PJ's Park and Play

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All gravel roads and level sites. Easy in and out. Pictures do not do this park justice. Park has been in this family since 1955. You can tell the grandson and his wife really care about the family tradition. There are trains around everywhere in Dalhart, but we use a fan in the bedroom and did not hear a thing.

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Great park. All concrete roads and sites. Has a full concrete storm shelter. When we arrived we where told to keep our pet on a leash and clean up after it. Does not seem to apply to long term campers in park. Long term camper arrived, after being away for several days, on our last day of a three day stay and let their dog roam. Asked her about the leash rule and she said everyone knows the dog so it was "OK". Since it was our last day we did not get management involved. Be advised.

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Very well maintained park. Roads and level sites are all well maintained and gravel. Owners and their employees are the parks greatest asset. Hard to get into over the first Monday of the month weekend because of the local big scale flee market that runs from Thursday to Tuesday.

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Great park. Well laid out. Easy to get in and out. All paved roads and sites. Only drawback is be prepare to level.

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This is a good RV park. The park is more than a RV park. They have a cave with tours, gift shop, and a Go Kart track. The roads in are paved, but once in the park the roads are gravel and so are the sites. Most sites needed leveling. The park needs a bit of maintenance. The electric box for my site had no door/cover so my electric connection was open to the weather. The roads need some attention and the grass really needed cut. But, that being said, I would stay again.

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Great City park set in a valley. Staff decorated the park for the fall season. Roads are gravel, but sites are concrete. Most sites need leveling. Utilities worked well. Our sewer connection is well to the back of the site. I needed to use my extension to get to it. The park was near full, but we only saw one other person come home late in the evening and they left early in the morning. So we basically had the park to ourselves. Staff said many of the owners rent through the month of October and November for the fall season to insure a place and then just come for the weekends. Good for us. We would stay again.

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Beautiful quiet campground. Four different areas for sites in the park. Most sites are wooded. Roads are paved and the sites are gravel and most need leveling. All utilities worked fine. We would stay again.

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Very nice campground. Sites are rather close, but acceptable. Roads are paved and sites are gravel. There is a upper area and lower area. The upper is somewhat hard to get around in, but the staff escorts you to those upper sites. The lower sites are much easier to get into. All utilities worked well and the staff was helpful. We would stay again.

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Good stopover campground. The owner keeps a few sites open for travelers. Most of the sites are occupied by area workers. There are no facilities; you must be self contained. Sites are gravel and may need leveling. All utilities, full hook-ups work well. Owner was very nice and helpful. Close to the interstate. Internet worked well. We would stay again.

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Short term sites in the open and all gravel sites with paved roads. Long term sites have trees. Park is well maintained and a great place if you wish to tour the area. Very close to Mexico if you wish to slip over the border. And for you Harley riders Barnets Harley Davidson is the largest in the world, according to them. We went; it was big. Wi-Fi and utilities all worked well. Showers were in OK shape. Used a shower building out in the park not the one up by the pool. Oh, they do have a great enclosed pool area.

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It is on a hill top and they warn you about your awning use on windy days. The park is typical of desert parks, no trees and all gravel roads and sites. They do have small trees: some day they will be big. Each site has a pad with a picnic table. One of the better "desert parks" we have stayed at. The park is very well maintained and homesteaders are very well controlled, that is not allowed to clutter up the park. There is a very nice pool area and showers are in good shape. WiFi and utilities work great.

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Typical of a desert RV park. All gravel roads and sites. In a industrial area of town. Definitely not a destination park. To the west is the Tucson sewer plant which really smells if the wind is blowing from the west. Showers are old, but as clean as they could be given their age. Rules clearly state only small dogs. There where many large dogs in the park. Rules clearly state animals may not be tied outside alone. Many where. The one in the site next to me was tied outside and barked at everything. Only there two nights did not bother to complain. There is a train that blows by three times an hour most of the day. Did not bother us at night. OK for a one nighter, but not more.

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This park is in a National Park so there are fees to get in to the park. The campground sites are gravel with concrete patios up top and the lake side sites are concrete. The lake is very low so the lake is a long way from the lake side sites. WI-FI and utilities worked well. Showers where old, but clean. I was told by a camper on the lake side the WI-FI was weak. This is a great place to stay to visit the Hoover Dam. We toured the dam and also took the paddle wheel boat tour to the dam. The campground gave us a two for one coupon for the boat trip. They take you to the top/lake side of the dam. It is also 20 miles from Las Vegas.

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Wow, what a great place to stay to view the Grand Canyon. Roads and sites are paved. Most all the site need leveling. Elk roam the village almost every day. This is one of the few NPS campgrounds with full hook ups, which all worked great. The shuttle bus has a stop at the campground. There are restrooms in the campground, but you must go to the Mather campground for a shower. It is a 1/2 mile or so drive or walk. A great campground.

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The park is gravel roads and gravel sites. Some sites need leveling. Mine did not. There are lots of trees for shade. We did not have any problems with utilities as some have mentioned. I asked about those problems, and park personnel said sometimes those problems occur when the park is full. Some of the wiring is old, and they are redoing the wiring a section at a time. Where the water and showers are concerned, we just used our shower and bathroom. They did not say anything about our use of water. The park is closed from mid Oct to some time in March or April. We stayed 5 days and enjoyed every day.