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We have stayed here before, and weren't disappointed with this stop. It is located just off the freeway, but noise is not an issue. The roads within the park are good gravel and very wide and level. While there are many permanent party construction workers, the rigs are well maintained and sites are neat and clean. There is an abundance of grass around the sites, and picnic table for each. Cable hookup is there, and satellite service is good (except under the old growth trees). While this was just an overnight stop for us this time, we didn't unhook the tow car, and had plenty of room at our site. We even took advantage of the dinner delivery from the cafe on site!! Great milkshakes. This is a good stop for 1 night...or more. We will stay here again.

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For a quiet stay in a charming small community, this is the place for you. The owner is very friendly and helpful. The park itself has good gravel roadways and parking sites. The sites themselves are quite large and level, with lots of grass between sites. There are beautiful elm and cottonwood trees to provide shade, but could hamper satellite service. But there is excellent cable TV service. We also had strong Verizon service and did not use the Wi-Fi. There is a great grocery story a couple blocks away and other shops on Main Street. Don't miss the 5 mile or so drive out of town to see the Oregon Trail Historic Site. You can still see the ruts from the wagon trains. We will be back to stay here; it's a great little RV park.

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This is a pleasant place to stay, with nice amenities and lots of room for your RV. While the sites and interior roads are gravel, it is well maintained. There is cable TV and we had good satellite connections, as well as good Verizon connection. The sites are level and all have grass, picnic tables, and fire rings. They are very friendly here, and take great care of their park. If you have dogs that like to run, there is wonderful access here for off-leash exercise. While shopping and other attractions are more available to the north in LaPine and Bend, this is a wonderful place to stay.

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We have stayed here 4-5 times, and always like being here. Our large pull-through site was in the 1st row with an excellent view of Coos Bay. The casino is a shuttle ride from your door and back; the restaurants are all excellent. There is a seafood buffet Friday/Saturday that is yummy, but a little spendy, but you can get discounts. Our rate reflected our Players Club discount, and it is summer rates now. The staff at the RV park and all casino areas are excellent, and you always feel very welcome. Although there isn't much here for children, you can use the pool at the hotel. The Pacific Ocean beaches are a short drive away, as are many shopping/sightseeing opportunities. Golf is close: the shuttle can even take you there! All in all, this is a wonderful, restful place to stay!!!

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This is an excellent and very clean park. While it is still off-season for our stay, I know it will be busy very soon, as it is the nicest in West Yellowstone. It is a little spendy in summer, but there is quality to go with that. As our time here was in unpredictable spring, we had freeze warning each night and had to disconnect our water. OK. That comes with the area and was not an issue with us. The sites are level and gravel and fairly wide. Each space has a pad for the picnic table, and grass and smaller pine trees. Our Verizon worked well, as did the satellite. There is cable service for "local" TV that was clear as well. The park is only 4 blocks away from the entrance to Yellowstone NP, and you can reach all parts of the Park with ease. The dog walk area is good and surrounds the park. The town provides lots of shopping and dining spots, and a great Wolf and Bear Discovery Center, don't miss it. But of course, the main attraction would be the Park itself: where you can see the bears and wolves and so much other wildlife and wonderful scenery. Staying at this RV park only adds to your total Yellowstone experience. We will definitely return here.

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You will be pleasantly surprised when you drive into this park: about 2.5 miles from the small community of Big Timber, MT. Located on the Boulder River, in the mouth of the Boulder River Valley, this park offers a gorgeous view of the river, wonderful grassy areas around the whole grounds, lovely shade trees, and trout ponds and river trout fishing. The sites are level and wide, and the view from at the river sites is a great in the morning over coffee!! Verizon card works great, but as there is no cable TV, you may have to park with satellite access in mind. The ladies who staff the park are so friendly and helpful: the best we have experienced in our travels. If you have dogs, there is a large grassy area where they can run off leash, with supervision. A nice day trip is 23 miles down the road to the Natural Bridge Falls, well worth the drive. This was our second stay at Spring Creek, and we will return again and again.

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We liked this park a lot!! It is quiet, green, and owner/managers are very friendly and helpful. You are close to shopping and other things you may need in Sheridan, and this is easy to find off the freeway. Bathrooms and showers are very clean and roomy, and the laundry is nice as well. If you have big dogs, a real plus here is the 4 acre open grassy area where you can let them run off leash!!! The cable TV has lots of stations on it, and satellite reception is good as well (there aren't any trees near the sites to interfere). The only thing keeping this from a 10 for us is that the pull-through sites are a little narrow, but you have grass on either side. Our slideouts were fine, but awning space may be iffy (it rained while we were here so no need for awning!!). We definitely will stay here again when in Sheridan!!!

