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This is a beautiful new park that was perfectly planned, the roads are wide, the sites are large with tables and some with BB'Qs. The pull-thus are long enough that undoing the toad would never be needed. The utilities are perfectly placed with grass between each of the sites. The pool area has ping pong tables and a pool table with a very nice pool and spa. They also have a club house and horse shoe pits. It would be an awesome spot for a rally. My wife and I took our first trip around the USA in 1972 and have visited hundreds of parks and this is one of the 5 best. It rained hard while we where there and the park drained perfectly it is just a very well thought out park.

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The only downside is that there are no pull-thus. The park is large and if you are planning just an overnight stay this is not the place. We always stay on the main golf course and it is beautiful. The people are friendly and the grounds are beautiful. We will return.

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This is a very big park, with lots of permanent residence. Asphalt roads, cement pads and mostly rock on the sites. They have lots of choices in size of sites but even the most expensive are small. With a 40 footer and toad we barely had enough room. With larger units they where forced to leak over onto the roads which made it hard to exit your site with your coach. There is very little vegetation but still had to have them trim the palm tree as did our friends in their site. Should have been done prior to arrival. The pool area is outstanding and has a resort feeling. Unfortunately the rest of the park has no charm or appeal. The entrance into the park has always been tight wish they would redo and make it wider.

     

Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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This is how a park should be maintained, the roads are hard packed gravel, the grass is green, the trees trimed and the pool clean. If all KOA's where like this they would not have such a bad reputation. Like most KOA's it is over priced but when the park is so nice you do not mind. The only minor complaint are the interior roads are a little to narrow. This our 2nd time here and the park continues to get better.

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This is just a gravel parking lot, with narrow sites and laid out with the pull-thus mostly entering every other one. So for most sites your door opens into the other camp site, no privacy. There is some road noise and like most of Wyoming the wind blows hard. Like most KOA's it is over priced and what makes this one worse, is it has no charm. We will not return.

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Tight turns small sites and the feeling of parking lot. The people who run the park do a great job but seem more interested in the dinner than the park. Gravel roads with dying grass between the narrow sites. If they had not been so nice and just rating the park it would have been a 5. The utilities where well placed. Would try and find a different park next time going thru the area.

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It had rained hard just before we arrived and the park does not drain. There was a river by the front drive and the front sites where a foot deep in water. Our site was very wet but it worked. The sewer is about 4 inches above ground and took 2 hoses to reach. It was miserable with the water and the drainage. The sites are narrow with easy access the roads are just wide enough. We will look for a different park in the area next time.

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This is a huge park and can be difficult to get around. The sites and hook-up work. Depending on how many coaches arrive at the same time the check in can take some time. We might stay here again but look for a smaller park.

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A nice park located in a beautiful area, the drive to the campground is stunning. We where just staying one night so left the toad on, the sewer was at the back and took two hoses to reach. The turns in to our site where very tight and it was difficult to get into. Check in was easy and they where friendly.

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Great overnight stop close to I80 with very little road noise. The sites are long, we did not unhook the toad. The one downside is the sites are narrow and you are sitting on your neighbors sewer line. The park is very well maintained with lots of green grass and a nice size pond. On the sites closest to the street the wifi was good and we got satellite tv. Check in was easy and they directed us to our site, the roads are wide and easy to maneuver. We would return again.

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This park is on a hill with narrow sites and just enough length for a 40 ft and toad. The roads in are asphalt but very narrow, the site is concrete also narrow once you are level your coach there is a big drop from last step to the ground. Grass between the sites is dead. You are buying location here and nothing more, the park has no more charm than a Walmart parking lot, but the hook-ups worked so that is a plus.

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No grass or rock, mostly fine dirt, which makes it impossible to keep it out of your rig. It is located at 7500 ft. so if altitude bothers you not the place to visit. The campground looks like a parking lot with no pull-throughs and units close together and very few trees. They guide you to your site and pick up trash twice a day which is nice. All of the hookups worked. The lake looks nice saw kids fishing but no fish. Estes Park and Rocky Mtn. N.P. where very busy and filled with tourists. If you can visit in the spring or fall it would be better. Would look for a different campground next time.

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This park is in need of TLC, there are weeds everywhere including where you park your coach. They have a pile of rock on site so hopefully at some point they will use it. The check-in was easy pick a site and pay your $25. The turns are tight but we did not have to unhook the toad. For us this was the only choice we where headed to Cheyenne but the rodeo was in town and no vacancy anywhere. The sign to the park is down so it is easy to miss the park it is about 4.5 miles from I25, slow down the turn in is sharp. I added a point because they have the fastest internet we have had.

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This is in a small valley and most of the sites are back-in. It is off the road with easy access and no road noise. The sites are huge with fire pit and picnic table. There is a small ugly pond not sure why it is there in the middle of the park near the office. Check-in was a mess 5 rigs arrived at the same time with no parking available. By the time the lady got to us to check us in she was rude will right if off to the stress of the situation. No one came to help her or help us park. The trash was at the far end of the camp so a long walk for those at the other end. The park is centrally located with lots to do in the area. It is more expensive than most of the other RV parks in the area not sure it is worth it. The satellite was easy and the wifi was okay during the non-busy times like most campgrounds.

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This park is on top of a hill with beautiful sunset views. Like the rest of the area, there are few trees so satellite is no problem. Our site was separated from the main campground but the campground sites looked like they had plenty of space between them. In the middle of the park are the restrooms and playground for little kids plus a big grassy are with horseshoes pits. It is out and away for shopping so bring what ever you are planning on eating. The one down side is there is no shade and it gets hot in that area. The staff was great with a free ice cream on arrival!