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You get what you pay for. The low rate got me here. If you're lucky enough to get one of the 14 spaces at the top of the hill, you'll have plenty of room. If you're unlucky and get one of the spaces on the up slope in the lower area of the park, hopefully you're rig isn't too long or wide. The sites are TIGHT and on the short side. Neighbor's water hookup was right at the base of my entry stairs. We were so close to the neighbors, we could hear their propane heater kick on and run. Could also hear sounds from inside their trailer. Couldn't hear what was said, but heard the sounds. Speaking of sounds, you will get road noise. Wifi was o.k., water pressure was adequate. Antenna pick up a good number of tv stations. Lady who works at the office is a bit gruff. She will NOT sign for a package if it requires a signature. She said she "can't be responsible". Really? Can't put it behind the front counter? There is no US Mail delivery to the park. You have to use General Delivery and pick it up in town. No problem, but it would be nice if they mentioned that little fact on the park's web page. Horse paddocks are overgrown with weeds. I guess they don't get used much. Overall, it is the cheapest game in town, but I wouldn't stay here again.

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Very friendly ladies at the office when I checked in. Only real negative I have is the slow Wi-Fi speed, but they are supposed to be upgrading to fiber optic so speeds should increase once that is done. Site was long enough for my 40' 5er and long bed truck to fit. That is not always the case in Moab campgrounds. Site spacing is good. Again, this isn't always the case in Moab. I had site 70. A tree was too close to extend the awning. Other sites have trees at different spots so they won't interfere with awnings. Good water pressure. Being away from the highway is nice and offers a quiet stay. No fenced dog run, but it is a big enough place to walk around for 10 min or so. Also the arena property is right next door and you can walk your dog there for more exercise if needed. Please remember to take your "pickup" bags. Was here in June so Passport America discount was used. Even with the extra cost to run a/c, it is still a much better deal than other Moab parks. I would stay here again.

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Very friendly owners and very friendly workampers. Older RVers stay here. Only kids I saw were the owner's and friends of the owners. That was great. Some sites back up to one of 2 ponds. Pull thrus are long, but a little funky. They have power on one side and water/sewer on the other. Cable did not work well for me, but I don't know if it was my coach or the park. Wi-fi was fine for email, but no streaming tv shows. Cell reception is spotty in this valley. The Dolores River runs right past the place and along with the 2 ponds offers shore fishing opportunities. Ponds are catch and release only, no license required. River is catch and keep, but you need a license. Even though the park is right on CO Rt 145, I wasn't bothered by traffic noise. Lots of things to do in this area. Stayed here a week and enjoyed it. I would stay here again.

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Ultra friendly hosts. Good wifi. Was able to stream shows without too much lag. Very few RVers so that might have something to do with the good wifi speeds. Good water pressure. Back in sites are about 45' long and wide enough to park my truck next to my coach. Park is right on Rt 149, but the road didn't have much use during our stay so it was pretty quiet. No fenced dog run, but there is a quiet neighborhood across the tracks to walk dogs on a leash. Remember your plastic bags, please. Zero over the air tv. The beautiful mountains must block the tv signals. All the RV parks in South Fork look pretty much the same (gravel lots). Considering this is the only park in South Fork that has no Passport America restrictions, I would stay here if staying in South Fork again.

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Very friendly front office staff. Convenient to town. Good wifi. As mentioned elsewhere, some interior roads are narrow. FHU sites in the back are VERY unlevel (front to back AND side to side). Site 90 is extremely narrow. When slides were extended, I had a about 1 foot of space on one side and about half foot on the other. Had to park my longbed truck perpendicular to the site and it just fit. Would have been several feet into the road if I had parked in line with my 40' 5er. Lots of room for smaller rigs. Big rigs would do better elsewhere.

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After being close to the road for the past 3 RV parks I stayed at, being on a VERY quiet backroad was a true pleasure. Friendly owner and hosts. RV park has mostly permanent residents, but there are pull thru FHU sites available for short termers. Lots of room to maneuver a big rig. Gravel drive/sites, decent water pressure, good over the air tv signals, nice view of the mountains, laundry available. Only negatives were weak wi-fi signal and no fenced dog run. Originally planned to stay 3 nights, ended up staying for 6. Lots of outdoorsy stuff to do in the area and a great PA rate.

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Friendly owner. Good water pressure. Pull thrus do not have sewer hookup. Permanent residents have backins with sewer. Pull thru sites are setup for 2 coaches side by side facing opposite directions with grass on door side no matter how you park. Space beside me was empty so I parked my truck there. Wi-fi was fine for email and Facebook, but no streaming videos. There is 1 washer and 1 dryer that are free to use. Wife was bothered by the road noise. Decent over the air tv. Gravel road in park is wide but bumpy. Not a bad place to stay considering the PA discount. Park is about 7 miles from Roswell.

