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Easy access from the highway, everything is pavement or cement, except for the tiny bit of grass between sites. Really, just a parking space. Park has a nice pool area and a pond and canal along one edge. I mention the pond and canal because we go to Florida for birding and see most of the birds along water. Planes made it a bit noisy, but the morning trash pick up was handy. We came in stayed a night and moved on.

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We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting friends and local sights. Entrance to Bulow is a little narrow and between stone pillars, we navigated it fine, but I would think it could be a problem for a class A. The entrance road is long and narrow, with lots of overhanging branches. They obviously had some damage from the last hurricane as there are piles of debris everywhere. The office is plain and cold, although the woman at the desk was kind. We found our site on our own, crowded next to a obvious long term camper with stuff everywhere. The sites are mostly pull thru, I guess, on sand and very uneven. The electrical hookup was a bit iffy. (Leaning over and rusted). There was no free wifi and we could not get any tv channels to work. There were alot of long term campers and many were cluttered and trashy. On a walk around the grounds we walked past the dumpster behind the activities building which was full and overflowing with trash bags all over. Overall appearance was rough and the sites are very uneven and too close. We would not stay here again.

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We stayed here for 1 night while visiting friends. Park is easy to find and easy access. We checked in after hours. All info was left for us, easy to find. Park was open and clean, wifi worked and we got some tv channels just using a small antenna we carry.

     

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Holiday Park Campground

Traverse City, Michigan

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Very nice clean park, roomy sites, paved roads, wifi unusable. Beautiful location, lakes, ponds and marsh areas all around. Over 200 sites. Staff was very helpful and accommodating. Our 2 dogs were no problem, there is no specific dog exercising area, but lots of places to walk.

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Booked last minute on the phone as we were not going to get as far as we hoped. This is a large park with a pond, pool, playground, volleyball and a store with basic supplies. Many of these things were not available as we were there in October. Most all of the camping sites are cut into a hill and not paved, so it was a bit difficult getting level. Full hookups available. There are a lot of permanent trailers here, nicely shaded and has a dump station.

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We booked a little late for a busy weekend, but still found a nice site. We also had our 2 dogs with us and that was no problem. Came in late the first night so just got settled. Checked in the next day. Keep in mind that in addition to the camping fee you have to purchase a state park pass for $15. Lots of things to do nearby, hiking, boating, etc. There is firewood to purchase at the park, but no other supplies. Most sites are partially shaded, some are very close together. This is a very popular park, therefore is very busy. Overall impression was clean and well kept but crammed with lots of people. No wifi.

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This was our 2nd time staying here and very different experiences, not with the staff, they have always been friendly and helpful, but with the amount of campers. On this visit in October there was only one other RV in the whole park. The manager said they had a lot of cancellations due to a bad accident on I-80, which I think happens frequently. When we came thru in August every site was full, this time having the park to ourselves was great as we had the dogs with us and we could walk them all over the place with out disrupting anyone. These sites are close together, but has a nice view of the pond. Very nice clean park, will always try to stay here on our travels thru Nebraska.

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Stayed here for 2 nights, arrived after hours so a packet was left with pertinent information. We got settled in and enjoyed our site. Not too many people around, although the campground was full trailers. Sugar Shores is mostly full of permanent campers who have purchased their site. Campground was extremely clean and quiet. The staff was very friendly and helpful. One note of caution, if you do camp here under an oak tree (which is very hard to avoid) be aware that acorns hitting your roof in the middle of the night can seem very loud! Our dogs thought the roof was caving in every time they hit. Additional note Sugar Shores was also a great place to do some birding.

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Enjoyed our stay here at the koa very much. Great location for all the local attractions, sand dunes, alamosa, gator park, etc. All the sites are level, most if not all are pull through, clean everywhere. Folks are nice and welcoming, everything worked including the wifi. Lots of shaded spots, cabins to rent and a nice area for tents. Dog play area and a small playground.

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Laundry room was clean and machines all worked. Checked in via the night drop even though we arrived around 3:30. Get supplies before you arrive, not much here other than the campground and their little store does not have much.

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Park is straight gravel, no trees, no picnic tables, no fire pits, no amenities other than a bath house. Owner is friendly, but other than at check in out of sight. Try to park facing north, then the afternoon shade is on your door side.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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Arrived late afternoon and were escorted to our spot. Site was level and a pull thru. Full hook ups are available. Nice size campground, lots of areas for kids to play, dog park area, pool and bikes to rent. Lots of trees, so there is nice shade. Easy access from highway, and a Starbucks around the corner. I would recommend you avoid sites 44-47 as the security lights from the office shine in your windows all night, otherwise very nice park.