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Joplin KOA

Joplin, Missouri

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A good over-night KOA near the interstate with long level gravel sites. The noise level is minimal. Utilities function well and the restrooms are clean. A duck 'fishing' pond adds some nice atmosphere. Also, this park has a ample sized fenced dog run. Pizza delivery to your site is a plus.

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Great location and a clean, quiet, wooded setting make this park an ideal location for touring the Bourbon Trail, visiting historic Bardstown and seeing the horse country. The utilities function well although for some sites the utility box is far from the camp site. A 30A extension cord and long (extra) hoses may be required. The restrooms are reasonability clean. Also, some sites require leveling. Note: For very large rigs, the road may be a little narrow. Contrary to some reviews, we find My Old Kentucky Home a good state park and a nice place to stay. This is our second stay here and we will return when in the area.

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Charlestown is a very nice state park that has spacious, level sites including some with full hookups. All the utilities function well. The park features good hiking trails and access to the Ohio River. Its proximity to Louisville make it a great location for exploring the metropolitan area while staying in a rural setting. The staff is friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. Caution: A beatle like bug invaded our unit during our stay; may be good to spray tires and block cords and hoses.

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As other reviews indicate, this is a good RV park with a nice setting. It is close to the Interstate but the noise level is minimal. The individual bathrooms are very clean and all utilities function well including the Wi-Fi. We will stay here again when in the area.

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Really nice RV park with functioning utilities, very clean restrooms and showers and good Wi-Fi. The park also features a very large dog park. Service is friendly and informative. Its location is great for exploring the Mammoth Cave area. We would stay here again when in the area.

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Agree with other reviews, this is a nice RV park. The utilities function well and sites are fairly spacious. The Wi-Fi is erratic and does drop frequently. This was our second stay at Barnes Crossing campground. Maybe the only negative feature besides the Wi-Fi are the very small toilet stalls.

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Nice KOA with good functional utilities and large trees that provide shade. The Wi-Fi was excellent, fast and did not drop; much better than most campgrounds. Two good dog parks. This was our third stay here and we will return to this KOA.

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It is what it is. It is a gravel parking lot that has very very close sites that include full hookups. The utilities function good except Wi-Fi which is useless. Also, Stage Stop includes an overflowing dumpster, no restrooms or showers or security for a ridiculous high price of $30.00 per night. It is what it is, not much.

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A rustic campground with good shade at most sites. The utilities function satisfactorily and that includes the power, water and cable TV. The restrooms and showers are fairly clean. Most sites are fairly level but some sites are a little close. The campground has a waterfront location and offers a fishing pier, boat rentals and guide service. The really only bad feature is the Wi-Fi which is erratic and almost useless. This was our second stay at Cooper Creek.

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This was our sixth stay at Bentsen Grove because of the spacious level sites, good facilities, park amenities including an indoor pool, and lots of activities and shows. Although some of the facilities are showing their age, the parks is clean and neat. The Wi-Fi problem is solved by installing a modem system (odd by it works satisfactorily). We will stay again.

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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.