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Enjoyed our week-long stay here. It's a large park. The sites vary from shaded (A-C loops) to out in the open. Our pull-through site had a steep front, but level back. Owners very helpful in addressing issues. Very convenient to the Anacortes ferry. Would stay again.

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Very nice park. Level pull-throughs. Very convenient to town, which has lots of restaurants and stores and to Dinosaur Nat'l Park. For those with dogs, there's a vet only a couple blocks away.

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Very nice and quiet campground. Stayed one night in Feb and another in March. Spotless restrooms. Helpful staff regarding Santa Fe restaurants. Can be windy because it's perched on a hilltop.

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Showers are outside the RV Park proper in Colter Bay Village, but since we had full hookups, they weren't needed. You can walk to the showers, grocery, and to the beach on Colter Bay itself. The grocery in the Village is pretty complete, but the prices are high. The RV Park doesn't have fire rings, so no outside fires, but the no-hookup national park service campground next door does have them.

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This is the only RV Park within Yellowstone with full hookups. It's much better than I expected, given what other reviews have said. The sites are larger than some I've seen at commercial parks. However, although most are intended for 30 foot max rigs, I saw plenty longer than that. Didn't use the shower house, which is a long walk from the loops, but did use the laundry which was good. The staff was very helpful in getting our three units together in adjacent sites. I would stay there again.

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Nice campground with full hookups. Very convenient to the town of Custer and the western entrance to Custer State Park. No pool.

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Some of the sites have electricity. Most don't. Very nice place to camp. There's a bike course for the kids and playground equipment. The lake is beautiful to look at from the heights.

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The park is small and minimal: electric hookup only. The showers/bathrooms are new and very nice. The attached restaurant serves up some excellent broasted chicken, and they have an outside pavilion where you can enjoy it. You also can see Devil's Tower very readily from the campground.

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Back-in spots are the best with wide space to next unit. Pull-throughs have about 30 ft of grass to next unit, with only the utility island separating on the non-door side. Still, it is a great campground with concrete pads and asphalt roads. Free shuttle to casino or sports/swim building, which is $5 extra. Kids play area. Plenty of grass for dog walking. Friendly staff at check-in.

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Much nicer than a commercial site, other than no sewer hookups. Two dump stations however. Narrow 10% grade to get down to campgrounds. Hiking, biking, horseback riding (your own or guided rides). "Texas" show after June 1. Wild turkeys and deer visit your site. Clean restrooms/showers. Don't miss the gift shop in the Visitor center, or the soft-serve ice cream in the Trading post.

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South of Big Spring. Smaller sites. Restrooms/showers adequate but older. Indoor pool, but closed for repair.

     

Midway Park COE

Waco, Texas

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Core of Engineers campground, so Golden Eagle pass cuts price in half. Very nice campground with large treed sites. No WiFi. Lake access. GPS was wrong. Access is right off Hwy 6 on east side of Lake Waco.

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Small RV park in isolated area of East Texas. Restrooms/showers adequate. No staff after 9pm.

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Helpful staff with escort to site. Older park, not kept up, mostly long term residents. Restrooms/showers average quality. Next door to Shed BBQ with music/concerts.

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Large treed sites on gravel, convenient to both Crystal River and Homosassa Springs. Screened pool and hot tub. Would have stayed longer than 2 nights. Don't miss the Homosassa Springs State Park (no camping) which is a wildlife preserve/zoo/rehabilitation center!