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Noisy at night. The fair was opening in a couple days and big trucks and trailers came in and worked during the night. We stayed 2 nights and someone had a generator running all night and into the morning. There was a huge weed in the back of our site and the site was uneven and narrow. However, I would stay here again. It was reasonable and the 30 amp and water was good. Sewer hookup, but the neighbor's sewer was located near our doorstep. We had room for our 3 slides. WIFI was great and we did get enough channels on our antenna to satisfy us. The host was very nice and made a map for us with points of interest. This really isn't what I would call a campground, but it did seem to be a safe spot to park in a city setting. We would come back.

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I liked this park. We stayed here years ago and it has changed ownership and looked nice. We had 30 amp service, water, sewer and a pullthrough, so I was happy. Our site was nice and long and even though there were sites on either side of us, the owner alternated rv's so you weren't close to each other. The sites were wide and had a table, grill and firepit. The park had a nice looking park for kids that was freshly mowed. The laundry was a llittle expensive, $2 for washers and $1.75 for the dryer There are 4 washers and only 1 dryer. No sink in the laundry building and not the cleanest. There is a small store in the park and you can also get propane there. There is a gas station next door with minor groceries and this park is very close to Richardson Grove State Park. The owners were very friendly and advised us where to go for meat on our way out of town. We were in site 68, but 66 or 67 would have been better because they had shade.

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We stayed here primarily because it was inexpensive, but other than a safe, fairly quiet place to stay, there is nothing here. The owner is very nice, and there is a cute pond next to our site filled with friendly, quacking ducks. There was 30 amp and a pullthrough and sewer, but no tv stations on the antenna. Wifi was very poor, kept dropping us and it took a long time to get a satellite due to all the trees, but we did get it. The pond was pretty, but the frogs and ducks were loud in the night. We were parked on the highest site next to the pond, and it looked as though it hadn't been mowed or weedeated all year. Our site was also very wet and "poopy" from the ducks. I think the pond must leak because it was quite wet. It was not too bad getting in or out, but as someone else said, you have to look for the sign. Our GPS did take us right to the park.

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The park is very nice. 30 or 50 amp service, decent water pressure most times, free cable and WiFi, swimming pool (not heated) and lots to see and do. This is a huge complex, restaurants, stores (fruit and produce store is very expensive), gas station, and more. There is a train ride and a 2 story carousel too. The sites are all asphalt, but fairly level and nice landscaping in the park. We also appreciated that they honor Passport America Sunday-Thursday.

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This is a small, members only, place to park your RV while visiting the area. It does have 50 amp electric, sewer, good water and good wifi (free). I thought the price was a little high for an Elks park, but it was conveniently situation. A little noisy as it is next to the 101 in California, but not too bad...no trains that I heard. Fairly close to Morro Bay, and worth the trip. All backins, but wide enough.

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This is a gravel parking lot, but it did have 30 amp electric and good water pressure. It said there was wifi, but none showed up at our site. The people were very friendly in the lodge, but other than a place to park, it was noisy (lots of trains in the night) and abuts next to an apartment complex were people were throwing firecrackers in the lot and lots of trash just being thrown near their dumpsters. There were no sewer hookups, but a convenient dump station. A satisfactory place to park, but nothing fancy.

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Based on previous reviews we almost didn't come here...but I am so glad we did! I really like this park, and the people that work here are great, especially the girl in the office. We had 30 amp service which was fine, great water pressure and good tasting water, a back in that wasn't very long (our rv is 40' long) but it was very wide and comfortable. There is one section of the park that has a lot of older rv's, and it's true that there is stuff outside them, but the people are very nice, the children were well behaved and we didn't care that they weren't all nice and new. It was fairly quiet and the 3 pools were all clean and nice. There is a lot for kids to do, basketball court, playground and the nice pools. The laundry facility had decent equipment and was $1.25 for a regular load and 75 cents for 45 minutes of dryer time. This park required an inspection of our rv and proof of insurance for not only the tow vehicle but the rv itself, which I thought was a little strange, but not a problem. There is security at night and probably during the day, as we saw security guards often. The surroundings are nice..directly behind the RV resort is Glen Ivy Hot Springs which was beautiful! The area around is also beautiful, and don't miss Toms Farms just a short distance down the road. We only planned on staying 2 nights and liked it so well that we stayed another day. Don't be afraid to come here based on other reviews. We're retired car and rv dealers and we really enjoyed ourselves. The new owners are doing a good job keeping this place up. The interior roads are paved with speed bumps and the sites are mostly dirt, but fine and nearly level.

     

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Indian Wells RV Resort

Indio, California

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Excellent water pressure, good free wifi, cable TV and 3 nice pools and spas. We were in a pull through between 2 park models, but it was across the street from one of the pools and spas and the laundry. The landscaping was pretty and it was nice and quiet at night. As you pull in there are two older motor homes directly in your face, but other than that, I really liked this park. Their summer rates had just taken effect and it was only $22 a night and then she took the 10% Good Sam discount off that price The pools weren't as fancy as some RV resorts we've been in recently, but they were very clean and nice and there were plenty of chairs and chaises around to use, as well as tables with umbrellas. Close to La Quinta and easy to get to Palm Springs on 111. I enjoyed seeing all their date palms from the RV, and the beautiful mountains in the background.

