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Stayed one night. Checked power and had an open ground so moved to next site that tested okay. Sites 69-72 are not real level. Had to work to get motorhome level. The entire campground is Florida sand. We used Escapee discount. That made the cost vs. value to be realistic. WiFi was very spotty.

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Nice gravel layout sites on Lake Talquin with very good wifi, boat ramp. Very quiet location with great star viewing. Host was very helpful. Would have kayaked except for low temps.

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Owner is very friendly and helpful. Sites are the real Florida - sand, dirt, leaves. Good spacing between sites. Very quiet, woodsy feeling.

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Very nicely laid out park with cement pads and patio with asphalt drives. Good spacing between sites. Lots activities and nice pool. Oct.-Apr. high season rate is $48 - too high for area. Rest of year is $38. Passport America is available for 1 night.

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Excellent location to take advantage of Bearizona Wildlife Park and the train to the Grand Canyon. Rate was Passport America. RVers have use of the pool & hot tub at the hotel located across the street. The pull-thrus are long. Restrooms and showers are very up scale with floor to ceiling tile. Large clean laundry room. WiFi was weak. They are into recycling. Close to restaurants and a grocery store. Some train noise, what would expect at a park with Railroad in it's name. We would stay again.

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Nicely laid out park. Very long pull thrus with lots of golden leafed trees. Nice decorations for Halloween. Great location to visit Hagerman fossil beds and 1,000 Spring State Park. Very quiet as there is no major highway or train line.

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Wonderful RV park near Scottsbluff National Park. Very large pull thru sites available with lots of space between sites. Well maintained with friendly staff. Was there on weekend when Good Sam Club was doing their annual event of Christmas decorating of rigs. We were invited to the coffee & cookie time after rigs were viewed. Stayed a week as they charged 5 nights for 7 nights stay.

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PA rate. Very clean sites (pull through), clean bathrooms and showers. Very helpful and friendly office staff. Close to I-84 and I-82. Great eastbound stop prior to pulling the steep grade from Pendleton to La Grande, OR.

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PA rate. Large gravel pull-thru's. Actual name is Beaver Canyon Campground. Helpful staff. Mexican restaurant on site is outstanding and very reasonable. Very friendly long termers. Quiet location just out of town.

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The new overflow lot allows you to queue up for the next available site. If necessary you can dry camp for $15 and be in the queue for the next morning. Great improvement from the old process where you had to line up at the gate and when the available sites were gone you had to go find another RV park and return the next morning and try again. Kudos to the staff/volunteers for a great job implementing this option. We stayed a week and witnessed the dedication of the hosts to move rigs into available sites as they opened.

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Great friendly owners who were very helpful. Park is just outside of downtown. Pull thru sites are long enough for even the big rigs. Wi-Fi was excellent. Roswell can be a very windy and dusty city so it is a good idea to pull in by early afternoon on windy days.

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Excellent BLM site. Pull thru sites are very large and the restrooms are clean with showers. We will stay here again. No road noise and the night sky will blow you away! Great paved nature trail.