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We often travel in New Mexico and stay at this park. Friendly staff and the park is very well kept, grass mowed, trees and shrubs pruned and weeds kept to a minimum. Our space was plenty wide enough to put out slides on both sides of our rig and long enough to park our truck in front of it. Our site was level, paved, and came with a small concrete patio and table. They placed us close to the dog run and next to a green space. Cable TV was good, could have used a program guide channel, though. This is our favorite park for overnight or longer stays when visiting Albuquerque. We will happily stay here again.

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We've stayed at this park twice before and have had a fairly good experience. This time though we opted for a super premium end space and it turned out to be a doggie potty spot. One man stood just outside our space talking to a park staffer while his German Shepard did his thing. He walked away without cleaning it up and the staffer didn't say a thing. A large group of Country Coach people came in a row or two away and they all headed for our space with their dogs. We will by-pass this park in the future.

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We were looking for a park new to us to stay in while in Redding and couldn't have picked a better place. Check in was easy, the staff was polite and we were given a space in the new section where our satellite dish would work. The owners keep this place extremely clean and neat. Even the long term residents spaces were neat. Our space had a level concrete pad with a paver patio and a nice table. The cable TV was very clear. Even though the park is close to the freeway, there is no freeway noise. Very quiet at night. Park is also close to a major market and drugstore as well as almost any other store you might need. We found the park to be very dog friendly. The owner is proud of his park and it shows everywhere you look. We will definitely stay here again.

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We just spent three quiet and peaceful nights at this park. This place is dog friendly, people friendly and a great place to stay. The spaces are plenty wide enough and long enough if you aren't towing a 100' monstrosity. Our satellite dish worked great here and the cable was clear and joy to watch. We eat out a lot and there are several good restaurants in town for breakfast, lunch or/and dinner. Only complaint, and it isn't a big one, is that the park could do more to control the weeds growing in the long term tenants spaces. This park is going to be on our list of "stay at" parks as we travel on the I-5 Interstate. I would have rated this park a 10 except that the spaces are not level. They tend to slope down in front and down on the left side. The motorhome parked in the space in front of ours didn't have levelers and I don't know how they coped with the angle they were parked on. Anyway that aside this is a great park. On the plus side there is a great gas station with diesel and gas about 5 miles south of town off the I-5 at the Easy street off ramp. Open 24/7, lots of room for any size rig, and the price was the cheapest we found in the area.

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There are times when even a triple 10 Trailer Life or a 5 star Woodalls rating will guarantee a good stay in a park. We were looking forward to spending a pleasant week here and our stay was not as expected. Upon checking in the space set aside for us was still occupied so we were shuffled off to a space with a noisy electrical transformer in the grassy area just outside our coach door. This park is unique in that all the electrical distribution transformers are placed in the middle pad next to the patio table. The electrical hookup pedestals are also oddly placed. I could sit at my neighbors patio table while plugging into the electrical outlet. When we asked to be assigned another space we were told to wait until the next morning and we could move. I went to the office in the morning and asked again to be moved. The clerk said someone was leaving and she would have the site checked and then assign it to us. The site checker called in and said the site was ready and we were allowed to move. When we pulled onto the site we found there had been a big sewage spill that covered about one third of the space. I went to the office again and asked that we either be moved or that the site be cleaned up. After about an hour a maintenance worked arrived and did a so-so job of cleaning up. We have been RVing for many years and have never been assigned a space with sewage on it. It certainly wasn't expected at such a highly rated park. The park staff never came to the site to see if we were happy, never apologized for the mess. We will definitely never stay at this poorly managed park again. I have written many reviews of other parks and have always been generous in giving high marks to marginal parks. This one barely deserved the 1/2 star.

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This is our fourth stay at this park. Only one night this trip, we have stayed here longer. The area we like is the newer area in the back. Wide well kept spaces mostly pull throughs. There are a lot of long term residents in the middle of the park that are starting to visually bring the park down. As always the accumulation of clutter, wooden steps, decks and multiple BBQ's, just looks bad. However, the park is convenient to the I-5 freeway and there's a big gas station just outside the park where any size rig can fill up. We will stay here again as we often travel the I-5 on our trips.

