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This a basic park that is great for a short stay. The roads are gravel and the sites are grass. All of the sites are pull-throughs and there is plenty of room for a big rig. The electric was adequate and the Wi-Fi worked fine. It appears that all of the sites will have clear satellite view. The manager was very friendly and helpful and we used our Passport America rate. It is just off of I-95, which means easy access but the road noise was minimal. We would stay here again when in the area.

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This is a basic park that is close to the interstate. Road noise was not a problem so it is a good place to spend a night, or a few days. The park has all gravel roads that are a little narrow. Our site was fairly level and we did not need any additional blocks. The WIFI was poor. The sites are a little cramped but adequate. The manager was very friendly and helpful. There are a lot of trees but we did not have any problem with our roof top satellite. The electrical pedestal looked to be fairly new and the service was fine. We stayed one night with our PA rate. The park was quiet on a weekday. We would stay here again when in the area.

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This is sort of a special RV park. It is right on the French Broad River and right next to a very nice public recreation area. It is also the closest RV Park to the Biltmore. We had a back-in site right next to the river. Our coach is a rear living room model so we were just 15 feet from the river's edge. The view was great. The park is fairly small but the roads are paved and each site is on a concrete slab, that was level. You check in at the office, which is passed the park and located in an RV service facility. The person that checked us in was very pleasant and helpful. Since we were expecting a lot of rain, one of the park employees told us not to worry if we saw the river rise a few feet. We stayed two nights and would not hesitate to stay there again if in the area. The road noise was evident but since we were using the AC, it was not a problem. It was a very pleasant experience.

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No instructions for picking an RV site if the office is closed. If you fill out the paperwork and pay your money, the site that you pick may not be available and you will have to move. Unlike other parks that use cones or signs to mark the reserved sites, this park leaves your choice to luck. The site that we eventually ended up on was way out of level. It was gravel and near a fenced dog walk. There are a lot of trees so if you have a permanent satellite antenna, you may have trouble getting a clear shot. The manager was friendly and the park was neat. We stayed one night and used the PA rate. Although close to the interstate, noise was not a problem. The park was OK for an overnight stay and we would use it again if in the area.

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This is a nice park that is geared more towards a family. It has the usual playground area for the kids, etc. We just spent one night so most of the amenities were not used. The parking places are firm grass with full hook-ups and the site we had was a pull-thru. We would stay here again when in the area.

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This is a nice park that is off of the beaten path. This was our second stay here and it was a lot different from our first stay. The first time, there was snow on the ground and the hill leading up to the office required my tire chains. This trip, it was no problem at all. The site we had was level and our roof mounted satellite dish worked fine. There are a lot of trees so be sure to ask if you need a site for your satellite. We will stay here again when in the area.

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This was a nice quiet park in a wonderful setting. Lots of green grassy areas to play in and to walk the dog. The parking areas for the pull-thrus was gravel and fairly level. We had no problem with our DirecTV satellite dish locking on to a signal. The owner was friendly and helpful. My only complaint about this park is the 5 mile drive on the paved road to get to it, once you leave the main highway. The road is smooth, but it is very narrow. There are also no shoulders but a sharp drop-off on the road edge. It is also very hilly with lots of curves. For most of the 5 mile drive, the road lanes are too narrow for a normal size class A coach. I was fortunate in that we only encountered two cars on our entering and leaving the park. With the trees on either side, it would have been very difficult for two RV's to pass without damage. I really did like this park, but that 5 mile drive could be a problem.

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We stayed one night in this park and it was quiet and peaceful. It is located enough off of US19 not to have any road noise. The park does have a few narrow roads but if you know how to drive your RV there is no problem, even with a toad, as we were. We were escorted back to our pull-through parking site and had no problem maneuvering into place. We also had no problem when we exited early the next morning. On your way out is a sewer dump and trash bin, which we found very convenient, since we chose a pull through site without a sewer hook-up. There are a lot of trees but we asked for, and got, a site where our satellite worked fine. The park also has cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked great. The parking site was hard packed grass and was level. The ground was dry so I can't comment about how the property would have been during a rainy period. We plan on using the park again when we are passing through this area on our way home.

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For $30/night, you are better off staying in a WalMart parking lot. There is no cable, no WIFI, no pavement, and the parking sites close and are not very level. As mentioned by others, the road into this park is very rough clay. If there has been, or rain is anticipated, you do not want to take your rig on this road. We would never stay at this park again.

