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This is one of the best parks we have ever stayed in. We were only here overnight, but plan on returning and spending more time just laying back. The staff were super professional and friendly! Our sight was on the lake and we got some super sunset, sunrise photos. Even though it is a way off I-10, we recommend this resort and suggest you spend at least two nights.

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This was just an overnight stop for us. Owners and staff were friendly and helpful! There are a lot of long term guests who appear to work in the oil fields. Not a problem, everyone seems to follow the rules and keep their spaces clean. We would stay here again.

     

Benson KOA

Benson, Arizona

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Older KOA, OK for a one night stay. Owners were friendly. Didn't really use any amenities. Heavy rains made things messy.

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This is the first time we have stayed here since the Park was renovated. All we can say is WOW! With one exception they did a top notch job. That exception regards the waterfront sites. They are all back in sites, great if you are in a trailer, but not so good if you are in a Class A or C. If you are in a Class A or C and decide to drive in, you will need to have power, water, and antenna cable long enough to run from your utility closet to the power and water pedestal. We have found the staff helpful and friendly. Great views, close to all the San Diego attractions, in the middle of Navy Seal training grounds...so you get to observe some pretty nifty stuff! Cable TV and WiFi worked great--no problems whatsoever. We will definitely stay here again.

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As other reviewers have stated this is a former modular trailer park under transformation to an all RV park. That said, the park caters primarily to long term clients. Short term visitors are relegated to unshaded, very close sites. The large, shaded sites are only available to long term clients. No WiFi or cable is available to short term sites. Although the only office worker is friendly and upfront, and apologetic about the lack of amenities; I had to constantly repeat myself when responding to her questions. The park only accepts cash or checks....NO CREDIT CARDS! The office closes at 5 P.M. and is not staffed at all Saturdays and Sundays. While walking our dog, I noticed may leaky water spigots. Although it bills itself as a "Resort", the park fall far short of description! Photographs of the park contained on its website are long term sites and are not available to short term visitors. Many of the long term sites I saw were in a poor state of repair. The ONLY reason we stayed here was proximity to friends living in Scottsdale. I can't recommend this park and would not stay here again.

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Easy access to I-10, Wasn't bothered by any road noise. Staff was super friendly and check-in a breeze. We appreciated the two bottles of water given to us at check-in. It appeared that many of the guests were long term residents. However, the park and sites were well maintained and clean. I did not observe any cluttered, unkempt sites. We would stay here again.

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This was our second stay at this park. We find this park to be convenient to I-10. It offers photo ops for stunning sunrises and sunsets. The park is well maintained and the staff friendly. Being on a hill top, winds can be strong and blow sand and dirt. Given the interior roads and pad sites are crushed caliche this park could be a real mess in rainy weather! We will stay here again.

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This was a mid-week overnight stop for us. Many vacant sites. Our's was level and spacious. Park is tucked away and quiet. It is located on the Styx River and has back-in sites on the river. Owners are friendly, almost too friendly, and vigilant. They charge $5 for any extra vehicles at the site. Surveillance cameras alert them to who comes and goes and will respond to sites when a non-registered vehicle enters the park a visits a tenant. We would stay here again.

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This place is a dump, a real pit! $73 a night for power, water, & sewer. No amenities what so ever. The ONLY thing this campground has going for it is location relative to the Village of Ocracoke. The campground only accepts reservations made on-line. In fact, the only way to communicate with them is via email. They claim they do this to cut costs. That policy can cause hardship if you do not have access to email. However, the campground is managed out of the adjacent market.

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This was an over night stop for us. Staff was friendly, cable and WiFi worked well. Close to I-95, but far enough away that road traffic wasn't an issue. We would/will stay here again.

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We really enjoyed this park and more specifically our patio site. Would have liked to have stayed longer, but oh well. WiFi worked well.

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This was out 2nd trip to Cape Hatteras and our 1st stay at this KOA. Last time we stayed at a "Resort" just north of the KOA. Amenities at the KOA far exceeded those at the "Resort". Further, the grass was not overrun with sand burs. You can actually walk around in the grass barefoot and not worry about stepping on stickers. The pool at this facility is huge and has 2 slides. The campground has 2 beach access ramps with rise showers on the campground side of both accesses. We stayed at a concrete pad site and had mucho real estate. For the price paid, KOA really needs to upgrade their WiFi system! We were relatively close to a hot spot and still suffered with painstakingly slow service. One feature I really liked about this Campground were the number and different kinds of cabins available. The people next to us were having a 4-family reunion; 1 family in their RV and the other 3 in deluxe cabins. Inspired me to consider doing the same thin in a couple of years. We would/will stay here again.

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This was just an overnight stop for us. We arrived after night fall and left at first light. The "pull through" actually consisted of 2 back to back sites. A dead tree next to the site, impeded our entry forcing us to unhook our tow. We would probably stay here again.

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We drive a 37 foot class A and didn't find the drive up the hill as dicey as some of the other reviewers report. Nor did we find backing into the 2 different sites we occupied very hard to accomplish. The only problematic issue was the steady, soaking rain. The views are spectacular! This is a very busy campground with a lot of return guests. I recommend making reservations as far in advance as possible, especially if you want a premium site, or if you intend on staying there while visiting the Blue Ridge area in the Fall.

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Had a site right on the water. Even though waterfront sites only have power and water, we loved it! The staff was cordial and the grounds well maintained.