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This is an older campground located 1.6 miles off I-70 that has been updated to accommodate today's larger rigs. Nearly all sites are pull through with varying lengths and widths. Some are side to side type so check what your getting when you make a reservation. All sites are gravel, reasonably level, with full hookups placed mid site. Several sites are shaded, several are out in the open for good Satellite reception, there is no cable and OTA is minimal at best. This campground is best value that we have stayed in on this 5 month trip and could have been a 10 except for the lack of cable and their very weak low bandwidth WIFI.

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This is an older RV park that has been kept updated to fit today's big rigs. The pull through sites are reasonably level, long enough for coach and toad with room to spare. The back in sites are also good sized and level. The park is fairly heavily treed so satellite TV could be a challenge, but they have excellent cable with 59 SD and 17 HD channels. OTA is also a possibility. The hook ups were placed in the rear third of the site and all functioned as expected.

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This is an old KOA with the usual short, narrow sites and tight roadways. Most sites are well worn gravel with a few Super Deluxe that have paved pads. The utilities are grouped together in the middle of the site, with most having 30 amp.

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How do you rate a farm yard? That's what your staying in. The RV sites are now 30 hastily built un-level narrow sites in the middle of a farm yard. The utilities are haphazard arranged requiring long hoses and cables. The sites drop over 12" front to back and have no amenities like table or fire pit. Only a few sites are full hookup most are electric and water. There is an expensive bar/restaurant on site and many shabby motel rooms. Yes it's a guest ranch, but a poor one. Did I mention you have to drive 1.5 miles over a rough gravel road to get there. Cross this one off your list.

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This KOA is #1 in outrageous pricing and poor service. No escort to your site, no trash pickup at your site, very small sites, and tight turn narrow roads. You do get a patio placed at the rear of the site? You do get a swing! You do get tree limbs hanging down to scrape the side of your coach as you leave. All this for $80 a night. Never again.

     

Cody KOA

Cody, Wyoming

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Way overpriced for what you get. $75 a night for a side by side narrow pull through. Also the utilities are oddly placed requiring long hoses and electric cable. You have to share the patio space with the people in the site next to you. The sites are all gravel with some large shade trees in between. Road noise could be bothersome. Also there was no one to lead you to your site like all other KOA's just follow their confusing map.

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Grossly overpriced sites for what you get. Our Deluxe Premium site was half the size and twice the cost of the site in the park we just left in Idaho. WiFi was unusable, OTA TV nonexistent, cable was 17 grainy SD channels, and Verizon cell service very weak if at all. The Deluxe site was a narrow gravel path with concrete patio. The site itself was unlevel to the point extra blocks were needed in addition to the levelers on the coach. Utilities were placed mid-site and functioned as designed. Poor value for rate charged.

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This is an older park with large sites in both length and width. Utilities are placed in the front half of the site so you don't need to have long hoses if you are towing. The sites are gravel and reasonably level with cooking grills and tables. There is NO cable, very limited OTA, slow WIFI that is suitable for light browsing only, and NO pool. Satellite TV would be possible with a portable antenna to avoid the shade trees between each site. There is a restaurant at the park with a good selection.

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Small state park on the edge of Yakima, WA. Easy access from I-82. Pull through sites are adequate size if you are less than 55' in length. Utilities are placed at the rear of the sites requiring long sewer hose for connection. Site is asphalt and reasonably level with only slight use of the leveling jacks. All pull through sites are partially shaded. The back in sites are much larger but some are much less shaded. The park is quiet and patrolled by the park ranger on a regular basis. The only drawback is the site pricing, $42 for site with no pool, or WIFI, or cable is unreasonable.

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Very pretty rustic type of RV park. Sites are ample in size with pull through being long enough for coach and toad. sites are terraced down a slight hill. Site surface is gravel and reasonably level. Utilities are placed in the rear quarter of the site and function as designed. There is no cable and only limited OTA TV. Satellite is possible from the pull through sites and maybe from some others. The wifi is not strong but sufficient for light browsing. Office staff was exceedingly helpful in providing information on the surrounding area.

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This park is grossly over crowded and no longer suitable for large rigs. The sites are short and narrow. If you are over 40' in length then you will hang out into the streets. The streets have been NARROWED to allow for tenant parking of tow vehicles thus reducing the driving lane to just wide enough for a RV to drive down. This makes pulling into and out of your site very difficult if not impossible unless your neighbors will move their tow vehicles. Park management could care less about this condition and refused to assist in getting vehicles moved. This is the worst park we have stayed in over this 5 month trip.

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This is a no frills, scenic campground that doesn't pretend to be anything else. It is reasonably priced @ $30 per night with GS discount, which is unusual for California. It is also the only park in the area with 50 amp full hookups. The sites are pull through or pull in and all face the scenic Klamath River. Site pads are asphalt with the pull through being longer than the pull in and all sites are good sized. Rigs over 45' will have trouble fitting in the pull in. There is NO WIFI or CABLE or OTA TV but satellite will be no problem. The utilities are placed in the rear half of the site and function well. After about June 1st the park fills with regulars so spaces may not be available till September.

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This KOA is way over priced for what you get. $62 for a very short un-level pull through is ridiculous. Most sites are water/electric, only a few of the pull through are full hookups.The site had the utilities grouped in the forward half and the cable had a total of 9 grainy channels. Site surface is gravel and out of level front to rear. Satellite reception will be iffy due to the heavy tree cover at all but a couple of sites. This KOA is more of a poor value than most.

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This is a somewhat new park designed to pack as many sites into the acreage as possible. The sites are short and fairly tight with a level concrete pad and Astro Turf between sites. The utilities are placed mid-site and function as expected. The cable is 18 grainy SD channels and the WIFI is unusable even for e-mail. For the price this park is a bad value but the best around in this grossly overpriced area.

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Old park with short, narrow sites. If your total length is over 45' you will have to disconnect. Also, large rigs will find it very tight maneuvering to and from your site with very tight turns on narrow streets. Site was level fine gravel with the utilities placed mid site. All sites have wood fences on both sides which only serve to make them even smaller. Cable was 24 SD channels and the WIFI was useable for light browsing but got slow at busy times. Park is in an industrial area with the beach across the road from the park.