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This comment refers to the resort portion of the park. Portal is actually has two distinct sections; an ownership higher end resort and a more standard section. The resort section is exceptional. Very large paved sites, many with a patio or pergola and additional concrete parking. There is a nice pool and the landscaping is very nice. Distance between sites is also excellent. There is a nice dog run area that is green and well maintained. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The Wifi is the only negative as its prone to quit or slow down but when it's on it's very good. AT&T provided a good back up. Great place. Highly recommended.

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This park is not a good campground for rigs over 40'. The interior roads are paved as are the parking pads-- this is good. Problem though is the pads are very narrow and quite short. They are also very tight. So are some of the interior roads. Our 40' with tow in a pull-through hung off the pad front and rear. When you step out of your coach you are immediately on uneven and, in some cases, a steep slope. Add to this the pads basically share the water post and electric. This is OK but there are two sewer accesses places. We could not reach ours even with two long hoses. The restrooms were just OK, door locks on the stalls broken and they weren't that clean. Trees prevented us from getting satellite but a few sites probably could-- we asked beforehand but they stuck us under a big tree. No cable TV either. All in all we will never stay here again. I cannot recommend a place with such high cost for low quality-- even if you don't have a "big rig".

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Interesting park. Previous reviews seemed to indicate management issues. I have to say we had a very pleasant and helpful check in. There is no cable TV but we found the site offered good satellite reception. so e sites though are probably too shaded. Interior roads are gravel as are the pads. Some turns are a little tight for a 40'+ but no problem if you take it easy. Management waters the roads to minimize dust which is really helpful. Wifi proved very good. A great feature of this park though is the fact that the Durango Silverton stea m train passes right through the park. Really, really fun.

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This is a class A only resort. It is the best we have seen and we stay at many throughout our travels. This is a very small resort with about 27 or so sites. All roads and pads are concrete. Sites have a very nice covered patio area. There is a fantastic club house and huge deck overlooking a nice stream. Management is top notch. There are weekday continental breakfasts and many nights with a happy hour. Wifi about the best we have seen at rv parks. All sites are back in but are wide and with able assistance you are in straight without thinking!

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This is a great place to stay if visiting Rocky Mountsins National Park as it is the closest to the park entrance. Great views of the mountains from most sites but since this park has a s hated pedestal layout not all look the same direction. Problem here is the gravel-- mostly dirt interior roads and parking-- lots of dust! Some sites aren't level. This park though is very good for big rigs. Great satellite reception. Internet was pretty good-- lots of towers but some through put issues. Even with the minor flaws this is a very good rv park and we will return.

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good overnight stop if on I70. There are just a few pull thrums so I suggest reservations. Wifi was OK but we really just used ATT access point. Site was open with no shade. All pads an.

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This was a new park for us and we really like it. Will stop again. All concrete-- pad and roads. Wifi is good. Spaces are fairly wide and long enough to keep the tow hooked up. Friendly and helpful staff. This is a great place to stop when passing through or in the area.

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We have stayed here several times before as it is a good stop for an overnight. It would be a great place to stay if visiting Springfield. Sites and roads are gravel which is naturally dusty but the sites are relatively wide and long enough for big rigs with tow. Nice and helpful staff. Wifi is OK. Some highway noise but not bad at night.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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Very narrow and confusing interior roads. Gravel and muddy sites. Highway noise was high. Somewhat typical KOA--gravel and narrow interior roads and gravel sites. Very friendly staff. Sites are very close together. One thing to know is this campground is a long way from Denver. Long way to the trash dump. Very tight turn into and out for big rigs. Not a great stop for us. We won't return.

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Somewhat typical KOA-- gravel and narrow interior roads and gravel sites. Very friendly staff. Sites are very close together. One thing to know us this campground is a long way from Denver.

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This review is for the resort portion, which is top notch. The campground area seems very nice but has gravel parking and sites are closer together. In the resort, wide streets and very wide concrete pads. Some are pull-through but some are pull-in with pretty views of the nearby hills. Most sites are well landscaped, some with large patios. The restroom and showers are very nice, as is the pool. Wi-Fi also very strong and good. This is by far and away the best place to stay in Moab. It is very convenient to town as well as the vast number of things to do in the area. The management is also a major plus. One thing to remember is most campgrounds in Moab fill up fast and the resort here is booked well ahead. Plan accordingly.

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Gravel sites are mostly level. Very close to the highway, so truck noise. Pull-throughs are a little short for 45' including a tow. Most fit, though. Very nice owners. Laundry was nice with sufficient number of machines--not much folding room though. Restrooms clean and nice. Wi-Fi adequate. Would stay again if in the area.

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We have stayed here twice before but this time seemed like things are headed the wrong way. Check in was just Ok. The interior roads and pull throughs are still great however for big rigs. Convenient to east or westbound travel. Old town St Charles isn't what it used to be either. Our main issue however was with the cable TV system. Seems they don't have digital cable so they wanted to loan is a digital converter box to use the analog cable. To do so, I would have had to run a cable through a window and somehow connect it to the tv. Wouldn't happen or work. The box carries a $35 deposit. This is probably not completely the park's fault but the way they treated us and talked down to us about the situation was an insult that can't be overlooked. Seems like they should upgrade their system like other parks across the country or don't advertise they have cable. WiFi also was subpar so couldn't use it.

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Very nice park. Concrete pads and interior roads. Fake grass otherwise. Clean and convenient bathrooms. Good laundry. Convenient to the freeway. Close to casinos. Will stay again.

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Also a $6 per day occupancy tax. This is probably the only RV park with relatively good access to San Francisco. About a half mile to the ferry and a similar distance to the bus. Ferry takes about 45 minutes and runs a limited weekend schedule. The park is also convenient to Point Reyes National Seashore (about one hour on a beautiful road). Very crowded park--big rigs with a slide out on both sides are provided two sites. All are back in. Unhook at check in. Staff were truly great--very nice and very informative--a real positive. Restrooms were clean but reminded me of those in military barracks.