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This is a gem of a State Park, with very helpful and friendly staff at check in. Interior roads are nice and wide and big rig friendly, all well laid out and easy to get to sites. Our full hook up site was very spacious, with plenty of room for our towed. Our concrete pad was a long and level pull through with plenty of privacy between sites, there was some grass and shade trees. All sites have a shaded picnic table, and fire ring in a gravel area off the main pad. We had wonderful views of the mountains and it was very quiet. The bathrooms were modern and clean and the laundry was well equipped with four washers and four dryers and spotlessly clean. Very pet friendly with plenty of places to walk your pet, on a leash of course! No Wifi but cell was fine. The Colorado River is next to the park and there is also a bike path that connects to the park. Food stores, restaurants are close by, and of course the incredible Colorado National Monument is a must see! We would most definitely stay here again, the camp ground hosts work so hard to keep this park looking immaculate, this is how all parks should be run and maintained.

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This campground is just off the freeway, so there is some road noise, it's also an X-KOA and showing signs of age. Interior roads are gravel and big rig access is fine. Our site was spacious and we had space for our towed, there was no privacy between sites, there were some shade trees and a picnic table. The gravel pad was a level pull through. There were quite a lot of long term residents but their sites were fairly tidy. The ladies bathrooms are very old and dirty, paint and wallpaper peeling off the walls, a major overhaul is desperately needed here, the laundry is huge and well equipped with plenty of washers and dryers, and fairly clean. Very pet friendly with a dog park, pick up bags and disposal station. Wifi and AT&T signal are good. We would stay here again, but only as an overnighter, it's very handy for the freeway, and the little cafe does good food at breakfast and dinner time, just avoid the dreadful bathrooms!

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This is such a nice little campground and a wonderful find, everything is well maintained and staff were very friendly and helpful at check in, and using PA it really was great value. The whole campground is gravel, and big rig access is very good. Our site was a very wide and level pull through, plenty of space for our towed, so no need to unhook if you are only here for a one night stopover, as we were. The campground is located about 4 miles from the 1-10, so very quiet with no road or train noise. The bathrooms and laundry were clean. Very pet friendly with two dog parks. Wifi was okay and AT&T was good. We would stay here again.

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What a gem! This is a very well maintained State Park, with helpful and friendly staff at check in. Interior roads are asphalt and big rig access is good. Our site was very spacious with plenty of space to park our towed, lots of privacy between sites and some shade trees with a picnic table and barbecue. Our very long and level pull through pad was also asphalt and we had incredible views of the Santa Catalina Mountains from our RV. The bathrooms are new and spotlessly clean, no laundry. Very pet friendly with lots of lovely walking trails. No WiFi and AT&T cell was very marginal. This wonderful park is quiet during the day and night, and despite feeling as if you are miles from anything, food stores and restaurants are very close by. We would stay here again.

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This is a well maintained RV Resort, staff were helpful at check in. Interior roads are paved and big rig access is good for most sites, however some of them are very tight, including the one we stayed in. We had a pull in site which was just long enough and had a great view of a freeway sign, our site was level with a concrete pad and had zero privacy. The pull in sites purport to have a mountain view, some do, some don't, so be careful when choosing your site! We would not stay here again, there are better RV Parks in Camp Verde.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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This is a fairly well maintained KOA, but starting to show a few signs of age. Interior roads are gravel and big rig access was good. Our gravel pad was a long and level pull through, and our site was spacious with plenty of space for our towed, shade trees at most sites along with a picnic table and fire ring, there was no privacy between sites. There was some road noise during the day, but it was very quiet at night. We had a peek of the mountains from our RV. The bathrooms were dated but very clean and the laundry was clean and well equipped. Pet friendly with a Kamp K9, doggie bags and disposal station. Wifi was excellent and AT&T signal was good. There are a couple of small food stores in town along with a few places to eat, we ate at Arshel's, a small diner with good food and good prices! We would stay here again.

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This is a well maintained RV Resort with friendly staff at check in. Interior roads are paved and big rig access is good. We had a long and level concrete pull through site, space for our towed, and a picnic table. There was no privacy between sites and we had road and plane noise pretty much 24/7. We had a peek of the lovely mountains from one side of our RV. The bathrooms were clean and the laundry clean and well equipped. The kids seemed to enjoy the playground, clubhouse and pool, however I saw few parents bothering to supervise them. There is a security gate 24/7, which we liked. Pet friendly with pick up bags. Wifi was bad. As a previous reviewer mentioned, we also had problems with the sewer placement at the very rear of the site, we had to use forty feet of hose, fine for a rear dump 5th wheel but totally in the wrong place for a motorhome towing. We would stay here again, but only as an overnighter.

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This is a well maintained campground with helpful and friendly owners. Interior road is hard packed gravel and big rig access is good. Our level pull through site was also hard packed gravel, very spacious with plenty of room for our towed, there was grass between each site with a picnic table, barbecue and some shade trees. A little road noise during the day, but very quiet at night. Views around in all directions. The bathrooms and the laundry were dated but clean. Pet friendly but no dog walk or pick up bags. Wifi was excellent, best Wifi we have ever had in all our trips! And AT&T signal was strong too! The small restaurant on site was very convenient, and the food was excellent.There are a couple of small grocery stores and restaurants in Arco, but not much else. We would stay here again, it's not a destination resort, but for us it was perfect for a couple of days.