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We stayed a week here and loved this park. Wide, deep spaces paved with pavers and extremely well kept. First park in a long time where you didn't have to walk in wet grass to get to your vehicle. Very dog friendly, our two dogs liked the park too. Also the free paper and coffee in the morning was nice. A little expensive, but you get what you pay for. We will stay here again.

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We wanted a park to stay in for a couple of nights on our way from Coeur D'Alene, ID to Bend, OR and this was a perfect place to do so. Although the park is about 75% full of full time residents, it was still neat and clean. We were assigned a pull through that although narrow was certainly fine for two nights. The park is very dog friendly, our satellite dish worked and the cable system was very good. The park store opens at 5:00 a.m., and sells breakfast items like biscuits and gravy. If we ever come to this area again, we will definitely stay here.

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We stayed at this park about six weeks ago and were not very happy with the space assigned to. It was a pull through in row A under big trees that blocked our satellite reception. The site was not level, we had to raise our front tires off the ground a couple of inches and the cable TV was fuzzy. This time we were assigned a pull through in row E that we just loved. Very wide space, no big trees to block our satellite and the cable worked a little better. The park is very dog friendly, our space had lots of green grass and was plenty wide enough to walk the dogs in. Also the park is full of flowers that the staff works hard at keeping nice. If in Missoula again we will definitely stay at Jim and Mary's RV Park.

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I've read a lot of reviews about Dick's RV Park, some good, some not so good. We've stayed here three different times and this last time was the best yet. The spaces are wide with green grass and a table in every space. The cable TV was the best cable we have ever had in an RV park. Clear picture and lots of channels. This park is located close to the Canadian border and lots of Albertans use this park. They come in groups and like to party. However, they didn't bother us. There is a major grocery and several restaurants within a mile or two and easy access to Great Falls. We would definitely stay there again if in the area.

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Beautiful park. Friendly owners and staff and big spaces. Only problem was the cable TV. Blurry and/or full of static. We stayed in two different spaces and the cable was bad in both. However, our satellite worked just fine so poor cable wasn't such a big deal to us. We would stay there again.

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We love this park. Out in the country with open views of fields and snowy mountains. Wide spaces and exceptionally well kept and clean. When we checked in our favorite spot was taken so the owner directed me to a back-in space and told me to pull straight in for better views. Turned out to be the best spot in the park. Very friendly management. Even though the park is in the open spaces, it is still only minutes from a town that is fun to visit. We found several restaurants we liked and more to try next time. There are interesting places to visit only a short drive away, Butte, Virginia City, Nevada City and Bannack State Park to name just a few. We like to drive through the countryside, find a small cafe for lunch and return to the park in time for dinner. This location offers several such places to drive to. We would definitely stay at this park again.

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We stayed at this park a couple of years ago and was not happy with it. The park has changed though, and we were happy with the park this time. They have a strange double pull through section that takes a little getting used to. Easier to stay here in a motorhome than a trailer. Last time we stayed, they wouldn't let us walk our dogs in the park. Instead they wanted us to walk them across a busy street to a grassy area. This time they were dog friendly. The park was also much neater,cleaner and greener than before. Only problem we had was poor cable TV reception but they gave us a site that our satellite dish worked in so that wasn't a real problem for us. Not many choices for places to stay in Pocatello so we would stay here again if traveling through the area.

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We stayed here a week and loved the park. Wide spaces, green grass between sites and the park was spotlessly clean. The park was very dog friendly. Our satellite dish had a clear shot at the sky and the cable TV system worked great. The rate we paid was the weekly rate, less than some KOA's we have recently stayed at that were not nearly as nice. This was one of the best parks we have stayed in and we have stayed in over 200 parks. We are returning to Salt Lake in a couple of months and will stay here again.

     

Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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We have stayed at this park several times and have always been happy there. New owners are friendly, the park is extremely well kept and there is a new swimming pool. The park is popular with ATV riders as there are lots of trails in the area but they are gone most of the day and quiet at night. Unlike most other KOA parks there are not many fire rings which is a great plus with us as we don't like campfire smoke. The sites are wide and the grass is kept mowed and green. We would definitely stay there again.