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This appeared to be an old KOA. There were only about 12 campers in the entire place and they still crammed everyone in one area. We were warned not to get our tires off the gravel and if we didn't think we could manage that the owner said he would drive our rig. We watched as others came in and the owner would make a point of spraying around trees with weed killer close to the new arrivals, so he could watch them? It was just a creepy place. Lots were very small and cramped. We did not use any of the facilities as this was just an overnight stay. The roads were narrow. There was a large pond and nice grassy areas at this campground. We will not stay here again.

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This is a city run park with a very large lake. Spacious lots and lots of green spaces. Utilities worked fine. I think that the other campers were construction workers and if not for them, we would have had the place all to ourselves. This campground was on the honor system and you paid at a drop box close to the restrooms.

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Our site was in the rear of the campground and we had a nice view. We watched the cattle come in every evening. This campground is directly across from Mesa Verde and very convenient to Cortez, which has many shops and restaurants. The laundry facility was super clean. All the utilities worked fine.

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The hosts were very helpful when we had an issue with the camper and needed repairs. They recommended someone and we were very pleased with their work. Our lot was an end lot and as such we had a bit more room; however, most of the lots were very narrow. We were along a fairly busy secondary road and could here road noise from the interstate as well. They did have a nice walking trail. No problems with the utilities.

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Beautiful campground in the middle of no where! The views were awesome. You could see desert and snow in the mountains. We had a beautiful end lot and had a nice front yard. Unfortunately our brakes went out but fortunately the owner's brother is a mechanic and was able to replace the brakes. We did rent one of their cars for a day of site seeing as there were no other rentals available for 200 miles.

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The majority of the lots are pull through. The rig faces away from the road so you do have privacy. The lots have a small covered picnic area.

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The lot arrangement is strange, we parallel parked the rig! This is a city run park and the first night is free. The second night was $20.00. This is a great service from the city of Brush as it is a win win for campers and local businesses. The weather was nasty but there was a very nice park and if you braved the cold, you could watch Little League baseball.

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Easy check in and was given cranberry muffins! Nice pull through site across the road from the storm shelter. This was a plus as severe storms were forecast!

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Great place for us for overnight. We had a long pull thru and the utilities were fine. The spacing might be a little close but we didn't have a neighbor the night we were there. This would be a great place for kids. They have a huge play ground and since they are on the Sugar Creek they offer canoe rentals. Looks like there is plenty to keep kids occupied.

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Several campgrounds to choose from. We stayed at Tail Water West, just below the dam. This area is the only one with full hookups. We happened in on a Sunday afternoon and was able to get a lot for overnight. I doubt that one could get in on weekends without a reservation. The lots were large, shaded and have huge concrete patios. We did not have wifi or cable but for an overnight stay it was perfect.

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We needed a place to stay while the high wind warnings were occuring. The lot lay out was strange. One lot would be a pull in for a motor home and the next would be a back in for a trailer. We ended up with a motor home on the back side and the slides were maybe 2 foot apart. The garbage can was placed between the two campers so you needed to weave in and out to dispose of your garbage. If someone had pulled in on our door side we would have been door to door with strangers. Not my ideal idea of camping. There were train tracks about 30 feet from our camper and a train ran once a day. That was really not an issue.

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We didn't have reservations and they were able to fit us in for 2 days while we were waiting to get into another campground. They lead you to your lot. The lot we had was on an end and therefore we had a huge front yard with no neighbors. We didn't drive around much in the campground but thought the other lots we could see were a bit tight.

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One of the best campgrounds we have ever stayed in. The lots were huge and level. The utilities were good. We got good satellite reception. I don't think there was cable. Beautiful setting and just outside of Custer State Park. They rented 4 wheelers and cars. Laundry and restrooms were centrally located and were very clean.

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Choose this park due to the fact it is so close to the Badlands. The utilities are laid out strangely and you need to check before pulling in as they could be on the wrong side. The scenery makes up for any short comings. Beautiful! We did experience low voltage at 104 volts but that really was on us as we moved to a full hook up site but only had a 30 amp service. We should have stayed on the 50 amp water and electric site.

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This campground is on the west bank of the Missouri River. We had planned to stay one day, but after seeing the site, we decided to stay 3 days. We had a beautiful back in site on the river. The full hook ups were excellent and the internet was the fastest I have ever had while camping. I did notice that there are pull thru lots off the river and they appeared to be plenty long and roomy. The only negative I could see was the fact the laundry consisted of one washer and one dryer in the office.