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This park is very confusing to get to, made even worse by the fact that it seems all the interstates in and around Dallas are under construction. We got lost, but a phone call to a very nice lady at the park office got us back on the right track. This is an older park, but pretty well maintained. Sites are close but level. We only stayed one night, but would stay here again for a short time.

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This is a extremely well-managed park with a very friendly staff. The sites are crushed gravel, but level and fairly spacious. Had no trouble extending slide-outs and awnings. The laundry and restrooms were immaculate. The Wi-Fi worked most of the time. The price is somewhat high, but this is a major tourist spot. The campgrounds right outside Zion had trailers packed in like sardines. I'll happily pay extra for some grass, trees and space.

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This was our first time at this campground, and we expected to be packed in very tight. We were pleasantly surprised to find this was not the case. The park is huge and well managed. The shuttle to all points within the park is right outside the trailer village entrance. There is even a free shuttle to a small town outside the south entrance to the park. Right outside the trailer village is a concessonnaire-run, well-stocked convenience store with prices that only border on outrageous. We will definitely be back.

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Yes, this park is somewhat expensive, but look where you are! Everything in Sedona is expensive, and you get what you pay for. The sites are very level, although a little bit small; however, we had no problem putting out the awnings and slide-outs. There are a lot of rules, but mostly very logical. Personally, we love rules about pets, kids and quiet hours. If you are traveling to Sedona from the North, be sure to pull up the park's website and get their directions from Flagstaff. A GPS will probably bring you down a steep winding road that is best avoided. We would absolutely stay here again.

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We very much enjoyed our four days at this park. Check in was convenient and the people in the office were a wealth of information about the area. We were escorted to a spacious, shaded, level spot with a concrete pad. The cable was good, and the Wi-Fi was mostly available. Somewhat sporadic in the evenings, but that is normal in a park of significant size. The laundry room was clean and reasonably priced. A plus is Camping World is only a few miles down the road. We would definitely stay here again.

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This park is an excellent value for the money. Very level concrete pads make set up easy. Spacing between sites is reasonable. There is a free shuttle between the park and casino. My only complaint is there is no change machine in the laundry room, and when I asked the person at the desk for change, she said the management company does not allow her sufficient funds to make change. How customer oriented is that!!!

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This continues to be one of our favorite campgrounds. The grounds are full of trees and flowers. The sites are gravel but level. Because electricity is provided by park generators, you are limited to 15 amp service, but that was not a problem for us. You are asked to use only propane water heaters and and no electric space heaters. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Internet service is only available outside the main office. Be sure and bring everything you may need here--there is no place to purchase anything nearby. Because it is a bear sanctuary, there are no trash dumpsters.

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This is our 3rd stay and our last at this park. When I checked in I asked about internet service and they said it was very good if you were within coverage of their two antennas--one being at the laundry room and one being at the far corner of the park. We were there two nights and rarely had coverage. Even in the laundry room it was very slow and availability sporadic. When we first saw the laundry room we thought the prices were reasonable ($2 to wash and $2 to dry), until we opened the washing machine lid and saw that the drum capacity is about half the normal size. Then if you need more dry time, you can only put in another $2. Three of the washing machines were out of order and there was a wait to use machines. The campground itself is nice--well maintained and level sites, although they are somewhat small.

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This is a great campground. Sites are level and spacious. There is no shade, however. The bathrooms are immaculate--they require that you remove outside shoes before going into the bathhouse/laundry facility. Bathrooms/showers are individual rooms with ceramic tile and new fixtures--the cleanest I have ever seen in a campground. While we were there it rained all day, but the campground sheds water very well and there was no standing water. On our way out of town the next day, we passed by another campground and it had a lot of standing water. We will always stay at Northern Light when in Dawson Creek.

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This park appears to be mostly for permanent installs--primarily oilfield and refinery workers. The sites are very crowded and it is hard to maneuver large rigs into most of them. The next time we are in Edmonton we will probably stay somewhere else.

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This is one of our favorite campgrounds. We stayed in the new section which has full services, and the sites are much more spacious and shaded than the old section. Where else can you stay and watch elk roam through your site! We experienced a vehicle problem and had to extend our stay by one night. The campground was full every night , but the staff found a site for us. This is the only place we would stay in Jasper.

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We love all the Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds. Our site was level, spacious, had shade and an amazing view of the mountains. The staff is very friendly. The bathrooms are clean but pretty dated. I would suggest that the park service build a Laundromat that could be shared among their three campgrounds.

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The rental rate is not too unreasonable, except you have to pay an additional $8.09 to make a reservation. The bathrooms are clean but somewhat dated. Laundry rates are average. Most sites are pretty spacious, but there are some that won't accommodate slideouts. I would suggest you check your space before accepting it.

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This campground has a lot of full-time residents--presumably oil workers. Sites were somewhat cramped, but were pretty level and well shaded. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The laundry room was clean but pricy.

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We had a pull-through site close to the office. The sites are level and fairly spacious with trees for shade. The Wi-Fi worked well. A good value for the money. We would definitely stay here again.