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Typically KOAs are located next to highways, and this was no exception. The exception was the noise being louder than most. Very pleasant staff, good power, water pressure, and Wi-Fi. Their on-site pizza was the best ever.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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Right off the freeway so plenty of road noise. Just a typical KOA with close together sites. Good enough for a nightly stay but that's about it. Power was down to 105 volts at one point due to everyone using their A/C.

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Plenty of mature trees so you can select a shady site if desired. Very personable staff that took the time to show me a couple of sites to let me pick what I wanted. Well thought out, graveled, and spacious sites. No muddy sites here. A mile off the highway so there is no road noise.

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Site was not level but close enough to easily level with lego blocks. Upper camp ground was well kempt with no seasonal sites. Registration at Days Inn was painless. Had a great meal at the Days Inn restaurant. Far enough from the highway to be very quiet.

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Lots of seasonal folks parked here but all of their sites were well kept including large lawns and some with flags. In no way did the seasonal spots detract from the park. They have a large stocked pond with several docks to swim from. They also have two large covered areas for large gatherings.

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This is an over the top RV park. The only thing lacking is mature trees and some shade. Free mini golf, a splashing area for the kids, a pond with paddle boats and fishing, lots of green grass and space between sites, lots of eclectic little structures throughout the park. The folks that own this park are obsessed with keeping it neat and clean. Sites are all leveled and long.

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The campground is right off of the freeway so is very noisy. This is a good place to stop for the night to do laundry, etc. but that's about it. There's an RV service center next door so if you need any RV parts they have them.

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The part of the campground we stayed in had lots of grassy area between sites. Staff was very helpful setting us up with a tour of the Badlands and Mount Rushmore. One of the staff was very helpful in our decision whether or not to stay for the chuckwagon portion of the tour (we did). They also had rental cars on site. Wi-fi was spotty but usable during off hours.

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Park is well kept but spendy. We elected a non-sewer site because it cost another $20. Wifi is typical of KOAs. Unusable later in the day as too many people are using it. It slows to a crawl. They charge extra for the mini golf.

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Lots of grass and open areas between sites. Very nice staff. Be aware that's there's a train running close by but really never bothered us.

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Well kept park just outside of Walla Walla along a quiet road. Quite a few seasonal rvs but the sites were kept up.

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Very nice and well kept park with plenty of room between sites. We chose this park because it's one of the stops on the Red Bus tour and because of previous good ratings. Friendly staff and well stocked store to include all major food items such as milk and bread. We departed a day early due to lousy weather and they gave us a refund with no questions asked.

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Friendly staff, very nice park on the Spokane River. Good entertainment watching the boats going to/from Lake Couer d'Alene. Lots of riverfront seating provided for doing just that. Grounds are very well kept and no evidence of seaonal campers. An excellent destination park with a bit of a stay in mind. Kayak and boat rentals to get out on the lake.

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This campground was a real disappointment. Pool was nice, Wi-Fi was very good, but our site had not been picked up. There were cigarette butts and small pieces of trash throughout the site. A 2 minute walk-through by staff would greatly enhance the appearance of the site. We also had the neighbors from hell next to us. They were talking and laughing very until 10:30. Their own rules stated quiet time starts at 9:30 but there was nobody around to enforce any rules. I never did see any park staff driving through the park. This park gets good reviews from other campers and the park on the other end of town gets panned (for good reason, we've stayed there many times) but I will be staying at the other park after this because it's closer to town.

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As mentioned in previous reviews, the owner is very pleasant and the sites with grass are very well maintained. He really made an attempt to keep the place as neat and clean as possible. That said, the sites are very close together and a good portion of them are seasonal RVers. Some of the seasonal RV rigs are not in great shape. Other campers walked through our site but I didn't see any alternative so I didn't let it bother me. There's not any great places to stay in Long Beach so this may be as good as it gets close to town.