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Watch the turn coming into the park - there is an island that you you can't see until you are partially in the driveway. Also makes it a bit 'skinny' when exiting with you coach/RV. This is a lovely, well maintained park with easy access to I26. We were in a pull thru that had trees blocking our satellite dish and they sent maintenance over quickly to trim the branches back. Wifi and all connections worked and we had a very enjoyable week here. We weren't really ready to leave when it was time to go, which is unusual for us! We will definitely be back.

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Booked on line prior to arrival and paid $30 a night. On arrival was asked if either of us was of 'senior age', husband is, so was given a $5 a night refund! Had to pay a one time $5 day use fee which covered us for our entire 5 night stay. You pick your own site here upon arrival. We ended up in #12 - 50 amp and water with lots of room. It was one of the few spots in the park that had a clear sky for our roof mounted satellite dish.

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$28 a night Monday-Wednesday. $32 for Thursday-Sunday. We paid 1/2 price with our America the Beautiful ( senior ) pass. Located about 10 miles off I985 and about 30 miles north of Atlanta. Nice, clean, COE park. Roads are paved and easily accessible to any size rig. Sites are laid out in along a number of 'spurs', some are open and some are not. Some are pull thrus, some a back in. Most have a view of the lake and may or may not have easy access to it! Each restroom building contains one washer & dryer - .75 each to use, a nice surprise! The park is dry, and you have to sign on check in that you understand that rule. The reason for my 8 rating is that they lock a gate here at 10:30pm and open it at 7:00am. If you want to return later than that you have to park outside and walk in - this is 'technically' not allowed but had 'never' been a problem. This put a bit of a hitch in a few of our plans! Besides that, it's a wonderful place to stay!

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We stayed here with our RPI membership and paid $12 a night for a fullhookup, 50 amp site. ($10 for 30 amp) 50 amp sites are closest to I75 and the road noise is very noticeable, but we had no problems with sleeping or watching TV. We saw the train tracks, you have to cross them to get to the campground, but we never heard a train in our 5 day stay. Interior roads are gravel as are the site pads. Campground itself is well maintained and grass was in good shape. Staff was efficient and we wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

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I really like this park and I think it may be my first '10' rating! Easy access off I95, I would recommend following the parks directions rather than the GPS - the turns are a bit easier doing it this way. Mostly paved pullthrus with full hookups and cable. Be sure and connect everything at the white tower that has the power/cable & water connection. The faucet at some of the sites is for landscaping purposes and uses reclaimed water, it can be confusing! Wifi worked well and laundry was reasonably priced. All sites are landscaped and open for satellite connectivity. I think the back in sites along the pond may provide a bigger patio area.

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This is a membership park that is also open to the public. We pay $0 a night, not sure what the public rate would be. Large park with a mix of 30 and 50 amp sites, along with pull thrus and back ins. Water and sewer hookups at the sites. Most sites are gravel and/or gravel & dirt. Area is in a drought so the 'grass' is very dry and not a lot of green, which makes it quite dusty. We stayed twice, once in February and again in April. Check in process was different each time, I would recommend calling ahead of time to find out where to go on arrival, it will definitely make a difference! On both of our visits the water was shut off several times with no warning at all, so you want to be sure and fill your fresh water tanks on arrival. Laundry facility is clean but pricey and you have to purchase tokens at the machine on site, which only takes paper money. We will stay here again because it is no cost for us, not sure I would stay at the public rate however!

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We used this park as a jumping off point to visit Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding area. We were in the back section, which is wide open so we had no problems with satellite connectivity. Parked across from the bathroom put us in direct Wi-fi connection, which worked just fine for us during our stay - not speedy by any means, and we had to reconnect every time with logged on, but it worked for checking emails, etc. Good Verizon service as well. Sites and interior roadways are paved and easily travelled. Site is 50 amp full hookup. The sewer hookups on the sites in this section ( sites 61-83 ) are located towards the very front of the sites which requires a very long sewer hose or sections connected together ( we saw as many as 4 connected in order to reach ). Quiet at night with every kind of service you may need located just outside the gate. We would recommend staying here and would come back again.

