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After passing the kiosk, sites 1 thru 25 are on the left and sites 26 - 56 are on the right side. The left side loop appears more crowed and there is a canopy of trees that encompass many of the sites. There is a play area and a bathhouse with one shower per gender also within the left side loop. Most people like this loop because you can see the Mississippi river. The right side loop has fewer trees, more in the open and no view of the river. There is a vault toilet within both loops. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Water spigots are also scattered around both loops. There are two dump stations with fresh water just before the kiosk. All sites have 50/30/15 amp electrical service and the electrical voltage was good - hovering around 122 volts. The interior roads are on asphalt and the sites are on concrete. The sites are fairly level but the length of the sites vary. Some are long enough for a large rig (without a tow) while others barely fit a small class C. All sites are back-ins. There is an active train that runs sporadically throughout the day and night. These trains run slowly so the noise is not too bad. Road noise quiets down in the evening. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. Overall, this is a nice campground. We have a 32 5th wheel.

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The sites within Aster and Honeysuckle loops are all on packed gravel had very narrow interior streets, lots of trees and shrubs. Half of the Dogbone sites are on packed gravel, the rest of this loop are on concrete. Coneflower and Blazingstar loops had wide interior streets, few trees and shrubs and all of the sites were on concrete. The entire campground is on the reservation system. All sites are back-ins. Most of the sites are not very level (including the ones that are on concrete). Water spigots are scattered throughout the campground. Water can also be obtained at the dump station. There are only two dump stations for the entire park. Every loop has a bath house with a couple of showers. You cannot regulate the water temperature and they have a push button that controls the amount of water coming out. Most of the loops have a kid's play area in the center. Coneflower and Blazingstar loops have 50 amp electrical service, all of the other loops have 30 amp electrical service. Our voltage was good - hovering around 122 volts. The park was not filled so I don't know if the voltage would degrade. Verizon air card and cell phone was on extended network but we did not have a problem with them. Every site has a fire ring and a picnic table. The Neal Smith bike trail runs right through the park.

