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This is a very large park with two dog parks, one very large one and one small one on opposite sides of the park. There are several ponds with a lighted walkway on one of them, a large recreation area with a sports court, jump pillows (which I've never seen before), a playground, and an indoor pool. As others have mentioned, there is quite a curb to get over to get into your site. There are only three bath houses, which seems too few for such a large park. During the day it seems they guide you to your site. We arrived after-hours, and it was a bit difficult to find our site in the dark. The staff has been helpful and courteous. We will probably stay here again if we are in the area.

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Very nice park with a great location. Downtown San Antonio and the Riverwalk are a short drive away. Mission San Jose and the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park Visitor Center is very close, and there is an entrance to the River Walk hike and bike trail next to the park. The grounds are well kept, there is a new an extremely nice dog park, lots of trees, and all the staff has been helpful and friendly. We will definitely stay here again.

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Very nice park convenient to the interstate. We arrived late in the dark and rain, and there were well-lit signs that guided us to the RV park. We turned into the campground too soon, though, and had a little trouble finding the registration office (which is open until 11pm so we were still able to check-in easily). The sites are well spaced and level side-to-side (we had to un-hitch to get level front-to-back). There is a very nice concrete sidewalk around the outside of the park for walking dogs. As others have mentioned, their pull-through sites are actually two sites with connections on each side, so you can pull in from either direction. We will definitely stay here again if we are passing through the area.

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This park is nicely laid out, very pretty with hills and lots of trees, well maintained grounds, and a staff that is friendly and helpful. It is one of the few RV resorts we have stayed at that actually seems like a resort. There is a spa where you can get a massage, a fitness center, miniature golf, a nice looking pool, and a small store. There is also a free limousine to nearby restaurants. There are a lot of hills in the park, but the roads were very easy to navigate and although there was an incline leading into our pull through site, the concrete pad was level where we parked. The bathrooms were clean although there were only two showers for this very large park. There was considerable road noise from the interstate when we were outside, but it did not bother us inside with the rooftop AC unit fan running. We will stay here again when we are in the area.

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The pull through we stayed in was so level we did not have to unhitch. The pull through sites are close together, but the back-in sites have more room. The staff was very helpful. The park is near railroad tracks as others have mentioned, although we did not hear them inside with the rooftop fan running. The bathrooms and showers are clean but dated. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.

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Nice city park on the banks of the Guadalupe river, close to downtown Gonzalez. We stayed in one of the pull-through sites which was fairly level. Several of the back-in sites looked very small and not very level. Sites are mostly shaded and interior roads are gravel. The city park also has a golf course, and you make reservations there. We would definitely stay here again.

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Very nice shaded campsites. Close enough to Silver Dollar City to hear the train whistle, which was great. The sites are gravel and the interior roads are asphalt, although the roads are in need of repair. It was easy to navigate the interior roads, although the signs and directions were not particularly clear. Our pull-through site was nicely shaded, very pretty, spacious, and quiet. It was not level, but was able to get level with 3 blocks. The bathrooms and showers were clean and functional although very dated. We will stay here again next time we are in the area.

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Very convenient access from the interstate. We arrived much later than expected, and the manager opened the office to get us checked in. The sites are very long and level; we did not unhitch. This is a fine overnight stop, although be aware there are no bathroom or shower facilities.

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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.