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This is an impressive new RV park that opened spring 2015, but is still under construction. Hookups functioned fine and water pressure was good. We were never able to get Wifi to work. Major landscaping is still in progress and none of the ancillary amenities/activities- hot tub, dog parks, playground, game courts, etc. were complete yet. The sites are roomy with nice patios and the streets are wide and easily navigable. The park is located conveniently right off Hwy. 64, but GPS will try to send you to Angel Fire Resort off of Hwy. 434/38. This will be an exceptional RV resort when finished. We will be back.

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This was just an overnight stay and served our purpose. The CG was convenient to our route and easy enough to get in and out of. The pull-thru site was level gravel. Water pressure was adequate. We had some shade, but we were still able to receive satellite signal. Wifi was sketchy, but phone signal was good. This however is definitely not a "Resort". It is an older CG in need of some maintainance and upkeep- grass needed to be mowed, picnic tables are old and dilapidated.

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Really lovely, well maintained CG. Nice wide roads and escort to site is always helpful. Level gravel site. Owners are super nice and helpful. Planned events are a bonus- loved pizza night. Wifi sketchy. Water pressure low. We would happily camp in this park again.

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I'll preface this by saying I usually don't reserve a site in a park that doesn't have current reviews, but we wanted to be near Aspen/Snowmass Village and this CG in Basalt is the closest park with full hook-ups that can accommodate a motorhome. It is a small, older CG with narrow, tight, close gravel sites. We were in a pull-thru next to a few other motorhomes that were so close there was barely room to park the toad between. Water, electricity and cable worked fine. For us, this was just a place to park our RV while we spent time in a really beautiful area of CO. This park served our purpose.

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Just an overnight stay for us and this CG met our needs- close proximity to our route, easy off and on interstate, and level pull-thru. Nice staff, escort to site always helpful and appreciated. It was a hot day so we appreciated the shade tree, but couldn't get satellite due to the tree. That's how it goes sometimes. Our only complaint was cable connection was very poor- intermittent and snowy. We would stay here again travelling through.

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Just an overnight, but perfectly fine. Office staff friendly. Site level. We arrived late and left early, but we would stop over again.

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This is a very nice park convenient to the national parks and Moab. The streets are wide and easily navigable. The grounds are well kept and very clean. There were few campers mid August and it was very quiet. The office help was friendly and answered my questions with excellent recommendations.

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Very clean and neat. Nicely landscaped. Minimal shade. No fire rings because no outdoor fires allowed. Some road noise. On the river, but access to fishing very difficult due to steep rock embankment. View of the river was lovely. We watched deer grazing across the river, ducks and geese with goslings on the river. Park operator was very friendly and helpful. We liked the location- easy on and off interstate, convenient to sights, but away from the carnival atmosphere in the towns. The picnic table was sun abused, could be refurbished.

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This is a nice park located a short distance off the main highway through Silver City and a short drive to the downtown historical district. The park employees were friendly and helpful. We had no problem navigating through the park in our motorhome with toad. The roads and sites are gravel over base. When the area received some much needed rain during our stay the dirt at the site became sticky mud making unhooking and departure rather messy. The park is situated on sloping land and it is obvious the attempt has been made to try to create level sites. But once our rig was leveled the front end was high and we had to use a small step stool to access our entry steps. The privacy fenced sitting area at the site was a nice ammenity. In spite of being located in town the park, adjacent to a cemetery, was very quiet. We made use of the centrally located recycling bins. Wifi never worked for us. We would stay here again if ever back in Silver City.

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Let me preface my comments by saying we would stay at this park again for an overnight if in the area. For our stay it was convenient to the sites we wanted to see. The park is very neat, the gravel sites had been raked before we arrived. As is usual for a gravel park it is dusty and gravel gets tracked into the RV. The pull-through sites are staggered in such a way that the entry door to our motorhome home was right in front of the neighbor's hookups- sewer and all. The sites do not have shade, turf, patios, pergolas, grills or fire pits, only a small wooden picnic table chained in place. I highly suggest reading a park's rules before or immediately upon arrival. Only after washing clothes in our coach while out sightseeing did I discover in the park rules that I had to pay to wash in my own washer. $5 for each load in my own little HE washer or I could have paid $2 for the inconvenience of using the park's washer. $10 (two loads) lesson learned. Hwy. 54 is very noisy, but the park guests- short and long term- were quiet. There were no activities planned during the days of our stay.

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Our second overnight here. Nice park in a great location. Easy access off and on highway. Friendly and helpful staff met us after hours to show us to our site. We arrived too late to enjoy the pergola at our site, but we will return.

     

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Carlsbad KOA

Carlsbad, New Mexico

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Great campground. Easy access off highway. Big rig friendly. Very clean neat park. Friendly staff. We liked that it was out of town and quiet. Some long-term residents, but their sites were neat. Grateful to have the option of the camp delivering dinner to our doorstep after a very long day of travel. The food was good. Could only be better if there was some shade- i.e. trees or pergolas- and sites were paved. We will be back.

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Our pull-through site was long enough to accommodate our motorhome and toad, but tight side to side. Park staff trimmed a tree on one side so we could fully extend our slide, but a tree on the door-side prevented us from fully extending our awning. The sites and roads are crushed stone, which are watered to keep the dust down. The park is being expanded across Miller Creek, but there is no direct access from the overflow to the main park, only by car via a very busy divided highway. The cabins are cute and quite comfortable. There is a great indoor firepit and the winter Texans know the secrets for starting the fire and making it draft. The regular guests we met were all really nice fun people. We enjoyed a live band booked at the rec room. We will stay again.

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Daingerfield SP is a very pretty, heavily wooded, small park consisting of 507 acres surrounding a beautiful 80 acre lake. The park has 58 total campsites with only 10 being big rig friendly pull-throughs. When you book with Texas Parks and Wildlife, you are guaranteed a type of site, but not a particular site. I booked a premium pull-through site in Big Pine camping area a week in advance. We arrived mid-week, mid-afternoon and found only one pull-through site available. Several of the 10 pull-through sites contained smaller travel trailers. I don't know how the park handles that. (Would they have asked one to move and give us spot if all had been full?) I had hoped for one of the five lakeside sites, but none were open. After hiking the lakeside trail, we saw that thick trees and brush obscured much of the view of the lake even from the lakeside sites. I thought the hiking trails could use some signs and some benches needed refurbishing, but we did enjoy the hiking. The one public restroom I was in was large and spotlessly clean. The rate was $25 per night, but there is also a $4 per person, per day entrance fee. It is a nice park, but we probably wouldn't go back.

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Lake Murray State Park is a very pretty and, from what we saw, a well cared for park. There are multiple campgrounds and a variety of sites- FHU, partial hookups, pull-through, back-in, lakeside, open, shaded, heavily wooded and secluded. The park does not take reservations for campsites. For our 40' motorhome the park staff recommended we look for a site in Elephant Rock campground. We chose #16, a pull-through with FHU, a grill, fire ring, a big grassy yard on one side and with some shade trees, but still clear enough to get satellite reception (i.e., football). The lake water level was very low. The weather was rainy and dreary during our short stay so we didn't make use of the water activities, but we enjoyed the drive around the whole lake and a visit to Tucker Tower Nature Center in the park. Park staff, rangers and volunteers were very friendly and helpful. There was some construction going on and we were glad to see a state spending money on its parks. We would stay here again if in the area.