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We made reservations early in the afternoon and were told the pull-thru sites for big rigs were almost all full and we got the last one. When we pulled in, there were several open sites that remained open until the time we pulled out the next morning (?). The roads were fairly narrow with tight turns but did not pose a problem for our 40' rig. Staff was friendly and we were escorted to our site. Our site was level gravel/grass, plenty wide enough for our slides and utilities were conveniently located. We did park our truck in front of the restrooms as instructed by our guide, since the site was a little short. We did not use the restrooms/showers but stopped in to check them out and they were great! The one by our site was small - 2 toilets and 2 showers - but extremely clean and well-kept. All utilities, including cable and wi-fi, worked well. The pool was just being opened but was nice-sized and very clean. There is a dog park but we didn't take the time to visit it. We come through this area fairly often and would definitely stay here again.

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We got to this park fairly late on a Saturday night when a Halloween party was going on. They were extremely full and all roads were crowded going in. We were escorted to our site which was not at all level. They were squeezing RVs in to every available area, even those that were not actually sites. We actually had to back out of our site the next morning because the roads were so narrow that we were not able to pull out and make the turn on to the road. Staff was helpful but we would be sure not to stay here again when any sort of function was going on.

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This is one of the nicer KOAs we have stayed at. We arrived after the office was closed so had no escort to our site but information was left out for us. Our site was very nice with a large patio (shared with the next camper) and a picnic table plus a table and chairs. It was a pull-thru site with full hook-ups and everything worked well except for the wi-fi. We also had no cell service here. We purchased propane the next morning and staff was helpful and friendly.

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This is pretty much a typical KOA; paved roads with very tight turns for bigger rigs. Our site was gravel and fairly level and we were escorted to it. All hook-ups, including cable TV worked well plus we were able to pull in quite a few channels on the antenna. The cost for one night was $52.67 with our KOA discount and including tax which we feel was high.

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We really liked this park. Easy off and on from the interstate, super friendly and helpful hosts, level gravel sites and full hook-ups that functioned well. They were having issues with their cable TV and nothing was available over the antenna but the wi-fi was excellent. There was a small lounge where cable was available. The laundry was small, only one washer and dryer but reasonable at $1.50 each. Some of the roads were concrete with curbs and each site had a concrete patio. There was a very nice, small pool. This was our first time in this part of Texas but we would definitely stay here again if ever back in the area.

     

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AOK Camper Park

Amarillo, Texas

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We stay here quite often when traveling on I-40. Basic, no frills campground with long fairly level sites that are plenty wide enough for slides. Only a couple of hundred yards from the interstate and very convenient off and on. All sites are pull-thru and most have full hook-ups. They have recently added quite a few new sites and don't have grass growing on those yet but they are working on it. No restrooms or showers but you can't beat the price for a quick overnite stop.

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We chose this park because we were traveling east and wanted to be on the east side of Albuquerque thus missing rush hour traffic going into the city. The park is on a very steep mountainside with narrow gravel roads. The sites were grass/gravel and mostly level but very narrow. Our slides were only a few feet from the neighbor's awning. All hook-ups worked well but there was no cable TV or wi-fi and we were not able to pull in any watchable channels off the antenna. There were a lot of apparently permanent residents and several of them were a little on the trashy side. The dog area was mostly mud. The price was right thanks to Passport America but I seriously doubt if we would stay here again.

     

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La Mesa RV Park

Cortez, Colorado

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This is definitely our type of park; wide, clean, level sites with full hook-ups including cable TV and excellent wi-fi for a reasonable price. The staff was very helpful and cooperative when we had to keep extending our stay due to a couple of very sick dogs. The roads and sites are gravel but well-maintained. There was no room to park our tow vehicle in front of the camper but plenty of room beside it. It is right at the edge of town, only minutes away from many restaurants and shopping. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice park and we would definitely stay here again. We had a pull-thru site that was plenty wide for our slides and awning plus room to park our truck beside the trailer. All utilities worked well, including wi-fi. Our site did not have cable but some sites did have it available. Roads and sites are well-maintained and level gravel. All grass was mowed and everything was neat and well-kept. There were two gravel dog areas plus a small grassy area nearby for those dogs who prefer grass to do their thing. The laundry area was small with only 6 washers and 8 dryers but the appliances were clean and, with one exception, in good working order. The staff was helpful and we were escorted to our site.

