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This is the Passport America 1/2 price rate. The RV park is still in good condition. We were 1 of 3 RVs on July 5. They were busy for the 4th of July weekend. Cell service is still not available, however there is a computer in the office with web access for customers. We would camp here again.

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The $51.42 daily rate included tax and AAA discount. Nice, big park just a few minutes from the West Yellowstone Nat'l Park gate. We were assigned site #95, a corner site. The site was long enough for our 40' motorhome and car; however, getting into the site was difficult. Even though it is a pull-through site, we had to unhook the car and manuever the motorhome back and forth a couple of times to get into the site.

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$10 is the Senior Pass daily rate, otherwise $20. Boondocked here for 3 nights. We were in site #C-132, just long enough for a 40' motorhome and car. There are several loops which allow generators from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Since it doesn't get dark until 8:30 p.m., on their evaluation card, I suggested increasing generator hours to 10 p.m. I was told, several customers requested the same. DirecTV Satellite, Verizon cell and air card worked. Quiet, secluded park with friendly staff.

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Well-kept park with beautiful lake and mountain views. No problem with DirecTV satellite or Verizon cell and air card. The rate was $27.56 which included the $16 campsite fee, $10 reservation fee and taxes. The $10 reservation fee is charged per reservation, not per night. Site #1, with 30 amp, no water, no sewer, is large enough for a 40' motorhome and car. The water and dump facility is located conveniently in the park.

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Rate is based on the monthly rate. We missed the registration office, located right after the KOA park entrance. We were on Turner St., site #C-149, ample space with a concrete patio. This is a one-way street, head-in site, designed to be driven into from the opposite direction, which is closed off. So, getting into the site was awkward for a 40' motorhome. Landscaping needs improvement. The beach area was very crowded during Easter week. The beach and pavilions were cleaned daily. I would stay here again.

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Rate is based on a monthly rate. Electricity is extra (for monthly stays) and expensive at $.17 per KW. Cable is extra. Rates are based on site size. We parked in a larger site with enough space between neighbors. RV sites are interspersed with park models and mobile homes. This is an older park in which some sites are across a 2-lane highway. No problem with Verizon cell and Verizon air card. There is a wide variety of activities during the winter months. The winter Texans were very friendly.

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This is the monthly rate, calculated by averaging Feb-Mar (high season). Electricity is extra for monthly stays at $.15 per KW. Cable TV (with HBO & Cinemax) is included. We parked in the North section. Nicely landscaped, clean, spacious, concrete sites. Sites in the North section are for sale. If sold during your stay, you may be moved to another site. Free Wi-Fi in North & West sections. During this time, free cable modem for internet access was available. North section has own pool and spa. From the North section, it’s a few blocks to the fitness and activity centers, and even further to the trash dump (unfortunately, trash pickup, at site, is only twice a week). This is a large park; many people use bikes or golf carts to get around. No problem with Verizon cell and Verizon air card. Park activities were winding down by mid-March.

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This is the Passport America rate of $13.50. There were only a few campers during our stay. We were in site #14, pull-through, long and level with ample room. This site is next to the trash dumpster (trash truck came by at 7:00 a.m.), but there was no odor. The park is located next to the highway, but I did not hear any road noise during the night. The owner, is helpful and friendly. No pool, no river, no clubhouse but there is a clean country feeling about this park. No Verizon wireless service here. Wi-Fi and cable are included in rate. I would stay here again.

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The rate includes $18 for the campsite plus $6 day-use fee for 2 people. We do not have an annual park pass. With a park pass, the day-use fee is waived. The staff recommended the south section for long, spacious, pull-through sites. A reservation was not necessary during this time of the year; there were many sites to choose from. Verizon extended service was okay for cell and fair for the air card.

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We got in with our 40' rig and SUV, but it wasn't a roomy site. There were just 2 other campers during our stay so we didn't feel crowded. There is no dump station on site; however, the staff says the dump station is located at the next rest stop on the Interstate. The RV park is located within easy walking distance of the cavern tours.

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This is the Passport America rate. This is a no-frills park, good for an overnight stop. It is adjacent to a Truck Stop on Interstate 10, exit 212. The pull-through sites are spacious with plenty of room for slides. The hookups were perfectly positioned for our motor home. Although next to the interstate, I was not disturb by the road noise. The staff says they are working on providing WiFi. (866) 847-4398

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This is the Passport America rate of $15.50. We were in site #B-9, a level roomy site. The gravel roads were easy to maneuver; however, there was one curve where a tenter's car was parked (in an authorized parking space) making it tight to turn the curve. In fact, we did have to back up and straighten up to make the turn. During our stay, there were activities for a marshmallow campfire, breakfast and a movie night. This park is about 17 miles to the entrance of Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

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This is the Passport America rate. This is a hilly park with level sites and in need of updating. We were in site #87, 50amp, back -in. Site #87 is a back-to-back site with site #76. Our front view was less than desirable. The park is located about 5 miles outside of Albuquerque.

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This is a Passport America rate of $14.50. We squeezed into site #6, a 30-amp, full hookups, back-in site, which was a little farther away from the interstate. This is an overnight stop-on-the-side-of-the-road park with no amenities but within reasonable driving distance to the Petrified Forest.

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This is the Passport America rate of $19.50 plus tax. Other discounts, like AAA, Good Sam, etc., are also available. This is a no-frills park close to downtown "Route 66" Williams. The check-in staff was pleasant and helpful. Our site #33A was level with problem-free hookups. The park is about 60 miles from Sedona and an hour from the Grand Canyon South Rim. A Safeway grocery store is nearby.