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Expensive? Yes. Lots of noise from I-10? Yes. Best bet when visiting New Orleans? Definitely. Full hook-ups, pavers throughout, great rest rooms and showers, pool, hot tub, and free cable. WI-fi only in common areas. We used our ATT Hotspot for connectivity. Within walking distance to French Quarter. Cab back after dark. Last year we stayed at State Park across the river. Too inconvenient to fight the traffic to drive into city, find a place to park, and drive back out. That's what makes French Quarter RV Resort best choice for us.

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Large COE campground on the Arkansas River close to Little Rock. Level, large sites some right on the river bank. Bathrooms were individual toilet, shower rooms. Good 4 bar AT&T 4G phone service. AT&T hotspot worked well for iPad and laptop.

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Nice COE Park. We were in site 58 which had a nice view of lake. Site a little short for 28 ft trailer and truck. The 2 showers were a drive away. The park could use additional showers at this end of park. We're here to visit Bentonville and Eureka Springs. If you're a senior, you can't beat COE parks for the price.

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Gem of a park. Facilities great. Lots of slopes to some of the sites and narrow road throughout. Would definitely stay again. Park is heavily wooded.

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Great location while visiting Mayo Clinic. Shuttle offered each day. Very clean restrooms, showers, and laundry. Mayo is not a place you want to be, but if you're here, this is a great location. We had a nice back in site with some shade towards the back. Would definitely chose this park if I return to the Mayo Clinic.

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Another great COE campground. Located right on the Mississippi River, there are some sights with beautiful views. We were in the smaller River Campground and liked it for size. There was only a pit toilet in this area but full shower and flush facilities a short distance away. I think all the sites could view the river. The bugs did come out at nite so beware. The site was long and level with some nice shade trees. I would highly recommend this park.

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We were going to stay overnight at the closest Walmart but when I saw there was a COE Campground nearby for $8.00 a night, I couldn't pass it up. What a find. We got in about 8 p.m., when the host was closing up the office. She waved us over and told us a couple of sites to look at since we didn't want to unhook for the night. She said we could pay the ranger later. We looked at two pull-throughs but found a back-in long enough that we didn't have to unhook, with a million dollar view. Great park. Well groomed. Pleasant personnel. This is a great stopover park because it's right off the interstate or would make a great camping destination for a week or so. Our Wi-Fi hotspots worked well. Our rooftop TV antenna pulled in what we need. No water faucets at each site but they were spread throughout the park. Will definitely stay again if in area.

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We chose this park to visit friends from Denison. What a great find. I love the Texas State Park system that allows you to choose a spot from what's available when you pull in even with a reservation. The park was virtually empty so got a great spot with lots of trees for shade. Had 50 amp service, water, picnic table on slab, fire pit and restroom facilities. All the water features were closed because of flooding but that didn't detract from our visit at all. Would highly recommend this park. Verizon MiFi worked best for us at this park. Had 3 bars of 4G for phone.

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We're here as part of a rally. Pull through site with a small patio and very close to neighbor. Thought it strange that our sewer connection was actually on the corner of our neighbor's small cement patio. We also have a sewer connection on our patio for our neighbor on the other side. Bathroom and laundry facilities very adequate. They provided a meeting/rec room for our activities that worked very well. Nice big swimming pool. Morning trash pickup at site. Cable. WiFi. Nice park to visit the tourist town of Fredericksburg and surrounding area. Not a camping destination for us but for visiting the town or attending an event in the area it was adequate.

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Great RV park in San Antonio to stay in while visiting the city. The office personnel who checked us in was excellent with all the information about the park and city. Long, level gravel site that we stayed hooked up in while we stayed two days. Great little pool to cool off in after a hot humid day downtown. Bathroom and laundry facilities were some of the best.

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We were traveling across I-10 from El Paso to San Antonio and needed a place to stay for the nite and came across this campground. No reservations taken, small little campground with pull-throughs and tent sites and it was a great stop for one nite. The big benefit here is that you were camping next to some of the nicest "show caves" we've seen in our travels. It's good for a one nite stay, don't need to unhook, enjoy the caverns and be on your way the next day. No reception of any kind for us, phone, internet, TV. No dump. Beautiful scenery surrounding the place. Would definitely stay again. Had some issues with electric. Check your pedestal before hooking up. You might have to move.

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This is a great park just south of the city of Alamogordo, NM. It's a state park with about 10 or so first come first served sites with the rest being reserved through reserveamerica. We went in without a reservation on a Monday a.m. and found a great site with water and electricity. Leveling can be a problem in some of the sites. The views of 100's of miles of desert in one direction and the mountains in the other are amazing. The campground is on the side of a mountain so we're literally looking over the top of the camper below us and he's quite a distance away. The personnel at the desk were great. This park is definitely good for a 2-3 day stay if not more. One of our favorites so far in a 9 month trip. Verizon MiFi good. 3 bars of 4G on cell phone. TV good on antenna.

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This is a great little park to stay while you visit the Basque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. It's basically a gravel lot with big spaces and 30 amp service. We had two 30 amp plugs on our pedestal and one kept dying on us so we switched to other and everything was fine. Bathrooms adequate. Shower's $2.00. Owner very friendly and aims to please. Located on the edge of the refuge. Would definitely stay here again if visiting the refuge. The picnic table was a cable spool.

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This is a great park to explore Santa Fe and surrounding towns. We used it as a base camp to visit Taos and Albuquerque also. In retrospect, we might have cut this stay by two days and stayed up in Taos because there was so much to see there. The sites are close together on gravel. The restrooms were close and very clean. The desk personnel were excellent. One of the beauties of this park is that there is a bus stop right outside the gate that takes you into town. I would definitely stay here again.

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Very nice campground. We're here to visit Carlsbad Caverns and are staying 5 nites. Might be a few too many for the limited things to see in the area. The campground itself we're very pleased with. We have a beautiful view out our back windows of typical NM landscape, lots of small shrubs with thousands of yellow flowers and the lake in the background. The site was level. We have a nice covered picnic table with a stone wind break. The bathrooms are nice and clean. Some of the sites have 50 amp and sewer but the majority are 30 amp with no sewer. Would definitely stay here again but maybe just a couple of nites when in the area.