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I am giving this park a 10 comparing it to other parks in the area, not nation wide. To have a facility like this in the area is excellent. The fact that it is paved is a big bonus. Remember, you are in the desert 80 miles from the nearest real town, Alpine. Sites are mostly level, long, paved and all utilities worked well. All sites have a paved or rock patio, some have fire rings and picnic tables. It is the remoteness of the area that makes it special. The park is part of a resort that has an excellent golf course and bar and restaurant. Also a fitness room and gift shop. Again, comparing it to the other parks in the area, it is a 10. If you can't relax here, you just don't get it. Cell service on Sprint was spotty. Wifi worked well if your site is near the office, and our's was. They have a handful of cable channels. Graded dirt roads to walk the dog right from the park.

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Spent three nights here. The entire campground slopes from South to North. If you face North, you will be low in the front, opposite for facing South. Some spaces slope more than others. I used two 2x12 boards on the front to get close to level. Had worse in my travels. Park is satisfactory. Perms all seemed friendly and we had no issues. Big dog runs with grass, one for small and one for large breeds. Water pressure and power all good. Paved roads and gravel sites and grass between sites. Close to I-20 and fine for an over night or longer. Easy to maneuver in our 40' MH with a toad. The entry driveway is a little tight. If you are long, take a lane and a half on the approach to give you more turning room. Let the cars honk. We would stay here again.

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Second time staying here. Overall a nice park with a "in the woods" feel. The roads and sites are gravel, but dust really wasn't bad at all. They have some back in sites and some pull through. The rivers edge sites are back in and have a concrete patio with a river view. I do notice that one MH pulled in with the front facing the river, but you gotta have long hoses to make this work. Our site is pretty level. No blocks needed. No highway noise and very quiet. There is no dog run, but several small quiet roads to walk along. We like it here because it is out of town, but only 15 minutes to durango. The access to the roads for cycling is great too. The only drawback is that the sites are a tad close. We have probably 10-12 feet between us and our neighbor. Fairly typical for the area and not really a big deal. Our satellite has a signal, but a lot of shade spaces here will not get one. Their cable works well and has many channels. Wifi is strong and fast. Pool looks nice but didn't use. We will be back.

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We had a very nice three day stay here. The site was fairly level, just took a little lift on the front. Very long pull throughs and lots of grass. A handful of permanents and everyone was friendly. We liked the access to a 12 mile loop on small county roads for our daily cycling. It was also very nice to have the pavement. The wind was howling all three days and no dust. Nice. We will be back.

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Great park. A little tight as others have noted, but not too bad. Paved roads and paved pads. Excellent location. Loved the park on the bay front just outside the gate. Biking trail nearby goes to Coronado. 30 mile round trip. Also, find the trail to the North and work your way to Harbor blvd to ride all the way to Mission Bay and beyond. We plan to spend a month here next winter.

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This is our second time here and now for a month. This place Is the place to stay in SLC. The trees are mature and offer shade throughout the day. Roads and sites are paved and pretty level. It is quiet and safe. There is no security and it is not in the best neighborhood, but we have had no problems at all. I even left my expensive road bike unlocked a few nights and it was still there. Don't let the area worry you. the park is 2.5 miles from the Temple, there are plenty of biking routes and great places to walk the dog. Commuter train and bus routes both adjacent to the park. We come to SLC several times a year and used to stay at the other place in town. This location and feel of the park is much better. Didn't use the pool or hot tub but plenty of people are. Most of the sites are long enough for a 40 plus toad to stay hooked up if just passing thorough

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A great state park. Easy to maneuver in our 40ft with tow. Paved roads and sites. We had a pull through and we were able to get satellite reception. Easy access to Austin and the toll road that by-passes I-35. No sewer, there is a dump station with freshly trimmed trees, so clearance is not an issue. There are mountain bike and hiking trails. Gave it a 7 due to lack of amenities. Otherwise, a great place to camp.

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We stayed here three nights. Paved roads and pads. Site was very level and had a picnic table. Clean park and nice people. We were escorted to our site upon check in. Pool was heated and looked nice. No Hot tub. Exercise room need updating. Good road biking about 15 minutes away in Helotes. Easy to maneuver in the park with our 40ft with dinghy. We will stay here every time we return to SA.

