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This park has very crowded sites, gravel with nothing in between. It's a big park with a lot of pull-through sites. The dog area had pricklers or something because our had trouble walking on the path. The WiFi worked and then when I tried to go back on later it didn't work. They had a cowboy barbeque for dinner and it was good. They also had a pancake breakfast but we didn't go to that. It's okay for one night.

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At one time this was a nice park, but it is old and has not been kept in good condition. It needs a lot of paint and improvements. The owners were nice.The Wi-fi was terrible and barely worked. No TV. It's okay for one night.

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This is a beautiful park. It is well kept and very clean. Beautiful flowers, trees, and landscaping. The sites are large with a cement patio. There are many pull throughs. The hosts were lovely people, friendly and helpful. It is very dog friendly and has a dog run. It is a park for snowbirds so we had no trouble getting a spot. It's probably hard to get into Oct-March. We would definitely stay here again.

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We camped here to visit Yosemite. It was about 25 miles from the visitor's center. We had a shaded site on a hill. It was gravel and level. Dogs can go anywhere if on leach and you pick up. The owners were friendly. TV and Wi-fi were okay. We would camp here again.

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This park is near the entrance to Sequoia National Park. The south entrance is very windy hairpin curves most of the way. Be prepared for a long ride to get to the visitor centers. This park is very wooded and on the river. It is not really an rv park and the sites are crowded and difficult to get in. There aren't many pull throughs and the sites have rocks and trees on both sides. They do water during the night so it's wet on the sites in the morning. Weekends are very busy with a whole area of tent campers. TV okay and wifi slow. Staff was friendly. We camped here in a fifth wheel and if visiting the park would camp here again.

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We stayed here 2 nights. There isn't anywhere else to stay. It isn't an RV park; most sites are RV's, but they are extended stay. It is a run down town, and this park is right in town. It's okay for a night, but there's not much to do. There is a coffee shop not far from the park which is very nice. It serves great coffee and other drinks, has fresh donuts and serves sandwiches, too.

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We camped here one night in a fifth wheel. It was better than average. It's close to Williams and was not crowded. There's a national park right behind the campground and you can let the dogs run there. Their dog area had all kinds of trash on the ground. The rest of the park was clean. We would stay here again.

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We camped here the end of April. It is an older park and has fairly new owners. They are fixing it up and it is well kept. There is a drought in NM, so don't expect a lot of green. There are quite a few trees in the park. The owners were very friendly and helpful. They cook breakfast and dinner if you wish to eat there. It is very good. We enjoyed our stay here. We stayed here one night. We've stayed in one other park in this area and the KOA is much nicer.

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This park is okay for one night. Sites are gravel and difficult to park in because of where the water, sewer and electric are located with regards to the slides. The sites are pull through. The park is run down and not well kept. Managers are not on site. Dog friendly.

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This is an excellent park. Paved sites and roads. Sites aren't wooded, but it is wooded all around the outside of where RV's are parked. It is easy to get in and out, and all the sites are pull-throughs. It is well kept and clean. We would definitely stay here again. We stayed 3 nights. It has a large dog park.

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This was a motorhome park being converted to an RV park. When it is all completed it will be very nice. The managers are very friendly and helpful. It is dog friendly. Most sites now are not pull-thru but they are making pull-thru sites in one area. Level sites. There was a lot of motorcycle noise on the one road next to the park about 4-5 pm. It wasn't noisy later on. It is difficult to find and signs would help. We were there one night and would stay there again.

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Nicely maintained and clean park. Dog run is very nice. Staff was friendly. We had the ribs at the guest BBQ area and they were very good. Overall a very nice park. We have stayed in many KOA parks and they are always very nice. Our only complaint is they are high priced. We would stay here again.

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Great park. The owner was very nice. Some sites are gravel and some are cement. Ours is gravel but level. Many sites are shaded. Clean park with picnic tables, picnic area, and dog run. There is a barbeque restaurant which is very good. It is close to Cheyenne and is not on a busy road so not much traffic noise. We are still here and have been very pleased. Rates are reasonable and the 7th night is free.

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We read the review from March 2012 and decided to stay here. It is far from stores, etc. It is very barren and not shady. We didn't see any wildlife. It is a very basic campground; no water in the pool. If there was absolutely no other place to stay then stay here but otherwise we wouldn't recommend it. The owners are making improvements and are very nice. If all the improvements are completed it would probably be acceptable, but only for one night.

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Ordinary park. Basic gravel road with picnic tables. All sites are on gravel. Park does have satellite TV. We would stay there again for an over night visit.