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Easy to find, quiet, great view and very friendly. However we couldn't reserve ahead due to full voice mail on owners, not managers, phone. We backed onto a gravel site without sewer hookup overlooking the local cemetery because the remaining pull-through sites were reserved for road crew employees. Stayed almost a week having local repair shop work on truck. Would have gotten 7th night free if had paid all at once. Oops. Would definitely stay again. Nice central location for many activities.

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I called from town and a lady met me and led me in. Good thing as it's at the end of a dead end road. Very quiet, lots of permanent RVs. Back in, gravel sites with cement slabs are very long and private with fences between. No toilets or showers. WIFI was good, phone bars were minimal. Would definitely stay here again.

     

D&E RV Park

Cotulla, Texas

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The owners are wonderful. They met me coming in and led the way. The sites are soft sand and mine was very unlevel. I was provided with an adapter for 30amp from 50amp. Looks like mostly more permanent oil workers living here. Kind of noisy from freeway traffic and train. I'd come back if I Really needed a place to stay in the area, but that's it.

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Stayed one night. Located in a row of RV parks along the main drag at the edge of town and was surprisingly quiet. Very helpful staff called to find me a mechanic in town.

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Stayed one night. Nice space between gravel sites. Felt like I was alone in the desert. Showers would have been nice for the price, but I'd go back to further explore Saguaro NP.

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Stayed two nights. Nice, level, gravel sites with a little shade. Very nice people. Helped me with a truck problem and let me stay beyond checkout while waiting for Affordable Towing. So nice I came back after the truck was repaired at A.G. Services in town. Office was closed so I took my old site and will pay in the morning. Certainly recommend.

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Nice, level, gravel lot with adequate space. Clean shower with low water pressure. Their KOA Kafe served an excellent catfish dinner for a reasonable price.

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Stayed one night. Pulled up to gate at 5pm when they were closing and the woman at the gate radioed the man at the gate to let me in. Primitive campground with water available. No hook ups. Wouldn't recommend any big rigs. Had the place to myself except for a couple employees down the road. Only allowed one night's stay. That works then take a cave tour and explore the Ranch.