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I believe this county park caters to the residents of Carroll County. Check-in time is 5:30 AM and check-out time is 6:30 PM. We have seen a number of people drop off their rig early in the morning then go to work. Then come back to this park after work with their family, have dinner then leave. At least a quarter of the sites had rigs on them but not used. I would image that during the summer almost all of the sites would be taken by local residents. As you drive into Swan Lake the lower level campground will be on your left. This loop is mostly treeless and near the water's edge. This section has water and electrical (30/20 amp) utilities but no sewer. The upper loop is at the top of the short hill. The upper loop is treed (well pruned) and has FHU with 30/20 amp electrical service. A dump station was just built but not very well thought out. The lay of the land is unusual. There is gravel road in the middle of the loop but you would not know it unless you look very closely. All of the interior roads and sites are on gravel and none are level. The sewer in the upper loop is flush with the ground and difficult to find. The water spigot and electrical box is shared between two sites. The electrical voltage was good - hovering around 121 but there were not many people using it. All sites had a picnic table and a fire ring. There was good Verizon reception for both WiFi and phone service. Swan Lake has WiFi but it was very weak. There are two bath houses, both located in the upper section of the park. This was the standard brick building with one shower in each bath house. The showers were on a timer via a push button and the water temperature could not be regulated. We chose not to us the bathrooms. It rained heavily for a few days during our stay but there were very few puddles. There was some train noise but not bad. It was quiet and dark at night. We would only come back to this campground off season. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Seward County Fairgrounds located in Liberal has 10 FHU sites. Dry camping is also available. All of the utilities are located in the back of each site. You will need a long water hose to reach the spigot. All of these sites have 30/20 amp electrical service. The electrical voltage was strong - hovering around 125. I believe that 50 amp electrical service is available but with no water. All of the sites were on gravel. Some of the sites were muddy after a heavy rain. WiFi is not available. A bathroom with a shower was available but was the typical brick bare bone structure. It was clean but definitely not appealing. We chose not to use them. A neighborhood Walmart recently opened across the street. This Walmart also have fueling station (gas and diesel). We would come back to this fairground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Hutchinson is a nice city to spend a couple of days in. The fairground is about 2 miles from downtown. The fairground has a separate RV park when the fair is not going on (held in September). The interior roads were on cement and all of the sites are on packed grass and gravel. I don't believe there would be a problem getting out of the site if it rained heavily. All of the sites have FHU located on the appropriate side and the sites were fairly level. All sites are back-ins. A water pressure regulator hangs on each water spigot if you so choice to use it. Each site has 50/30/20 amp electrical service. The electrical voltage was good - hovering around 124. The voltage might be lower if the park was filled and everyone was using their air conditioners. Only one of the bath houses was open at the time of our visit. It contained two showers and was spotless. There are also 2 dump stations within the fairgrounds. There were street lights within the RV park but they were not working during our stay. There are a few picnic tables scattered around the park. Wifi is not available and there are no fire rings. There was some train noise but it did not bother us at night. We would definitely come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Before we left the registration desk we had to sign our initials on three separate pages of rules and regulations. When we asked about the gym she whipped out another form for us to fill out. We felt that was a bit excessive. We went to the club house in the evening only to find that it was closed. Apparently management locks the clubhouse when they leave at 5 PM. The campground has a nice clubhouse, too bad we can't use it in the evenings. All of the interior roads were on asphalt and the sites were on concrete. All of the sites had FHU however the location of the utilities varied depending upon the site. This campground started as a mobile home that turned into a RV park back in late 80's. Most of the sites had 30/50 amp electrical service and some of these boxes were about 2 feet from the ground. On our site, the cut off switch for the electricity was not in this box. It was located in the back. The electrical voltage was OK - hovering around 119. The sites were fairly level. The entire campground was well maintained excepted for the trees that needed trimming. The pricing structure varied upon the type of site (treed, pull-thru or satellite friendly). Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. This campground had free WiFi but we did not use it. There were two bath houses with showers. Both were clean and attractive. The laundry room contains (4) washers @ $2 and (4) dryers @ $1 for 30 minutes. The bathrooms and laundry had the same key-pad code. The gym also had a key-pass code but was not the same as the laundry and bathroom. It was very quiet at night. This is not a bad campground to visit St. George or Zion. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

     

