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We had a short lay-over in this campground while returning to our home in the East. We wanted a rest day so stayed for two nights. The CG is easy on and off the highway. The host staff were very friendly and helpful and escorted us to our site and helped to get us situated. Internal roads and sites are gravel, level, with a comfortable amount of grassed space between sites. They have some really long sites making it easy to get it parked, and get out without taking off the car. We drive a 44 ft MH and tow the car. Wifi was a bit slow but the cell service was good. They had just installed new cable equipment and the cable worked well, after the host helped us get it correctly synched. It was surprisingly quiet given it's location to the highway. Trains do travel through the area and we heard their horns now and then but it did not disturb our sleep - we had to use the furnace anyway because of the temperature. They don't really have a designated dog area but there is grass around the park which makes a nice walk with the dog. We would stay here again.

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The CG is very easy to access on and off the highway. The owner was working in the office the day we arrived and he could not have been nicer or more friendly. We even got a complementary cookie because it was our first stay and then he escorted us to our site and helped us get parked. Internal roads and sites are gravel with grass between and for the most part level, there is a comfortable amount of space between sites Hook-ups are well located and easy to access, Wi-fi was a bit slow and cable was fine. We drive a 44ft MH with a tow and were able to fit into the pull-through with car attached. Although the park seems close to the road, it was quiet and scenic. Nice little dog area - not huge but enough to let our dog wander around a bit. We would stay here again.

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This is a sweet little park, easy on and off I40. Internal roads are paved, sites are gravel and level with extra long sites available. We parked with a 44ft MH with car attached. Campground very clean with nice dog exercise area. Although just off the highway, it was very quiet and peaceful. We did not use facilities or Wifi. Cell hotspot worked well and satellite reception good. Campground is small and fills up fast during peak snowbird travel season, we were lucky to have reservation as several campers were turned away. They do allow dry camping in the front of their parking area as long as there is room. Staff friendly and helpful. We will return to this CG if we are passing through this area next year.

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Stayed at GC for one night while traveling east. We travel in a 44ft MH towing a car and the CG was very easy off and on the highway and had wide internal roads that were paved. Sites are dirt and although they look level there is a slight slope to some of them. We could not level the coach on our first assigned site but the office gladly changed it for us and second site was fine. Sites are narrow but next door camper is headed in the opposite direction so it is a bit more private than one would think. Wifi worked well at times and slow at others. Cell service good. Grounds are a bit prickly with stickers and pickers that made walking the dog a bit tricky. No frills campground but good for an overnight stay. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here for a week in a pull-through patio site (W5). We travel in a 44 ft motorhome with a tow. Easy-in/easy-out, internal roads and sites are gravel and adequately wide. Our site was level, and most other sites looked level. Staff friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi worked really well in the morning and slow in the afternoon. Verizon service was good, as was our satellite reception. Windy and dusty location but nicely placed to Santa Fe and other tourist attractions. Campground has a nice dog corral, is quiet, and we would stay here again.

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Stayed one night while visiting friends in the area. Campground is easy to access from the highway but getting back on to the highway was a bit more complicated in the morning given our route. Internal roads are paved and wide. The area of the park where the overnight pull-throughs are located are a bit narrow and it took a bit of navigation to get into our site. Sites are gravel, mostly level, and tight for our size - 44ft MH with a tow. They were however, long enough to keep the car attached. One is able to get the slides out but you are quite close to your neighbor's slides. There is a dirt dog park but it was OK as it was not filled burrs and pickers so the dog could walk around comfortably. The park was clean and quiet. Given the tight navigation for our MH, I am uncertain if we would stay again, but it would work if needed.

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Campground is easy off/easy on interstate. Wide internal roads that are paved and very easy to navigate. We drive a 44ft MH and tow a car. We took the car off when we got into the park but many people drove attached to their sites. Sites are pea stone with concrete patio and either level or slightly slanted. I would not call the sites spacious but there is adequate space between your neighbor. There are many small trees in the park and we changed our first site as the tree was a bit close for us to open our slides. We ended up in a back-in and we were able to level our coach without difficulty. The park is clean and other campers were very friendly. Lots of activity with people walking dogs or doing exercise. A bit noisy as it is in the Tucson suburbs and off a fairly busy road. We used our AC at night so this was not an issue for us. Wifi worked well and was a bit slow during the busiest parts of the day, good satellite reception and cell reception. Not much grass around but a large dog park and several dog designated areas. We would stay here again.

