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First the good stuff: This RV park is quite large, very clean, and well laid-out, and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The dog park is HUGE and we used it every day. Lemon and grapefruit trees along each lot offer fresh fruit for campers. If you're looking for someplace clean, with lots of activities, a restaurant, and a high-end clientele (we spotted three Prevosts there) this might be the spot for you. The bad stuff: we found it a bit too "sterile" for our tastes. Apart from the dog park and a few premium sites, there's not a blade of grass to be seen: the park is entirely asphalt and gravel. There was also a lot of noise: every day loud fighter jets from the Air Force base next door were flying overhead. There were train whistles pretty often. One RVer likes to drive his gas-powered go-cart around the park. And our neighbors on both sides were working on their coaches during most of our stay, including one working on his ailing generator making noise and blowing gas fumes our way. It's the first RV park we've stayed in that had barbed wire all the way around--although we felt completely safe in the whole area even outside the park.

     

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Tucson / Lazydays KOA

Tucson, Arizona

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First the good stuff: This RV park is quite large, very clean, and well laid-out, and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The dog park is HUGE and we used it every day. Lemon and grapefruit trees along each lot offer fresh fruit for campers. If you're looking for someplace clean, with lots of activities, a restaurant, and a high-end clientele (we spotted three Prevosts there) this might be the spot for you. The bad stuff: we found it a bit too "sterile" for our tastes. Apart from the dog park and a few premium sites, there's not a blade of grass to be seen: the park is entirely asphalt and gravel. There was also a lot of noise: every day loud fighter jets from the Air Force base next door were flying overhead. There were train whistles pretty often. One RVer likes to drive his gas-powered go-cart around the park. And our neighbors on both sides were working on their coaches during most of our stay, including one working on his ailing generator making noise and blowing gas fumes our way. It's the first RV park we've stayed in that had barbed wire all the way around--although we felt completely safe in the whole area even outside the park.

     

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Catalina State Park

Tucson, Arizona

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Catalina State Park is located about 30 minutes north of the city but is located in Oro Valley which has everything you need without going into the city. The state park only allows 14 night stays and they don't have sewer but there are dump stations located at the entrance of Campground B and at the exit to the park. There are restrooms and showers available. They are clean and I never had to wait for a shower. The shower/changing rooms are large with plenty of space for your things. I did have to keep the water all the way to hot for it to be warm enough and the water pressure was a little low. No wifi at the campground. ATT and Verizon signal was pretty good but did drop from LTE to 4G a few times. No trains, no planes, no traffic noise, the campground is extremely peaceful. The mountain views are beautiful. Campground is huge and has lots of great areas to walk the dogs. Everyone is friendly, the campground hosts are always available, and there is a board of all the various activities like hikes, runs, star parties, and demonstrations scheduled located at the restroom entrance. We called in advance and were told we cannot receive any packages or mail at this park. We would definitely stay here again.

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We were here only for 3 nights on our way to Tucson. It's a nice clean RV park. The pull through sites are separated by fencing and landscaping to give some privacy but that also means the camping side feels a little tight. Since we didn't have any neighbors during our stay, it was ok but I would feel cramping if we happened to be here during a busy time. They have a long dog park area at the edge of the resort. It's almost like a water runoff area but it works great for playing ball. After one full night of rain though, the dog park was unusable due to the inch of standing water. The campground host was very nice, the landscaping is well done, and the sites are gravel and level. There isn't a lot of traffic noise even though it is right off the highway. We tend to prefer grass and trees and this was a lot of gravel and concrete which felt a bit sterile to us. They probably have a fair number of activities for their guests but since we were there during New Years Day, there wasn't much happening and it felt a bit like a ghost town. We would stay here again.

     

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Davis Mountains State Park

Fort Davis, Texas

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David Sate Park is on the mountainside, about 5 minutes away from town. The campground is pretty and peaceful with a lot of space between campsites. There is little light pollution which makes for amazing night skies. We were at a FHU site which worked fine. On the cold mornings (20-25 degrees), the water pipe would be frozen, but it would thaw once the sun came up. The site is paved with a concrete patio which has a metal awning for cover. While there, the county had a burn ban in effect, but the campground has discretion on whether you can have a fire, usually based on wind speed. They will post at the entrance and at each restroom area whether campfires are allowed that day. Our site was very unlevel front to back which required a fair number of boards to even us out. They have wifi which was iffy at best. There is almost no ATT or Verizon signal. We were able to use our cellular booster to get some usable Verizon data. There are a fair number of trails for us to walk the dogs, but a lot of sand spurs which meant booties for the dogs. Texas State Park pass gives you half off your second day of camping. We would stay here again.