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Rate I used is the average of 1 night PA and 2 nights Good Sam discount. Very friendly hosts. Water pressure is a bit on the low side at 20psi according to my pressure regulator. Park is close to a highway so there is some road noise. Can hear the train horns even though the tracks are a mile + away. Level gravel site was about 60' long and plenty wide. Cable is good but wi-fi was VERY slow. Host said AT&T claims the speed is as good as it gets for being "out in the country". I don't know if this is the best park in the Lubbock area, but I stayed here because it was the highest rated on this site. I would give another park a try before coming back here just to see what else is available.

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Very friendly and accommodating owner. Very good water pressure and 50A FHU sites. Relatively quiet. Inner road was a bit rough. Several permanent residents. No leash rules. No wifi, but owner hopes to have it installed by June 2015. Antenna reception was spotty. No scenery to speak of. An o.k. place to overnight or spend a few nights, especially at the PA rate.

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Busy park. Was nearly full when we arrived. At least it was quiet though. Weather was poor so never bothered with the pool. Pull thru sites are good sized, probably about 70' long. Good water pressure. Antenna pulled in a lot of stations, but no ABC stations that I could find. Wifi is free and worked well for email, iffy for watching shows. Gravel roads and sites. Site was't too out of level, but it did slope front to back. Fenced dog run had a lot of fire ant mounds and the grass was pretty high. Would stay here again given the PA rate.

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We stayed for 4 nights. Great place to stay if you want to explore the area for a few days or if you just want to overnight. Granted, it is a gravel parking lot, but look beyond that. Long and wide sites. The slope eases closer to the pond, but my coach was level even though it was closer to the top of the park. Gravel was great for shedding the rain from a frog strangler that rolled thru the nite before. Zero mud on my feet. Heard no road noise at night. Wi-fi worked well. Self-serve check-in is available. While I was filling out the paperwork, one of the owners came over and we chatted a bit. Paperwork asks for a LOT of info but I filled in only the basics. Both owners are very friendly. Water pressure was good at about 45 psi. Dog run is about 20 x 40. Good enough for my dogs to get a little off leash time but bigger would be better. Fishing pond is available for $3 a day and you need to sign a waiver for that because it is privately owned and off property even though it is right next door. Had a nice stay here and would stay again if in the area.

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Easy entrance and exit. Older park that is an open field. No need to climb on the roof to sweep leaves and twigs off the tops of the slides. I like that! FHU sites with 50A power and VERY good water pressure. Services connections are at the rear of the sites. Wi-fi worked, but doesn't have a lot of bandwidth. Fine for email and Facebook, but you won't watch movies on it. Gravel roads and a gravel/grass mixture parking pad that is level. Site were nice and wide so you're not right on top of your neighbor. Host and hostess were very nice.

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Only overnighted at this park. Sign in is at the Heritage Center just past the RV park entrance. It looks like that would be a nice place to spend a little time walking thru. Pull thru sites are 50 amp and back ins are 30 amp. No sewer hookups at the sites. The dump station is at the end of the loop. They must have had a lot of rain shortly before our visit because the mosquitoes were horrendous. Trails are available and I think it would be a nice place to explore. Just make sure you have lots of skeeter repellent.

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Looks a bit "rustic" from the road, but it is a great value. Depending on your site, you may get some road noise. Didn't bother me but the wife is a light sleeper. Lots of fulltimers and some folks who get up early for work. Only a few kids, which I liked. Some FHU pullthrus but mostly backins. Friendly staff and friendly neighbors in the park. Spotty OTA tv reception. Wifi worked well and it was free. Laundry facility was clean, $2 to wash a load and $2 to dry a load. The store isn't much of a store, but the place isn't very far from civilization. Should have done some fishing or at least walked around the lake. Looks like a nice walk. If you come here via I-459 and your GPS tells you to get off at Exit 10, DON'T DO IT!!!! Yes, you can still get here from Exit 10, but it involves many more twists, turns, and narrow roads.

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Lakeside COE park. Turn around for some sites (site 7 is one of them) was too tight for my 5th wheel, so I had to back it up and go to a different site. Plenty of open sites available. 50 amp power and good water. No sewer. OTA tv reception was spotty. It was pretty cold some nights, but that is Georgia in the winter. Staff was very friendly. When departing with a long coach, ask if you can exit thru the entrance gate. It is easier on tires than the exit driveway. Maybe someday the COE will reduce the bend in the exit road from the gatehouse to the main drive.