About ronboett

Retired full time RVers since 2013. Working on seeing all National Parks in the continental US, as of end of 2016, only two left, Acadia and Shenandoah.

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Just an overnight on the way to Arizona, it was adequate for our needs. Driving in from I10, you go through a fairly sketchy area, but once in, it was fine. There weren't too many people at park, so there was enough room to stay hooked up, full house might be another story. Utilities were fine and sky was open for satellite.

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Monthly rate, electric included. We have stayed here several times before and the park and staff are terrific. Our pull thru was long and spacious, with a nice clean astro turf lawn, no problems after a very heavy rain. The road in front of the park was completely repaved while we were there, making entry and exit a breeze. The owners and staff are continually working to improve the property and it shows! Close enough to shopping and restaurants in Bernalillo and Rio Rancho. There is some train noise during the day(commuter), but quiet at night.

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Rate reflects SKP member plus electric. This is a very friendly park with lots of activities, located on a working ranch between Artesia and Carlsbad. The sites are spacious, level and all utilities (including RO water) are fine. The sky is open for dish and it is quiet and dark at night. Many nights, we could hear coyotes howl in the distance. We will return.

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This park is located on the banks of the Chama River, south of town. There both open sky and tree covered areas. Utilities and sites are both very good. Rate reflects a monthly stay, electric included. The owners are just superb, and willing to help with any needs. He is the best escort/back in man we have encountered in our travels. The sky is open enough for dish in the pull thru section. It is very quiet in this park and dark night sky.

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Rate reflects monthly, plus electric. We were placed in the "owners" side of the park where most of the sites are developed with very nice amenities. Ours was an undeveloped gravel back in that was wide and deep-plenty of room. All utilities worked well and the sky was open for dish. Plenty of resort activities available, including church on Sunday, pancake breakfasts and more. The Rio Grande River runs along the edge of the park and there is a pay to fish pond on the property.

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This is a very well located park with the Rio Grande River running through the resort and an amazing towering rock mountain just behind it. One morning I saw a herd of bighorn sheep on the grassy area just behind us! There is a restaurant, store and ice cream parlor on site. The ice cream cones are large, inexpensive and you can sit on the patio and watch hummingbirds while you eat. Friendly campers and grassy sites are a plus, as is the open sky for dish, not always available in these mountains. Phone and internet are poor to non-existent and the laundry leaves it bit to be desired. Fishing is available on the grounds as well as jeep and raft rentals and horseback rides.

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Rate reflects monthly stay, plus electric. Our pull thru site was level gravel and all of the utilities worked well, but wifi could be slow at times. They also have propane available at a reasonable price. The sky is wide open for satellite. This park is pretty quiet, despite being close to I40 and it seems to be quieter than the park next door.

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An overnite stop that is far enough from I40 to be quiet, but an easy on and off. Fuel is available at the off ramp. Our pull thru was long and level concrete with excellent utilities. Wifi was OK. Wide open sky for dish and nicely spaced sites make this a good stop. The weather was too cold to be able to use the pool, but it looked very nice-maybe next time!

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We had a long, level pull thru and all utilities worked properly. Sky was open for dish. It is quiet here, despite being fairly close to I40, easy in and out. Wifi was ok, not good. They offer free muffins in the morning, a nice touch.

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Price reflects weekly, pay for 5 and get 7 nights. We had a water and electric pull thru parallel to the Caney River, about 10 yards away. These spots don't have sewer, but the park pumps your tanks several times a week. Good service. There are some long term campers here, but are quiet and friendly. The location is quiet while being in town. One morning I saw a raccoon walking across our patio.

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We requested a pull thru, but none were available when we arrived, so we ended up in a spacious back in, which had a lot of maneuvering room. All hook ups worked well, internet was just ok. The park is in a rural location, with a couple of towns nearby for supplies . Very quiet at night. The front looks like an old western town, pretty neat. There is a lake for fishing in the park.

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The park is located a short distance from Columbia and was far enough from freeways to be quiet at night. The roads are a little narrow, but fine to make the turn with a 40ft fifth wheel into our pull thru space. Utilities were all good and open enough sky for dish. There are many activities available, pool, etc. Internet was pretty slow.

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A very friendly park located on a working farm. We had a long, level gravel pull thru with water and electric. There is a dump on the way out. Other sites had sewer, but not were we were. We had a lot of rain, but the site drained pretty well. It was also dark and quiet at night. We weren't able to use the small lakes which were open for fishing.

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The owners are hands on, friendly people who made our visit a good one. We had a pull through that sloped some, but not a problem and satellite worked fine, as well as the utilities. It was about 40 degrees when we were there, so not much outside activity. The wifi was very good. They also have church services on Sundays.

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This is an old KOA and the owners seem to always be working around the property. Our put thru was spacious and all utilities worked well and it was quiet at night. There are many trees, but our site was satellite friendly. Some of the other sites had some odd angles to enter/exit-just inquire.