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Lajitas is about an hour west of Big Bend National Park and about 20 minutes from Terlingua. Big Bend Ranch State Park entrance is only about 5 minutes away. Lajitas was bought by a resort so it really isn't a town. It has a couple of restaurants, boutique shops, general store, small gas station, and a golf course. Don't expect to find a grocery store nearby. We had a pretty large site since we were at the end of a row. The other spaces look large but you do share camping sides with your neighbor. The roads inside the park are wide an easy to maneuver. This is a dark night area so they ask all outside lights are turned off by 9pm. Wifi was adequate. There is no ATT or Verizon, only roaming available. The club house has a nice community room, tv area, and clean bathrooms. The swimming pool looked nice and clean but as it was december, we did not try it. The office staff is friendly and very helpful. The campers are also very friendly. The RV Park is clean and feels very open. There is not a lot of trees but it may get pretty hot in the summer. We did see a coyote and javelina while we were here. We would stay here again.

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This part of the campground has no hookups but also has two areas, one for generator use (8am-8pm) and no generator use. We were in the generator area so we were able to charge our batteries during the day. It's a beautiful campground, reminiscent of a state park with lots of space between sites. Our site had a couple of trees but no leaves since it was december. Pets are not allowed on any of the trails in Big Bend, but they are allowed anywhere a car can go. Since the campground is pretty large, there is a lot of space to walk them without feeling restricted. There are dumpsters throughout the park, making it easy to throw away trash. They also recycle at the entrance to the campground. There is a water/dump site about 0.25 miles before the entrance to the campground. There are bathrooms at the campground, but no showers. The store which is about 0.5 miles away has pay showers available. The bathrooms also have a sink for washing dishes. Even without hookups, we really liked this campground. It's large, quiet, and the view is incredible. We saw lots of roadrunners and a bobcat in the campground. The park hosts here are super-friendly. At night, the lack of light pollution makes this a fantastic place to view the stars. We would stay here again.

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We only stayed here two nights on our way to Big Bend National Park. The RV park is a little out of the way in a residential area, whereas most others in the area are right off the highway. We prefer the privacy and quiet, so this worked very well for us, and the residential area offered plenty of places to walk our dogs. The RV park is very pretty, with lots of trees and grass. Campsites are pretty large, have concrete patios (formerly mobile home pads), picnic tables, and some sites have privacy fences. The owner was very friendly and helpful, and the neighbors we met were nice. The main road into the park is closed for construction, so the owner met us in town and guided us in since our GPS would take us the wrong way. Water pressure was very high, so be sure to use a water regulator. Cable TV is available but the hookup was far back in the site and our cable wasn't long enough to reach. There is WiFi available but we couldn't receive it from our site near the front of the park. We'd definitely stay here again, hopefully for a longer visit.

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We planned to stay closer to Austin, but this was the only park in the area with availability during Thanksgiving week. We're glad we ended up here, and we extended our stay to three weeks instead of one. The park is pretty, the location is secluded and quiet, and yet it's a 5-10 minute drive to town for Walmart, restaurants, gas, etc. It's about 30 minutes to the southern parts of Austin. We were put in a new section that had just opened a week or two earlier, so we had no patio, picnic table, etc. and the grass was still trying to grow in from seed so it was a bit muddy when it rained, but we had most of the section to ourselves which was nice. All the staff we worked with were very friendly and helpful, and all the other residents we ran into were friendly too. The dog park is one of the larger ones we've seen at an RV Park, and our young Lab loved playing ball there twice a day. The river was too shallow and rocky for our dog to swim or play in. Our rate reflects a 50% "fall into winter" discount advertised on the park's web site for November through February. We'd stay here again.

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We stayed for two nights while visiting a friend in nearby Katy, TX. The sites are pretty small and close together...too close for our liking. The park is very close to I-10, but because it is up on a hill, most of the highway noise is muffled, unless you're in the first couple rows closest to the highway. Although the sites were small and the park was completely full, everything was fairly clean and tidy. We didn't use any of the amenities, so can't comment on those. There are some grassy areas and a pond which we walked around with our dogs a few times (dogs are not permitted in the pond). We'd consider staying here again, but would first look for someplace else nearby with larger sites.

