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This is a large county park situated next to their fair grounds. Easy to find with large pull-through sites and full hookups including cable and Wi-Fi. Green grass and trees at every site. Pet friendly with doggie waste bags placed around the perimeter of the park and a fenced off-leash area just across the street. Friendly staff and the park is within walking distance of town. Would stay here again.

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This park has been enlarged since the last time I was here. A loop with full hookups has been added. Both pull-through and back-in sites available, with most at least partially shaded. They are all on asphalt. You are within walking distance of the river and the logging museum, which I highly recommend. And it's an easy distance to Crater Lake. Would definitely stay here again.

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This is a national park campground; there are no hookups. Large sites, some with a view of the lake. There are pull-in, back-in and pull-through sites here. I would suggest going left as you pass the office because the roads to the right are pretty tight for a motorhome. This was the off season, so there no one to check us in, but the instructions are clear. Would stay here again if in the area.

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Very friendly staff and large pull-thru sites with full hookups. Office wasn't open when we first arrived, but instructions were clear and had no trouble finding an open site. Some permanent residents which was not a problem. Hookups worked well and were well placed. Will probably come again.

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Lovely park with private pull-in sites that face the river and a lovely greenway. Good cable, WiFi, and a fenced dog park. Each site has a table and paved patio. Will definitely come again.

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Gravel sites with some shade, good cable, and WiFi. The water and electric hookups were on opposite sides of the coach. Had to run the electric cord underneath the rig. Electric went out at my site, but the staff were pretty efficient at making a repair. There was a large fenced dog run with water spigots and a food truck that serves breakfast and/or lunch and will also deliver to your site if you wish. Not easy to find because there was so much construction on the freeway, but hopefully that will change.

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Price quoted was for W/E only. Very narrow roads, with the office at the top of the hill. Limited cable and a small fenced dog area. Friendly staff and lots of shade. Just 23 miles from Yosemite NP entrance.

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Very narrow back-in sites. Cable and WiFi functioned well. There's a long walk through the sagebrush for taking the dog. They provided a water dish and waste bags at the beginning of the path. Friendly staff. Would not allow the dog to be confined alone in the RV for any length of time which made sightseeing in the car out of the question.

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What a beautiful setting with a large colorful cliff backdrop. Friendly owners and immaculate sites. Two dog runs with waste bags, cable TV and WiFi. There is also a restaurant on site for breakfast and lunch. Didn't try it, but the menu looked enticing. Would definitely stay here again.

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Centrally located park, next to Costco and an easy days drive to Lake Tahoe and Virginia City. Large sites with tables and some shade. The dog "run" is behind the park's fence running parallel to the freeway and needed a clean up. Feces underfoot in all directions. Perhaps if they supplied bags, it would be better. But that was the only real negative I found. Large cable line-up and good WiFi. Would stay here again.

     

Ely KOA

Ely, Nevada

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Enjoyed this park so much that I stayed going both west and east. Large shaded sites with fences between, two dog runs with waste bags and very friendly staff. The cable was down, but there were OTA stations from Las Vegas, Reno and Salt Lake City. Good WiFi, too. Would stay here again.

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Disappointing. Although it was called a deluxe site, it was a bit rustic - parked on grass for example, and near a stable. In warmer weather flies and the odor of manure might be a problem especially at that end of the park. Although mature trees give shade, there was no dog run or patio. Doubt that I will return.

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One of my favorite parks which is in the process of expanding. It is now a member of the G7 RV Resorts, but nothing seems to have changed, at least so far. They supply poop bags for the dogs, but the off leash area is not fenced. Not my preference. Good cable and WiFi, and I love the green grass.

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Unfortunately, the river is very, very low which makes the views less than desirable. However, you can't beat the price for full hookups. Was very quiet - no tv, no cell phone reception. A nice respite. And there are many more pull-thru sites since I was here last.

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Have stayed here before and probably will again if in the area. Many shaded sites and a dog run with grass. Very friendly staff. Good WiFi.