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Most sites only had electric and water. Passbook America is only good M to F. I'm certain the nearness to Green Bay accounts for the daily rate. Dust and pig manure prevalent. Turns to mud when it rains. The only grass I saw was on and around sites, so your dogs are pooping on someone else's site.

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Getting to the parks location initially concerned us, but once inside, wow! A beautiful park, right on the Lake...and close to town.

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Everyone has pretty much stated all the facts. The biggest issue is lack of sewer hookup. We were only here for 3 nights, so not much of a problem. Otherwise, you have to use a "honey wagon" or call an off site vendor. The canal and ships are the real draw.

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Monamonaco said it best. It appears that only the camp host, who was excellent, knew where the 30 & 50 amp sites were. We had to move once and it rained the entire 2 days we were there. It'a very nice park. I think it's primary function is to accommodate ATV enthusiasts. There were some beauties here.

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They charge an extra $5 a day for electricity when it's hot. They only accept cash or checks. Many of the sites are seasonal or for full time residents. There were only 3 pull-through sites with full hookups and these were more than adequate. They have a bar/lounge on the grounds that draws local residents as well as guests. You have to have a reason for coming to Coloma, or just passing through. The business sector is slowly disappearing. There are small nearby lakes for recreation. The new owners have been there for a couple of years now and are slowly making improvements.

     

Newton KOA

Newton, Iowa

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This is a basic park for a KOA, but after spending 2 nights we found it more than adequate. They were working on improvements our entire stay, including adding 8 new sites. The picnic tables and fish cleaning table need refinishing and the grass needed to be mowed more often. There are a limited number of sites with 50 amp service. Water pressure is 85#s, so I put on a pressure regulator. Nonetheless, we had the best pressure ever for a shower.

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When we first drove into the park, I asked the wife what were we going to pay! Not much actually for a premier park. Everything said is true. The owner spent $1,000,000 on concrete...and it's everywhere. Almost too much actually, but there's plenty of room to walk the dogs and a dog park. Everything about this facility is first class. WiFi was down due to a severe lightning strike, but they were working on it as we left.

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It looks like a basic park, but the layout is more than adequate. It is very well maintained and the owners are there 24/7. We were in a new big rig area and while a bit close the sites were more than adequate. It's more of a layover park, because Oakley is a very small town. We didn't see any permanent residents and the owners make sure the rules are abided by. It's unusual to find a park where smoking is prohibited everywhere but inside your RV or just off the property.

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Quite unusual. Very unique and much more than an RV park. They have 4,000 head of buffalo that they use for meat and breeding. Even Ted Turner buys them! We planned on 2 nights, but are doing 4 to do most of what is provided at the park and to go to Cheyenne. Passport America rate is good for one night, but they still give you a break for additional nights. The park appears rustic, because it was made that way. It's been around a long time, so there are areas that are "weathered". The big rig sites are 80' long, but there isn't much room between them. I didn't hear anyone complaining though, including us. The dog walk area is huge and the different entertainment venues have plenty of room as well.

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We came to Laramie to visit the prison and a couple of museums as we continued our trip. It's definitely on the interstate and within a mobile home community, but there are thousands of mobile homes in this town. We have a 42' motor home, and while tight, there was room to open all slide-outs, a 50 amp circuit and our satellite dish worked fine. All in all, it's a very decent park.

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It's a small park in a small town under new ownership. It's very well kept compared to the last KOA we stayed at. It has everything a camper could need. They have sites for every kind of unit, including VIP type sites with patios and even one with its own fenced area and hot tub. The dog run is a little small for big dogs, but we got by. The staff are just awesome. We and others have noticed that KOA rates have been going up.

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We came to see Devils Tower and the campground is within feet of the entrance. We were initially disappointed with the place because it looked so rough. However, the Tower park and KOA were just coming up to speed for the season. Late May and we had tons of room. The roads and sites are gravel...not dirt. Our area was really rough...site had plenty of room, but the gravel was barely wide enough for our MH. This is one of the parks where they save everything, including junk. It's not a picturesque campground, that's for sure, but it serves its purpose.

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The season was just starting, so lots of preparation going on. One of the oldest KOA franchises and the new owners take their work seriously. Yes, the sites are a bit close, but everything else was excellent! Loads of open space to walk your dogs and a very large fenced in dog area. Cable was included. Every service you would need. Very caring and helpful staff. Only a couple of miles to the Badlands National Park. We'd stay there again.

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Staff were excellent. Very helpful. Roads and sites are gravel. Plenty of room between sites! This KOA would get a higher rating if it wasn't so close to the interstate. The truckers are brutal, especially the ones who engine break. Otherwise, it has everything you need.

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It's a pretty basic RV park, but great for boaters or fishermen. We just stayed here for one night. The park is just across from the lake. It has its own historic church on the grounds. The sites are roomy and well separated. The park is quiet. The water supply is well regulated and even softened! There is a 1 1/2 tour boat ride available after Memorial Day.