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$27 a night once taxes, etc are figured into the nightly rate. We booked several months ahead of time as the campground is popular and it was full during our entire stay. There are a handful of 50 amp sites, they are: 6, 8 ,10, 24, 42, 44, 45, 47, 49, 51, and 54. These sites do not have sewer hookups, The majority of the 30 amp sites do have sewer. There are two restroom buildings, each of which has a washer & dryer available for use at $1 each. They are available 24/7 and located outside. I found this a very nice, convenient surprise. Our Verizon phones worked as did our Mi-fi card. The park is heavily treed and sites are very large and private. We were not able to get our roof mounted satellite to connect but got all the major networks on our over the air antennea. This is a beautiful park and we wish we would have had more time here, 4 nights was not long enough!

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$24 a night when all the various taxes and fees are added. Good 30 amp service with water at sites. Some are paved, some are packed sand. Some are open, some are shaded. Interior roads are easily accessible and paved. Verizon worked well here. All back in sites. This is a very nice, quiet campground close enough to the beach and attractions the area has to offer but far enough away to be peaceful and dark at night. Yes, NAS Pensacola is close by and the planes to tend to fly over but I find it patriotic rather than noisy!

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This is our go to park whenever we visit the New Orleans area. All the sites are similar in size and 'levelness'. If you need to do laundry you may want to chose a site close to the restroom buildings as that is where the free machines are - yes, free! 50 amp and water at sites with an accessible when departing dump station. Verizon and Satellite access is not a problem. The park does have Wifi but we were not able to connect to it from our site. Rates are increasing on 03/01/2017 to $25 a night with a big bump to $33 a night for weekends! Still a good value given it's proximity to New Orleans and other attractions.

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Dry camping at a city park along the banks of the South LLano River. Directions: From East bound Interstate 10. Take exit 456 and follow it into the town of Junction ( it becomes main street ). You will see a bridge that crosses the Llano River, just before crossing it turn to the left and go down to the river, this is the City Park - AKA: Schreiner Park. There are a few wides spots off the road and a couple of 'pull thurs' in the trees, pick one and enjoy a peaceful evening. When you leave in the morning, go over the bridge and travel a few miles before reconnecting with Interstate 10 east bound!

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Stayed here overnight and found the price to be a bit on the high side. Yes, it is a nice park with pullthrus and full hookups. Wifi didn't work at the site and the hot tub never got hot enough. Checked out in the morning before the office opened and there was no place to leave the card keys we had been given to access the restrooms/laundry. Given the price and the fact that it was just a pit stop for us I don't think we would stay here again.

     

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Ajo Heights RV Park

Ajo, Arizona

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Called and made a reservation several months ahead of time as we were visiting in the high season. Park was full during our stay with the section of pull thrus we were assigned to being the only area that people came and went from. Asked to pay by check or cash on arrival. With Good Sam discount rate was $31.50 a night. This is a beautiful, well maintained small campground. We were greeted by the owner and given a map as well as a recommendation of things to do in the area and information on shopping, etc. Full hookups and good Verizon service. No problems with our roof mounted satellite dish. We checked out all the other options for camping in and around town - everything from boon docking in the BLM area to other commercial campgrounds and we feel this is the best bet in town. Would definitely recommend it!

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First things first....the directions to the RV park. Coming in from the North, when you exit at the Historic Old Bisbee exit the RV Park is directly in front of you. The RV park is visible and is located above the parking lot for the Queen Mine. We pulled in to the parking lot and disconnected our car from the coach as the turn up to the RV park is a bit tight. We had called a few months ahead of time for a reservation and are glad we did as the park was consistently full during our visit. The office wasn't open when we arrived but our site # was listed on the door. We had a 50 amp full hookup site with good satellite reception and cell service. I was also pleased with the washer/dryers, 2 of each. They were reasonably priced, clean and worked well. We would stay here again and would recommend this as a place to stay while visiting the area.

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First of all, be sure and follow the directions given by the campground. Our GPS tried to take us off at exit #12 which would have put us on residential streets and over a weight restricted bridge we would have been to heavy for. This is a nice state park. We had no problems with leveling or with trees. Traveling the interior roads was also not a problem. 50 amp and water only with an easily accessible dump station either coming or going. Our roof mounted satellite worked and our Verizon mi-fi and phones worked, but with limited ( slow ) connectivity. The night skies were dark and it was very peaceful. It was busy during the weekend but about half empty during the week. We would stay here again, and would recommend it. And, we are not birders!