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rating [ 10/10 ]
Although there are no amenities like a pool (we don't care about amenities even for long term stays anyway) this is a great place to stop overnight. Sites are big enough and ours was very level. Has 4 bars of Verizon 3G signal strength. Our site was on the row farthest from the highway and with the windows closed we didn't hear any traffic noise to speak of. There is a casino and restaurant across the highway. We didn't go over so can't rate them.
rating [ 4/10 ]
We stay there on our treks south in the fall and north in the spring. It is located behind the Quality Inn. The problem with the "pull through sites" is that the utility hookups are at the far back of the site. Unless I unhooked the car I had to use two 25 foot water hoses, an additional 25 foot power cord and a 20 foot plus a 15 foot sewer hose to reach.
rating [ 9/10 ]
Staff is friendly and helpful. The maintenance staff does a good job of keeping the sites clean. They mow often and water once a week. Some sites are gravel and some are grass. Your RV is parked on a concrete slab. A fee is required to use the Wi-Fi (Tengo I believe). Verizon has a strong 3G signal. Verizon expects to have 4G available in December of 2012. If you have a 30 amp motorhome with an energy management system that will allow two air conditioners to be used at once and expect to use them, get a 50 amp site and use a 30 to 50 amp adapter. The 30 amp sites have older electrical wiring and have too much voltage drop for two AC's at once. Note that the park is not in Grand Junction but in Clifton which abuts Grand Junction.
rating [ 3/10 ]
We stayed at Goulding's for years on our treks north in the spring and south in the fall but won't again. The last two years the staff has been surly and rude and the sites available were very unlevel. I had to try three sites before I got one my hydraulic levelers could handle. The view from the park is beautiful though.
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