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Nice spacious campground that is very big rig friendly. Long sites with paved patios. Sites are level. Electricity and water are good as is wi-fi and cable. Hosts are very friendly and have really improved this campground since they bought it five years ago. My only complaint is that the park needs more gravel. It rained while we were here, and we found outselves surrounded by water. Otherwise, a great place, and we would return.

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What a delightful place. Gorgeous, well-stoned RV park full of old-growth oak trees but, yet, we were still able to get our satellite. Spaces are generous and level, electricity, cable, and water were great, and wi-fi was outstanding. Several older ladies run this park and they are so pleasant. We didn't want to unhook but ran out of soft drinks, and one of them went to the store for us at no charge! You don't find many parks like this anymore. We will definitely return.

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Very attractive park with nice, long paved pull-throughs and back-ins on lake. Sites are level and electricity and water pressure are good. Only problem with this park is that the overnight sites are out of range of wi-fi and the wi-fi is terrible.

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Like many campgrounds, this one seems to have forgotten what made it successful in the first place--a clean facility with good value. They have gone up to $38-40 per night, and have now added a fee for wi-fi, a ridiculous $4.00 per day for ridiculously slow wi-fi. It's no bargain anymore and, as I sit here at look out at the hundreds of vacant spaces, I must wonder where their head is. Don't come here. It is an overpriced, aging park, that no longer is reasonably priced for what you get.

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A gem of a campground. Beautiful landscaping, neat as a pin, long pull-through sites, good water, electric and cable, and fantastic high-speed wi-fi. This park reflects the owners care and pride in the place. Outstanding for a night or a few days. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.

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Very neat and clean campground with long pull-thru sites. Much better than the typical KOA. Sites are well-stoned and level. Wi-fi is good, electric and water are good. An excellent park to which we shall return.

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Absolutely gorgeous RV park with lush green grass and beautiful trees. Level, very-long pull thru sites, good water pressure, good electricity, good cable. A very unique and useful dog run. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.

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A new park with all paved sites, good water pressure, good electricity, and at a bargain price of $20 nightly. However, there are some problems. Landscaping is almost totally lacking and the park is stark, wi-fi is very, very spotty. And, while they serve excellent ribs in the clubhouse, pull-through sites are on the very back of the parking lot, making it impossible for handicapped people to go to the rib dinner or to the clubhouse. Still, a very good value for the money.

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This is, in our opinion, one of the top KOAs in the entire United States. It sits high on a hill overlooking breaktaking mountains and valleys. The staff (of which there are many) are constantly working on the park, the grass, the sites, and everything else. Sites are large and level and are well stoned, electricity is dependable, and wi-fi is outstanding. The staff could not be nicer. My only complaint is the water pressure, which could be stronger. Still, one of the very, very best parks we've ever seen.

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This used to be a really nice campground with heavily gravelled streets, neatly mown grass, and a reasonable daily price. It became a KOA about three years ago and, since then, almost no gravel has been put on the road or the sites. When it rains the roads and the sites become a quagmire. The roads throughout the park are rutted and full of holes. When it is dry here, it is a dustbowl. Grass, which used to be mown frequently, now gets knee high to a horse before it is attended to. In short, now that they are a KOA, they charge much more, but they have let the place go to pot. Wi-fi was spotty. Would not stay here again.

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This park is on a slippery slope to extinction. If you manage to get your big rig through the small entrance, you will surely shake your fillings out as you past through it. It wasn't like that last year, but has washed out. The wi-fi is absolutely horrible. Last year, we would get around it by hooking onto the signal from another nearby campground, but this campground has caught on and now requires a security code. When we got here, the grass on our site was 12 inches high. When we left, two weeks later, it had not been mowed. It appears that the park may have been sold or changed management since many of the permanent models have been put up for sale. Overall, a bad, bad park, that continues to go downhill rapidly. Stay away. We will never stay here again.

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This park has a charm all its own. Views are gorgeous, from huge mountains on four sides to a rapid river on the backside, full of wildlife. The folks who run it have obviously put in a ton of sweat equity, making fairly level sites with a "homey" look. No sewers, but a convenient dump station. Wi-Fi is extremely expensive and slow, $6.00 per night. The owners explain that, in order to get Wi-Fi way out here, they had to install and pay for their own satellite dish monthly and then contract with Nomad, who keeps $5.75 per night and gives the park 25-cents a night. This is not a cookie-cutter park but is certainly adequate, especially in view of the scarcity of parks along Highway 70 between Denver and Grand Junction. We would stay here again.

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Our favorite park in Moab. Nice level sites. Good TV, good Wi-Fi. Great views, and not dusty. Beautiful trees and great views from most sites. Our only complaint is that office personnel can be very rude sometimes. Still, we always stay here when in Moab. We would do so again.

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A truly outstanding RV resort with caring and decicated management and workers. Long, wide, very nicely landscaped sites with plenty of green space between. Good cable and good wi-fi. Excellent water pressure and electricity. We visited all the other RV parks in Montrose and, without doubt, this is the best. We would stay here again for a day, week, month, or season.

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This is a delightful, well-manicured RV park with extremely long spaces (ours was 95 feet), wide paved streets, beautiful views, and everything you could want in an RV Park. Others have commented on pipeline workers who reside in the park and there are some but management insists that their sites be clean and neat, and they are. I would rate this park a 10 across the board except for two reasons: Their wi-fi service costs a ridiculous $5.00 daily, is through what is arguably the worst RV park internet provider in the county, TengoInternet. The service is very poor despite the extremely high price. The other drawback is the location of the water connection. It is below ground and you literally have to stand on your head to connect your hose. For these reasons I drop them from a 10 to an 8.