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I was early for my Yellowstone National Park reservations so I decided to stay at Wind River RV Park. This is a no frills campground. I used my RPI membership to stay here. The campground is between managers at this time August 2015. I called the number on the office building and found a campsite. Friendly campers told me the owner will get back to me and eventually she did. Our at&t wifi hotspot didn't work here. The at&t cell phone service was good. The campground has a washer and dryer area. An osprey nest is located near the entrance of the park. This is a small campground. I found the campers friendly. We met a nice couple here. I saw a few permanent residences. There is a German Shepard that walks around the park unleashed but he didn't bother our Yorkshire terrier or us. I was busy exploring the area. I would stay here again.

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This is a no frills campground. I used my Passport America membership and paid $16.00 a night for full hookups. The person that checked me in was polite and friendly. The wifi was fast. The hookups worked great. We used the campground as a homebase to visit the Great Sand Dunes National Park, Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge & the UFO Watchtower.

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I had a nice site on a concrete pad. We used blocks to get level. The wifi was fast. The camp host gave us a tour of the casino. She even helped us get our players cards. We visited Chimmey Rock National Monument during our stay. The inside pool at the casino was warm. I would stay here again.

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I stayed at Durango Fairgrounds in July. The camp area is clean. The staff is friendly. My site was level. The utilities are on the wrong side but we have long cords so that doesn't bother us. If it bothers you, the staff might let you hook up to another site if you ask. I would stay here again. The fairground is in a good location to explore Durango. I liked it.

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I stayed at Las Mesa RV Park in Cortez, Co in July. I used my Passport America membership for one night. It's a good place to camp while exploring Mesa Verde National Park. The campground is small. The campground has children playing in the grass areas at the park. My site was level. The internet was fast. The laundry facility had one washer and one dryer. The campground is clean. The staff is friendly. I would stay here again.

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I stayed at Sam's Town KOA campground in July. The park doesn't have a shuttle to the casino so you must walk in the heat to the casino. There is a shuttle to the strip but I didn't use it. The sites are close together. The staff was fine. I paid $26.00 for a 30amp campsite. I had to park front first into the site The pool was a good temperature with shade areas throughout. The campsites are gravel.

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I stayed here for one night in my 33ft motorhome. The site was a pull-thru with 50amps. The front desk clerk was friendly and informative. The site was level. The dog park had two areas one for big dogs and one for little dogs. The pool at the casino was wonderful. The beach area looked inviting. I would stay here again. I stayed here one night.

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I stayed here using my Passport America membership. I paid $25.00 for a 50amp pull thru site. The campground was quiet. It a great place to stay while exploring the area. The front desk clerk was friendly she showed us several restaurant to eat at in Williams, AZ. My site was level. The other campers were great people. We stayed here in our 33ft motorhome. I visited the Grand Canyon National Park and Wupatki National Monument.

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The site was level. We were given a pull thru site. We didn't have to unhook our jeep because the site was perfect for one night. The pool was clean. The spa was fabulous. The dog area was fine our little yorkie was good with it. The front desk clerk was so friendly. I like it here and hope to come here another time. My Passport America is only good for the Summer.

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We stayed At Cherry Valley Lakes in Beaumont, CA using our RPI Gold membership. I was happy to find a campground site on a holiday weekend. I liked the friendly people, nice yard decorations, great kitchen, clubhouse comfortable, escorted to site, full hookups for $10 dollars a night. The cons of the campground are tight sites, unlevel sites, freeway noise. Its camping on a slope. The staff was wonderful. I have no real complaints for $10 dollars a night on a holiday weekend. The fried chicken & cheeseburger meals are terrific for the price. If you attend the ice cream social be prepared for big portions of tasty banana splits, sundaes and floats. The comfortable atmosphere is a breathe of fresh air. I didn't feel like a nameless stranger here after attending a dinner in the clubhouse. My lesson learned here is get out and talk to people.

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The staff & camper are friendly. The place is clean. The shuttle bus is a gem. The shuttle goes to the casino, hotel and a bus stop. When it wasn?t raining the dog park was a great place for conversation. I'm very happy with this RV park. We hope to come back here again using our Passport America membership.

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The staff & campers are friendly. The sites are tight and some are filled with burrs. (watch out doggies) On Saturday, we spent most of the day at Joshua Tree National Park. This campground is a good base camp for exploring the area. The freeway is close to the campground. Also, I heard a train going by during the day & at night. Watch for wind alerts when driving to Palm Springs. I enjoyed so many things about this resort. I like talking with the staff and other campers.I had a good laugh seeing a public pay phone in the pool area. I enjoyed walking the perimeter of the park. Swimming in the pool & hanging out in the spa with the friendly campers. Its very calming to look at all the palm trees in the park. Overall, I would like to come back here and city campground.

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The sites are tight, level and clean. This is our first parking lot campground. We usually like a more natural setting and cheaper campgrounds but we were both raised in southern California so we enjoy some beach time once in a while. I’m glad we came. The beach is beautiful here. The location is good for exploring Coronado, Point Loma Lighthouse, Cabrillo Monument and birding at the Fort Rosecrans Cemetery. This is our first California State Beach in our motorhome. I’m very happy with the staff and fellow campers here. Campers brought their own campfire pits so I saw several different campfire pits in the campgrounds. I would come back if we had a site on the ocean or if we came with a group of people.

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This campground is small but sweet. The lake access sites are great for smaller rigs. The level sites for big rigs are on the top of the campground. The views of the lake are terrific here. If you have a kayaks bring it. We had a good time with my sister’s kayak. The staff keep the campground clean. I saw fishing boats, water skiing boats & kayaks on the lake. The birding was good. We had a nice time with our friends camping at Canyon Lake. If we're invited back I would love to camp here again.

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We had a good time at this Thousand Trails preserve. The staff and campers were friendly. On Saturday morning we drove to seaport village and had a nice lunch at Pier Cafe. The campground is great for early morning or early evening walking (level walking areas). Dutch Oven cooking is welcome so we cooked a pumpkin cake. The electricity went out for a few hours on Saturday afternoon. Its wasn't too hot outside so we sat outside enjoying the birds. There are many campsites for our 33' rig. The streets are good for us to move around in and we found a level site with trees behind us for good birding. We will be back to this park.