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The good news they are redoing the park with a new pool and rec area, it is going to be beautiful. Now during the construction the turns are tight with lots of equipment to dodge plus most of the street signs are down making it difficult to get to your site. Was promised a satellite friendly site but the site had a tree completely over the MH, the gentlemen across the way came over and said he had changed sites because there was no way the satellite was going to work ...disappointed. Our site was a pull thru that was not long enough to keep the toad off the road, the sites are narrow and my electric cord just reached the power. Hope at sometime they redo the sites to make them more big rig friendly. A hard park to rate.

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This park is meant for longer stays with its great location near Monterey and Carmel by the Sea. There are no pull thru sites all back in not good for over nighters. The sites are private with convent hook ups. It is about 1/3rd of a mile to the ocean with a great walk along the dunes. The office staff was great with easy check in we had a change of plans and they cheerfully accommodated us. Great service is getting harder and harder to find in RV parks. We will return when in the area.

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This KOA is perfectly located for exploring San Fransisco, Bodega Bay, Dry Creek, Sonoma wine area and even Napa is doable. You could easily spend a week in the area and Petaluma is a charming town to be centered in. We were there during Mothers Day weekend and the park was completely full. There is a lot for kids to do but there is very little supervision by KOA we had kids and adults cut through our site both walking and riding a bike. Very loud at night with no quiet time and no KOA employee to be found. Driving thru the park was an adventure with bikes and very little kids cutting in front of you. We love to camp with our grandkids but this park was not safe. The park is built on a hill and the sites are not level, there was weak water pressure and hookups in an awkward location. We had the feeling the employees where over whelmed and had lost control. Only the location will bring us back.

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Sites and road are asphalt with grass between the sites. Lots of big trees and the limbs could use trimming. The hook-ups are at the back of the site and took two hose to reach the sewer. The ducks are a nuisance and dirty. This is an older park that could use a face lift, it could be 10 if done right. The roads are narrow with very tight turns. But overall it is a pleasant stay.

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The difference between a privately run campground and a city/county park is obvious when entering the fairground CG. The park is self check-in with no assistance or help. The CG is confusing in its lay out and probably makes sense but not to us. Asphalt roads with all grass sites, the hook-ups are confusing. The grass had not been cut in weeks and lots of deferred maintenance. The location is quiet at night with good access to the city. Because of its location and lack of options in the area we would return.

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This is a great park, wide roads, grass at every site, cement patio, easy in and out and hook-ups where they should be. Only negative is close to freeway and there is some noise.

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This is a great location to visit San Diego close to the downtown area, the zoo and Sea World just a little further. The park is filled with things for kids to do great swimming pool with a bigger one being built, rock climbing, bikes for rent and a nice play ground. The sites are average size with the hook-ups all located for easy use. The interior roads are asphalt but narrow with lots of trees we backed out of our pull thru because the normal way out was just to tight. Because of the trees getting satellite was difficult (we had to switch sites). We generally do not like KOA's but we had our grandkids with us and they had a blast, we would return with them. The service was outstanding.

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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.