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We very much enjoyed this campground. Large sites, set back off the main highway so nice and quiet. You do drive down a gravel county road for about 1/4 mile to get to the entrance of the campground and since there has not been any rain the road was very dusty. Although the park has Wi-Fi, it did not work well at our site and our AT&T phone service did not work either. I could get both of these services if I took a walk closer to the office. We were in site 18, it was a huge grassy site with firepit and picnic table. (Fire restrictions in effect during drought.) This campground is in a great location, just a half mile to the entrance to Custer State Park, which is just amazing. Mt Rushmore was about 25 miles away. The little town of Custer (population 1800), is a great little town, good restaurants, unique shops and you can get most of the supplies you would need. We would definitely come back here again.

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This campground is sufficient for an overnight. Pull through's are long enough so you don't have to unhook and access roads were fine. There seem to be a lot of permanent residents. The sites used to have some grass on them, but because of the drought here it is mostly dead grass and dirt. They do water the tent sites along the outer edge of the campground, so there is some green. There is a barbeque restaurant on site and we enjoyed our dinner there. Not sure I would want to stay here more than a night or so, once it starts to rain again here, it might look a lot different.

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Very helpful, friendly staff. Smaller park, our site was right on the Rogue River. Everything clean and well cared for. Even flowers in the unfenced bur free green dog area. There is road noise from I-5, did not hear it inside the rig. Great location to see historic Grants Pass and Jacksonville. Don't miss the jet boat ride to Hellgate Canyon. Crater Lake is an easy day trip. We would stay here again.

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Perfect in every way! Lovely grounds, manicured lawns, and great landscaping. Large sites, easy access off the highwa. y and nice wide paved roads in the campground. Helpful, friendly staff. Excellent Wi-Fi. Quiet. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice resort, we were just surprised that they charge you $3 per dog per day when you check in. Just wish they let you know when you call to make your reservation. Staff is very helpful. We were assigned a pull through but it was very short and narrow, they quickly assigned us another site that worked out perfectly for us. Good Wi-Fi. Close to all the wineries. I would definitely stay here again.

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This KOA is about an hour from Yosemite Valley. It is set on a steep hill and the office was at the top. Sites are terraced. Very nice new laundry room, lots of washers and dryers. They charge $2 a day for pets and you get one hour of Wi-Fi a day, then it is $6. No ATT phone service. There aren't many campgrounds to choose from, especially for a large motor home, so we would probably stay here again.

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I was so disappointed in this park. We had a reservation for a full hookup, 50 amp pull through suitable for a 42' motorhome with 4 slides. We were assigned our space and could not believe how small it was or how tight the turns were to get to it. So, we get the motorhome in, can barely open all the slides, forget about the awning, my husband starts to hook us up and it is a 30 amp site! Goes back to the office and there are no 50 amp sites available. Oh well, sorry about that, the girl who took your reservation did not write it down that we had to have 50 amps. So, we are stuck in a 30 amp site for a week, can only run one a/c (and it's hot). This park is huge, many of the sites are terraced, roads are paved but narrow. When it was time to leave we had to back out of the site. If you have a rig smaller than 40' this park will be ok, but it is not big rig friendly. They do not assign you a site until you get here so there is no guarantee that one of the larger sites will be available. The good things. Lots to do if you are traveling with children: pool, petting zoo, lots of activities. Good Wi-Fi. Good location for wine country and the coast. Less than an hour to San Francisco. We will not stay here again.

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This is one of the best KOA campgrounds we have every stayed at. Spend the extra money and get one of the premium pull through sites. They have nice patios with table and umbrella, fireplace and glider. Nice lawn in between sites. None of the sites are right on the river or has a view of the river because of the woods, but it is just a short walk to a nice dock and viewing area of the river. The non premium sites are much smaller and closer together and not suitable for a big rig. There was a nice pool and playground for the children, even a small catch and release pond. They are pet friendly with two fenced in dog areas, even a special bathing area with a raised tub to keep the puppies clean. My only disappointment is the campground is across the river from New Bern, so it is about a 10 minute drive into New Bern. The area is a bit industrial and there is road construction right now in front of the campground, but once inside it is just perfect. We would stay here again.

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This is a lovely park, great pull through sites, (back ins on the lake), big rig friendly, clean, beautifully maintained landscaping, pet friendly, great pool, excellent Wi-Fi and close to everything in the Brunswick area. This is by far the nicest campground in the area. We had an end pull thruugh site across from the lake, it was huge! We very much enjoyed our stay here and will return.

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We stayed here for two nights. Set in a quiet spot just a few miles off the interstate. Easy to get to. Gravel roads, but adequate. Several very long pull throughs, but the one they assigned us we could not get level. They were happy to have us choose another site which was just fine. Had plenty of room for our 42' motorhome and park the car behind with extra space. Close to all of the sites in Chattanooga. We did not use restrooms or laundry. We would stay here again. It's not fancy, but well cared for and we found the staff to be very nice and very accommodating.

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Unfortunately they will no longer allow RV parking as of August 1, 2011. We called to make a reservation for August 2nd.

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This is a very nice park. We were camped in the newer section of the park in a back in space, lots of nice green grass outside our door. The park is set back from the road so it is very quiet. The older section of the park further back, has larger trees, less grass and smaller spaces. I would not recommend a big rig for most of the spaces here. They are very pet friendly with a fenced, three acre dog park which was very nice. It did need to be mowed as there were sections with huge weeds sticking up, but overall a nice safe place to play with your pet. My only advice is that they provide doggie poo pick-up bags at the dog park. Seems that many people feel that they didn't have to pick up after their pets, which is too bad. This park is expensive for a non RV resort but it is well kept, has a friendly and helpful staff and has a great location for visiting Durango. We would stay here again.

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This is a very nice campground, with easy access to Mesa Verde National Park. Spaces are good sized even though they are back to back hookups. We had an end space which was nice so we did not have a neighbor to share door to door space with. Dog friendly, and there is a very nice town dog park adjacent to the campground as well as a town park with lots of green grass where you can go and play frisbee or ball with your pet. My only complaint is the lack of green grass. In the area where they park the motorhomes it is all gravel, you can't tell the road from the sites. The tent area does have some grass and some larger trees. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Park is immaculate. We were there over 4th of July and there were lots of families, so the pool and playground were busy. We would stay here again.

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This is the best place to stay in Moab. First, it is set back off the main highway, so it is nice and quiet. Half of the campground has been developed into a Class A motorhome park with lovely well maintained landscaping and very wide cement slab spaces. The lesser expensive spaces on this site are not yet landscaped but the slab is so large it doesn't matter, plenty of room for chairs and picnic table. There is a pool and fabulous bath house. The other side of the park is a more traditional campground, roads are paved but sites are gravel with "desert grass" in between. Very nice tent sites with shelters, large group sites. Very clean rest rooms and showers and nice laundry room. There is even a spring fed pond to swim in, kind of like the old swimming hole! The kids loved it. Staff is very friendly and helpful. And there are two very large dog parks and a nice walking trail. Beautiful views of the red rock and LaSal Mtns and 5 minutes from town or Arches NP. We look forward to our return.

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We stayed here while visiting Zion NP. It is about 20 miles from the park, and the scenery into the national park is gorgeous. Park is conveniently located near grocery, drug stores, and restaurants, but in a quiet location. We had a very spacious back in site in the "new" section. There were small trees on our site and a very nice lush green lawn between sites. Since we have a big rig we prefer sites without lots of big trees, makes getting in and out so much easier. We would definitely stay here again. The park staff is very friendly and helpful, and the park is dog friendly.