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Arrived after hours. Had to walk a dark campground to find an available site. Since it's still cold, the water spigots have heat tape wrapped around them and some of the outlets are being used. The first site we pulled into, the 30-amp plug was being used (our old motorhome only has 30-amp). On the 2nd site, the electric was off, but the 3rd site suited our needs. I didn't see much of the park, but it looked like there many full-time residents.

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Showed up after hours. The office listed sites that were available and it was an easy process to select a site and sign in. Showers, bathrooms, and laundry were clean and adequate. There is a keypad to get into the laundry after hours, but the door was never shut tight. The site was fairly level and offered a good view of the lake and scenery. Price reflects National Parks Pass discount, and 3 additional adults.

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We came during the busy spring break season which was much more busy than when we were here a few years ago. We called a month ago, and all sites were booked up, so we thought we would take our chances and see if there were any cancelations. Arrived at 2:00pm and there was one site available! Not a great campground, but it served our purpose as a home base for exploring the park. Site was paved and mostly level. No open fires allowed, just charcoal grill. The bathrooms are dated, but clean and functional. Price reflects 5 adults.

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Stayed at this park after visiting Mesa Verde. Nice clean park with fairly level sites. The office was closed after 5:00pm, so met with the camp host and he was very helpful. Selected site from white board that was listed as available and pulled in. Wi-Fi was hit or miss. It worked ok with one laptop and phones, but did not work with another laptop or Xbox.

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Stayed here after visiting the dunes. It was off-season and the water to the sites had not been turned on yet. Price reflects $5.00 off for no water, but charged additional $2.50 for each additional person over 2 occupants. The sites are clean and level. I know it was off-season, but wish the dumpster had been closer to the campground area for easier drop-off. There were only 2 other campers, so we were able to select any site we wanted. Has great views of the dunes from many of the sites.

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We stayed at the South Bay campground on a company function and really enjoyed our stay. Campsites are quite level, clean and spacious. We were able to park our 32' motorhome and temporarily park 2 other cars at the site. The best part was the campground host. They were extremely helpful in finding reservation information for one of the pavilions and also for one of the boat-in sites (the person who set up the whole company function had no idea where we were supposed to be). The water was very low in preparation for winter runoff, but the lake is large and we had plenty of room to enjoy boating activities. The rangers at the pavilion were very accommodating as well. Rate shown was for campsite and entrance fee for 1 vehicle. Additional entrance fees required for any other vehicles.

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We stayed here about 4 years ago, and the quality has stayed about the same, the sites are spacious, and its a good value for the $$. The fishing is ok and they have one dock near the boat ramp you can also fish from. The rangers are very helpful in seeing you are sucessful in catching something. I wish they had at least a dump station on site.

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We stayed here for 3 days and the park was adequate for our needs. The sites are near the road, but we didn't notice any noise. The sites were very clean and the road looked to be "groomed" occasionally. The WiFi was free, but was very spotty. Verizon cell coverage seemed OK. Not much to do at the park, but OK place to come back to after a long day of site seeing. It is big rig friendly. A large 45' prevost motor home parked at one of the drive through sites near us with no problems. I asked if they had discount for FMCA, and manager didn't know what that group was, but gave me 10% discount anyway.

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This is one of three campgrounds in Pueblo Lake State Park. This one does have electric hookups as well as flush toilets and showers (not available in winter months). We enjoyed our stay here. The views from our site and overlooking the cliffs were fantastic. This is a very dry region, so not much green grass or trees. The sites are very large, and some can accomodate big rigs and boat trailers with ease. Note, rate does not reflect $7.00 entry fee into park.

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I wasn't expecting much due to the previous reviews so I wasn't too disappointed with this park. It served out needs as a place to stop with full hookups, but that's all it did. Upon check in I was advised that the bathrooms and showers were out of order, but we could use the porta-potty provided. Also, the WiFi was out and would not be repaired "until summer". We were placed in our site which was a two-site drive through meaning we drove through the first site to park in the 2nd. The patio was cracked and broken concrete to the point of being a trip/fall hazard. Our site had a picnic table which appeard to be repaired recently, but many of the sites did not have any. The sewer hookup had a concrete block around it making it higher than ground level making hookup difficult. This place was acceptable for the price we paid, but it could be downright depressing if it was busier or if we needed more amenities.

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We stopped here one night, late on a Friday. Although all the regular sites were taken, another camper let us know that the camp host told them, if the group sites are not taken, they could occupy any group sites available. Check calender on website to verify the group site has not been reserved. Although the website says it will accomodate small campers, I saw one large u-shaped pull through, and the group sites can accomodate very large rigs. Very nice, clean campground next to the river with picnic tables and fire rings.

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With many mediocre RV parks, you see the phrase "OK for an overnight stop, but not good for long term". I would say the opposite about Balboa RV park. We were greeted every day by very friendly and helpful management, and the bathrooms and laundry were clean and functional. The problem is that this park was designed in the 1940s and really cannot accomodate the larger rigs of today. The sites are situated in rows where you need to back into each site making a couple of 90 degree turns in the process. Add to this cars parked along the roads from the numerous permanent residents, and you really require the assistance of the helpful management to get parked. Add to this the cable TV hanging from trees, very high water pressure. The Wi-Fi was spotty, it worked OK on one side of the park, but not on the other. If the price was less, it would get a slightly higher rating.

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Very nice campground with clean sites and clean bathrooms. To correct previous review, people staying at the park do have access to the pool. Just show your reciept to the hotel front counter to get card key for pool and hot tub access. Water was alittle cool. Movie theater, food court, and other extras are also available. Nice feature is that you can call for shuttle (golf cart) to pick you up at your site and take you to the casino. Electric, water, and check in was fine. Site was ok for our older rig with no slides, but newer ones might be cramped unless they pay extra for premium site. Great price for what you get.

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We stayed here just for a quick weekend getaway and enjoyed ourselves. The park was nearly empty with only 5 other rigs and one was the park host. We did not look at the bathrooms since the ones close to us were closed for the season. The bathhouse in between loop E and F were open, but we didn't look in them. The lake is still very low due to drought, but the fishing was good from shore. Not much privacy between sites, but most are large pull throughs which should accommodate most rigs.

     

Pueblo KOA

Pueblo, Colorado

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Nice campground right off the highway, but with no noticeable highway noise. Pool was clean, sites were level, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Price reflects a pull through site with two kids and water/electric only. A few minor maintenance issues were present; like, none of the video games were working, the jumping castle they have was broken, (they say they will be getting it fixed) and the steps into the office seemed rickety. We would stay here again.