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Very convenient park to town and well laid out, easy to maneuver. Sites are big enough to have a picnic on the available tables. Office staff is friendly and knowledgable. Laundry room is nice sized and clean. We did not use the river/lake facilities, but everyone else seemed to. This is our second stay here but we may try a less crowded park next time.

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This brand new park is on its way to a 10! The park has 17 sites so far, the remainder are still under construction. The sites are wide, long and level. Several satellite dishes are placed throughout the park and Wi-Fi was excellent. The sites all have nice picnic tables, and several have fire pits. A short walk north or south takes you to 1 of 2 lakes. The lodge is on the larger lake and is well established with a good restaurant, small grocery store, bar and deck. Cabins and a pier at the lake are also available. The down side is the lack of completion. The owners and workers try to keep the dust at a minimum, but there is no landscaping, or grass, yet. We did cook out, but choose not to eat outside in the dust. The owners are very friendly and eager to make this park as beautiful as the surroundings and as friendly as the lodge. We anticipate giving them a 10 on our next stay.

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Beautiful park with friendly staff. They were very helpful as we worked to get our refrigerator repaired. The grounds are immaculately kept, level sites, nice patios and picnic tables. The navigation between sites is pretty tight, we had to ask people to move their cars so that we could get in and out. Views are great! It is walking distance to shopping, which was nice.

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We kept changing our arrival date and therefore had to shift sites mid-stay. This is a hassle, but the second site was so much better than the first, it was worth it to move. The second site, with a view of the Flathead River, is wide, long, and level. All sites have fire rings and picnic tables. The Wi-Fi is great. This is our second stay here.

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This park is well laid out for big rigs with easy access off I-15. The management and owners make the stay enjoyable. Our refrigerator was broken and they kept all of our frozen food for us. They had good suggestions for the repairs. We will definitely stay here again.

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This park is very convenient to Custer State Park and the Needles Highway. It has a few RV full hook-up sites with 30amp. They also have cabins and tent sites and a very nice pavilion. The grounds are beautiful. The camp name is derived from the pair of wolves who make their fenced-off home here. The owner/managers are very nice and helpful. For 4th of July they had a BBQ for all that was great fun.

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This was our first visit to North Ranch, and it is beautiful! I like the concept of an RV park combined with private lots. The views are wonderful and we enjoyed walking in the neighborhood. They are fairly isolated, as all Escapees parks, which works to keep the price down. They only have 30amp electric and the sites are all rock. Folks are all friendly and helpful. We will be here again.

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This is a 55+, private park for Escapees' members only. It is the original Escapees park and therefore a little tight to maneuver. All sites are privately owned and rented through the co-op. It's a great group of people and the park is well maintained. The area is completely fenced but gates provide easy access to the surrounding desert. We are here for 5 nights and will return.

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This is a very friendly park. We like that it is not associated with a casino. The front sites are gravel with asphalt pads that are plenty long and level. Pool and hot tub are pleasant, the pool is heated year-round. We also store our rig here because their security is so good.

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We liked the location; easy access off freeway without all the freeway noise. The sites have plenty of room and a concrete pad with a picnic table. They deliver the morning paper, which is cool, and it is an easy walk to the shopping center. We enjoyed the hot tub one night, but the chlorine was way too strong the next. The price will have us looking for a different spot next time.

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This park is basic, but it provided what we needed for the night. We had a perfect spot to park for ease of in and out, and all the services we wanted were available. It provided a literal "port in the storm". This is an over-nighter kind of place.

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Nice location, friendly staff, clean restroom and showers, $1 laundry machines, propane available, scenic! Construction en route was the only downer. We decided to leave early to avoid new snow, and they even refunded the balance. This was very nice and much appreciated. We will stay here again.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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We called from just north of Beaver and the owner stayed open for our arrival. We left early the next morning and got a call from the owner that our tow lights weren't working. Hard to beat service like this. The wi-fi worked well, as did the cable. Otherwise, we weren't there long enough to take full advantage of all the options. We would stay here again.

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The owner is very helpful at this mostly year-round occupied park. It has terrific concrete pads long enough that you don't have to unhook unless you just need to. There is a nice gazebo with a propane grill that the owner filled for us when told it was empty. The park is just off major highways less than 10m west of Tulsa.

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This park is a gem along a beautiful river. We were camped right next to a path to a cool swim. The park is well kept with long, wide, level sites. It is definitely out of the way: 3 miles down a narrow winding road, the last bit gravel and 2-way travel un-imaginable. Fortunately, that problem did not develop. The owners are very friendly.