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Great atmosphere being up in the mountains. Best RV Park in RR for sure. Pine trees and Cottonwoods line the park offering significant shade. Recently graveled spaces. They have relaxed some of the prior rules around the park including unlocking the restroom doors and eliminating the need for deposits for the card key for entrance gate.

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A very nice campground on the Army post of Ft. Huachuca and is open to guests but you must register at the front gate prior to admittance to the base. The RV park is very reasonable priced and is basic in most respects. The concrete pads made leveling the RV easy. Drives are all asphalt through out the park. A pool is available on the post, but not at the campground. Due to a change in weed control, the campground has a significant problem with goat head burrs.

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Registration process while it went smooth, the attendant was not helpful and in response to a few questions was rude and unfriendly. We arrived after hours, the campsite was dirt and basic. All we used was elec. and the restrooms, while clean were dated. There is nothing special about this campground.

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Campground on a peninsula overlooking Lake Tenkiller. Easy access to water. Sites are basic with water and electric. Some sites share water spigots. Fully tree lined asphalt access road and sites. Sites level with hookups correctly laid out for back-in parking. Strayhorn Marina close by as well as swimming beach, boat ramp for campers use, and no real strict parking so can have your boat or jet ski up near the RV. Restrooms with no a/c, but clean. Campground gate closes nightly 10:00 PM for security. Online reservation is the easiest way to secure a site. Reserved and first come sites available. No dog park.

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Gravel drive and parking. Asphalt entrance. Decent spacing between RV's with ample room for awning & slides. The site we stayed in was designed to be a MH pull in with the utilities at the entrance to the space. Not a problem as we had an extra long 50A extension cord. Pool was open but too cold to use. Not heated. Guided to our site with parking assistance. Great owners. Obviously they take pride in their property.

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Asphalt roads inside the RV park, which are very tight and tree lined. Good amount of shade. No check in was required with a call ahead reservations. No guns or alcohol allowed in the park. Restrooms are aged, but were clean. Trash cans located on most sites with pick up daily. Ice, fire wood and etc. at the store. Most sites have elec., but few sites have sewer. Our site #32 (back-in, asphalt parking, no sewer) was just barely long enough for our 37' 5er to fit, was sloped required leveling blocks, but most sites appeared to be reasonably level. Great fall colors and it was fun to experience the falling leaves through the day. Great hikes for the grandkids. Don't miss visiting this state park.

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Called ahead for reservations. It was nice they didn't require payment ahead of our stay. Little to no delay at check in. We camped on the river side. Sites were basic, but adequate. No trees or shade. Power worked as expected. Didn't use the water. Roads into and on the campgrounds are dirt and very dusty. Sites are a combo of gravel and concrete pads. We had a pad. The best thing about this RV park is the view of the Mississippi River ... "amazing". Just sat on a bench and watched the barges go by on the hour.

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Dirt and grass spaces. Owner allowed us a late check in. Somewhat questionable surroundings. No security. Will not be back.

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Our family has stayed at this campground many times over the years. By far the best RV Park in Red River. Customer service ... outstanding, although the registration process seems to be new to the employees as it was confusing and required multiple phone calls to sort out the exact details and make sure the right site and dates were confirmed. Firewood was delivered to the site, and stacked. Would give the Park a higher rating but they simply lack some amenities we expect at a top rated park. This is a really good RV Park, well worth the price. I am sure it will only get better over time.

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A not-so-large resort on top of a ridge overlooking the area around Eureka Springs. Exceptionally clean. Provided a late check-in process, as we arrived after 10 PM. Wonderful pool, refreshingly on the cool side. Great place to relax, park the truck and take the bus around town (a stop on the property). A quiet experience with helpful and friendly registration and check-in folks. Best RV park in the area.

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Stayed at Roadrunner RV over the Memorial Day holiday, and generally the campgrounds were about 50% occupied. But, the biker rally in town for the holiday made the town feel max'd out. While the Resort has a few nice amenities, it lacks a pool and hot tub. You would expect these at a 10 rated park. WiFi worked, but slow. Saw the Resort now offers cable TV, but we did not use it. Resort grounds were fantastic, well cared for, and clean. Restrooms were spotless clean and updated since our last visit (painted). We were located in site 90 along the river, but has the power, water and sewer connects all the way to the back of the site. Bring extra lengths of water and sewer hoses for this site. A local BBQ restaurant provided a portable trailer on the grounds that served sandwiches. Met the new campground owners. Fantastic folks. Very high service philosophy. It was a nice touch that when we purchased firewood from the office for the evening, the manager had the wood delivered, unloaded and stacked near the fire pit. All in all, a campground worth visiting.

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Dogwood campgrounds were nice, site was concrete and level, good condition asphalt interior roads, lots of grass between sites. Bathrooms were old, tired and badly needing updating. While site power pedestal provided 50 AMP power, only the 30 AMP worked. Would return and camp here again.

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We have stayed in this RV Park several times. Bring an extension cord if you are required to plug into power on the opposite side of the RV. Water pressure strong. Great views of the lake, quiet park, reasonable rules. Slips available to tie up a boat/jet ski. Gravel/dirt roads and parking spots. Grassy median on the peninsula with a decent number of large trees for shade. Excellent stay. Plan to stay at this resort every time at Grand Lake.

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We love this park and feel it is the best in SF. Not having a pool or hot tube, being a desert park, is a deduct in our view. Bathrooms immaculate! Not so friendly staff. We have stayed here before. Our site was not particularly level and required some blocks to get the 5er level. Fantastic hilltop desert views, especially at night with the SF lights in the distance. WiFi worked, albeit slow. Very quiet park.

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Rate reflects the Good Sam discount. This campground continues not to disappoint! We managed to call after hours to get a spot at the last minute and after a returned phone call (10 minutes tops)we had reservations. Lot's of amenities for kids. Staff had exceptional attitudes. Elec worked as supposed to with very stable power. Concrete level parking pad. Lot's of space between sites. This was a great camping experience! We camp here regularly (2x this year).