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Easy access, barely any highway noise, 50 amp reliable, BIG pull-through sites, permanents nice and neat. Will clearly stay here again.

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Long uphill entry. Once in and past office the road is an absolute dust bowl. Sites are long and there is a lot of room between sites. However, the actual parking area is extremely narrow and not level side to side. Put pads down and jacks pushed them into the gravel/dirt, almost had wheels off ground, now sitting un-level. Wi-Fi seems good, cable a lot of channels but fuzzy. Not certain if we would stay again.

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Very poor access to office area but the CG is quite easy. Long, long pull-throughs. Good power and water. Roads fine. Some noise during day from scrap yard. Web site easy to use. Caution - I can't seem to get any antenna TV channels. TV world suggests there are no channels in the area. Real caution - regardless of Google, get off I-71 at MM 44 (NOT 43). The latter takes you on extremely narrow, drop off roads. But we would clearly stay here again.

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Great place. Had a lake site, nice view, 9-hole par 3 course, lots of hills. Some of the back-in sites on the hills may have a problem with dragging the back of the coach. All roads to the resort are twisty and narrow but it's the Ozarks. The last county road is a bit of a disaster but its only a mile long. Quiet, relaxing. Clearly would return.

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Easy access, had one of the 5 front pull-throughs, long, a tad narrow. Water pressure reasonable (after I removed the CG gauge), nicely treed, easy satellite, roads great shape. Clearly come back if in the area.

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I assume the facilities are good. What isn't good is the actual sites. They are extremely narrow and short; at 43' I don't fit. Had to park the toad in a visitor area. And there are so many long term - permanents or workers - with two and three vehicles per site it makes it almost impossible to maneuver. I had to back out of my pull-through site. Would never return.

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Tough one - 8.5 to 9.0. Sites are real long, access easy, really wide spaces, some trees. Great Wi-Fi. No cable and no pool, but so what. Clearly stay again.

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Wide roads, wide/long pull-through sites. Grass, trees, easy access, close to I-84. When the temp was 101 and trying to run 3 ACs while everyone else is running their ACs with only 111 on line 1 and 112 on line 2 is a problem. Power is weak for these hot days. Have to balance activities - not accustomed to doing so.

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Nice resort, well done, have an ocean view - great. Assume all amenities are clean, etc. Negatives: 50amp breaker did not work. For this size and cost, one would assume a maintenance worker on site to repair or at least an on-call electrician. No, I had to call the electric company and they won't be here for 24 to 48 hours. Bizarre. But the worst thing, that did not impact us, is if you reserve an ocean view and the owner decides he wants to come up for a stay, you have to move. Not good. But yes, we would certainly return.

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$50 and worth every penny. We're in a super site, all paved, 90' long, 40+wide, high end patio furniture, good exercise room/equipment, wide pave roads. Even the sprinkler system is designed to keep the water on the lawn and not the site/coach/toad. Probably the best designed CG we've ever stayed at.

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Weekly rate. Clearly a resort. Wide, paved roads, great water pressure, Wi-Fi. We had a premium site - long and wide, grass between paved. Facilities great. One clown complained and said ANY state park would be better. Have no idea what he/she was thinking. I RARELY rate anyplace a 10 but this deserves it. Clearly, we will return.

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If rated as a resort - 6. Rated as a CG - 9. Wide gravel roads, plenty of space between sites, cable good, wifi reasonable, pressure 40 - 50. Well maintained. What looks like new bathrooms. If in the large class A pull-thru's the highway noise will be noticeable but not bad. Lot of construction workers but quiet. There are a couple of raggedy permanent resident sites that could be cleaned up. Clearly would stay again.

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In the resort section - nice concrete pads, big, some shade (trees still young). Would have been a 9 if they had not advertised as a "resort". Bunch of off-road rigs (I know, this is Utah) all over, though not riding. The area with the smaller gravel sites were looking much like a state park on a weekend. Don't find that in a resort. But I would still stay here again.

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Probably the best KOA we've stayed at. We don't usually select KOA as a destination. Long pull through, quiet, and no road noise to speak of. Have stayed before and will stay again.

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"not what I expect from a KOA"????? is an interesting prior comment but I personally found this KOA way above most I have stayed at. I have 43' coach, I'm in a long site with toad still attached, have great satellite that augments their many stationed cable. Easy in/out. And - they make great stuffed cabbage and cheese Pierogi.