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This is probably the best RV park in the area. They have several pricing structures depending on the area that you are in. We stayed in the cheap seats. The sites are level and gravel. The sites on the water side of the park appear to be a little wider. The only negative of the RV park is the sewer hook ups. They are down in a hole and your sewer connection is hard to connect.

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This was a pleasant surprise. The site we had was a very short walk to the beach. The park was clean and well maintained. Highly recommend the larger pull through sites.

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Not a bad park, given that there is not a lot to choose from in this area. The person at the desk was friendly and helpful. The site we had was at the rear of the park and was nice and large and flat. We do have a couple of issues with the park. The first is the long term residents here have dogs and they bark. No one is there to keep them quiet. The second is the cable hookup. You need a cable box from the office. And lastly is the entrance/exit to the park. It is a narrow one lane road. If you happen to meet some one going the other direction someone has to yield or back up.

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Clean quiet park with very wide sites. No problem with our 4 slides. Close to town.

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Nothing fancy about this park but the staff is the best. Free cookies when checking in and the manager is super friendly. The grounds are clean and well maintained. We have stayed there before and will stay again. The rate is a Passport America rate.

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Nice park right off the freeway. There would have been freeway noise but for the fact that Snoqualmie Pass was closed and there were no trucks going anywhere. The spots were level and paved. The Wi-Fi was marginal at best.

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Great state park. Large level sites with lots of space between rigs. Every night a herd of 12 deer came down and grazed on the grass. We had a site with a view of the lake. Will come back.

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Rate reflects membership in KM resorts. Nice park not heavily used. We had a spot overlooking the river. Staff very friendly.

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Nice park and very friendly staff. The grounds are parklike. Lots of trees so satellite TV coverage is spotty. Have stayed here several times and will do it again if in the area.

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A basic park close to the West entrance to Glacier NP. The sites are close and can be a little tricky to get into. We have 4 slides and had to be sure to avoid the trees. We were assigned to a site that we did not really fit in and asked to be assigned to another site. Even though there were several empty sites that were much bigger the staff was not real receptive to make the change. We got the impression that since we were there using a Passport America discount we should take it or leave it. Not sure we would stay there again not because of the park, but the way we were treated.

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This park has mostly pull throughs, but they are real narrow. There are some trees but the offer little shade. With the narrow roads and small sites we had to back out of the pull through. Probably would not stay here again.

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One of the best State Parks we have ever seen. We stayed in a pull through site on the upper loop. It had a million dollar unobstructed view of the valley. The park is in the shadow of Cheyenne Mountain. (The Norad Site). The only drawback for the Park is that the State charges you an extra $7 per day park usage fee in addition to the camping fee. Your tow vehicle is free, but make sure that is it towed in, or else they will charge you the $7 for it also.

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I agree with the previous poster as to the park getting to be a little run down due to mismanagement. This park could be one of the premier parks of Santa Fe if they would just do a little cleaning up and maintenance. The sites are large and level but the managers are letting them revert back to the desert. The weeds are getting overgrown and you can not walk beside your rig without getting into the stickers. We also had an ant infestation inside the rig. While we were here, there were plenty of empty sites but the people in the office parked everyone in the same row side by side of each other instead of spreading the rigs out and leaving space in between rigs. For the money we expected a lot more. The pictures on their web site must have been taken several years ago when the owners cared about their place. They do not reflect the run down state of the park today. If we ever go back to Santa Fe again we will probably find another place to stay.

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The one word that can be used to describe this park is "tired". But then again the whole town of Holbrook is tired. That being said this park is great for an overnight stay. The sites are large and level. You share a power pole with the next rig but the sites are very long so you do not have to look into the neighbor's windows. Would stay here again for a night or two.

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For being right in the middle of town this park is a gem. It is quiet and clean. It has one of the cleanest laundry and shower facilities that I have ever seen. We had a back in site that was big enough for our 35 foot motor home with 4 slides. The owners 45 footer was parked in the space beside ours. The owner and the park staff were the very friendly and helpful. They treated you like they have known you for years. While we were there the park even hosted a fried chicken pot luck for the park guests. Would not hesitate to stay there again. The rate reflects a weekly rate