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Watchman park has a very scenic location and is convenient to the Zion transportation system which helps with the logistics of navigating the beautiful but crowded park. Campsites have only electric hookups. Reserve very early and try not to get sites with a letter after the number. Our site 53C was very small, crowded and not level. Our neighbor had to roll-up their awning so we could back-in. Some sites are very spacious. The restrooms were clean - no showers.

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Park is located on the Colorado River and has an excellent beach and even a dog beach. Utilities function good and there is a cactus garden near the front entrance. A trail up a small mountain provides a scenic view of the area and river. The staff is very helpful and friendly. Stay here again: Yes!

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An OK KOA that is clean with good functioning utilities. The sites are close as with most city RV parks and there is no free site Wi-Fi. We had no problem with the sewer hookups and there was a unit next to our site. Too bad this KOA is not associated with Sam's Town Casino but just located next to it. (no coupons or discounts) If we are in the area for an overnight, we would stay here again.

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Really nice state park with clean restrooms and good functioning utilities. The campsites were spacious and fairly level. The DH ranch is a neat place with a river, horses and small lake. Its location is great for exploring the Sedona area. We will return for a longer stay.

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We had a nice level concrete pull-thru with good functioning utilities. The park is clean, gated and looks well maintained. As this is mainly a snow-bird winter park, some of the restrooms and other facilities were closed for remodeling. There were very few people in this large park. An excellent value for a short summer stay.

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Agree with all other reviews, this is an excellent park with level concrete sites, a good usable Wi-Fi, clean restrooms and laundry, fenced dog run, friendly staff and even some lemon trees. This park has a good location and is gated (secure). We stayed twice on this trip and will stay again when in the area.

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Good KOA with sites cut into a hill side giving a spacious feel to your camp site. The Wi-Fi is usable and all other utilities function good. The restroom and laundry are very clean. There is a nice dog run. Less than a hour from Yosemite this KOA is high priced but a fair value giving its location. We would stay here again.

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The good: Clean almost level sites, lots of trees and landscape and utilities that function ok. The park has nice dog runs. The bad: Sewer location at end of site, you need a very long sewer hose to connect for some sites. Wi-Fi does not function in peak hours - useless. The turns are tight and roads are narrow. Overall not a bad park but we will probably look elsewhere when in the area.

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A very nice high desert clean and quiet park with good functioning utilities and a dog park. Super bonus: The Wi-Fi works even at peak times. Management is very friendly and has good knowledge of the area. We stayed here previously and will stay again.

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Agree with previous reviews, this is a basic park and good for a reasonably priced overnight stay. The utilities function correctly.

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There are very few decent RV parks between Amarillo and Albuquerque but this KOA is very good for an overnight stop. Although the campgrounds could use some extra care, the utilities function well, the Wi-Fi is usable and restrooms are clean. The owners and staff are exceptional, super friendly and helpful. Also, this KOA provides a limited dinner and breakfast food service. We will stay here again.

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A good KOA with clean restrooms and showers. There is a nice fenced dog run. We stayed twice at this KOA on this trip and had problems with low electric power on site 23 and no problems at site 78. The Wi-Fi is usable. OK for an overnight stay.

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Very good RV park with long sites and wide roads. All sites are concrete and the roads are paved. Utilities function correctly and there is daily trash pickup. Although the park is close to I435 and Worlds of Fun this clean park is not noisy. Only one problem, the cable TV was out during our four day stay. We would stay here again.

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This was our fifth stay at Bentsen Grove because of the spacious level sites, good facilities, park amenities including an indoor pool, and lots of activities and shows. Since our last stay however, there is a big problem: The new free WiFi does not work. For an extended stay, we need WiFi and currently Bentsen Grove does not have usable WiFi. This is our home, if the WiFi is fixed, when visiting the Rio Grand Valley.

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Very good KOA with exceptionally clean bathrooms and good functioning utilities. The campground has a nice layout and feels spacious. The WiFi works good. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Also, there is a nice fenced-in dog run. Some longhorn cattle and chickens add interest. Great place to stay in the Hill Country right on US 290 but far enough away to eliminate a road noise problem. We will stay here again.