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Our rate is based on the monthly rate of $350. In addition we will have to pay for our electricity. This park is very nice and suits our needs. We would happily return next year, however, the park is for sale and may not be the same under new ownership. The hookups are fine and the location is lovely. The park is about a mile from the main road so there is no road noise, just the sounds of nature in the surrounding forest. We saw six deer run across the adjoining meadow. The other folks staying in the park are friendly. Only improvements that we would like to see are more shady areas and an on-site laundry. Also it is not that the restrooms and showers are not clean, they do not exist. Your rig must be fully equipped to stay in this park.

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This is a lovely park and the setting makes up for some shortcomings. We booked a pull through on line but there were none when we arrived at 12:30 pm. However, staff did help us back in so that worked out. There are lovely mature trees and plenty to do for all ages. Our site was spot on level and hook ups worked. We had no sewer hook up, but we knew that when we booked the site. The price for a full hook up site was over $70 per night at this time of year. We consider that rather high. We'll use the dump station and back in to save $30 per night. We would stay here again.

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We took a space at this park because the KOA Lakeside park was full. At first we were disappointed to not get our first choice. However, we were pleasantly surprised with this nice little park. The sites are short and it is best to unhook your tow vehicle before leaving the check in office. The car needs to be parked at angle to the rig. That was our only issue and we were able to adjust to it. The location of the park more than makes up for the small sites. We would stay here again.

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This is our second stay at this park and it is a nicely kept city park. The staff is helpful and friendly and it is located near the things that folks come to Salt Lake City to see. The sites are a bit narrow but we made it work. Currently North Temple is undergoing construction so getting in and out of the park is tricky but that will not last forever. We would camp here again.

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This is a lovely little park three miles out of town, so it is the only place around. Nights are quiet and the small size of the park makes it friendly. Our site was level and all hookups worked fine. Kind of expensive, however. The hosts are very nice and helpful. Park is constantly being maintained to keep it in the best condition. We would camp here again.

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This park is all about location. To be in the National Park is great. The sites are big enough and very shady. There is no Wi-Fi at the RV sites but it is available at the cafe and restaurant. Our AT&T phone signal was weak but functional. The scenery is amazing. It's hard to get into unless you reserve well ahead of time. We lucked out and got three nights in a row due to a cancellation. We would camp here again.

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This park is very nice with large level sites and good hookups. The cable TV is rather limited but we did not come to watch TV anyway. The Wi-Fi is adequate and free. The spaces are quite large and there are tall, shade trees everywhere. The Wind River runs along the back of the park. The town of Dubois is charming and has plenty of good eating places. We would camp here again.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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Nice small park surrounded by beautiful scenery. All hookups work and site is level. Wi-Fi works well and satellite TV signal is good. Our AT&T I phones work well, too. Great place for a stop on the way to Salt Lake City.

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This is a nice campground in the desert in eastern California. We stopped for one night and it was more than adequate for our needs. It was very hot and the pool was a great way to get refreshed while the RV cooled off. Nearby is a great restaurant called Peggy Sue's 50's Diner.

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This is one of our favorite places to stay. Our only complaint is the quality of the Wi-Fi. Once the weekend crowd arrived we could hardly get a signal at all. Sites are well kept and level. Hook ups worked well and the views are great. The park hosts are very nice and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there.

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This is a great place to get away from it all. The sites are gravel, level and large. The hookups are well placed and work well. The free Wi-Fi was a bit slow but was adequate. The area is very unpopulated so it is dark and quiet at night. The night sky is great for star gazing. The area is also great for bird watching. It is best to get gas in Lordsburg where there is a truck stop. The gas station in Rodeo is only open two days a week. The next closest one is in Animas which is a 28 mile round trip. There is a Wal-Mart in Douglas, AZ which is a 100 mile round trip and right on the border. Our AT&T phones had no service anywhere in the boot heel area. Picked up a signal in Douglas but that was Telcel (Mexican) which would be very expensive to use. We kept in touch with Wi-Fi on our computers. We will return here again.

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This park is just great! Our site (#219) is level and large. The hookups work fine and are conveniently placed. The Wi-Fi is strong and free. The park is an environmentally friendly collection of 7 small lakes made from recycled waste water. It is a municipal water district park and is a real find both for amenities and price in this area. It is quiet at night and lively with the sounds of families enjoying this beautiful spot during the day. I highly recommend this park and we will be back here as often as we can make it.

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This is our third stay at this park. It is mostly park models but they are well maintained and the grounds are very nice. There is road noise although it was drowned out by our air conditioner which was running constantly. Summer is off season in Yuma since it gets very hot. Most of the park models and the RV spaces were empty because of the summer heat. Come winter the snowbirds come back and the place is bustling. The rates go up too. This was a one night stop on the way to San Diego and we will stay here again.

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We stayed at this park when it was owned by Beaudry and we loved it then and it is just as nice now. The citrus trees are still here. The sites are large, level and well maintained. The on site restaurant is very good. The Wi-Fi is free and strong. The rates vary with the season. Winter rates are the highest and summer the lowest. The staff is friendly and helpful. We will stay here again and again.

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This is our kind of park. It has nice wide sites and full hookups. The park is small and quiet with great views and spectacular sunsets as well as a dark sky at night for star gazing. It is about 6 miles from Taos so you need a car or truck to get around and see the town. The park is typical desert landscaping with small shrubs. The owners are very nice and helpful and provide all kinds of information about the area. We would gladly stay here again.