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This is a well-run county park. Sites are spacious, especially the ones that back up to Trabuco Creek. We will definitely be returning to this campground. Great biking and hiking trails, too.

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Delightful experience: right next door to Bryce Canyon NP with shuttle service to the National Park at the front of the campground. A great mountain experience. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. Walking to everything and available on site. We stayed here 4 nights. Only negative was the very poor internet service.

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Campground located in downtown Salt Lake close to airport. Lots of city noise from traffic and airport. Lots of long term tenants. Very poor internet service. However, friendly staff and very service-oriented. Gave us several handouts showing where everything was located, right down to the nearest COSTCO and Home Depot. Would consider staying here again for passing through town.

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We stayed here because it was the only RV park in this town. Had a pull-through site for one night and had to pay $5 extra for one night of internet access. This park has no restroom, showers or pool. No trees, no shade and the place looks very shabby. The neighbor next to us said he stayed here in the early 80's and the place hasn't changed. Fortunately, we were between two nice looking motorhomes so we felt safe.

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One of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Looks to be very new with the best of everything. Great spaces, great interior roads, large staff to service every need. Best check in area we've seen. Great location. Walk to shopping district. Four blocks from Yellowstone park entrance. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. Only negative was very poor internet service.

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Very neglected campground but staff was nice. Had to pay extra for internet and access was terrible. Not enough restrooms for a park this size. Interior roads terribly gutted. Units close together. However, great location to shopping in Jackson. Great views of mountains. Close to Grand Teton NP. Having rated this park rather low, we would consider staying here again due to the location.

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Great overnight, pull-through spot. We just completed a three week trip and this campground had the best internet access of any campground we occupied.

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This is a KOA campground. Although the campground has a Laughlin address, it is at least 10-15 miles from Laughlin. It is in the middle of nowhere on an Indian reservation. All spaces gravel with no shade. We had a pull through site. We would not stay here again as it is too far from the Laughlin casino area. I rated it a 5 due to the location and nowhere was this isolated location described on their website. Very misleading.

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We stayed overnight in one of the pull through spaces reserved for overnighters (#6). Friendly staff, very clean campground. Caters to snowbirds, but as overnighters we were welcomed.

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Park is extremely clean and well managed. All sites come with a very wide and long concrete pad and grass. Park is young but our site was shaded with two large trees. Excellent security provided by tribe. Park was well lit at night. We walked back and forth to casino at night and felt very safe. We would stay here again, although the lure of the casino was a bit too much for us (me)!

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This is a wonderfully well-run park. Very little sun, in the middle of a redwood forest. We were in site #93 - a huge site. It did back up to the 101 but in northern California that doesn't amount to much. We stayed 3 nights and would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Although we only stayed one night as this was not our destination, this was an extremely clean and well-run park. Our first experience with a KOA and we were very pleased. Many activities for children. Staff courteous and friendly. We stayed in #22.

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There are 3 reasons why we would stay here again: 1-proximity to I-5 (1-1/2 miles), 2-free vehicle wash area (!!!), and 3-very reasonably priced with full hook-ups. I would not stay more than one night as it is a pretty bare bones type of campground in the middle of nowhere. Campground is under new management. Staff courteous. We stayed in #72.