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A good place to stay in Las Cruces. Large, level, easy in pull thru sites. Friendly and helpful office staff. Clean and modern restrooms though a park this size could use a few more facilities. Easy access from freeway but without much road noise. Also easy access to sites in Las Cruces and in Mesilla. Will definitely stay here the next time in Las Cruces. Wifi worked well but park is not very full during the summer months.

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Our go to park when visiting Santa Fe. Nice. easy in pull thru sites in front of the office. Some sites behind the office are back ins. Great to watch the sun rise and set from on the ridge top. Rest rooms are the largest and cleanest of any rv park in 15 yrs of travel. Wifi can be problematic during the busy times but that seems to be the case for most parks it seems. Only ding would be no pool if you are in to that sort of thing. I'm not as I'm there to see Santa Fe and the area, not swim.

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A solid 8+ park just on the outskirts of Lubbock. Level, easy access and reasonably long pull thrus. Very wide interior roads. Number of long term residents but all was clean and orderly. Would definitely stay here again when in Lubbock.

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Stayed here 7 yrs ago when it was a KOA. Has held up well. It is not cheap but no parks near a big city like Dallas are. Site was long and level with shade. There are lots of long term residents but all is neat, orderly and quiet while we were there. We didn't use it but it had one of the nicest looking pools I have seen in any park. They do allow neighbors to use it for a fee but couldn't see that seemed to cause any issue. Restrooms are a bit dated but were very clean and well maintained. Would stay there again if visiting in the Dallas area.

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Over rated and pricey. Even though I was told it was only a year old the park is clearly designed and caters to long term residents. I had a back in which was long enough for my 31 ft fifth wheel but would have been tight on length for a 36 ft unit or longer. Site was wide enough to park truck beside it. However the long term residents take up their side space with their other gear. As a result they are parked in front of their spaces on both sides of the road. Result is a single lane between them. While restrooms are clean there are only 4 stalls for 200 plus sites. They are at the entrance so most sites will have to drive to them if you want to use them. Also only one set of dumpsters which are also up front and can only be easily accessed by driving one certain route. For a new park that bills itself as a "resort" the lack of convenient facilities is a clear miss. Yes the site is level and the park is clean but will see how it evolves as they are already allowing long term residents to build "structures" on their sites. Also don't pay extra for a lake side site as it is really on a large pond. Convenient to freeway without any road noise. Overall I will look for somewhere else the next time as I didn't feel it was worth the high cost.

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The Steinaker I stayed at was definitely not a 9 or 10 as some of the reviews say. We had site 18 which was an easy pull thru with some shade. Have to pick your site carefully as they run from full hook ups to no facilities. Some also require backing in up a somewhat steep incline while others appeared they would be hard to level. There is also a drainage dip at one part of the loop which my 30' ft 5th wheel rear hitch dragged on. Loop road is narrow with two way traffic. We met a trailer coming towards us when we were leaving. Fortunately he could pull into a site otherwise one of us would have had fun backing up. Next time while probably stay in Vernal at a private park.

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A very nice state park but aways from the nearest town of size which is Price. Easy back in sites with good water and electric. Nice views of the lake. Restrooms were clean. Good place to stay if you don't mind being out of town. Surprisingly had good Verizon 4G signal and over the air TV from Salt lLake City.

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This park is a solid 7. A bit south of town which keeps it quiet. Slow wifi but ok cable. Some sites are short which requires parking your rig at an angle to make it fit. Helpful and friendly office staff. Rest rooms were clean but somewhat dated and only 2 stalls and 2 showers in each for the entire campground. Good reasonably priced laundry facilities. Would stay there again. A bit pricey but so are all the campgrounds in Moab.

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An old KOA which new owners are trying to bring back. On the good side sites are level, long and easy to get in to. Restrooms were clean but very dated and some facilities were out of order. Not much grass. Owners are friendly. Couldn't figure out why two of the nights we were there they put up a sign saying they were full when they were no where near that. An ok stop for an overnight if passing thru but not somewhere for an extended stay.

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Good park that is worth a stop. A few miles out of town which keeps it quiet. Easy in pull thru site which easily held 31 ft 5th wheel with no leveling. Good views of the red rocks. Facilities all very clean Wifi slow during peak times but otherwise ok. No true Vweizon service so no use of data plans(AT&T seems to have the area). Only mark down was two restroom facilities had a total of 3 toilets. Given size of campground, the number of cabins and tent sites this seems too few to me. Would still be back here when possible.

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Only in town option in Page. Lots of long term but all in one area and generally kept ok. Had an easy in W/E pull thru for an overnight. Restrooms are ok. Would stay here again. Very busy on summer so reservations recommended.

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Good overnight stay with easy freeway access. Yes there is some road noise. Have easy circle in pull thrus as well as angular back is. Site was level. Unusual to find a state park with 50 amp and sewer at each site. Restroom was plain but clean. Park could use some grass and brush trimming. Good for an overnight when traveling thru. Somewhat pricey for a state park when you include the $8 online reservation fee. Would stay again if passing thru the area.

     

Casper KOA

Casper, Wyoming

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A good location but a KOA that needs some TLC, particularly to justify the high KOA rates. Lots of dead grass between the gravel sites. Some long term residents but they seem adequately maintained. Would probably stay here again because of convenient access. Did not do a good job of enforcing the dog leash rule. Unit next to ours had their dog tied on a 20 ft leash with minimal oversight. Also saw a dog running loose once.

     

Hardin KOA

Hardin, Montana

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Good park though expensive which comes with it being a KOA. Sites were level with reasonable space between them. Was surprised to find upon arrival they haul in their water. This gave me some issue because of the extra handling, concerns about maintaining chlorination, etc. Fortunately had water in my tank so used it instead. Think this should be disclosed in advance to give people the option on their water source. Still a good location to see the surrounding steps including a Little Bighorn site.

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Nice location which is very accessible to Billings. Lots of KOA activities in the camp which contributes to the high cost which was for water and electric only. Sites are level but somewhat close. Would still stay here again because of good access to the sites in the area.