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Efficient check in. Great gift shop in office. Rate was for 30 amp; all hookups fine per my husband. Gravel sites with table on tiles. Dog loved laying out in sun. Some stickers in walking area. Quiet except for two aircraft during one nite stay. Located west end of airport. Met our needs.

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Busy campground; call ahead; we were able to extend a day. Camp fee makes this a great location to commute between Albuquerque and Santa Fee. Not a resort, but provided us a great dog walking campground, over the air TV channels numerous, no wifi. Water and electric hookups are on either side of traveled RV site; that long hose is a must; Home Depot west of campground. Hot water shower is push button and plentiful. Quiet, well spaced with indoor-outdoor carpet "Grass" at your door. Great views and an easy walk to historic area on site. Only negative is the business of Hwy 550 and need to turn right to exit then get over onto left lanes to do a turn around to head east.

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Our 3rd time at Desert Edge. Meets our needs: location, mountain biking/hiking, spring baseball, dog friendly; even has a dog wash area. We spent a week. Ladies restroom had one of two showers under repair. The one shower drained poorly. The water restrictor is excessive, meaning a slower water flow. Reported this, but nothing done. 2nd shower returned to service with similar low flow water. Not an issue with previous stays. This is a busy campground. Rigs fairly close. Cement pad; picnic table; good landscaping. Plenty of space to walk dogs. Good over the air TV. No cable/WiFi.

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Older quiet camp. South end Tucson. Hookups easy. Sites level. Great area to dog walk. Great shower heads with hot water. Met our needs. We extended 2 days. Fairly full camp with slots opening and refilling. NOTE: the office closes @ 5-6pm. No late self check-ins. Next morning when we called for availability we were able to check in right away. Very accommodating. Social activities per bulletins. Cable TV with good connection but about dozen channels. TBS for March Madness is all we needed! Nice park up the street. That night before, we boondocked across from nearby Pilot Truck Stop at TTT. Every night loaded with big rigs and some RVs. Worked for us. We hike/mountain bike, and Sweetwater Park just NE of downtown allows dogs. The cactus are blooming.

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Last campground between Lafayette and Baton Rouge. Has easy access/right off interstate...thus a bit noisy, BUT once in, the noise is NOT bad. Treed/ grassed. Beautiful setting. Very clean. Fenced dog area. Police car patrols this gated park. Web site nicely defines amenities. We stayed just the night and it was perfect. Good Wi-Fi and antenna TV reception. Yes, we would stay again. Gave it a 9 due to interstate noise, but a "10" for access because it saves you gas and time! Walmart across the street.

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So glad we found it as their callback came after we were already hooked up. The campground sign is big but faded...at 45 mph (outskirts of town) we did a U-turn as had passed it. Set off the road on private homestead, just a gem. Note, this is the ONLY campground north of Burlington CO south of Julesburg. Burlington's campground was a deserted inner city campsite! Good Wi-Fi signal; good antenna TV reception. The owners might want to post a sign in bathrooms or tell people at check in that the bathroom/ shower door knob is a twist lock. Had never encountered one before; not rocket science to figure out; did so after my shower!! Would come again. Very friendly place; long term oil workers, but overnight spaces were available. Dog liked it too.