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Meteor Crater RV Park worked well for us as an overnight stop between Albuquerque, NM and the Phoenix, AZ area. The park is laid out well and we had enough room in our site to leave our tow vehicle hooked up. When we checked in, which must be done at the adjacent gas station, there was only one staff member trying to handle all the traffic for both businesses. The RV park entry gate had to be remotely operated from the gas station and appeared to be somewhat narrow for big rigs. We did not have any trouble getting through however. Park WiFi was pretty typically slow, so we utilized our Verizon phone hot spot sucessfully. TV was antenae only, but worked pretty well for such a remote location. We were able to pick up 4 to 5 digital channels. Our site was attractive and featured several small shade trees.

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This RV park has worked well for us as an overnight stop during several trips across Texas. Both times we were able to get a long pull-thru space with plenty of room to keep our tow vehicle attached. Staff is friendly, and an escort was provided to our site. WiFi and cable TV worked fine, although the park Internet experienced a typical afternoon/evening slowdown. Twin Pines no longer accepts Passport America. Some sites were provided with a large wooden wire spool in lieu of a table.

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Buck Creek RV Park provided a great overnight spot for our big rig and tow vehicle. Sites are very long, and even offer a choice of two sewer connections. No staff was available when we arrived, but plenty of sites were open during the slow fall season, so we picked one and set up. That worked out well, and we settled up with the office helper when she returned. Services are minimal at this park, but for an easy in and out overnight stop without unhooking our tow car, it was perfect.

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Easy in and out for our rig, which was important because we were having service work at a nearby Freightliner. Staff was friendly, and we got a golf cart escort to our assigned site. We were told the Big Texan restaurant next door bought this RV park about a year or so ago. Apparently the new owners have been advertising like crazy, so the place stays pretty full. A lot of big rigs passed through during our three days in residence. A limo with longhorns on the hood made the rounds of the park to pick up campers and escort them in style to the restaurant, which is famous for offering a meal for free as long as you can eat a 72 ounce steak plus sides. This park has an indoor pool and hot tub, but permission must be granted by the office to use the hot tub. WiFi was only available at the office. Cable TV is only available if you pay a $50 deposit and hook up a box provided by the office. We were told this was a recent change required by their current cable provider. We opted not to get the box since we were in and out for service. We were able to get plenty of broadcast channels with our antenna.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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Limon KOA Journey is a pretty typical small town KOA with the added attraction of a pizza and wing fast-food service in the office. The park does have a pool, but it was closed for the season when we arrived in mid-September. Since we were only staying one night, we were given a very convenient pull-thru space near the exit. It was not necessary to unhook our tow vehicle. Cable TV worked well, but the password-protected park WiFi was only adequate.

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Pony Soldier is a fairly basic RV park that exactly met our needs. We visited during the fall slow season and practically had the place to ourselves for our four day stay. We were encouraged to pick our own space from the available 50 amp pull-thru spots. Not many of the grass and dirt sites have a picnic table, but those that were available could be moved. The staff was quite friendly and helpful. WiFi worked pretty well, perhaps because we were the only ones using it! We found Pony Soldier to be a great bargain and would happily stay there again.

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Watch out for big rocks at the entrance to this park. It is also not clear exactly where rigs should park for checkin at the office. Otherwise this is a nice park with trees, grass and level paved pads. Neither picnic tables nor fire rings were provided, but the grass was lush. Park WiFi worked pretty well, but frequently requires a time-sensitive code that limits the number of devices. This park does not recycle. Service was friendly and we were permitted to have a package of mail forwarded for pickup on arrival.

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Pondera is a pretty casually run park with grass and gravel sites. We used it for an overnight stop after crossing the border from Canada. A grocery store within quick walking distance enabled us to replenish the larder without unhooking our tow vehicle. Cash payment was requested.

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JGW is a very nicely landscaped park right on the banks of the Sacramento River. We opted for a riverview site for a forward-facing rig. They also offer back-facing sites for rigs with better viewing windows in that end, as well as regular sites without a water view. Bird-watchers can enjoy sitting on the banks of the river, but must be aware of lawn sprinklers which could catch them unexpectedly.

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This high-end motorcoach resort is one of the nicest places we have ever parked our rig -- and the price reflects that. We thoroughly utilized and enjoyed the amenities, which included multiple pools, tennis courts, and a nine hole grass putting golf course. Beautiful landscaping is everywhere and the grounds are kept in immaculate condition. All sites have large concrete pads, and many prime spots feature elaborate outdoor kitchens. All roads in the resort are wide, with gently sloped curbs on both sides. WiFi worked well and cable TV offered a good selection of channels. We stayed at LVM Resort after most of the snowbirds had departed, so there were plenty of spaces available. We would happily visit here again.

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We found Loop 289 RV Park a convenient overnight stop several years ago on our way through this part of the country. This time we stayed two days and had a chance to explore more of the Lubbock area. Loop 289 provided us with a nice level cement pad pull-through space with an additional concrete area on which to park our tow vehicle. Since we were getting some new tires for our RV while in Lubbock, we had to enter and exit our site several times, and found it to be a very easy exercise. Water, sewer, and electric hookups were located so conveniently in our site that we were able to use the smallest lengths of hose to hookup. This park offers a discount of about $3 per day if payment is made in cash. We were not successful in getting park Internet to work, but our own Verizon service was adequate.

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Canyon Gateway RV Park is located conveniently off the freeway and features long pull-thru spaces with groomed shade trees at each end. This park does not offer much in the way of extra ammenities, but the staff is friendly, and electric, water and sewer hookups all worked well. Cable TV was very limited and park WiFi did not meet our needs. Our Verizon service worked adequately. All sites are covered with red lava rocks about the size of a quarter. The road surface was covered with a fine red powder which does tend to get on everything. There were a few concrete picnic tables scattered throughout the park, but they could not be moved and most sites did not have a table. We stayed at this park during low season, so had very convenient access to our rig. Parking tow vehicles while the park is full might be a bit of a problem. This park does not recycle. We would happily stay here again.

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Wahweap Campground features large cement pads and a lovely overlook of Lake Powell in the full hook up RV sections. Campground guests are given cards to access pool facilities at the nearby Lake Powell Resort. There is a charge for showers (8 quarters will get you 15 minutes). This park does recycle. Park WiFi was pretty much unuseable except in the Resort lobby. Our own Verizon service worked ok though. There is no cable TV. We would happily stay here again.

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This Best Western Motel (currently affiliated with another Best Western right across the street), has 10 RV spaces in the back parking lot offering full hookups. The hotel is in the process of doing a major renovation in that area, so construction equipment fills some of the space, the ground is torn up, and RV park signage has been taken down. The location is fantastic, since it is within easy walking distance of most of Cedar City and the Southern Utah University campus. The future of the park may be a bit questionable however. One desk clerk told us it was probably going to close in October, but another said it was going to stay open indefinitely. The day manager explained that the motel was breaking off from the one across the street, so eventually the one affiliated with the RV park would change its name to Best Western Plus - Cedar City. Travelers considering this park should call ahead to make sure it will be open, and also to check the best entrance. WiFi worked ok. No cable TV was provided. We assume travelers needing amenities like bathroom, pool, gym would use the hotel facilities.

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Mountain Valley is a new and very well-maintained park. It features a nice pool with hot tub, as well as a clubhouse/kitchen area and small gym. The staff was exceptionally friendly. Work is underway to expand the park and build a second pool and clubhouse for an "adults only" section. The park does have rather high water pressure, so requires all guests to use a pressure regulator. Internet and cable TV service worked well. This park does recycle. We would happily stay here again.