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Office and store are very nice but we drove through a residential area to access the park and the RV sites are old and dirt. You must drive over a curb to get into the site. Part of the sites are side-by-side but the lawn area between sites is fair. Hookups are fine. Restrooms are very old by clean. Patio was concrete but broken with 3 real trip hazards. Grass was very brown.

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A retro KOA park. I would have known it was a KOA by going into the restrooms. Old but spotlessly clean. Sites were muddy because of recent rain. Need gravel. Hookups had recently been upgraded and were very good. Side-by-side sites. They did a good job of separating units but sites were very narrow and if they were full, we would have had someone within 10-15 ft of our front door.

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We stayed in a pull-through which was level and had strong 50-amp electric and good water pressure. The restrooms are very clean. This is the only place I have seen flowers and kleenex in a state park restroom. This park would be a least a 9, maybe close to a 10 if it had full hookups. It is a convenient stop off I-40 and a good place to relax. We have been here before. We stayed 5 nights.

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This is a friendly, convenient park on the route between Colorado and Arizona. The staff is friendly the sites are level with good solid hook-ups. Sites are side-by-side and very close together. Park could use some sprucing up. Picnic tables are really in need of painting. Wifi was slow in the evenings.

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We had a good 50 amp site with solid electric, the park was easy to access and our site was level. Staff was very friendly and check-in was easy. The negatives were low water pressure, wifi that we couldn't access, weak Verizon data and weak Verizon cell signals.

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This is a very quiet park with strong electric, good water, weak wifi. We had a pretty good Verizon cell and data signal. There are many long-term rigs and all are very quiet and most very neat sites. We were in one of the 50-amp deluxe sites. Although it had a concrete pad, it was very unlevel, front to back and side to side. Two tires were off the ground after using our auto leveling. Yard was mostly weeds. Staff was helpful. We would stay here again if we are visiting Fort Collins.

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We love this campground with 50 amp full hookups. The site was level and very spacious. No shade except under canopy over picnic table. We came in right after the previous campers and the campground hosts were right there, cleaning it. It was very hot while we were there and we didn't have a boat, as many of the other campers did. Last time we were here, we came in early October and the temperatures were more moderate.

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This is a very nice KOA. Our site was very good, but a little narrow. Hookups worked fine. The wifi was free, but so slow we didn't use it. We had a fair Verizon cell and broadband signal. There was a mixture of RV, tent and Kamper cabin sites, some long-term residents. All sites and campers were neat and clean.

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There are many sites long enough for big rigs and some sites are open for using Dish TV antenna. Check-in went smoothly. Wifi is so slow we didn't use it. We had fair Verizon cell and broadband signals.

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A well-cared for, attractive RV park with lots of trees and green lawns. The restrooms were immaculate, the staff friendly, the wifi worked well. The shade was nice but made it impossible to use our DISH TV antenna--this is really our only problem with the park. Good Verizon signal. The roads and trees are tight for long, high RVs, but we were able to navigate it slowly. Our trailer is 13'9" tall.

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Ugly park with dirt roads and sites, most of the grass is dead. There are GOAT HEADS everywhere you walk. Dog leash law not enforced. The water, sewer, electric worked fine, wifi strong, Verizon data and cell signal very strong. Good satellite TV access. Expensive for a dirt site.

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I don't think I have ever rated a park 10 before. We spent 2 weeks here in their absolutely best site, #10, with a large green lawn and lots of shade. Not all sites are this nice. The grounds are immaculate, the wifi fairly dependable and the location good for exploring the southeastern corner of Utah. We visited Canyonlands, Natural Bridges, Monument Valley and House on Fire Ruins. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park has 42 sites and never more than 13 were occupied while we were there. They are side-by-side hookups. Since the place was not full, no one had to share a front yard except people who came in with another RV. If you don't get a site with grass, you might not rate the park as a 10. It is quiet. Even though we were on the upper level, there was almost no traffic noise. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.

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This is the best KOA we have ever stayed in and the best RV park in Cortez. We had a large site with a great view of the mountains. The electric was strong as was the wifi most of the time. We also had good Verizon cell and data signals. The staff was friendly and helpful. Our only complaint was the many smoky fires.

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We planned to stay for a week, but we were unable to get a reliable dish signal signal. We were told we could get it if the dish was movable, but we would have had to put in almost in the road to possible get a signal. We had a back-in site which was difficult to get into because of vehicles parked on the road and in front of neighboring sites. Staff very nice, office had great tourist info. Wifi strong. Good Verizon signal. Most of the sites are long-term people working in the area. That was not a problem. Just the lack of good TV signal. Cable worked fine, but we like our Dish TV. Less than half the sites are pull-through. Site was so narrow, we had to move the table to open our slide and we could hardly walk around the RV on either site. Rate is the daily rate. Weekly rate would have been $29 a night.

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Rate is the weekly rate. Daily with Good Sam is $43. We loved this RV park. Many sites have grass, some are gravel. The sites are arranged in a haphazard way, but we had plenty of room. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and there are ponds and the Pine River flows through the park. Catch and release fishing is allowed. The wifi is good most of the time. We had good Verizon cell and data. Electric was strong and good. A delightful surprise in Bayfield. Durango and Pagosa Springs are both close enough to be easy to visit. Good Dish signal in our site, some sites it would be difficult of impossible.