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Charming park, clean and well maintained with excellent WiFi, easy on and off access to I-10, and nearby food and fuel. The elderly lady who manages this park is an absolute delight. We stay there whenever we are in the area.

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Convenient, clean, well-managed, good wifi. We stayed there 4 days (visiting family for Thanksgiving) and will definitely stay there the next time we are in the area or even "just passing thru" for the night. Park is very convenient to I-35 but located down a slope/behind other buildings that muffle the highway noise. I did hear the trains that passed thru early in the morning, but I hear those anytime I'm in the area - even inside a house. WiFi was excellent!

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Excellently managed and maintained park with amenities in a beautiful setting The park has pulls thrus that will accommodate large rigs, grass between sites and a nice mix of back-ends for longer term residents and a lovely tenting area. RV sites are level with "soft" pea gravel, trees, picnic tables and have excellent WiFi and cable. Charming and well-organized hosts provide impeccably clean and comfortable facilities that include a new swimming pool and playground, a large group gathering room, a good size laundry and dog park. Park is located in cuter-than-cute Alpine and is close to the Mystery Lights of Marfa and convenient for trips to Big Bend and the Davis Mountain.

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Attractive, well maintained, very clean park, not a lot of shade, some highway noise. Excellent dog run/park. Immaculate bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities. Weak Internet and cable signal. Ask at the front desk to have the air-conditioning turned on in the exercise room. No pool but there is a hot tub. We've stayed there many times and will again.

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We spent 4 nights there in late September. The weather was cool; we didn’t have the bedroom windows open and did not have any problems with the highway noise. Most of the sites are shorter than needed for our 40’ rig and its RAM 3500 crew cab so we really would have overhung our site if we had intended to just over-night and not unhitch. A few other campers did drop their dinghies or tow vehicles in “vacant” sites causing confusion for folks arriving later. Note that the sites around the store and office are only 30 amp sites. All the 50 amp sites are closer to the interstate. We would definitely stay there again but we will probably ask to park our truck in one of the many empty 30 amp sites.

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Gorgeous views, clean and quiet, super nice owner and staff. Internet speed was excellent and free. Cedar Rail is located at the top of Raton Pass on I-25 north of Raton. We will camp here again!