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Hacienda is a top end RV Resort with paved streets, flat sites, and excellent facilities. Its location near I-10 makes it easy to get to and leave. We have stayed here before. It is near La Masilla with good restaurants. Easy to set up satellite television.

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Easy to find in Page. Gravel roads and sites. Excellent power, water, and sewer. WiFi was good. We left our RV here while we floated the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon for a week. It worked our very well for our plans. We would stay here again.

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This Good Sam park is a combination of park model homes, trailers and 5th wheels with insulation around the underside, older and smaller trailers, and other assorted living quarters. That being said, we got in with our reservation, grounds are mostly gravel with trees, wifi is be best we have seen anywhere, power is good. I would use it as an overnight only and would plan to miss it in the future.

     

Moab KOA

Moab, Utah

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This is our 5th trip to Moab and 3rd time to stay at this KOA. The staff is excellent and the grounds are kept clean and neat. We were in site 133 that was easy to get set up in and had ample parking for our tow vehicle. Everything: water, electric, sewer worked very well. We did not use the wifi, because we use our hot spot via Verizon.

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We have stayed at Fort Stockton RV Park for several years. The park has continued to upgrade and maintain their facilities each year. This year it is be best we have seen. There were 2 staff members in the office for check in. Very helpful staff. Yes, the ground are in the desert with a few trees, little grass, and gravel parking spots. All in good shape. The onsite café is very nice--the chicken fried steak is great and filling. WiFi is excellent. Cable TV works well. Easy access from I-10 going east or west. We will stay again upon our return trip home.

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We used this park as a one night stop as we crossed Nebraska. It is a very convenient place for a one nigh stop--easy access, services nearby and best of all the Great Platte River Archway is just down the road. Don't miss this outstanding museum that describes the westward migration across Nebraska by people going to California, Oregon, and Utah in the 1840s to 1880s. The park has the best concrete pads we have seen--level -- but the rest of the park is gravel. Still OK for a short stay. We would definitely use it again.

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This park in on the shoreline of Lake Superior with a cool lake breeze most of the time especially in Sept when we visited. The park is clean but only offers limited RV supplies in the office. Dumpsters are available. Lots of grass and some trees. DISH sat set up worked our site. Munising is a small town that is great for visiting Pictured Rocks Nat. Lakeshore. We would return.

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This a KOA that is located in the country about 18 miles from Des Moines but is also only about 18 miles from Winterset, IA where the covered bridges and John Wayne's Birthplace is located. The park was only about 1/4 full in late September but the staff was very helpful and kept the park clean. The only issue was our pad site was on an incline from back to front and it meant the rear of the RV was high and we had to lower the front down as far as it would go. We did OK but I think other sites may have had less incline. We had pizza and wings from the park one evening and they were delivered hot and tasty. It is very quiet and the night sky is great. Satellite setup was easy. We would stay here again.

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We stayed in this RV park with 3 other RVers that we were traveling with. The staff was very helpful and guided us to our location. The park is very clean and the staff even delivers firewood. My wife used the washers/dryers and said they were nice. The location is convenient to Iron Mountain as well as other towns in that part of Michigan. The hookups to E/W/S required longer hoses and electrical wiring but we carry enough that we did not need to borrow any from the park--it was offered for the sewer hook up. We would definitely stay here again.

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This park is one of very few parks that I have given a 10 rating. This is a large park with large, open parking for large RVs as well as cabins, tent sites, and other sites for smaller RVs. Excellent wifi, power,water, fire rings, sewer connections. Beautiful trees and well kept grounds and roads. The owners were very helpful and wanted you to have a good experience at the park. Lots of seasonal campers but there is room for the RVers who are just passing thru.

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Best park in the area for a view of Lake Michigan and the Mackinac Bridge. The arrangement of power, water and sewer on the sites that overlook the lake are "interesting" and they work. The buses drive straight in so the front of the bus faces the lake. The 5th wheels and other trailers back in so the back window faces the lake. This means the RV electrical, water and sewer maybe facing each other. This solved with multiple sewer hookups as well as dual water connections. The sites were close but it did not distract from the view.

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We needed a half way point between Duluth and St. Ignace, and this park fit the bill. It is a well run park on the shore of Lake Michigamme. They have boat rentals and a nice beach. Wifi is very good. Yes, there is a railroad thru the park but it has very low usage. Nice back-in spot with 50 Amp service.

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Easy access even though it is 13 miles south of Duluth. The drive to Duluth and the North Shore is easy. Nice, well kept park. Staff is very knowledgeable about the area and we got great tips. WiFi was some of the best we have experienced.

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Nice park with lots of shade trees. We only stopped for an overnight and it was easy to get to and fuel was available a few miles away. Follow the Campground instructions for getting there.

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We have stayed at Coffee Creek before and on this visit we had trouble with the 50 Amp service. I had 50Amp service problems before and thought it was the breaker in my 5th wheel. On this visit the breaker in the park box would break when I used my second AC. When I got to the next RV Park in Oklahoma City, I had no issues with running both ACs. Conclusion, Coffee Creek has issues with their 50 Amp service--we were in #12. In Texas in July and August--50 Amp service must work or you will be HOT. We will stay elsewhere in the future.