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2010 Jayco Eagle Super Lite
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2 States Visited

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Easy to miss but worth turning around

Cute rv park where well-behaved dogs are treated like guests! Directly across the street from Pilot and a couple places to eat. Free wifi and cable. We snagged a spot with a private yard for our dog, a feature we've never seen in a park, and love it! Level sites, clean park and pool. Didn't use laundry or restrooms. Office has a few rv necessities plus snacks and sodas, as well as a lending library. Loved the shade trees.

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Small, inexpensive park near i20

Planned to stay at the lake but got turned around with limited signs, and ended up back in Sweetwater. Pulled into a bowling alley to discuss what to do, and right across the street. It wast listed on any of the websites, so we called the number on the sign. Lady answered, pleasantly answered our questions: $25 a night included wifi, cable, and full hookups. Drop box at office for payment since they were already closed. Gravel spots, which were flooded because of the day's abnormal rains, so not sure if spots are level. We aren't staying long enough to care. Some noise from traffic, which we don't mind. Walking distance to another rv park as well as fast food, bowling and BBQ place.

Date of Stay:
 May, 2013
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Spring 2013 info for Black bart

$485 for monthly stays with min $35 fee for electric (basd on actual usage). $50 move-in deposit required. Monthly: back-in only sites. Newly-remodeled restrooms are for daily/weekly customers only. As of April 2013: no wifi avail (expectd by summer 2013) - lots of places nearby offer wifi

Date of Stay:
 April, 2013


Remote location

New Life RV Park was our first RV park ever, so not much for a comparison. However, we've enjoyed our month here. I work from the RV, and did not encounter any issues with the Wifi (usually). As expected, peak evening hours created a bit of a bandwidth problem, but nothing a little patience couldn't solve.

The "dog areas" are really just places where people can't park, but our dogs were happy. Would've liked some trash bins in those areas so I didn't have to carry the dog doo all the way across the park to the only dumpsters.

We did not use the park laundry or restrooms, and the pool is closed for winter. No cable TV, which is fine for us. Definitely remote - In the middle back-in lot, I can still hear the cows in the morning (which I love), and there's a few ostriches in the lot adjacent.

Date of Stay:
 January, 2013
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