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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Black Mesa Casino, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Date of Stay: August, 2018 - $20.00
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This is definitely only an overnight stay place, but as such, it has a lot to commend it. It's right off the interstate, the sites are wide and long and easy to get into, you won't have to unhook anything, there's a travel station across the road, and the little mexican cafe has tasty food. I thought it was a bargain even for only electric sites, and there is a dump and water station at the entrance. We camped at Black Mesa Casino in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
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Trailer Ranch RV Park (55+ Park), Santa Fe, New Mexico

Date of Stay: August, 2018 - $52.00
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Expensive, and you are mostly paying for the location close to town. The park itself is very nicely manicured and well kept, but the spaces are very tight and there is horrible noise, including sirens, all day from the 6 lane road the park is sited on. Still, it is very convenient if you want to be able to visit the attractions in Santa Fe without having to drive. You can get a bus or access the bike trail nearby. Customer service was professional and friendly enough. I was a little put out to find a pop up tent parked next to me - since what little privacy exists in your front yard space pretty much disappears when there is someone sitting there five feet away on the other side of a mesh screen. The neighborhood is a little sketchy, though it seemed safe enough during the day, and the park advises you to lock up bikes at night. We camped at Trailer Ranch RV Park (55+ Park) in a Motorhome.

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Site Surface
Concrete
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Picnic Table

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Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade

Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Pagosa Riverside Campground, Pagosa Springs, Colorado

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $43.00
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Rate was just reasonable given weekly discount, sort of pricey for what is here if you are staying night to night. Some of the sites are great, many are not. Some are squeezed together, others have more room, and some are shoehorned into very awkward spots. It's as though there were once a regular RV park here, and someone came along and tried to cram in a bunch more spaces. The location is pretty and quiet, with lots of trees and grass. The pond is sort of murky and stagnant, but the river is nice, and safe enough at this spot for kids to play in. There is no dog walk, and the people that will be most unhappy with that are the non-dog owners. The dog owners parade their dogs along the front of everyone else's sites every morning, and let them poop on the front portion of the grass on others' sites. Some of them pick up the poop, some of them don't. There seem to be a lot of excess cars; don't know why. It gave the place the look of a used car lot. Plenty of cable tv channels, no o/a tv. The park is set down onto the riverside off of the road, which, along with the trees, made communications an issue. My Verizon phone worked ok, but the data came and went. There was no trouble once I got up out of the campground onto the road. My satellite radio was very spotty, for the same reason. Wifi was passable. I would not return here, because of the dog thing and the crowding, but I think people who would really enjoy this park would be people with kids who wanted to stay parked here and just let their kids run around unsupervised. Oh yeah, and there are lots of unsupervised kids running around. Customer service was ok, not that friendly, but not rude either - just people going through the motions. We camped at Pagosa Riverside Campground in a Motorhome.

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Dirt
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Fire Ring, Picnic Table

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Nearby
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Mostly Shady

Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Durango KOA, Durango, Colorado

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $52.00
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One of the better KOAs I've stayed at. The customer service and extra amenities (meals, snacks, movies, and the like) were exceptional. It looks like a great place for family vacations. The site was nice enough, very level, nicely landscaped and not super close to the neighbors. The park is a little dusty and run down around the edges, but the utilities and amenities are in good condition. The location is not the greatest for those who like to be able to walk or bike through the local area - there is no where to go but the highway. Nevertheless, its only a few miles drive into town. Nice selection of cable channels. Verizon worked great. Wifi was poor. We camped at Durango KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

La Plata County Fairgrounds, Durango, Colorado

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $25.00
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This park has the best location of any park in the Durango area, and is a reasonable value. It's right on the bike trail. The customer service was excellent and especially friendly. With all that being said, its an ugly parking lot right next to a county maintenance yard. Its reasonably quiet at night, but the big trucks and machines in the maintenance yard get going early. There are only six sites, and you must reserve in advance. Each site has electric, but water is shared, so sites 2, 4, and 6 will probably need extra hose. There is no dump on site. No wifi, but Verizon is strong and there are a handful of o/a tv channels. There was dried up horse poop all over the place, as it is right near a place where they keep and work horses. The sites are somewhat level, with a slope down towards the front. Gravel pads, no tables, but there are garbage cans. You can walk or bike to downtown on a trail. We camped at La Plata County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.

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For cyclists: parts of the animas river trail are nice, but much of the older section from the county fairgrounds down to the river is in pretty poor condition, with lots of heavy buckling. I switched to a mountain bike after the first day. Also, the trail is not very long.

Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Mountain View RV Park, Monticello, Utah

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $42.00
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Reasonable overnight stay. Office is not staffed, but I was able to find the owner by calling. Some travel noise during the day, quiet at night. Sites are long and level, a little close, but there weren't many people there. Verizon signal and wifi were good, free cable, not of great quality, but lots of channels. On the expensive side for what is provided. We camped at Mountain View RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Mountain Valley RV Resort, Heber City, Utah

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $52.00
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This is a beautiful resort, if a little small. The common areas are very nice, and the pool larger than is typical. Everything is very modern and well maintained. Rate includes a large selection of cable channels, verizon signal is strong, and free wifi is reasonable. You can purchase more wifi if you want to stream video. The sites themselves, while modern and clean, are somewhat uninspiring for a resort - everyone is lined up soldier-style on concrete with small landscaped areas in between. The location is not optimal if you like to cycle, as there is no way to get anywhere without riding on the highway. The traffic noise is not bad at all, for being right on the highway. Customer service is great. Were it not for the inconvenient location, I would definitely return here. The site was level. We camped at Mountain Valley RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

McCammon RV Park, Mccammon, Idaho

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $30.00
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I was forced here for a night due to another plan going awry, and I was pleasantly surprised, thinking I was in for a night parked next to the freeway. The Chevron is down the road off the freeway some, and then the park itself is set away from the gas station in a little grove of trees. I could hear some traffic noise when the windows were open, but it was actually very quiet for an off-the-highway stop. The park is well-worn, and nothing fancy, but it's fine for an overnight. Many of the sites had shade. I would definitely stay here again on my way through the area. I was able to get free wifi from the Chevron with (but not without) an antenna. There are a handful of tv stations available o/a. Verizon signal was good. We camped at McCammon RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Dillon KOA, Dillon, Montana

Date of Stay: July, 2018 - $42.00
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I was not crazy about this park, but it did have some nice features that some people would enjoy if they can overlook the issues. On the positive side, the park is easy to get to, has lots of grass and trees, is quiet, has a nice pool, and the service is friendly. The wifi is excellent and the Verizon signal strong. There are three o/a tv channels, and there is free cable included, although you have to set up a set top box to use it. It is less than a mile to walk into downtown Dillon, a charming little town. The negative aspects of the park all have to do with the sites. All but a handful are buddy sites, and if you are in a motorhome, and not in the pull through section, you have to pull forward into the site and then back out. The pull throughs are very long, though kind of close side to side. However, I observed two big rigs having serious trouble trying to get into the sites, as it is a little difficult to navigate through the park for big rigs. The back in sites have nice wide front yards (though they are shared), but are very short and highly unlevel. I had to move from the first site they put me in because I was on such a serious side to side slant, and my rig barely fit into the site. The second site was somewhat more level (still pretty seriously slanted to the side), and I fit in there with not an extra inch to spare, front to back. I looked at the website later to see how long the sites were supposed to be, and I discovered they do not list the site lengths at all. So if you tell them you have a 30' rig, you will get put into a 30' site, with not an inch to spare. The gravel pads for the sites are much smaller than the sites themselves, which is part of the problem with leveling, since you may only get two wheels on the pad. I would recommend this park to rigs of 27' or less, if you're ok with the leveling issue. If longer, get a pull through site (they aren't as nice, though). Big rigs, just stay away. We camped at Dillon KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Spokane RV Resort, Deer Park, Washington

Date of Stay: June, 2018 - $49.00
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Very nice park, reasonably priced for the quality. There is tons of grass, and a few trees, all impeccably maintained. Particularly nice is the large common grassy area between the two rows of sites. The makes the sites feel more spacious. Even side to side, while not huge, the sites are wider than most parks. Some sites have a much larger front yard. I can't be as complimentary when it comes to the slope of my site. It had a serious downhill slope, and I had no chance of leveling without taking my front wheels a few inches off the ground. Also, one reason the grass was so nice was that they watered it every night at 2 am. I know this because my rig got drenched from the high powered sprinklers, and it woke me up every night. That's a shame, as otherwise this has to be the quietest, darkest place I've parked in a long time. The wifi was very good, cable channels were a joke, but lots of o/a tv, and Verizon was very strong. Customer service was excellent. There is no camp store, and it's three miles into town, so shop on the way in. The grocery store in town is great, for such a tiny town. The pool area was very attractive, but it was filled with screaming kids most of the time I was there. The golf course is beautifully maintained, but a little uninteresting. The drive through Spokane to get to this place was tedious, to put it mildly. I would recommend this place to groups of people that would like a large common grassy area to congregate. Otherwise, for me, it was too far off the beaten path to consider going back. We camped at Spokane RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Site Number
35
Site Surface
Concrete
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

