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11/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a large gravel lot with double wide sites. It is centrally located to the El Morro and El Malpais parks. It is near the entrance to Zuni Canyon road, eleven miles from casino. The park has lava field adjacent, with walking trail. Propane was $4, highest in awhile. I would stay here again.
11/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
There are very helpful, and friendly staff. The park is basically a large gravel parking lot, with LONG pull through sites. The utilities worked well, with fast free wi-fi at site, and a large clean laundry. It is central to both entrances to Petrified forest.
11/2007
rating [ 5/10 ]
Mud Lake Park is six miles north of Dubuque and four miles off highway 52. The park provides ample boating access, has large trees (but only a few by the RV sites), and has a full-time manager on site. Although their web site only lists 20 and 30 amp sites, the campground offers 30 and 50 amp services. The only drawback is that there are a lot of trains and horn blowing all hours of the day, but they aren't too intrusive, and the park is secluded enough to provide great night-time skies. Close to Dubuque yet out far enough to allow deer sightings. We stayed nine days, and would stay here again.
11/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
A decent park, alongside busy Illinois 3, near a small airport, and close to frequent trains. The sites are narrow, and long only if another RV is not backed up to yours. Park has Wi-Fi ($), 50Amp ($), no lounge or meeting room. Very few trees, mostly around seasonal sites. Main benefit is proximity to St. Louis - just four miles across the river. Would recommend as it is the best in this area.
11/2007
rating [ 3/10 ]
The park is badly run down, with all facilities closed in November. Grounds and sites are very unlevel, park is alongside US 61 - not even a frontage road separating them. Batting cages are in bad shape, as is the pool. Owners were friendly, though, and it was the only camp open near Hannibal. We won't choose this park again.
10/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
The park was a little difficult to find using Woodall's directions, but simple using the park's website map. Also, the park's name is spelled RObidoux on their site and at the park, not RUbidoux. The park was immaculate, with most sites centered around a large green grass lawn. Some sites were pull-through, some back-in, and some were "front-in", giving the green lawn as your front yard view - very nice. RV sites are concrete pads with provision for picnic table. There is a lot of grass and some small trees between the sites, giving an open feel to the park. Sites with Cable TV are $3 more per night, but are also the best sites in the park. An occasional train whistle could be heard in the distance, but not often enough or loud enough to bother. The park is within just 3 blocks of the road entering the ScottsBluff National Monument. A very nice park, and well located to visiting the West Nebraskan attractions. We enjoyed our three days there, and look forward to staying there again. One of the nicest small RV parks to be found, and a credit to Gering, Nebraska for its creation and maintenance.
09/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
This state park, located 18 miles west of Gettysburg, SD is one of the most tranquil ones that we have found. Acres of stately oak and cottonwood trees cover a neatly manicured lawn resulting in a hometown park atmosphere. Our site was across from the lake, providing a view of an old steel truss bridge. In the morning deer grazed in the park, and in the evening, grouse fed along the shoreline. The onsite camp host was super friendly, even delivering fire wood to our motorhome! There are boating facilities adjacent to the campgrounds, and pavilion facilities for large groups. A children's playground is located across from the camp host. The roads to the park, and inside the park are paved, with ample turning radius. There are no planned activities or entertainment venues nearby, so come prepared to just relax. This park is a must visit for anyone travelling in northern South Dakota.
09/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
This park is located 15 miles south of Rapid City, and is centrally located to Custer State Park, Hot Springs, and Rapid City. We used it as our base of exploration for two weeks, and were well pleased. Extended drives to Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Sturgis, Spearfish and Hot Springs were easy from this park. The owner has the very best wi-fi system we have seen, with lightening fast speed, and four separate wi-fi networks on air! The owners live on site, but the office is not always open during posted hours (the park's only drawback to us). The sites are pull-through, and are gravel, as are the interior roads. The laundry has four washers and four dryers, and is kept clean. The fire rings are located at the rear of the pull-through sites, due to local regulations. The park is quiet except for the frequent and fast traffic on Highway 79 alongside the park. For some reason the sound of the vehicles seemed magnified. The park had all of the desired amenities, was centrally located, and was value priced. We will definitely stay here again.
10/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
The park has two campgrounds, one of which is closed for repaving. We stayed at the north campground, which also has paved roads and sites. Only four of these 24 sites had water and sewer, the others had electric only. Young trees, so no shade, but view of area is superb. Quiet, with rare train noise (track is two miles away). Some attractions nearby, including Fort and museum. Crawford is small, but has a nice city park. Very enjoyable for the three days we were there.
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