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Our 3rd winter there. As mentioned, lots of things to do both in the park and in the surrounding area. Mexico is about 6 miles away. The back-in sites have concrete pads that are 44' x 18'. If you can not back into a pad this big... The RV section, being in a separate section, is a big plus. A club house, laundry, paved streets, low level lighting, a gated entrance make this a great place to spend the winter.

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This is a city park at the rodeo arena. There is electric only, but there are only three 50A sites. There is a dump/water site. You have to go by Whites IGA grocery to get a key to unlock the electric box, pay $20 deposit, return key in morning, and get your change back. #26 and #36 have "some" shade. The sites are not level, grass, and full of sand burrs. The roads are dirt. However, it is quite and worked for a overnight stop. Is really for the locals with horse trailers and living quarters, as they use it quite a bit. We would use it again.

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The RV spots are connections in a large gravel area. Is pretty level. We were 69 feet double towing and had no problems pulling into a site. The layout of the sites is quite different, but it works. They have a few permanents. A good overnight spot. We heard no road noise or any thing else. Good cable. The owner's Mom runs the office. Be patient.