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The location for this campground is wrong. It is located in Clinton just South of I40. The WI-FI worked OK. It's coverage is aimed behind the building. Many sites are shaded. Laundry room is clean. Machines were inexpensive and worked well. Showers were simple but clean. Saturday and Sunday you have to self check-in.

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Thought we would stop by and update the 2010 review on this park. If anything it's worse than it was. The only thing new was the "Tinsey's Old Route 66 RV Park" sign. NO one on site to check-in. NO rate chart. NO registration forms/envelopes. NO effort toward overnighters. NO response on the "if no one is here call.." number. COULD NOT leave even a message. NO call back on a missed call on his phone. He offers nothing to the nostalgic Route 66 traveler. He has a nearly full house of long term residents and apparently that's enough for him. It is not even worth the effort to pull off the Interstate unless you are desperate.

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A simple overnighter stop. Far enough off I-40. Watch closely for the blue/white signs for the Colony Inn and the campground. Be prepared to turn right just past the Exxon. It will look like you are pulling into a Food Giant grocery store parking lot. Which you are. But keep looking to your right for the last blue/white sign which directs you to the campground. The owner is very concerned that you are taken care of. Nothing fancy but does the job.

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First and foremost, this is a work camp. Mostly long term residents. The owner does keep a few spots for overnighters. Best to call and check. Don't assume. Owner lives on site. He was very conscientious opening the office for us when we came in a little late. He made sure we were situated and comfortable. There are two virtually new washers and dryers. Clean, quick and effective for a good price.

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A very friendly family making a go of owning and operating the campground. They bought it 4 years ago. They've put their heart and soul into making it a better, fun family campground. At the same time they have left space for overnighters like us. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

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Yes, they honor PA, but only on a limited basis. No weekends or holidays. First night full price, second night half price. They also have a 10% military discount. No Good Sam. Park is very tight and minimally maintained. Office has limited hours. You may have to call when you arrive. You will be met and parked. Located on St Rt 133 by the airport just north of the Coastal Waterway bridge. Little or no noise from the airport. One significant feature is they have Blazing Fast free WIFI.

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The fairgrounds have expanded to accommodate large rally groups. Our group parked over 700 coaches. 535 had 3 point hookups. Another 165 had 2 point hookups. Dry camping sites went on for ever. If you are planning a stop there be sure to call to ensure no large event is going on. The fairgrounds/campground are actually located south of Lewisburg. Access from the Interstate is through the town of Lewisburg. Traffic can be a bear at times.

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This park is way overpriced for what you get. Upon arrival the first view is of a tired old mobile home/office. Past that is a jumble of construction materials and half d0ne projects. The interior roads are potholed gravel. The individual sites are gravel with heavy grass intrusion. Sites are about 75' from an off ramp for I-65. If the noise from trucks and their jake brakes doesn't get you the vibration of the trucks driving on a road in poor condition will. Didn't use the bath/showers because they are a 1/4 mile away near the entrance to this very linear park. On top of their overnight rate they charge for every thing else. Anywhere from $8-20 per person/per day to use the beach/lake. Their "lake view" sites are the ones backed up against the Interstate. Your view is what you can see between the "lake side" sites. Water hookups are between every other site, not at each site. The WiFi works ok for e-mail. The online feature for reservation didn't work. The site says they will call you. They did not. The overall impression is that the park is tired.

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This park is unusual in that the rates are set by what you want for your stay. For a quick overnight they offer electric only for $26 with a GS discount. This year the park was not as busy as we have seen in the past. We didn't need to make a reservation for a holiday weekend. Be aware that the office is closed between 11am and 2pm. You can use self check in then or after hours. Good WiFi.

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I realize the options in Tucumcari are slim but this place is near the bottom of the barrel. It's redeeming feature is it is cheap. IF you have Passport America. There is no way this place is worth it's full price. When you first pull in you are faced with a dilapidated early '50s motor inn. In near complete disrepair with a hole punched in the building directly in front of you. The office is run down and loaded with hand made signs to direct you to the office. Once they unlock the door to let you in you are hit with the smell of curry. The woman is very helpful and courteous. Once checked in she will walk you to your site. They aren't numbered. Our site's cable TV was provided by a coax cable buried in the ground with barely enough length to reach our coach. The sites are all gravel with a few small trees. No dumpster for trash. There was a handmade sign above a plastic trash can instead.

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An older park with a large number of grassed over gravel sites. Utilities located at the back of the space. Access to the park from the East requires a bit of in-city driving. Conveniently located to a number of Wichita Falls cultural features.

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Located on the left 6 miles south of Bonham on Texas Hwy 121. Take Exit 671 off of US Hwy 82. The best thing about this park is the owner. Call her to make sure there is room. All electrical are 50 amp only. If you don't have an adapter the owner will provide one. Grass-gravel site with some shade. Nothing fancy, but functional.

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A simple mom & pop operation, good for overnight stops and a visit in the area. Located far enough off the Interstate on Hwy 174, amid the trees to be quiet. Located on a hillside, level sites with a great view of the Southern Forest. Nice folks run the place. Usable open WiFi. We'd stay here again. Lot spacing was nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was gravel with grass and features a picnic table.

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Easy access from I-10, but far enough off to avoid much of the associated noise. Clean laundry room with quick dryers. Nice folks running the place. Paved streets with level, gravel sites. A mix of pull through and back in sites. We'd stay here again.

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A good place for an overnight stop. Close quarters but ok for us with no slides. Pull throw spaces. Wifi worked somewhat. Nice, friendly lady running the front desk. Gravel roads with concrete stripes at the site.