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Great park just off of I-20. Nice pull-thru's easy to use. Great WIFI. The only complaint is the sewer connection is to the rear of the site. Very nice owner. No shade, but a plus for satellite reception. Will put on our list of definitely staying again.

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As stated by others, a very nice park. The park host met us as we drove in, assigned and led us to our site, then drove us in golf cart to casino for registration and to show us around. Very nice.

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Nothing fancy here, but if you want clean, level, pull-throughs right next to the highway, this is the place for you. Easy in and out, very level and you can commune with the cows next door. No amenities, just electric 30/50, water, and sewer.

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Park has fallen into disrepair from what others have posted. Roads were deeply rutted from a lot of rain. Sites were grass and not very level and looked too soft to use levelers. We opted not to stay after rocking our rig driving on the interior roads. Lady at front office was very nice and refunded our $30 with no problems.

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A tight campground in the middle of the woods. Dusty narrow roads, strange layout for the sites, only 4 OTA TV stations, (doubt if you can get your satellite to work from very many of the sites). Expensive for what you get. The lady was very nice when we called for reservations. Would not stay here again.

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Trailer Ranch RV Resort - Santa Fe, NM What a hidden gem in the city! Came here on the recommendation of friends and found a quaint, clean, roomy RV park. Sites were spacious and on concrete pads. Most sites were back in's, but you are led to the site by Carlos who is very good at directing you into your site making it a very painless process. Although you are next to a very busy street, an adobe wall separates you and keeps road noise to a minimum. Contrary to what I've read elsewhere, they are pet friendly, they are just very protective of their grass, so the pet walk is on gravel and they insist that you do not allow your dog to urinate on their grass. Our dog adjusted to the gravel with no problem We stayed in a motor home and would stay here again. May 2016.

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A/OK RV Park in Green River, UT. An older park, but all the sites are level and fairly roomy. Apparently it used to be a KOA, but has changed hands and is now an independent park. The pull-thru sites are all 30 amp, but if it's not too hot that should work for most rigs. If you require 50 amp, they are all back in sites. The owner is a hard working young lady that has a positive attitude and tries her best to accommodate your needs. Sites were long enough for our 36' motorhome with toad. No cable but you should be able to get satellite with no problem. OTR gave us 29 stations. We will stay here again when travelling through the area. It is also a Passport America park so if a member you can save some money.

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This has more of a campground feel to it rather than an RV Park. Has a lot of potential, but the owners need to do more maintenance, i.e. mowing grass, trimming trees, etc. On a positive note, the site we stayed in was very level and of sufficient length for our 36' MH with Toad. Very pet friendly, although it appears some pet owners had taken advantage of this and hadn't picked up after their pets. Price was a little high for what you got, but it is very convenient to I-40 and the loop that goes around Amarillo on the east side. Probably would stay again for a day or two, but any longer and we would try to get into Amarillo RV Ranch.

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Sites are spacious and well designed. The office/bathrooms/laundry were some of the best I've ever seen. The staff was extremely nice as we checked in and then led us to our site. Sites are terraced to provide a pretty level area. It is a new park therefore doesn't have many amenities, but for an overnight it is more than adequate. We would stay here again.

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Just wanted to update with a more recent review. We stayed here 10 days and absolutely love this park. Very clean and spacious areas. Camp hosts were very helpful and friendly. Also, the early morning Remote Control Aircraft flyers were fun to watch. A lot of to do in the area. 10 days just isn't enough and we will return next year!

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After a long day of driving in rain/fog, this RV park was a godsend. Extremely helpful staff advised us on how to avoid the worse traffic in Montgomery as we headed south in a blinding rainstorm. Sites are well laid out. Our site was extremely roomy and long enough for us to not need to unhook our toad. Good cable and WiFi. We will stay here again when we are in the area.

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Stayed one night and was very impressed. Very friendly owner and staff led us to our site. Very hilly ground, but sites were terraced nicely and it was no problem leveling at all. Would stay again. Did not see Elvis's ghost.

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This is a park that we always stay in when visiting family in Conway. As stated in one of the other reviews, some of the sites next to the river are better suited for tents than RV's. That being said, there are some wonderful views of the Arkansas River and the lock and damn system. We enjoy watching the barges manipulate the lock system. Good electric and water and easily accessible dump station. Will always stay here when in the area.

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Great RV park for overnight or extended stay. Nice level pull thru sites that were very easy to negotiate. Easy on and off of Loop 289. Very friendly staff. An added bonus of having a storm shelter! Will stay again!

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Thought this was a little pricey for the campground, maybe the Santa Fe location caused that. Sites were very close together, but fairly level. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed our stay. Our neighbor did bump his slideout into a tree when he extended it, but did no damage. I probably would stay again.