Kampark

Blanding, Utah

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This is the least expensive campground within the Blanding area. It is basically a flat piece of property with a few trees between sites. Side to side leveling was not bad, front to back needed some adjustments. The width and length of the sites were a mixed bag. Some of the sites can accommodate a large rig with a tow. Check in at the Shell (7-11) store. Choose your site carefully. Some sites have 50 amp service, some 30 amp, some have both. One electrical box had a 15 amp plug shoved into a 30 amp outlet. This 15 amp plug had a 30 amp breaker switch. Some boxes had the old fashion screw in circuit breakers. Some boxes did not have any circuit breakers. Another box had a 30 amp plug replaced but installed incorrectly (the negative plug was on top instead of on the bottom). Most of the water spigots were OK but some were too low into the ground. One was actually buried in the dirt. The sewer connections within most sites were too close to the water spigot. Surprisingly, the voltage was good - hovering around 120 volts. WiFi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good at this location. The bathroom and showers were clean but we did not use them. It was quiet at night. We would come back to this campground but we would be very careful in selecting a camp site. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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The Best Western hotel is located at a very busy intersection. There was traffic noise all day and into the night. The hotel has 9 RV sites (one site had construction material on it). The interior road and sites are on crushed rock. All sites have FHU with 20/30/50 amp electrical service. The electrical voltage hovered around 119 volts. Some sites had a picnic table and there were no fire rings. There are neither bathrooms nor showers available. The hook-up were "side by side". Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The hotel's WiFi reception was also good. The laundry, indoor pool and spa are located directly across the street. Washers cost $3 and dryers cost $2. There is a $5 charge for breakfast and contains the standard buffet served at most hotels. From I-15 (exit 59) go west towards Cedar City. Turn left onto North 100 West Street. Go pass the hotel and take the first right into the campground. We would think twice before coming back - only because of the street noise. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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This campground is definitely not for everyone. There are no picnic tables, fire rings, WiFi, bathrooms or showers. It is just a flat piece of property within the La Plata Fair Grounds. The closes dump station is at Santa Rita Park. There are a total of 6 sites located between the Arena and the maintenance building. The electrical boxes and water spigots are located at the back of the "odd" numbered sites (sites 1, 3, 5). The "even" numbered sites share the electrical box and water spigot with the "odd" numbered sites. The "even" numbered sites will need a very long electrical cord to reach the utility box. To reach the water spigot we needed approximately 50 feet of hose. You will also have to provide your own water splitter. The electrical box contains 20/30 amp service. The electrical voltage was very strong - hovering about 125 volts. The entire lot is on packed dirt and gravel. It rained heavily over night but the ground absorbed the water. The Animus bike path and the Park and Recreation building are next door. There is a trolley on Main Ave ($0.50 per ride) that will take you to downtown Durango. The Park and Recreation building has several types of pools, a fitness center, basketball, etc. Verizon Air card and phone reception was good. The maintenance shop closes around 11:30 PM and opens around 6:30 AM. It was very quiet during our stay. If you are looking a very basic campground that is very close to Durango, this is it. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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We were a little surprised how nice this campground was. I think that many of their sites are being used by seasonal people leaving only a few sites for those who want to stay a couple of days. The interior roads and sites were on crushed gravel. Some of the sites were level while others were not. The utilities were situated on the correct side. The electrical box contained 20/30/50 amp service. The voltage was a little low - hovering around 117. Every site had a picnic table but no fire rings (as per city ordainments). They have (3) "dry" sites. Their terminology for "dry" was very confusing. According to the park manager "dry" means water and electric but no sewer. This is not what most RVer's would call "dry". There is a dump station located at the entrance to the park. There were two bathrooms - one at the entrance and the other in the back. The one in the front had one very large shower per gender. The one the back had 3 showers per gender. Both bathrooms were very clean and appealing. This campground had WiFi but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. There was a Jacuzzi but it was not working during our stay. Coin operated laundry @ $2 for washer and $2 for the dryer was available. Pagosa Springs was about 2 miles away. It was very quiet and peaceful at night. Mountain Landing RV was pricey but this is a tourist town. We would come back this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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This RV park has 10 sites and is very basic. All sites have W/E. There is now a dump station on site. All roads and sites are on packed dirt. The sites are very long and can accommodate large rigs. The electrical box was on the appropriate site but the water spigot was shared between two sites. The electrical voltage was on the low side - hovering around 116. The sites were fairly leveled. It was extremely quiet at night. There are (2) washers @ $2 and (2) dryers @ $2 for 45 minutes. The bathroom was very clean and the showers were coin operated. Wi-Fi was available but we did not use it. Verizon Air card and phone reception was good. You get a 50% discount to use the pools. There is now an "adult" only section to the pool called the greenhouse. Featuring 3 small soaking tubs with varying temperatures, a 10 foot by 75 foot zero entry pool, and a sauna. Here is also a small restaurant in the pool area that is reasonably priced. We would come back to this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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The review of this campground is probably skewed because the water level was extremely low and boating was restricted. The park was only about 1/3 filled during our stay. Only Blanco and Willow loops have water, electric, flushed toilets and showers. All of the other loops were dry camping with vault toilets. There was a dump station at the entrance to both Blanco and Willow loops. Blanco and Willow loops also have camp hosts. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The showers were on a push button timer and the water temperature could not be regulated. We did not use the showers. All of the interior roads and sites were on crushed rock and dirt. It rained quite a bit during our stay but the interior roads were not muddy. There was a combination of pull-thru sites and back-ins. All sites had a picnic table and a fire ring. Sites 52 thru 60 are non-reserveable. You can stay at these sites for a maximum of 14 days. The Blanco loop appears to have more privacy and is not as squeezed in as the Willow loop. The electrical box contained 15/30 amp service. The voltage was low - hovering around 116 volts. Verizon cell phone was on "extended" network but the reception was good. The Verizon air card reception was good. It was extremely quiet at night and during most of the day. We would definitely come back to this state park is we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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After staying at Mountain View RV Resort campground I re-read the reviews of this park. Everyone looks at campgrounds with a different pair of eyes. Other than a "patio" consisting of a narrow strip of concrete there appeared to be little difference between the tier pricing structures. The entire park was on crushed gravel. There are 7 "standard" sites, all but one were pull-thru's. The electrical box was shared between two sites. We had just enough electrical cord to reach the box. The sewer and water valve were in the correct position. Our site was not particularly leveled. Getting out of our site was a little tricky but double. The electrical voltage was good - hovering around 122 volts. There are (2) washers @ $1.50 and (4) dryers @ $1.00 for ~45 minutes. Cold water and permanent press only and the dryers were very hot. I would rate the bathroom slightly above the ones found in state parks. The bathroom was made of cinder bock and the interior walls had peeling paint. The floor also had peeling paint with pipes running throughout the bathroom. This is definitely not the type of bathroom I would expect in a "resort". There are two campgrounds within the Canon City that charge you for coming in early. If you come in before check-in (1 P.M.) they can charge up to $20 extra. I guess their excuse for charging is that you are using additional electricity, water, etc. We normally leave a campground before 9 A.M. Does that mean we can get a rebate since we are leaving before the departure time? If we don't use the dump can we also ask for a refund? This seems to be just another way to extract money from their customers. We have been full timing for over 6 years and have never experienced a surcharge for early check-in. I hope this does not become a trend. Even though this is a tourist area we felt that this campground was over priced. Our rate reflected a 10% discount because they gave us a price quote over the phone before they discontinued ALL discounts.

