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Great views of the surrounding mountains from most rv sites. Park and sites are gravel and sites have reasonable spacing so that you can use slides and awnings. Picnic table and firepit at each site. Most of the rv parks in Buena Vista are gravel/dirt and the major difference is the view. We have stayed in some of the others and this is the best view. Wifi and cable available, but not very many channels. Very friendly staff and they have a great espresso machine that does the best coffee, even better than Starbucks. This is our choice for BV.

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Great rv park to use as a base to visit Black Canyon (both sides), Telluride, Ouray and Silverton. Concrete slabs for site with lots of grass and trees at each site. We backed up to the pond and it was nice to hear the water running at the waterwheel. No picnic tables so bring something with you. Showers and toilets are single rooms and are among the cleanest I have seen in any rv park. Laundry room also very clean with a good number of washers and dryers. Owners, staff and other guests very friendly. We were able to enjoy the Olathe sweet corn while there and it is some of the best we ever had.

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One of the great Colorado state parks with full hookups in the Lakeview loop. Other loops closer to the water have electric and water or just electric. Dump station is available. In the Lakeview loop, the sites are large and most have great views of the water and hills. On site host does a great job on having a pristine, clean site for you when you arrive. He even rakes the gravel. Sites had a level concrete slab for the rv, with picnic table and fire pit. Some picnic tables have a covering. Restrooms and showers were clean. We were at the top of the hill in site 53 and it was so quiet with nobody in front of us and nothing but a hill and some deer to the passenger side. This is a great state park and we shall definitely return. The cell service for ATT was limited but was available at certain locations in the park.

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Nice KOA just east of Cheyenne on I-80. We were travelling south on I-25, but it was no more than 10 minutes out of our way. There is some road noise but not bad. Very friendly on-site manager and staff. Nice dog walk and lots of grass around the edge of the park to walk pets. From what I have seen in Cheyenne this is probably the best rv park in the area. A State Park gets good reviews but it is 24 miles from Cheyenne. Good Wi-Fi and cable reception.

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Great rv park just outside of town with lots of grass and trees and right on the Wind River. Easy access from the road but the sites are far away from the road and very quiet and peaceful. Lots of deer roaming about and families of ducks and geese while we were there. Clean private bathroom and shower combinations. Friendly management and staff and we wish we could have stayed longer than one night.

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Lovely campground near the west entrance to Yellowstone NP. No hookups but you can run your generator between 8am and 8pm, and there is a water tap near the entrance. We were in a back-in that was level with a fire pit and picnic table. Very peaceful and quiet and you can walk down to the river. We were in loop A. Some of the sites were a bit tight an lots of maneuvering to get into. We are only 26' long, but next time I shall tell them I am 28' so that I may get a site that is easier to get into. There will be a next time because Yellowstone is probably our favorite NP. Lots of wildlife and spectacular scenery.

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Just off the highway behind a gas station. You check in at the gas station. Lots of grass and trees and the showers/toilets are self contained units and are clean. There is some highway noise, but more of a drone that loud. Good areas to walk the dog. Store has a grill and they will deliver food to the rv.

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Excellent rv park next to the Evergreen Air and Space Museum which is a must see. There is a path from the rv park and it has lots of fascinating displays, especially Howard Hughes Spruce Goose. The park is spotless with lots of grass and paved roads and sites. Very friendly management and staff, and the showers, restrooms and laundry were spotless. Easy access to the downtown McMinnville restaurants and wine tasting rooms. We did drive to some of the vineyards and the views are spectacular. We stopped at Durant Vineyards in Dayton and the views from the garden down into the valley and across to Mount Hood were awesome. Back to Old Stone Village. I cannot say enough about what a great rv experience this is in such a lovely setting. It is on the main road, but it is set so far back that you cannot hear anything.

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This park is about a five minute walk to the beach which is a natural bay and it looks like safe, shallow water. Lots of kids swimming in the water when we were there. No TV or Wi-Fi, but it is a beautiful location. Very private sites with bushes and shrubs for separation. Just a few minutes drive to Cape Arago and the Shore Acres botanical gardens which were wonderful We saw two whales very close to shore when we were there.

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It is a parking lot right on the beach but the ocean view is spectacular. Lots of traffic during the day with people coming to park for the beach. Hookups were fine and the walks on the beach superb. There is no direct access to the beach other than scrambling over the rocks to get down to the beach. Nice sunsets and it is quiet at night since the gate closes at 10.

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Small park in the woods that is very clean. Showers and toilets are older, but well kept and clean. Laundry room is clean. There is a trail across the street to the State park and a nice walk to the cliffs over the beach. Trinidad looks like a nice town and we would have liked to stay longer and explore some more.

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Nice campground next to the beach, which is just over a small sand dune. If you want to walk on the beach and hear the ocean then this is a good place to be. Sites were close together, and as others said the hookups are in an odd spot and the sewer hookup is not attached firmly so it could come off. Pay showers were old but clean. For the location it is a 10 but overall about a 7. We would stay here again.

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Very clean campground attached to the casino just before the California state line. Grass between sites and walking trails up into the hills behind the campground. We ate at the casino and it was good food at a reasonable price. Good place to get gas/diesel before you travel on. We would stay here again. Toilets and showers were clean.

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RV park is part of the marina, and the restrooms and showers have no locks so they are used by transients staying on the pier overnight. Sites were level and it is a good location if you want to be on the water. Some nice drives to Bodega Head and great seafood, crabs and clam chowder, at Spud Point Crab House. Sites on the water are reserved early, but even in the second row you have a nice view of the harbor. We would probably stay at another park next time.

     

Ely KOA

Ely, Nevada

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Good overnight stop on US 50 with long pull-throughs that are mostly level. Good cable service and Wi-Fi. Toilets and showers are clean. Make sure you get proper address or coordinates for GPS or you could end up on the wrong road. This is our second stay and we will stay here again when we travel the "loneliest road in America". Nice views of the surrounding hills from the park.