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Stayed overnight based on other reviews and not sure what changed, but it was one of the dirtiest and seemingly least managed parks we have ever stayed at. Tried to call ahead on a Sunday to make sure space was available, but message said park office closed on weekends. Pulled up to the entrance station and only one person working on a VERY busy hot Sunday, but she did a really good job of trying to manage the chaos of both entry and exit windows. Pat her on the back. Process to knowing site availability is departing camper stopping and telling them, which meant waiting in line for her. Check out is 5 pm, which is crazy late for most campers. Our site was strewn with trash and it looked like the entire park has/is not cleaned regularly. Great volunteer opportunity with Boy/Girl Scouts and other organizations who care about the outdoors. Looked in the bathhouse, which was poorly lighted and not something I would ever consider using. Water hydrants can be a 1,000 feet apart and campers permanently hook up to them running 100s of ft of hose, making access almost impossible. Picnic table area slab was covered in dirt/gravel from rain. RV paved area in crumpling in big junks from run-off and lack of maintenance. No camp fire sign up, but ignored by many so not enforced. Seems like a wonderful asset, but will never stay here again.

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This park is always consistent for a stop over or sightseeing in the area with friendly service, parking, FHU and easy off/on to I-10. Nothing fancy, but always reliable.

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Needed an overnight stop and this served our purpose. Mostly full-time residents, but the park is very well managed keeping it clean and well maintained. The owner checked us in, escorted us to our site and was very friendly. Wish the interior roads were paved to cut down on dust, but that is just me. Plenty of restaurants, stores and gas stations in the area if desired. Would stay here again if in the area.

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Needed an overnight stop and based on reviews of the Springfield area, this seemed best for our needs. Basically a big gravel parking lot with very close sites, but good FHU, felt safe and clean. Not very busy when we there, maybe because the rate is too high for what it is. Maybe more successful with a rate in the low to mid $20s and improved signage.

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Very good for our overnight stop. Very friendly office hosts. Nice little store and local visitor information. Free donuts and coffee in the morning. Road noise not a huge issue for us. Clean and safe stop. Fairly easy off/on I-10 access. RV size gas stations (Pilot/FJ, etc.) close by.

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Camped here to visit Carlsbad Caverns and liked The Ranch so much stayed a second night just to enjoy the peace. Very well maintained, very friendly and managed Escapee Park. Easy off/on from Hwy 82 going north and south. The Caverns are approximately 50 miles south. Both Carlsbad and Artesia have plenty of restaurants and stores. Would absolutely stay here again when in the area.

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More of a F/T mobile home park than RVer's place, but it was closests to White Sands National Monument where I wanted to do early sunrise and sunset photography. For that purpose it was very good as any of the other RV parks are no where near the Monument. It was quite and safe and the FHU systems worked just fine. Easy access off/on Hwy 70.

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Overnight stay on the way to AZ. Easy in/out from 4 lane road, which can be busy. Well laid out. Great customer service at registration. Good location for exploring the area. Will stay here again.

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Great CG just outside of Guymon, OK with easy in/out, great pull through sites and overall a really nice planned/managed park. Bonus would be watching an outdoor move from spring to fall.

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Overnight stop on our way to AZ. Park is easy in and out with a Pilot close by. If you are a light sleeper this is not the place for you with the semi noise from the next door interstate on/off ramp.

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Got one of the last electric and water hookups at the end of a hot day. Fortunately we did not need septic and they do not have a dump station. This is a very well planned and managed park. The staff was very friendly, helpful and professional. Even though built on a hill, the sites are level and our pull-through site was easy to enter and exit. Even had a tree that provided some shade. Shower/bathroom facility was very clean and very well set-up.

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One of 3 campgrounds part of the Lewis & Clark Recreation Area. These campgrounds are well maintained and managed. Very large sites and many with shade. Good access to/from I-29 to the east or north to Mitchell to catch I-90. Very friendly and helpful staff.

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Overnight stop only. Easy access from/to I-90. Great location right on the Missouri River. First pull through gravel site was on slight hill with no way to get the rig leveled and had to unhook to move because trees at the end of the site were so bad. Moved us to a concrete back-in site that worked well.

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Very friendly staff and a great location. Good experience for our overnight stop, just know that many sites can be tight getting into/out of and space between sites can be very tight. If making reservations, suggest you look at Google Map and the campground map to make sure it works for you. Suggested to a supervisor the need to trim trees on the roads and sites so they don't scrape the sides and roofs of RVs with no way around. Had one right on our roof, thankfully no wind and they had no other sites.

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This is a well managed park with easy access from I-90. The park can accommodate all sizes of rigs. Great ice cream in the office/store. Some report about road noise, but it was not bad at and that is just part of some CG locations. They do need to do some upper tree trimming for branches hitting getting to/from site, but not too bad. We would stay here again.