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This is a well-maintained Corps of Engineers park. The sites in the lower camping loops are paved and all have pagodas over their picnic tables. Some have electricity and water and others are primitive. The Juniper loop has asphalt sites. Some are quite narrow and others are on the short side. We have been here before so chose site 33 in the Juniper loop. It is long enough for our 32 foot fifth wheel and double wide. It also has a view of the lake. Sites in the inner circle of Juniper loop have water and electricity. Sites on the outer circle have only electricity. Our rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount.

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A Bernalillo city park, this was a very good place to spend a couple of days while we were visiting the area. It was very quiet and relaxing. Park was clean and well-maintained. Dish satellite, AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi worked very well here. There is also easy access to shopping, restaurants, etc. from here. Hosts are friendly and welcoming. We are already planning our next stay in this park.

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This was a good place to stop for the night while passing through. The park managers are very helpful and seem to want to make their guests happy. Our site was large enough and pretty level even though it was on the side of a hill. We had to put boards under one of the tires, but we do in most campgrounds, so that was nothing new. There was a large area for walking our dog which was a plus. AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi worked very well here. The RV park has its own WiFi, but it was down when we were there, so we couldn't try it. We will stay here again when we pass through on I-40.

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There are several camping loops in this park, but only a few have electricity. About half of those also have water. Sites are well-spaced and good sized for the most part. A couple of the sites are a bit on the short side, however. Dish TV worked well here as did AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi. Most sites have covered picnic tables and grills. We will consider staying here again if we are in the area.

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This was our first time at this New Mexico state park. What a great place. The sites were very big and most had covered picnic tables for shade. The park is spread over a large area and has several camping loops, some with electricity and water, some that were primitive. The sites on the lake were mostly primitive camping. There is a host on site and she was friendly enough and made a few trips through the park each day to see if anyone needed anything. Dish TV worked well here as did AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi. We have definitely added this to our list of places to stay again.

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This is a really nice campground in Amarillo. Sites were well spaced. Ours had grass, which the dog liked. There is also a dog run which she really enjoyed. Water pressure is a little strong, so be careful with that. Washers (there are 4) are new and large. The dryers (also 4) do a great job of drying the clothes. Laundry is on the expensive side, but the equipment makes it worth it. Staff is very friendly. The coffee pot is always on. Donuts in the morning weren't that great. They looked and tasted stale, but that's about the only negative we had. If they had activities in the park (exercise classes, game nights, etc.), we would consider staying for a month or so.

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Great place for a stop over on the way to/from Texas. Our rate was for Passport America, which is good for 2 nights. There are sites with 30 amp service and sites with 50 amp service. Our site had 30 amp, so it was cheaper. Sites are good sized and most have trees. Picnic tables are lacking in this park, but there are a few. Most sites had shade trees. Dish TV worked well here as did AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi. We will stay here again when passing through the area.

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There are lots of sites in this campground. Some are on grass, others are on gravel. The newer sites with 50 amp service are on gravel and they are pull-throughs. Some of the sites on grass also have 50 amp service. You need to check the individual sites to see what type of service each has. Warning, some of the electrical hook ups on the grass sites are not in good shape with exposed wires, etc. Also, not all sites have picnic tables.

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Campground is on a lake. It would be nice if there were a few more signs giving directions to the campground, but after driving around the lake, we figured it out. Sites are large and level. There is water and electricity on the RV sites. Some also have sewer. If you don't have a site with sewer, there is a dump station at the other end of the park. There is no mention of this in the campground, however. We asked one of the park employees and he told us where it was. You have to take the road (Elm St.) through the golf course until you get to Country Club. The dump station is on the left hand side.

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This is our favorite Corps of Engineers campground near Fort Gibson and Wagoner OK. The Corps is working on making improvements in the park and it shows. All sites now have water spigots. Some sites have been removed, making the existing sites larger. The Corps has laid new asphalt on about half the sites, making them wider and more level. Sites that have not been repaved are in good shape. There is a beach and boat launch here. AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi worked well. Dish was hit and miss, but we got the local channels OTA. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount.

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This campground is okay for a night or two. The roads are easy to navigate and sites are well-spaced and large enough. Most sites have shade trees. The Corps of Engineers is working to improve the park. Host at gate wasn't especially helpful or friendly. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount.

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It looks like the Corps is giving this campground a facelift. They are removing some sites and making new ones, spaced farther apart. The only problem here is the lack of shade trees. The sites are great, but shade is a must in Oklahoma in August. Camp host is very friendly and helpful. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. Would stay here again if we could get a site with shade on it.

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This is an older Corps of Engineers campground. Most sites are close together, which is not to our liking. Some of the turns within the campground are a little tight, which may be a problem for larger rigs. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. There are several Corps parks in the area and next time we would try another one.

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This is an older COE campground that has its good and bad points. The good: most sites are well-spaced and you have plenty of room to spread out. The bad: the pads are rather narrow and there is not much paved area when you walk out of your camper door. If you want a water site, come early in the week as they are not reservable. No sewer sites, only dump station. The reservable sites are all on the interior of the campground loop. Sites in the non-electric loop could use some TLC. They are paved, but the pavement is breaking up badly on some of them. Cell service (AT&T), Verizon MiFi and Dish TV worked well at this campground.

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COE park with some full service sites. Most have plenty of shade, which is important in Kansas in August. Sites on the lake cost $2 more than regular full service sites. Not sure if it's worth it or not, because the forest is pretty dense. We did get our Dish satellite to work as well as our Verizon MiFi. AT&T phones, however, were useless. Had to go into town to make a phone call or get text messages.