HillCountryRV0128

  • Review Count 11
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  • Helpful Reviews 1

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This is very tight parking at best. Lots of permanent guests. We have been traveling in MH since last April and have been thousands of miles up the Pacific coasts and this park has been the first to make me feel pretty uneasy about staying here. It is very close to Manitou Springs and the historic district of Colorado Springs. WiFi poor, Internet for AT&T very slow. You have to turn in between McDonald's and Taco Bell to cross into park. Very overpriced in my opinion. I would not stay here again.

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We stayed here for 5 nights. Very convenient to Estes Park & Loveland. Our site was a back in right up to the Big Thompson River. AT&T Internet was slow at best. Water pressure was poor and one day stopped completely without warning for repairs but was turned back on within 15 minutes. Park roads were dry & dusty until it rained and then became somewhat muddy in places. Very narrow bridge to park entry. Nice big playground area for kids and several cabins located close to it. The live-insurance seemed to be grouped together. We would stay again due to location. We had full hookups.

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We stayed at this park for 2 nights. Check-in was easy and quick. Located close to highway and train but great for as couple of nights. Staff knew where to place us so that our roof mount satellite and antenna would work. Site was level. AT&T worked great and Internet was satisfactory.

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Stayed 3 nights. Very tight, winding, and hilly roads with lots of speed bumps. Satellite & cell service didn't work. We have At&t and our friends in next site had Verizon and theirs didn't work either. Office said Wi-Fi only available in recreation center but we went all the way to third floor and couldn't connect. TV cable present but didn't work. Very difficult to maneuver big motorhome without causing a backup of other cars and RVs coming and going. Very large indoor swimming pool by recreation center if you are able to walk a flight of stairs or climb hill to get to it. Otherwise, center has large TV, soda machines, play area for toddlers, coffee, ping pong table, arcade machines and very nice views. Would not stay again as it was overpriced for the amount of services not available (ie, no sewer at our site, Wi-Fi that didn't work, no satellite and no cable, and very poor water pressure).

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Check-in was easy for 1 night (no stickers/tags for vehicle or rv. Park was clean in appearance except row of dumpsters that were packed and overflowing. We stayed on Wednesday night so maybe garbage pickup was going to be Thursday or Friday. Staff in office very friendly. Small pool behind office looked clean and young kids were enjoying it. Park was fairly crowded but easy to maneuver 38ft motorhome pulling a jeep. We had full hookups. Cable included. Most channels were very snowy. Later in evening, a few channels appeared to clear up. Satellite TV impossible due to lots of tall trees. Frequent train whistle but no problem since our windows were closed and a/c running. No security guard monitoring park so anyone could drive in. Our site was fairly level on dirt ground. We had back-in site but I did notice quite a few drive-thru sites. On site store with necessities and souvenirs in the office. AT&T cell worked good. WiFi was slow. We would stay again for short stay only since satellite impossible. Very woodsy feeling type park. Didn't notice many live-ins.

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We stayed here for 1 week. The host was readily available at all times. Basically, a big asphalt pad with very little shade covering Parking area. Must be fully self contained as there are no bathrooms available. Big grassy area but has some stickers that my dog found pretty easily. Dogs are not required to be on leash as long as you can control the dog. This park is very convenient to the town, the Castle Air Museum, grocery stores and makes a great home base when taking a day trip to Yosemite or other points of interest. No WiFi. Rates are extremely reasonable. We would definitely stay here again!!

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We had a wonderful stay! Everyone we encountered was very nice & friendly. Our site was a pull through with a picnic table. Very quiet park with trees and very close to Sedona. We would stay again!

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My spouse & I stayed here in a 38ft RV in October 2014 with full hookups. They had a beautiful heated pool & indoor jacuzzi within walking distance. Also had a library that was open to guests for reading, making puzzles, or playing on computers. Everyone was extremely friendly and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We will definitely return!

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Swimming pool very clean & refreshing. Bathrooms clean. One maintenance man is overworked & probably underpaid for what he tries to help RVers with. Electricity at some sites not drawing full watts as evidenced by breakers kicking off. Staff not very friendly & don't expect them to take care of any problems with the rv site in a timely & efficient manner. If its after 5pm, then don't expect much in the way of a professional repairman. Park is old but centrally located with easy access.

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Staff was very friendly and helped us get into our spot. Had a very nice site under a very large Pecan tree. River was only 100 feet away from our RV. Very good and fast Wifi. I use DirecTV so didn't need the cable. Very good location on the South Llano River. This is a spring fed river that is a delight to float in on a very hot August day! Highly recommend this park! We will stay here again.

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Park staff was very friendly. Sites were level and had a covered picnic table. The Blanco River could have used a little more flow on it but the drought in Texas has been bad. Water was still very nice and not very far to walk down to the river from our RV. I would recommend this park and we will be back!