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We only stayed here overnight on our way to Houston. The location is convenient in that it's right on I-10, but the traffic noise from the highway is extreme, including all night. The RV park is literally at the end of the exit ramp from I-10. Sites are a mix of grass and sand and gravel. Most of the park is occupied by permanent or long-term trailers, some clean, some not-so-clean. You can go fishing along the lake, but I wouldn't call it relaxing, again because of the proximity to the interstate. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Although the price was right, we would likely not stay here again due to the highway noise.

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We stayed here for 11 nights while we visited New Orleans. It's about 20 minutes from the French Quarter and KOA provides a free shuttle at 9am and 5pm to the city and at 5:45pm back to the campground. The staff are extremely friendly. The sites are a little narrow, but plenty long. We had no trouble fitting our 37' RV and toad with plenty of space. The sites have concrete patios and picnic tables. There is a 'back yard' of grass behind the sites which provides a little extra space, and an available dog park. We didn't have much luck with their WiFi, it was either slow or difficult to get on, but we had great signal with Verizon and AT&T for our hotspot. There are trains that pass through the area regularly, including at night. The train conductors are liberal with their horns, so it might be tough for a light sleeper. We did like this campground and would stay here again if we were in the area. It's a good compromise of price and location, much cheaper than staying in the French Quarter, but still easy and fast to get into town for sight seeing.

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We stayed here for a week, the price reflects the Good Sam discount. It is a great little park right on the water. The ocean (actually bay) front spots are very scenic. If you are a MH, you pull into the spot, if you are a 5er or trailer, you can back into the spot. The park is clean, I saw someone almost everyday raking up the stray pine needles and cones that fell to the ground, and the staff is very friendly. The sites are average in size, and all the amenities worked fine. The beach extends at least a mile into undeveloped areas where people let their dogs play off leash in the water and sand. Everyone is very friendly and respectful of others here. It is a quiet and relaxed park without any resort-like amenities. Carrabelle doesn't have a lot of things to do in the area so you have to drive further to find entertainment if you are not there to fish. We would stay here again if we were in the area.

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This campground is a bit off the beaten track. It's on the north side of Crystal River so it takes 15 minutes to get to most of the things in Crystal River, and about 25 minutes to Homosassa Springs. It is a quiet campground with very friendly residents. Everyone we met were very kind and always sprung up a conversation. A fair number are permanent residents and there are also a large number of trailer homes but they look cared for. The campground felt very safe and rather homey. Lake Rousseau offers free wifi through tengo, you have to get a coupon for each device. We didn't use their wifi and simply used our hotspot. The signal for AT&T is pretty weak in that area, and Verizon LTE was weak but acceptable. We used our booster for better signal. The sites are some gravel, sand, and grass. Mostly level with the utilities behind the coach. There are a lot of old trees so many of the sites are fairly shaded. Our site (33) is nice and large, but the one right next to us had almost no camping area. The campground is situated right on Lake Rousseau with a boat launch area. The lake is not dog-friendly (alligators are present) but very pretty to look at. It also had a couple of dog park areas you could use. They have a swimming pool but we didn't use it. This is a good place if you're looking for quiet and perhaps some fishing. It's not a resort and there are not a lot of activities to do. The campground is quiet, pretty, and well-tended but a bit further away from town. We'd stay there again.

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Full hookup sites and beautiful park right in the city of Orlando. It's only about 5 miles away from Universal Parks with tons of shopping centers nearby. The park is quiet with a pool (closed when we were there), fishing pier, picnic areas, Frisbee golf, and nature trails. It is very dog friendly. All picnic areas are off-limits for pets but there are so many other areas that it isn't an issue. The sites are very shady with a fair bit of space between neighbors. The length of the sites are a bit short, we have a 37' MH and we had to park our car partly in the camping area so we didn't stick out in the road. The park does not have Wi-Fi but we had good signal with AT&T and Verizon. The roads in the park are fine but the road in the RV area is a bit narrow and winding so you do need to take it pretty slow. With all the trees and water nearby, there were a fair share of mosquitoes so we did need bug repellent. Otherwise it's a fantastic place to stay. We would stay here again if we were in the area.