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This campground nowhere fits what I would deem to meet the criteria worthy of being called a KOA affiliate. When I checked in I was not informed that the water for the bathhouses and laundry were not available due to the Dept of Health shutting them down. I did some research on reviews and found that the water had been shut off due to E Coli a month prior. Had this been disclosed, we would have gone somewhere else. I only discovered this when I went to do laundry. We were extremely nervous to drink the water or use the pool as a result. The main reason we chose KOA as we travel full time in the summer is to use laundry and bathhouse facilities. The WiFi was not working at all- Not spotty, non-existent. The sites were not only "un-level", they had HILLS in the center of the pull through which made it impossible to level. (Due to the water issue, many of the sites were not available). The grass was covered in ragweed and there were piles of garbage in the vacant fire rings. The picnic table was falling apart. I have never felt the need to research a KOA prior to stay, because they have consistently been acceptable. Some better than others, but certainly not a Dump like this place. I know better now to do some homework on all campgrounds now. Oddly, I did not get an email to review this campground like I have for others. This was the worst of any campground I've ever been to.

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Beautiful trees! WiFi was the fastest I've ever seen. Office staff was wonderful. Don't follow the GPS into the cemetery, but watch for the sign instead. The park itself is across the street.

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PPA Rate of $16. Very rural and quiet. Quite a number of full-timers. Site was not level, very slanted, no gravel just dirt. iFi was non-existent.

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The location was great, we were able to safely walk to The French Quarter each day. We did take a taxi back after dark. There is a gated entrance that you will need a code for whether you walk or drive. The park itself is nestled between an abandoned shopping center, cemeteries, and the freeway so noise (or ambiance) might bother some, but did not bother us. Do not use GPS once you get off highway, follow signs for the park. The sites were level and clean. Bathrooms & showers were clean. Pool area was nice. The WiFi was awful. The girl at the desk could use some customer service training because she was very rude.

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Convenience to the beautiful cavern was the selling point for us. The sites were basically primitive with electric and water only. Level. If they just did a little bit of maintenance, this place would be really beautiful. Peacocks and deer running around. Not much else to do around town. There was a full-timer who took up 4 spots and had a bunch of junk strewn around the "nicest area". Wi-Fi was available, but very spotty. No phone service via AT&T.

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Very clean, good location. Easy gravel pull-through site. Good WiFi signal, good cell coverage. Loved it. Discount reflects PPA

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While the people in the office were nice, the park itself was the nastiest I've seen. 98% was run-down full-timer sites. Our site was an un-level mud pit, water was broken-although was repaired while we were there, had to use Lowe's WIFI since park's did not work.Very run down. Full-timer next door used his hammer to build something on his front patio until midnight. Unhook TOAD at parking lot. Whole park is next to busy freeway.

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About an hour away from civilization, caverns, and anything else to do which we kind of liked. Sites were level and clean. Very quiet. At check-in, the lady was really nice and explained they cook a BBQ dinner (for a fee) every night. If you want them to provide a meal, you'd have to have order in by 6:15pm. Escort provided into spot. Not a lot of shade, but it is New Mexico.