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Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA, Holbrook, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $33.00
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Our site was a gravel, pull-through site. It took 2 boards to level my trailer side to side. The sites seem short but the gravel roads are wide. I was unable to tell where any site ended or the road began. I had to ask at the office if my truck and trailer were impinging on the road. Each site has a small tree for shade. The swimming pool was closed for the season. TengoInternet was supplied free for each day with a coupon. Staff was friendly and gave good suggestions of where to eat and how to see the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert. Dog walk is OK but there is no off leash area. We camped at Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Albuquerque Central KOA, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $36.00
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The interior roads are all asphalt that are easy to maneuver on. Our spot was a flat, level, pull through, asphalt, pad that was approximately 70 feet long. There was a picnic table and gravel on each side of the pad. The park is in the process of installing cable TV. With an antenna there are 13 TV channels available. The internet is Tengo. There are two antennas in the park and I kept getting disconnected and had to repeatedly log on. The staff is very knowledgeable about local attractions. Camp K-9 is well maintained and covered with wood chips for the dogs to run on. There is an all you can eat pancake breakfast served Saturday and Sunday in the Recreation room for $3.00 a person. The staff went out of their way to be helpful. When my portable tire pump for my trailer tires malfunctioned, the staff brought over a pump from their shop so I could air up my trailer tire. This is a great RV park. We camped at Albuquerque Central KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Trailer Village RV Park, Roswell, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $23.00
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Nice park. Rate is Good Sam discount plus cash discount. Flat, level pull through sites. Sites are not long. My truck and rig are 52 feet long. I was about a foot into the roadway on each side. Concrete curb on each side of the site with a small concrete pad with a plastic picnic table and a metal cook stand attached. Trees are trimmed back to not interfere with slide out. Wi-Fi was excellent. Staff was very friendly We camped at Trailer Village RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Carlsbad KOA, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $43.00
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This is the best KOA we have stayed at. Sites are flat, level, gravel sites with lawn on each side. Each site has two sewer connections, a picnic table and fire pit. My pull through site was approximately 85 feet long by 21 feet wide. Roads are wide and there is lots of room to maneuver. This KOA also offers dinners, hot sandwiches, every night between 1700 and 1930 hours. The staff was fantastic; going out of there way to be helpful. Two things people should be aware of that are outside the KOA's control. At the park it was either windy or there was a strong odor of natural gas coming from the wells around Artesia. A fantastic park if there is a light breeze. We camped at Carlsbad KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Boot Hill RV Resort, Alamogordo, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $27.00
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Large, pull through, gravel sites. Led in by staff. Site is long but needed a 1/4 inch board to level trailer side to side. Roads are wide and easy to maneuver. Very windy our first day. Blowing dirt in campground was not a problem. Rain and snow on second day; drainage was good. Picnic table on a metal pad in each site. No cable TV. Antenna picks up 10 TV channels. Wi-Fi worked very well. We camped at Boot Hill RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Silver City RV Park, Silver City, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $34.00
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Pull through site was level. No need to level. WI-FI was free for 7 days and worked well. Staff was extremely accommodating. Roads and sites are easy to set up in. Camp K-9 was very good. There are trails around the back of the KOA that are nice to walk on with your dog. Sewer hook up is on concrete island so I needed blocks and a board to get a down hill sewer run. Nice park. I would stay here again if passing through. We camped at Silver City RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Apache Palms RV Park, Tempe, Arizona

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $33.00
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Very nice campground in a downtown, urban setting. Sites are level gravel with a concrete slab patio. Difference between a deluxe site and regular site is deluxe site has a picnic table and BBQ. Thought it would be tough to back my rig in. With help from the staff it was very easy. Staff was friendly and great source of information about local attractions. WI-Fi was very slow but it was a secure, password protected system. We camped at Apache Palms RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

The Cove RV Resort (formerly Riviera RV Resort and Marina), Blythe, California

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $39.00
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Nice Park. Large asphalt roads. Sites are sand and grass. Needed one 1/4 board to level trailer side to side. Site was long enough to easily leave truck hooked up to trailer and there was good space between rigs on both sides. Were led to site by staff member. All staff members we met were very friendly and tried to be helpful. Best KOA camp K-9 we have seen. Wi-Fi worked well. Second time staying here. We would return again. We camped at The Cove RV Resort (formerly Riviera RV Resort and Marina) in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Castaic Lake RV Park, Castaic, California

Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $45.00
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Camped here one night on the way to Arizona. Stayed here two years ago and park has deteriorated. Rate was $45 with a $5 AAA discount. Park is almost all full timers. Only saw 10 overnight spaces. Wi-Fi was an additional $6.00. Would only return for one night if passing through and too tired to go on. Park was not a spot I would stop at. We camped at Castaic Lake RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Oroville / Feather Falls Casino KOA, Oroville, California

Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $35.00
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This is a KOA located on the grounds of the Feather River Casino. The roads are asphalt. The sites are concrete slabs with lawn on each side. There are a combination of back in and pull through sites. Some end sites of the aisles are called patio sites (extra concrete, picnic table with umbrella and a fire pit). Other end sites are called Party sites, (large concrete area, gas BBQ, picnic table with umbrella and small sink.) Our site #36 was a back in site. We needed a 1/4 board to level our trailer side to side. There was a sewer hook up at each end of the site that was very convenient. We had a small concrete area in the lawn with a picnic table. The staff was very friendly. There is a well stocked store/gift shop on the premises. The Wi-Fi worked very well. Discount coupons were provided for the store and casino. The space was not long enough to park my truck and trailer in the RV spot. The road was wide enough that most people parked their tow rigs across the entrance to their spot. This parking arrangement did not interfere with other rigs using the roads. A nice RV park. I would definitely stay here again. We camped at Oroville / Feather Falls Casino KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Almond Tree RV Park, Chico, California

Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $32.00
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We were in a pull through, flat, level, gravel site. There was grass on both sides of the gravel. A nice picnic table was on a concrete slab at the end of our site. There was not enough room to park my truck in front or back of our 30 foot trailer with out maneuvering to stay off the road. There is ample extra parking available around the club house to park cars. There were lots of trees for shade. The trees were not a problem for any of our groups slide outs. Unfortunately on Thursday, we had to listen to two men using a blower and vacuum clean up leaves for over 2 hours. The noise was very loud. The Wi-Fi was very good. The pool is small and not heated except by the sun. The club house provided to our group was large, had a well equipped kitchen and was clean. The park was well maintained and I would stay here again. We camped at Almond Tree RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Marina Dunes RV Park, Marina, California

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $42.00
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We stayed five nights in a 30 foot travel trailer. Nightly rate is a club price based on 10 plus rigs. All the sites are flat, level, gravel sites. Each site has a small, brick patio, picnic table and a fire pit. The sites are all, a 90 degree back in, off a paved road. It took a little maneuvering, but all our rigs were able to get located appropriately in their sites. There is a little store in the office. The club house was nice with a large screen T.V., couches, pool table, video machines, a work out room and a kitchen. There was free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate available all day long. There is a nice outside patio with a large BBQ pit. Restrooms, showers, and laundry were clean. Cable T.V. was excellent and the free WIFI worked OK. Marina Dunes is under new management and the staff was friendly and eager to make our stay as pleasant as possible. They provided good suggestions for places to eat and provided discounts for local attractions. As a prior review stated, there is freeway noise, but not enough to be obnoxious. The park is 1/3rd of a mile from the ocean via a path by their rear gate. The park is less than 8 miles from down town Monterey and the numerous attractions in the area. We had a very pleasant stay in the park and would definitely return. We camped at Marina Dunes RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Smithwoods RV Park, Felton, California

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $53.00
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We stayed at this park last Labor Day weekend. We returned because we were meeting two other couples. We did not like our site last year since it was extremely unlevel. We filled out a provided form when we left last year, and were told we would get one of two other sites. We were given the same site as last year. We were escorted to our site by a staff member in a golf cart. After showing us out site, he said, “boy it’s going to be tough to level.” Then he drove off. It took me five boards to level the trailer. I went to use the lower bathroom and the urinal was out of order and the floor was flooded The Wi-Fi was poor and intermittent. For $53.00 a night a level site, working Wi-Fi and a clean working bathroom should not be to be too much too ask. On the plus side, the coffee bar, wiffle ball tournament, and free BBQ were great. The best thing about the park is that it is close to numerous attractions. If the park wants to charge premium money, they should put the effort into making all the sites level and continue to improve their facilities. We camped at Smithwoods RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Durango RV Resort, Red Bluff, California

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $41.00
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This is the second time we have stayed in this park. We stayed here for three nights. Everything about this park is first class. There are large wide, long, level pull through spots, excellent Wi-Fi and an extremely friendly staff. The only negatives such as the noise from Highway 5 or the passing trains do not detract from the park. Unlike many parks, Durango does not charge extra for dogs. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. The pool was warm due to the weather but the water did not burn my eyes or have the typical chlorine smell. I would not hesitate to stay in this park again. We camped at Durango RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 162
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 16

Angels Camp RV & Camping Resort, Angels Camp, California

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $41.00
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We had a long, gravel pull through site. There was plenty of room to unhook my truck in front of my 30 foot trailer and park another car behind my trailer. The spot looked uneven. It was much easier to level than I anticipated. It took a one inch board to level my trailer side to side. The site was narrow but I had plenty of room for my slide out. The sites are so narrow, to use the fire pit, you have to plan your rig placement since the unmovable, fire pit is less than three feet from the parking pad. We had hail, rain and snow. More rock on the parking pads would eliminate many muddy puddles. The grass on both sides of the parking pad absorbed the water without becoming muddy. There was no cable TV. Antenna only achieved two Spanish speaking stations. Those in our group with satellite TV had good reception. Wi-Fi did not work at our site. Wi-Fi was acceptable in the club house and outside pavilion. The pedestal at our site only had 50 amp service. The office supplied a 50 to 30 amp adapter at no charge. There was a five dollar charge for a dog. The staff was friendly and the park is centrally located to many attractions. I do not consider this park a “resort” but I would stay here again We camped at Angels Camp RV & Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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