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Although we did not spend the night here we did spend the day walking around it. It is COE, most sites are open (not shaded) and a lot of them can hold large RVs and are very spacious. Not all are level by any means but some are, like site 18. There is no cell reception and only vault toilets. It does have an easily accessible dump station.

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We love COE, FS, BLM campgrounds, not just because we can get the "old peoples discount" but because they are usually quiet, sites are roomy and they are protected natural parks. This campground though should have a sign at the entrance that says "rigs over 35' BEWARE". The roads are VERY tight with lots of sharp curves and lots of trees. We pulled into Site #1 because it was the longest and most level. #3 could also have been OK. Those 2 sites are just inside the entrance gate so you don't have to drive the other loops. Anyone that drives a large motorhome knows how difficult it is to get level and almost ALL the sites here have a flaw. We are not really picky people even though this review may sound like it but I just want people with large rigs to be forewarned. After all that, we really liked this park. We may not have had any cell service or Internet or TV but we took lots of beautiful walk through the park and along the trails. It has 2 dump stations with easy access and water stations throughout.

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We paid the senior pass rate. Lake levels were very low but still good for fishing and kayaking. Campground is built on a hill so it was not very easy to find a site that was level enough for a difficult 40' MH. Large pull-thrus and back ins, some with electricity and water available around the loops. Verizon 4G was OK and 3G for phone was OK. Very well taken care of. Easy dump station access. Slow during the week, a little busier on weekends. Site 40 was very level and very long with a good view of the water.

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I'm not sure what campground the other people are talking about but we stayed there for almost 3 weeks and this is what they have. Decomposing toilets (no flush), some sites with electric (you pay $5 per night extra for them), no sites with full hookups, dump station but the fresh water was not working, fresh water available around the loops. This is a FS campground but it is run by the RMRC concessionaires. Most of the sites are very long and can accommodate large rigs but most will need a little leveling. You can reserve through "reserve.gov" or recreation.gov but it is not a very busy campground except on weekends. It is 17 miles north of Dolores then another 5 miles on a FS road (paved). There is almost NO phone service but occasionally we could get a signal for the computer and could text on the phone. We love this place with its spectacular views of McPhee Lake and easy access to the boat ramp. It is quite open with very few trees and can get quite hot in the summer but in September it is comfortable.

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Because the CG is on the inside of the levee it is close to the Mississippi River and prone to flooding. It is probably one of the strangest parks we have stayed in. When we got there most of the permanent residents had moved out because of a flood and were expected back at any time. The man in the office was a little rattled and confused. The restrooms were modern but could have used some extra cleaning. The free WIFI was fast and reliable. Lots of gnats and flies.

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We stayed there over the 4th of July and made reservations on the day the system opened in March and got the last site available. Very busy!!!! But a well kept park. There is a large lake with boating, fishing and beach along the many miles of trails. Every working person we ran into was about 16 years old (except for the construction workers)and didn't seem to have any mature adults supervising them. The restrooms were modern but so busy it was nearly impossible to keep them clean.

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This is a very nice campground. Full of fisherman and their boats. Nicely kept. Very near the water for boating, fishing, and swimming in the Missouri River. It used to be run by the COE but now is managed by the local Native American tribe who run the casino near by. The sites are very roomy and our 40' RV fit well but it can get very busy on weekends and when there are fishing tournaments. Verizon was OK but not good. Mobridge is a quaint little town with two grocery stores.

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This is a lovely SP in a great location with easy to get into sites. Plenty large and well spaced. NO cell service to speak of. Located at the base of the caverns. The only bad thing is the price. For a SP $29 is way too high. Seems they give MT residents a break but with such a low population it sure doesn't cost them very much to do so. I highly recommend the cave tour.

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Nice clean park. Quite a few permanent campers. Tight sites to get into but the hosts were very good at getting us in. Good WIFI and good Verizon service. Clean and reasonably price laundry.

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Great COE campground! Friendly hosts, very large and well spaced sites with 30/50 electric. Water available throughout the park but not at the sites. Some restrooms were vault and some were flush with showers. Lots of shade trees but lots of open space too. No water access from the CG but multiple access close by. The CG sits below the dam and is within walking distance to the lovely visitors center. As a side, the town of Fort Peck has a wonderful summer theater that is very well attended. There are also a variety of FREE campsites around the waters edge down stream.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Even though it was early May when we stopped, there were very few site large enough to accommodate our 40' rig. It advertises large sites most of them are small and VERY tight. We were told that if someone comes in next to us we may have to bring our slideouts in. Convenient to town but the road noise is loud on the street side sites. Lots of trucks! The Wi-Fi was good, the people pleasant, and the laundry and restrooms very clean. The trees make it a little tight to maneuver but they are trimmed well enough to make it safe. We would stay there again but would have a reservation early for one of the larger sites.

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Nice little park. Stopped to check it out because of RV Park Reviews. At $200 plus electricity a month it can't be beat. Sites are fairly level, dirt and gravel, but plenty big for our 40' 4 slide outs. Good 50 amp electricity and WIFI. Restrooms/showers are modern and exceptionally clean. Quiet nights and beautiful star filled skies. Hwy 93 is a very busy road but it quiets down at night. Small town of Wikieup has a PO and convenience store but no groceries to speak of, you have to travel to Kingman (45 miles away) for any shopping. More than friendly owners. Our toad wouldn't start when we got there and they were a great help in getting it going. We highly recommend this place if you are traveling through or want a nice place to relax for a while.

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This is a lovely, quiet campground. Let me emphasize, campground. It is not a resort by any stretch of the imagination. The restrooms were very clean and well taken care of as was the laundry room (except for the smelly cat in a cage there). The dirt road you travel for more than a mile is rough and only one lane. If another large rig were to have come in the opposite way we would have been in trouble. The sites are long and level but they are gravel and with the recent rains, quite soft for our MH legs. They advertise WiFi friendly but they are no so friendly when you are any distance from the laundry. We stayed there because of the PPA discount but would not have driven so far out in the country on a dirt road for a CG that charges $35 per night.

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This is a forest service campground. Sites are paved and plenty long enough for our 40' MH but we needed to cut some branches that were in the way of slides. Water available around the park. Nice trail around the small lake. Less than a mile to the ocean. There are ATV dunes close by but no ATV's in the campground. There is a horse campground just up the road and ATV campground across the street. Good Verizon internet service but marginal phone service. Only 4 miles to Coos Bay for shopping. Price reflect Old Age Pass.

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What a lovely park. I can't believe that it hasn't been reviewed before. Run by the COE, it is very clean. Sites are very large; some in the sun and some in the shade. Verizon service is OK but need the amp for the internet. Restrooms are very clean. The only draw back is the NO ALCOHOL rule, even at your site. The ranger made DH pour out his glass of wine.