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This is an unusual park layout. For their overnighters they have 120' long paved pull throughs. If you have a trailer or fifth wheel and get there early you simply pull into the forward slot on the pad with MH's pulling in behind you. Our first stop we had to back into the space as there was a class "C" already taking up the rear slot. It was a little tight to back into the space, but I've been backing trailers for over 50 years so it wasn't too much of a problem for me. There was a late arriving fifth wheel that I watched for 15 minutes while he backed into his slot. Having said that this is a clean, friendly park making it a great one night stop. Which we did on the northbound trip to Canada and the return trip two weeks later. We would stay here again.

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This is one of the best, well maintained RV Parks we've ever stopped at. The staff was courteous. The WiFi was good. The grounds were immaculately groomed. The compacted gravel pads were level. This is the very first perfect score I've ever given to an RV Park. We plan to travel into Montana again and will make a concerted effort to stop here.

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This was a single night stopover after our trip to the Calgary Stampede. The campground had all of the amenities needed. It was clean and my wife used the shower facilities giving them an A+ rating for cleanliness. The campground is near the BNSF train yard and the onramp to I-15. If you're a light sleeper, this maybe bother you but my wife (light sleeper) only heard one train during the night. We will stop here again when in the area.

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This is an RV Park that you need to stay. It's very large but the campground has a layout where every campsite is parallel to the road making it easy to enter and exit. We stayed three nights visiting the surrounding area. Since it's a major tourist area don't expect the prices in restaurants and grocery stores to be low. It's a very beautiful area. One that you should not miss. The campground is one of the better government run campgrounds we've ever been in. When booking in this campground make sure you select Tunnel Mtn Trailer Court as it is the only tunnel mtn campground that has full hook ups.

     

Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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This KOA exceeded our expectations. The property is clean and everything functions. The WiFi was outstanding. The staff was friendly and helpful. While it is listed as a KOA Journey, it can serve as a destination with al of the off road opportunities surrounding Fillmore. We definitely will stop here again.

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5 RV's from our club stayed 5 days at the Esmeralda RV Park. We like off the beaten path destinations but finding RV Parks in remote destinations is hard. Not the case with this park. They offer a full service park for the traveler. The pads are level on solid sand footing. power was stable and water pressure was very good. The owner of the park was very accommodating. One Motor Home in our group had some conflict with the trees in his spot and the owner came out and cut the offending branches to prevent any damage. I rated this park as a 9, since there are very few 10's anywhere, however being in the remote location that it is it rates as a qualified "10". The nearby mountains offer a great backdrop to the Valley. A western movie night (Saturdays during summer months) was shown in the campground. Our experience was so positive that we all plan to return as individuals or as a group. Should you be traveling to or from Yosemite to Las Vegas, this is an excellent half way point for a one or 2 day stop.

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We've camped here many times. It previously was a beautiful, well maintained park, but with new owners taking over out of bankruptcy, from a previous group they have not brought it back to its former class. The grass was dying (they claim that they are working to repair a broken sprinkler system, we'll see), the lake water level was down. Check-in was Slooooooooow. The clerks claimed it was a new reservation system, but I think it was more that the clerks weren't trained correctly, if at all. The associated Lakeside restaurant has been refurbished and modernized. The food was edible, but the chef won't win a James Beard award. Succinctly this park was not up to previous standards.... but, the presence of lake in the middle of the desert still makes it a good place to stop. In all fairness, the new owners need to spend significant funds to elevate it back to its original shape and this will take some time.

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Our RV club spent 10 days at Distant Drums RV Park. This park exceeded my expectations in all areas. Site Cleanliness, Excellent WiFi, trash bag pickup at the site throughout the day, pleasant clerks in the office, free morning coffee, a prepared breakfast on Saturday (donation accepted) and beautiful views. Our Club had access to their club room for group dining which had a well equipped kitchen and 3 BBQ's on the patio adjacent to the club room. This RV Park/Resort is owned and operated by the local Native American tribe. They do an excellent job. We will return in the future as their are many places to visit within 30 miles of this resort, the city of Sedona being one of them.