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Sites were short and rather narrow but we were able to use both slides and awning. Roads and sites were sand/gravel but level and in fairly good condition. All hook-ups worked well, including cable and wi-fi. Staff was friendly and helpful and we were escorted to our site and really appreciated the help getting backed into our site between trees.

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This is a bare-bones park but had everything we needed. The park is connected with a gas station/convenience store which is where you check in and is conveniently located just a few yards from the interstate exit ramp. There are around 20 sites, all pull-thru and most, if not all, with full hook-ups. The roads and sites are gravel but level. We were not escorted to our site, just told to go ahead and pick any open site. We would definitely stay here again and wish there were more parks like this for quick in-and-out overnight stops.

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There are few campgrounds in this area so we usually stay here when passing through. All the Jellystone Parks seem oriented towards families and this one, as usual, has a large playground with a big variety of things for kids to do. It is one of the more expensive places we stay and we wish they had a separate rate for overnighters who have no interest in all the amenities, just need a place to spend the night. We had a full-hook-up, pull-thru site and everything worked well. The staff was friendly and helpful and we were escorted to our site. We found out after we got set up that our site didn't have cable TV but we were able to get several channels off the antenna.

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This has just become our favorite (close to home) park. Paved roads, large level gravel sites, nice pool, good playground, excellent mini-golf course. Staff was very friendly and helpful; we were escorted to our site and given help to get backed in since they don't have pull-thru sites. All hook-ups worked well although the water outlet was rather far from the site; we had to use our 50' hose to get connected. The wifi worked well and we were able to get a lot of channels off the antenna. Their dog park had ramps and tunnels and other obstacles which our pups enjoyed much more than just a bare lot to sniff around in. They were constantly working to maintain and improve the sites, although the park was already in excellent condition. There were almost constant activities scheduled for the kids and, even though participation was low during the week, they still put them on. My only slight complaint - and the only reason I didn't give them a 10 -was a $15 charge for a wrist band to use the jump pads, mini-golf and bike rental. If you only have one child, the free mini-golf was pretty much useless and she had her own bike so it came down to too much money for a couple of minutes on the jump pad. Other than that, we really enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back.

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We were very unhappy with this park. I emailed for a reservation and very clearly stated that we needed a 50-amp, full hook-up site and preferred a pull-thru. They responded saying that they had a site available for the dates we were interested in. To be fair, they didn't specifically say they had a 50-amp site but they sure didn't say they didn't have one, either. We got there and found that there are NO 50-amp sites available. If we hadn't already unhooked, we would have left then. Also, after they had run my card, I noticed a (small) sign saying, "ask about saving 10% with Good Sam". I told them I was a Good Sam member and they said that they didn't offer it unless we asked for it and certainly didn't offer to refund the 10%, which would have saved us over $20 (a little under-handed, I think). We have been camping for many years and our site was the most uneven we have ever encountered. It took every piece of blocking we carried to get level. I didn't use the women's showers but the restrooms were clean and neat. However, my husband used the men's shower and said it was awful! It was impossible to regulate the water temperature and the stall was too small to get out from under the spray. Also, the mat was so hard and rough that it was miserable to stand on. The pool was great but they had really limited hours. They close at 6 pm and it would have been nice to be able to swim a little later in the day when the sun wasn't so hot. The vast majority of the campers were permanent/seasonal but they all were very neat and well-maintained. At least some of the roads appear to have been paved at one time but were mostly level gravel now. The grounds were neat and clean and grass was mowed. There was a nice well-equipped playground. Water pressure was low but adequate. Cable TV had very few channels and the picture wasn't very good. Wi-fi is available but for an extra charge and, since we weren't told that ahead of time, we chose not to use it.

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We spent one night here and were satisfied with the site. It was plenty long enough for our 40' fifth-wheel and extended cab pickup without unhooking. The site was gravel/grass and fairly level. We arrived after the office was closed so had no interaction with staff. When we called in for reservations, we were told in no uncertain terms that they would charge our card immediately and there was absolutely no refunds. There was no Cable TV but we were able to pull in quite a few channels with the antenna. All hook-ups worked well. There were quite a few permanent sites but they were well-maintained and neat. We would stay here again if back in the area.