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I visited during a music festival. For the first few days I was there, there weren't many people in the park, but by the weekend, it was packed to the gills. Before it got crowded, it wasn't a horrible place to stay, but it wasn't that nice either. The spaces are all on patchy grass/dirt, and are unlevel and bumpy. The utilities were all in good condition. The park is really just a big field, with no amenities. Once the park filled up, it was absolutely wretched, because of the way the sites were lined up. Two sites were back to back, and there were shared utilities in between every two sites, so the front yards were shared on every site. In most cases, only one of the two people thus situated could open their awning all the way. There was a great dearth of space for parking tow and towed vehicles, and they were just all over - it was a mess. On the bright side, the wifi was exceptional, and barely degraded at all when the park filled to capacity. I did not enjoy my stay, and would not return to this park.

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Very pretty park with lots of trees and greenery. Easy access off the interstate, but far enough away to not hear traffic. Not near any towns or groceries, so plan ahead. Park rangers very friendly and helpful. Easy to navigate through park. Outer spokes of Brownlee ring have hedges around every site for lots of privacy, but no views. Catfish ring sites are closer to the water and have nicer views. Not as much privacy as the Brownlee ring sites, but lots of room between sites. No wifi, but Verizon signal is decent. No o/a tv. Trains go through every so often, but they are not super loud.

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This park is a bargain, but as noted earlier, not convenient for an overnight stop due to it's location. The bathroom/laundry area is upgraded from the earlier review, and there were four washers and dryers in great condition. Navigating through is a little tight. My site was adequate for my 28" motorhome, but I could not have squeezed a tow vehicle in there. Sites are close together, but plenty of room for slides. No wifi, but Verizon worked fine. There is a great golf course on base; $10 to walk nine holes!

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I can't really argue with the descriptions of the earlier reviews, but I found this a very convenient overnight stop and a great value at the PA rate. The place clearly used to be a mobile home park, and there are still some abandoned units on it. But it looks very much like they are trying to upgrade it. Most of the occupied modular home units are very nice looking, and while there were still some trashy old units there, they were abandoned (i.e., I did not see any trashy people). The main thing I liked was the location - north of Ogden, so very easy to get in and out of, but far enough off the interstate (about a quarter of a mile) to be very quiet. The service was very good, and a few regulars I met walking through the park quite friendly. There is wifi at the office, but I could not get it at my site, even with an antenna. Cell service is very good, and there are lots of o/a tv channels with good reception. All sites are back in, but I was allowed to pull through the vacant adjacent site to my site. I did see a lot of broken concrete, but not anywhere that they had put overnight visitors in. I enjoyed my stay and will return here on future travels through the area.

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The park is clean and well maintained, and that's about the best I can think of to commend it. The sites are crammed together, and some of the turns a tricky. The site was not level. Just getting to the park off the interstate was a little dicey, even though it wasn't far. I was treated to the old bait and switch on my site. I had asked for a site advertised at $35 a night, but they charged me $47. When I asked why, the lady told me the $35 sites were all taken. The customer service was bad, as the lady checking me in was having an important conversation with her friend at the time, and I was greatly inconveniencing her with my checking in and questions and such. Lots of city traffic noise. Good internet, lots of o/a tv stations with good reception. I won't stay here again, mostly because I do not patronize businesses that engage in bait and switch tactics.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Very nice park, and well maintained. I had a little trouble navigating in and out of the park with a 28" motorhome (not towing anything), but I was on the side of the park adjacent to the street. Also, part of the issue was not anything in the park itself, but the fact that many people in the row I was parked in had vehicles jutting into the road. The rest of the park looked like it was easy to get through. The site itself had plenty of room for slides on both sides, though the sites were pretty close together. The owners are fabulous and obviously taking great pains to make this a nice park. There is some really pretty landscaping. As noted, the wifi is amazing. Verizon signal was decent, and there were lots of o/a tv stations, with very good reception. You can walk to groceries or the PO. My only complaint was the noise from the street. However, I was backed up directly onto the street. I suspect the sites on the other side of the park are protected somewhat from the noise.

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The best thing about this park is the little golf course right across the street. Your camping fee includes 9 holes walking free each day. If it hadn't been for that, I would have parked in Kanab for better access to services. There is nothing in the park except your spot - you have to go across the road (a busy highway) to the hotel for any amenities. The spots are very tight, with tall trees in between most sites. Parking towed or tow vehicles is a problem. I barely got my slides out, and the trees were brushing the top of my rig. The sites all look out onto the highway, but are backed up onto a very pretty stream. There is traffic noise during the day, but it was surprisingly quiet at night. There are a few o/a tv channels, but very poor reception. Verizon is very sketchy, and it's phone service only (via a local provider), no data. Wifi was out several days, but when it was working it was excellent. Nearest groceries are in Kanab. I will definitely stay here again because of the golf course, but I otherwise would not return for more than an overnight.

