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This really isn't a very nice campground. I would have to consider it more of a trailer park for RVs. Most of the park is occupied by seasonal or full timers. The infrastructure is lacking in that the power lines are strung randomly around the trees, some of the water lines are just 1/2" abs lines strung around on the ground, and the sewer lines are pvc with some of it above ground. It's either very dusty or very muddy. There are mosquitoes aplenty with all of the standing water around the campground. The river is really not very inviting either as it moves very slowly and retains a yellowish color from the vegetation. I do have to say that the two women that own the park are very pleasant to deal with but I'm afraid that's about the only positive attribute I can give the park. We spent a week here and would have gone someplace else but it looked like some of the other campgrounds in the area could have been similar so we stayed put.

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Very nice park in the Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area. Well stocked store for all the souvenirs, rv supplies, and goodies you might want. Separate area for the seasonal folks so you don't even know they're there. We were upgraded to a terraced patio site that was excellent. The entire park including the miniature golf course is well maintained.

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Very large state park with a limited number of hookup sites. Good idea to know what you want and where you're going in the park before you go there or make a reservation. Site wasn't very level but doable.

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Very nice, well maintained park. They were just putting up hanging baskets for the summer. Their well maintained bocce court was inviting enough to play a round. Garbage pickup at your site. Lots of seasonal folks but it didn't matter as they have their own separate area.

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Good enough place to stop for the night. Well kept and right off the freeway. It's in conjunction with a Phillips gas station and food mart, so that's handy. They also have a burger bar and soft serve ice cream.

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Overall nice park. Office was closed when we arrived but our reservation sheet was readily available. I have to question the electrical infrastructure of the park in that we overloaded the 30A feeding our site (our fault) and tripped a breaker. It wasn't the breaker in the RV so the next stop is the breaker on the post. Not tripped either. Had to call management to get them to reset a breaker down the line. That tells me that the campground is improperly wired. Other than that it's a convenient place to stop for the night.

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Nice park right on the Yellowstone river. Be aware that it's ten miles off of I90. All roads and sites had been freshly graveled and ours was very level.

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You have to know which part of the park to stay in if you want hookups as Tatanka campground is the only section with these amenities. There was no maps or explanations anywhere. You must go to the web site and figure out where you want to stay. Hook up sites are reservation only from May 15 to September 15. Other than that, the hookup sites are very spacious. Every site affords a view of some sort as they are terraced. We were able to use our Verizon router for Wi-Fi. No AT&T cell service.

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We've camped here many times before but this was the best one yet. We didn't get blown away by the constant wind or cooked out by the high temps. This park is right on the Columbia River and has a great view, roomy sites, and well maintained campgrounds. It also has a very nice swimming hole. This year a lot of the grass had browned out because of a failed pump but should be better next year. What a great place for the kids to ride bikes, scooters, or roller blades. Be aware that there is a couple of busy train tracks right next to the park (and I mean very close to the park). If you have an aversion to a noisy train coming through occasionally, you won't like this campground. There's also a steep hill right next door with trucks using their compression brakes throughout the day.

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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.