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This is a nice clean park located on the northeast side of Oklahoma City, close to I-44 and I-35. Most of the park roads are paved with all concrete sites in the first 3 rows both east and west of the park centrally located office. The outer most rows are largely occupied by long term residents. There is good Verizon and AT&T service, many strong over the air TV stations. Many of the sites would not be acceptable if satellite access is desired due to many trees in the park. Ask before hand if this is needed. The most remarkable feature of this park is a very recently constructed all concrete partially underground storm shelter, a very welcome feature in the tornado prone area. This is our park of first choice when visiting the Oklahoma City area.

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The nightly rate includes the $8 ($4/person) entrance fee plus the $22/day site fee. The April 2016 review provides an excellent summary of the park and history. The campground is on the east side of the highway with the historical park on the west side. The park roads are paved with gravel sites. Each site has a picnic table. There is limited over the air TV, satellite access is good from all sites. Acceptable Verizon and AT&T service. The park provides golf carts, if you want, no additional charge, for your tour of the historical grounds. This park is a great place to get away from it all, void of man made noise and commotion, and beautiful night skies.

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The rate reflects the $8/day admission fee ($4/person) plus $15 for the site fee. The previous May review said it all. Office staff had no sense of humor, sand everywhere, and the sites are sharp U shape making it difficult to park a larger RV. We ended up on the "wrong" side of the utilities to avoid foot deep sand and the sharp turn we'd have had to make to place the utilities on the correct side. Each site has a covered picnic table, but it is sitting in the sand. Aside from the difficulties this is an interesting park and we had a lot of fun watching a wedding photo shoot as well as people sliding down the dunes.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Park's surface is gravel/dirt. This older park appears to have been a KOA at one time with the telltale A frame office. Access to the parks is good and the interior roads are easy to navigate to your site. We were placed in site 2. The utilities for the adjacent site 1 were within 3 feet of the edge of our motorhome. Our site did have a picnic table, but the site was so narrow that the table would have been unusable. The dog parks were dirt and not kept up well. Verizon and AT&T service was weak but acceptable. Satellite access was good from our site, but might not be from several of the sites located in the park interior. There were several over the air TV stations available, and the park does provide cable TV, which we did not try.

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Rate reflects a Good Sam discount and was for a "premium" site with concrete picnic table and short fences between narrow sites. Park is all gravel/dirt and is a bit dusty. Satellite access is good through most of the park, and there were several over the air TV stations available. From what we could see this park is probably the nicest in the area.

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Park is all gravel and dirt. We experienced a significant rain storm shortly after our arrival and areas of the park mostly on the roadways had large puddles even the next morning, not an issue but muddied up the motorhome a bit on the way out. WiFi didn't work most of the time, typical of most parks when busy. However Verizon and AT&T service was good. The park had many long term worker residents, with many sites cluttered, and some truck noise early in the morning. One advantage of this park is that it's located just south of town and away from the railroad that runs frequently on and east/west rail on the north side of town.

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The previous May 2016 review covers most of the details very well. Each site is gravel with a picnic table located on a paved pad. WiFi worked much of the time with the park less than 25% occupied, important as neither Verizon nor AT&T had a usable signal at the park. The pool was nice, though the water was not clear during our stay. Strongly recommend that you have food supplies before your arrival as there is very limited shopping available in Lajitas, the park appearing to be essentially the only commercial activity in this tiny town. It's about 30 miles east to the Big Bend National Park main visitors center. Also note that there is no crossing into Mexico at Lajitas.

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The rate reflects Good Sam discount. This park is located about 3 miles north of Alamogordo on Highway 54 with great in/out access. The park surface is good mostly dust free course gravel, with a finer gravel on the site surfaces. Each site has a small picnic table. Park staff friendly and graciously extended our departure time when we realized it was going to take a little longer than we thought to tour the nearby White Sands National Monument located about 20 easy miles from the park. This park would be our first choice if we should visit the Alamogordo area again.

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Rate reflects water/elec site and National Park senior pass. Sites are arranged along the park road with a nice turn around at the end of the road allowing you to check out all the sites easily before deciding on which site you want. All sites are fully paved, and as noted in a previous review several of the sites do require leveling, and we agree that site 15 is probably one of the best sites in the park. Very good Verizon and AT&T service. Very little over the air TV, but all sites are wide open for satellite service. Park hosts are on site, and water is treated municipal water from nearby Carrizozo. Each site has a covered picnic table also on a paved surface.

