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Have visited 49 states and 10 Canadian Provinces/Territories and stayed on over 280 campgrounds/RV Parks and Resorts in our motorhome.

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This RV Park was more than satisfactory for a short stay while visiting family and touring the Oklahoma State Capitol and Oklahoma City National Memorial. Although close to I-35, surprisingly quiet. There appears to be two section of the campground, with the newer one and new office under construction but near completion. When arriving along I-35 frontage Road, look for the large sign at the north entrance. Temporary office is the only building in the older section. When complete this will probably be a solid "8" or better.

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Great place to stay if visiting Albuquerque, or even Santa Fe as we did. Helpful and friendly staff. Site a bit tight be more than acceptable. Coming in from the West at Exit 166, we had trouble with what was an almost immediate left on Skyline Drive after coming in off the I-40 Ramp and making a right.

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This was an incredible campground, convenient off I-40, large (yet quite), immaculate. One of the best pool and Spa set-ups, playground and separate ares for waling pets. Internal street wide. Friendly staff. Site easy to enter and exit. Love the buried RV at the entrance which put a smile on our faces after a long day on the road. Simply one of the half-dozen best of more than 300 different campgrounds and RV parks we've stayed at!

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We have stayed at this RV park several times before traveling both east and west along I-40. It is a predictably well above average campground, always lean with a friendly, helpful and welcoming staff! Conveniently located just of I-40 with fuel and other services easily available. Definitely recommend.

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This was a convenient campground for visiting friends and family in the area. As a result, we did not spend much time there. Clean. It appears that there are mostly permanent or semi-permanent residents. Interior roads are navigable, but can be a bit tight even for a 35' motorhome. Owner wonderful and very helpful. We would not hesitate to stay here in the future.

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We loved this campground! The park in immaculate with wide internal roads. The staff very pleasant and welcoming. Complementary coffee and popcorn at the office. Despite its proximity to I-17, it was surprisingly quiet. Free shuttle service to and from the Cliff Castle Casino, also within walking distance, which has an eclectic group of restaurants (we loved Johnny Rockets, a retro-50s style eatery with 5-cent juke boxes at every table. There are some ants around the pad sites, but the staff responds quickly to keep this potential issue under control. I would definitely plan to stay here again if in the area!

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We enjoyed out stay. Our site was clean and easy to access. Staff very friendly and helpful. Friday and Saturday breakfasts were a plus! Like many KOAs, a bit pricey.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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We loved this RV park and the owner is delightful. It was immaculate. Throughout the campground, there were chairs and tables where you can sit and relax. Although it does not offer cable, for us that is pretty much of an incidental issue, particularly as over-the-air digital aerial was available. After dinner we walked much the town and passed each of the other campgrounds, none of which seemed to compare to Kanab RV Corral.

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This is a lovely campground, clean and, interestingly, instead of grass had an AstroTurf area between each site. Interior roads were very wide. The signage was excellent until on Lincoln Drive when my GPS "suggested" a different route. One additional sign might be helpful. Despite the high price, I would not hesitate to stay there again if in the Reno area.

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This RV park is very convenient from I-80. The owners are wonderful and dedicated people. The property was clean and, although we do not travel with children, they had loads of activities for them, including an ice cream socials ... which even us "big kids" took advantage of! They also keep a small group of hens from which we were given fresh eggs which we used for a breakfast. The site was a bit tight but it really wasn't an issue for us. We'd stay here again anytime!

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This is a very lovely, very clean and well-manicured campground. The staff was wonderful. They have a wide, grassed buffered area between the sites facing the river with picnic tables and a glider where you can sit and enjoy a cup of coffee (morning) or glass of wine (later in the day) and watch the changing surface of the water, birds, including a humming bird, and fish jumping. While it was quite hot during our visit, along the river's edge the temperature was as much as 20 degrees cooler. Highly recommended!

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This is a small and intimate campground bordering the Rogue River. While the many of the sites are tight, our 35' motor home and the 42' one next to us were able to back in to our sites with out any trouble, and still had room for our tow vehicles. There are locations to sit and watch the river as well as a beach. Throughout the park, there is a collection of unique and eclectic wood carvings and metal sculptures which were made by the prior owner. The couple who currently own the par could not have been any nicer, friendlier or more helpful ... from check-in to assisting is back into our site. We would highly recommend accessing the campground from Exit 48 off I-5 and traveling north on the Rogue River Highway as opposed to exiting further north and trying to navigate the Grant Pass traffic and confusing roads. We also found getting gas easier in Rough River (exit 48) than at any of the stations we tried to access in Grant Pass.

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This is a beautiful and impeccably well-maintained RV Park. The staff was incredibly helpful, both when checking in and during our stay. The delicious $5.00 Saturday and Sunday breakfasts gave us chance to meet a number of other guests ... some, like us, in for just a few days ... and others who live there on a permanent basis. Great gift shop. However, even the long-term resident sites were clean and uncluttered. There is a wide walking trail around the campground overflowing with wild blackberries which you can collect, if you don't eat all of them along the way. While there, we had a problem with our fresh water connections on a Sunday no less. However, the staff was able to give us the name and phone number of John at Stellar RV who came out on Sunday to assist us and again on Monday to finish the job. The sites are admittedly a bit tight but would not deter us from returning or wholeheartedly recommending this RV Park!

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This campground in an oasis in an otherwise industrial area ... and once there, you feel like you're country. It was clean, the staff friendly and helpful and in our site and those around us, we looked out on the campground's 9-hole golf course. Extremely convenient to the city of Astoria (in fact we could see the Astoria Column form our site) and Fort Stevens State Park. Having driven by all of the other RV parks in the area, this one is clearly heads and shoulders the BEST! Would recommend to anyone.

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A small and very clean campground. The staff were very helpful with recommendations on local places to visit and eat (including a great Mexican place in Bingen). There is a convenience store and gas station immediately adjacent to the RV park making refueling very convenient. The campground is located closely between WA-14 to the north and BNSF railroad between it and the Columbia River. Interestingly, we did not find the noise to be nearly as bad as we'd feared. While located directly across the Columbia from Hood River, it is NOT recommended to take a large RV across the Hood River Bridge as we unknowingly did, which is extremely narrow. A better option is to cross at Cascade Locks to the west or The Dalles to the east. From passing many other RV parks up and down the river, this one is clearly the best!