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The sites and interior roads are gravel. We were there for one night, and the site we were in was in front near the bathrooms. These sites are right next to each other, alternating the direction of the trailers with the utilities very close to each other. I kept almost bumping into our neighbor's slide out when I was hooking up the utilities. This was fine for an overnight stay; other sites toward the back of the park looked to have more room. Our site was not at all level (I used 2 sets of lynx levelers to get level). The park is very near an airport which was loud during the day, but quiet at night. The bathrooms were modern and very clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if we are in the area.

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Nice park on the west side of Amarillo. The interior roads are asphalt and the sites are long, partly asphalt and a level concrete pad to park the trailer. The private bathroom/shower was nice and clean, and there were several of them throughout the park. The park is convenient and close to the interstate but I did not hear any road noise. The park is flat and open with no large trees so no shade, although that pretty much describes the rest of Amarillo we saw. We would stay here again if we are in the area.

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Very nice campground close to Silver Dollar City. We stayed in a Deluxe back-in site that was very shaded (the pull-through sites were not shaded). The site was gravel and fairly level with a covered picnic table on a small deck. The staff was exceptionally helpful. There is a small cafe that serves breakfast (which was good) and lunch (which we didn't try). The park is very large with lots of trails through the woods. We would stay here again if we are in the area.

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A fine place for an overnight stay. The back-in sites are gravel, and some of the pull-through sites are paved. Most of the sites are shaded. There is a single bathroom in the storm shelter, and there are no showers. The manager was very helpful in getting us backed in to our site and hooked up.

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Great for an overnight stop. The site was grass and gravel, and mostly level. There is no WiFi. The campground is very convenient to the interstate. There is a travel plaza at the exit with a decent restaurant (sandwiches, burgers) but there is nothing else in the area.

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This is one of the prettiest private parks we have stayed at. The sites are concrete, very large, mostly level, well-spaced and well-screened from other each other. The entire park is beautifully landscaped. The clubhouse has a game room, indoor pool, and shower facilities, all very well appointed and maintained. The park is very large, with the only bathrooms being in the clubhouse, so it could be a bit of a walk depending on what site you are in. There are only three showers and a single restroom in the Men's room, which seems like too few given the size of the park. We were not able to connect to WiFi. The park is very convenient to Breckenridge. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area.

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We were in a standard site, which are extremely close together. Basically you park your tow vehicle between your trailer and your neighbor's trailer. The electric and water connections were as expected, but the sewer hookup was under the trailer, requiring me to crawl part way under the trailer to dump the tanks. Our site (and all the standard sites I noticed) were mostly dirt and in need of fresh gravel. The park was completely full when we were there (over the 4th of July holiday weekend), and the bathrooms were not being cleaned as often as they needed to be. They were usable, but only just. The sites were somewhat shaded, however, there were quite a few dead limbs in the trees which seemed would be a problem in a heavy wind storm. I was never able to connect to WiFi and there was only intermittent AT&T cellular coverage (not the park's fault, but something to be aware of). The Deluxe sites closer to the front of the park had more gravel and had a bit more room. The bathrooms and showers in the front of the park were also in better shape. If we stay at this park again, we will try to stay in one of those sites. The staff was helpful at checkin and guiding us to our site and getting backed in. The park is very convenient to Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, Pikes Peak, Old Colorado City (good restaurants) and other area attractions. We might stay here again when in the area because of the location.

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This is a very nice park near Royal Gorge Bridge and Park. The interior roads and sites are fresh gravel and there are two areas to walk dogs (neither are fenced). Our pull-through site was level, and the Wi-Fi signal was strong and reliable. The staff was friendly, helpful, and accommodating allowing us a very early check-in to get to a zip line tour on time. The sites are spacious and there is very nice new landscaping throughout; there is not much shade yet since the trees are small (recently planted). There is a very nice lounge area and shaded patio near the office with a grill, group fire pit, and several game areas (basketball, shuffleboard, and others). The bathrooms are a bit small and basic, but very clean and functional. Several of the sites have covered concrete patios with picnic tables. Our site had a concrete patio and picnic table but was not covered. Based on driving around and looking at other campgrounds in the area, this looks like one of the best. We would definitely stay here again when in this area.

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Beautiful mostly-shaded campsites. Our back-in site near the office was quiet, others nearer the entrance and the highway might have some road noise. There is a small shaded dog park and several trails through the woods. The staff was exceptionally nice. Very convenient to Hot Springs. We would definitely stay here again.

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Very nice older park. Lots of trees, very close to shopping, good restaurants, and entertainment in Arlington. Close enough to Fort Worth to see things there. Interior roads are paved, although there are some places that need repair. The sites are gravel; ours was close to level. During the heat of the day when everyone was running their air conditioner, the voltage at the pedestal dropped to around 114. We have stayed at this park before and will stay there again when we are in the area.

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Depending on what you are looking for, this is a great park. It is very small, not near anything (no restaurants or stores nearby), and the sites are fairly tight and not very level. Only a few looked suited for an RV (the pull-throughs); most of the back-in sites looked too small for anything but a tent or pop-up. However, if all that is OK with you, then this is a great park. It is one of the prettiest, quietest, most peaceful parks we have stayed in. There are a lot of trails through the pine woods, a nice pond, and the mission replica and the relocated and restored cabin are very interesting. We went out of our way to visit this park, and I'm glad we did.

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Nice park, very convenient to Natchez, MS (just across the Mississippi River). The sites are long, level, concrete pads. The interior roads are gravel. There is a great lighted paved walk (Vidalia City River Walk I think) along the Mississippi. The staff was very friendly. I suggest following the directions on their website. Our GPS took us through some back roads in the nearby neighborhood and along the gravel levee road, which was not the best way to go. Their directions keep you on the main road through the neighborhood, turning onto the gravel interior roads right by the main office.

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Very nice park, convenient to the Interstate, but very secluded and quiet. The sites are long, level, concrete pads with a concrete patio if your door happens to be in the right place (ours was not). Camp hosts were great, and the private bathroom/shower rooms are probably the nicest and cleanest we've ever encountered. The park is along the Styx River, with a covered pavilion right on the river; some sites back up to the river. The nearby Derailed Diner (in the truck stop) was also quite good. We would stay here again if we were in the area.

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We stopped here overnight. The camp hosts were great. The site was basically grass and was fairly level. The interior roads were asphalt. There were clubhouses and other amenities, but all were locked when we were there; I guess it is the off-season. There aren't any restaurants or stores close by.

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Nice park very convenient to St. Augustine. There are 3 restaurants within walking distance. We ate at The Reef (on the ocean, across the highway) and Caps (on the river). The food and the view from both were great. The sites are sand and fairly level. There are several bathhouses throughout the park, but each only has a couple of showers; bathrooms and showers were clean. Even though there are lots of sites, there are trees between them, so it feels private. We would stay here again if we were in the area.