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This KOA is a little difficult to get to. It's located between exit 16 and exit 17 off 1-87. However, once you get into the park, you will find it to be very nice. The people at check-in were pleasant and helpful. We stayed in a large pull-through site (#111), which was quiet and had plenty of room on both sides and long enough for our RV and car. Lots of trees and shady. Full hookups including Wi-Fi and cable. We have stayed here before while traveling north or south on the interstate. This is a good overnight stop and would come back again. The price is a little on the high side, but we used our KOA points to off set the price.

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Excellent RV Park. About a mile from I-90 (N.Y. Thruway) and the Turning Stone Casino. Top notch facilities and sites. We have reviewed this park a couple of time and still consider it one of the best. We would suggest making an advanced reservation. Also, remember that the NY Thruway is a toll road and that it is fairly expensive if towing. We stayed here twice this year and would come back anytime.

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This is an OK Campground. It's convenient to 1-90 and a good overnighter for us. The sites are side by side so it's possible that you will be facing your neighbor. That is the one thing that is a negative. Fortunately, we had no one on our door side. Also, although they had full hook-ups, there is a $3.00 charge for cable. Wouldn't you think $47.00 was enough? There is some traffic noises, but we found them fairly muted. Nice park across the street with view of Lake Erie. Also, nice walking trail up to the vineyards. Because of it's convenient location, would probably stay here again.

     

Evergreen Park

Dundee, Ohio

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Very rare for me to rate a campground a "10". This is one of the most exceptional RV Parks in the country. Not only is it beautiful in all its amenities, but you need to spend some time in this wonderful part of Ohio. Before returning to New Hampshire on an eight week trip, we made a loop just to be able to stay here again. All I can say is that this is well worth a few days-you will love it. If you read some of the reviews, believe them.

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Been here before and always stay in the deluxe sites. Basically, this KOA is divided into two sections separated by a creek. Our big rig site #D-15 was a corner site, level and exceptionally long (maybe 100 ft.) with a nice patio and large expanses of grass on both sides. More than enough room for our RV & car. Full hook-ups all worked well, but there is no cable. If you have a large rig and towing you have to be careful coming into the campground. After registering, you have to drive between two buildings and then back over the bridge. However, you can use the back exit when leaving. Although close to 1-70, it seemed quiet and peaceful. If you plan on staying here in a big rig we recommend the deluxe sites.

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Excellent park. More for adults than children. Check-in was easy and staff was very polite and helpful. Located in the town of St. Charles but easy to get to, about a mile or so from I-370. The interior roads are all paved with level concrete pads and patios with plenty of room on front back and sides with a nice grassy area and a table. Full hook-ups with good WiFi and over 60 cable channels. Very clean restrooms, showers and laundry. Entire park is well maintained. Close to historic St. Charles which is worth a visit. We stayed here for 2 days. Very nice RV Park, would come here anytime if in the area.

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I try to be fair when reviewing campgrounds, but this was a tough one. First of all, the office was closed when we arrived, but there was a note in the door directing us to our site. The manager came by later to collect and was a rude person. The site was long enough for our RV & car with W/S/50AMP/WIFI, but no cable although it was advertised as included. This campground is in between 1-35 on one side and Hwy. 50 on the other, and also a railroad crossing out back. Very, very noisy. All the sites are side by side. The site next to us set up a dog fence with 2 big dogs, and it was almost at our door step. That's what I call really close and rude. The whole place is dirty and scruffy, even the dirt is dirty. Trailer Life rates this 7.5/8.5/6.5. I think they need to take a closer look. Worse place we have ever stayed; glad to leave early next morning.

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This is about 5 miles from the center of Liberal. The campground is very stark. All pea-stone gravel, including the roads and sites. Pick your own site, the owner comes along in the afternoon and collects the $25.00. There is absolutely no shade or anything that looks green. We had W/S/50amp and WI-FI, but no cable. We got here early to go see "Dorothy's House" and the Land of OZ located in Liberal. We had made a reservation but many campers just arrived and picked a site. I wonder what would have happened if we got here late in the day? In any case, it was very clean. They are constructing a new office building and will probably have someone working full or part time in the near future. Convenient location and would stay here again.