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I wanted a nice place to overnight off of I-30. Once off the highway, there is about a 12 mile drive on a pretty narrow road, but there was room and it wasn't that bad for about 8 miles, then it is repaved and nice for the last four miles to the park. We got here after five, so we were on our own as far as getting to our site. We had made a reservation and I called to confirm the site and confirm that it was a pull through and might get satellite. Our reserved site was a back in, and did not have a reserved sign on it so we picked another site. Loop C is updated and the sites are pretty nice. We have a view of the lake and satellite is working. This is a pretty nice park. If you don't mind the 15-20 minute jaunt off interstate 30, I would go for it. Quiet, nice and relaxing and I would do it again even for one night. Sewer hook up Is pretty far back. You might need a hose extension if you are in a MH. We camped in a 40ft with a toad and had no problem navigating the roads. Unhook the toad at the front of the park.

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Rate reflects a premier site that looks out over the bay and the cause way. We decided to pay a little extra so that we could have a view of the water from our front window. We also have a view of the cars driving on the road to pier 19. It is off season here, so there aren't many cars. I could see how if it was a busy time of year, it could be annoying. Your front window at these sites stays in the shade all day, so sun blasting in and heating up the coach is not an issue. The "regal row" sites look very nice and look out over the bay also with patio with tables and chairs. Those sites are pull in and there is nothing to disrupt your view of the water. They might be a better choice if it is a busy time of year, but you will get the afternoon sun hitting the front window. The park is paved with white rock pads. Fairly level sites and decent cable channels, power and water pressure. The pool is nice and the hot tub is big and hot. The exercise room has two bikes, four treadmills and some weights and machines. It is adequate. Location of the park is good. Short 5 minute walk to the beach. The pet run is grass and kept clean and cut. I would give this park a higher rating, but the price is just way to high for what you get. There are about 20 campers here now on a nice weekend. I bet if they lowered the rate to 40-50, they would fill this place up. Forty to fifty is more inline to what they should be getting. I can understand getting a premium for spring break and other holidays, but this is September 21st. All in all, a nice place to stay, but you pay a high price for it. I guess life is a beach.

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We pretty much stay here every time we come to Houston. This is a nice park. The road and sites are paved. The sites are pretty wide. It is located in the back of a quiet neighborhood, so there is little noise. The area is safe and we walk our dog all over the neighborhood. I managed to find a good road bike route over to The Woodlands, so I can get a 2+ hour ride in. There is a nice Kroger down the street and lots of places to eat. Also, the Fish Market on Rayford has some great fresh seafood. The pool and Hot Tub are nice.

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Why a 7? There is a mix of good and not so good here. Paved roads and mostly paved sites are the good. We had a pull through with plenty of room for out 40 foot and toad; although, we did have to unhook to get in. Water pressure is pretty poor and the Wi-Fi is worse. Barely enough to get email. Pool looks small but decent enough. Lots of full timers here, but that isn't a concern for us. Staff is very friendly. It is a big enough park that we were able to do a few loops with the dog for his exercise. There is a Super Walmart and an HEB just down the road. The poor Wi-Fi and water pressure loses them points. But if you don't need Wi-Fi, this place is fine.

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As far a I am concerned, this is the only place to stay in Santa Fe unless you want to boon dock in the mountains. This park is clean. We love the huge shade trees and the paved roads. Most sites are paved with gravel patio areas. The proximity to the area can't be beat. Sure, Cerrillos is a very busy road, but the access to the area is the trade off. Inside the park is like an oasis to the busy area. We love it here and the owners are great and very helpful. Can't wait to get back.

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This is our second time at this KOA. We decided to stay a month this time (reflected in the rate). This is a lovely park. Trees and lots of beautiful, green, lush grass that makes you want to go barefoot. The sites are a mix of gravel and grass. If the park was paved and had a few more amenities, it would be a 10. I am impressed that they have a water truck that sprinkles water on the gravel road to reduce dust, of which there is very little. Staff is great. Good road and mountain biking nearby. We will be back.

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Wow. This is a beautiful park just minutes South of Winston-Salem. Great mountain bike trails, walking paths, golf course, and over all beauty in the woods. About half the sites are pretty level, the rest are sloped pretty good. They seem to know this and tend to put the trailers in the more sloped sites. I would call ahead and ask for a level site. Pads are wide and spaced well apart. Roads are paved and smooth. It is hard to get a 10 out of me, but this one comes close. We will be back.