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This is a small park located on the Rio Grande River, a few miles out of Creede. All sites are back in on grass/gravel with a concrete patio and picnic table. We only need 30 amp as the 8,900 ft elevation offers warm days and cool nights.The sky is open for satellite and internet is adequate. Verizon cell is good, not excellent. Very quiet, both day and night. At this elevation, the stars at night are magnificent. Not all sites are the same width, ours was a little tight and if you have a big 5er like we do, backing in can be a little challenging, but do-able.

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Our site was a wide, level, back in with excellent utilities and a terrific view of the mountains. Internet worked fine for our needs, but you can upgrade if you need more bandwidth. Satellite access was very good and the park is gated, with a code to enter. There are two parts to the park, one side that sites are privately owned and the other, daily and monthly. There is access to the Rio Grande River, which flows adjacent to the park. Creede is a short drive away, with all of the services you will need.

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The owner here is a treasure! We arrived during the lunch hour, but he greeted us, checked us in and escorted us to the long, level, satellite friendlysite. All utilities worked very well and the pool was spotless and very refreshing.

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We had a level, long pull thru so that we could stay hooked up, as this was just and overnight stop. The staff was friendly and helpful and escorted us the the site. Everything worked well and the pool was VERY refreshing after a hot traveling day. Not too far off I80, but quiet at night. Bonus was a crop dusting plane working in one of the adjacent fields.

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This park is located about 1 1/2 miles north of the interstate in rolling farm country and is quiet, day and night. Our space was a level, pull thru, back to back, 30 amp, so we got to know our neighbors, which was a bonus. Unforntunately, the weather was very hot AND humid while we were there, so that limited our outside time considerably. The staff was both friendly and helpful. There are lots of activities for kids here, including fishing, pool, playground, bikes and trampoline.

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Nice KOA located between Albert Lea and Austin, not too far off the interstate, but quiet at night. The owners could not have been nicer or more helpful. Our pull thru was level and long, utilities worked well and there was enough open sky for satellite. The campground is surrounded by farm on three sides, so there was a rural feel to it. There is a long tree shaded drive into the park, pretty and welcoming.

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This is a very large indian-owned campground located by a casino.All spaces are back in, but long enough to stay hooked up for a one night stay. Utilities were good, satellite no problem and far enough from the freeway to be quiet.

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We had a pull thru with views of the lake and open sky for dish. Utilities were fine, but cell phone and internet are non existent as you are very close to Canada and your phone will roam to the very expensive Canadian system-we just turned ours off. The park is on an indian reservation with casino, fuel and groceries available close by. While we were there, the casino was being upgraded, so some noise from that, but they will done soon.

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Very nice city owned campground on Lake Superior. We were in the new section with the lake out our back window. The park is terraced so that all sites have a view and all are back in. Excellent utilities, clear sky for satellite and nice grass between each site. i made reservations ahead and avoided having to park in the street to register. Would have stayed longer, but founders day event sold the place out.

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We had a very level, long, all grass pull thru site with water and electric. We choose this for it's satellite reception and view of the city. The owner is simply outstanding! He made us feel welcome and helped out when we had a small problem with a grey water valve, by referring a mobile technician. This is how a campground should be run!

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Located in the small town of Medora, this campground is quiet with lots of trees. Utilities were fine, the site was level and cable is $2.00 per day additional. Close to everything Medora has to offer. There is not a grocery store in this small town, but the campground has the necessities.

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This campground is just outside Custer on a quiet road, where we saw deer on most days. The camp itself has lots of tall trees, so don't expect satellite reception, but the park cable is excellent. Our site was very level, no blocks needed. The owner, an Iraq war vet, escorted us to the site and made sure that everything was OK. He also later stopped by to make sure that all was still good. We ended up staying a few more days since the park and the surrounding area were so nice. Lots of friendly folks camp here.

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We pulled in just before a large rainstorm and were happy that the park is mostly gravel-no mud! The utilities are new, so no problems. The staff was helpful and we drove into the site with no trouble. There are small trees around the park, but after all this is the Wyoming praire. The park is located east of I25 a few miles on I80, but no road noise.

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Nice grassy pull thru so we did't have to unhook, with all utilities in good order. Clear sky for sat and nice spacing. Not too far from I25, but no road noise. The staff was very friendly and we were escorted to the site. The office staff gave us fresh cookies upon arrival. Beautiful view of the still snow covered mountains to the east.

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Rate is for weekly stay. This is a quiet in-town park just off Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe close to everything. Utilities were fine with open sky for satellite. It is, after all, Santa Fe so not inexpensive. Our site was a level pull-through with plenty of room to turn in and good spacing. We have family here and will stay at this park again.