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We feel this is one of the nicest parks in the area. With that said, the sites are extremely close together. Our site was on dirt. Other sites in the park have grass around the site which would be nicer. Excellent cable but we could not get on the WiFi. Park is very busy so reservations are a must. Lots to do for the kids and park is pet friendly. Fire rings are very close to back of the rig. While our stay was ok, we will not return.

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This is another of our favorite parks when traveling through California. It is spotlessly clean with excellent bathrooms and laundry facilities. There are orange trees between each site with oranges available in season. Easy access from highway 58.

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We always stay at this park when passing through the area as it is the nicest. The facilities are always spotlessly clean. There is an excellent laundry with a large washer and I always plan to do laundry here. Showers are individual. We had a nice shady site and there is vegetation between each site. Although the interstate is close by, traffic noise does not interfere with our sleep.

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This is an adequate park for an overnight stay. The casino is next door and there is shuttle service. There are a lot of permanents here with ATVs. The river is also close by for boaters. Excellent cable. Easy to find and access. We had one of the few pull thru sites.

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This is basically a mobilehome park with some RV spaces available that are squeezed in between permanent homes. But, the amenities are fantastic. There are a lot of activities especially outdoors. Everything is neat and clean and just beautiful. It has to be one of the friendliest parks we have been in. Everyone is so happy and helpful. Even though we only stayed a few day, we were invited to a block party. And of course, there is every kind of restaurant or store nearby so everything is within a short distance. We will return.

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We were put in an overflow site as the park was full, mostly of permanent residents. But the manager tried her best to accommodate us. We were parked right next to the showers and had just electric hooked up. We were very happy. We had a view of the snow capped mountains. This is a pretty mobilehome park. Neighbors were friendly. We would stop here again.

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We stay at this park twice each year as we travel through Texas. It is well maintained with pride of ownership evident throughout. The sites are nicely spaced and level. The manager provides an escort to the site and goes out of his way to make sure everything is ok. Easy access to freeway but traffic noise is minimal. We only travel during the off season so we don't take advantage of the pool and other amenities which are available. Excellent cable and ok WiFi.

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We have stopped here overnight for several years. In the past year, the park appears to have cleaned up a bit. There is a nice, new, fenced dog area. They have added cable tv, which still needs some tweeking. The showers are older but are adequate and they are private which is nice. The on-site cafe was open and we had an excellent dinner there for a great price. Not a destination park, but great for overnight. We will be back.

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This was a jewel of a find. We had planned on staying in Shamrock, but both parks there were not acceptable. This pretty little park is seven miles north of Wellington next to a rest area. There is electric and water hookups, restrooms, but no showers. The sites are very large, under massive trees. There is no cable, Wi-Fi or cell phone reception, although we did receive a signal on our MiFi. We would definitely stay here again. There are on site managers. It is just beautiful.

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This is the only park in 7 years that we drove right through and did not stop. It was just too scary. We could not see where there was any spot available anyway. We tried the other park in town but it is closed. There is a wonderful county park 7 miles north of Wellington, which I have reviewed.

     

Abilene KOA

Abilene, Texas

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There are new owners, who have made major improvements at this park. The streets are nice and the showers are brand new. We stayed here a couple of years ago and are pleased to see it improved. It is easy access, great cable and Wi-Fi and nice roomy sites. We will return when traveling through.

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This is a nice enough park with nice trees and clean facilities. The owners are very nice. The only downside is freeway noise, but we are good sleepers so it didn't keep us awake. We would stay here again if passing through. Not a destination park.

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We stay at this park whenever in the Provo area and it is one of our favorites. It has lots of large trees and grass and is very pretty. It is out of town so it is quiet. The park is full a lot because of workers who are using it to live in. They seem to be transient and move around a lot, so you might want to make reservations. We were surprised to find the park full at this time of year. Facilities are mostly clean, but problems are the fault of guests and not the park. We will stay here again. The park owners are doing their best to keep it nice.

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This is a beautiful park. The paved sites have to be the longest we have seen. The sites are set to make it look like a street in a small American town. Each site has grass and a street light. The cable and Wifi are excellent. Showers are perfect. We would definitely stay here again. Very nice!

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This really is a perfect RV park. It is spotlessly clean and well maintained. The individual private bathrooms/showers are home-like. The staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are huge, nice gravel with paved patios and nice, clean patio tables. The WiFi and cable are excellent. I have no complaints whatsoever about the park and it remains one of our favorites.