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What a wonderful park for our RV Club's rally of 31 rigs of all sizes! Rally rate of $34/night included FHU, wi-fi and cable TV. Manager and staff went out of their way to support us, from providing firewood, free ice, and a spacious rally room. Clean restrooms and laundry. We used 31 gravel sites, all located near the groups activities. No park noise and quiet full-timers. Will definitely come next year!

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Rate reflects Rally Rate for 40+ rigs. Park is easy to access off State Hwy 29, and is located on the southeast side of Lake Buchanan by the spillway of Buchanan Dam in Burnet, Texas. Easy check-in, but ensure they assign a site that fits your rig. Many sites have trees; all are fairly level gravel/sand combo with grass, some very near lake access. Very nice cabins. A few long-term RVers, who are neat and well maintained. Nice laundry and restroom/showers, with ADA-compliant access. Wi-fi is weak in spots, but solid at the clubhouse. Office has some emergency supplies. Full hookups (30 & 50 Amp) and easy connections; no cable and scant OTA reception (1 channel). We used the clubhouse for our rally which offered full kitchen, tables/chairs, and outside BBQ pits--very nice! They have VERY strict pet rules to protect all guests, so read those before your arrival. Website offers many discount options. Will definitely visit here again!

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Rate reflects Rally Rate for 40+ rigs. Park is easy to access off State Hwy 29, and is located on the southeast side of Lake Buchanan by the spillway of Buchanan Dam in Burnet, Texas. Easy check-in, but ensure they assign a site that fits your rig. Many sites have trees; all are fairly level gravel/sand combo with grass, some very near lake access. Very nice cabins. A few long-term RVers, who are neat and well maintained. Nice laundry and restroom/showers, with ADA-compliant access. Wi-fi is weak in spots, but solid at the clubhouse. Office has some emergency supplies. Full hookups (30 & 50 Amp) and easy connections; no cable and scant OTA reception (1 channel). We used the clubhouse for our rally which offered full kitchen, tables/chairs, and outside BBQ pits--very nice! They have VERY strict pet rules to protect all guests, so read those before your arrival. Website offers many discount options. Will definitely visit here again!

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Wonderful RV beach resort-style park. Clean, spacious owned/deeded lots, many for rent by full timers. Size/rig condition restrictions strictly enforced (no tents, pop-ups, no older than 10 yrs, and must be at least 26 ft). Great front office staff, immaculate landscaping and upkeep. We rented spot 729 for a weekend and now back to stay a month. Long, level paved sites, all FHU (20/30/50 A), pedestals mid-coach or towards the rear, plus 30+ channels CATV w/ clear reception. Excellent wi-fi with repeaters every 2-3 sites. Pristine heated pool, small game room/meeting area and laundry. Beach buggies available for rent. Nice Boardwalk to beach at rear of park, wide enough for carts. My assessment: we've stayed up the road...hands down Gulf Waters is the BEST RV park on Mustang Island or anywhere in Port Aransas.

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We had a long, level and picturesque gravel site nestled amongst tall pine trees. Great Checkin process, superb bathhouse, and a Sunday afternoon ice cream social to boot. Park was very quiet and had trash pickup each morning. We had open access to clubhouse to watch TV as there is no OTA signal and very spotty wi-fi. Verizon 1 bar or less. ROCIADA is very remote, but that's the beauty of this place. Could easily spend a month or more here as long as I had plenty of food in the freezer.

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Worst parking, unhooking and access to utilities experience ever. We have stayed in over 50 parks across U.S. and have never seen such an un-level and downsloped (front to back) sites. Access to your site is met with terrible ruts, about 1 ft deep. Utility hookups are at non-standard locations. To reach pedestal, I had to pull forward, but then my hitch was about 1 ft below the TT. So I had to backup and borrow an extension 30 amp cable. When I un-hooked, my truck was at such a severe negative grade below my TT, I wasn't sure I could hook-up again. I didn't have enough blocks to raise my hitch to level the TT. If I had pulled forward to level, the rig next to me would be blocked as two sites share a single exit. To make our stay worse, we were about 4 ft from next rig, and no room for us to use the picnic table, and it had to be positioned directly over their sewer hookups. Rig next to us had hard packed gravel while ours was sand with 2-3 gravel rocks spread across the site. Bathhouse and restrooms okay. Park recycled which was a plus, along with their walking trail. Bottom Line: worst laid out, arranged and accessible park I've ever seen. Lesson learned: read other reviews before making reservations. We would not stay here again nor recommend to others.

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A pristine park in the oasis called Albuquerque. Sites are combos of mainly level of asphalt/gravel, accompanied by concrete patio pad, table and many with shade trees. Premium sites are at the end of each row and have grass. Large gravel site section up front for big rigs. Spaces are wide enough and well maintained. Our buddies had problem connecting sewer (cap was mis-threaded/frozen)--they called and guy came immediately to repair the PVC hub. We were in the back section; still some road noise, but not bad. Beautiful stars out at night. Reservations require 1 night deposit, immediately charged to your card. Checkin easy and ladies even gave treats for our puppies. Dog park with supplies and ample walking areas. Good SATV reception and excellent wi-fi signal, best I've had on this trip. ARV serves free continental breakfast 8-10 am, which was very nice. We are thinking about staying longer and would definitely come here again.

