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Locations near I-10. Campground in the desiert. Great Gest Services. Full hookup sites. Propano fills available. Spots very big. Have picnic table. Resort-stule Amenities. Pool very nice! Pet stop great!🔹we will stay again for sure!🔹
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Easy to find, but sites are primarily soft sand. Our van got stuck and had to be towed out.
I'm a fan of more trees but obviously this is the desert so that's what you get. Good location.
This is a great site to camp if you are like me and need to look at water every now and then. It’s popular and can be crowded. Noise used to be a real issue, but it seems to be better lately. Facilities are usually pretty clean. Though it’s not my favorite campsite, it’s a regular one for me…
This is my go-to local campground, a quick 20 minute drive, and I’ve been camping here for years! The facilities are always clean, and the other campers are generally quiet and respectful here. The sites are spaced out nicely, and it has never felt crowded to me even during the busy season.
It s free and very beautiful. But midway through our Mother’s Day camping trip me and kids was told to leave he said we was not allowed to shoot our air soft gun, we said ok and start to put it away, then was told oh you have to leave because they was closing the park. They passed by everyone else…
Its a bit difficult to find your space, only because there are so many parking lots. Nothing special here. They do have 30 and 50 amp hookups. Good price and nice people when booking
Been here a few times. First time was for Elk hunting. Second just for relaxing. Talk about a clear starry night. It is very peaceful at night. All camping is dispersed camping. Tons of area for big trailers or tents. Pretty much the only negative is Razors ripping up and down the road all day. …
My husband and I have camped here occasionally for several years and we have always loved it, for the most part. Until fairly recently when it began to get more popular and crowded. People will tend to set up camp almost on top of your site and persist to blast music throughout the night or be…
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Well we stayed here for two nights and frankly I wasn’t very impressed. The Campground is really only for permanent residents, everyone else ends up in a dirt lot essentially. Nearest bathrooms were a bit of a hike, so were all amenities. We paid for water and electric. The noise level was crazy...…
Started off just getting to know the area, wanted to ensure I had a good footing before overwhelming myself. Each visit we explore a different recommendation from reviews or posts and it’s been amazing getting to explore.
This was a great place to camp in April (before it gets too hot). It took about 7 miles of dirt road to get there, but not the worst dirt road we have been on. This is a staging area for off road vehicles, so there are a lot of quads, ATV, and OHV there. But no one seemed to be running around at…
Perfect for winter weather camping. Visited in April and it was Africa 🥵 HOT. No water. Dry camping. Beautiful though. Stars are bright.
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Stayed in the Roadrunner Campground and loved it! Sites have a good amount of space between them and are kept very clean. We have two kids and enjoyed being so close to the playground. There are also several walking trails and a discovery center (open Friday/Saturday). Apparently there is also a…
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The campsites are clean and private. The views are awesome, especially at sunset and sunrise. We enjoyed every minute of our weekend.