Freedom Bus

  • Review Count 101
  • States Reviewed 21
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This is the best park in the area. Large gravel sites with concrete patios. There are a lot of permanent residents, but everything is neat and tidy. Office personnel was very friendly and helpful. Good 50 amp service. We could not have asked for more in this area.

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Rayford Crossing is one of our favorite parks. They have long level concrete sites with patio & table. Personnel are very helpful and friendly. Great location out of the commotion of Houston. Grounds are very well kept. Driveways have wide turning radius. No negatives at this stop.

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We stayed in the Executive section of the park and it is was great. Long level, concrete pull-in sites with room in between spaces. We overlooked the water from our patio with table & chairs. Location is out of town and quiet. Verizon service is almost nonexistent. We did not use any of the facilities.

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Great location only 5 miles from Riverwalk, Alamo, etc. Very clean park with friendly personnel. Sites are long and level and allowed for satellite service. Area is industrial but location makes up for it.

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What a great park! We chose an extra long pull thru and were amazed at the amount of space we had. Level, wide sites, good 50 amps. Streets are wide and easy to maneuver even with a big rig. It is only 1 mile to Old Mesilla and its great restaurants. Very efficient & friendly check-in. This is definitely the best place in Las Cruces!

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If you like tight quarters, no grass and almost all seasonal rigs then this is the place for you. The only thing remotely green here is the name. The word RV "Resort" does not apply. The lots are tight, small pea gravel and many are not level. Check-in parking is extremely tight. We did not use any of their facilities. Wi-fi is not free if you stay a week. The park is very clean and well kept. Be sure to know your directions as the roads have changed and your GPS will not get you here.

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Our stay at Westworld was very enjoyable. Our 45' motorhome fit very nicely in the Polo Field area. Our dog loved having the huge polo field of green grass right behind us. This area is away from the events and very quiet. Access is easy. Good 50 amps and water. No sewer but there is a dump station on other side of the complex. A quiet oasis in the middle of busy Scottsdale. Check-in is located in the back of the complex. Best option is to park as soon as you turn into Westworld from Pima Rd. There is a big parking lot on the right. Disconnect and drive your towed vehicle down to the RV Operations Center to check in. If you are located in the Polo Field area you will not have to turn your motorhome around and come back.

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This is a great stopover park along I-40. Long sites; no need to unhook. Good 50 amp service. Very clean.

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This is a terrific park! We live only 40 miles away but decided to spend a week at this beautiful park. The setting amongst the saguaros and mountains is so beautiful. They have many hiking trails. The sites have gravel base, good 50 amps, water and lots of room. We are a 45' motorhome so not all sites are large enough but we had no problem with the site we chose or any of the roads. It only gets a 9 because there is no sewer, but they do have a clean dump station. Sites are very large and clean with table & fire pit. It is a little bit of a drive out here but definitely worth it for the experience. Go slow on the dips on the entrance road.

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Everything about Pechanga is excellent. Pull thrus are long and concrete. Grass between sites. Good 50 amps. Everything is clean and well maintained. You can walk (or they will take you) to the casino. We did not use any of their facilities.

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Great overnight spot between Phoenix & LA. Nice long level pull-thru sites with grass. Good turning radius throughout park. Good 50 amps. Personnel was friendly and park is clean. Some freeway noise.

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This is a newer park along I-10. Everything looked clean & well kept. Nice personnel gave us a choice of lots & escorted us. Turning radius on roads is good for 45 footer. They have taken some shorter lots and turned them into very long pull thrus. They have activities, etc., however, we did not participate. Good 50 amps. Mountain and sunset views are beautiful!

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It is always a pleasure to return to LVM Resort. The streets are wide, the flowers are blooming and the grass is green. The pools are sparkling. Personnel is friendly & helpful and makes you feel welcome. It is short drive to the Strip or a quicker drive to Silverton Casino for fun. The on-site diner has great breakfasts at reasonable prices. 24 hour security. It is well worth the price.

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We came here on Passport America which is reflected in the price. It is a value at the Passport America rate; however, I would not pay full price to stay here. This is an older, well kept park with very wide streets which are needed to maneuver into their big rig sites. You are given 2 sites (for the price of 1) in order to fit; however, you must maneuver between the electrical boxes depending on your length. With a little patience it is no problem. Sites are wide enough to accommodate 4 slides. Good 50 amps. We did not use their facilities.

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Very nice park with level grassy sites with a concrete pad outside your door. It has wide streets for easy maneuvering. Good satellite access. Personnel were very helpful & friendly at check-in. It sits along the Kern River, which is currently dry, but it makes for a nice quiet view. We did not use any of their facilities but the park is clean and well kept. Easy access from Hwy 99.