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Stayed for three days during spring break so campground was full and teeming with families. The resort is easy access from the road, internal roads are paved, sites are concrete and level. There are small patches of grass and concrete patios at sites. We travel in a 44ft MH towing a car. The park is a bit tight to navigate, we needed to take the car off to get around to our site. Lots of shade trees which were nicely placed to make parking easy. Wifi great early morning and later in the evening, very slow in the daytime and cell service very weak. Nice dog walk areas. The park was a bit noisy in the evening from kids and families but quiet once it was time to sleep. We would stay here again.

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The park is nicely situated on the Gulf Coast with a walkway onto the beach. Site had plenty of room as it was built specifically for large motorhomes. We stayed on site 750, located on a lake and close to the beach. Facilities worked well although water pressure was a bit low but no problem. They had water restrictions while we were there but allowed motorhome and care washing one day a week. We stayed two weeks and staff were friendly and helpful. There was house construction occurring at the end of the park which made some construction noise during the day but not terrible. We would stay here again.

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Stayed overnight when traveling from Texas to Tucson. Park has wide roads and gravel sites which are level. We selected an extra-long site because we have a 44 ft motorhome and tow a car. The site had plenty of space to keep the car attached. The sewer connection is a bit far to the back but not a problem. No picnic table but this was not a problem for us. The office staff was very friendly and the park is very clean. Right off the high-way but the noise was not bad. Easy access. We would stay here again.

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We stayed one night while traveling west. We drive a 44 ft motorhome and tow a car. Easy on/easy off access from the highway. Internal roads are paved, sites are paved, but pull through starts in gravel and grass. It had rained recently and the dirt was a bit soft but manageable. The pull through sites were plenty long for us to keep the car connected. Once up on the pad it was pretty level. Fairly close to next site but not so close it felt constricting, grassy between sites. Most sites in the park looked level. This is a small park in a bit of a rural area. There was a pool but it was closed for the season. Did not use the other facilities. The wifi was slow and our phone hot spot worked better so we went with that. There is a dog walk area that is not fenced but grassy. The campground is a bit tight to navigate but we managed OK with the car connected. Office receptionist was friendly. This would not be a destination stop but we would stop overnight again if passing through.

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We stayed for five days in Site 06, which is a bit larger than other sites. It is considered a "value" site with a lower daily rate. Roads are wide and access to the site was easy. We were unable to use our awning due to the location of the coach house. We did not have access to the coach house but had patio furniture in the backyard of the site. There were very few other guests in the resort while we were there and it was quiet and peaceful. WiFi and facilities worked well and office staff were friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our time and would return again.

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We stayed overnight while going between Alabama and Texas, traveling in a 44 foot motorhome towing a car. Campground is located right next to I-10 so there is some traffic noise. For our size, navigating the campground was tight. Once on the site it provided adequate space to move around. Our neighbor was nice enough to move his car so that we could get out of the site in the morning. Campground fully paved and level. Quite full with many sites used by guests working on nearby construction projects. Receptionist very friendly and helpful. Given the tightness of navigation this campground would not be our first choice but if no other options available, we would stay here again.

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We planned on overnight but stayed an additional day due to icy weather. Park staff were extremely friendly and helpful and staying the extra time was not problem. We travel in a 44 ft. motorhome and tow a car. We stayed in site 48 which was long enough for us to get in without taking the car off. The park is mostly dirt and gravel and getting into our site was not a problem. There are trees pretty close to the sites but they had been trimmed and we were able to put out all the slides - a bit tight but OK. We would stay here again.

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We stayed at Riverbend for six weeks from late December to early February. We were is site 204 which is considered a wood-site lot with slightly lower rate. This is really nice resort with a very friendly atmosphere and lots of activities. While we were there we made use of the pickle-ball courts, pool and hot tub, watched some remote car races, participated in the twice weekly exercise class and took advantage of the breakfast and lunch offerings. The park is spacious with wide paved roads and large concrete sites. We drive a 44 ft motorhome and tow a car. East to navigate and park. Resort staff is friendly and helpful. Our site had lawn table and chairs for our use but some rental sites do not. Lovely landscaping between most sites which are spacious and lots of grass in the resort. Cable is ok. We did not use the resort Wifi as they require you install a modem which they supply, so we went with our hotspot which worked well. Good satellite reception. There is a dog run next to the pickle-ball courts but we did not often go there. From our experience, this is the nicest resort we have visited and hope to return next year for a couple of months.