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LaCuz
Reviews: 7
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Date of Stay: May, 2017
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Overall - Very nice little park with clean restrooms, friendly owner and a great location. We will be back.

Facility - This is an older park with mature trees and smaller sites because of the hill it is situated on. Gravel sites are pretty level. Roads are asphalt but a bit narrow (older park, smaller campers back then).

Restrooms - There are 2 shower buildings. One is located by the office and has the laundry room and 2 private shower/restrooms with locking doors. The other building is just down the hill and was recently remolded. 3 shower stalls in each side. Minor issue: The wife and I didn't like the shower heads. You can't move the head around to get the stream off of you. You could turn the water off but in a 60F building do you want to stand there naked and wet? Like I said, minor.

Appeal - The Owners are really friendly. The park is located about 10 minutes from Branson on the NW side and about 2 blocks NW of the entrance to Silver Dollar City. We didn't use the pool while there (60F evenings) but it is very clean and well kept. 5 minutes down the road in West Branson is all the shopping you could need. Great location. Very quiet and peaceful.
3 people found this review helpful
Cloud Nine RV Park

Hot Springs, AR

Date of Stay: May, 2017
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Overall: Great little campground and we'd stay here again. It's everything they advertise. Located a few miles east of Hot Springs on Route 70 it is easy to find. At this writing Route 70 is being widened so there is some narrow lane construction going on but it's not bad.

Facility - Very well maintained park. The Manager does it all and she stays busy. Roads are paved and wide enough for easy maneuvering. Sites are gravel and pretty level.

Restrooms - Shower / laundry is located toward the back of the park but the park is so small they are a short walk from just about any site. Very clean. A minor issue depending on your modesty level: there is no separate dressing/undressing/entrance to the shower stall.

Appeal - Located on the side of a mountain in the trees. Quiet, wind in the trees quiet. Not much for kids to do but just down the road toward Hot Springs is an amusement park. Heads up: The entrance road is steep with some sharp turns. There are signs stating 'swing wide'. I have a 34ft travel trailer and made it ok.
1 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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I picked this campground initially because it was between Zion and Bryce. After I talked with the owners it was a no brainer. Very down home country nice people.
The Good...
- As I said, very nice people. They are busy running a real working ranch so they have a 'neighbor' come in and help. Neighbor Girl was simply awesome!!
- This place is such a pleasant little surprise! It's small. They have trees and lush green grass. There's an apple orchard where the tenting area is.
- The bathrooms and laundry appear to have been recently remodeled and are in excellent shape.
- It's quiet. Nothing but the wind in the trees. Nestled in a high valley the humidity is low, the temperature very pleasant and when the sun went down, cooooooooool. Very nice for a South Louisiana boy.
- Very close proximity to Zion and Bryce Parks. I HIGHLY recommend the East entrance to Zion, wow!

The Not so Good...
- The town of Glendale is small. The 2000 census reported 355 people live there, I think 200 have left. One of those small towns where they roll up the sidewalks after dark small. So bring what you need because there is nothing there. On a positive note, just down the road to the south is Orderville which is slightly larger, has a gas station and this awesome little store, Terry's Food & Drug & Hardware. They have a little of everything. And at the back of the store is an addition where the hardware is and it's HUGE!!! I had some trailer repairs to do and they had the parts!

Final Thoughts....
- Bauer's is outstanding if you like small town and quiet. Beautiful country and nice people.
11 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Let me start by saying the pictures they have on the website aren't doing the place justice! WOW. When I called and made reservations the ladies I spoke with were somewhat, abrupt. I am very pleased to say we met no one like that!!
The Good...
- IT'S MONUMENT VALLEY!!!!!! Wow!!
- The RV park is nestled back up in a canyon so pulling in I was somewhat concerned. I had ideas of watching the morning sun coming up over Monument Valley, etc. Don't be concerned. It was spectacular.
- The restroom / showers were very clean, and numerous. Might have been the best on this 5,000 mile trip.
- Indoor swimming pool was nice. Kids were loving it.
- There were many employees taking care of business and they were all friendly.
- We ate at the Motel restaurant and it was very good. Also have picture windows with a nice view into Monument Valley.

The Not so Good...
- Kinda pricey, $80 a night.

Final Thoughts...$80 a night?! PHAW!!! That's a pittance! This place is awesome!
6 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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We were headed to the Four Corners from Albuquerque and there isn't a lot of Park options in this area. I am very pleased we chose this place.
The Good...
- Nice little park! Well maintained. The young girl that works the check in was very pleasant.
- Swimming pool. The park did an ice cream social for the kids at the pool.
- Very nice restrooms. Clean and comfortable temperature!
- Nice size laundry room.
- Shade trees but very little grass. At the very back of the Park there is "PawPaws Park", a small fenced in area with grass, trees and benches. Nice.
- Just a short drive away is a city park with a newly done river walk which was nice.
- Good WiFi signal.

The Not so Good...
- It's an older park so maneuvering my 32ft bumper pull was a bit of a challenge. But hey, I didn't put any dents in anything!

Final Thoughts....Highly recommend if you are in the area.
2 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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I picked this campground because it was so close to Sandia Crest and after speaking with the Lady that runs the place, I was sold.
The Good...
- Quiet little campground off the main drag and in the shadow of a mountain. Trees, cool breeze, quiet.
- Super Nice Lady running the place!!
- The Sandia Crest overlook is just a couple of miles and is a must see! Don't go that far and not go up the mountain. It overlooks Albuquerque, wonderful.

The Not so Good...
- This was our first experience with 'pay to take a shower'. This campground uses tokens. Well we got there late and in the hustle and bustle of check in, didn't get tokens. No problem, showered in the camper. Bathroom / Shower was small but clean. Maybe a token dispenser could be installed?

Final thoughts...Great place! I'd stay there again and be happy about it!
2 people found this review helpful
Copper Breaks

Quanah, TX

Date of Stay: July, 2016
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I picked this State Park because it was on our route, the pictures and description of the Park were promising and the remoteness and lack of light pollution made it a good spot for star gazing.
The Good...
- Nice little Park! Well groomed and taken care of.
- Definitely remote and the stars in the night sky were spectacular.
- Nice little beach swimming area and a park under trees and fishing. Scenery, trails and views were great!
The Not so Good...
- The remoteness also means poor cell phone reception. I mean you're on vacation and maybe trying to get 'away', but much of the time there was no signal at all. At least not with ATT.
- It was the last week of July so it was HOT, 104F at 6pm HOT. We opted to use the Park showers and there isn't near enough ventilation in the building.
- We went hiking and beware of the deer flies. They were so bad we turned back. Only bad on the trails, stay on the road and no flies.
- And lastly I got some attitude from a Ranger. The Texas State Park website showed the Park hours till 5pm. We got there at 4:45pm and it was closed. Sign on the door said 4:30pm No problem because they had directions about pick a spot and register in the morning. Next morning I registered and mentioned that 'the website says one thing and the door has another'. The reply was "They don't pay us to stay until 5pm!" Well all righty then. In truth, the reply was from only 1 of the 4 Rangers that were in the office. The others were very nice.

Final note: I'd stay there again. The good far outweighs any bad.
2 people found this review helpful
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