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We stayed here before the official opening thus no restaurant or pool, but discounted price. Yippee! What a large beautiful grassy, shady campground with a drop dead view of the monument! Friendly staff, well maintained, all utilities worked great, and easy maneuvering into long level sites. What more could you want? Book it!

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We stayed before their official opening as an overnight in route. There were a couple other campers but pretty much empty so quiet and tons of room. This place has LOTS of stuff for kids to do and grown ups to sit in grassy shade. I imagine it is full everyight during the summer months.

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We stayed here 3 nights while visiting the area sights. This campground has two distinct areas. The upper sights near the road all have grass and medium size trees. The lower area is a gravel parking lot with a cement sidewalk on the edge of each narrow back to back site. The top was full when we were there so stayed in the bottom. We were gone all day and it was too cold and windy at night to sit out. IF the weather had been nicer the bottom section would be like sitting in a parking lot of an RV dealer. Of course a parking lot with a pretty view of the nearby mountains. We had to park our Jeep perpendicular to our 45' motorhomes to fit in our pull through site.

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We were there early in the season when only a 1/2 dozen other campers were there. As a result we had lots of space, it was super quiet, and the wifi was fast. We stayed here to visit, Dinosaur NM, Flaming Gorge, and hike to the dinosaur tracks and also the petroglyphs. Plenty of room for big rigs to maneuver, and pull thru 50 amp sights plenty long too. Really nice people run this campground.

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Great campground with friendly and helpful staff. Large level pull throughs with grass between sites. Utilities worked great including strong wifi. We stayed a couple nights to see local museums and also bike ride in Steamboat Springs which is 45 minutes away.

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Rate does not include daily entrance fee as we have a CO yearly pass. This is another super CO state park. Other states should model their SP system after CO. Huge level site with covered picnic table, fire ring and wonderful lake views. The whole campground is big rig friendly. No WiFi and spotty Verizon cell service, but we found you could get a signal at the golf course a few miles down hill. The 6-7 miles once you turn off CO 13 and to camping loop are narrow and winding, but doable and worth the effort.

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We stayed in Wakara back-in site 3 for three nights. Large, level, quiet and beautiful views of the lake and surrounding mountains. We are 63' and could have fit in most sites in this campground. Only cons were low water pressure, and no wifi. Such a peaceful retreat.

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This is the best option in an area of few options. We used it as a stop over and it was fine. Not a destination campground.

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If you are a self contained big rig then this is the deal of the century. True, it is a gravel parking lot, but it is centrally located for all DV sights. We were there mid week early April (shortly before it closes for the season) and maybe 30 of the 270 sights were occupied. Views of the surrounding mountains were awesome. No shade, no grass, no picnic tables, no fire pits. Generator hours 7am - 9 pm are enforced.

     

Ely KOA

Ely, Nevada

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This is a super clean campground with long level sites and beautiful views of the mountains and valley. We had planned this as a one night stop over but due to snow coming in we ended up staying four nights to explore the area and are glad we did. Great Basin is about an hour drive and a must do. The RR Museum is another must do as are the Charcoal Kilns if you have time. We also enjoyed hiking in the area and the access to great grocery stores and a huge Ace Hardwear. Easy access for big rigs - we are 63' and had no problems. Water has heat so no problem in cold weather.

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CO state parks are awesome, and this is no exception. Very convenient for visiting Denver sights. CC has a 120 acre off leash dog park as well as over a hundred miles of hiking/biking trails. Cherry Creek Trail connects to other regional bike trails making the whole region accessible by bike. Sights are spacious, level and uber clean. Price stated doesn't include $9 daily park fee. Make reservations far in advance for summers and weekends.

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Overnight stop. Clean, safe, level, easy to get to and maneuver around in, utilities and wifi worked great. They have a small fenced dog park, AND 2-3 acres at the back of the property to let your dog run! Very friendly host. What's not to like? We camped here in a 45' motor home towing a Jeep and did not have to unhook.

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We camped here in a 45' motor home towing a Jeep. The interior roads are narrow, but there are no trees along the road, so doable. Because this is an older campground there are not a lot of sights for our size rig, thus I would suggest making a reservation as opposed to just showing up if you are long. The campground setting is beautiful rolling hills. There is tons to do in the campground park which is huge and is very convenient to all the Independence and KC attractions.

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They have recently doubled the size of this park to 113 spaces and paved the interior roads while laying sod everywhere else. We arrived in a downpour and were glad we had chosen this park over one that was gravel and dirt. The laundry (2 machines each), bath/showers, and outside patio on the pond, all appear to be new. The couple running the park from the golf pro shop are super nice. This is a clean, safe, quiet park. If you are a golfer it would be even better. If you are looking for a pool, and or playground, this is not the place. If passing this way again we would stay here for sure.

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Rate reflects monthly discount. This is just a super RV resort. From the friendly management, to the spotless facilities, to the impeccably maintained sites, to the safe quiet surroundings, what's not to like about this place? And, to top it off, the dog runs, there are two, are huge!