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This is a nice park located on the north west side of Casa Grande easily accessed from I-10, but about 2 miles away. There is a local highway just to the west of the park that can get a bit noisy in the early morning hours with local traffic, but we have not found it objectionable. The facility has ashphalt paved roads and gravel/stone sites. This park is used extensively by seasonal campers, but there is a long line of pull through sites that appear to be dedicated primarily to over nighters. Be aware that the hookup connections are at the back of each site and, if pulling a toad, you will either have to disconnect and park the toad in the front of your MH leaving the MH at the back end of the site, or use long hoses and cables to hook up. The park does have a really large dog park, but the fencing is decorative fencing that has fairly large spacing, so if your dog is small they may find their way out of the fenced area. It's a short 30 mile drive up I-10 to shopping and great restaurants in the Chandler / Phoenix area, but with the benefit of camping in a much less hectic area. We have stayed here a couple times and will likely find our way back to this park again when our travels take up through this area.

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This is really a different RV park. It is a small family run 14 site facility located a few miles due west of Tucson, but close enough to get to any of the Tucson sites and shopping. We didn't have any issues getting our 41 ft motorhome in and out of the park, but it is tight so be prepared. They offer a clothes washer no charge, and cloths lines are also provided if you choose to dry in this manner. No dryers are available. The sites and grounds are all sand, fairly level, and firm and stable to level up on. Verizon and AT&T are usable, and good satellite access from all sites. They do not rent to anyone under 55. The owners are a couple of the most friendly we have ever met, and go out of their way to make sure everything is to your satisfaction. In the three days we stayed, we met several of the others there, and found all to be friendly and welcoming. Be aware that the facility is basis, no pool, etc, and is really off the "beaten track", but quiet and peaceful. It appears that the residents are comprised of some seasonal campers and some that are working in the area.

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The posted rate did not include the $5 reservation fee. This is really nice State Park located about 9 miles south of I-10 on a very good highway 90. We spent two nights here primarily to tour the caverns. The camp host advised that our site, 45, is the most unlevel in the park, and we certainly agreed. We did block the front wheels to approximate near level for the motorhome. We reviewed most of the other sites and think that most would not present any unusual challenge to level your RV. The park roads and sites are all paved ashphalt. This is a very busy park so recommend reservations as soon as you know you would like to stop here. The park was full both nights of our stay, but the sites are spread out enough that the park never felt busy. Verizon and AT&T workable, satellite access decent from most of the sites.

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We've stayed at this park several times over the last several years as it's fairly easy to get to, less than a couple miles off I-10, but not sitting next to a noise Interstate highway. Though the park has many seasonal residents, the park has always been able to accomadate us for an overnight stop. Nice dog park, Verison and AT&T good, many local TV stations available, and good satellite access from our site. There are a couple "industrial" facilities off the north and west sides of the park, but they all seem to be primarily daytime operations and have not caused any night time noise during our stays. This park continues to be on our "stop" list when passing through.

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Rate reflects a Good Sams Disount. Good place for an overnight stop with easy on/off access from I-10. Many long term residents, probably oil field workers, but many if not most of these are located in an area to the east of the main park. They drive slowly through the park entrance and apparently understand the shared use of the RV Park. We've stayed here a few years ago, and remember the great food we got back then at the Roadrunner Cafe adjacent to the office. Still good food and reasonable, though the prices have risen substantially since our last visit. Usable Verizon and AT&T and good satellite acess from our site.

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Another just about average park. Several recent reviews have covered the high/low points of this RV Park, utilities and picnic table pad to far back and adjacent to the next site's sewer connection, an unusual early arrival up-charge. However this park is spread out better than a couple nearby parks in town, and it's less than a couple miles right to the center of town. The dog park was better than most, and up near the front of the park where the owners reside. Good satellite access throughout the park. Verizon good, AT&T passable.

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Rate reflects Good Sams Discount. As previous reviews have noted this is a new park that opened this past fall. It is immaculately clean, all concrete / ashphalt paved roads and sites. We had a pull through, and it was fairly narrow, but plenty of room for our motorhome and slides. Many longer term residents, but absolutely no trash or items stored outside their RV's. It appears that the Park is enforcing their rules. Great heated pool. When we entered the park we were a bit confused as there no signs as to where to park to register. However you can pull to either left or right of the office and will not have any issues getting to your site. Interior roads are wide and easy to navigate. WiFi worked quite well even though the park was essentially full. See it can be done! We inquired about directions to the park well before arrival and got a useless answer via email. However, if east/west bound on I-10, get off at Highway 6 exit west side of Houston, and go south with a light to make access into the park just east of Highway 6 very easy. It is often hard to find a decent park within easy reach of most urban areas. This park certainly defies a paradigm that we had held, but not so with this park. The park hosts advised that the same builder has already built several of these parks around the Houston area, and at this count, one in San Antonio. We would certainly stay at this park again when passing through the Houston area.

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The rate reflects a Good Sams discount. The campground is located about 10 miles west of Lafayette just off I-10 (not I-12 per a previous review). Access in and out of the park is good. There are several gas/truck stops at the exit, most the north side of I-10, with the park on the south side of I-10. Roadways through the park are paved with gravel/dirt pull throughs of adequate length for your RV and tow or towing vehicle. There is no shopping in the immediate area, but there area couple resturants near the fuel stops and Casinos. The park is open so satellite access is good throughout the park. Verizon and AT&T service acceptable. Park Wi-fi was passable most of the time. Some highway noise, but expected given the proximity of the park to the highway.

