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We have stayed here many times in the past. It is convenient in and out. This time the cable is not working, the wifi won't connect and the shower was responding to the water in the restrooms and laundry. Went from very hot to cold and back several times. Next time I will not plan on using these facilities and then I won't be disappointed.

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The ad in Woodall's for this campground always looked inviting. The reality is the amenities are many but the sites and roadways are way too narrow for big rigs. Our four slides are intruding on our neighbors. Leaving will require a less than 90 degree turn in either direction so we're not sure how this is going to work. There are trains nearby but didn't disturb my sleep. The Wi-Fi is spotty so I'm using my own. I doubt we would stay here again.

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We love this campground. The sites are the most spacious we've ever stayed in. Clean, big bath houses (25 cents for shower). There are no sewers but honey wagon available. With week's stay, pumping out is free. Weekend activities for kids, lake for swimming. Limited shade. Quiet as a church mouse at night. Big sturdy fire rings. Patrolled by sheriffs constantly. We stay here each year.

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This is a nice park with good amenities. However, the $23 rate reflects a half off coupon I found on the internet. For the regular rate of $46 I would expect an escort to my site, wider roads, a table without having to ask for one, a patio large enough to accommodate that table and still let me get out the door, room for my awning, FREE WiFi (not $5/day and didn't work all that well), cable TV with some digital channels instead of all analog and office workers who weren't using curse words at the counter. Without the coupon, I wouldn't stay here again.

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Rate was actually $0, reflecting an August promotion. Wonderful campground but lacks shade. Everything else is terrific. Huge sites, lovely baths and laundry. Any time but summer would be delightful here. Crickets are a problem at night in the summer. They are all over the place. I'd stay here again.

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This has become a Jellystone Park so there are lots of kids especially on weekends. It is confusing to get here and the Trailer Life directions aren't specific enough for someone not familiar with the area. Sites are short for longer rigs but doable. Pretty easy in and out. My biggest gripe is the Wi-Fi. It simply isn't reliable. I tried in my rig, on the porch and in the office without success. When I finally did connect early in the morning, the access code was no good even though it said good for 3 days and expired the next week. Staff is pleasant and I'd stay again but not on a weekend.

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This campground is run by the nicest couple. However, it lacks amenities. Sites are in a gravel field, side by side hook-ups. If full, it would be VERY crowded. One small room that is laundry and bathroom. Your laundry could be held hostage by someone taking a shower! $1 for 8 minute shower. 15 cents per KWH over 20 per day. With A/C, that's going to happen. Far from White Sands Monument. OK for overnight but that's about it.

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The price reflects the weekly rate. We chose this park because it has Wi-Fi and cable TV: but neither one worked for us. We had to use our outside antenna for local channels and go to the breakfast room to get Wi-Fi even though we were parked under an antenna. The breakfast, laundry, restrooms, pool, etc., are very nice. But we really wanted good TV and Wi-Fi for the week. This is not out of the ordinary however, we have been in many parks that advertise cable TV and Wi-Fi only to find neither one works acceptably.

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Nice new park, very convenient to Mesa Verde National Park. Decent Wi-Fi and a new pool. Easy in-and-out with no road noise. We would stay here again.

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Easy in-and-out campground just south of town. Road noise was not a problem. However, there is not a lick of shade and in the 100+ heat, this mattered. But the PA rate makes it a good deal. If I was paying full price I'd stay at Spanish Trails a little south of here. Great Wi-Fi.

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For the price I would think you would get better than gravel roads and sites, no pool, no cable and spotty Wi-Fi. They did have wonderful restrooms, a nice view and a convenient location. Spaces on top, by the office are spacious. Would not want to be in the back, down the hill: very, very tight down there. We probably would stay again.

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This park is conveniently located to town; however, it is the most discombobulated layout I've ever encountered. Sites 1-4, where we were, are such that you can only leave with the cooperation of your neighbors. Each morning there was the pick-up shuffle. I don't think I would stay here again.

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Beautiful and clean park. However, if you are over 30 ft and pulling a toad or have a tow vehicle, your ability to stay hooked up is minimal. We would stay here again.

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PA is no longer honored in July. Wi-fi worked OK. No antenna TV at all. Verizon phone service good. Many holes from gophers could cause ankle injury. Sites are barely gravel anymore. Lots of road noise especially in front row. Sites, bathhouse and laundry is all that is there. Good price for convenience to Yellowstone. Not sure if we would stay here again.

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Our reservation for two pull-thrus, because we did not want to unhook, wasn't honored. We had to accept one back-in and use an orange cone in front of our truck. The water ran brown when we first turned it on. One of three dryers in the laundry had dry clothes in it so I moved them to the folding table and put my wet clothes in. I discovered it didn't work after 30 minutes of waiting. When I told the manager he said they keep clothes in the dryer so people "will know it is out of order." What? I suggested a sign. Apparently they keep clothes on top of the first washer for the same reason. The interstate noise isn't terrible. Haven't heard the train yet. I was unable to get their wifi to even register on my computer. I'd prefer to stop someplace else but if there wasn't anything nearby, I'd bite the bullet and stay again.