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Not big rig friendly! Only a handful of sites can handle anything larger than 25'. There are several sites big enough to park a trailer and tow rig side by side but they are angled the wrong way and can't be backed into on the narrow one-way loop. They definitely didn't have big trailers in mind when they designed this place. The Oasis RV park is a few miles back up the road and looks like a good alternative if you can't find anything here. The campground itself is lovely. Heavily treed, good privacy and awesome views of the sand dunes. Picnic tables, fire rings and bear boxes at each site. No hookups but that's not surprising at a national park. Water and dump station are on site and generators are allowed.



Navajo State Park

Arboles, Colorado

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Nice place. Tidy, nice layout, well maintained, big rig, pet and family friendly. Not much shade though. I would stay here again but only if I was coming to Navajo Lake. The campground itself isn't much of a destination and its a bit off the beaten path so its not really "on the way" to anywhere.

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Very nice campground in a heavily treed area within walking distance of Jackson Lake. Staff was very friendly and efficient and the campground was clean and reasonably well maintained. Loop-style layout offers good privacy and almost all sites are pull-through. A little tight for a 20' truck pulling a 27' trailer though. Generators are allowed on certain loops so be sure to state your preference at check-in. There are no hook-ups anywhere in the campground but there's an RV park right next door that offers full hook-ups for ~$55/night. The campground is first-come, first-served only and was full by 1:00 on the Monday we were here. Nice campground in a beautiful setting. Well worth the $20. I would definitely stay here again.

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The staff was friendly and the grounds were reasonably well maintained, except for the electrical service which had gone out earlier in the year, with no indication of when, or even if, they were going to fix it. Privacy apparently wasn't a major design consideration when the built the place and you can expect to be packed in cheek to jowl with your neighbors. It's not really a "destination" kind of place though and most people are only here to sleep so its not really a big deal. All sites are back-in and the aisles are pretty narrow so, depending on which spot you end up in, getting a trailer backed in properly can be a bit of a challenge. I'm a fair hand at the wheel but it took me six tries to get the rig situated to my liking. Definitely not the place to try backing your rig for the first time. Its a bit pricey considering that there's no electrical service and you have to pay extra for showers (?!) but it's in a beautiful setting and its central location makes it a great base camp for exploring the park. I don't regret staying here but next time we go to Yellowstone, I think we'll try dry camping in one of the other campgrounds.


Casper KOA

Casper, Wyoming

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We did a one-night layover here on our way to Yellowstone. The staff was friendly and the facilities were clean and well-maintained but the place is pretty barren and lacking in character. There is almost no grass and only a handful of trees. I-25 is only a hundred yards away so traffic noise was an issue. It was a clean, safe place to sleep but that's about it (the pool was nice though). The price seems a little steep for what you get.