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This is a very nice camping resort about 40 east of Boise - one of the best we have seen in 4 years. It has wide paved roads, level concrete pads with large grassy areas between pads. We were escorted to our site and helped to position on the site. The guide explained the utilities and pointed out the salt-water pool. We had great wifi and no satellite issues because the trees are small. We will definitely stay here again when we visit the area.

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This is a nice campground located in the small town of Victor, ID across Teton Pass from Jackson, WY. (Teton Pass has weight restrictions, but we had no issues in our 44' motorhome, but we were not towing at the time.) The campground is somewhat pricey, but far more reasonable than you can find in the Jackson area. While there is not much going on in Victor, the campground is well-maintained by a friendly staff. The roads and pads are gravel with large grassy areas between pads. The wifi is suspect, and there are large trees so you may have to position carefully to get satellite. We had an open premium site in the front part of the campground, so we had no issues. We would consider staying here again when visiting the Jackson and Teton area.

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This campground is very easy to access from I-80, but we were not bothered by highway noise. It has gravel roads and pads with little grass between sites, so it can be dusty in the wind, but the roads are wide for easy navigation. Our first assigned site was too narrow for opening 4 slides (due to a fence), but the staff was able to find another site for us. The trees did not interfere with satellite, but the wifi was iffy. The park has a large area of full-time residents, but it is an area separate from the travelers and appeared to be clean and well-kept. We would consider staying here again for 1-2 nights when traveling through the area.

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This is a nice campground with gravel streets and concrete pads. The entrance is through a manned security gate and is a large area for parking. There are grassy areas between sites and picnic tables. We had no issues with satellite or other utilities. We did found the streets to be a little narrow for a big rig because of the large trucks which overflowed some into the streets.

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This is a very nice campground with gravel roads and pads. It has a huge entrance right on US 50, and is close to Royal Gorge and about 8 miles from Canon City and shopping. We had a nice premium back-in site with a concrete patio, picnic table, and fire pit. While the site was long enough, we had to be careful of the log marking the site in back when we leveled. The park has wide roads which made navigation easy, and no large trees to interfere with satellite. We found the wifi to work very well for us. We will stay here again if we are in the area.

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This is a very nice campground with gravel roads and pads. We had a premium pull-through site that was very long and wide. Our section had no tall trees to interfere with satellite, and the wifi worked well for us. The park is 5 minutes from the Mesa Verde National Park entrance, and it's about 8 miles from local shopping. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a nice campground with gravel roads and pads and easy access to I-25. With the constant wind, this made it a little dusty. We had a nice, long premium site that sloped in the front, but it was long enough so we had no trouble leveling. The wifi was inconsistent on some devices, but other utilities worked well. There are no tall trees to interfere with satellite. The campground is close to shopping, and it is easy to get to downtown and local sites. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a nice campground with gravel roads and pads. It has very easy access to US Hwy 285 and the sites in the area although the entrance is curvy so go slowly. Our long premium site had a concrete patio with a table and grass between the sites. There were no trees to interfere with satellite, but we had some trouble connecting to the wifi for a couple of days. We did take advantage of the on-site barbeque for dinner, and it was delicious. We would consider staying here again if we are in the area.

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This is an excellent campground with paved roads and concrete pads. Our long pull-through site had a concrete patio with table and grass between sites. It's a large campground and some sites appear to have nice casitas. The wifi worked well, and we had no tree issues for satellite. One big attraction is its easy access to I-10, but no road noise. We were here only 2 days, but will definitely plan to stay longer in the future.

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This is a nice campground with gravel roads and pads. We had no trouble leveling, but the gravel roads do cause some dust. Other than the dust, the campground is clean of twigs and debris. Our premium site had a concrete patio with built-in picnic table. The wifi worked well, and the trees are small so there are no satellite issues. We did not use any amenities, but it was our base for seeing the Big Bend area (the park is about 100 miles away and Fort Davis about 25 miles). We would consider staying here again if we are in the area.

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This is a nice large campground with paved roads, gravel pads, concrete patios with picnic tables, and grassy areas between sites. Our long premium site C6 faced the pool and retaining pond, but we had to use 2 sewer hoses because of the distance to the connections. There are some small trees, but we had no satellite issues. The wifi worked but was slow and disconnected unexpectedly. There appear to be many amenities in the park. Our main negative is the large drain at the entrance to the park. We unhooked our tow car at the entrance and drug our tow bar on the asphalt due to the drain - it was apparent that many others had done the same thing.

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This is a very nice and quiet campground with a very nice layout, concrete roads and pads. There are small concrete patios and grassy areas between sites. Depending on your site, you may have a nice view of the golf course. It's a little off the beaten path, so follow the signs when going through Castroville. There are no trees, so we had no satellite issues. The wifi worked well at the start of our stay, then it was inconsistent after about 4 days, and we had only 2 bars on our AT&T connection. We did not use any amenities of the park other than the small restaurant on site. It's fairly close to Castroville, but about 15 miles from Hondo with larger stores. We will consider staying here again in the future if we are in the area.

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This is a very nice campground with wide paved roads and wide and long concrete pads. We had a nice pull-through site with a concrete patio, but it was oddly in the back of the site. There are nice grassy areas between sites, and there are no trees so satellite is not an issue. Other utilities worked well. We did not use other amenities of the park. It is located in a very busy area and convenient to stores/commerce, but traffic noise was not a problem. The only issue was iffy wifi even though we were close to the office.

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This is a casino campground with a huge entrance and wide paved streets. Although the concrete pads look level, we had trouble leveling on the first site we were assigned due to the up-rise at the street. We had no satellite issues, and the wifi was excellent. We did not use any amenities of the park except the shuttle to and from the casino. Very easy access off a four-lane US highway 21 miles from I-10.

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This is a nice campground along the river, so you have a good view of the substantial the river traffic. The campground has a wide entrance, gravel roads and concrete and gravel pads, which are a little narrow. There are small grassy areas between sites. There are a few tall trees, but we had no satellite issues. The wifi is adequate. The campground is convenient to the sites in Natchez and to stores in Vadalia. We did not use any of the amenities of the park.