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The KOA is easy to find and you could not ask for a better location to camp. We stayed the Tuesday after Labor Day and the check in procedure was easy but much of their staff had left to go back to school and there was no one to take us to our sites. The restaurant was not fully staffed and things were very slow. Our sites were back in sites on grass. They were level and all of the utilities that were advertised worked.

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I had called for a week trying to get a site with hook ups and stopped by on my way south to Rawlins WY to see if by chance they had a cancelation and decided to camped in the no hook up for 1 night. The site I was assigned was kind of narrow and in order to put out my slides where they did not encroach on the road my steps were right on top of the wooden border. It was very quite and peaceful. I took my dog out for a walk in the morning as was able to get some good pictures of the Teton Mountains as well as several animals.

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We stayed one night on the way to Yellowstone NP. The staff was very friendly and showed us to our site after getting registered. The sites are gravel but were level front to back and side to side. The park was full because of a college football game the next day. The sites are a little close together but there was enough room for a picnic table. All of the utilities worked. The wifi was adequate but a little slow.

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The sites are gravel and since the park is built on a hill the sites are terraced. My site needed some boards to level side to side. My site was the bottom site so I had a great view of the valley! Beautiful sunset the first night. All of the utilities worked very well the wifi was excellent. The staff was very pleasant from the lady who checked us in to the guys who took us to our site as well as the maintenance guys who stopped by and checked with us and chatted. The one negative is the RV park is several miles from any town.

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We have stayed at Yellowstone Grizzly RV on two different occasions as a group. once in 2010 and again in 2106. The park is the nicest park in the Yellowstone area and it improved from 2010 to 2016 because they added a pavilion for use by groups. The pavilion has sliding doors so it can be used in both hot weather with them open and cold weather by closing the doors. The sites are mostly crushed rock and are fairly level. There are trees (more than one on each site) fairly close to each pad and some of our group with larger trailers had to jockey back and forth some to be able to get all their slides out. The staff was very accommodating with any request we had.

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The campground is paved and fairly level with Electric and water hookup. We got there after dark but there was adequate lighting to get leveled and hooked up. There was a shower and bathroom near the Caverns store area but because we got there after closing did not know they were there until going on the Cavern Tour. The bathroom was clean when used before the Cavern Tour. The Caverns of Sonora made the trip off of the Interstate well worth the drive and we would stay again if in the area. I would recommend the touring the Caverns even if not spending the night in the campground.

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We are in Albuquerque at least once a year and stay here using CampClub USA and regular rates. They have always be very cordial and nice. The sites are pull through, easy to get into with the fifth wheel and fairly level. The bathrooms and showers are clean. The wifi strength has improved to an excellent level for the last couple times we were there. We have used the swimming pool and spa on several occasions and it is always clean. The accessibility of propane, newspaper among other services from the vendor on the property is a plus, I have seen him remove and replace tanks for people who need a little help. The fact that Camping World is close enough to walk to it is nice too. We have stayed here repeatedly and will continue in the future!