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Rate reflects Good Sam Discount. Park is just west of I-75 with easy access. The park, likely once a pecan grove, roads and spacious mostly open sites are gravel and grass. The park office is at the far end of the park opposite the entry location. The long term residents appear to be placed off to the west side of the park farthest away from I-75. I-75 noise didn't seem to be a problem the night we were there, but weather conditions could change this. We recommend to minimize highway noise that you request a site on the southern end of the park as there is somewhat of a small hill between the park and I-75 at this end. We did not try the park cable TV or Wi-Fi, but satellite access is good throughout the park as well as Verizon and AT&T service. This is a good park for a nightly stop and we would consider it again.

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This is a county park located 4 or 5 miles west of I-475 and about a mile north of highway 80. Access from I-475 is very easy. The park web site does not provide much park information but we quickly discovered that phone reservations can be easily made and are recommended. There was no fee to make the reservation and no payment was requested until we checked in. The park is completely paved and each site has a concrete pad to park your RV on as well as having an adjacent pad with picnic table. Though the roads within the park are paved, in places they are very narrow, but we had no issues navigating these roads with our 40 ft Class A Motorhome with our toad attached. Grass is well maintained. Great views of the lake from just about all camp sites. Be aware that the water supply is below grade in a small hand hole. The hand hole was filled with water at our neighbor's site. We suggest that you carefully inspect the hand hole before reaching in as this is the South. There is no wi-fi or park cable, but there are many local off-the-air TV channels available, and most sites are quite open offering easy satellite access. Verizon and AT&T both had strong signals for voice and data. We would stay here again when passing through. Even though this park is a few minutes drive off the Interstate it is very nice and worth the short drive.

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The rate reflects a Passport America Discount. We've stayed at this park on several occasions while in route on I-75. This is a relatively small RV park located several hundred feet east of I-75 at an exit, making for easy access and a nice place to stop for a night. As stated in a recent review, though the park is relatively close to the Interstate, noise is minimal most nights. There are several longer term residents in the park and they are located for the most part in the rear of the park. The park is kept clean and everyone is friendly. The park is all gravel. Most sites have a concrete pad with picnic table. The sites nearer the south entrance, are open while those sites toward the back are more shaded with trees. There is no park cable, but there are several over the air stations available, and satellite access is good in the first two south most rows. There is not much in the immediate area as far as shopping or restaurants. If you need these amenities we would recommend you stop before your arrival.

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This park does not offer any discounts other than coupons found on their web site. However, we found that since we were unable to print the coupons as we had no printer with us in our motorhome, they would not honor even their own coupons without a hard copy. The park is easily accessible and is located about a mile south of I-20 on highway 441. We've stayed at this park three times over the last couple years and it has improved considerably this past year after the main roads in the park were paved. The sites remain gravel/dirt. About half the park are long term residents, but overnighters are parked in the sites located nearer the front of the park. This park is okay for an overnight stop, but we wouldn't recommend it for much more than this.

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The rate shown is based on the monthly rate plus the up charge for 50 amp service. This is our third winter for a monthly stay in the Lakes section of the park. The Lakes addition was opened three winter seasons ago and offers wider open spaces than the older part of the park, albeit the sites are gravel with an adjacent concrete pad and picnic table. Roads throughout the park are paved. The Lakes also had previously offered very good Camplink provided internet service delivered to each site via cable and park provided modems. However for reasons that completely escape us, the Park switched to Tengonet wi-fi. Either they don't care, or hadn't researched Tengonet's dismal history of service at other parks that use them. The result has been almost no internet connectivity so far for the 12 days that we have been here this year. To make matters even worse, many in the park have started using Verizon and AT&T cellular data services, for which neither providers were prepared for, with resulting slow service on their networks as well. The park now says that the problems will be fixed by mid-January, but in December they were saying the issues would be resolved by the end of 2015. On the positive side the park has a lot of residents that have returned year after year, and on the whole are very friendly. The park also supports many activities on a daily basis for those that are interested. The Park cable has a full complement of channels, however all are old analog signals. Over the air TV is very good with all the major networks accessible in HD. The Lakes section of the park had good satellite access throughout, however in much of the older sections of the park this will not be the case. Our primary criteria for an overnight RV park is security, relative quiet and easy in and out access. For an extended stay location, we need decent internet access which Riverside unfortunately no longer has.

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The rate reflects a Good Sams discount. This is a small, clean, but basic campground easily accessible from nearby I-40. There is a Flying J right at the exit, with the campground located about a quarter of a mile to the east and about the same distance north of highway I-40. The owners live on site. The campground roadways and sites are firm gravel. We agree with previous reviews, lots of shopping and restaurants not far away. Our site 3 was long enough to accommodate our 40 foot RV and toad without having to unhook. We did not notice noise from either the truck stop or highway, but realize that prevailing winds and temperature inversions can have a significant effect on this. Good Verizon and AT&T cell service. This is certainly a decent campground for an overnight stay.