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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.

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Rate reflects monthly stay in pull-through 30-amp site. This is an excellent park for our needs. Site was long and enough spacing to be comfortable, with some trees for shade, but open sky for satellite. Breakfast cafe open Thurs-Sun for very good food. The pool was very refreshing. The owner works very hard at making this park better! Close to everything that you might need. We will return.

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Our concrete pull thru was long enough to stay hooked up and was level and clean. Sky was open for dish and utilities worked well. Check in and escort to site was friendly and helpful. They have a continental breakfast each morning. I40 is closely without being bothersome and Camping World is just across the freeway.

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Long, wide, level, full hookup pull thru site that was clean and had some trees for shade. Satellite access was not a problem. Some highway and train noise, but certainly not bothersome. This is a great stopover with a big wide open sky at night.

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We had a long, level gravel pull thru with shrubs between sites for privacy and were escorted by a very friendly staff member. Utilities were very good and satellite access was not a problem. The park is north of the interstate and quiet. Good stopover for us.

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Well located, quiet mobile home park with some sites for rv's. Our back in site was long and level with a concrete patio and parking for our truck. All utilities worked well and we were able to get sat service, despite lots of trees. The residents were friendly and we enjoyed our time here. We will return when next in the area.

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Located on the grounds of the Alameda County Fairgrounds, this park is the best choice in the area. The staff and workampers are friendly, helpful and the park is very quiet at night. Utilities are all placed at the rear of the back in site, which makes for a very long sewer hose-30 plus feet! I'm sure that the RV store next door will be happy to sell you more sewer hose, as they did last time we were here. My slide is only 4 1/2ft from our neighbor's slide. Only 30amp at this site. Clear sky for sat dish. The plusses are location, location.

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Quiet park with level pull thru sites, utilities were good- the exception being the wifi. An hour per device and once logged on, the hour starts and that is it. They are working hard to keep the grass green during this long drought period. Trees offered shade, but you need to pay attention to where your dish needs to point for sat service. The park was very quiet at night.

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We have stayed here before and will return when in the area. Plenty of maneuvering room with wide streets. Sites are long, wide, level, gravel pull thrus and all utilities worked well. Bathrooms were spotless and laundry was very nice. Sky is open for sat dish with orange trees between sites and surrounding the park. The folks in the office are excellent. Perfect stop along Hwy 58.

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Friendly check in, escorted to site which was wide and long enough for our 39 ft rig. Streets are not wide enough for the 90 degree back in sites, so getting in was not too easy, but can be done. Sites are screened by foliage in between, with concrete patio and vehicle parking pads and gravel for the RV. Mostly open sky for sat dish. Quiet, with beautiful views of the mountains and right next to a golf course, we enjoyed our stay.