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Beautiful, clean, and close to town. We had been using a park much further away. This is a new park and they are still working on completing final details. I would give it a 10 if they would put tables at each site. Right now only the end sites have picnic tables. There is a beautiful view of the ocean from the deck by the pool.

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This KOA was extremely clean with a large laundry. It had an abundance of nicely mowed grass for the dog and a fenced dog run. Most sites are gravel, extra long pull-throughs with one concrete patio site for a small up charge. The owners were very nice and extremely helpful when the battery died on our jeep. This is a great place to stop on the way to Mount Rushmore.

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This KOA was extremely clean with a large laundry. It had an abundance of nicely mowed grass for the dog and a fenced dog run. Most sites are gravel, extra long pull-throughs with one concrete patio site for a small up charge. The owners were very nice and extremely helpful when the battery died on our jeep. This is a great place to stop on the way to Mount Rushmore.

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This park was one of the worst experiences of our trip. We stayed there because of the location, which is between Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. It was overpriced and dirty, with unlevel, crowded sites. The pool was out of service. The staff had great difficulty with check-in and seemed totally unprepared for the busy summer season.

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We stayed 4 nights at the Longhorn RV Park and had a great experience. This park has new owners, and they have made many improvements. Everything is clean and well kept. The river is beautiful and so peaceful. Our site was level gravel and had a huge area to set up our chairs and grill. The ratings do not reflect the current condition of this park. This was by far the best RV park of our entire trip.