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We stayed just one night at this park. It is an easy access from Hwy 160. This RV park and Pizzeria is in a reclaimed section of a Drive-In Theater. The spaces are long pull-throughs with large grassy spaces between each space. They are level gravel with fairly new connections. Pizza and movies are available on the weekend. Wifi available. Local TV by antenna. We loved this place. It had large spaces to walk the dog, it was clean and quiet. We will stay here again.

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This park is all gravel, sand and arid tolerant plants (no cacti). Purple sage is in bloom now and it's beautiful. The park has funky iron sculptures throughout, which gives it a personality. The most elegant dumpster "house" you'll probably ever find anywhere is here. Sites are near, but each has a concrete patio and plenty of space to not feel crowded. It can feel dusty at times. There is a walking path around the park for pets, as well as a large fenced area. The staff are helpful and nice. Utilities are easy to hook up to and reliable. WiFi is weakened by demand during the evening, but it's not terrible. The evenings are pretty with Santa Fe as a backdrop. Speaking of, there is easy access to downtown Santa Fe, within 15 minutes. The main street is being rebuilt, so traffic is a little crazy now, but it will eventually end! We have stayed here several times, always enjoy it and will return.

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We stayed only one night in the resort section of this park. The spaces are directly west, so afternoon sun is hot until it is low enough to be blocked by the mountain or the trees. That is my only complaint. Otherwise it is just beautiful. Spacious streets, a pergola over a dining table was on our space. A water feature that was loaded with croaking frogs at night, very pretty accent lighting. Loved it, can't wait to return. Nice pool. Nice dog enclosure with thick grass and a gravel walk next to the fence.

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This is a destination resort for the Park City recreational area. It is located just off I-80, easy to get to on a frontage road that is not very busy. We were parked on the top level and near the street, so we could hear road noise if we were outside. We were moved to a more interior space and the difference was significant. All spaces are on concrete, clean and with beautiful green grass. We had to extend our stay by a day, due to a sick dog, and they worked with us to make that happen. It is a busy park with a pool and a great dog enclosed yard. No complaints from us.

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This is a regular stop for us. It has easy access from I-80, the staff are always friendly and helpful. This is a large park. The back of the park has permanent spaces for local workers, so their is some end-of-workday traffic due to their returning home. The dog park was under remodel, so we used it rarely. The spaces are large enough for both our 45' motorhome and our tow vehicle. This park fills up at night! Make your reservations in advance. We will stay there in the future. I had to get up in the night and walk the dog, (thank you, Freckles), it was well lighted and quiet and I felt perfectly safe.

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We stayed at Sunflower overnight on a trip west. It was conveniently situated just off I-80. That entire area of the state of Nebraska had been ground zero for massive storms in the days prior to our arrival, so limbs and some debris were still being removed. The owner/host who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. He explained where we would go in the event of a storm. He showed us to our site which, like all the others, was a gravel pull-through. It was long enough for our 45' rig plus our towed Nissan Xterra. We spent a comfortable night, the sound from the highway was noticeable, if you were outside, or maybe if you had windows open. It is July, we had air conditioning and did not hear a thing. There was plenty of space to walk our dog, even though they did not have a designated "dog park". The campground does have several teepees which have queen beds and other accessories. Very cute! We will stay there again and can recommend it. Walk-Mart just a stones-throw away, if you need your Wal-Mart fix.

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We stayed only one night in this campground on our way west. The owner/host was friendly, welcoming and warm. Her husband drove us to our site, which was a large pull-through on the back row of the campground. All sites are gravel, mostly level, although this is a rolling terrain. We were impressed by the acres of mowed grass, two playgrounds, flowers planted everywhere and many trees. We travel with a dog who had plenty of grass designated areas to sniff and make his own. It is near the highway, but we did not hear traffic noise. We will definitely stay here again. I did not give 10 points because there are campgrounds with concrete pads and cabanas and other amenities not found here. However, this is a very nice campground with friendly owners and perfect in our estimation.

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We spent 4 nights in this park in a 45' motorhome. We had a back-in site, in the middle island of the campground. Destin West RV Resort has brick pavers to park on, and for the large picnic table. Each rig is separated by a large mulched bed with shrubbery. There are no trees. It is immaculately maintained, with trash pickup daily. In keeping with the dog-friendly status, there is a walking path around the park as well as grassy strips behind the parking area, which makes total sense when you see it. Rate was a bit high in comparison to other parks in the area, but it is well-lit, clean, and pleasant. There is a heated pool and a fire-pit for community fires on Tuesday and Thursday. We will stay here again.

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This is our second time to stay at this park. It has very easy access from I-20, Washington Exit. Pull-through spaces that accommodate both the rig and tow. Great grassy area surrounds the campground, perfect for dog walking and kept pretty clean. It is near I-20 but we did not hear any road noise. I walked the dog at 5:30 (thank you Freckles, I didn't really need sleep), and security was driving through. This is affiliated with the Casino across the street and a shuttle is available all the time, just a phone call away. We took it over to have dinner. Food very nice, typical smokey smelling gambling area, but restaurants were clean and nice. In the park, the spaces are concrete and close together, but it is easy to park and easy to get out of. Well maintained, friendly, great price with Good Sam's, we will definitely return. We were in a 45' motor home.

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One of our favorite RV parks is Alpen Rose. The setting is gorgeous, the sites are gravel with grass between the sites. Lots of trees, mountains in the distance, long gravel driveway and HUGE dog play area. Staff is very accommodating. We camped in a 45' motorhome and look forward to our next visit.

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Spent the night at this park. Easy to get to this park from I-40. Very clean, being rebuilt after tornado damage. Some amenities not available at this time, but will be restored very soon. Office staff is friendly & helpful. One comment we have is that the sewer placement is located toward the back of the site. We were in a 45' motorhome. We would park here again.

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This is a great overnight stop for us, easy access off I-40, pull- through sites that do not require unhooking the tow. Large office with camping necessities and some gifts. Pool in the summer which is closed now, but a restaurant year-round that will deliver to your rig. BBQ is their speciality, but the food is fresh and a great break from cooking after traveling all day. The desk dude sounds gruff, but will bend over backwards to help get you in. Don't be put off by his gruffness - there is a nice guy hiding in there. We don't have a pet this time, but there is a lot of space for dog walking. Baths are clean. Easy and convenient, quiet stop. We camped in a 45' motor home.

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This park is in western Kansas, where it's flat, trees are few and far between, but people are very nice. The entrance to this park, located about 5 miles east of Liberal, is well marked and very well lit at night. The host is not always in the office, but you can find a site and pay when they return. The office is neat and clean, we did not use the showers or laundry. The parking area is gravel, but it is level and it was clean. I believe all sites have both 30 and 50 amp available, water and sewer. We camp in a 45' motorhome. Definitely would camp there again.

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This was just an overnight stay for us, but the campground was easy to find and easy to navigate. Office was helpful and friendly. Park has many trees, but no problem to drive through. We did not unhook and used a pull-through. We liked this park and would stay there again.

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Access to Campground is fairly easy on nice wide streets, only a few blocks off FL 98. Inside the campground, which is wooded, the roads are narrow and winding, but easily driven. We disconnected the tow at the office. River behind campground and walking access to the beach adds to the natural feeling of this campground. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Due to trees on our site, we could not use the satellite, but the cable worked well and had many channel options. We were here 3 nights and would stay here again.