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This is a big concrete jungle, with everyone lined up in rows, and no pretense of landscaping or anything like that. However, the PA rate is pretty good, the sites are in excellent condition, and you are allowed to use the hotel's amenities, including pool and hot tub. The customer service was excellent. Wifi was pretty good.

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Great park, a little pricey for what I normally stay at, but there is nothing comparable in the area. The location is excellent if you like to bike or hike. The customer service was friendly and professional. I had a little trouble getting into the site they selected for me, even though I told them in advance I had slides on two sides. However, two very nice men helped me get in there, one of them trimming trees as we went. Once I got in there, it was a great spot, very private and close to the office and laundry. It's not as quiet a park as I like, due to the location near the highway, but it wasn't horrible, and quieted down considerably at night. I would definitely stay here again, mostly for the hiking and biking opportunities.

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Probably the best deal in Willcox, if you have to stop there. Must be an elks member. Side by side sites are a little close together, but the park was nearly empty when I visited. Good wifi. No amenities, but decent place to overnight.

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This is a crowded, older park, but a bargain at the passport america rate, which includes cable tv. Easy to get to from the interstate, a little tricky for longer rigs to navigate through, sites very close together but room for slides on both sides. Customer service excellent.

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Decent place for an overnight if you are coming through on I-8 - otherwise, it's a little out of the way. For visiting Casa Grande, it's one of the farthest parks out of town - about 8 miles. The bad - long drive into town. The good - it's super quiet at night. There is a nice little golf course about 3 miles away. It really is in kind of a desolate area, though, and not particularly pretty. The customer service was very friendly, as were all the local residents. The weekly rate was not a good deal, since you have to pay for electric. I tried to conserve all week, and ended up paying more for the weekly rate plus electric than I would have just paying the daily rate, which included electric. With that being said, it was a bargain anyway. The park is clean and well maintained. There is wifi for purchase, and although it is expensive, it is good quality broadband.

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I find this park hard to rate - it's an excellent location, the customer service is superb, and the weekly rate is reasonable for the location. The park is in great condition, and they expend a lot of effort keeping it that way. With that being said, it's really just a small parking lot near downtown Tucson. It's not right off the interstate, but was still pretty noisy. The sites are somewhat close together, but there is plenty of room for slides on both sides. Parking of tow/towed vehicles is very tight. There was wifi, but it was broken for four days of my stay, and they could not fix it. On the one night that the park was full to capacity, my electric heater would not operate. It was fine after the park thinned out again, so it may have been an electrical issue with the park being so full. Still, I can't say enough about how great the customer service was. The location is fantastic for getting around Tucson, and very close to downtown and the University area. Cell service is great.

     

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Fortuna De Oro RV Park (55+)

Yuma, Arizona

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Great value at the PA rate. The resort is large, packed full of amenities and activities, including a 9 hole golf course. Everything is in impeccable condition. Customer service was very friendly and knowledgeable. The only thing I rated this park down for was the pull thru parking area. The spots are all wedge-shaped, with a very narrow side and a wide side. Utilities are on a shared pedestal, so rigs are parked driver's side to driver's side. Each site is a little different, but due to the odd shapes, you might have trouble getting slides out within your space, or reaching the utilties, or you may have to choose between those two things. As it was, there were only a handful of people there, so it was not an issue, but had the park been full, it would have been a big problem. Nearly every rig in this section was lapsed over some part of their marked off area. I went to look at the back-in section, and there was no such problem there. Those sides are very spacious. One advantage of the pull thru section, though, was that it was much farther away from the interstate, and you could barely hear the traffic from there. Wifi was typical park wifi, slowed to a crawl every so often, but ok for email and light browsing. Verizon was strong. Lots of o/a tv, provided you speak Spanish!

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Its a little hard to rate this park. I stopped here for a week to play golf, and I had a great time at the little golf course. It was really nice not to have to drive anywhere to play. The people in the golf course were fantastic. With that being said, the RV spot itself didn't have much to recommend it. I paid for dry camping at the weekly rate. Had it not been for the golf course, I would never have paid this much for dry camping. Therefore, I wouldn't recommend the park to anyone not wanting to use the golf course. Also, the people in the park office were friendly, but not all on the same page. For instance, they told me I could dump and get water for free if I was staying in the dry camp area, but then they charged my friend $6 for dumping when he left. It was kind of difficult to make the reservation, because the girl was not knowledgeable about the park, and when I arrived, the person on duty made rude comments about the people working on the weekend. Not a lot of professionalism in the office... The area has a fair amount of traffic noise, and several nights, military helicopters hovering overhead for what seemed like hours. I might return here to golf again, but I would never stay here again otherwise. The parking spots are very close together, as noted in earlier reviews, but there were a lot of empty spots. There is a grocery store and home depot within walking distance. Cell service is good. I was able to get the free wifi in my rig with an antenna, and it worked well.