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Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open

Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Pheasant Ridge RV Resort, Wilsonville, Oregon

Date of Stay: June, 2018 - $53.00
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Very nice park, if a little crowded. Expensive, but not overpriced. Nice landscaping, quiet at night, and ample room between sites. Sites are not long enough, though, for parking 2nd vehicle in many places. This led to the crowded feel, and made it a little difficult to navigate through park. Though the sites are built into the side of a hill, my site was perfectly level - very impressive. Overall, very modern and well-kept, nice amenities. Its a nice place for an overnight, but I don't know that I'd stay here longer, as it just felt a little claustrophobic. Maybe when the park is not full, it wouldn't be like that. Price included lots of cable channels. Wifi was so-so. We camped at Pheasant Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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115
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Asphalt

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Champoeg State Heritage Area, Newberg, Oregon

Date of Stay: June, 2018 - $1.00
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I almost passed this park up after reading the most recent review. Glad I didn't. I suspect the person writing that review confused this place with some other park. There are no long term campers here. The park is lovely, with lots of trees and grass, and well maintained. It's very quiet, being several miles off the interstate. The road in is a narrow two-lane with no shoulder in places, but it wasn't too bad, as there was no traffic on it. There is a nice, if very short bike trail in the park. No wifi, but Verizon worked fine for me in the B loop. Trees might affect coverage in some parts of the park. Got a few local tv stations. Site wasn't too far off level, had barely enough room for slide on driver's side, due to foliage. Very peaceful, relaxing place. We camped at Champoeg State Heritage Area in a Motorhome.

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Site Number
B11

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Spacious

Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Wildhorse Resort and Casino RV Park, Pendleton, Oregon

Date of Stay: June, 2018 - $46.00
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Pricey for a parking lot-style campground, but maybe worth it if you are interested in the co-located amenities (golf course, casino, movie theater, pool, hot tub, and a free shuttle into town). The back in sites around the edge are a little nicer than the pull-through sites in that you back up to a grassy area. Customer service was fantastic. The park looks nice, except for the grass, but that is because they just finished a big upgrade where they tore a lot of the grass out. It should be really nice once the grass all gets going again. The laundry room was clean and modern. Wifi was excellent, though the park was only half full when I visited. The casino buffet was reasonably priced but lacking in salad and vegetable options. We camped at Wildhorse Resort and Casino RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Site Number
81
Site Surface
Asphalt
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Sewer Connection
Yes

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Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade

Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Boise Riverside RV Park, Boise, Idaho

Date of Stay: May, 2018 - $31.00
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I stayed over a holiday weekend, and the place was packed. There were lots of screaming kids. Many spaces had large groups of people camping out of one unit, with multiple other vehicles parked there. On both sides of me, people had parked personal vehicles jutting into my site because there wasn't room for them on their own sites. This was not monitored at all by the staff. I was in the sites backed up to the green area - these are the prettiest spots, but the ones that were all crammed together and not very long. There were other spots in the park that were more spacious, and delineated as to keep neighbors from encroaching on each other, but they were in an ugly area - basically a big parking lot. I probably would have enjoyed my stay more had I not been there on a busy weekend. The whole scene was just very chaotic and overcrowded. The office staff was very friendly and accommodating. The wifi was marginal, but again probably because the park was so full. The biggest disappointment was I only stayed at this location to access the bike trails, and they were all flooded in every direction. I was told by some locals that this was pretty common for May. I would not recommend staying at this location to access the bike trails without checking on the river level first. Also, the parts of the bike trail that I could access were in pretty poor condition, with lots of major buckling in the pavement. Verizon signal was strong and there is lots of o/a tv. We camped at Boise Riverside RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 150
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 33

Wagon Wheel, Mountain Home, Idaho

Date of Stay: May, 2018 - $22.00
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Beautiful little park with lots of trees and grass. A little off the main road, and its pretty quiet, especially at night. Ample sites, all back in. Probably not a good idea for big rigs. Mostly park models and monthly residents, so only a few overnight spots. Service was excellent. The office was not staffed, but there was a roving employee and I could get the owner on the phone any time. No cable or wifi, as this is mostly for long term residents. Very nicely maintained park. One washer and dryer in laundry room; worked well. Verizon signal was fine for phone, but data signal was very slow on occasion. Plenty of OTA TV. Just around the corner from a great golf course with unbelievable rates. We camped at Wagon Wheel in a Motorhome.

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