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Small, quiet, privately owned campground with easy access to many of the Cumberland Plateau's great features. Full hookups with good 50 amp electric and decent water pressure. The owners are great hosts. We would stay here again when we come back this way.

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The park is operated by the town of Gering. It is very nicely landscaped and affords a great view of Scott's Bluff. Sites are long and wide. Your RV will sit on concrete next to a concrete patio with a picnic while your site is surrounded by lush green grass. The park is patrolled regularly by the local PD.

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We only stopped for an overnight but it's obvious this park has a great potential for longer stays. Very nice park.

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This would be the 4th time we've stayed at Spring Lake. We come here to visit relatives so our stays range from weekends to two weeks. Each time we've come the park has been good enough to extend the PPA rate to us for the length of our stay, but to be fair we usually come in the off season. In season they have all kinds of activities. There are a lot of seasonal and permanent residents but everyone's sites are neat and kept picked up. We'll be back.

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This park is operated by the town of Chanute and it's one of the best deals out here. Your first two nights are free, but then you pay. Yes, I said pay! A whopping $10/night but you are limited to 10 nights. The RV park is part of a larger park which has 4-5 baseball diamonds but surprisingly only a couple of picnic tables. While you'll find very little grass at your site, the sites are quite large and on pavement. There is water and electric at each site, but no table or sewer. However, there is a dump station. The town of Chanute has it's own WiFi network whose SSID is Chanute Public Wireless. It's open to the public with no password required. There is a strong signal in the park and it works great. Did I mention that the first two nights are free?

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The nightly rate is based on a $75 weekly rate. We were here for a week and a half while waiting for repair parts. The owners are nice folks who took over the Ramblin' Rose a couple of years ago and have slowly been working it back into shape. The sites are mostly level but only some of them are 50 amp. The roads through the park are paved but the sites themselves are that hard packed course New Mexico dirt. The Ramblin' Rose is the best bang for your buck in Santa Rosa. The down side is the very busy railroad which runs by the Ramblin' Rose and then along the north side of Historic Route 66. All of the parks inside the city limits are affected by the train because they are located along the north side of Historic Route 66.

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This was our second stay here. We stayed here back in April for a week but this time we stayed one night. You should be aware that there are quite a few full time tenants here but most are down the hill behind where your site will be and they are quiet. The Wi-Fi and cable both work great. The pull throughs will be a bit tight for anything over 40 feet. If you can't get there early, call ahead. The park fills up every day by mid to late afternoon. We would stay here again.

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This is basically a paved lot with hookups. The RV Park is located behind the motel and removed from highway 50. It is accessible through the main casino lot entrance. Great for a one night stay on the way through town. There was only one other coach in the lot and it was quiet when we were there. We would stay there again.

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This park has been under new ownership for the past 6 months. It appears that the new owners have done a lot of work since they took over. A big plus is that they live on the premises. Sites are level gravel and somewhat close together. Laundromat is clean and all machines are in working order but you should be aware that it is open to the public. Downtown Panguitch is within walking distance and there is a well stocked grocery store there. Be prepared to fix your own meals as there are not a lot of good restaurants close by. Our rate was based on an Escapees discount. We spent a week and a half here.

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The $18 rate is the price for the upper campground. The lower CG is $20, I'm not sure why. Most sites are pull through with plenty of grass and trees. We stopped for one night on our way north and were pleasantly surprised by the condition of the CG and the fact that because it was Wednesday the $13.99 buffet in the casino was half price. Don't miss it, the food is great!

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This is a former Army COE recreation area. It has been leased and operated by the city of Grapevine since 2006. We spent a number of nights here while in the process of purchasing our new MH. The staff are mostly local workkampers who gave us the impression of taking a great deal of pride in The Vineyards. Sites are spacious and many have shade trees. You will also be entertained by fireworks over the lake that are put on by the city of Grapevine every Friday night. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and hope to return.

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We spent a full week at All Seasons while visiting relatives in Wichita. This park is very clean, but very utilitarian. The sites are extremely close together. Anything over 40' will have a tough time getting into a site even though most sites are pull through. A $1.00/person pancake breakfast was served this morning before we left. Each site has it's own electric meter and you pay a deposit on electricity in advance. We averaged $21 per night including electricity. For the price and proximity to my relatives we will stay here again.