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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.

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While this is a very clean and well maintained park it an older park designed for smaller RV's. The pull through sites are narrow and not very long. All sites are gravel with a small patio area, some have tables others do not, and no firepits or open fires. If your total length is over 55' you will have to disconnect. The entrance to and exit from the sites is VERY VERY tight with trees, light poles and the utilities placed immediately at site entrance. Then when you exit you have to contend with more trees, light poles and narrow roads to maneuver on. This park was never revamped for today's larger units. As stated, the utility connections are all grouped at the very entrance to the site requiring long hoses and cords. The park cable is 28 SD channels. The WIFI was useable for light browsing and e-mail that's it, NO STREAMING of any kind. There are a lot of permanent units in the park with children coming and going. At $45/night this park is definitely overpriced but since it's in California that's the going rate, if not more.

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Sorry but I don't agree with the previous high ratings of this park. As mentioned the sites are gravel, closely spaced, and short. There are no amenities like picnic tables or fire pits or patios at the sites.The utilities are placed mid site and function as expected. The cable has a grand total of 12 SD channels. Satellite is no problem since there are no large trees anywhere in the park. The non-existent WIFI is Tengonet = SLOW and I was never able to connect during our 3 day stay except when I went to the office. This park is a poor value for what is received.

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As detailed in previous reviews this park is extremely clean and well run. The sites are all cookie cutter same both pull through and backin. If you are over 45' in length then you will have to disconnect since all sites are short and not very wide. There is no grass only "Astroturf" and small useless trees between the concrete pads. The utilities are placed in the rear quarter of the site so long hoses may be needed. The cable is 48 grainy SD channels and the WIFI is very very slooow most of the time. However the site cost is reasonable @ $31.50 with GS discount. All in all not a bad value for what you get.

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This certainly is a different type of KOA. The office was closed during our stay. Your name and site number are posted on the door, it's up to you to figure out how to find the site. The sites are all gravel with a scrawny tree between each site for shade. The pull throughs were long enough for a 40' RV and connected toad but not very wide in typical KOA fashion. The utilities are placed mid site and function as expected. One good thing the cable is 55 analog channels and 35 digital all very clear. Another was the WiFi was reasonably fast with good connection strength. However, the park was practically empty during our stay so it may be much slower during busier times. All in all not worth any where near the price charged for what was offered. Also, they don't like you using their water to clean your windshield with a brush and hose. I was told it was not allowed. I told them I was going to clean my dirty, bug covered windshield any way and if they had a problem with it to call the police and explain why they don't allow windshield cleaning in their park. Nothing further was said on the subject.

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This is a very nice older KOA in the middle of Salt Lake City. The park has lots of mature trees for shade so satellite use will be hit or miss and you will need a portable unit. The cable is typical 30+ channels of SD TV. Our site was their deluxe pull through which was long enough to easily accommodate a 45' motorhome and connected toad and wider than the usual KOA site. The utilities are placed mid-site and worked well with very high water pressure. The park staff were very friendly and helpful. There is a free shuttle to Temple Square and the public trolley runs just in front of the park. While there is some street noise the nearby airport and train noise was very minimal. This KOA could be a 9 if it wasn't for the sporadic WIFI and the tight turns and narrow roadways you have to use when maneuvering in the park. Large rigs will find it tight going while getting to and from your site. As with all KOA's the site pricing is very high for what you get.

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The previous reviewer got it correct. This is a newish KOA being built on the old KOA business model. The sites are all crammed together is a fore and aft fashion where one unit is parked facing north and the unit next to it is parked facing south so both units utilities are grouped together. The water & electric are together with the sewer either in the front quarter or rear quarter of the site. All sites are gravel some have small trees most have no shade at all. There is NO cable tv and the pool doesn't open till June 1st. During our stay the WIFI was strong and reasonably fast BUT there were only about 8 other units in the entire park at the time. So it could very probably be very slow when the park is full. The management was friendly and helpful, but there is no justification for the site fees based on what you get.

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While this is a fairly new park it resembles an old style KOA. Sites are closely spaced, all gravel with a small patio and table. Some sites are shaded some are out in the open. The hookups are grouped about mid-site and work as expected. You will need a water pressure regulator as the parks water pressure is 75+ PSI. The cable has 63 grainy channels. The wifi is very sporadic when it works it has good speed but often cuts out and drops connection. All in all this park is way overpriced for what it is. But since it's within a short distance of two national parks they have a constant customer demand which is reflected in their pricing.

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Not your typical KOA. The sites while not large, are roomier than the usual KOA. Our pull through was long enough for coach and toad without unhooking. The only down side was it was not very level and required blocks under the levelers and then the rear wheels on one side were just about off the ground. The utilities are grouped in the middle of the site and worked as expected. The wifi connection was strong but they have so little bandwidth that it was unusable 75% of the time and Verizion cell wifi was very slow also. As others have detailed the roads are wide gravel for easy maneuvering and the site are either all gravel or gravel with grass.

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The pull through site was adequate in size if a little short. The utilities are grouped together in the rear third and worked as expected. Between each site were bushes that really didn't provide much privacy. The wifi was useless and there was no cable, only OTA. Our Verizon MIFI worked very well. The sites are sand & gravel with no real shade trees. Needles is a dying town with few stores.