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If you are in the area over the 4th of July, or for the boat races, make sure you have a reservation for this park. It fills up fast. Easy access to the water, great place for your dogs to walk, and close to town(s).

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Don't let this one fool you! Just because it's in Arco, you should call for a reservation because this park fills up quickly. We were lucky enough to get the last space during an ATV rally (30 amp). Nice park that is easy to get in and out of. If you want 50 amp service, make sure you request it when you make a reservation.

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Bring extra sewer hoses and make a reservation! As stated, the sites are connected to one another which requires extra sewer hose. The lawn is dead, roads are tight, and they fill up quickly. If you are a large rig make sure you call ahead for one of their pull-thru sites. There is no sign showing where to turn once you get off the freeway. Look for 'Barton' street and you will go right to the place. The sites are not level so be prepared to wiggle around to try and get your rig leveled out.

     

Casper KOA

Casper, Wyoming

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This KOA is a gravel lot with a few trees and weeds. It's in a great location and the office is very friendly. WiFi is great until the campground gets full. We stayed here a few days and would stay here again. You do hear the freeway/road noise at night.

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The office staff checking us in was wonderful. Large level sites. Beautiful scenery. Extra large clean pool. WiFi was down the entire time we were there. Small store with a great gift shop. Dog area was good. Tennis courts and basketball area. There isn't any grass, it's basically weeds and dirt. Very close to Deadwood and Sturgis. Big rigs will love this park. If they had grassy sites, it would be a 10.

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This is a one night stay campground; not one of the best KOA's. The office staff was unfriendly and curt. Yes, the park has trees and that is the best part of the park. Sites were un-level. They do offer a wide variety of cable channels, and their wi-fi was good.

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We loved this RV park...perfect location in Bozeman. Owners/office are very friendly. The park is very clean and orderly. It is a bit old and the pull throughs are two vehicles to a slot, but the park is being worked on so hopefully, they put in single pull throughs. Call for a reservation if you want to be the first vehicle in one of these double pull throughs. Eight miles from downtown Bozeman, about four from the college...and 30 to Big Sky. Wireless was okay...the only downside was the cable. Just use your antenna and that problem is fixed. Adjacent to the hot springs...bonus. Dog and kid friendly!

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Wonderful RV park in Gardiner. Very clean. Wi-Fi worked all of the time. Office is very friendly and they have a great selection of gifts that are high quality. Very dog friendly. Wide sites. Quiet environment. Elk surround the park in the evenings. We will definitely be back!

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This is a great park...One worthy of visiting over and over again. We tried to make a reservation and couldn't reach anyone at Coachland (before 5:00). When I tried again, they finally answered and I was told they had nothing the next day. The next morning our phone rang and a pleasant voice informed us she had received our message from their answering service and that she definitely had a spot for us. Confusing, but it worked out for us. We will be returning to this beautiful spot. The city of Truckee has an art.farmers market on Thursday evenings, music, wine, and beer. Tahoe City Arts Festival was the next day...tons of things to do in this area. The RV park is clean, easy to get in and out of. You are parked back to back with another unit, but you still have your own grass area/table. Wi-Fi and cable are provided.

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Utopia! This is the greatest place ever. It might be expensive, but it is worth every penny. Location is on the ocean. The club house is the best ever...unbelievably clean. Wi-Fi was outstanding. Cable is limited, but who needs TV when you are that close to a beautiful beach. We watched whales from our motorhome. The office staff is wonderful and provides coffee. Super close to Cape Perpetua. The town of Yachats has a Sunday Farmers Market and a great coffee shop,

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This park is a hidden gem. It sits between Willits and Ukiah. Because of the remoteness, you can't get TV or Wi-Fi: and that's a bonus. There were white deer roaming around in the evening, as well as regular deer and turkeys. The pool is extremely clean. They don't take credit cards, so bring cash or a check book to this quiet, yet quaint RV park. We will be back.

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Don't let the other reviews scare you: this is a beautiful campground. We spent two nights there and loved it. Tall pine trees, Wi-Fi, dog friendly, great hostess, and all of this in a serene setting in Grass Valley. There was one pot hole that we saw in the park, and it was in our camp site. Roads were graded and smoothed out.

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Elko is a very busy place these days due to all of the mining activity in the area. Most of this park houses long-term RV's, but it is a clean park. After checking in, we discovered they charged $5.00 because we made a reservation. They call it a reservation fee and they tried to tell us that they tell everyone about it when you make your reservation. Not true! The next statement from the girl behind the desk was that we would need to pay it, but that she knew of an employee who always forgets to inform people when they call. Save your money and go to one of the RV parks further west of Elko: one advertises $14 a night.

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Great location. We had a premium ocean site which is actually a view through trees. But it is beautiful and you hear sea lions from your camp site. Laundry area is extremely clean. Wi-Fi was the best. Spotty cell phone service in this entire area because of all the trees. Our site had its own fire pit which was nice: even if we had a skunk join us at the fire one night. Great central location to spend time visiting both sections of the Redwoods. Highly suggest staying here, but bring your own firewood with you. It is around $8 a bundle in this area if you can find any.

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One thing: not big rig friendly. Honeybear is a nice park, the Wi-Fi did not work but our Verizon hotspot worked great from this location. They only have 30 amp sites but it is not a problem that close to the ocean. Six minute walk to the beach: very pet friendly. Just make sure you unhook your tow vehicle before leaving the front office!