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We lucked out and got a spot at this campground. Paved/gravel roads and cement sites and patio. The campground was full of very friendly winter Texans (Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa etc folks). A lot of activities were offered. The only negative was that WiFi in our spot was iffy at times and Verizon cell phones did not work at the site, we had to walk close to the office to get reception. We would definitely come back to this well maintained campground and great office staff.

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We used this campground since it was close to friends living in New Braunfels. Problems were- wifi never worked that great - cable never worked that great (used over the air antenna) - sewer connection was 11" above the ground so I had to walk the sewer hose to empty it. Residents were not that friendly. Hardly anyone waved to us or stopped to say hello. We will not come back to this campground.

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Rate is based on monthly stay with all utilities included. This was a great a campground. There always seemed to be a lot of yellow KOA shirts around doing things to keep the place in excellent shape. As mentioned the city bus in front of the KOA was great to go into San Antonio. WiFi worked well. Lots of friendly folks here as well as office staff. They are in the process of building a new pool which should be finished before summer time. We will definitely stop here again.

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Rate noted is based on monthly rate. This was a nice well maintained campground. We were in a site with a new electrical post and others had been replaced/upgraded. Wifi was limited to an hour then you had to log on again. It was fun seeing the 2 burros and 2 longhorns in their field. Tons of deer are there both white tail and axis. A few rally groups came by since they have great facilities for them. We would definitely stop here again.

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This was a former KOA. Just off I-10 enough not to have road noise. Site was level. We had full hookups. For us the only negative was lack of internet service, even though they said WI-FI was available, and lack of ability to connect to Verizon 3g. The park was clean and sites had nice room between them. For an over night we would stop again.

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Rate noted is based on our weeks stay. The roads are paved and the sites are cement slabs that are starting to crack in a number of sites. Utilities were ok, cable had a number of stations and Wi-Fi was a bit slow. Road noise is evident and at times loud. You are right next to Loop 289 and the frontage road. We will probably stop at another park not as noisy next time.

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This was OK for an overnight just off Route 87 between Lubbock,TX and San Angelo,TX. This is a new campground with new utilities and good cable and WiFi. Bathrooms were new as well and clean. The campground is full of workers and their families from oil fields and power/wind turbine companies. We went for a walk around the park and everyone was very friendly. When we were there only one site was open. The rest were full. The manager was super friendly. The manager said that about 20 campgrounds would be in the area due to the growth in the oil business. Big Spring was experiencing a triple population growth in less than a year.

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Rate noted is based on weekly stay. Park is very clean. Utilities were fine except for the cable connection which did not work at our site but we received all the major networks in hd using our antenna. Staff was friendly, they take you to your site. They have a nice heated indoor pool, but we did not use it. Close to I-40, but noise was not that bad. Take exit 74 off I-40 to avoid going through neighborhoods which is an easier drive into the park. At night you can hear a few train whistles but again not that bad. Fairly close to a Walmart. About 10 miles to Westgate Mall which is a big shopping area. We would stay here again.

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This was a nice park that we used on our way from Raton, NM to Amarillo, TX. Owners were very nice. Park has level gravel sites that are well maintained. The park was very clean. Utilities and Wi-Fi were fine. You get a little noise from truck traffic and some from the railroad switching yard opposite the park. We would stay here again.

     

Raton KOA

Raton, New Mexico

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This was a nice clean KOA that was not near the Interstate. The location was great for us. You can walk to a really nice Chinese Restaurant opposite the park as well as a nice grocery store and a gas station that has a Redbox for dvd rental. The owner was friendly as well as the rest of the staff. Bathrooms were clean, but had painted plywood between the stalls so could use an upgrade. This is pretty much a stop over park for a night or two. We would stay here again.

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Of all the RV parks we drove by, we picked the best one in the area. The staff was very friendly. The connections were fine as well as the Wi-Fi. The park is just a quarter mile from Manitou Springs that has interesting shops, restaurants and many natural spring fountains. The park is very close to Garden of the Gods, and you can see Pikes Peak from the park. The only problem I had was parking our pickup. There was no room for it at our site and other neighbors were partially on the park road. If in the area again we would definitely stop here.

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This was a unique RV park. It is a mix of mobile homes and RV sites for long term or short term stays. The place had a really nice feel to it. Everyone we talked to was extremely nice. We really liked the Panera breads they had in the club house on Tuesdays, day old but was really fresh. We had a site opposite the club house and were able to pick up the Wi-Fi signal. The sites by the club house are known as "on the square". I recommend you ask for a site there. All sites are back-in. We took the light rail into Denver, this was a 20 minute ride to the center of town near the 16th street mall. Light rail was just a few miles away. We really liked this park and would definitely return.

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This is pretty much an overnight campground since there is not too much around Lusk. The woman who owns the place is very nice. When we got there it was pretty warm. She insisted that we hook up the electric and turn on the a/c before we checked in. Our site was a pull-through. All sites are on a nice tan gravel base that feels really clean when you come in. We would definitely stop again.

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Rate noted is based on weekly rate. The workampers that manage the place were friendly and helpful. We were guided to our site. Wi-Fi was out for a few days. It took time to get it going then a storm came in and out it went again. Wi-Fi was not reliable. My biggest complaint is that the sites are pretty close to each other. Would like more breathing room. They have a BBQ restaurant by the office but we did not try it. I probably would try another campground in the area next time.

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We really liked this RV Park, small but the view of Chimney Rock is right in front of you. All sites are level and pull through. The owner was very friendly. There are a number of coal trains that go by and blow their horns at crossings close to the park during the day and at night, but they did not bother us. They have a small store that the owner was cleaning up and getting ready for the summer season. She said they have a liquor license and was thinking of having a margarita night. She makes homemade waffles used for ice cream cones but we were there too early to sample. We would stop again because of the fantastic view. Also should note that this is close to Scotts Bluff National Monument about 20 miles away.