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Probably par by KOA standards, but not acceptable for us. Be aware of VERY rough, gravel/dirt road access to the park. Checkin was ok, and nice mgr guided us to our gravel spot near front of park. Some long-term campers in back had concrete pad. At night, there was a terrible stinch from the cattle feedlot, located directly east and adjacent to the park. This was never mentioned in the park's description or in other RV Park Reviews. Individual bathrooms were clean and large, but handicap accessible room was not open. Entire park is covered in weed stickers, and essentially no area to walk your dog. I would not stay here again, nor recommend to other RVers.

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Exceptional quiet park 1 mile outside the quant town of La Veta, CO. Wide and level gravel sites, many with huge cottonwood trees, all back-in. No discounts offered. No OTA reception or cable, so bring your Dish or watch free DVDs from the office. Very friendly owners, who give out lots of info and a free "gift". Bath and laundry are spotless. Lots of grass; entire park is basically a dog park and very pet friendly as long as you pick-up/dispose correctly. Would definitely give a "10" rating if they had cable. Don't forget to custom order your beautifully embroidered "Happy Camper" sweatshirt. I would stay here a month or longer just to visit the quirky town and surrounding area!

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Nice park on west side of Cody, 3 blocks from Buffalo Bill Museum. Stayed in back part, which was quieter and less crowed. Level and long pull-thru sites. Only one restroom/shower open in back, which had no space in shower for shampoos, etc. Front section very crowded, filled with over-nighters & longtermers. Front restrooms very small/non-ADA compliant. Good wi-fi, cable & laundry. Great gift shop. Saw many campers not picking up after their pets anywhere in the park, and this is a health hazard. Small fenced dog walk area; large grassy area in front of Tepees even had supplies and waste containers, yet it was a mine-field! Mentioned 2x to owners, who seem to have no plan/method to enforce pet policy. Would stay again if owners could get the pet waste issue resolved.

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Okay for a NPS facility run by private concessionaire. Park was full, so reservations well ahead are needed. Gravel/dirt sites were NOT level and slanted 20+ degrees downhill (side to side). Many bears and other critters roam the park so keep all foodstuff and pets secured in RV! $4.50 to use showers 8am - 5 pm only. Same hours for laundry, but very expensive. Sewer, water & elec. connections ok. Restrooms ok. Most sites are tight & well shaded so you may not be able to extend awnings, etc. Many dog walking and hiking trails; some campers allowed dogs to run free w/o leash on trails and in campground. No cable, Wi-Fi only at resturant. Satellite very spotty reception due to trees. Verizon no reception. Will come again just to be close to sights w/i Grand Tetons.

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Older, but immaculate park, right off Hwy 20, but still very quiet. Sites are tight, and you must park behind your rig in the pull/thru spots. Dated and small, but spotless restrooms, could benefit from a fold-down dressing bench. Nice laundry. Almost level gravel sites. Some sites have concrete patio slab/pad, ours didn't. Wi-Fi spotty at times and we could only get 4 OTA and 4 Cable channels. Tom was great at check-in and very helpful. A bit overpriced for what you get, but still better than other WYS RV parks. Will be back.

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Beautiful and peaceful park on Lake Hebgen, about 15 miles west of the city proper of West Yellowstone. If you want to see stars and be part of the wonderful rural countryside, this is your place. RV parks in town are cramped and actually located downtown, right off the main drive. This park has spacious and spotless bathrooms and showers. Great laundry facility. 30/50 amp, good sewer hookups, and park provided a water hose at each site. Fairly level and long gravel pull-thru and back-in sites. Be prepared for wind off the lake (no awnings). Office and Park Store are only open 8 am - 5pm, so best to arrive early. Boat rentals, propane and other supplies. Although not in the premium loop, still just steps from the lake and great views throughout the park. Great dog walk areas and pickup supplies provided. Park run mainly but 4 couples of seasonal WorkKampers--all we met were great and worked hard to help guests and maintain park! Only negative: For the price, park should provide cable TV, as OTA reception is 1-2 channels from Idaho Falls. Wi-Fi was very spotty. Verizon 1 bar.

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No frills, but meets all basic needs. Clean restrooms, large showers, wi-fi, strong OTA signal and ample time allowed for the money paid in laundry. Sites are level gravel, but lots of dry and dusty areas as well. Benjamin was a great help at check-in! 10% Discounts on Nightly Rates to Members of the following: Good Sam, Family Motor Coach Association, RV'ing Women, Military and AAA.

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Sweet park about 5 miles NW of Missoula. Lots of grass, shade trees at backin sites and beautiful flowers throughout the park. Level gravel sites, 30 amp FHU, strong wi-fi, and cable. Mil/Vet and Good Sam's discounts only. Ample dog walk areas. 24 hour laundry. Verizon 4G 3 bars. Good OTA and cable signals. Park guide gives you exact DISH/DirecTV coordinates for this location. Great for one night or a week in this area. Will definitely stay again.