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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.

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An oasis of a park, nestled in trees and beautiful grounds. No discounts offered. Strong wi-fi, but could use more laundry space for this size of campground. Lovely dog walking areas, level and spacious gravel sites, easy access to IH90. Clean and modern bath/showers. Quiet and peaceful. Would come again if traveling this way.

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Perfect in every way! Quiet and beautiful RV park, closest to Little Big Horn area sights. Helpful work-campers checked-in our 3 rigs easy, escorted us to our sites. Long and level gravel sites, many with shade. Spotless ADA compliant and spacious restrooms (remember your access code) and laundry. Plenty of kids play areas and dog walking trails. Due to remote location and hilly landscape, Wi-Fi is understandably iffy, so bring your own hotspot if connection essential. Verizon 3G only 2 bars max. Will definitely stay again and recommend to others.

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Perfect home base RV campground while in the Black Hills. Spacious sites, level gravel, shade trees, ample dog walk areas and areas for the kids to play. We had three rigs; stayed 4 nights and really enjoyed the Custer area. Nice laundry, small store gives change and laundry supplies. Very hospitable owners and WorkCamper hosts. Clean and large restrooms/showers. Be prepared for all kinds of weather...was 103 at Checkin in Aug, then 40s at night the rest of our stay with lovely, cleansing thunderstorms at night. Wi-Fi spotty at best, even with multiple repeaters. If tech connection is a must for you, bring own hotspot. After all, you are camping in the rustic, tree packed Black Hills! Will definitely come here again!

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A wonderful park about 3 miles due west of DCKS. We stayed in front section; Level gravel "buddy" sites, clean and well maintained park. Although the trains runs nearby, the park is otherwise extremely quiet. Pristine laundry and showers, strong Wi-Fi, but fuzzy cable. Shuttle runs to nearby Casino. Hospitable manager checked in our three rigs in a breeze. Great grassy dog walk areas. Back side of park is great for longer rigs/longer stays. Lots of wonderful shade trees all over the park. Would definitely come here again!

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Our three sites very hard to level, and had deep muddy ruts. Close walking distance to various eateries. Quiet and away from IH 40. Single ADA combo shower/RR was dirty and needed deep cleaning. Cable did not work, nor did Wi-Fi.

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If you like off the beaten path, this is the park for you! Quiet and beautiful night skies abound. Thanks to the Texas Historial Commision, park and campsites have been revamped and renovated. Nice Visitors Center. Great for stargazers and history buffs alike. Long back-in gravel sites w/ FHU. W/E pull-through spots.

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Sweet and clean little park. Quiet, level pads, wonderful restrooms, and extremely well maintained. Knowledgeable and hospitable Park Hosts wrangled ice-cream social for $1 on Sunday nights. We were caravaning with 2 other rigs and Checkin was a breeze. Don't miss this park while in the Texas Hill Country or anywhere near Fredericksburg!

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Just completed an RV rally here with 12 rigs of varying sizes. Check-in was a breeze, but take notice of strict pet leash policies. Park has many dog walk parks located throughout. Park has fair amount of long-termers, and their rigs are well maintained. Main drive to sites is concrete, and concrete pads are fairly level. However, the side drive lanes are gravel/road base and desperately need to be bladed--watch for potholes. Park is immaculate, otherwise well maintained, clean and exceptionally friendly staff. Restrooms are fully ADA compliant and pristine. Cable TV reception was terrible, so we used OTA batwing and got major network local channels and a few extras. Wi-Fi worked well at our site. Good water, sewer (must use 90 degree sealed connection) and electricity hookups. Will definitely stay again!

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Just completed an outstanding RV Rally, with 25 rigs and one cabin...an excellent experience. Good Sam park; price reflects Rally rate ($25 for 30 amp; $31 for 50 amp; has limited 50 amp sites.) Quaint, cozy and very quiet park... very clean, and on-site Park Hosts made our stay most enjoyable. Very level concrete parking strips, either on gravel or grass. Sites are tight if you have slide-outs, but manager personally guided all our rigs (I parked our 37' TT in a flash) and she ensured all set-up was smooth. Easily handles big rigs on back row w/ grassy sites. Heated and very clean restrooms, plus we had exclusive use of Club House, with kitchen, and DVD lending library. Full-timers parked mostly in separate row. Only drawback is no cable (seems like no one in Johnson City has cable). Would definitely stay again and our group will be back next year!

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We stayed as part of an 15+ rig RV rally -- got great support, pricing, and accommodations from this park. Park is friendly, quiet, clean and well maintained; sites were level but could benefit from more shade trees. Nice rec room, laundry and clean showers. Will definitely stay here again.

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We stayed for a month at $525 cash. What a nice park. Owner helped us back in, get leveled, then put out a nice level wooden step. He even delivers ice and wood if needed. Clean and quiet, close to the river and only 10 miles from downtown Ruidoso. This is a perfect campground, whether for a weekend or long-term stay. Only improvement would be to add cable. Will definitely be back next year.

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Rates reflects Mil/Vet rate. A lovely, quiet, and clean private park at the top of Raton Pass. Level gravel sites and beautiful vista across the valley and down to the Pass. Great WiFi, but don't download or play games. Spotless combined laundry, restroom, and shower facility. For an extra treat, they have homemade and reasonably priced dinners and scratch desserts. Would definitely stay here again!

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A very nice State Park that has fully recovered from Sept 2013 flood damage. Beautiful pond-side FHU campsites, that in addition to level concrete pad, surrounding area is raked level and swept after each departure. Has u-pay showers and spotless restroom facilities. No wifi. A great park for birding; we had great view of Bald Eagle fledglings in their nest, plus saw Blue Herons, Canadian Geese, Red Wing Blackbirds and several species of flycatchers. In addition to nightly fee, unless you have annual park pass, you will be charged an $7 daily access fee. Would definitely stay here again!