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We stopped at RV parks in Tonopah, which were not very nice. So we drove to Beatty and found Space Station. The staff was friendly and it is walking distance to a market, restaurant, and casino. We had enough space for a 34' RV and a tow car. There are some trees. The cable TV was good but the Wi-Fi was poor. We did not use the restrooms or laundry. The utilities were all fine and the site was level. Would stay here again while passing through or visiting Death Valley. It was very quiet even though the highway is right in front.

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After seeing the poor RV parks in Tonopah, we drove on to Beatty. This park was perfect for our needs for an overnight stop. There were several sites long enough for our 34' Class A plus a tow car without unhitching. The site was level and the water and electric hookups were just fine. The 30 amp voltage was 115 volts without a load. There is cable TV but the Wi-Fi was not very good. We were in walking distance to restaurants, a casino, and there is a market on site. There are a few trees so there is a little shade. We did not use the restrooms or laundry. Staff was friendly and helpful. Would stay here again when visiting Death Valley or just passing through.

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Passport America rate is $17 including tax. Older mobile home/rv park in a very quiet neighborhood on a dead-end street. Park is very neat and clean and well maintained. There are older units but they are neat. People were very quiet and friendly. The manager lives on site and is very helpful. We were in a pull-through next to the office and had good Wi-Fi. There are sites for 40' rigs and back in sites with shade. The laundry was small but convenient and the least costly I have found on this trip. It is pet friendly for small dogs on leashes. It is only 4 miles into Fort Meyers. Hook-ups were good. Shopping plaza with grocery and other shops within walking distance. No cable TV but lots of stations with antenna. Roads are paved. There is a community room with TV, pool table, book exchange, and kitchen available. Would stay here again.

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Works well for overnight stop. Right along I-40 at exit. But highway noise was not a problem. Pull through sites so we could stay hooked up. Have small ponds with ducks: rather nice. Wi-Fi was extra. Rate was with Good Sam discount. Grounds were clean and neat. Spaces are wide.

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Good for a quick overnight stay. Pulled through an empty site to get to ours, so it was a pull through and we were able to stay hooked up. This is more of a trailer park with empty sites, used as an RV park. But there are no other campgrounds along Highway 58. Rate was with Good Sam discount. Far enough off highway that there is no noise. Visited the Borax Mine Visitor Center. Very interesting, well done and free.

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Long pull through sites, so we were able to pull through with a 30' motor home and toad. Trees and grass throughout park. Two fenced dog runs that were clean. Friendly staff. Convenient to I-5. Some seasonal but no problem this time of year. Only negative was sewer was very far back at site and hard to reach. Stayed here twice in one week on way to and from San Francisco.

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Park is "maintained" by City of Columbus. It is in very poor condition - most sites could not be accessed due to ruts, branches, mud. A few sites are right on the Yellowstone River. A gravel mixture had been spread on the "better" sites but the stones were mixed with tar which made a mess on our shoes and the dog's feet. Park needs to be cleaned up - weeds cut, trees trimmed, etc. Fee is donation only. Just a few miles south of I-90 so OK if you just need a place to pull in and sleep. There were a total of 6 campsites occupied and the police did drive through so it seemed safe enough.

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Had the weekly rate of $170. Park is so pretty with all the beautiful trees and flowers. Some sites are more open and others are "in the pines". Rest rooms are so clean that I use the shower here but at other parks I use our own shower. Tuesday night entertainment is great with ice cream after. Staff is very efficient and friendly. Laundry room is large. Only problem was it was difficult to establish or maintain a Wi-Fi connection a lot of the time.

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Nicely laid out with paved roads throughout park. However, the road to the park is not paved but is good gravel. Sites are large and set far apart. Far enough from Hwy 93 that there is no road noise. Will accommodate rigs up to 50'. Most sites are shady. Only 4 sites taken mid-week in July. Vault toilets and water throughout park. Host couple on site. Reservations are available. We would camp here again. Rate reflects senior camping rate.

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Best campground near Yellowstone National Park; only a few miles to West Entrance. Many sites with electric hookup. Sites are well-spaced, level and most are shady. The two host couples are helpful and friendly. Town of West Yellowstone has lots to do - IMAX, Discovery Center, museum, restaurants (we like Three Bears), shops, excellent visitors center. Groceries are higher than in larger towns. Campground could use a dump station. Golden Age rate is $14 with electric and $8 without. Sites cannot be reserved but you can "reserve" site that is occupied for next day by paying and placing tag on post behind theirs - host let us do this to move from non-electric to electric. Some highway noise at sites closest to road. No problems for bigger rigs with roads or branches. Last year a herd of bison went through campground, including our site,fun to watch from inside the motor home.

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Nice, quiet state park campground located 26 miles SW of Dillon. Camping fee includes admission to old Bannack with over 50 restored buildings from the gold rush days of the 1860's. A few long pull-thru sites will accommodate any length. Back in sites are longer than stated on web site. Many sites are well shaded. No dump but does have water. Host on site. Tipi available for rent. Visit to Bannack well worthwhile - visitor center, videos, self-guided tour up Main Street. Located along Grasshopper Creek. Saw deer and lots of different birds. Drawback - mosquitoes were terrible!

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Pulled in on July 4th weekend without a reservation (not recommended!) and the friendly staff was able to find us a spot for a 30' motor home and toad for 2 nights. They continued to try very hard for other nights but had no success. Had a large pull through with lots of shade. Campground was surprisingly quiet with so many people and on a holiday. Showers and laundry are available. Two dump stations near entrance. Generators are allowed. Nice trails to visitor center and amphitheater where there are ranger programs. Rate is Golden Age.

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USFS campground located 11 miles SW of Hoback Junction and 27 miles SW of Jackson. Beautiful campground right on Snake River in Snake River Canyon. Lots of shade. All sites are very large back-ins; roads are wide and access is good for larger rigs. Room to unhook toad. Friendly hosts on site. Made it our base for Jackson and Grand Tetons. Some traffic noise from highway but sound of Snake River was soothing. Group site across road. We were the only campers in our loop and there was only one in other loop. Site 8 looked best. Rate is Golden Age.

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USFS Campground located on US 89 31 miles from Logan 6 miles from Garden City near Bear Lake Summit. Campground is shaded by thick Aspen groves. Sites are fairly well separated. Close enough to Bear Summit for a nice walk for the fabulous view and information at rest area. We had some difficulty with a 30' motor home - sites are large enough but road is narrow with lots of overhanging branches. The first small loop to the left is best for larger rigs. Site #13 is large and has view of Bear Lake. Rate is Golden Age.

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This is one of the neatest, cleanest RV parks you will ever find. The grounds are immaculate as are the laundry room and rest rooms. Each site has a large grassy area and trees. The owners and workers are very friendly, stopping to chat with us at our site. The setting is beautiful with a pretty stream running by the park. We extended our stay from one night to two because it was so pleasant. There is a large fenced dog area plus a nature trail to walk dogs.