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Absolutely lovely park. Large level concrete sites w/FHU and cable. Beautiful pool and access to lake/river for boating, kayaking, or fishing. Nice helpful staff. Large restrooms/showers (shower curtains could have been a bit cleaner). Dog park and playground. Only small complaints would be terrible location of fire rings (way too close to rig), and our picnic table had rotted wood on bench so not very useable. Would most definitely stay here again.

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Not really an "RV Park" but an area of the parking lot with hookups. Called the day before and security stated was full but would find us a spot if needed. Very nice, accommodating staff. There were a few units there that obviously had stayed longer than the stated 3 day maximum, but there was one open spot for us to squeeze in. There was also a bit of an issue in the middle of the night with someone outside one of the campers requiring the police to respond - no idea what the relationship was but although disruptive it was handled so that was a good thing. Otherwise area was clean and only short drive from I-40. Can't really complain when the site was completely free.

     

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AOK Camper Park

Amarillo, Texas

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Small park. A bit rundown but looks like trying to update. Was clean, level enough, FHU (30 amp). No amenities or office staff (honor system) but a gentleman drove over as we were choosing spot to offer assistance. Very convenient to I-40 and for price made a good overnight stop. A bit noisy with planes, trains, and highway but surprisingly not that disturbing. If traveling through would use again.

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Stopped here to visit Meteor Crater. What a surprise! It is in the middle of nowhere, right off I-40 and we expected a "parking lot". Instead it is a lovely gated park, FHU, landscaped, and immaculate. The weather got a bit too windy to chance driving so we were happy to stay extra days. The sites are perfectly level and large. Open view with pretty sunsets while looking at snow capped mountains far in distance. Would have given 10 but no amenities - pool, etc. very nice staff. Would definitely return.

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Nice park with perfect location since right in Grand Canyon. Can walk, take shuttle, or drive (parking issues with that choice). Our site was very level, clean. Absolutely no frills. Very tight spaces but had no trouble getting our 40' rig in or out. Extremely nice staff at park.

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Very nice state park. Had to juggle sites in order to stay for full 2 weeks. Every site was large, clean, and level enough. The staff is very friendly and helpful. There are no sewers so had to dump - located near entrance but not difficult to access. Depending on site there are some great views. Easily accessible to everything - groceries, restaurants, etc. Easy drive into Sedona and Jerome. Would definitely stay here again.

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Lovely odd-designed park with excellent location - easy access to Chandler, interstate Hwy, casinos, Phoenix, etc. Immaculate large sites with full hook-up. Had no problem with wi-fi. Large clean laundry. Would like to give 10 but no amenities such as pool, hot-tub, etc. As others have pointed out, the office is a bit off the grounds and there is no security gate but it felt very safe. Free RV car wash available across the road for guests. Because of the proximity to I-10, there is definitely a lot of traffic noise as well as a race track across the interstate. Didn't bother us much, but could be very problematic for some. Would return if in area but probably not as destination.

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Extremely dusty and not very attractive. Sites are large and level, and park was generally clean. Biggest issue was sporadic long-term residents among the sites with very old rundown units - broken windshields, certainly not "driveable" in any way, with piles of rusted bikes, coolers, chairs, etc shoved underneath but yet the park rules clearly stated that this was unacceptable. The dumpster was full (overflowing) for most of our 4 night stay. Located away from the sites but had to just pile trash on top of what was there. Nice little office store with wine and craft beers. There is a pleasant staff and they seem to be working to improve, so if that happens could be a nice place. Right now I would not return.

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The price is extremely misleading as they charge an extra $7/person/day for park entry - even if not leaving the park. That was an extra $14/day in addition to the $17 cost. Small state park campground with very odd arrangement of sites. More than one new arrival (including us) had to take a look around to determine how the sites were laid out. However although they appear small had plenty of room. Not very attractive but was clean and level. The bathrooms - not so much. There is a nice spring-fed pool there, as well as great mountain views. Covered patio at some sites (not ours), just picnic table at others - charge is same. Office staff very nice.

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Nice park in very rural area - need to travel for groceries or other necessities but to be expected with most COE parks. Sites are very large but rather difficult to level (reason for lower rating). Bathrooms/showers a bit rustic but very large and pretty clean. The park recently lost its cleaning services so volunteers are doing the best they can on limited basis. Surrounding area somewhat rundown but felt very safe at campground. Canyon lake is lovely.

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Lovely park. Stopped here to visit San Antonio. Although the park is not in the best area it felt very safe, and was convenient to everything. Can drive to missions, bus stop across street the perfect way to go downtown. Friendly helpful staff and long-term campers. The sites are large, level, and easy to access.

     

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Meaher State Park

Spanish Fort, Alabama

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Lovely park on Mobile Bay. Large level sites. Friendly staff. Many warnings about ants (including from park). Did treat, no problems but was chilly weather.

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Very clean natural state park. Sites level and large. We were in Pine Grove so not much vegetation but enough space to feel private. Plenty to do in park from biking to horseback riding. Be prepared to deal with ants but as long as proactive no problem. The rangers and hosts were excellent and very knowledgeable. Would have given 10 but the campground is located so close to the highway side that the morning traffic was problem - and we are not typically bothered by noise so it was definitely loud. Park is in close proximity to everything. Stayed 2 weeks and would return.

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Stayed here to visit Memphis. About 15 min to Beale St. Very clean large park on the Mississippi River. We had a riverfront site that gave us a wonderful view of the river. Enjoyed watching the barges slowly move up and down the river. Large, level sites. We had concrete pad but many are crushed gravel. Shaded spots limited but that was a bonus this time of year. Was very dusty due to lack of rain but certainly not fault of campground. Will definitely return.

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Stayed at Two Rivers because of proximity to downtown Nashville. Very pleased. Large site. Excellent WiFi. Very clean and staff pleasant and accommodating. Shuttle from park to downtown makes it even better. No complaints whatsoever.