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First off, I wouldn't consider this an RV park, it's more a park model resort that allows an occasional RV to join them. We parked between 2 park models in a back-in. There are no pull throughs in this resort. It was 116 in the sun, so all we did was unhook and go to the pool...twice in the pool, which was absolutely beautiful. There are two pools and a beautiful hot tub with waterfalls. The grounds around the pool were beautiful! Water pressure was great, 50 amp service and no cable, but we got 75 channels on the antenna. We arrived on a Sunday and the office wasn't open but security told us a site to go to and said we could check-in (and out) in the morning. The office opened promptly and was very quick to process us. The rates had gone down June 1st, so with Passport America we got a rate of $23 plus resort fee and taxes, totaling $30.78. There were no trees at our site and all it was was gravel and not the easiest spot to back in to because of a post.

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The only thing we did not like about this park is the closeness to your neighbors. The pull-through sites were lengthy, but the RV next to us pulled in late at night, and in the morning we looked out our window and their slideout was only inches from our slideout...windows were facing each other. On the other side though, that person pulled up and it was fine because he was well away from us. The water and 50 amp electric was good, sewer hookup was in a good location. There are about 1600 sites in this park, which are mostly park models and homes, but where we were directed was called "the gravel pit" with no trees or landscaping. There were hundreds of vacancies, yet they bunched us together as I said, which I thought was ridiculous. There is a lot to do and the people were very friendly. The 3 pools and 2 spas were great, with one pool being reserved for adults during most hours. One pool is covered. One of the spas is also covered. There is a small bar and grill and store on the premises, and the happy hour was nice. The rates had just gone down for the summer, so even its the resort fee and all the extra taxes for pool, etc., it still came to $26 a night. Very hot when we were there, but with the 50 amp service we were able to run both air conditioners.

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We were visiting a friend in Las Cruces and glad we found this nice park. It's very clean and nicely laid out, with wide gravel roads and nice landscaping. The water pressure and wifi were good (too much chlorine in the water though). Sites were wide enough. Laundry and sitting room were very clean. There is a train nearby, but only heard it once in the middle of the night. The park would have rated higher if there had been a pool and if there wasn't a noisy tree cutter working immediately behind our RV for two days. It is in a nice location in Las Cruces, in the middle of town but easy to get around. TV cable got lots of channels.

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We stayed here for 3 nights because there was a bike rally in Red River, 12 miles away. They are a Passport America park, but we couldn't use that because it was a holiday weekend. The site was almost level, water pressure and taste was good, Wifi was free and pretty good. We had 50 amp and our site wasn't a pullthrough, but we were able to use it as such because there was no one in the site behind us and the manager told us just to pull through. Verizon wireless was ok, not great, and DirecTV came in good. The park is all gravel and dirt, but nicely done. There is a small stream with a bridge over it to the dumpster, and good views of tall mountains from our RV. We were pretty close to the edge of the road, but even with a bike rally, it was still pretty quiet. The owner/manager was very nice and came to make sure everything was good a couple of times. Even though it is all dirt and gravel, they have done a lot with rock gardens around the trees and a pretty 3-tiered large rock garden near the center of the park. There are fire pits every so often and a pond. We have stayed on the Enchanted Circle of New Mexico before, and I liked Questa for towing a big 5th wheel better than Angel Fire or Eagle Nest...the roads were easier to maneuver.

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We stayed here for 3 nights using PPA, which was great. Pull through was level, water pressure and taste was good, wifi iffy from our site, but free. This is a smaller rv park with mostly long term residents, but very quiet. They are expanding the park next to the beautiful Rio Grande River and have built 2 gazebos on the rivers edge. This will probably be a pretty nice size park in the near future. You do have to go about a mile on a gravel road to get here, but other than that, it's not bad. Interior roads are dirt or grass. Manager lady was very pleasant. DirecTV satellite was good. Nice picnic table at each site.

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We stayed here for 3 days, the first at full price, $42 using 30 amp. The next two were supposed to be Passport America, $21 plus tax, but we were charged $25 plus tax. I don't know why they didn't honor the half price? Anyways, I really like this campground! Their location is perfect and the owners have gone to great effort to make this place very cool...lots of antique RV's and automobiles to make this like a theme park...lots to look at. We had good water pressure, good free wifi and a nice, wide lot. Loved the happy hour on the front porch each night at 4. Direct TV worked well, except it was 20 degrees off on the pointing of the dish. There is a lot to do in this area, and it is beautiful! You have a good view or the Royal Gorge Bridge from the campground.

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This is a beautiful park! Lots of trees, but the sites were easy to get in and out of and easy to level. We disconnected to drive around this gorgeous area. The laundry facilities were spotless and reasonable- $1.75 for 30 min wash and $1.00 for 45 min. Dryer. The staff here is so friendly and helpful. We had a big snowstorm while here, so decided to stay a 3rd night, which was allowed with Passport America. The park is very clean, well lit,nicely landscaped and quiet, other than the snow falling off the tree branches onto our RV. Nice picnic table, but was more for building a snowman on than using this week! I would definitely stay here again. We were able to get several channels over the antenna. Hookups were good and water tasted good.