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You can look out past the end of this park and see the lake: very pretty. However, arriving after hours (by 15 minutes), we were greeted rudely. No internet access for late-comers. They charge for internet. Cable TV didn't work at our site. Showers were dirty with hair, and had SLIMY walls and curtain. Gross!!! Dog "walk" area was more like a dog "pace" area. Not enough room for my labs to even do their affairs in. Both of them deposited on the way back to the RV instead. At 7:00 am we were awakened by staff raking the gravel between every site with a steel rake!! I mentioned it to the manager when I was paying prior to checkout that morning, and she just shrugged her shoulders and said something about some people not having a good sense of timing.

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This is a nice park: directly across the street from the OK Corral. Very convenient for sightseeing. But it is very TIGHT. They use every inch of space in this park, believe me. However, the staff is very friendly and helpful. Use your receipt to get a discount on many activities and food in town. It took 2 days to see everything and we had a TERRIFIC time!

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We chose this campground because their website boasts: Stargazing Plateau, Drum Circle, 500-year-old Grandmother Oak, Hills & native chaparral, a clubhouse, convenience store. They welcomed our kids and our dog - it sounded terrific! HOWEVER, The Stargazing Plateau turned out to be a little hilltop where they scoop their sand for leveling sites and other work. We have no idea what or where the Drum Circle was, as it seemed to be inactive and hidden. If there was a Grandmother Oak, she was on vacation or not seeing visitors. The clubhouse is LOCKED and must be rented if you want to use it. The store is a joke - there is only stuff in there nobody wants, and has been there for years. No chocolate candy, but outdated little weird candies for little children who aren't even welcome. That's another thing - kids under 12 aren't allowed out of the RV without their parents - EVER. The only playground "equipment" they have are some weird wooden things they build which are overgrown with weeds and standing on hard ground. No games, no activities for kids or adults. So, unless you want to sit in your RV in the quiet, or hike through unmarked trails which you are cautioned are riddled with rattle snakes - STAY HOME! there are no signs or other help for finding the park.