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KOAs a generally a little pricey but are usually great campgrounds with amenities that I never use - but this one is not that good. Narrow twisty gravel roads and a gravel site that was not level. Unlike most KOA's, this place was not well groomed, speaking of the camping area. However, the buildings are clean and well kept. Perhaps they are trying to keep it rustic, I dunno. Families will love this place, especially kids.

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Nice place. Clean and tidy with large open spacious sites. No shade but this is west Texas so not many trees here anyway. Had a late arrival reservation, and the staff had everything in place when I finally got there. Paved roads, gravel site as expected. Staff was very helpful in directions to an RV supply place for a fridge vent cap and provided a late check-out so I could install it. I would stay here again.

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All gravel campground but this is the desert so is to be expected. Excellent staff. Bath and showers could us a little cleaning maintenance, some dirt/mold and it had been there for some time. Lots of hot water though. Spacious sites with some shade, all pull-throughs that I saw. Some long term working residents but that's OK with me. Deducted a point because of the not-so-clean showers.

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This is dry camping operated by the Navajo Nation and not by the National Park Service. They do not honor NPS Golden Eagle/Age Passports. Paved roads and sites. Not overly secure as witnessed by the many warning signs to store valuables out of sight and to lock your vehicle, but had no problems the day I was here. Similar signs are posted through out Canyon de Chelly National Park, which is directly connected.

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Moab Utah and camping here is not cheap, and this was the cheapest that I was aware of. Navigation was a bit touchy for my 40 footer with a toad. Being in the desert, the camping area itself is a basic, no frills all-gravel place. Facilities buildings were immaculate however. Have stayed here previously and will return since all I need is a place to park my rig and long hot showers. This place has both and is the least expensive that I could find.

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Gravel roads and gravel sites, typical of this region Colorado since this is the beginnings of the desert. Personnel were great in assisting with RV tires directly across the road as well as retina doctors downtown - I successfully used both. LOL! Nice place and as such, would stay here again if in the area.

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Typical State Park, clean and tidy with paved roads and paved turn-out sites. Day Pass into the Park is included in the camping fee above. Easy to navigate. Colorado River is next to the Park. No reason not to stay here.

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I do not give "10's" but this one is close. What a gem! Gravel roads but cement parking sites with a large cement patio too. Is very clean operation with trees all over the place. Very spacious sites with mowed grass between the sites. Bath and showers were both spotless. Staff was as perfect as they come. Not only would I stay here again, but rather I would seek it out.

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Gravel road and gravel sites but that is ok since it was very clean. Level site, no jacking required. Owner was superb and seemingly very dedicated to customer service. Easy on-off to I-25 Interstate. Was guided to the site. Will camp here again if in the region.

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Stayed but one night, was just passing through. Few trees so somewhat windy but this is the Plains. Level pull through site but there was dampness around several sites which had been graveled over, ours included. That made hooking up a bit of chore. Something was leaking, have no idea what but there was no sewer smell so it must be alright. Easy to access. It is an OK place if just passing through and you need a night to rest.

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Dodge City -a dusty and dry western town - LOL! However, our site had grass which was watered nightly. Spacious sites, lots of room. Shade tress all over the place. Gravel everything but that is ok by me. Host were superb. Wifi was slow but Verizon wireless worked well. I would return to this place if the opportunity arises.

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Enjoyed this place - the office and bath areas are all in rustic wood. Very nice. We were guided to our site, which was a pull through. Seems to be a lot of permanent residents but they were in a different area of the park. Downtown area, yet it was quiet. Easy on and easy off I-244/US 412 freeways but you'd best check out the map prior to arriving, or leaving too. Simple to access but still it could be easy to make an incorrect turn and get lost. Great showers! Free coffee and doughnuts. Nice staff. I would seek out this place again if in the area.

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This is our second stay here during the last few years and it was as good as the first. Centrally located with eateries close-by. Easy on and off I-25 (not I-90) which is also close by. Very friendly owners who were more than willing to answer our questions about the area. Baths and laundry are spotless. As before, would seek out this place once again.

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I like this place even though it is nine blocks west of the main part of town. Kind of difficult to find the office when using GPS and very easy to enter into the place going the wrong direction - don't ask me how I know this! LOL! Might want to give them a call prior to arriving in order to help expedite the check-in and site direction process. You check in first and then mosey around the block and then enter from the alley, directly into the pull-through sites. Super simple after understanding the physical layout. Very easy site parking with ample room for even the longest rigs. Kind of pricey for what you get but this is Yellowstone Park and things are not inexpensive here. I would not avoid this place but personally would check out other places a little closer to the downtown area. Good value, nice folks here.

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I am not impressed with this park. It was not a good value and when visiting again, I would seek to camp somewhere else. The entire place is in need of an updating and renovation - the place just was not clean enough for me. It is also twelve miles from West Glacier, the entrance to the Park. On the upside, there is a free breakfast but it is of an entry level description - but it is better than nothing. The management was friendly. Washers and dryers worked well. Not all bad since it provided the basic needs but was still deficient in most others. This place needs attention to detail. Other nearby places offer more for similar prices.