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This campground is not for everyone. If you are looking for a vacation spot or a campground that has lots of amenities or has ambiance then this is not the park for you. There are no picnic tables nor fire pits. This is basically a mobile home with some sites available to transient RVer's. The campground is safe and clean. The residents were friendly and their sites are kept very tidy. The interior road is on asphalt with lots of pot holes and large speed bumps. The pot holes are enough to make you slow down. The sites are on packed gravel. Some of electrical pedestals were shared between two sites. Some were on the correct side, others were not. All sites had FHU. The electrical voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts. Wi-Fi was available and was very usable. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The bathroom and showers were very clean and require an access code for entry. There was also (4) washers @ $2 per load and (4) dryers @ $1.50 for 45 minutes. This campground was in a good location to visit Pueblo. It was very quiet at night. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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This campground is basically designed for long term residents. They do have a number of spots available for the traveling RVer's. The entire park consists of packed gravel and dirt. The only green grass is at the park office. Most of the sites are "back-to-back. There are a few pull-thrus. All sites have FHU with 20/30/50 amp electrical service and are located in the appropriate location. The bathroom and showers were clean and usable. There was a laundry room that we did not use. WiFi was also available but the office staff mentioned it was weak and you should go the office for a better connection. Most of the residents did obey the speed limit within the park of 5 miles an hour. It was very quiet at night. The entrance to this park is a little confusing. Follow the signs to the Fort Caspar museum. Once inside the museum follow the signs to the campground. The park is located in the back of museum. The price reflects the Passport America rate that was ½ off the rack rate. $44 for this park seems very steep. Unfortunately the few parks that are in this town are getting close to this rate. Even the fairground is getting over $35 per night. The cost of campgrounds in Casper might make we think about bypassing this town. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel.