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We chose this park because it has concrete RV pads. We had been driving through lots of rain. I wish we could have spent more time there. They have very nice facilities. We got a long, pull through site that was easy in and out. The site was long enough so we were easily able to keep the toad attached. Everything worked great except the WiFi was so slow as to be useless. It was an easy drive from the interstate. We did not spend much time there but it was a great overnight and it looks like a very nonce park.

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The RV is easy to get to from I-25. There are a lot of pull through sites. We were able to get a site that was long enough to keep the toad attached to our 39 foot coach. Level, traveled sites. There is lots of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table on a concrete pad with a cover. There are 2 small lakes next to the campground that you can walk around. They have a shuttle to the casino and the casino has restaurants. Good WiFi. Great southern view for the satellite dish. They do not take reservations but there were a lot of sites available.

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We stayed one night on our way through. We got o long pull through site with water and electric. The campground and the site are easy to get in and out of. The WiFi worked well and the bathrooms are clean. We would definitely come again if we come through the area.

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We stayed overnight on our way home. It is an easy and short drive from route 70 to the campground. Really easy in and out. Nice wide, level sites. We got a 50 amp pull through site. We did not use the pool but it looked very nice. The fellow at the front desk was very helpful. They have a free breakfast with coffee, hard boiled eggs and pastries. There was lots of room between sites and the roads were nice and wide. The WiFi worked fine. It was dry while we were there but we wondered if things would be muddy if it rained since there was not a lot of gravel. There was a very good restaurant right next door. We liked this KOA and we will be back.

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This is a difficult RV park for big rigs. The roads are narrow and sloped. The site we got was not 50 amps. The sites near the top are not 50 amps. The sites below near the river are. We were OK with 30 amps since the weather was cool. The issue was the site and the roads. The site was a pull through and was long enough, but there was a big trench coming in due to water run off and the site was not level. In order to level, we had to lift the front wheels off the ground. When we left, we dragged the Blue Ox tow bar and got stuck because of the angle of the exit of the site to the road. We had to unhook the toad and remove the Blue Ox tow bar to get out. The people in the site next to us were also concerned about how they would get out although their site had less of a slope out. The people running the park were very nice and they had a great breakfast on Saturday morning. However, they need to be aware of how their sites are set up and not put RVs in sites that will cause issues. The site was narrow and there was barely enough room to walk around the picnic table to get to the coach. We will not be coming back to this park.

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A very nice RV park close to I-70. It was easy to get in and out. We got a long pull through site (site 64) that was long enough for our 39 foot class A and a toad. The sites are level. We had issues with a few branches and they came right out and removed the branches. They have a nice pool. There are places to eat within walking distance. The wireless worked well. We will go there again.

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We come here every year and love it. The sites are spacious and there is a lot of room between sites. All the sites in the west campground have 50 amps now but we stayed in one of the few 50 amp sites in the east campground. There is no WiFi or cable TV. WiFi is available in a building a few miles away. We used our satellite dish and you have a clear view of the southern sky. This is simply a beautiful place to camp. There are always lots of deer and antelope. We have had flocks of wild turkeys go through the campground. I heard elk bulging this trip and saw a couple of female elk. There are lots of places to walk and hike. If you want to go shooting, there is not better facility but you can enjoy this wonderful place without using any of the shooting facilities.

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We have stayed a number of times at this KOA. It is a well maintained with pull through sites that are long enough to keep the toad attached to the motorhome. Be sure to call and check on the length of the site if you reserve online. We reserved online once and it reserved a site that was not long enough but they were able to change the site when we got there. The sites are level and graveled and they have a nice patio area with pavers and a picnic table. The WiFi worked well. The dog areas are very small but you can take the dog next door to the fairgrounds where there is a lot of room. There are lots of trees - too many trees. They were trimmed so they did not hit the coach but it is impossible to use a satellite in many of the sites. The trees also made turning into the sites a little tight. The biggest issue is the location of the power, water and sewer. They are all the way in the back of the 75 foot long sites near the road. We needed to use three connected sewer hoses to reach. If you have a coach with the toad attached, the coach is toward the front and it is a very long way to the utilities.

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Very nice RV park. It is easy to access the park from route 70. It is not in the best part of town but the park is quiet and private. Lots of trees but they trim the trees so they did not hot the top of my tall motor coach. We had a long pull through site and did not have to unhook the toad. We could not use the satellite dish because there are too many trees obstructing the southern sky. We used the pool and it was very nice. The miniature golf course was free but it was not in good repair. There were not really good places to walk the dog in the park but we went out the back gate and there are some open fields. It is obviously a very popular spot for ATVers. We would come here again.

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The nightly rate shown does not show the $8 reservation fee that is added for each reservation you make online. This is a wonderful campground. We got site ST03 which is a full hookup site. Even though it says that the RV cannot be more than 30 feet in length, the loop sites are large enough for a motorhome and a toad. I have a 39 foot motorhome and was able to park the motorhome and the toad could go either in front or behind the motorhome. Some of the sites are back in sites and they would have been too short. There are full hookup sites, electric only sites and sites without any utilities. There are water faucets all over. I called and confirmed that I could fit into the site with the motorhome. This is a WONDERFUL place. All sites have picnic tables but our site and others have a concrete pad with a full cover for the picnic table. The restrooms are clean. There is lots of room between sites. It is so peaceful and quiet! It is a small campground and all sites were an easy walk to the reservoir. We saw hawks and a lot of rabbits. There were trails along the water. There was a boat ramp and places to fish along the shore. The park is convenient to Flaming Gorge and Dinosaur National Park. We came on 40. We drove up 191 and decided we would not like to drive it in the RV, although many do. It is very windy and some areas do not have shoulders. We would live to come to this park again!

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This KOA is just east of Cheyenne off I-80. Even though it is close to the highway, it is far enough away so there is not much road noise. The sites are wide. The site we had was long enough for our 39 foot class A and the connected toad. The sites and the roads are well covered in gravel. There is a lot of grassy area for walking the dog. We did not use the pool but it looked very nice. They have a small miniature golf course. I could not connect to the WiFi but since there was a strong Verizon signal, I only tried once and then used my Verizon hot spot. The folks at the front desk were very nice., We enjoyed our stay here and would come back if in the area.

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There was a lot of rain and they were doing their best to keep the sites dry. They allowed us to select our site so we could select the driest site. The sites have gravel and some of the roads are dirt but everything held up pretty well in some very heavy rain. Our site was in the last row closest to the highway where the longest sites are located. The site was long enough for our 39 foot RV and the toad. There are great grassy areas to walk the dog. The RV park is convenient to the highway. The internet worked well at times and was very slow at other times. The facilities are very well kept and clean. The part of the park we were in had a lot of highway noise. The trucks on the highway could be heard clearly and loudly at our site. We did not have a problem sleeping but you do not want to leave your windows open. Other parts of the park with the shorter sites are quieter. If you are going to Laramie, it is a nice park in a good location.

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The University of Utah is repaving the parking lot where the RV sites are so they have a limited number of sites at the Pony Express RV resort. Even without the discount, this is a very nice RV park. It is very easy to get the park from the interstate but the park is not noisy. They have wide streets and paved sites. There are different lengths of sites. We got one that is the second longest and there was enough room for the RV with the toad behind it. There was a picnic table at each site. The park is adjacent to a trail next to a river where you can hike, bike or take the dog for a walk. Everything was clean and well kept. We did not test the internet but noticed that there were different levels of internet access. You got the basic level free but had to pay for faster access. We enjoyed our stay at the park.

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The big thing this campground has going for it is location. The park is close to downtown Salt Lake. You are an easy walk to the tram and they have shuttles to downtown. The sites are paved but they are a little short for a coach and a toad. There is enough room between sites. Satellite access is tough. There are a lot of trees and it is not easy to get reception although we managed to find a spot for it. They have access to a trail along the river which is great for walks, runs, or walking the dog. The trail takes you to a very large off leash dog park. The park is well cared for and it is very easy to get in and out. They have large lanes for checking in.

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We stayed in one of the few 50 amp spots. It was a pull-through. It was a good size and there was plenty of room for the coach and the toad. The sites are dirt but most looked level. Some sites are among the rocks. There was nice shade at the sites. The roads are a little narrow but you can get through. The park is in a beautiful setting. The hiking and dog walking is incredible! It is an easy walk to Watson Lake and miles and miles of trails. There is access to trails directly from the top loop. You can walk through amazing rock formations and see some great sights. It is easy access to town. The Wi-Fi is only at the office and laundry area. I had a strong Verizon signal so used my hotspot. We would definitely come again.