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This is one of our favorite KOAs. Just off the highway, but far enough to mute any noises. We have stayed here many times while traveling across 1-40. It's a basic small western park, with level, long and wide gravel sites. W/S/50amp/Cable & WI-FI. Not much shade, but nice and clean and is apparent that the owners take good care of the park. Upon checking in, greeted by the owners and gifted with free cookies! They offer a selection of dinners. Our favorite was the roast turkey dinner. After dinner we took a walk on the trail through the lava fields. All this and never had to leave the campground. I give this a "9" because of the friendly owners, the nice clean sites, the dinners delivered to our site, the really nice walking trail and good cable & WI-FI.

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This is an OK park. Convenient location about a half mile from 1-40. Full hook-ups, with WI-FI and limited cable. The sites are long enough for our RV and car, but are side by side which can be a problem, especially if there is someone on your door side. We try to avoid campground that do this, but occasionally it can happen. They serve a limited dinner menu that can be delivered to your site. Grounds are in fairly good condition, but nothing outstanding. We only stayed overnight.

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There are several RV Parks in Flagstaff, but this one is rated better than any of the others. Adult park only, thus making for some peace and quiet. Our site #18 was very nice. Level and long enough for our car and RV, but narrow on the sides. All the sites are on a slight hill so that each site is terraced. We had a small concrete patio which was nice for sitting outside. Very clean and well taken care of by the owners and staff. Full hook-ups including cable & WiFi, although the cable hook-up was odd. Not too far from downtown Flagstaff and easy to get in and out. Thanks to the owners for a nice clean park and an enjoyable stay in our Motorhome. We would stay here again.

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This is an oasis in the middle of the desert and we were very pleased with this KOA. Our site #33 was a gravel site surrounded on both sides with beautiful Oleander bushes giving much privacy and shade, not only to our site but to all of the sites. We had a pull-thru site with full hook-ups. The cable and WI-FI were good. Site was level and long enough for our RV & car. A very pleasant KOA and we were very happy to find this "Oasis" out here in the Mojave desert. Chances are, we will not come this way again, but if so, would definitely stay here.

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Easy to get to from Hwy 99 & Hwy 198. The sites are not too long but plenty of room on the sides for a table and sitting outside and relaxing. Very clean and well taken care of. Shade trees on most of the sites. Our site #50 was level, with W/S/50AMP/Cable & WI-FI. All in good working order. Some shopping and a mall in Visalia. It's about an hour drive to Sequoia National Park, but it's an easy drive on Hwy 198 and as you get closer to the N.P entrance, it becomes rather scenic. There are a couple of campgrounds closer to the N.P. entrance, but don't think for big rigs. We stayed here for 3 days. It's a pleasant KOA and would not hesitate to stay here again.

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The section of the park that we were in was probably nicer than most of the park. The area that we were in had been reconstructed to double the size of each site and give each site more room. However, it looked like the entire campground was in good shape. There were an abundance of shade trees and the entrance gave you a sense of welcome. Our corner site #59 was located on "Zinfandel" street. Fairly level, with all the hook-ups, Good WI-FI and Cable reception. Long enough for our RV & car. Plenty of room on the side for a table and relaxing outside. Because we were on Midway Road and away from the highways, it was quiet. This campground is located about 30 miles from Sacramento and about an hour from San Francisco. Vacaville is only 10 minutes away and has lots of shopping. We stayed here for 5 days visiting family in Sacramento and touring San Francisco. Very nice park and would definitely stay here again.

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Located on the outskirts of Winnemucca and close to 1-80. Sites are gravel and can get muddy. Level and long enough for our RV and car, but very narrow. We had Full-Hook-ups but Wi-Fi was weak and slow. Our site #135 was located near the front of the park, so it was easy in and out. We were only here overnight so we were OK. If you need to go shopping, there is a Super Walmart in town and of course many Casinos and restaurants. We've been in Winnemucca before and this is probably the best C.G. in town. If traveling across Nevada, we would stay here again.