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This is a gem of a campground, with very helpful and friendly owners. Interior roads are hard packed dirt, big rig access is good. Our site was a very spacious pull through grass site with full hook ups, of the 10 sites only two were 50amp, we had a picnic table, fire ring and plenty of space for our towed. Spectacular location along the Salmon River with views in all directions, several sites back directly onto the river, it was all very peaceful and quiet. The bathrooms and laundry were dated but clean. Very pet friendly with plenty of places to walk your pet. Wifi was good but there was no AT&T signal. No food stores close by, but there is a small mercantile that stocks the basics in Stanley about 20 miles away. Stanley is a wonderful little town, with a great visitor center, we left with an armful of great information on what to see and do. We highly recommend eating at 'Stanley Sluice Alehouse', it has an eclectic menu, and also the best food we have had for a long time. There is so much to see and do in this breathtaking area, scenic drives, ghost towns, wildlife, pristine rivers, the list is endless, but note some attractions close down after October 1st. We would stay here again, in fact we extended our stay here twice, hard to leave this great campground!

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This is a well maintained campground with helpful staff at check in. Interior roads are paved and big rig access was average. Our level gravel pull through pad was spacious, and we had a separate space to park our towed, there was a fire ring and picnic table as well. The bathrooms were modern and clean as was the laundry. Pet friendly with 3 dog walk areas and pick up bags. Wifi and AT&T were both good. We only stayed for one night so I can't comment on food stores or restaurants close by. We would stay here again, it's a quiet location and perfect for us as a one night stopover.

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This is a fairly well maintained campground, staff were friendly and helpful at check in. Interior roads are asphalt and big rig access is good. Our site was paved and we had a spacious level pull through with space for our towed, not a lot of privacy between sites though. There was a concrete patio with a picnic table, no shade trees, but other sites had them. We had a wonderful view of the Clearwater River, and we found the campground to be very quiet, we were here for three days and heard no trains. There are some long term residents, but their sites were neat and tidy. Bathrooms were modern and very clean and the laundry was well equipped and clean too. Pet friendly with pick up bags but no disposal station. Wifi was poor and AT&T signal was non existent. There are a couple of food stores in Orofino as well as a few restaurants. We would stay here again, however the campground does get very full at the beginning of October, the start of fishing and hunting season.

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This is a rustic slightly neglected family oriented campground, staff were pleasant at check in. Interior roads are gravel, and big rig access was fair. Our level gravel pull through site was wide enough but not long enough to leave our towed connected. There was not a lot of privacy between sites, there were plenty of trees and we had a picnic table and fire ring, we also had a peek of the small lake through the trees. The older style bathrooms had been updated and were clean, the laundry was adequate. Fairly pet friendly with pick up bags. Wifi was okay and AT&T signal was adequate. This campground is located next to the train tracks and a very busy road, so noise is pretty much 24/7. The road into and out of the campground is pretty rough too. We would not stay here again.

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This wonderful Resort is for class A only, staff were very helpful from the moment we arrived and we were escorted to our site. Interior roads are paved and big rig access is good. We had a beautiful tier two developed pull in site which was very spacious, plenty of space for our towed and lots of privacy due to the incredible landscaping. We had beautiful patio furniture, and a few steps down off the patio we had a gas fire pit and more comfy furniture. The views over the mountains and Flathead lake were stunning. Despite being adjacent to a small local airport we found it to be quiet, and enjoyed watching the few small planes that took off and landed here. Main bathrooms and laundry were up at the adjoining KOA, both were spotless, and there was a small satellite building with more bathrooms and small laundry. Very pet friendly with a dog run, pick up bags and disposal station. Wifi was poor but AT&T was good. There are plenty of food stores and restaurants in Polson. We would stay here again, however we felt the price was a little high, but justified by the great views.

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This is a fairly well maintained, family oriented campground, staff were very friendly and helpful at check in. Interior roads are gravel and showing end of season wear and tear, big rig access is fine. Our level back in gravel site was spacious, with plenty of space for our towed, privacy between sites and a picnic table. There were shade trees around, but not on our site, it was very quiet. We had a wonderful view of the mountains from our RV. The bathrooms and laundry were a little dated but very clean. Very pet friendly with a pet walk, pick up bags and disposal station. Wifi was good and AT&T signal was fair. Food stores and restaurants are to be found in Anaconda or Butte, only a short drive in either direction. Very easy access on and off the 1-90 and there is plenty to see and do in the area. We would stay here again.

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This is a very well maintained campground, with friendly and helpful staff at check in, we also had a friendly escort take us to our site. Interior roads are gravel and big rig access was fine. Our gravel pad was a long, level and spacious pull through, with plenty of space for our towed. Privacy between sites, shade trees, grass and a picnic table. There was some road noise during the day, but it was quiet at night. This campground runs alongside the Yellowstone River, so we had wonderful views of the river and the mountains from our RV. The bathrooms were modern and beyond spotless, and the laundry was spotless too and well equipped with four washers, four dryers, ironing board and plenty of hanging and folding space! Very pet friendly with a lovely dog walk by the river and plenty of pick up bags and disposal station. Wifi was average and AT&T signal was poor. We did not unhook our towed so local amenities were not used. We would stay here again, pride of ownership is obvious from the second you check in, and we can see why they have a very loyal following year after year.