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All sites are gravel, close to each other and no patios. There is partial shade at many sites. Most of the sites are reasonably level but that depends on the area in which one is parked. The massive restrooms seemed clean. The negative is that the Park is about 75 yards off the interstate so if one wishes to sleep with the windows open, one may have a challenge having a quiet, peaceful, night. Nonetheless, I would stay here again for an overnight.

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This Park is located approximately 4 or 5 miles off the Interstate in a very busy & growing area. With no fault of the staff, we camped there after much rain so the gravel streets and gravel sites were very muddy. Nonetheless, our site was level and didn't have any trees on it enabling us to access our satellite services. This would not be our preferred location for a future visit but would probably return if necessary.

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The washboard gravel frontage road of almost a mile in length leading to the Park is horrible. The owner/managers are friendly. When they learned I had a stationary satellite receiver on top of my coach, they tried to ensure I was parked in a site where I could get coverage. However, contrary to their assurances, I could not depart from my site without unhooking the tow vehicle. If one has a "big rig" do not take Site 48! Staff failed to give me the restroom access code when I checked in so I was unable to use it the next morning. I would return only if the frontage road is finally paved!

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This is a great "destination park" when one wishes to visit Yellowstone National Park. The nightly price reflects a premium site. All streets are paved and sites/patios are cement. Wi-Fi was available and we had a strong signal. Staff are extremely friendly and professional. We have stayed here a number of times and will definitely return.

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This is the original KOA. Our price reflects parking in their premium (sites 1-6) section. Restrooms are "private" and each one is as nice as one would have in their home. If one has a stationary satellite dish, it may be difficult to get a signal. However, the Park's cable has a full array of channels. We have stayed here previously and would return when we are again in the area.

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Elk Ridge is a very nice RV Park. Staff are friendly and professional. All sites & patios are cement and streets are all paved. Pull thru sites are very long & level with adequate space between sites. The restrooms are private (each includes a shower, commode and sink) and clean. If I were to make a suggestion for management, the cement slabs could have been a couple feet wider allowing the ability to walk around the coach without having to walk on the grass. We'll definitely plan to stop here again in the future.

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Price reflects mid-week rates. Prices are higher on weekends. All interior streets, sites and patios are asphalt. During hot days, it would be suggested to use blocks under your jacks. Park is kept very clean. Shuttle buses to the casino run continuously. Wi-Fi was decent. Most trees are small enough not to interfere with satellite reception. The large bathhouse in middle of Park was very clean.

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The previous reviews accurately describe the Park. All streets and pads are gravel. Some sites have grass, but most are gravel. Most of the sites are on a slight grade, some excessive for a Class A coach. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. But, the city is over-running the property and it appears 2016 will be the final year it will be open.

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All recent remarks are accurate. We checked in when office was closed so can't comment on staff. Very narrow sites - one must almost run onto patio to miss pedestals. All gravel interior roads and pads with lots of potholes on entry/exit. Our site was level. Wi-Fi was good. Restrooms were clean and modern. I believe it is overpriced for the services/conditions it offers. But, it has easy access to Interstate which makes it handy for an overnight stop.

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This is a decent Park for being older. Streets and sites are all gravel. Small patio and picnic table (aged) at each location. Staff are helpful and ready for humor. If you have a stationary satellite dish on your rig, you should request sites in the middle pull-thru row, #43 to #54. Sites #61 to #73 are a little longer but satellite access is questionable. Wi-Fi (Tengo) worked fine but our stay was early season with only about a dozen campers visiting.

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Not sure how the previous reviews got such good rates. We paid $48.60 which was a Good Sam discount off their regular $54 rate. Positives are clean rest room/showers. helpful staff, easy access and all concrete streets and parking sites. The negatives are that the sites are very narrow particularly for a new Park. The "patios" are essentially a part of the street. There is no furniture or fire pits at any site. There are no trees in the entire park. And, when I inquired about ice, nothing available. This is an example of owners not living or working at the Park. All camper comments are relayed second hand to the owners. Other than being handy to the interstate routes, it is definitely over-priced for what it offers. Many residents are long-term with very few daily sites available. Call in advance to ensure you get a site.

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This is a very nice Park. All streets & sites are cement. Sites are level with well-maintained grass between (& no burrs to hurt the dog). Tengo internet access is included in fee & coverage was pretty good. Verizon cell service was good. Contrary to last review (3/16), the concrete pull thru sites are very narrow but long for rig and tow. Also, the patios are exceptionally small & not well positioned for front entry diesel pushers. When we positioned our coach to access satellite service, the patio was between the rig and the tow. 10's on most items, 6's on width of parking slab and patio plus no tables or chairs.

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My rate reflects the nightly cost based on a monthly reservation. Previous reviews show the single nightly rate. They do not offer weekly rates (which I think they should). This is a parent-company owned KOA and it would be considered a "show-case" park for KOA. The staff & work-campers are great. I would concur with the previous reviews. Just a note to add on the solar panels: Two entire rows of sites have a 28' high series of solar panels installed over the sites. The 3500 solar panels are spaced out enabling sunshine to filter through for the fruit trees to continue to thrive. 15 RV sites can be parked under each row. Summer visitors should appreciate being largely out of the sun. The "Power Parasol" system is the first one of its kind in the USA. It's worth a stop to see it! We have our site reserved for the winter of 2016-2017.

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Other reviews have accurately described the park and sites. Very small concrete patios that don't match up with doors. Sites are close to each other and there are no trees. We stayed here a few years ago and it was clean, pleasant and quiet. The full-time worker residents have totally ruined this park! Pickup trucks are coming through at high speeds day and night. One has to be careful walking in the park. This park is advertised as a "resort". Not sure why. It is definitely not a resort. We won't return here as there is a much nicer park 10 miles away!

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Other reviews correctly reflect that this is an attractive Park. Rate is weekday rate with Player's Club Card. Non-club and weekend rates are higher. Sites are open with no large trees. Nice dog walk paths. As stated, most of the sites are pull thru with the ability to face either way and utilities on both sides. Negatives include no cable service and Wi-Fi was ok but not great. Restrooms need some TLC with replacement of commode seats, etc.