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Easy in/out of park as well as the sites. Fairly wide sites with grass in between, but not very long. We couldn't fit in the assigned spot, but there were plenty of other spots to choose from. Nice store with souvenirs as well as necessities. Large dog park, but the grass is so tall we were afraid of ticks. Park is undergoing construction, so noisy trucks from early in a.m. and no cable, but the over-air channels come in very clear. Also some road noise from the nearby freeway. Wi-Fi works great. Park has bus stop for Metro bus, and is close to Metro station. Close to grocery store. Sight-seeing orientation provided every day, as well as Metro instructions. Café on site, and pool area looks beautiful. Tons of employees to answer all your questions.

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Right on the Ohio River. Tugs pushing barges through the night are noisy, but the view is worth it. No phone service (Verizon) to speak of. Gravel and dirt sites are large. Wide interior roads, but road into park is Very Narrow. No way 2 RV's could pass.

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Nice and safe for East St. Louis. Had a beautiful view of the Gateway Arch and downtown St. Louis. Good WiFi. Shuttle drivers were friendly and quick to respond. Close to Metro station. Nearby train tracks are very noisy. Website pics are NOT correct--weed-strewn gravel between sites, not grass. Paved roads and site. Easy in/out. Look for RV Park Mini Mart sign.

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Entire park is gravel with trees, easy in/out of park, Wifi was excellent and so was cable, sites are long and wide, didn't experience the dust that other reviewers spoke about, girl at check-in desk was plesant. The problem with this park is its proximity to a truck yard (noisy trucks all day long, including the constant back-up beeping), and to a race track for modifieds--nighttime races are so noisy, you can't hear much else, and the races go on until after midnight. Probably won't stop here again due to the noise issue.

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Wonderful, beautifully-manicured park with LONG cement pads (plenty of room for our 35-foot 5th wheel and truck). Good Wifi and cable. Large patio with large picnic table. Waste can at each site. Lots of grassy areas to walk the dog with no thorns, but no off-leash area. Definitely some road noise. Confusing entry (enter thru parks' main entrance), but wide roads. That being said, the park was quiet because it was closed. When the park is open, I'm sure that the screams from the nearby roller coasters will change the atmosphere dramatically.

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Easy in/out, wide roads, grass in between sites, paved sites adequate in length. Cable worked good, but for $54 a night, I expected strong Wifi, but it was terrible. Walking distance to fast food and Big K & dollar store. Some road noise, and lots of emergency vehicle sirens. Long grassy area to walk dogs, but no off-leash area.

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Some fwy noise from the 14, but not too bad. Sites are paved & long, but narrow (there's a grass strip in between each site that helps with this). No picnic tables. Wifi works well & cable TV is good, pool and spa are sparkling and inviting. Dog run is dirt and small, but the owners open up the grassy yard behind the office for off-leash dogs, which is very nice! Easy in and out, but you have to stop on an incline to check in. Roads are a bit narrow, but easy to navigate. All in all, a nice, relaxing park. We'll stay here again.

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Topock is the western-most AZ town on Route 66. This park has a nice view of Goose Lake (in the distance), a very sweet and accommodating "temp manager", and is very quiet, but that's about it. The turn in to the sites was very sharp and sandy, but the dirt sites are easy to back into. Patio slab was long. Sewer connection was on wrong side of site, so we didn't hook it up. Area filled with sticker plants, which made dog-walking difficult, and we had to pick them out of the soles of our shoes before entering the rig. Town has a marina, a general store, and a couple of gas stations and places to eat. Rate is P/A.

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No "RV" signs on the 190, so make sure you're at the RANCH and not the INN. The reservations clerk, cell reception, and the Wi-Fi get a "10", as all were great, but the rest of the park gets an 8. The sites are pretty narrow, but the road is wide enough for easy back-in. The 50-amp breaker kept blowing when we used the AC and microwave together. Even though the park is surrounded by beautiful Death Valley mountains, NO view from the RV site, which was disapointing. Dog poop everywhere. A lone coyote has made the park his home, and wanders through it daily. The pool and other amenities looked very nice. A borax museum, golf course, general store, cafe, saloon, and steakhouse are on site. Plenty of places to ride your bicycle, but lots of traffic. Having checked out the full hook-ups at the Furnace Creek NPS campground nextdoor, we'll stay there next time.

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We've given up trying to find a nice park in Las Vegas, but this is the best so far. Basically a large parking lot with hookups, spaces are tight, but able to put out awning. "Premium" spaces that back up to neighboring park are the best, being wider. Cars on the street make it a tight drive, but road in and out is fine. Located on Boulder Hwy, so there is road noise, as well as some airplane noise as it's under the landing path of the planes. Nice little doggie area (and the park behind it is super for dog-walking), but no off-leash area. Pool looked nice. Laundry room is small, but clean and newer machines. Wi-Fi is so slow that it's almost non-existent. No cable, but antenna brought in all major networks plus some others. Front desk staff EXTREMELY helpful and nice, which is why we'll go back.

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Large paved interior roads and large gravel spaces. Our back-in was HUGE, easy to get into, and had cable. Very dog friendly (Ann at the check-in desk was very popular with our pooch as she gave her lots of doggie treats), but they're not allowed on the grass near the gazebo/putting green. There are, however, 2 small off-leash areas. Donuts/bagels and coffee most mornings. Walking distance to groceries and restaurants, as well as a nail salon, pizza, and a bicycle shop. Close to casinos. Close to a great bike trail that goes by the Virgin River. Would've given it a 10 except for the mostly non-existant wifi. However, the nearby Jack-in-the-box had good wifi. Park entrance was hard to find as signs say "New RV Park" with no name. Turn east at the Smith's gas station, then right as if going into the Smith's grocery store-park is on left. We'll definitely be back.

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What a quiet and beautiful campground! LONG, WIDE pull-thru sites (back-ins were huge, too), nice picnic table area with fire pit (bundles of wood sold on the honor system in campground for $5/bundle). Plenty of places to ride bicycles and hike. Horseback rides available. Small store had essentials. 12-14 miles from groceries, wifi, and cell reception. Close to Bryce N.P. Be aware of hitchhiking critters--we found 2 mice in the truck cab eating the dog treats.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Well maintained park, all gravel. Pool is closed for the season. Extremely long pull-throughs are nice and wide. Had to use extension to sewer hose, but all others were fine. Wi-Fi great, no cable, but about 25 stations over the air. Close to downtown, groceries, restaurants. Road noise was a little loud, but tolerable. Cute little doggie area. We'll definitely stay here again.

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Rules and more rules! Can't climb on a ladder or the RV's ladder, can't park in front of the RV door, can't stay in front of the rig more than a couple minutes when hooking up. Also, was told at check-in that it's $45 for credit, and $42 for cash. I asked if we could park and come back and pay, as the cash was on the rig and the slides had to be opened to get it, but was not allowed to do that. Nice enough park, but crushed brick was always being dragged into the rig. Dog area was closed (flooded), but new area was provided, and was nice. Wi-Fi was great. Think we'll stay at the KOA next time.

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Easy in/out. Nicely maintained park with paved interior roads and gravel sites. The first spot they put us in was too narrow and short, but they moved us with no problems. The 2nd site was huge and level. WiFi & cable were great. BBQ dinner was excellent! Lovely pool area. Nice store with lots of Native American items. Just a short walk/drive to stores and restaurants. We'd definitely stop here again.