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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.

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A very convenient park. We got a pull through site and it was just big enough for our 39 foot coach with the toad attached. Easy to get around with very nice facilities. You can walk out into the wide open spaces right behind the park which is a great place to walk the dog. The internet worked well. Our only complaint was all but the one handicapped shower were pay showers which I thought was a bit ridiculous since the rates should include use of the shower.

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A very nice campground just a few miles from the Fairplex. We stayed there for an event at the Fairplex and we were glad we stayed there rather than on the Fairplex grounds. We had site A92. It was a pretty level paved back in site that had plenty of room for the toad in front of the RV. There was a very nice area to sit at the side of the RV. There was plenty of room between us and the next RV. In driving around, we noticed that some of the sites are quite unlevel so be careful which one you get. There is no wifi at the sites. You have to go the office to get the free wifi. I drove down the hill to great trails for running, biking and walking the dog. The roads were a little narrow but we had no trouble getting around in our 39 foot coach. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The grounds were very well kept. We disliked all the speed bumps they had. There is a gate with a guard that checks everyone going in. Overall, a very nice RV park.

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This is a great park! We stayed in a pull through (site 1) but we walked around to see many of the other sites. There are some near the office that are placed around a circle that are not as nice, but the rest of the sites are really spacious. There is lots of room between each site. There is concrete where the RV would be. There was a very nice concrete pad with a picnic table. It was easy to get in and out of the site. The wifi is the best we have had in a long time. There is a very nice fenced dog park and places outside the park to walk the dog. There is no cable TV but you can get a number of over the air stations. We will definitely come again.

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We enjoyed our two stays at this park. We had a pull-through site that was long enough to keep the toad hooked up. We stayed for 4 nights total. The location is right off a main road close to a grocery store and right next to the fairgrounds. They have a small dog area but we liked walking the dig at the fairgrounds. The site was level and graveled. There was an area with pavers where there was a picnic table. The sites were spaced well. My only complaint is the utilities are oddly placed. They are way off to the side and toward the back of the site. We had to put an extension on the sewer connection. The cable TV was good and the Internet even worked well! The managers were very nice. We would definitely come here again.

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Overall, it is a nice park but pricey for what you get - probably because of the location. It is very close to the Garden of the Gods park and near lots of nice shops and the railway to Pikes Peak. The roads are a little tight but doable. The site was a pull through site but not very level, but we were able to level using the jacks. There are lots of trees so we could not use the satellite dish on the roof. The restrooms were clean but they are old and need upgrading. The people at the office were very nice. A couple of nights a week they had BBQ dinners but we did not have the chance to try them. The internet was very slow and the cable TV was minimal but it worked well. There was a gate out to a very nice walking path that went into town. They have a nice off leash dog area. If I wanted to see this location again, I would come to this campground.

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This is a great RV park! It is new so everything is laid out so big rigs can get around easily. We had a pull-though site that was 70 feet long. The site was concrete with a small concrete pad for a picnic table. All of the sites are level with either concrete or gravel. I have plenty of space on the sides. The rate reflects a military discount. We enjoyed the pool and the hot tub. They have a very nice club house, a playground for the kids and a pavilion for groups. The people there were very nice. There is a fenced dog run and a big field next door that was great for walking the dog. It was very easy in and out, and Heber City is a nice town. It is close to lots of outdoor activities and Park City. Good cable TV channels. The Wi-Fi was even good, which is rare. We liked it so much we are going back in a few weeks and will spend more time there.

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The park is about 30 miles south of Jackson, WY. The park has three sides of RV slots around a large grassy area in the middle. One side has pull-through slots and that is where we stayed. It looks like the other two sides are mainly for long term use. The pull through site was long enough for a 39 foot motor home and the toad. It was graveled and level. The sites are a little narrow but very easy to get in and out. The site faced a large field that was adjacent to the river. It was a great place to walk the dog and walk down to the river. It is an older park. The restrooms were old but they were clean. The managers were very nice. It was very quiet. As with many parks, the Wi-Fi was very erratic. Sometimes it would work and then it would go in and out so much that it was useless. This is a basic park but it is well kept and well managed. The area around the park is very nice. We would come here again.

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We reserved a pull thru site so we would not have to unhook the toad. The site was long enough for my 39 foot RV and toad but the road in front was narrow and I could not have pulled straight out unless the person in the site across from me was was not there. Thank goodness they left early and we were able to get out without unhooking. Great location right of route 80. Pretty campground. Level gravel site. I did not test the WiFi. The shower had a glob of hair in it. I would probably come again but I would be more careful about the site.

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Overall, a nice park in a beautiful canyon. The roads are a little narrow but doable in big rigs. The site we had was long enough for my 39 foot coach. The car had to be parked next to it but the site was wide enough. Lots of room on each side and the site was graveled and level. There was a picnic table and grill at the site. The internet access was slow and it went in and out at times. It take patience to get anything done. Verizon worked until the last day and all of a sudden, there was no service at all. There are lots of nice places to walk the dog. There is a nice hike up a canyon about a 1/4 mile down the road. Some sites were not very large and the RVs were packed together. Nice pavilion for group events.