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We were here for a weekend square dance event. We had "daisy chain" water. We had 50 amp electric with steady service. This is the third year we have stayed here: first year 30 amp service; last year and this year 50 amp. We were parked on a concrete "street" with the power pedestal right beside the concrete. There is a dump station. We arrived with empty holding tanks and used water conservatively so we did not need to dump before we left. It is easy to get to the fairgrounds from I-10 even when towing.

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We stayed here overnight. The power was good (with a super dog-bone that actually converted to 50 amp). The water pressure was good and the sewer connection was convenient. This park is right next to I-25. Our site was very close to the roadway. This is a very basic RV park. The hosts are very helpful.

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We stayed here overnight. We had a pull-in site. The power was good. The water pressure was high; the manager loaned me a pressure reducer. The interior roads were crushed stone. The park is a couple of blocks from I-70 but is easy to get to the park. The management is helpful.

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We had a pull through spot. Fall rates were in effect: $14 for camping and $5 daily fee. The electric service is 30 amp and very good. Fresh water is available to fill your tanks. There is a dump station. The restrooms were boarded up for the winter. The sites are away from I-80 so road noise is not an issue.

     

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Kellogg RV Park

Kellogg, Iowa

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This was an overnight stop for us. We had a pull through spot. The power is excellent. The water pressure was okay and the sewer connection was convenient. The sites are close to I-80 but the road noise did not bother as we kept our windows closed. We have stayed here multiple times for overnight stops.

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This is our third time of staying here. The hosts are polite and competent. They guide you to your site. The 30 amp electric held its voltage ... the dump site is easy to get to. My only suggestion for improvement would be some serious road improvement ... they are marked by many potholes. This is a handy location for the things that we like to do while visiting Door County: plays, hiking, dining.

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We have stayed here several times for one night; it is a convenient half way point on one of our usual trips. The rates have gone up $2 a night since our last visit. There are several open sites tonight but it is mid-week. All the sites that we drove by are reserved for this weekend. We like this place. We will stay here again, I am sure.

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We were here overnight. We needed a level pull through site; they had a site that exactly met our needs. The staff was courteous. The signs had been taken down due to some renovations so we were a little confused when we arrived. They are changing their name to Monticello Jellystone. The receipt said that and the man at the front desk had that embroidered on his shirt.

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This is our second time staying here for one night. We guided to a pull through that is level with 50 amp electric, water, and sewer We want a level, easy to hook up, quiet, and where we feel safe when we are staying one night while travelling. This place has all of those things.

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We were here on a Saturday evening (after Labor Day) and there were lots of sites available. We have stayed here once before. Although the sites are back-to-back we were able to pull into a pull through space with no one on either side of us. The power is good and the water pressure was just right. The sewer hookup is funky because you unscrew a large plastic tree for the easiest way to empty your holding tanks. The access roads are black top. This campground is next to a park and golf course; both emptied as the sun went down. It is self registration so you will need cash or a check.

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We arrived mid-week for a one night stay. The campground host was friendly and helped us find a spot that we could drive into and out of (it was not really a drive-through but the ground was firm so we did not damage the grass). The sites with full hookups are $25, electric-only are $20. The sites are quite level. They are crushed stone. There is a fire ring and picnic table for each site. Iowa county parks are very nice. This is another one.

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We stay here at least once a year. We are generally here mid-week and occupy a gigantic pull through site for one night. The pull through sites are wooded so your dish probably will not work in the pull through area. It is very quiet in the pull through section. The sites are far apart and quite distant from your neighbors. The sites are gently sloping so that even if there has been rain there will be not standing water. The staff and camp ground host are friendly and helpful.

     

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Zion Gate RV Resort

Hurricane, Utah

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We called and were told that this is an "owners" park; but "Campers World organization" owns several of the pull-through sites. They called me back in a few minutes and they had a site available; it is quite spacious with pea gravel with a concrete patio, water, 30 & 50 amp electric, sewer. Wi-Fi is available but we are using our Verizon MiFi (stong signal). Cash only.

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Sites 7, 8, 9 are 50 amp with a pedestal per site. The other sites are 30 amp with shared pedestals. We have stayed at this great city park several times. It is well maintained. The sites are all back in and roomy. This is a nice college town about 50 miles from the Twin cities.

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The camping fee is $18. There is a $5 entry fee unless you have an annual sticker. We had a 50 amp pull through site. We have stayed here several times during the past 10 years. There is no cable TV but on the air reception was good. There is good Verizon reception.