Snidely Whiplash

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Easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ fifth wheel RV. $20 per night for full hookups and quiet at night makes this park a great value. Sites would be very close if park is busy (week of the fair especially) but we stayed several nights with no events going on and there were only four other campers here. We would certainly stay again.

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Review applies only to a five night stay in the Eagle Ridge section (equestrian loop); other loops vary greatly in character and services. Easy access to and in the park with our oversized 40'+ BigRig RV. Price paid includes a daily vehicle fee that wasn't mentioned until check-in. Poorly designed loops; park has plenty of space but many sites are very close to one another and many with oddly placed utility services - choose a suitable site carefully ahead of time if making reservations. Would have rated park lower but it was very quiet at night. We would stay again but certainly wouldn't go out of our way to do so.

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Easy access to and in the park with our larger sized 40'+ Big Rig RV. Well maintained, quiet at night, helpful / friendly camp hosts, full hookups, and reasonably priced. Enjoyed our stay and will certainly stay again when in the area.

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This campground is reasonably priced with a beautiful setting. Easy access in the campground with our larger sized 40'+ BigRig RV however access road to the park from the highway has some low branches that caused some concern and caused us to drive the center at several spots. Asphalt campground roads and level concrete pads that are relatively easy to back into. No AT&T or Verizon cell service for several miles. Wouldn't have been a problem but the advertised WiFi wasn't working during our stay. Nor was it fixed when we were told it would be. Not much chance of satellite signal nor could we pickup any over-the-air channels. I enjoy nature as much as the next person but a stay of more than one night completely disconnected from the world was too much. Unimpressed by the severely dated restrooms and showers - another big issue with no sewer in the campground. Bottom line : beautiful setting with no communications with the outside world ; If you enjoy that then this campground is a 10. I would not return under the same circumstances. MAYBE for a night if their Internet was working.

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Easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ RV. Pros: Level gravel sites, full hookups, and close to the highway but quiet at night. Cons: No pool, and as a prior reviewer posted, their pricing is a bit of a racket: it's not at all worth their standard $40 per night rate but they "find" a discount for everyone. We would not hesitate to stay here again but would probably try the other choice nearby if in the area again.

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Gravel pull-through sites on a hillside. Not the best campground in America but comparable to other choices in Branson. Asphalt interior roads with terrible potholes. Easy access to and in the park with our larger 40'+ RV if you follow the website directions. Very nice owners earned a point higher to the overall rating. Reasonable price and decent amenities. No place nicer in the area so we would return.

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Wanted to stay at one of several nearby COE parks but none were accessible due to recent rains and flooding. Pros: Easy access in the park with our 40'+ RV, utilities worked well, quiet at night. Cons: Very high nightly rate, no "resort" type facilities, no patio or picnic table, very close spaces, concrete pads are more unlevel than they appear to the naked eye, and Rt. 412 leading to the park (coming from the south) is a fairly narrow 2 lane road that needs some tree trimming. Bottom line: you're paying top dollar for a concrete pad and full hookups. If in the area again we will forego sewer and stay elsewhere.

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As good as it gets. One of our top five favorite parks. Well designed, exceptional management, easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ Big Rig RV, blacktop drives throughout, level concrete pads, and all at a fair price (rate reflects a week's stay). We would definitely return.

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Easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ RV but our back-in site (B3) was at a 90 degree angle from the road; not an overly hard site to back in but a little angle would have been nice. "B" section sites are wooded with 50 amp electric and most (but not all) sites have water. "A" section has wider paved sites with less overhead cover along the water but only 30 amp electric and most (but not all) sites have water. Very helpful and friendly woman at the front access gate / booth. Quiet at night. Only a few minutes away from Fort Smith proper. We would stay again.

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Not sure it qualifies as a resort but this was a very nice campground. Friendly owner escorted us to our site and helped us park. Very easy access to and in the park with our 40'+ BigRig RV. No pull-thru's but very wide drives make the park and sites easy to negotiate. Gravel drive and sites / pads. Clean, neat, and well kept park and the price was reasonable. Cell service via AT&T and an iPad on Verizon and both received solid LTE signal. We would stay again.

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This park well deserves its high ratings. Beautiful scenery and views from our site in the Mesquite loop. Went slow up and down the grade into the park and had no problem with our 40'+ big rig RV. Price does not reflect required entry fee to the park of $5 per adult/day in addition to campsite rate. Bathrooms were older and filthy - plenty of dead bugs indicated they obviously had not been cleaned in a long time. Book well in advance as the campsites are in high demand. We will definitely return.

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Well kept gravel lot style park with full hookups. Level sites and easy access to and in the park for our 40'+ Big Rig RV. Owner was constantly working to improve park during our stay. Other choices in area were unimpressive. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Although a good park, there is nothing about the park, or in Roswell, that would bring me back for $38 per night.

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Very easy access to and in the park with our big rig RV. Stone / gravel sites, full hookups, and about 7 miles from downtown Santa Fe attractions. Price reflects a week's stay and seemed a bit high given the few amenities offered. We would stay again.

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Hate giving the park a "5" because it's a decent park with level gravel spaces in a unique former motel courtyard type setting and very kind and friendly owners. Easy access to and in the park with our larger RV. The problem is the neighborhood; residences nearby are somewhat sketchy and even Tucumcari proper is very depressed and in a sad state of repair. I was in a space outside the courtyard and refused the first space, insisting on being closer to the main area and other campers. I would not stay again at this RV park or in Tucumcari.

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Rate reflects a week's stay. Easy access to and in the park with our larger RV. Concrete roads, pads and pull-through sites. All utilities worked well. Fair amount of long term campers but they were all friendly and polite. Gets a high rating because, although not a resort, I couldn't think of anything bad with the park during our stay. We would certainly return.