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This was a great little park. The parking sites are as wide as any park I have ever been in, with plenty of nice grass for you and your pets. Out site was level and free of trees that might interfere with a satellite antenna. I let the manager know I had a satellite dish so he made sure to give us a suitable parking area. All of the interior roads and parking areas are paved asphalt. It was a very quiet and clean place to relax for a night or a week or so. The manager is very friendly and helpful. The only problem we had was following the GPS directions. They wanted to take us down a road with a 2 ton limit bridge. IF your GPS tries to take you using any road other than county road 59, you may have to turn around and go regroup. Click on the map on this review and you can find your way there. We will stay at this park again and would be willing to drive out of our way to stay here again. It truly is a jewel. I would have rated it higher, but it does not have sewer for a full hook up. There is a dump station as you exit the park. Our cost includes the Good Sam discount.

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This is a nice park for an overnight stay or for a few days if necessary. It is close to the casino and shuttle service is available when called. The rest rooms and showers are clean and neat. The parking space that I had was concrete, level, and short. I am 48 feet total length with the toad and we just barely fit. It had plenty of width and the grass was enjoyed by our dog. The sewer is at the very entrance to site and it took every bit of hose and extensions to reach it from my center coach drain. The water and electric were fine. There are few trees so satellite aiming is no problem and the crank up antenna will pick up the local channels. They have cable but I did not try it. They advertise WI-FI and it did work fine for a few minutes after we arrived. After that, it appeared to be shut off. We did go over to the Ameristar Casino to give away some money but because this is a full smoking facility, we left with our wallet intact. Apparently the ventilation system is marginal and in a matter of minutes the smoke was enough to cause us to leave and go back to our coach. Obviously this is a personal issue and I am only mentioning it because we stayed at this park with the sole purpose of enjoying the casino. We only stayed one night and did not spend any money at the casino for gambling or the restaurants because of the smoke issue. We would stay at this park as an overnight stopping point again if we are passing through but will not use the casino.

     

Pueblo KOA

Pueblo, Colorado

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This is a basic western RV park, gravel and dirt, with no grass. The parking sites are OK in width, but a little short. The noise from the highway could be a problem if the weather has you leave your windows open. I would comment on the staff and the pizza, but since we arrive in the early afternoon on a Sunday, we saw no one and the office was closed so no pizza and no Wi-Fi code. The park appeared to be well maintained and the roads were fine. Considering what we got for our money, I would probably look for another park the next time we travel through the area.

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This is our fourth time staying at this park and we were a little disappointed. The Wi-Fi did not work at all. We were told when we checked in that they were waiting on the tech and I guess they were still waiting three days later when we left. The park does have a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a basic menu of items. The parking sites and roads are concrete and level. Our crank up antenna was all that was needed to pick up the local channels although cable is provided. There are not enough trees to interfere with your satellite. I see that some of the reviews have complained about the wind. This park, and almost the entire middle of the USA is part of the Great Plains and occasionally there will be high winds. This is not a park problem and there is nothing they can do about it. This is like complaining about rain. The laundry facility is neat and the equipment worked fine. The staff at this park is friendly and we always stay here on our ventures out west each year. It always gives us a chance to take care of any maintenance issues and to wash our coach if needed.

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This is a basic RV Park for occasional use. The parking sites are too close for this to be a long term park for us. For a night or two it is fine. The facility is well maintained, the bathrooms are clean and neat, and the electric, sewer, and water are adequate. The Wi-Fi was slow at times. The road noise is not too bad. There is a restaurant that you drive by to get into the park and there is fuel available at this exit. The restaurant is fine but the fuel is cheaper as you get closer to OK City. We will stay at this park again when in the area.

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This is a nice, neat, well maintained RV park. It is a little far away from things but for that distance you are rewarded with peace and quiet and a nice view overlooking the surrounding countryside. The parking places are wide gravel, level, but somewhat short. The interior road is paved blacktop. If you have a long coach, you may have to disconnect your toad. If that is the case, there is plenty of room to park next to your rig. The staff was very friendly and you will be escorted to your parking place. The electric, water,and sewer are easily accessible and stable. The Wi-Fi was one of the best we have ever used. Cell phone service was fine. This park has a nice clubhouse and a clean laundry facility. The only negative I have with the park is with the showers. They are large, clean, and tiled but you have no privacy. There is one bench for two showers and you have to dress and leave your clothes outside of the shower stall. Obviously this is not a problem if you do not use the park's showers but I am mentioning it for others to decide. It is sort of like being in gym class again. We would definitely stay in this park again if in the area.