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This is a beautifully landscaped park with super helpful camp workers and pristine individual bathrooms. When making a reservation, just ask for a satellite-friendly site and they will be happy to accommodate you (most sites will qualify). The park is only a couple of miles northeast of downtown Franklin which has plenty of restaurants, shopping, Walmart, etc. This is our first time here, but we will definitely return. We love Franklin and this rv park.

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The owners are super nice, efficient, and helpful. We stayed in a 50 amp site on the river (stream) which had no shade whatsoever but was a nice place to hear the sounds of the stream. Sites in the interior section have nice mature trees for shade. All of the sites are gravel and seem to be level. My only negative comment is that the roadways are gravel and kick up lots of dust. The little town of La Veta is cute with several good restaurants/cafes.

     

Midway Park COE

Waco, Texas

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The best part of this park is the price: $12/day with Golden Age Pass. We stayed in a 50 amp pull-through site closest to the highway. In this particular area there are only 2 sites with shade. Because it was so hot, we had our windows closed with the a.c. on so we didn't notice any road noise. Our gravel site was not particularly level. Even with our automatic levelers we still listed to one side. The campground is about 6 miles west of I-35 right on Lake Waco and is close to plenty of shopping and restaurants.

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Since this park is at the top of Raton Pass, the temps are nice and cool. The view of the valley to the south is gorgeous. There is minimal shade, but it doesn't matter since it is so cool. The owners are super nice and accommodating and ask you about any possible discounts for which you may qualify. The restrooms & showers could not be any cleaner. Breakfast is served every day and is not only very good but inexpensive as well. I had eggs, bacon, fries, biscuit and coffee for $5.99. Dinner is served a few days a week as well. This is a great place to stop after driving in hot Texas weather.

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Fifty five per night reflects a Good Sam discount on a weekly rate, which is too much for this park. The overall appearance is unkempt & weedy. Each site is almost level, but not quite. However, the pond and Big Thompson River are beautiful. The restrooms are spacious and clean. Each shower is really large. I probably would not stay here again.

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We stayed in a deluxe site which was a level, gravel pull-through with nice mature trees. Our yard area was extremely large. However, the regular sites around the perimeter were so narrow that I don't know how big rigs with slides would be able to put their slides out all the way without touching one another. I strongly urge you to spend the extra $9 per night for a deluxe site. The showers/restrooms were very clean and adequate. The laundry room had 3 washers ($2) and 4 dryers ($1.25). I highly recommend The Brakeman Restaurant for the best burger and fries you'll ever come across. Also, don't miss The Emporium's soda fountain for a huckleberry shake. In Driggs (8 miles north) is the most wonderful large grocery store with a great deli. There's also a small market in Victor that has a great selection of homemade things in the deli. Beware of the drive over Teton Pass to go to Jackson & Teton Nat'l Park: it's a 10% grade which is tough. Overall, Victor & Driggs are cute little towns with plenty of places to eat. I would stay here again if in the area.

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This park is okay--not great. I chose this park because of past reviews on this site--mainly for the dog walk and close proximity to the lake. The views from the RV park are outstanding. Mountains surround the valley, plus the lake is beautiful. We were escorted to our site by a very friendly camp host. Each site seems large because of the way they are set up with hookups in the middle of 2 sites. That gives you a huge front yard. However, since extra vehicles must park in front of your RV (not alongside), it makes the roadways very narrow. This makes it difficult, although not impossible, to get in and out of your site. The restrooms are clean, but there are only 2 toilets and 2 showers in the ladies room and only 1 toilet, 1 urinal and 2 showers in the men's room. This was not adequate for my husband. Also, the lights were on a timer and shut off while he was showering...not fun. If you like peace and quiet with a great view and you don't mind being pretty far from any restaurants or stores, then this place might be okay for you. I just like being closer to civilization. Island Park is not really a town. I would suggest you stay closer to West Yellowstone, MT, for day trips into Yellowstone.

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The rate of $24 reflects a weekly stay of $165. This is hands down the nicest RV park in which we have ever stayed. The paved streets are about twice as wide as they need to be, the paved sites are super long, plenty wide, very level, and include a very nice-sized patio and light. The grass at each site is lush and manicured. As other reviewers have noted, the restroom/showers are individual rooms. They are immaculate and large. Upon arrival you are escorted to your site. As far as shade trees are concerned, just request a shady site and I'm sure you will be accommodated. If we are ever in this area again, we will definitely stay here again.

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This is a nice, small RV park with about 20 RV sites. The sites are not perfectly level, but they're not bad. Restrooms and showers are spacious and clean. The laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers. The dryers only required a 25 cent minimum for 10 minutes which was nice. This is a central location from which to visit the north rim of the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon. The owners are efficient, as well as friendly. We would certainly stay here again if in the area.

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Nice, shaded park that is only a mile from downtown Williams. The sites are not totally level, but aren't bad. Restrooms and showers are clean. You have to push a button to turn on the shower. Each push gives you two minutes, but no big deal since you just push the button again to continue. We loved the town of Williams - very charming. We would definitely stay here again, if in the area.

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Extremely nice park with paved roads and sites. Each site is perfectly level with a nice grassy area and mature trees offering lots of shade. The restroom/shower areas are very clean with great water pressure. The park location is excellent with several restaurants within walking distance plus being only 5 or 10 minutes to Temple Square. A free shuttle from the church will pick you up & take you to the square and back to KOA every 30 minutes. There's a super nice shaded path along the river that runs behind the park that's great for walking the dog. There are plenty of street lights throughout the park which is really nice when you have to take out the dog late at night. This is one of the nicest parks we've ever stayed in.

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This is by far the best RV park in Ruidoso. Our site was perfectly level as all of the other sites appeared to be, as well. Also, each site is really wide with plenty of room for all slides, the picnic table, and even your car. All of the staff were friendly, helpful, and professional. The restrooms and showers were immaculate (they are cleaned every day). We will definitely stay here again if in the area.

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This is a great place for a one-night stay. At 7888' elevation, it is nice and cool with good views. Staff is friendly, efficient, and helpful. Restrooms and showers are clean. Wi-fi is good enough (36 mbps) and easy to access. Gravel sites are almost level, and the general appearance of the park is clean and tidy. Although not a destination park, we would definitely stay here again overnight.

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We stayed here one night on our way home from Colorado. It is right on the access road near exit 9 for I-27. I called about two hours before our arrival (which would be after the office closed) and the owner/manager said to pick up our packet and we could settle up in the morning...very nice. There are quite a few nice trees and each site is level with a concrete pad. Restrooms and showers are in individual rooms and are private and spacious. There are lots of seasonal or full timers here, and some of them are a little junky looking; otherwise, I would give this park a 10. I would definitely stay here again on my way to or from Colorado.

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This is our all-time favorite RV park for several reasons. The big trees provide wonderful shade but still allow for your satellite dish, and most of the sites are big enough that you're not too close to your neighbors. But just as important is being so close to the town of Salida (less than 2 miles). There are plenty of really good restaurants (some very inexpensive) as well as the old standby Super Walmart and a couple of really nice organic food markets. The fenced dog park and numerous walking trails in town are also a real bonus. The Salida Golf Course is pretty and very reasonably priced--especially with a coupon for a free cart. We stayed here a month last year and six weeks this year, and we plan to stay for the entire summer next year. Make your reservations early as they fill up fast.