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We stayed as an overnight waypoint both going and returning. The pull thrus were long enough not to have to unhook. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The WiFi was spotty, but that's why I bought a Verizon "Hot Spot" The staff was friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again and tel our traveling friends about the Desert Rose RV Park.

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We stayed two nights and have found the campground and campground staff has exceeded our expectations. This is a rating method that my wife and I use. Using RV Park Reviews, I always select RV parks that will meet our expectations. When those RV Parks exceed our expectations it adds to a positive experience. While it is near the I-40 freeway, the noise wasn't overbearing. Don't use this as a disqualifier. The Wi-Fi was strong. It is very close to shopping, Sam's Club, WalMart, Albertson's, Home Depot, and many RV dealers with repair facilities. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and will stay at this KOA again when in the Albuquerque area.

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We stopped here for two nights while visiting the Butte MT area. The campground is a 14 mile drive to Butte, but we liked the idea of the remoteness. The sites were very large and the utilities worked. The little store offered a wide variety of food and RV maintenance items. The grass areas in the park were browning out, but we were told that the area is suffering drought conditions, hence the browning grass. The Park check-in was very easy as the staff was professional. The Wi-Fi signal was strong, but as we've found in many RV parks lately campers are downloading internet gobbling up bandwidth. I wish there was a way to prevent this, as many of us simply want to check email. The roadways are compacted dirt and most RVers complied with the posted speed limit so dust was not a problem. We would stay here again.

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The seven rating is based on the fact that we were in the "overflow" sites with Water and Power only. This is due to the fact that I forgot to call early enough to get a larger site. These Power and Water only spaces are very narrow in this portion of the park. We couldn't put out our awning because of the pine tree 5 feet away from our trailer. The other sites were very generous in size as some very large motor homes were parked. We were a little hesitant to book here due to it being an attractive park for kids with the Yogi Bear theme and all, but we only saw about 20 kids in the park and they were mostly with their grandparents. Grandparents demand more order from kids than parents do. The Wi-Fi system allows you 2 days of use for free, then you need to pay for additional days. The Wi-Fi signal was very strong, but the internet connection was hard to stay connected to, since I think some campers were downloading internet movies tying up the bandwidth. I'm finding this more and more in RV parks. We would stay here again, but I would call earlier for reservations.

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Camping among the Red Rocks is a breathtaking experience. For a desert campground it is a 10 even though there are no sewer connections in individual campsites. Another drawback and the reason for my 8 rating is that the sites are level side to side, but not front to back. Cell service is non existent except in certain areas of the Park (That can be a good thing). You're 15 miles from a grocery store in Overton, NV. The park has many easy hiking trails. Each site has a shade shelter covering the provided table, a fire ring and charcoal grill. 50 amp service is available.

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The rate shown is the advertised rate. They give discounts for AAA and Good Sam. The park seems to be about 60% park models; however they have quite a few short term sites. The sites are level and utilities are good. They do restrict the park to 55+ and no unit older than 1990, but that's a good thing, in our opinion. The office staff was very friendly, with the check-in easy. The showers were extremely clean and modern. We'll stay there again.

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Our Henderson, NV RV Club held a 3 day rally here. While the destination is remote this RV Park is a Jewel in the desert. The campground is compacted desert sand and gravel but the community amenities are meticulously keep clean. The hot spring rooms and the clubhouse likewise is are a modern and clean respite from the harsh realities of the Mohave Desert. The owners are not just caretakers, but actively promote a community environment while you are there. Each night there is a happy hour, campfire, and other functions in the clubhouse such as Bingo or cards. There is morning coffee and a small continental breakfast. The clubhouse also has Satellite TV. Wi-Fi is very good and inexpensively priced at $1 per day. This is the best place to stay in Tecopa