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States Visited: 6
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Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Cottonwood Campground, Chinle, Arizona

Date of Stay: November, 2010
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If you're self-contained, this is a great spot from which to explore Canyon de Chelly. Lovely location in a thicket of cottonwoods. The entire campground was just paved and there are a few pull-off sites parallel to the road, although no pull-throughs. Restrooms were locked in early November, along with half the campground, but you can't beat the price. Visitor's center is nearby, and you can walk next door to the Thunderbird Lodge to hire a guide for a Jeep tour of the canyon. Excellent location, if lacking in amenities. (This website won't allow me to enter a zero in price for campground, but it is absolutely free.) We camped at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Cottonwood Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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Lo Lo Mai Springs Outdoor Resort, Cornville, Arizona

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $32.00
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At the end of a 10-week coast-to-coast trip, we found this to be the best campground we've stayed in. Dating to the 1950s, the resort is located on a creek and springs once utilized by local Indians and the park-like grounds include huge shade trees and a spring-fed duck pond. Bathrooms and showers are spotless and showers include individual dressing rooms with heat lamp (!), bench and shelf, mirror and plug for hairdryer. Friendly staff and office cats. Very highly recommend this campground about 10 miles outside Sedona. We camped at Lo Lo Mai Springs Outdoor Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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Freeport / Durham KOA, Durham, Maine

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $37.00
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Very nice friendly campground with spotless restrooms and lots of hot water. Scenic area close to Freeport. A little tricky to find since "they" (county? state?) won't let camp hosts put up typical yellow KOA signs along the rural route there, so look for little blue and white signs (typical for everything in Maine) to Bradbury Mtn State Park and KOA is past that. Otherwise, it's easy to get lost, especially after dark. We camped at Freeport / Durham KOA in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 6
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Yogi Bear's Sturbridge Jellystone Park, Sturbridge, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $40.00
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Awful, just awful. We were warned by the reviews, but when you're on the road in mid-October, and other places are closed, and you want to go to Old Sturbridge Village, this is it. The only reason I gave it a 2 was the nice woman at the desk who gave us 2 sites to make a pull-through (how 2 RVs could ever fit, I'll never know) and sewer for elec/water price. (Couldn't use the sewer anyway.) We had the misfortune of arriving on a Friday night the weekend before Halloween and were treated to prowling teens and the sounds of bloodcurdling screams from a Halloween CD. The park is full of full-time residents with lots of vehicles and junk everywhere. You can barely make it down the roads, and we have a small trailer. And the price is ridiculous -- we got the site for $36 with a Good Sam discount. We camped at Yogi Bear's Sturbridge Jellystone Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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Halifax West KOA, Upper Sackville, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $31.00
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Nice campground in a wooded setting on the river with vegetation between the sites for privacy, except for the full hookup spaces, which are out in the open. Management is extremely friendly and helpful -- loaned us a converter for the electric hookup and includes driving directions to popular tourist destinations (including Wal-Mart) on the campground map. You can hear traffic on the freeway, but with the trees and river and friendly little squirrels, it's like being in a park. We camped at Halifax West KOA in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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Lake Placid / Whiteface Mtn KOA, Wilmington, New York

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $33.00
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This may be the best KOA we've ever stayed in. A pretty forest setting like a state park, very clean showers, laundry, and helpful friendly owners. Great location for exploring the Adirondacks. Highly recommended! We camped at Lake Placid / Whiteface Mtn KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 7
States Visited: 6
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Wisconsin State Fair RV Park, West Allis, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $33.00
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Excellent place to stay when visiting Milwaukee in the off-season. We were here in mid-September and found it a great urban campground -- this is not Yellowstone! Spotless bathrooms/showers with lots of hot water, Ideal access to freeway into town. Complaints came from summer campers. I'd certainly stay clear when the fair or other summer events are is session, but that's just common sense! We camped at Wisconsin State Fair RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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