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The St. George Elks lodge has a 12 electric/water sites located behind the lodge. Sites are on blacktop and have plenty of room between rigs. Big rigs are okay. Camping is limited to Elks members. There is an onsite dump station and water station. Only 30/50 amp electric at each site. Friendly lodge. No reservations. On-site campground host. Great location for touring the area. Will stay here again in our motorhome.

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This used to be a year round Passport America campground and was a great bargain for a night or two while passing through Yuma. They are under new management and the nightly rates have gone up to over $40.00 - $50.00 per night in season. They do offer a good monthly rate which we used. They have added lots of amenities - pool, pickle ball and shuffleboard. Nice location right off a canal walking trail. Sites are gravel with cement patios. No wifi (yes, the website says there is wifi but it did not work for the 25 days we stayed in the park). No picnic tables. The park is smaller than some of the other parks in Yuma which makes it easy to maneuver. We will stay here again in our motorhome only if the weekly rates are reduced to be comparable to other smaller parks in the area.

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Huge facility with many sites and amenities. Easy access right off the highway but no highway noise. Big rig friendly. Not much shade. No longer a Passport America campground however many other discounts are available (Grood Sam, etc). This campground is a good 20 miles from any major shopping or activities. While it is a great place to say for a night or two, the smell from the nearby chicken farms can be overpowering at times. I don't think we would stay in our Motorhome longer than a day for this reason. Otherwise, the park is nice.

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Nicest RV park in town. Wide streets and easy to maneuver sites. After dry camping on BLM land for awhile this campground was a nice change. Clean facilities and friendly staff. Can get busy during January because of the RV show. Big rig friendly in all areas. Limited shady sites. Most sites are without shade. We will stay here again in our motorhome.

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Spectacular county park with wonderful scenery and sites. Located just east of Mesa and north of Apache Junction Usery Park would be rated a solid "10" if it had sewers at the sites. Most sites are quite large and big rig friendly. Getting into the park during the peak Winter season can be difficult without a reservation. All sites are open without shade but this isn't much of an issue in the winter. Reservations can be booked 6 months out. We will stay here again in our motorhome.

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Great stopover park for a night or two. Close to highway without the noise. Friendly owners who obviously care about improving the campground. Passport America rate. Easy access for a big rig. No wifi. Clean facilities. We will stay here again in our motorhome.

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This is a typical Arizona park model/RV park. About 70% of the park is dedicated to permanent park models and 30% to RV sites. The roads are narrow and the RV sites are not at an angle, making backing in with a big rig extremely difficult. The RV sites are on pea gravel with cement patio pads. There are a few low trees on each site but shade is not available. Nice amenities and facilities throughout the park. Sites are just too tight and sparse for our liking. We will not stay here again.

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Beautiful park located just north of Tucson. Large big rig friendly sites with picnic tables and fire pits. Lots of walking trails and scenic areas. Not much shade. Clean facilities. A new shopping center opened a few miles from the park making grocery shopping convenient. Can be tough to get a site during the busy winter season but reservations are taken six months out. We will stay here again in our motorhome.

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This is small RV park behind a motel. Easy on and off the highway. Fine for an overnight stay but as others have mentioned the bathrooms and laundry should be avoided. Pull through sites with 50 amp power. No problems with the power. Only a few sites are big rig friendly. When making a reservation make sure you ask for a large site. We probably will not stay here again in our motorhome because it just didn't feel safe.

     

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St. Louis RV Park

St. Louis, Missouri

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As others have mentioned, it's all about the location. You are in the heart of St. Louis in this park, yet easy access to the highways. This park is a gravel parking lot with hookups. It is not a destination park but it's a great place to stay while rising the city. Clean facilities and safe environment. The surrounding area is a bit sketchy but the park itself is fine. The park fills up during baseball season weekends. Otherwise, it's easy to get a spot. We will stay here again in our motorhome because of the location.

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Great stopover park. Easy on and off the highway. No highway noise. Spacious sites. Lots of nice trees. Owners are doing a great job of upgrading the campground. Weak wifi. Rate reflects Passport America 50 amp. Big Rig friendly. We will stay here again in our motorhome when passing through the area.

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Great location right on the river. Excellent walking paths along the water to Branson Landing. Older campground with both shaded and non shaded sites. Big rig sites are close together. Week wifi at the big rig sites. Clean facilities. We will stay here again.

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This is a newer campground with nice new sites and amenities. The campground surrounds a beautiful fishing lake. The sites are fairly close together and offer no shade or privacy. No picnic tables. Poor wifi. Big rig friendly. Price reflects weekly rate. Given the tightness of the sites the daily rates seem pretty high ($50.00). Location is great for touring Galveston and the Space Center. We will stay here again in our motorhome if we plan on being away from the park most of the time.

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Large campground adjacent to a weekend flea market. Follow the directions of the other reviewer and you will have no trouble getting into the campground. Easy access to highways. Sites are fine for a few days. Due to rains park was wet and partially flooded in many spots. The pull through sites at the front of the campground and closest to the flea market auto entrance are best for easy in and out with tow cars. No wifi. No picnic tables. We would stay here again in our motorhome due to location and easy highway access.

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Nice RV park just a few miles from Aransas Pass. Clean facilities. Lots of seasonal rigs. Big Rig friendly. Sites were a bit tight and close to neighbors but this seems to be the way things are in many Aransas Pass RV parks. Price reflects weekly rate. Wifi poor. Picnic tables at sites. Clean facilities. Windy all the time. Nice walking areas near the water and adjacent county park. We will stay here again in our motorhome.