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We always stay at the RV Ranch when visiting Grand Junction, where we have family.. Nice friendly, clean park. It is in town, but road noise isn't too bad.. Trains will wake you up out of dead sleep tho. Level paved sites most are pull thru. Rather close together. Medium size dog park and pool. When we had not arrived by 5 they called and left instructions for late check in, a nice touch. Recommend reservations.

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Stayed here one night enroute from South Dakota to Colorado.. Tight and tiny older park. Sites are very close together and most have no grass. There are large shade trees throughout. There are two small dog parks. Best thing was the BBQ dinner! Staff is friendly and they have expanded the park to accommodate large Class C RV's in an additional lot towards the back. Sites are very length specific so call ahead and reserve. We only stayed one night and it was an acceptable place to spend the night. Cable worked.. they have wifi but we didn't use it.

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Spent 6 nights here at the end of August, after Sturgis rally, price seemed a little high but comparable to other parks in the area. Setting is beautiful, quiet and rustic. If you want a lot of activities in your RV park don't come here. It was perfect home base for touring the Black Hills, closest park to Custer State Park w/o being in the park itself. ONLY park we saw that was off the highway and NO road noise. Staff was helpful and friendly. NO television reception w/o a dish, no cable, WiFi was good just not fast. Sites were all mostly back in, gravel, level, fire rings and picnic tables. Would definitely stay here again. ATV rental available onsite and staff is helpful and friendly.

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Spent one night here enroute to South Dakota. Was pleasantly surprised how nice the campground was. Gravel drive and parking spot, was pull thru and very level. Grounds were neat, tidy, clean, multiple dog stations and a small dog park. Nice touch were the 'glider' type benches everwhere to sit on. Children were enjoying the pool and playground.. Closeness to freeway is ony thing that stops it from getting a 10.

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Excellent stopover park, although lots of RV'ers there for the summer. Big shade trees, gravel roads and lots. No grass to speak of. Host friendly and helpful. Privacy fence all around. Short drive to Thermopolis State park and the pools there.

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We, 3 couples in 3 trailers stayed here an entire week while exploring Yellowstone. I made reservations early, by phone, and we had 3 adjoining sites. Yes, its a gravel lot, and yes it is small and right in town. But overall the stay was very pleasant. We did have a few shade trees, the bathrooms were spotless and the dogs were welcome. There was a little traffic on the side road, apartment buildings behind us, but the neighbors were quiet. Most folks, like us, took off for the park all day and returned in the evening. The hosts were friendly and helpful, everything in town is close and we were given a map and directions. If you just want a quiet place to park and go explore this is the park for you. If you want manicured lawns and a swimming pool don't come.

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Stayed here one night enroute to Yellowstone. The hosts were extremely pleasant, helpful and friendly. Most sites occupied by permanent summer guests. Park is tiny, and tight, a few pull through sites but we had a back in. Bathrooms clean and campground was immaculate. We had a picnic table but not enough room to open awning. Chose this site because was best price in the area.

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We stayed here overnight both going and coming back on a 2 week vacation. Easy access right on the highway (road noise), but were relieved to find a spot as few and far between on 412 through Oklahoma. This is an older campground, pull in, hook up and pay later on the honor system and you still just pay for what you use. Base rate, then add $2 each for water, sewer and electric. BBQ and picnic table available, DH said bathroom was clean. Just a stopover not a destination park, but rate was good and we were happy to be there. Owner is on site and friendly, just hook up and pay and be on your way.

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We planned to stop here overnight. This is a National Forest Campground just off I-80 between Cheyenne and Laramie Wyoming. We had backed into the the only available site left, just at dark when the Camp "Host" (volunteer) asked us to leave as she said someone had already 'reserved' that site by sticking a piece of paper on the post where you clip your stub after filling out your vehicle information and dropping the $10 fee in a locked box. You CANNOT Reserve Nat Forest Campsites, and she did not know who the people were or if they had even paid, but still insisted that the site was spoken for and that we move. We were upset and left, BEWARE overzealous "Camp Hosts" in National Forest Campgrounds! Although pretty scenery, no hookups and you could still hear the noise from the interstate.