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The nightly rate is based on the weekly rate we paid. The park is clean, all paved, concrete pads, wide sites with grass between them. There are activities and breakfasts in the barn.

     

Abilene KOA

Abilene, Texas

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This rv park is not well maintained. The manager is rude and not helpful. The sites are narrow. It's all gravel. There are mostly permanent residents. It seems that those permanent residents do not have to abide by the rules. For instance, the rules state 1 vehicle per site. Yet at one resident site were a pickup and an SUV; at another there was a pickup, SUV and motorcycle. We would not recommend this park.

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It's a new campground. Their driveway is easier to access if you come from the west. Coming from the east you have to almost make a U-turn. There are concrete pads for the rv's but everything else is gravel and sand. The owner is very helpful. Our towed was dead and she came with her truck to jump it as soon as we got set up.

     

Newton KOA

Newton, Iowa

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It's a good overnight stop. The interstate noise is very loud. Staff was friendly and accommodating. We'd stop again when passing through the area.

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The pull-thru sites up in the back of the park are long and pretty wide. There is highway and railroad noise but it's not too bad. The park is nicely located to Dodge City attractions and many other day-trip attractions.

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A very rare KOA. This one does know mean "keep on going". Staff wonderful. Grounds nicely landscaped, clean. Bathrooms spotless. Roads very wide. Sites wide and long. Dinner delivered to your RV is very good; nice selection of food. Key lime pie great. Only complaint is the gravel and dust, dust, dust. If traveling Hwy. 285 through NM again, would definitely stay here. Highly recommend it.

     

Raton KOA

Raton, New Mexico

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Okay for overnight. Gravel and dusty. Permanent RVs in not very good condition. Enough room for bigger rigs to pull in and not have to unhook towed.

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Friendly staff. No escort service to the site. Very narrow, unlevel sites. All gravel. Wi-Fi left something to be desired. Narrow roads and tree limbs made turning into sites very hard with a larger rig. Quiet, no highway or railroad noise. Large speed bumps.

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Dirt sites, some grass. Sites were short and narrow. There are shade trees. Office was not open the hours that were posted. Staff was friendly when there.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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Good for overnight if traveling on Hwy. 71. Very dusty. Wi-Fi iffy.

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Great place right off I-90/94/39. Roads are good for big rigs. Sites are long so unhooking a 'towed' is not necessary. Staff was friendly. Will stay here again.

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Too many branches hanging over the roads for big rigs. Easy to get scratched up. Once you get to the pull through sites, they are long and can accommodate a 42-foot rig with a 'towed'. Sites are mostly dirt/mud, very little if any gravel. Because of recent rains the ground was mud. First the levelers sunk into the mud. Then we used boards under the levelers and the boards disappeared into the mud. The pool was dirty. Not the greatest place to stay, even for just an overnight.

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Wonderful, shady oasis in the Badlands. Roads are good for big rigs; sites are long. The pool was nice. Played mini golf. Staff responded quickly to branches that were rubbing on the coach. Enjoyed the easy access to the Badlands from here.

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They have 7 different campgrounds in this resort. We were in Base Camp which has full hook-ups including cable TV. Site was long and good for a big rig. Road was a little small for manuvering. Pool was nice; staff not too friendly. Views of the Black Hills were great. Pancake breakfast was good. Only real complaint was the rude campers who could not walk or ride their bikes around on the roads to get to the pool, office or playground, but had to walk and ride right through your site even when you were sitting out having dinner. The campground needs to add this to their campground rules or post signs in the office telling people who don't seem to know any better, not to cut through other people's sites.

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Good place to spend a night when traveling I-90. Easy to find. Staff was friendly. Roads could handle big rigs. Sites were long enough so that the 'towed' didn't have to be unhooked. Enjoyed an ice cream social, the pool and mini golf.