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We arrived late October and found reservations probably would not have been necessary. Winter is the busy season - Late November through March. It was nice having a reserved site for our 40' unit so we could park diagonally next to 2 45' rigs also parked diagonally. Good power and water pressure. Sewer had non standard horizontal entrance encumbered by a curb all around requiring uphill drainage. Maybe designed in the days before elbows on drain systems. Two nights we watched the javelinas grazing on the irrigated grass nearby. Good WIFI and well stocked store. Gas and Diesel available at an expected elevated price.

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Back to back pull through sites quite narrow. Hostess kept wanting me to get too close to utilities for my slides. I do not believe there is room for another big rig next to me now with my slides out. Good TV. Good 50A power. Do not plan to eat out on Monday night as the only restaurant (Mexican) is closed that night. I guess there is a grocery store in town.

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Parked first in the upper lot (Same price as lower lot). After hooking up everything and extending the slides, found Cable TV not working (DW wanted to watch debates (WHY)). Went back down to the office and had the attendant paged. He said the Cable was down. Went to the casino for dinner (poor menu) and an adjacent diner couple heard our distress and said they had TV in lower camp. Left the diner and moved. Site we went into had no connector in box. Moved back carefully so my cable would reach the site in the rear. Lower sites are two to a row. Really not long enough to leave your toad attached. Fortunately, park was not full so used two sites. If we would have moved up to leave car attached the front of the coach would have been out in the aisle and services would have been back by the toad. OK for trailers or 5ervs but poor layout. Nice grass watered nightly between each site.

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We entered this campground to check this out as it has not been reviewed for some time. Interior roads and sites are gravel. Estimate width of Pull through site 15 ft by 30 ft long. Would not be a problem as none of them were being used. Perhaps 5 units in the back in sites in the perimeter looking permanent. Office was closed. Would have considered this if they had Cable TV as there is no OTA available in the area. Did not check if the WIFI worked as advertised. Sites seem to be level.

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Unfortunately, the designer of the park did not compromise the position of the utilities between Trailers and Motorhomes. The utilities are back by where the tow car is located unless you unhook and back up. One would need over 20 ft. of sewer hose to reach. We decided on this park because of the desire for cable TV. Nice grass between sites. Some shade from maturing trees. Well maintained gravel driveways and sites. Sites are level enough to eliminate the need for jacks. WIFI throughout the park.

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Nice gravel sites set off with wide grassy spaces between. Quite level in all sites. A few permanent occupants at $350 per mo. No restrooms or showers so not suitable for tenting. No shade but great tree break to the North to break those ND winds. Do not turn before you cross the railroad tracks coming in from the South. Camping sign is by the dirt road before the tracks. Drive East through town and turn north by the sign.

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Paid for a month at $400. Will leave on 8/3 due to the fair. We can come back to use the remainder of the 30 days. The campground closes in the middle of September. Maintenance is very good. Nice grass kept up by maintenance. Mower available to trim around your site. Tables available upon request. If Host not available when you enter, just pick a spot and set the rear of the coach in line with the utilities.

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None of the sites were very level for a motorhome. No problem for trailers, however. A few 50 amp outlets. Some campers look to be there for the season. Grass sites back in. No problem for big rig. No shade for the available sites. Water and power available. Dump is around the corner. Far enough off the highway for quiet night. No hosts around.

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We parked in a new pull through area that has extra long sites for the longest combinations. Very level. Grass has not had a chance to get too mature yet. The logs protecting the utilities disrupt the flow to the sewer.

     

Pampa RV Park

Pampa, Texas

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Essentially a sandy gravel lot sloped from entrance to rear. Parking around the perimeter. Site width adequate. All Back in. No effort to level the sloped for each site. All utilities near the rear requiring a long sewer hose. No trees or shrubbery. No on site manager as advertised. Tried the Cable TV - Only got music stations. No over the air TV available.

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Due to recent rains driveway is quite rutted. Needs crushed limestone rather than sandy fines. Sites are roomy but not very well leveled. All utilities at rear of site necessitating a long sewer hose. Owner states he designed them this way to prevent us from backing up over them. Some trees to break the sites up.

     

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Buckhorn Creek COE

Jefferson, Texas

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Unfortunately, due to the drought in the area the "grassy areas" are tinder dry and burning ban in effect. Our site is fantastic, looking out at the sunset over the lake. Sites are on a bluff perhaps 30 ft above the lake level. Nice paved parking with concrete patio with aluminum picnic table, fire ring, and lantern post.

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Arrived at the gate house at 11AM - the posted opening time. Waited a while. Tried the phone number - disconnected. Attendant showed up 15 minutes late. Said "I was here but had other things to do" Told me to find a place and come back. I guess I could have done that earlier as there was no closed gate. Back in site across the road gives the MH a view of the lake from the front window. Many sites have low hanging branches. Could not back in fully. Due to the drought the grass is rather brown. Table has a roof covering it. Burning ban in effect. Mid October yielded a few sites available on the weekend. love the COE sites.

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What's to complain about? I get full hookup with 50 amps. I get a river rock gravel parking spot that is clean whether it rains or not. $25 is about as cheap as you get for full hookup unless you luck out and get a Passport America spot where you want to stop. Traffic noise was NO problem. I would have had no use for a pool. Granted, the spots are tight together but I don't plan to lounge for an overnight.

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We have stayed here at least yearly when we visit family in the area for the last 7 or 8 years. We have never had a problem getting a site of some sort. One time, on a busy weekend, we had our kids pay and reserve a site before we could arrive. Nice concrete pads with concrete patio. There are charcoal grills at each site and a few portable fire pits available. What can I add to all the previous reviews that showcase this park any better.