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Stayed 3 weeks in the short-term area. Sites are level and the utilities worked well. The clubhouse is now reopened and is very nicely renovated. WiFi has been made more powerful so the signal was strong at the site but throughput was still bad sometimes. Previous reviews summed up other points nicely.

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Very well maintained park. Friendly, helpful owners. Easy in/out. Long level site in E section for big rig. Grass between sites. Electric and sewer were good. Water pressure low. Wifi decent for simple browsing. Would stay here again.

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Easy in/out, large and level sites, electric and sewer good, water pressure is variable often very low. Wifi variable often very slow. We chose this park because all of the others we've seen in Deming are very small and have only back in sites. We wanted quick in/out pull through for an overnight with our big rig and this fits the bill although about 5 miles south of town. We stayed here 2 years ago and nothing has changed. We gave a $15 donation which is a good price for FHU.

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Rate is Resorts of Distinction. Level sites. Dusty dirt roads. Very few 50 amp sites and they are taken as soon as available so plan on getting 30 amp. Verizon signal and throughput is better than it used to be. Host was friendly and helpful when we checked in after office closed. Bathrooms and laundry were clean and worked fine. Park is nothing special but we had no problems.

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Good in and out with big rig. Utilities worked well. Our site was level but some others looked iffy. Wi-Fi was poor in our site but if I walked to the office it was better there. Verizon signal was extended service and came and went. What I expected from this remote location in a canyon. Nice people in office. Goulding's Deluxe valley tour picked up at the office. Our guide and was excellent!

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Easy in and out. Long sites. Full hookups worked well. Stone roads and sites so no dust. Nice, helpful owner. Walking distance to ruins. Close to food. Wifi was fast when it worked. 4G Verizon. Very good experience.

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Very basic but FHU utilities worked well. WiFi was fast. Only one or two 50 amp sites. Sites are very short. We have a big rig and we hung out on both ends of a pull through with the truck hooked up but was OK for 2 nights in off season. We used a 50 amp site close to the store. Any other site and I'm not sure we could have maneuvered it. Bottom line, this place is fine (if you fit) for a night or two to visit the Dunes. Did not check out the shower or bathroom.

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Best KOA we've ever been in because the sites are decent size and the navigation is good, unusual for a KOA. The bathrooms are more modern than normal KOA too. The staff was friendly, the utilities good, site pretty level. Wi-Fi was even pretty good. Verizon signal good. Definitely would stay here again.

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Reserved a large pull-through with 50 amp. They tried to put me in a site that was too small and 30 amp. When I got a big site with 50 amp the power was bad so my surge protector detected a fault. After an hour of messing around it clicked on after the maintenance guy finally went and "checked on it". The water leaked underground and made a pond in just a few minutes. Avoid site 49!!! We did not use any amenities so no comment on them. We loved Devils Tower and the view but beware of the campground.

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This park is nothing special but it works. Utilities worked fine. WiFi worked fine. Mostly pull thru sites but most are very short and just wide enough. Conveniently located on the edge of Cody. We would probably stay here again because there isn't anything cheaper.

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The rate is Passport America. The good: utilities worked fine, site was level. The Bad: dumpy, muddy, barking dogs, andas the feel of an RV storage lot as it is so packed in. It served us fine for a one night stay traveling through but I wouldn't enjoy staying any longer. Note: the neighboring museum is inexpensive and informative.

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We stayed a month so the rate is monthly rate including what we paid for electricity. We really liked our stay including the no dogs rule. Cheap laundry. Facilities are clean and worked well. Everyone is friendly. Great walking/biking path near by. The only reason I give a 9 rather than 10 is because the water and sewer hookups under the RV home is a pain on the monthly sites.

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Price is ROD. There certainly is nothing special about this park but it works. Almost impossible to get one of the few 50 amp sites (at least if you are ROD). Sites are level and long enough. We don't require frills so the park works for us. My only beef is the extremely dusty roads in the park. Every vehicle that drives by sends a cloud of dirt in the air. Laundry is cheap. Verizon 3G throughput was OK most of the time.

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We have stayed here many times over the last four years. It is consistent. Clean, spacious roads, utilities work well, even WiFi! Hint, the longer you stay the cheaper. Book further in advance to lock in a site for a long time (won't get moved around). Have stayed here many months and never felt security was an issue. Will stay again next year.

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Paved road, level gravel site with concrete pad for chairs. Utilities worked fine. All people encountered were nice. Half of the RV sites (and there really aren't that many for RVs) are sandwiched between permanent manufactured homes and it was precarious backing in without hitting a carport or tree with only inches to spare. Try to get one with less obstacles. Park is nothing special but it is clean at a good price. Verizon signal was strong.