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Park is almost right next to 6 Flags. We were there for RV repairs. Staff is excellent and very helpful. They rent out bikes, 3 wheelers et.al. for the kids...they love it!

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We had stayed here once before and wanted our old pull-through site 51 because of its closeness to the dog walking area and the dumpster (we have 3 Newfoundlands). Unfortunately it was spoken for, but upon arrival...the site was available. They had moved things around for us! We agree...it's a very nice park. The dog walking area has expanded and the facilities overall are much improved with the new owners. Out of all the RV parks in the area (and we checked them all out), this is the nicest, by far. Easy access to Table Lake and all the water sports, around 4 miles from the strip...and no RR or busy highway nearby!

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This was a midway stop for us meeting up with friends. Spending 2 nights because we hate gearing up and down for 1 day. This is about as basic a park as you can find. The $15 Passport America rate inclused $2 for 50 amps. There is no longer a lake because Colorado cut off the water supply. The water, sewer and electric worked fine, but that's all the "park" offers. We're not sure we properly parked our motorhome, but there was plenty of room for others if we screwed up. It's a small, family owned operation with no management on site. They come in the evening to collect the money.

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The pros and cons from prior reviewers are reasonably accurate. The park is old, has numerous permanent sites and isn't laid out well, but it more than met our needs. Our site was a pull-in and it faced Pikes Peak. Traffic noise is considerable, but tolerable. Traffic in the Denver/Colorado Springs area is horrific...reminds me of Atlanta...but what a lovely area of the country! If you have some time, visit Golden...wow!

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There are few RV parks in the area that have either full hookups or the ability to handle bigger rigs. This park knows that and you pay for the privilege of staying there. It is very convenient to the area. We were in a site farther back from Colfax Rd and a hill protected us from the I-70 noise. We have 3 dogs and they charge you an extra $3 a day for each dog over 2.

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The rv campsites are all gravel, but very level and well laid out. It's a beautiful facility, very well maintained. There is adequate distance between sites.

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I'm not sure we're talking about the same park! Yes, the staff are excellent and very helpful. But the view is mostly of the car dealership and other businesses...mostly closed. The hills and mountains are in the distance. There are numerous sites occupied by junk campers...the worst one at entrance. They claim to have a water park, but it appears to be only a fire hydrant type device that they turn on when necessary. It is convenient to the area though.

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This is one of 2 premium RV parks near the West entrance to Yellowstone National Park. In fact, it's only a few blocks from the entrance. Very convenient, although many of the sights to see in the park can be 20 or 30 miles away. Most of the campgrounds in the park are older, smaller, and have no hook ups.

     

Cody KOA

Cody, Wyoming

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There are 3 or 4 other campgrounds in Cody...maybe a bit cheaper, but this one is the roomiest, and it's just out of town. A lot less busy and less noisy. It's not a beautiful campground, but more than adequate. Besides, they have free pancakes each morning from 7-9 am. Everything else is extra. We made the right choice staying here. It's close to most everything you want to see, and there's a lot to see in Cody. Think Buffalo Bill Cody. A couple of extra dollars will get you one of the super sized pull throughs.

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Pretty much everything said is true. As with most campgrounds, it' located near the interstate and a railroad line. For some reason the trains blow their horns constantly. You get used to it.

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We were interested in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Badlands. This park was almost at the entrance! It's owned by the local foundation. There are a few typical tourist sites, like a couple of small museums, horseback riding, entertainment venues, but the park is the main attraction...and WHAT an attraction. This RV park provides what you need to enjoy the area. It wasn't packed at this time of year. Things were just opening up. We have a 42' Winnebago Tour and we've been in tighter spots. It was dry so only a little dust...but this is the Badlands after all!

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It's just off I -94 next to the Days Inn. It's just a gravel lot with full hookup sites and long pull-throughs. It's relatively barren. But it's open and you can get satellite. No picnic table or fire ring. I must have interrupted the front desk clerk from her computer games. Matter of fact, zero personality. Use of the entertainment facilities are an extra $8 per person per day. You can join them for continental breakfast for $2 per person. There are very few campgrounds along I-94 in North Dakota unless you want to put on 600+ miles per day. So they've got you. RVers appear to be second class citizens here, but it's good for an overnight.

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It's right off Hwy 33. Convenient to Duluth/Superior. We thought they were remodeling...because the whole campground needs upgrading...but they were just opening for the season. Everything is old and dingy, but the sites were adequate and have full service.

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It's a very large, very beautiful state park with a shore line on the Lake Wissota. It's a beautiful state park with plenty of outdoor activities. As with most state parks, mosquitoes are plentiful, so come prepared.

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Wonderful park...on the lake...just beautiful. A few pull thru sites w/full hookups. A really natural location in the middle of an urban area. Just about a mile off I-75. No traffic noise. Near Macon. Wish it was closer to Atlanta. We'll be back!