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If you like to camp under high-canopied trees in a well-maintained RV park, this is the place for you. Although some interior roads are on the narrow side, we navigated in a 40 foot motorhome without problem. Very friendly staff made us feel welcome. Park is close enough to Wisconsin Dells to make a day trip, but far enough away to avoid crowds. Montello is a very enjoyable, small town: so no need to drive to the Dells!

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70 foot pull through sites! No grass for dogs, but plenty of sand/gravel areas. Dinner prepared on-site and delivered is a great idea for those without toads. Quiet park run by very friendly and helpful staff.

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This is a great RV park! They are planting numerous trees and bushes, so the place will look even better next year. Very friendly management. We never pass up the opportunity to stay here.

     

Raton KOA

Raton, New Mexico

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The hosts were very friendly and helpful. The park is an older park but has taken out every other site so that there is plenty of room between sites. We had a wonderful experience here and would recommend.

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This campground is an older park so it is almost totally shaded by very tall native cottonwood trees. It is big rig friendly in that the trees are pruned up, but the spaces were apparently designed before RV's had slide-outs so that you may be able to hear your neighbor cough if you are in "adjoining" slide-outs!

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This is an excellent park for new RV'ers because the roads and spaces are wide with the majority of spaces being pull-throughs. Have never seen nicer, cleaner restrooms and showers. The laundry rooms have wonderful Maytag machines that are kept clean. The people are friendly and helpful. The park is located far enough from the interstate that there is no possibility of road noise but still has easy access. I would recommend this park highly.