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This is a fairly new park, located about 4 miles off I-10, layed out in two rows, the west row all pull-throughs, and the east row all back in. The park requested a phone call when we exited I-10 and we were met at the gate and escorted to our site. Note the entry gate is very narrow so be careful. The sites are gravel with a concrete patio / table and very nice planting along with a "chalk board" at the front of each site with your names already on it, nice touch. Wi-fi worked, Verizon and AT&T service acceptable, satellite access decent from just about anywhere in the park. When leaving you essentially make a U-turn at the end of the pull through sites and exit the park on the same road (and narrow gate) that you entered from. The U-turn is tight, particularily if your site is near the end of the row.

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The rate reflects Good Sams discount. This is a nice park, particularly for an overnight stop. The park is located less than half a mile south of I-10. The road ways inside the park are a little tight but we didn't have any issues with our 40' motorhome with toad connected. There are several pull through sites within the park that appear to be reserved primarily for over night guests. The sites are quite narrow but very good in length, all that's needed for an over night stop. Wi-fi was good even with the park full the night we were there. As previously noted there is a Publix just across the entry highway into the park. If satellite access is needed be aware that many of the sites would probably not work for that due to large tall trees to the southwest. We would certainly stop here again if in the area.

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This is the second time we've stayed at this park, both times part of a rally. Frankly we find it difficult to understand why one of the largest RV dealers in the USA would not have a superior RV park. This park is older, streets potholed with drainage manholes extended above the road pavement. The narrow sites are all placed exactly perpendicular to the narrow roadways making backing in much more of a challenge than it would need to be if this park were layed out with angled sites. Further, the sites are almost long enough to get your RV on it leaving you to park your car on the narrow road. Given the tight layout and rates, it's hard to understand why any snowbird would make this campground a choice for a longer term stay given so many other choices available. Our sewer connection was backing up and it took the park a full 24 hours after our reporting it, to come and snake out the line. On the positive side, the wi-fi at our site was passable much of our stay. AT&T is very weak and Verizon just usable from within the park. If it weren't for a rally that we like to attend, we would not stay at this park.

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This is a small campground, 7 sites total, with the owners living on site. The campground is located about a mile east of I-75 so easy to get to, but far enough away to avoid the noise that tends to come with campgrounds situated next to a major highway. A couple years ago the Owners sold the adjacent part of the campground to the west, but maintained the east 7 sites along with their home. You couldn't ask for a nicer owner, and the peace and quiet are extremely welcome after hours on the road. The are no showers or restrooms on site, so be aware that you do need to be fully self-contained. The park does not currently have wi-fi, but Verizon and AT&T coverage is good at the park. Satellite access may be difficult from some of the sites, but we've not had issues with hookup. We find this to be an excellent choice for a night, and it's always on our "stop" list.

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Rate reflects PA discount. We've stayed at this park several times on our way to or from Florida. The park is just off the east side of I-75 with very easy access. The sites along the south entry side of the park are maintained for overnighters, while the sites along the north and back of the park are usually occupied by longer term residents. The park is clean and well maintained, and they really know now to quickly escort you to your site upon entry to the park, with a "come to the office and register after you are hooked up". Really makes things convenient and easy. Good Verizon, AT&T, and satellite access and a few local off air stations are usually accessible. This is a great choice for an overnight stop even if it wern't for the PA discount.

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Rate reflects GoodSams discount. As previously noted this park is VERY near I-95, with nice long sites. The night we were there, the highway noise was very loud throughout the night. We understand that weather conditions, wind direction, etc., have a lot to do with this. The more desirable sites further away from the highway appear to be mostly occupied by long term residents. Be aware that there are only a few 50 amp sites available for overnight stays, and unfortunately most of those seem to be on the east end of the park, nearest the Interstate highway, close enough that you can watch the traffic pass by. Further, our 50 amp site, #27, had no electrical disconnect/breaker or sign indicating where one might be. This required plugging and unplugging hot, not a recommended practice. The electric service plug was also precariously close to the ground, within 6", again not a good thing. Also be aware that this park is heavily wooded making satellite signal acquisition difficult from most of the sites. There were a few off-the-air TV stations available. We would probably not stay here again as there are other options along I-95.

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The rate reflects a GoodSams discount, a recent affiliation for this park. This is a small nice, quiet, clean park just west of Elkin, only a couple years old, easily accessible and less than 3 miles west of I-77. Signs for the park are well placed along the route from I-77. All park roadways and sites are hard packed crushed stone. Sites 1 thru 7, located along a tree lined edge of a meadow, all have 50/30 amp and water, no sewer, are easy back-in, and can accommodate the longest RV's. Sites 8 thru 10 are tent sites and are located, near the office, all across the road from sites 1-7. Sites 11 and 12, 50/30 full hook-up, are about 1/4 mile west of the office. There is a dump station located near the office. However the dump station is not conveniently located for a class A motorhome as you have to pull at least 20 feet beyond the exit loop thus requiring that you backup after dumping. If you have a toad this would require dumping before connecting up the toad as backing up with a toad is not a recommended practice. Also note that when exiting from the office or dump station onto the county road, there is a blind curve only a couple hundred feet to your left making your exit a bit dangerous. There are several off-the-air TV stations available. Satellite service from sites 1-7 is limited to Dish eastern arc satellites, as DirecTV and Dish western arc satellites access is blocked by the tree line mentioned above. We were given a passcode for WiFi, but were unable to locate a signal at our site. Perhaps WiFi is only available at the office location, but the handout we were given didn't provide any further guidance. AT&T signal is weak (3G only) but usable and Verizon has a good to strong LTE signal. There is a Walmart, several restaurants, several winery's as well as hiking trails in and nearby Elkin. We recommend that you call for a reservation well prior to your arrival as this is a small park, and was full the day we departed.