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Very clean, well kept family owned campground. We had a great site with trees and view of the cattle and horse pasture next to RV park. Closest private RV Park to Capital Reef. Full hookups and cable.

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This is a nice park right in Quartzsite and within walking distance of the "Big Tent", The Rock and Gem Show and a number of businesses. It is very crowded during show time and RV's are parked really close "back to back" as can be expected in Quartzsite during the biggest RV gathering in the world. The sites are well taken care of, facilities immaculate and staff helpful and friendly. No use of portable heaters allowed so needed to use our furnace a lot.

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Open for the Winter! Surprising number staying the winter judging from the pink styrofoam and hay bales around the motorhomes and fifth wheels. Store is stocked and staffed, gas pumps on site and complimentary jump-started motorhome at minus 10 degrees.

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Middle of winter in Minnesota and they had two sites plowed for motorhomes and trailers. Site had electric and water (surprisingly). We were winterized so didn't use the water. Self register and pay. Enjoyed sunset over the lake and minus eight degree weather!

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Nice clubhouse, friendly staff, long pull throughs. Sites a little close but great for several night stay. Was able to get WiFi camping near the clubhouse. Showers and restrooms very clean. They arranged shuttle to Big Texan Steakhouse.

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Right off I40 but far enough for no highway noise. Stopped because of freak snowstorm and very high winds. No one else camped there but we were very glad to be able to stop. In the middle of farm fields. Hard to rate as there are few services- no showers, no restrooms, no laundramat, no WiFi but owner really pleasant and helpful. Good electric and great water. Several frost proof water lines still open.

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Great RV sites! Clubhouse with fireplace, coffee, huge TV, Free coffee, book exchange, board games, couches, pool table and immucalate huge showers and restrooms. Everything new and decorated in retro theme. Gated, Fire pits, tables, patches of grass and walk or shuttle to Casino. Overpriced if goes back to $50 a night but great value at $30. (Particularly if going to give the Casino some of your money) Staff excellent and very helpful.

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The cleanest showers and restrooms ever! Lots of hot water and heated. The park facilities looked a little run down upon entering and we couldn't get ahold of anyone to see if they had availability, until after 4 in the afternoon. But pulled in and sign said to set up and register after 4. Older facility but Very friendly, helpful and good for an overnight stay.

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Perfect spot if visiting the Casino. Friendly service, great price with Players Card. Exceptional showers and restrooms. No sewer but there is a dump stations. Over 29 stations on TV antenna, Sites are incredibly tight though- didn't know if our slides would go out without hitting the electric hookup. Definitely crowded our neighbor with our two slides out. Even though the sites are small it is a great place to access the casino. Player card evidently gives access to the hotel swimming pool too.

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The campground was wonderful. Private and heavily wooded. A few of the sites are a bit hilly and difficult to back into with a long motorhome but doable. Seems that the Savanna side seems newer and sites are a bit more spaced apart than the Riverside camping area. Fabulous campground but the showers are in serious need of ventilation, painting and deep cleaning- preferably with bleach! Black mold and looks like green algae growing on the walls in the showers.

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Wonderful Iowa County Park in large forested area. Campsites are spread out and range from full hookups to electric only to tent and no hook ups. Hiking trails, fishing, boating and even golf! The full hook up sites are a bit confusing- look at the map in self- registration kiosk. Many are designed for large or small groups with RV's and circle or square off in wagon train style! The electric only sites are over a small creek and spaced out a bit more. Weekends are busy with lots of local families camping.

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Hidden Jewell of a park in Jewell Iowa! Beautiful little lake with boating, fishing, playground and loveseat swings! 106 sites with lots of full hook ups and water/electric sites. Full hookups are a bit difficult to identify- seem to be in the two rows facing the lake. They are $25 a night and water/electric are $22. The prices are posted on the power pedestal. The full hook-up sites facing the lake are closer together than the others but still a reasonable distance apart. Waterfront sites are fabulous but be aware that the roads are gravel and can stir up a lot of dust. It seems that on the weekends this is the place to be for locals driving through so the gravel road on the lake is pretty busy. They even have free Wi-Fi strong enough to stream video!

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Wonderful state park with 4 separate camping areas: 1area walk in, 3 for RV's and or tents, and 2 of those have electricity. Well maintained with multiple trails, fishing, day use area. Weekends are usually fully booked and weekdays busy. Sites vary between open, sunny, shaded, and private. Many pull throughs. We would stay here again.

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Delighted with this KOA as a stopover outside KC. We stayed an extra night after only planning to stay one. Very well taken care of, nice store, easy in/out and nice sites. Wooded with lovely trees cut back high enough to not hit high profileRV's. Great, friendly staff and free coffee! They had several really nice "Patio" sites with rocking love seat, wood log style table and chairs, new propane grills and great fire pit for rental at $60 a night. The cabins looked great inside. Only 2 drawbacks: The sites are very close together and if they had been busy would have had the side of another RV within 10-15 feet of our door. The highway noise is loud with semi's engine breaking directly at the side of the park on I70. Once inside motorhome the noise was less noticeable. We would stay here again.

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Very nice campground on the lake. Sites would be very close together for a state park if full. Nature Center and walking trail at campground. Fire rings at several sites are small rocks in a circle so not sure if "legal" or not. Right on highway so a bit of noise. All sites are back in. A few smaller sites are right on the lake. No attendant or camp host at this time of year so picked site and paid the iron box. Garmin GPS and Apple maps had different directions. iPhone map app was closer to I44 than Garmin RV route.