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Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Las Vegas KOA at Sam's Town, Las Vegas, Nevada

Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $28.00
Overall Rating:

As stated in previous reviews, it's a parking lot, but it's a nice, clean parking lot and surprisingly quiet considering its location. Spaces are a bit on the cozy side with back to back hookups of which I am not too fond. However, the sites were level and all utilities worked very well. Sewer port is like nothing I've ever seen. No positive hookup. Your discharge hose and that of your neighbor lie side by side in a bracket and empty in a sump arrangement which in turn is covered by a slide down panel. Unfortunately when closed the panel doesn't make anything remotely like a seal around the two hoses. Be sure to wedge some rags or plastic bags between and around the hoses. This helped immensely in containing the rather pungent odor which escapes from the sump. Wi-Fi was pay as you go which I think is a cheap shot nowadays. For the most part it's a good place to stay in Las Vegas. Best place we've found so far. We'll stay here again. We camped at Las Vegas KOA at Sam's Town in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Cedar Breaks RV (formerly Country Aire RV Park), Cedar City, Utah

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $36.00
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Nice park for an overnight. Older facility is very clean and well kept. Management very friendly and helpful. All utilities worked well. Wi-Fi signal strong. Verizon 3G strong in area. Gravel site was reasonably level with some maneuvering. Entrance turn can be tricky. Speed bumps are brutal. We will stay here again. We camped at Cedar Breaks RV (formerly Country Aire RV Park) in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Phillips RV Park, Evanston, Wyoming

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $26.00
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Easy access to nearby I-80. The grounds are very well kept. Sites are gravel or grass and fairly level. Many have adjacent grassy areas. Utilities all worked well. As stated in previous reviews, water pressure is extremely high. If you don't have a regulator, better get one. They have them for sale in the office. Wi-Fi signal is very good. Verizon 3G also strong in the area. Now for the negatives: (1) Road and railroad noise are excessive. (2) I would go one further from the previous post and say the owner is downright grouchy. I can live with road noise in an overnight setting, but having been in the customer service business all my life, I can say with confidence that there is no excuse for that kind of behavior. Leave the attitude at home! We camped at Phillips RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Rock Springs / Green River KOA, Rock Springs, Wyoming

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $35.00
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We've stayed here before on our way up to Grand Teton National Park. Although not an overly attractive campground, it is an OK place to overnight. Gravel sites are large and level. All utilities worked well. New management very friendly and helpful. We camped at Rock Springs / Green River KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

AB Camping & RV Park, Cheyenne, Wyoming

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $34.00
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We've stayed here before and will again on our way to Grand Teton National Park. Our gravel site was large and level. Electric was strong and steady. Water pressure a little low but OK. WiFi worked well as did cable TV. Verizon signal strong. Small amount of road noise from adjacent highway, train noise noticeable but not bothersome. Staff was friendly as they could be. On site, pit cooked Bar-B-Que is to die for. We camped at AB Camping & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Trinidad Lake State Park, Trinidad, Colorado

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $20.00
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We've enjoyed our stay here. It's a beautiful setting up on the hillside overlooking Trinidad Lake. Not at all crowded this time of year. Our gravel site is level and large enough for our 25' Airstream. There are plenty of larger sites available. Our site is electric only. Power is strong and steady. Verizon service is a little sketchy out here, but no problem with a booster. Also no worries setting up a satellite dish. The horizon is wide open. Nice hiking trails and scenic overlooks abound. Pricing is a little steep. The $20 is base rate/day for the electric only site we're in. Add to that a $10 registration fee and an additional $7/day park parking pass and it quickly adds up. I am not complaining, however. If we intend to keep these parks open, I believe that we, the end users, should bear the burden of cost. We will stay here again. We camped at Trinidad Lake State Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Clayton RV Park (formerly Clayton KOA), Clayton, New Mexico

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $29.00
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This is an older park in a small town. The grounds are neat and clean. Gravel sites are large and level. All utilities work well. Sewer ports which are the older cast iron type are a little awkward to attach to as they are on their sides. If the occasional sound of a train passing in the night bothers you, you might wish to try somewhere else. Good luck! There isn't a lot around here. We camped at Clayton RV Park (formerly Clayton KOA) in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

El Reno West KOA, El Reno, Oklahoma

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $35.00
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This was our second stay here. This is a nice little campground with easy access to I-40 and well removed from the urban sprawl of Oklahoma City. I'll agree with one of the other revues that most of the transient sites are fairly narrow. We, however, lucked up this time and got a nice wide one and more than long enough. Management is very friendly. All utilities worked well with the exception of the cable TV which was very grainy. Traffic noise is virtually unnoticeable. There's a big Shawnee Trading Post at the top of the hill along with a filling station. All in all, a good place to overnight, albeit a little pricey. If you're traveling through Oklahoma City, SLOW DOWN! The road surfaces through town are atrocious. We camped at El Reno West KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Morrilton RV Park, Morrilton, Arkansas