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This is a quiet campground behind Fort Caspar. The park has a good number of permanent campers, but their sites are maintained and neat. The RV sites for overnighters are in the center of the park, level and large, with good gravel and drainage in wet weather. There is a small fenced dog area, but you can walk in other areas as well. It is wide open, so satellite service and Verizon card are good, but they also have cable TV: 12 stations only if you do not have a box receiver in your RV. You are close to shopping you may need, and the Fort Caspar Museum and reconstructed buildings are quite interesting, and close!! We will stay here again if in Casper.

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This is probably the best of the RV parks in Colorado City. It is clean, pretty well organized, and has all the amenities you would want in a resort. While the pool and other summer amenities weren't open while we were there, I can see where this would be a great summer stop. There are separate pools for adults and family. Probably the best part of the park is that it is close to Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, Manitou Springs, Seven Falls, and so many other great attractions in the area. Some of the motor home sites could be seen as a little narrow, but for us, it was not an issue as we were doing a good deal of touring the area and didn't use the awning. And from our site we had a great view of snow covered Pikes Peak, which beats out the awning issue!!! We will definitely stay here again while in this part of Colorado.

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If you have to get off the freeway because of the high winds that are often found in Laramie, then stay here. Then again, it is your only RV park in Laramie. The freeway noise is noticeable: you are parked right beside it. The sites are not very level and in wet weather this would be an awful place to be parked: the roadways are clay/dirt and not very much gravel on the sites. The laundry/office/rest rooms were OK, but there isn't much else here. We would stay here again only if the weather forced us off the road. Rate reflects KOA discount, but that doesn't make up for this park.

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This is a nice state park. While you have to purchase a camping permit along with the nightly fees, it is a good place to stay. You need to check your water and waste tank levels before you park, as there is only electric hookup. The lake and grounds are below the dam, and very nice. There are many large trees (select open area for better satellite service) and large wide level sites. There are pull throughs and more backins, and directly along the lake are backins. Lots of wide open areas for dog exercise, although leash required. In the summer it would probably be pretty warm here, but in spring 2010 is was quite nice. Showers (for a fee) and restrooms are very clean, and there is even an inexpensive laundry room. We would definitely stay here again!!!

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This is a good place to stay to see the Boot Hill Museum and the general Dodge City area. While the campground is older, it is well kept and the owners are on site. The upper section in back will accommodate big rigs with the long and wide sites. It is gravel parking with larger rock, but drainage is good. The pet area is very large and grassy, the area surrounding the upper area for the pull throughs, but there's no free area for them to run and get exercise. As we were here in "winter" the activities hadn't started. We would stay here again if in the area.

     

USI RV Park

Wichita, Kansas

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We liked this RV park, and would recommend it. Our price reflects the Good Sam discount and we were also here four days. It is in a good location for the 135 freeway, and staff were super friendly and helpful. There is no cable, and they helped us move to a site to better pick up the satellite. The sites are long, level, and good gravel, which drains well in rain. There are nice shade trees for most of the sites. The bathrooms are very clean and well-kept as is the RV park itself. There is a very large grassy area for the pets as well. You are also close to shopping and other needs, and easy access to downtown or other areas for day trips. We certainly will stay here if we are again in Wichita.

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This is a nice, quiet, green RV park 3 miles west of Guthrie, OK, surrounded by the rolling hills of the golf course. The view was very pleasant and wide open. The sites all have concrete pads with grass and trees, but not tall ones to interfere with satellite. If you have a touring interest, the town of Guthrie would be great to see...very historical. We stayed overnight, and would have stayed longer if we didn't have to be headed on to our next stop.

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This is an urban RV campground very near I-35E, but don't let that stop you from staying here. The freeway noise wasn't an issue, and the staff was very friendly and helpful. You are close to all the shopping you may need, and a good sized RV business is a couple miles away. The RV park, while having many long-term residents who have some of the better sites, is very clean and well maintained. There are lots of leafy oak trees providing welcome shade from the Texas sun. The outdoor pool and hot tub are excellent! The sites are gravel with grassy areas between them. Some reviewers felt the sites were narrow and tight; we didn't find that to be so for us, although a very long big rig, may have some problems getting into and out of sites. One thing that keeps this from being a 10 is that they DO NOT have cable TV. Be sure to ask for a site that would give satellite access if you want to watch TV other than antenna.