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This is a very quiet campground with easy access interior roads and level sites. The staff could not have been nicer and accommodating to us. We stopped over after closing hours for some ice cream treats ($.75) and the campground host saw us and came over and opened the office to serve us. The sites were open, with grass lawns between each.

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Like most KOA campgrounds, this one is over priced, but since it is the only decent full-service campground in the area, they get their price. The WIFI was pretty much useless. I was able to receive emails, but I would have to try multiple times to get an email to send and forget about looking up something on the web. They had a strong WIFI signal but lousy throughput. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. They have a little ice cream and coffee bar where they will make sandwiches for you to take with you for lunch. They also have a barbecue available each night during the Summer. Good size swimming pool and spa, both out doors of course. The interior roads are narrow, but passable. I was in M1, a back-in site that was angled appropriately for backing in to it, but we had to go out the same direction we came in, so it took some maneuvering to get turned around. There was a low rock protecting something next to the road that I hit with my front wheel and made a large gouge in it and the fender rode up on it and scratched the bottom. Not sure why it was there, just very annoying to scratch a 22.5" motorhome wheel.

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I normally try to stay in Boise, but I could not find anything in Boise or Meridian and that is why I ended up in Caldwell. The new owners (ex military purchased in 2015) are extremely helpful and seem to care about us and how we perceived their park. There is adequate space between sites with beautifully maintained grassy areas separating each site with very level gravel parking on each site. The only small negative is they do not have any picnic tables, but since I rarely use one, it didn't bother me.

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This is a very nice park located close to the freeway but it was not noisy. It has good spacing between sites and has trees on grassy areas between sites. The sites from 34 through 43 are aligned SW so you should be able to get a satellite signal. However, if you need it, mention it when you check-in. Some of the trees overhang some sites. I was in 42 and it worked great. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again if I came through this area.

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We have stayed here before when we visited Yellowstone Park and came back for a third time. It is a very clean park with nice grass areas between each coach. It has level sites that are mostly pull-through with some back in. The staff was very friendly and helped us find good places to eat. I highly recommend this park for anyone visiting the area. It is accessed by a narrow lane, but there is ample room to get back to the park.

     

Dayton KOA

Brookville, Ohio

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This is a beautiful park, nice pool, small lake with water fountains, restaurant, etc. Plenty of office help and each camper is escorted to their site. I had an end site so there was plenty of room for me. There are two major areas, one that is closer to the facilities and the other is a little further away, but is very shaded. I guess the only problem are the KOA rates which are always about $10 - $15 higher than most RV parks.

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We stayed here over the 4th of July weekend. Normal rate was $60 but with Passport America it was $30 plus $20/night for holiday weekend and $5 for 50 amp. Joining me was my son and his two kids (15 and 11). The last couple miles of road from Front Royal is narrow, so be prepared for it. I used their physical address and came from the East so my Garmin GPS took me to their driveway. They have a petting farm area and my grand daughter fell in love with a few of the animals. The office staff was very friendly and helpful in giving me directions on how to get back to 81 south. In site 7 the sewer connection was at least 2 hoses away and it was about 2 feet off the ground, so it was difficult to drain the tanks. Not sure the $20 additional was worth the fireworks show they had on July 3rd. It is close to the entry of Shenandoah Parkway where we spent two days hiking and sightseeing. I would stay here again if we were in the area, but not on a holiday weekend.

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This is a very well kept park. It is about 2 miles off of 35, but the sign is a little small and could be easy to miss. Use your GPS with the street address and it will get you to the entrance. Paved roads into the park and gravel roads within the park. Most of the sites are long term, but they are all well kept and clean. The sites are wide enough with water, electric and sewer in most sites. They also have grass sites with 30 amp and water. I would stay here again.

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We have stayed here a number of times while visiting family in mid-town Atlanta. Since we only sleep here and it is a very easy ride down I-85 to mid-town Atlanta, it works fine for us. All the other comments about the park are true. It is mostly a long-term resident park with about a quarter of the sites reserved for 14 day or less stays. It is very convenient to I-85 and is close to restaurants and shopping. The pull-through sites are long and fairly level. The sites are close together but there is plenty of room for slides. There are no picnic tables. Cable and Wi-Fi are available for a price. I did have excellent AT&T LTE signal and the local TV stations came in strong. The 14 day sites were open to the sky for satellite. I did not visit the restrooms. We will stay here again because of convenience and price. A 7 day stay is $165.

