As far as Eagle View, HAHAHA..not much of a resort to me. Too close to the 87, no tables at the sites, and rude.
They have a daily charge for cable tv. When we arrived in the early evening and had plans, I asked if I could have the cable charge start the following day since we wouldn't be watching TV. She asked "are you a Jew?" Then said "oh, I probably shouldn't have said that since you could be". Haven't been back, and won't go again.
OP...Our favorite is Rancho Sedona RV in Sedona. Second place is Chula Vista RV just south of San Diego, third is Zane Grey RV in Campe verde.
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Some nice campgrounds we've stayed at during our travels include:
Jessie Lea RV Park in Big Stone Gap, VA. It's small, but well run by an extremely friendly owner. The town is in the very SW corner of VA. They sometimes have live music on weekends. http://www.jessielearv.com/
Ledgeview Village RV Park in Lake George, NY. It's a touristy area, but even though this CG isn't far from all that it is still very quiet and shaded by big pine trees. It's not far north of Saratoga where we enjoyed the horse racing and the beautiful downtown area. Fort Ticonderoga isn't far either. http://www.ledgeview.com/
Santa Fe Skies RV Park in Santa Fe, NM. This park is outside Santa Fe about 10-15 minutes driving time and is up on a hill that allows for a 360 degree view of the area. They supply their own electricity with solar panels, but they are out of the way from the camp area. There is a bit of gravel, but in the southwest there isn't a lot of grassy campsites like the midwest.
Sierra Village Lodge & RV Park just outside Taos, NM. It's not a big park and a bit funky, but we loved the laid back atmosphere. It's up in the hills outside Taos and during the hot weather it's cooler here. It's not really big rig friendly, but we don't have one of those anyway. Nice to hear the birds singing in the morning. http://www.sierravillagervpark.com/