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Park has great electrical power. Wi-Fi was good. Liked the lay out very much with plenty of room between sites. Potholes have been fixed and roads are in great shape. The only problem I saw was the gnats. I guess it was that time of the year for them to be everywhere. They weren't just in the park, they were even lousy in town. I would return here if I'm ever in the area again and wanted a nice campground.

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Wi-Fi signal was strong. Electrical power in 120 volt range and constant. Power boxes could be a little higher off the ground but didn't cause any major concerns. Good water pressure. Sites were very clean and you could see that someone raked each site probably after the occupant left in the morning. Easy off and on I-10 with no noise. I would stay here again if in the area. Gentleman in office very nice.

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No Wi-Fi. Office lady did say you could go into town and use McDonald's if you needed it. Pot holes at entrance and exit of campground. Needs gravel all through campground as water was standing in the pads and pot holes. If looking for a place to sleep for one night it might work in an emergency situation. Campground has went down hill the last few years and it needs someone to give it some tender loving care. Laundry room was not clean so we wouldn't use it.

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Suppose to have Wi-Fi and they give you a link-sys to use in your camper but I never could get it to work so I took it back. They also charge $1.00 for the use of it. Office area is a wee bit cluttered but I didn't figure I'd be sleeping in there anyway. Gentleman in office was very polite and nice. Escorted to site. They just had a lot of rain so can't degrade them for water in area. The site I was on had great electrical power as it was in the 129 volt range all night. Road into campground was paved put rest of roads and pads were gravel. I would stay here again if in the area.

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Wi-Fi was OK. Gravel roads with lots of dust. Even the golf carts created dust. Kids everywhere so drive with both eyes open. Very poor electricity with 104 - 106 volts during the day. It did finally get up to 110 volts in the evening but still would not use AC because being afraid of ruining the compressor because of low voltage. Had to use fans all night and couldn't open windows. Did I mention DUST. They did have a couple of lakes for fishing and a golf driving range for the older folks. Would not return to this campground if I'm in the area. I would look for another one with better electrical power.

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No Wi-Fi. They will even charge you to use their dump station even if you stay there. Escorted to site. First site we couldn't level on so he moved us over a couple sites where it was a little more level. They have a pool but for some reason couldn't put water into it because of some regulation or need of inspection. Would not stay here again if in the area.

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Wi-Fi is ok. No sewer hook up and the main dump is in the lower section. Only open April 15 to October 15. Picnic tables available. Public playground adjacent to the campground. Hiking and Biking trails run through park. This is a very nice city park. I stay here every chance I get when I'm in the area.

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No Wi-Fi. This is a mobile home community but RV's are welcome and they do have room among the resident homes. It is a nice place to stay if you are having work completed at Cummins Mid-South as it is only about 6 miles from the shop. The lady in the office is very accommodating on the check out time and she will work with you. It is located on Carson Road and you have a hard time finding the office. Just pull into the gas station and look for the office on the far end my laundromat. If you are looking for a good place to eat just go North of Carson Road on Hwy. 79 for about half a mile on your left side of the road. A small hole in the wall but they serve good BBQ. I would use this mobile park if in the area again and had to stay over to have work done at Cummins.

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NO NO NO! Stay away from this mud hole. The road leading into the campground is some gravel and a lot of dirt. Frost heaves were terrible and made you think you might not make it through because of the soft road surface. Wi-Fi is lousy and sometimes you couldn't even get a signal. They have a pool but with out water in it I can't see it doing you much good. The grass has not been mowed for quite some time. The sites were not clean, in fact, I saw a woman go to the office and borrow a rake so she could clean up her site. There are deep ruts in pads. The roads inside the campground could use a lot of gravel. When making reservations the person on the phone acted like it would be a hard thing to do if I wanted to stay an extra night as she might not have a site for me. That was a big laugh since there was only five campers in the entire place. There is no one in the office from 1:00 until 4:00 so I found a site and set up and waited for the office to open. My reservations were even wrong as they had me coming in the following day. I gave her my confirmation number and she couldn't even find it but she did have my name down somewhere. I would have rated this campground a zero if I had the selection. This used to be a very nice campground but no more. I'm not sure but I think they are the only campground in the Fargo/Moorhead area and therefore can get by with just about whatever they want.

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Lady in office very nice and friendly. Of the 44 sites there was 14 sites approximately 125 feet long. Wi-Fi Free. Laundry room had two washers and dryers. Very, very clean. Cost was $1.50 for washers and dryers. Good water pressure and electrical power was at 124 volts. Gravel roadways and pads with grass and picnic tables between pads. Some sites have a BBQ Grill and some don't. Park is well groomed. Office has a small RV Supply Store. Propane sales on site. Big trees for shade with a few open sites available if you have a dish. The Showers and Restrooms were impecible and they impressed me very much. A little road noise from I-29 but nothing you can't live with.

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Wi-Fi cost $1.25 per night. Cable is available but it also costs and I'm not sure of price since we didn't want it. Lots of permanent residents. Propane service was available. Small RV Supply store inside office area. Office lady friendly and helpful. Sites were narrow with no privacy. Had to park tow in front of camper and half way in the street like everyone else. Had to ask camper next door to move his guests vehicle so we could even pull out of our site. There was just no room for guests to park. The pull thru sites are pull thru if you are the first one there. They are actually two back in sites. Not sure I would rate this as a pull thru. Electrical power and water pressure was very good.

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A really new campground. Great for overnight but not a destination campground. Located just behind the Shop with easy access. Open all year. Gravel pads and roads leading into sites. Each site has a picnic table and trash can. The service Motorhomes and have propane service available. It rained hard the night we were there so you will find standing water around when this happens. Located next to a cattle farm but didn't have the smell. This was not a cattle lot but open grazing field. Great electrical power and Wi-Fi was free with good signal. Propane service was also available.

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First let me say the campground is right in the middle of the Air Force flight path. Being an old Air Force guy I didn't mind the noise at all. It brought back a lot of old memories. Gentleman in the office was very helpful and friendly. Limo service to the Big Texan Steak House was available and the drivers were very courteous. Good water pressure and electrical power was good. Wi-Fi has a good signal with no problems connecting. No Version service in the complete town of Amarillo. Extended service was available though.

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Wi-Fi signal and it is free. Located close to downtown Old Santa Fe. Sites are level. Lot of full time residents. Rv Repair person lives on site if you need help and office has a lot of business cards in office. Ask owners and they will recommend a good quality mobile service for different problems you may have. Nice shade trees. Lady in office very helpful with information on events going on in town. Water pressure is good and so is the electrical power. I would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Park was very clean. No grass to be had as it was either asphalt or lava rock. Had to use pads under jacks and also had to use a support under your sewer hose. Staff was friendly both at the check in office and in the kennel. Price listed is an estimate as we had a package deal that included the First Class Dome car, Kennel and three night stay. If you are going to ride the train I would definitely suggest the Dome car. If you need any mechanical work like I had to have then I would suggest Canyon Gateway Tire, Auto and RV Repair. It is the Mobil Gas service station on the right as you enter Williams. I would also suggest Al's Mobile Rv Repair if you need general RV Repair work. He will come to your site. Just ask at the office and they will give you his business card. I had to use both services and they are reasonable and reliable. I can't sing enough praises for the Mobil Service station. They are very fine mechanics and do quality work.