Greg & Lois

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This is a park dedicated to those that are staying here permanently. Most of those are in very, very poor condition. Overall, the park is dusty and dirty. The "dog walk" is a dust hole and would be a mud hole if it should rain. The web page and the park pamphlet call it an adult park but there are families here with small children. We will not return to this park.

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We found this park to be one of the friendliest parks we have stayed in. We enjoyed our potlucks for Thanksgiving and Christmas with the park providing the turkeys. Management listened to all concerns or complaints and takes corrective action when necessary. The sites are very large with plenty of room for vehicles. Security is always out and about even at night, so we felt very safe. We have already booked for next year to stay again.

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Another park of mostly permanents. Some were clean and some were quite a mess. No one was friendly including the management. The "club house" was dark and uninviting and the television did not work. The only good thing about this park was the laundry room. Overall we found it quite depressing and will not return.


Alamo RV Park

Alamo, Nevada

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This is a very clean park with level sites. The owners were very considerate and kind. We were led to our site, and he assisted my husband getting pulled in. The wifi is better than most we have been in. Someone had posted this was an RV park with lots of garbage from the permanent residents, but that isn't so. Maybe they were in a different park? We would stay here again on our travels.