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Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada

Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $50.00
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We loved this place and will definitely be back. Clean, level sites, great pools, quiet. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The cafe serves a great, inexpensive breakfast and lunch. We were graciously allowed to have ten guests in for a BBQ, and to use the tables near the pool. The resort is just a few miles south of the Las Vegas Strip. So it is easy to visit the local sights then relax back at the resort. We camped at Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

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Boulder Creek RV Resort, Lone Pine, California

Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $35.00
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The rate reflects a 10% AAA discount. Lone Pine is an interesting place to explore, and this RV park served its purpose for a few nights. The area can be windy and dusty, but the views are beautiful. The park could use more shade trees. We were there the same weekend as a large group of dune buggy enthusiasts, so it was a bit noisy. We had an easily accessible, pull-through site. We camped at Boulder Creek RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

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Fishing Bridge Campground (NPS Campground), Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $32.00
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Fishing Bridge was pretty much as described on most of these posts: a crowded 'parking lot' to be used mainly as a base camp. We had no problem getting settled in or deploying our slides in the double-wide campsite. This was a good location to view much of Yellowstone. Office staff were helpful (even though a bit long-winded) at check-in. Water pressure relief valve was a must, but the staff is diligent in reminding everyone. With a generator, we did not miss the lack of electric hook-ups. There is evidence of work-in-progress in a couple of the closed loops. We would recommend Fishing Bridge, as long as you are not looking for a sit-around-the-campfire type of campground! We camped at Fishing Bridge Campground (NPS Campground) in a Fifth Wheel.

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Colter Bay Village RV Park -- Full Hookups (Concessionaire Operated) , Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $42.00
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We really enjoyed our stay here...beautiful surroundings, clean campground, perfect location. The pull-through sites were a dream to negotiate, and the hook-ups were as expected. It was nice to be able to walk to the laundry, grocery store, marina/trails, and visitor center. The Internet worked well at the laundry/shower building. The warm welcome at check-in was icing on the cake and we will definitely return to Colter Bay and this RV park. We camped at Colter Bay Village RV Park -- Full Hookups (Concessionaire Operated) in a Fifth Wheel.

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Colter Bay Village Campground -- No Hookups (Concessionaire Operated), Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $20.00
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On a 2-week trip, this area was our favorite and we will definitely camp here again. Abundant wildlife (moose, buffalo, pronghorn), gorgeous views, peace and quiet (in the fall), great location, helpful park employees, and a good value at $20/night. We used a generator during the 8am-8pm hours. The best 'dry camping' spot we have visited. We camped at Colter Bay Village Campground -- No Hookups (Concessionaire Operated) in a Fifth Wheel.

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States Visited: 4
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Provo KOA (Closed), Provo, Utah

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $29.00
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We camped here as a quick overnight stopover. The campground is like no other KOA we've been to (no warm welcome or help with checking in, no activities or pool within view, LOTS of ducks hanging out near the office, kind of a dark 'foreboding' atmosphere). The owners were not present when we arrived at 6:00 pm, and the office is only open a couple of hours in the morning, and again in the afternoon. We 'guestimated' the cost and left a check in the self-registration slot in the office door. A campground resident was kind enough to drive my husband around the grounds to find a spot. Although relatively clean and comfortable, it definitely had the feel of a park for mostly permanent residents. We did feel safe. We did not hear any planes or trains and, this time of year, we were pretty bug-free. We do not plan to camp here again. We camped at Provo KOA (Closed) in a Fifth Wheel.

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