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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.

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Big wide concrete sites. Plenty of room. Nice grass in between. Great place to stay while visiting the wine country. Restrooms are the private all inclusive type and were always clean. Laundry room very small--2 washers, 2 dryers. We liked the park though. One problem though is the entrance-- if you aren't very careful you will miss it. Also, most rigs will need to use the opposite lane to pull in if coming from the south. Also, a GPS directs you to another not big rig friendly gate so call for directions.

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Not really for big rigs, although we had no problem. We were in a back-in that was long enough, but these are very few. This is a very small park. All gravel but level. The washrooms were clean. Mostly seasonal and full time residents but all campers were well maintained with friendly occupants. Does not take credit cards. Wi-Fi was quite good.

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Very nice state park. We stayed here as it is convenient to Crater Lake National park and has room for big rigs. This said, the road into the park is virtually one lane when in a big rig. Interior roads are adequate with care. Big rig sites are pull-throughs and we found these very nice. Good restrooms if needed. Sites are huge, with neighbors not close at all. A cool feature is the nearby logging museum that you can access via a very nice level trail that cuts under the main road. I highly recommend the museum. No Wi-Fi and with the trees no satellite. But who cares when in a beautiful area?

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Interesting park that is very convenient for visiting Portland. We were in the new section that had nice concrete pads with plenty of room for our larger motorhome. There are many permanent residents on this park but they are restricted to newer units and upkeep rules are enforced. Our only issue was the distance to the restrooms and laundry, although one restroom unit was nearby but under construction. Wi-Fi was good most of the time with numerous towers for strong signals. Some local tips: the light rail station is close with adequate parking so one can get downtown or to all parts of the city. Don't even think of driving or taking I-5 before 10 AM. Also, there is a very good (but maybe a little pricey for some) restaurant on the River nearby called Salty's. We had a very good meal while watching a great sunset there.

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Very nice park centered in the wine area of Washington. In fact ,you could walk to a series of tasting rooms. There are also restaurants within walking distance. Sites are paved but narrow. Big rigs need care pulling onto them. Staff very nice and helpful. There was a wine tasting party while we were there. Bathrooms were very nice. Would stay again.

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Nice park. We have stayed before and will stay again, as it is convenient for our visits to this area. Nice level sites bordered with mostly privacy hedges. Interior roads are paved. Good clean restrooms. Wi-Fi was good at times, slow at others so used AT&T otherwise. They do charge extra for cable TV, which is a real put off. Very nice and friendly staff.

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OK park just off of highway 20. Modified but adequate pull-throughs. Mostly back-in sites. Restrooms not so good. Wi-Fi slow but adequate for general use. Nice open areas which made the park feel like a park.

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Price represents a promotion. This is a membership club resort. This is not a good campground for big rigs, as there are narrow and confusing interior roads. Sites were not level and were dirt. Restrooms were inconvenient and uphill from most sites. Reception was unsatisfactory--long wait with one person who was there but didn't even try to help us check in. First site would not accommodate our four slides so they found us another. Why they didn't give us one that fit our rig initially is quite unacceptable. We will not stay here again.