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I am currently a full timer. I volunteer as a campground host about a third of the time.

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This RV park is centrally located. There is a section of permanent mobile homes surrounding the office. The RV section is 50% occupied by long term residents, some have been there for years. Management does not enforce their rules. My neighbor had an old car with visible damage and no license plate in their space. Some people allow their dogs to run around without a leash. Pull thru sites are positioned head-to-toe with little space between your neighbor. Wi-fi gets overloaded due to number of users. Rate is based on monthly rate and there was an additional charge to use a credit card. Train noise is noticeable but is 3 blocks away. There is more noise from people driving by with loud exhausts and music.

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Great campground to use as a base to visit Mesa Verde and other places in the region. The owners care about your concerns and are very helpful. The Wi-fi was okay for email but not much else. Verizon signal is low but useable. Easy drive to Cortez for groceries and restaurants. I stayed for a week and the campground was not busy until my last day. When full, you will be very close to your neighbor.

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Beautiful view thru the pass and all around. Over priced but really the only game in town if you want full hook-ups. Site was red sand mixed with dirt and some gravel. Cable was fuzzy. WiFi worked well when it connected but sometimes connecting was problematic. Verizon jetpack was useless. A wind storm blew in and it really was a big one. I believe that the pass at the bottom of the campground helped to intensify it. I had to put my Jeep at the rear of my trailer to lessen the impacts of the gusts. My neighbors rig was blown off its blocks and bent one of the stabilizers. I now know where all my leaks are since I have red sand in every crack and crevice. The staff was friendly and helpful.

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A very expensive campground on the edge of Sedona with little to offer except location. You are within walking/biking of Sedona but you have to go uphill to get there. The campground sits below the main street next to Oak Creek. The staff is attentive and helpful. A nice touch is they actually check each site after checkout where they clean the table and rake the site. WiFi was typical of a campground, slow during peak hours. Cable TV offers 99 digital stations put drops off constantly. They say it's not their problem but my neighbor had the same issue. Some sites a bit tricky to get into and the trees show the scars. I would stay somewhere else if I ever return.

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Very nice campground convenient to I-40. Some road noise at night from the interstate and the truck stop. Most of the sites are pull-thru. Wi-fi is not very good and I relied on my jetpack for consistent Internet. Cell phone signals are very good. Laundry is clean and inexpensive, however it is open to the public.

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Due to the super bloom in Death Valley there were no sites available in the Park. The campground is not fancy but meets ones needs. No cell service of any kind. Prices for goods and gas in Shoshone are over priced so stock up and gas up before you get there. If you do need something make the drive to Pahrump, NV. Would have been a better experience for visiting the park if the closest road into the park wasn't closed due to the flooding in October.

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This is a concessionaire run campground located within the National Recreation Park. Roads are asphalt and the sites are gravel with a concrete pad for the picnic table. Helicopters are constantly flying over during the day going to and from Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon.

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A nice park outside of the cities. A bit of a drive for supplies and gas. Previous reviews have covered the amenities of the park. The park has a few activities every week. Saturday night dinner was worth the price - $10 for a complete steak dinner!

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Beautiful location but the park is in need of maintenance. Roads within the campground are falling apart and it is hard to tell that they are asphalt. Camp sites are not level and many have ruts from rain runoff. Faucets for fresh water and tank rinsing do not have a hose attached, so you have to bend the faucet down and attach your own hose.

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Only stayed here for one night. The campground is far enough off the interstate that noise is negligible. Most sites are back-in with plenty of room. It is a very large campgrould but was less then half full. Most of the campers were snow birds.

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Roads are asphalt, as well as some sites. Mine was gravel. Check-in was quick and staff were friendly. Wi-fi was terrible, if I could connect it was very slow. Verizon Jetpack worked fine. Cell phone coverage was excellent. Laundry was good ($1.50 wash/dry). CG is far enough from the interstate that you don't get much noise from it. Nice CG to use as a base to visit the tourist attractions.

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A nice park in a questionable neighborhood. The campground is in the city in an industrial/commercial area right off a busy thoroughfare. All of the roads and many of the sites are gravel. WI-fi worked fine and cell phone coverage was good. There was fairly constant noise from the road and from the dollar store. Other areas of the park are near industrial businesses. I will try a different park if I pass thru again.

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Overnight stay while traveling west. Easy access off of I-10. The location is a few miles east of town. The road into the campground needs repaired but the roads inside the park are in good shape. Wi-fi worked okay. Good cell phone coverage. Road noise from the interstate is constant.

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Price doesn't include the $3 daily park fee. Beautiful area in which to camp, hike and bike. No cell phone service on Verizon, plus if you do connect they think you are in Mexico.

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Above average Thousand Trails campground. WiFi is advertised but there is only a WiFi hotspot at the activity center. The hotspot is very slow even when I was the only person in the center. Pros - all utilities worked fine; trees between most sites; very good lighting in the CG that doesn't interfere with star gazing. Cons - WiFi; sites not maintained. Staff was trimming trees during my stay.