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Nice facility. We had plenty of room for our Class A and the slides. The park is conveniently located just off Rt 89 and a few minutes drive to the downtown area. Sites were fairly level and had good water, power and cable service. WiFi worked well, also. The front desk folks were super friendly, and have a great knowledge of where things are in the city. We used the showers and laundromat and were pleased with both.

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If you are looking for a cookie-cutter RV "resort" this isn't the place. But if you are seeking something a bit out of the ordinary, with a huge dose of personality and charm, it is hard to imagine you could do better. It is a family run campground, where the husband offers a tour of his car collection (including a Studebaker Hawk) and the wife runs a charming Mexican restaurant on the site. The food it great and the hospitality first rate. The park is well cared for, tho heavy on the rustic side and the one full-timer we met was very friendly. We'll be back next time we are in the area. The sites are adequate, but may be tight for a big rig, tho the streets are wide enough to get into them. There is no cable or wifi, but our ATT link worked just fine. Restrooms were clean, but also reflect the age of the park.

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As others have noted, this is an older mobile home park that is being converted to handle RVs. That means the sites are large and level and easy to get into. Many of the homes were very nice, but others were poorly kept mobile homes and older campers. For a few days, it was just fine. I don't think I'd spend a long time there. On the plus side, the management was very friendly and helpful and you had the impression he would do anything to make your stay better. On the minus side, the park has a ways to go to attract RV owners who will want to spend more than a couple of days there. It will be interesting to see what the place is like a couple years from now.

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Gravel park with concrete pads. The sites are level and easy to get in to and out of. Plenty big enough for our 32 foot class A with the toad parked next to it. You can step over the fence and be on a paved bike/walking path that runs next to the Boise River. Friendly staff including a guide who take you to the site and offers to help with hook ups. Just off a main street, with easy access to shops etc.

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This is an older park with a very homey atmosphere. The sites are gravel but are fairly level and the park is well maintained. Most of the sites have shade trees. The folks at the front desk were pleasant and helpful. They were switching to a new WiFi system while we were there and they were having some problems.

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Very nice park with paved, level sites and convenient access to all hookups. Friendly staff at the desk, very helpful with maps and info.

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This was our third winter at the park. We stayed for five months. We look forward to spending time with the friends we've made and enjoy the activities, my wife is in chorus and I'm involved in wood carving. It is a huge park with well-maintained grounds and a friendly staff. It was sold in 2015 and is becoming an Encore park. There is a good bit of confusion over new rules, fees etc. and the office staff was a bit overwhelmed by the change. We assume is will level out by the time we get back there next November. Our only complaint is that the city won't allow propane delivery to motorhomes in the park, so once every winter we have to disconnect, pack up the cupboards etc. and drive around the block to get the tank filled. It is the only city we have ever stayed in that has that requirement.

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The sites are long, but close together. There are a number of RVs that have been here for a long time. Some are kept up very well, others are looking a bit tatty. The management is very nice, with home-baked cookies at the registration desk. We've stayed here a number of times, but with the discount price at over $40, we are beginning to think about looking somewhere else.

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In six years of being on the road every winter, this of the nicest parks we've ever stayed in. Concrete pads, plenty of room, very clean facilities, a general store and very friendly staff. The place is simply first rate. We stayed only on night during our annual migration north, but we'll be back the next time we are in the area.

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It's a small, older park with everything you need for an overnight or a few days stay. The spots are a bit tight and a tad short for really big rigs, but the staff is friendly and helpful. There are gas pumps and a propane fill station at the front entrance, which can make it a bit congested upon arrival.

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Nice, clean park. Super friendly staff. It's off the main highway so the only noise is from the family farm next door and the geese migrating above. The sites were generous and easy to pull in and out of. The wifi is among the best we've ever had at an RV park. We were just passing through town, but for a small town way away from most everything, the quality of the park was an unexpected pleasure.

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Clean, basic park close to Mesa Grande. The sites are a good size and level, all on gravel. Ours was an easy drive through. It is close to local fast food restaurants and right next to a gas station, for a quick fill-up before you hit the road. The wifi and cable TV both worked well.

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Clean park, friendly staff and large sites. Easy in and out.

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Nice, basic park. Easy in and out. The sites are very long and the rigs are parked on the opposite ends so there is lots of room and plenty of privacy. It's an easy walk to a couple good restaurants, so we never even had to unhook the toad. It's not fancy, but it is clean and neat and very close to the Petrified Forest National Park and the Painted Desert.

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This is a very small RV park in the rear parking lot of the Legacy Inn. Not very fancy but it was clean, convenient and on the way to where we were going. The entrance is via a driveway next to the motel and it looks much tighter than it really is. The sites were fairly level and drive through.