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We have stayed in this park a number of times when visiting the Greensboro area, namely because it is the only park in the area. When you pull in it looks like a very pleasant park. They have shaded sites and open sites. Since we have satellite, we choose an open site. However, I do not understand why they did not pay attention to making the sites level. I do not like to have my wheels off the ground, so I was not able to completely level our motorhome. It was not that objectionable, but it seems that with a little bulldozing work they could level the sites. The motorhome next to us had their wheels at least 6" off the ground. They do have free WI-FI, which was fairly fast. There was a strong AT&T signal. The pool was small, but was clean and well kept. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount.

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When you turn off of highway 37 onto Edgewood Ave, there is a large sign for the park, however, there is not a sign at the road where you turn into the park. It is the first right turn off of 37 and it looks like you are turning into someone's home. As a result, we missed it and called them about a block up the road for directions. If you go by the fire station, you have gone too far. Next thing is the speed bumps on the driveway as you enter the park. As you pull in you see the angled parking area for reservations which brings you diagonally across the speed bumps which will shake up a RV something fierce. Why any RV park has speed bumps is a mystery to me. The person at the front desk is very friendly. The interior roads and pads are gravel. The sites are easy to access with a big rig. I was in 51, and it was very level. All the hookups are together and easy to access. The Wi-Fi worked well for us and was fairly fast. I have a satellite dish, so I did not use the cable. Most of the pull thrus are side-by-side hookups with grass areas between the facing sites with a picnic table for each site. It was fairly quiet where we were with no train noise. It is a convenient, easy to get to, reasonably priced park. I am just not fond of side-by-side hookups. The back-in sites are obviously not side-by-side hookups. We would probably stay here again if in the area.

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This was the most convenient park to the Lincoln attractions downtown. Easy access off an access road. The owners could not have been nicer or more helpful. We were given a pull-thru site on the end, which we loved. The power, water, and cable connections were about midway up the site, but the sewer connection was way in the rear of the site. Not sure why they put them so far back, so you will need an extra sewer hose if you want to connect. Since we have a satellite dish, we did not use the cable. The Wi-Fi was OK until more people were using it and then I switched to my AT&T hotspot. They have a new pool which is larger than most campgrounds have. There is a handicapped lift to get people into and out of the water. They also have recycling so we were able to get rid of the recyclables we have been carrying around. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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The campground is neat with long gravel pull-thru sites. They are level and have a gravel patio area with picnic tables. The tables are showing their age. I had a 30 amp site and when I went to plug in the cable, the bottom cover fell off exposing the wire connections. Not a very safe situation. The water connections are between every other site, so you may have it on the left side or it may be on the right side where you have to feed your hose under the RV to connect. There are some trees, but I was able to get a Dish signal and pick up many local over the air stations. The major problem with me was the $40 price per night. This was with a Good Sam discount and included taxes. It just is not a $40 a night campground.

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Wow, what a beautiful campground. You drive in on a wide concrete road and never leave concrete until you leave the park. There is an entry gate that closes after 6:00 PM, so when making reservations, if you plan to arrive after that time you need to get the gate code from them. The registration area is like a large parking lot with plenty of room to park while registering. Every site is a pull-thru with a concrete patio. There is a white plastic electrical pedestal with water and sewer on either side and nicely placed for hookups. The sites are separated by very wide grassy lawns so you never have a cramped feeling. However, it is too bad they did not think about the siting of each site. They all face SW so the afternoon sun is shining on the right side of each making it impossible to get shade even with your awning extended. It would have been perfect if they had reversed the direction of the sites so they were facing NE with your rig and awning providing afternoon shade. The only negatives I have are the speed bumps they have upon entering and at the entry to each row. These really play havoc with motorhomes and should be removed. They are really too small to get cars to slow down and just big enough to be a nuisance to motohomes. The other is there should be picnic tables at each site. As it is now, only about 1/3 of the sites have them and a RV park of this caliber needs picnic tables at each site. All this said, I would definitely return when in the area.

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After reading the reviews, we decided to stay here. Like has been said on other reviews, there are two parts to the park, the resort area, where we stayed was beautiful. There are pull-through sites, pull-in sites and back-in sites. The smallest are 40' by 80'. The lots in the resort area are for sale with about 1/3 of the sold. The concrete pads were double wide at the entrance so there was plenty of room to park vehicles and trailers if you have them. We were in one of the pull-in sites facing a large Coy pond. Natural landscaping between each site was beautiful and very tastefully done. The pool and hot tub were wonderful and the view looking North is spectacular. The Wi-Fi was good, but not very fast. Extremely easy access to both sides of the park. We would definitely stay here again. The campground was also very nice. Paved roads, gravel sites with a concrete pad and a picnic table. Some smaller trees. If we were staying longer we would probably stay in the campground and not the resort to save some money.