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This is just your typical KOA. The infrastructure was acceptable. All roads are gravel or dirt. Swimming pool and spa were well kept. Mini-golf had been removed. Wi-fi was acceptable.

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This park was way too busy for our taste. We came here mainly to entertain our granddaughter. Granted there's a lot of things for the kids to do, but the park was overcrowded with unsupervised kids. Playing mini golf wasn't enjoyable because of the kids cutting through and being rowdy. The bounce tube was enjoyable for the grandkid as it was better supervised. Swimming pool areas were well kept and enjoyable for her also. Pancake breakfast was doable on a Thursday. On Friday the lines were getting pretty long, even early on, and forget Saturday morning as the lines were way too long.

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Very nice little park right off of Hwy 101 in Amanda Park. There is some nice sitting areas over by the river. There is a fire pit next to the river for the use of the inn (8 rooms) or the RVers (5 sites). Wood is provided for this fire pit. All RV sites are gravel/grass. This park is noisy during the day due to the amount of logging and logging trucks traveling the nearby highway but at night it's not a problem.

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RV sites are very close together. The sites facing the Straits of Juan de Fuca are on three tiers. The lower tier (first come, first serve) have the best view, the middle tier view is blocked by the lower tier, and the upper tier has a good view. There's plenty of places to walk around the park. They also have a very nice playground with modern equipment for the kids. Our Verizon router was spotty but we did end up with a fair internet connection. Our AT&T cell phones had no service. Our fire ring was underneath the corner of our rig so was unusable. We barely had room for our 32' MH and toad but we made it fit.

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Sites are close together but overall the park is a good place for an overnighter. Infrastructure is in excellent shape, power was adequate even though everybody was running their air conditioners. Every spot has a concrete pad to park on. We wanted a shady spot (100 degrees out) and we were put between two seasonal sites. Those folks were very friendly and their sites were well kept. A strong breeze came up very suddenly (be careful about deploying awnings) as this KOA is on the top of a hill.

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This is your typical KOA campground which is good enough for an overnighter. The sites are close together but doable. There's a bit of aroma from the nearby cattle ranching but nothing particularly offensive. There's a busy road right next to the park that settles down to unnoticeable after dark.

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This park is literally a gravel parking lot. It's kept up nicely, to include the pool. It's good enough for a one night travel stay. They have a lot of seasonal folks but they are well separated from the overnighters. Seasonal sites were well maintained.

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This is the best campground we've been to yet. The couple that run it keep it absolutely immaculate. They're very fussy about keeping the gravel maintained and the sites level. The swimming pool area was spotless. They escort everybody to their site.

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This KOA is good for an overnight stay but not much beyond that. Dirt roads, unlevel, gravel sites are the norm. The road going to the park south of Louisville is always very busy.

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Our stay here was very pleasant as we had the upper campground to ourselves. Each site in the upper campground is terraced and leveled. Our favorite part of this campground is their affiliation with Days Inn and the amenities that provides. The buffet provided by Days Inn is excellent. Wi-Fi was very good as the park wasn't very crowded.

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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.