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $26.00
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Not the best. We ended up here because I-40 was shut down due to flooding. On the plus side: Management was friendly enough and checked us in with a smile. Utilities all worked well. From there, however, things went down hill (literally). Gravel site was far from level. Actually had to disconnect truck from trailer in order to raise the tongue jack high enough. Traffic noise was unbelievable. Might as well have pulled over on the side of the road. OK for an overnight, I suppose, but bring ear plugs. We do not plan on returning. We camped at Morrilton RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Nashville East / Lebanon KOA, Lebanon, Tennessee

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $30.00
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This was our second stay here. We very much enjoy staying here. Beautiful property with big grass fields and a small pond. Nice shade trees. Great dog walking! Site was level gravel. Water and electric worked well. Sewer port clean and accessible. WiFi worked very well, even on my smart phone. Verizon and AT&T signals also strong. No cable TV, but all broadcast networks came in clearly from nearby Nashville. Traffic noise from I-40 is noticeable but not excessive in our opinion. Staff is very friendly. Upon our arrival we were given a couple of chocolate mints along with an apology that unfortunately they would not be able to turn down our sheets. Also our dog received a treat. Huge hit with both wife and dog. We'll be back. We camped at Nashville East / Lebanon KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Forsyth KOA, Forsyth, Georgia

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $31.00
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First time staying here. Not at all a bad spot for an overnight. Grounds were wooded and well kept. Interior roads were a little rough, but otherwise OK. Our pull-through, gravel site was large and level. Water pressure was great. Sewer port clean and accessible. Electric strong and stable. Cable TV (for $2/night) was pretty grainy, but at least they had Fox News in the lineup. Too many trees for good satellite reception without a portable dish and a lot of coax. We didn't use the WiFi as they wanted a fee after 30 minutes. Verizon 3G signal was good and strong. Camp staff were very friendly and helpful. Chocolate chip cookies were excellent. Pizza and wings were pretty good too. Although the road noise from nearby I-75 was a bit loud, all and all a nice place to stay. We will return in the future. We camped at Forsyth KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Ichetucknee Springs Campgroound, Fort White, Florida

Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $24.00
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The campground staff was as nice as they could be. The campground overall however, was very shabby and rundown. My electric and water worked, however the cover on the power pedestal (wooden 4x4) was missing and the face plate was pulled away from the box. Kind of scary especially since it was pouring down rain when we arrived. Our site was reasonably level, but looking around I noted that we seemed to be the exception. Before we left, I walked up to the office (closed up tight during the off season) to have a look at the dump station. Glad I did, as it looked to be nearly inaccessible even for my 25' Airstream. I elected to haul my waste home rather than attempt it. This campground is probably full during the summer months, catering to the hordes of people wanting to go tubing on the nearby Ichetucknee River. There is a hand lettered sign at the entrance road saying, "For Sale by Owner." Perhaps that's why the property has been allowed to deteriorate to such a degree. Too bad. It's a beautiful setting and a great location. In any case, I doubt we'll be back. We camped at Ichetucknee Springs Campgroound in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Small Country Campground, Louisa, Virginia

Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $23.00
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This a great campground. Second time we've stayed here, first time in the winter. We normally don't make a habit of traveling north in the winter, but made an exception this year to be with family over the holidays. It is advisable that you bring a heated or well insulated water hose with enough heat tape or insulation to take care of the campground stand pipe as well. Otherwise all utilities worked very well. WI-FI signal very strong. As mentioned in other posts, with the exception of a few sites in the clear, satellite reception is nearly impossible in wooded sites. Direct TV hookup is available. Hosts were very gracious and accommodating as usual. We will definitely stay here again. Nightly rate reflects weekly rate prorated. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Bass Lake RV Campground, Dillon, South Carolina

Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $15.00
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Very nice little campground. Proprietor was very polite and accommodating. Dirt/gravel site was large and level. All utilities worked well. WI-FI a little spotty, but since we have an Airstream and RF doesn't like passing through aluminum all that much, it's difficult to judge. Traffic noise on nearby I-95 was barely noticeable. We will stay here again. Nightly rate reflects Passport America discount. We camped at Bass Lake RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 131
States Visited: 38
Helpful Reviews: 8

Cajun RV Park, Biloxi, Mississippi

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $39.00
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The proprietors are some of the nicest people we've met in our travels. The park is very clean and tidy. Spaces are large and reasonably level. All utilities work well. Cable TV was a little fuzzy on the lower channels. Beach is nice but NO DOGS ALLOWED. It's a shame, but not the park's fault. If ever we're back through Biloxi, we'll surely stay here. We camped at Cajun RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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