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      Update from Texas Assn of Campground Owners re: Evacuees   08/28/17

      Good morning, There are now at least 18 privately owned and operated campgrounds and RV parks across Texas that are accepting evacuees. The attached news release, updated from the one the association issued yesterday, includes the names and contact info for the parks. Consumers can also do their own research to identify parks with RV spaces and rental cabins at www.TexasCampgrounds.com and www.TexasCabinRentals.net. Please contact Brian Schaeffer, executive director and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners, on his cell phone at (817) 307-0129 for any questions. We will continue to update this release over the weekend based on the feedback we receive from campgrounds and RV parks across Texas. Many thanks for including our information in your reports yesterday. We appreciate it. Sincerely, Jeff Crider
      (760) 567-9775 (cell)
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wanderlust

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We have found a wonderful campground in southwestern New Mexico outside of Deming. It is a 7000 acre ranch called Hidden Valley Ranch. 7 miles of dirt road brings you to this park with amazing scenery, miles of 4 wheeler trails and peace and quiet. You have never seen so many stars at night. It is surrounded by mountains and land that is filled with sights and history. The people that live here full time and the people that winter here are so friendly, like family. The owner and his family is very caring and wants everyone's stay to be a happy one. Deming is about 10 miles away and there is everything you need there. There is a Walmart, K Mart, IGA and Pepper's grocery stores, banks, medical services, fast food chains and local restaurants, Jimmy's RV repair, movie and bowling alley along with many churches of different denominations. There are 3 state parks within a 15 mile radius and Las Cruces and Silver City are 1 1/2 hrs. away. It is very close to Mexico for shopping and sight seeing. It is a must see.

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We stayed there several years ago and enjoyed it.

Our cat Nicki had a great time running from window to window watching the quail, rabbits and other animals that came right up the coach.

At that time they were a Passport America park and the price was about $15 per night with no limit on how long you could stay at that rate.

The dirt road was washboarded but we just took it slow.

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