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Date of Stay:
January, 2015 -
Stayed at this RV Park year after year since 2009 and have always loved it, but in 2014 they became under revised management and by that I mean they got rid of a part owner that seemed to drag the park down on a few things and wasn't very good with friendly service. Instead there has been a new face; I don't remember his name, but he is younger and nice to talk to and just has a very home grown type of politeness about him. He also seems very handy with repairs around the park, but as always you can still find the friendly face of the owner. Although she is always working hard she finds the time to stop and say hello. Well now that the part owner is gone things seemed to have really improved around the park. Service is top notch, food is excellent; most things that needed to be fixed or addressed are being fixed. It shows the overall condition of the park is much cleaner, groomed and things like low water pressure were address during the spring of 2014 with the new help putting in new water lines and valves. They also have nice little pond where kids can fish. The park is Pet friendly, standard rules apply and they even have a place for your Horse if thats what you desire. Road noise is to expected during the day but quiets down at night and is nice and relaxing to sit by a fire near the river. I'm sure I missed lots to comment about, but if your wondering where to stay near Black canyon, Blue mesa or Silver jack this place has it all. They Even have fresh baked Pie,cant't wait to return this year 2015. We are staying a month this time so join us at our fire. We camped at Pleasant Valley Cabins & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Black Canyon National park, Fish Blue Mesa Lake, drive over Owl Creek Pass where the moose roam and large elk herds can be seen, fish below Morrow Point dam, fishing in the Cimarron river, Ohv trails Near Silverjack reservoir, eat at Pleasant Valley, wildlife area just a few miles up Little Cimarron Road (4x4 needed very steep and loose gravel at first), hiking everywhere you turn.