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A good overnight place to stay. We had a shady spot in a treed area. Helpful staff. Spaces are a little close but... Campground is a little tired and there is lots of nearby construction going on, but fine for overnight. Wifi really only works at the office. The park needs to invest in a wifi system that can handle a park of its size. Lots of full timers but they kept their spaces tidy and were friendly.

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A large RV park near the highway but the traffic noise stopped around 10. I think big commercial truck drivers cannot drive after that time. ? There was lots of shade from large mature trees, but there were open areas as well. Wifi does not work well at all. Nice staff. There was fresh, local garden produce for sale in their camp store.

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This was a nice municipal campground located next to the city's small rodeo arena and adjacent to a river. There were some shade trees and fairly nicely spaced pull-thru spots. A playground and disc golf course is also located there. No wifi, no sewer hookups, just electrical. Water nearby. No dump station but we were told there was one in town. A very nice gentleman stopped by in the early evening to pickup the park fee. A very quiet and nice overnight stay.

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This is a nice park in town and just off the main drag. Road noise but it stops after 10. We were in space 25 right on the edge of a lake and a small playground nearby. Trees, a grass and level ground made this extra comfortable for an overnight stay. Excellent wifi reception. Major stores nearby.

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We really enjoyed staying at this very nice NPS campground. The sites are roomy and long with concrete/asphalt pads, fire pits and tables. Many have shade. The view from our site was beautiful although not all sites have one. We were lucky to get a site with full hookups; make your reservations early as there are only a few full- hookup sites. No WiFi except at the Visitor Center which is just a short walk from the Campground.

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The campground is actually just a gravel parking lot with full hookups. No trees, tables, etc. However, the views are lovely and it was very quiet when we were there. The NPS "campground" is right next door and is the same flat gravel lot but with NO hookups. You check in at the front desk of the hotel across the street. The staff everywhere we went were helpful and nice...it seemed like they all liked being in this desolate region and were full of helpful sightseeing tips. There isn't much in Stovepipe Wells, but it has what you need - gas and food. The bar served excellent beer and had somewhat decent wifi reception. However, don't count on being able to get much WiFi reception anywhere in DV! We liked the location as we were able to use it as a base to see and explore the northern part of the park. There is a NPS Ranger station nearby.

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We just stayed overnight, so didn't use any amenities (pool, classes, clubhouse, etc), but everyone was very nice and welcoming. We had a lengthy and somewhat spacious spot and enjoyed a quiet stay.

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This is Snowbird Country! We stayed for three nites while visiting friends and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The gravel pull-thru sites were narrow, but we were off walking, enjoying the pool, the Bistro, the Tiki Bar, so didn't stay at our site for long. The wifi was off and on so nothing to brag about, but there is a great free secure computer center in the park that visitors can use. There are numerous amenities and activities- check out their website. It is a gated, secure community of very friendly people from all over the country (and Canada). We received the Passport Club rates, but they are not in effect in high season. We will be back!

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The park is just off the highway, so it is handy for overnight stays. However, you will have highway traffic noise. The bathrooms were nice and clean and the man that checked us in was friendly. The park is part permanents, part RVers. It is pretty much a gravel and grass lot but with nice views of the distant mountains. It won't win any awards for beauty, but fine for a one night stay. Great Wi-Fi reception.

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Just off the highway but it quiets down substantially in the evening. The park is on the east side of town with easy access to shopping, dining, etc. Nice and clean. Sites are somewhat narrow but still roomy enough for the big rigs. Friendly, helpful staff who provided good info re: things to do and see. We left our trailer at the park and took a nice day trip on the Beartooth. DON'T take your trailer/rig on that road unless you love very stressful driving. The road is narrow, often with no shoulders and rock outcroppings and very few opportunities to pull over.

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Right off the highway, this is a city RV park with mostly full timers. It is a little tired but we stayed over night so was fine with us. Friendly owner, narrow spaces. Might be difficult for the larger rigs to get around. WiFi didn't work for us.

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Close to the highway but not noisy. Friendly and helpful owner. Sparkling clean bathrooms and laundry room. All pull-thru spaces but they are a bit narrow. WiFi was very good. The park closes on Sept 30 for the season.

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The park is about 13 miles from Historic Savannah and is just a few miles from the highway. It is a little "tired" but is clean and everything works. Staff is friendly and helpful. There is lots of shade which makes it more comfortable when warm. They offer a $28 Grayline Hop on/Hop off tour of Savannah which includes pick up and drop off at the park. Well worth it. Multiple gas stations and Super Walmart is just a few miles away. Price includes Good Sam discount.

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This is a no-frill rv park, good for an overnight stay. It is located about 7 miles off of Hwy 78/22. Friendly check in staff, clean bathrooms, and the WiFi and TV (antenna) worked fine. It was very quiet; there is a small road adjacent to the park but there wasn't any traffic at night. There are two levels of the park. We stayed on the lower level which is basically just a tree surrounded field. The pads are a little unlevel but nothing a leveler block can't take care of. There are some full timers. The ones we spoke with were very nice and they keep their spaces tidy. They charge by rig length. We have a 19' trailer and it cost us $22.50 with Good Sam card.

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We have stayed here two nights and will add another so we can spend more time at Denali Park. This RV park is one of the nicest in the area and features level and fairly spacious spaces. Very nice and knowlegable office staff. Clean laundry room with generous hours. We are eight miles north of Denali Park entrance; the office staff can help with Park info and reservations for various activities. Nice views!