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This campground had no frills but a great place to stay overnight. This place is in the middle of town but very quiet at night. Large pull thru sites, level and wide roads make this campground easy in and out. Self pay box at the entrance. There are a few permanent sites here, but they are kept very neat. Great wifi. Verizon Mifi had only 3G signal. AT&T cell and data worked.

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We booked a two night stay and we were happy that was all. The owner is trying very hard and tries to do the best he can but the campground just isn't layed out very well. The sites are very small and not level. I stepped out of my door and there was my neighbors sewer 4 feet away. The picnic table barely fit between our slides. I will not stay here again.

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This is a city park in a sleepy town of Mason, TX. The campground has good full hookups with 50 amp service. The sites are compact stone and the roads are paved. There is a small concrete pad with a picnic table on each site. This campground is meticulously maintained by the hosts. The bathrooms and showers are cleaned daily. They have 2 washers and 2 dryers in the laundry room which was also spotless. The wifi works great and that is good because I couldn't get wifi on my Verizon Jet Pack. Verizon cell phone worked good. My daily price reflects a weekly rate. I will defiantly stay here again when in the area.

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This campground was a great place for our overnight stay. We had a nice pull thru site with plenty of room in the park for maneuvering a big rig. The person in the office was very friendly and helpful about the area. The campground was well maintained and quiet at night. Verizon cell and wifi worked good. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This park is a top notch park. The campsites are owned privately and the office rents them out for the owners. This is a very well laid out campground in a handy location to shopping and the beach. I could found no faults with this place. Large heated pool, great laundry facilities, clean showers and restrooms. The sites are level, large and all paved will nice landscaping. I did notice some of the sites had the utilities on the other side for motor homes to pull straight in. This is a great place to stay.

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This is a very well maintained state park. The sites are large and level with very wide approaches for backing in. When we arrived our site was very clean and raked to look like nobody has ever been there before. The only complaint I have about the site is that it is a course sand that sticks to your shoes and is tracked everywhere. AT&T cell and Verizon data worked good.

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This is a new campground that just opened last January. The owner is working very hard to make this a first class campground and it shows. To enter the campground you must have a code for the gate. It is best to call ahead so the owner knows you are coming and he can let you in and guide you to your site. My price was a Passport America price and is good for only the back in sites along the woods, which are nice sites. These sites are gravel and grass with concrete patio and picnic table. The drive thru site are concrete and level with a patio and picnic table. All the sites are roomy and a lot of space between them. Wifi is available but did not work at my site. I had to go to the clubhouse to use the wifi. Verizon cell and data worked good. The clubhouse has 2 washers and dryers and showers that are spotless and a swimming pool behind the clubhouse, which was not heated. This is a very clean, quiet campground, I would definitely stay here again when in the area.

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Very friendly at check in. This campground is a bit worn. The asphalt in the campsites is breaking up and the utilities are old and need updating. The sites are well spaced and the wifi worked great. Looked like some of the sites were occupied by permanent residents. This is a very quiet campground convenient location to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. $18-$20 per night is a reasonable price to stay a few nights here. I would stay here again if in the area.

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This park can use a good cleaning around the showers, rest rooms, and office. All the buildings are covered with spider webs and bugs and the showers did not look clean at all. Our site had a view of a bunch of junk sitting alongside and the back of the office. We had site #8A and the electric was in the front of the campsite on the opposite side of the RV electric connection, so be sure to bring an extension to reach it. We were right next to the Internet transmitter but could not get on the Internet. We were told it was an old system and sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't, it never worked for us. The lady that checked us in was very polite and accommodating. This campground is way overpriced for what you get here and the quality of the campsites.

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A very nice campground below the dam of the Norfork Lake. Below the dam is the North Fork White River, which is where the campground is. This is a COE campground so seniors get it half price with America The Beautiful Card. The sites overlooking the river have a great view and able watch fly fisherman fishing when the river was down. They raise and lower the river by several feet several times a day. The whole campground is very nicely laid out and well maintained. The sites are paved and level. AT&T cell worked, but weak, Verizon Mifi worked good. No OTA TV. We were here Easter weekend and there were several campsites still available. This campground is open all year. All sites have water & electric, no sewer, some 50 amp and some 30 amp. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice campground right on the Arkansas River by a dam & locks. We got here on a Tuesday around 5:00 of the week of spring break in this area and were lucky to get the last campsite available that we could fit our 34 foot fifth wheel in. We had site B8 which is a great site on the downside of the dam. The only bad thing about this site is a lot of locals come here fishing and this site is next to the parking lot, so there were a lot of people cutting thru our campsite to fish along the river. Water & 50 amp electric worked good. AT&T cell & data worked and so did Verizon MiFi. I will stay here again but look for a different site, not so close to the parking lot.

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This is a nice spot to stay if visiting Lubbock, TX. The city has grown out around the campground so you are close to everything but it is still quiet in the campground. There are many permanent sites here but they are well kept and no trashy campers. The over night sites are right by the office, pull thru sites with FHU. It looked like there are only a few overnight sites so be sure to call ahead and they will save one for you. AT&T cell and data worked great and Verizon WiFi did too. Ask at the office about WiFi and since you are close to the office they will give you their code to log on and you should be able to get it at your campsite.

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This is a good place to stop in Pie Town on your way to someplace. The campsites and road are gravel. Sites are fairly level. The road running parallel to the campground is a gravel road and if you have a west wind your alright but an east wind can make it a little dusty when vehicles drive by, you might want to take a site closest to the bathroom/showers. AT&T cell service and data do not work here. Verizon MiFi does not work here but the campground has excellent wifi. The utilities worked good. The owner was very friendly. I would stay here again if in the area.

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We stayed here while visiting Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. The staff at the office was very friendly. She gave us a choice of two sites and even drove us to each site so we can make our choice. The campground is very tight and even a drive thru site is very difficult to maneuver in and out because the site and roads being so narrow. We have a 34 foot fifth wheel. The roads and sites are gravel. Some of the sites do not have a concrete patio. We did have a half size picnic table. The wifi and cable tv worked good. AT&T cell phone worked but not AT&T data. Verizon MiFi worked. I would look for another park next time because of the difficulty of getting in and out of my camp site.

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Very nice RV resort, good space between sites. We had site 910, which was a pull thru in the back with nobody behind you. The place is very well maintained and spotless. The people working here are very friendly. The campground has paved roads and gravel sites with a small concrete patio. The sites are fairly level. The utilities are at the back of the campsite so I had to use an extension for the sewer, but it worked fine. They have a swimming pool (too cold to use in the winter) and a hot tub that is warm enough to use. They have a clubhouse with activities. Pickle ball courts and RV & car wash, laundry facilities. The showers are separate private rooms with outside entrance and were spotless. The wifi was excellent and very dependable. They had Netflix blocked which is a good thing so everybody else could use the wifi.