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Large resort with a lot of posted rules. Security gate checks you out before you can drive in. Great side parking for the rig so that you can walk in and register and not block others coming in. Level, concrete pads with picnic tables. There are a lot of amenities that we did not use. Restaurants, grocery store, gas close by. Located in southern side of LV. That worked well for us as we were headed to California. Would stay here again. Very clean and well maintained, away from the strip. Good family park.

     

Ballard RV Park

Moab, Utah

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Gravel, pull through sites. Cable TV with basic channels. Quiet park and easy to navigate and park your rig. You can see the highway but not hear the road noise. There were fire rings scattered around but no picnic tables. Beautiful Utah mesa scenery. Wish I'd had time to rent an ATV to explore. Bring supplies as the only thing close by is a gas station with a convenience store. It was not very busy so we had a site to ourselves. However, it looked like hookups were installed so that your front door is facing your neighbor. We had made reservations so we knew our site number and parked when we pulled in. Wanted to use laundromat but didn't know where it was located. The site manager left a note he was in Grand Junction but was here by morning. Would stay here again but would ask for a site that does not face neighbor. It appeared that there were very nice cabins for rent. The whole campground was very clean.

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Gravel lot where 50 sites plus vehicle parking have been squeezed in. Sites are very close together. Neighbor's door is about 2 feet from my slide out. Road noise from Hwy 24 is very loud. No picnic tables or sitting outside, as there is NO room. We had a pull-through. Not sure how the big bus and 40 ft fifth wheel that parked next to us got in. Close to Garden of the Gods, Historical Colorado Springs and other sites. WiFi was spotty. Cable TV was fine. This worked for us as we were gone most of the day visiting family. Stayed here for 3 nights. Would not stay here again. This place has survived because it has a good location. Traffic is heavy on this section of Highway 24.

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Selected KOA because we passing through and had't made plans. Our site was close to the main highway and very noisy. However, we were told that when we called for reservations. The air conditioner blocked out the noise. Don't really like KOA because they have many amenities we don't use and don't want to pay for. This one had great, very helpful and welcoming staff. They take you to the site and help you get situated. Wifi was very poor. That seems to be the standard for KOAs. They are located approximately 6 miles east of Durango.

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Very good wifi. Back in sites are very close together. There was a picnic table but it was dirty and very close to neighbor. Pull through sites appeared to have more space. People park close to the road which makes it difficult to leave. Entrance to park is narrow. If there is a rig checking in, you have to sit and wait until they are done. Approximately the first 10 back in sites back up to a loud car wash. Thankfully we had our air conditioner on which blocked some of the noise. It is walking distance to some businesses. Would not stay here again.

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Camped here the last week of May. Arrived on Wednesday. Camp was quiet. There was wildlife galore. Wild turkeys, deer, huge jack rabbits. It is a bird-nerd's paradise. On Friday night it got busier and by Saturday it was packed. Wildlife left. Sites 97 - 100 stack you up and your back window may be looking onto someone's picnic table. There are many sites where you have more privacy. Choose carefully. A couple sites leave your front door facing the road. Overall, it is a wonderful park. There is a pool, visitor center and convenience store. Bring what you need because you will be about 35 miles from the closest town. You will also pay an extra $10 as the entrance fee for the National Park. We took a moonlit hike guided by a retired ranger. Wonderful experience. Would definitely visit here again. May not want to visit here in summer. Would be very warm. Sites were level. No fires allowed.

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The park is clean and well maintained except for the roads. Of course, keep in mind that this place gets snow and that probably makes it difficult to keep roads smooth. Nice hiking trails with access from the park. Saw deer in the park in the evening. Tengointernet Wifi works on PC & Ipad not Iphone. Cable at site did not work had to string it from another site. It also had low signal issues during our stay. Camp personnel did work with us. They were very helpful. Park is close to gas stations, groceries, etc. It was quiet - could not hear road noise or trains. Would stay here again.

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Level, back in sites. Gravel, no grass and no shade. No reservations: 1st come, 1st served. No WiFi or cable TV. But for $25 you can't have everything. However, if you are looking for a no frills, clean park this is a great spot. Spacious clean bathrooms and showers. Two blocks off of 395 so it is very quiet especially for sleeping. Five minute walk through fairgrounds and you are on main street. Not sure if people don't know about this park. There were only two others there and one pulled out late evening. We had park to ourselves. Starbucks is two blocks away. Would stay here again.

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Large parking lot with some trees and spots of grass here and there. Not all sites are level. Lots of cracks in asphalt. Reno Sparks is about 10 miles away. Good for overnight only. Cabelas and Boomtown Casino are within walking distance. Trains run near park in canyon below. WiFi was non-existent. The parks that we have stayed at that use Matrix WiFi are getting ripped off. Signal is always very weak and knocks you off when you do get on. The positive is that you great views of the mountains and since the park was fairly empty it was quiet.

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Clean, well maintained park, with level sites. There are a few sites that are double. The front of a rig is up against the back of another. I don't know how you would park. Good WiFi, limited cable TV channels. Good for families as the Quincy park is right outside the RV park. The City park includes pool, playground equipment and skate park. Quincy fairgrounds a couple blocks away. Would have to drive for shopping. Would stay here again.

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Large, clean, well maintained secure park. Level sites. Good for big rigs. Wi-Fi was spotty. You have to keep logging in constantly. Trains run at all hours of the day and night right behind the park. There is a bus stop right outside of park. The park is located in a semi-residential, industrial area. You have to drive everywhere. No shopping close by. There is cable TV but the channel selection is minimal and probably not ones that you watch at home. Fitness room is used, left over equipment. Would not stay here again because of location. Caters mostly to older retired people.

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Clean, nicely maintained park with level shady sites. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Easy access off I-5. Walgreen's within walking distance. Friendly, personable husband and wife run the park. They were helpful and accommodating when we had a tire issue with our RV. Saw a lot of kids so I'm assuming that it's family friendly. The pool was clean and busy. Laundry facilities were clean. Two separate walking areas for dogs. Would stay here again.

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Gravel and asphalt everywhere. Hard to walk dogs in the heat. The large grassy area that was available was dead. Clean park. Friendly office staff. Couldn't find any other parks in Sacramento that looked clean or safe. This one fit the bill. All attractions must be driven to. Hookups are kind of weird. Hookups for next site over were on our site. Good cable TV has lots of channels.

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Clean, easy to drive in and set up. No obstacles such as buildings or trees. Super clean pool and spa, bathrooms, showers. Complimentary brewed to order coffee in lobby. Large area for dogs to run around in. Wish we could have stayed here longer. About a mile off from I-5 but couldn't hear traffic noise.

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Clean park. Quiet except for noise from I-5. Walking distance into town. Showers were a little dirty, looked like they had not been cleaned in a few days. This area of Oregon is warm in summer, a pool would be nice.