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This is an older park with dirt roads and sites. Most of the campground is too tight for Big Rigs (tight turns and low hanging tree limbs) but there are 8 sites behind the office which can accommodate rigs over 40 feet. No WiFi, cable or sewer. There is a dump station which is easy to access. Since this is a county fairground there are lots of horse shows and events on weekends. Very dusty in the summer. The campground used to take reservations but it is now on a first-come, first-serve system. This will not be a problem if you arrive mid week but weekends seem pretty full. Good location for touring the Boulder area. We will stay here again.

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Colorado has some of the nicest state parks in the country and Cherry Creek is no exception. Beautiful campground with spacious sites. Some shade and some open. Easy access for Big Rigs. Beginning in June the campground is busy all summer. We were lucky to snag four nights mid week at the last minute. Unless you book months in advance it is nearly impossible to get a site here or in some of the other state parks on weekends. Midweek is easier. Excellent facilities and great walking and bike trails. WiFi not strong but Verizon signals were good. Only about 10 miles from downtown Denver. Will stay here again.

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Great clean park with paved roads and gravel sites. Excellent value. Good for a night or a week. Close to freeway but not at all noisy. Not a resort but fine for a home base while touring the Albuquerque area. If you are looking for a resort type of RV park there is one about 1/2 mile down the road with prices in the $45-$60 per night range. High Desert RV park is run by a family who take a lot of pride in their property. Good for Big Rigs. Will stay here again.

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Camping options for big rigs in Durango are limited; making Alpen Rose one of the better choices. We've stayed here many times over the years and the prices go up while the amenities remain the same. This year we stayed in the numbered sites up front as the larger lettered sites were booked. The numbered sites were flooded and too tight for much of the one week stay. The flooding was mitigated by major construction work while we were there. As for the tightness of the sites, that is just the way it is. Since we love Durango we will continue to tolerate Alpen Rose. On the plus side, the views from the park are beautiful.

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Typical overpriced, tight KOA. More big rig sites than most KOA's. Not many options in Alamosa. Strong WiFi and good Verizon coverage. Dirt roads and gravel pull through sites. Many of the pull through sites are not on an angle making them difficult to pull into. The larger, more expensive sites are on an angle. Good stopover park but not a destination place. Will camp here again if we don't have other options.

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The Colorado Springs Elks lodge has a 12 electric/water sites located behind the lodge. Six of the sites seem to be occupied by longer term campers. Sites are extremely close together. Big rigs are okay. Camping is limited to Elks members. There is an onsite dump station. The campground fills up in the summer but dry camping is allowed for $5.00 per night. No reservations. On-site campground host. Great location for touring the area. Will stay here again in our motorhome.

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We always stay at Santa Fe Skies as this is the nicest RV park in the Santa Fe area. The roads are a mixture of paved and dirt and the sites dirt and gravel but they are well maintained. Easy access for big rigs in most of the sites. Beautiful views of the mountains. Strong wifi and excellent Verizon signals. There are great art sculptures throughout the park. This place has a lot of charm and character. We will stay here again.

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Camped in a 45 ft in early May - hence the discounted PA rate. Wonderful RV park within walking distance to historic Williams. Level concrete pads and roads with easy maneuvering for big rigs. Mostly pull through sites. Everything is clean and well maintained. Only a 50 minute drive to the Grand Canyon. Will stay here again.

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We stayed here one night midweek on the PA rate and it was good. We are a 45 foot towing and they gave us one of the few transient pull though sites with easy access. Other sites looked pretty tight. Clean restrooms and sites. Lots and lots of full time trailers - some in good shape and some not so much. We travel a lot from Arizona to northern California and decent stop over parks are few and far between. We will stay here again.

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Great stopover park for big rigs - especially with the PA discount. Level gravel pull-thoughs with easy access. Larger rigs will have to unhook toads. Only 1/4 mile from I5 but little road noise. Weak WiFi but strong Verizon coverage. Interesting landscaping between sites. It looks as if they are trying for the wild English garden effect but the result is a bit messy. No big deal if you are only staying for a day or two. Will stay here again.

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This Elks lodge campground is available only to Elk members. There are 12 sites located behind the lodge. Four sites have 50 amp and the others have 30 amp. Full hookups. Nicely landscaped sites but close together and fairly unloved. Only a few sites can accommodate rigs over 40 feet. First-come, first-serve with no reservations. Full on most weekends but midweek it is easier to get a site. There is a 14 day limit which is strictly enforced. Great place to stay while touring Napa.

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Paved roads and gravel sites with 10 trees scattered throughout the park. There are many snow birds who stay the season but we were able to get a site for two weeks in early March. Sites are at an angle making it easy to back in. Good space between sites. There is a clubhouse but no other amenities which seems typical in many Yuma parks. The staff is not well trained and checking in took about 25 minutes. Maybe this was a fluke. Everything is clean and well maintained. No cable but wifi was good. Will stay here again.

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Fabulous county park with scenic and roomy RV sites. The newer Cottonwood loop is ideal for large RV's. Back in sites on the perimeter are huge but don't have grass. Interior sites are also large and surrounded by grass. Usually booked on weekends but no problem getting in during the week even without reservations. Well run, clean county park with lots to do. Will stay here again.

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This is an easy stopover park off I-5. We have been coming here for years when traveling from Southern California to Northern California. The park continues to deteriorate but is fine for one night with a big rig motor home and tow car. No need to unhook the car. Easy access for large fifth wheels as well. Prices keep going up but that is to be expected since there are so few parks along the I-5 corridor. Lot's of overnight travelers. Nice hosts. Will stay here again.

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Camping is restricted to current Elks members. Water and Electric Sites. On-site dump station. Only a few of the 30 sites can accommodate big rigs. There is an overflow area for dry camping. Extremely busy Jan-March. Reservations are allowed. Call lodge to get the current camp host's number. No reservations needed off season.