Wendywoods

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Sites pretty ancient, with old hookups. One toilet and shower (one room with a stall and shower) and same for women (one room with stall and shower) for 203 camper slots? Yup. Both are outside the office. If you are lucky enough to have to go while the office is open, there is another restroom stall inside, but you have to ask the staff for the key. Otherwise if they are both occupied, you're out of luck. Nonexistent Wi-Fi unless you are right nearby the office. Didn't use pool or jacuzzi. Upside: not a lot of trees if you want to use your satellite receiver. It's about 11 highway miles from downtown Reno, if you are interested in taking in the sights.

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Ok for an overnight stay, located near the interstate. We parked at one end of the property next to a trailer court behind a fence, so not a great view. Wi-Fi spotty at best, probably due to our distance from the office. Bathrooms are spotless and beautiful. Bathrooms have combination keys, and at one point the lock on the ladies room stopped working and required the assistance of the staff to get it open again. Some work is being done on the bathroom landscaping so there is a messy front area. Very close parking next to your neighbors.

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This is the closest park to Dinosaur National Monument's Quarry entrance (6 miles). Its also got a solid amount of gravel so it won't turn into a mud hole if it rains. The place is cluttered with rusting debris, and a permanent resident trailer park surrounds the transient sites. The bathrooms are clean. BUT. The camp staff lock the bathroom at 10pm every night and a posted sign says the bathrooms open again at 6am. At 9am I tried to use it and it was locked, I had to find the camp host's trailer, knock on the door, and get him to open it. The showers are run by quarters too. As if $40 for the campground fee wasn't enough to pay them. The bathrooms have long lists of printed rules and regulations posted with exclamation marks at the end of each one. Too bad they can't follow their own simple rule for unlocking the bathroom at the posted time.

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Unfortunately it rained while we were at this campground, which turned it into a giant mud hole. You park in it, you walk in it, you drive in it. It took days to clean it off our shoes, our welcome mat, our steps, hoses, etc. They really need to put down A LOT more gravel, otherwise it is completely unacceptable. Makes me wonder about the lack of standards KOA has for its franchisees. Bathrooms clean, Wi-Fi worked, easy access to highway. Would not return though.

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Tight spaces, so you are looking right into your neighbor's window and picnicking right next to their sewer connections. Otherwise good Wi-Fi, clean restrooms. The campground has a restaurant that makes pork every night, if you eat that sort of thing. Located not far off the interstate.

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Funky little park good enough for an overnight. Charming hosts - check out the rock collection in the office. Cash or check only. Wide roads, easy parking, nearby train tracks might bother some people, but we don't mind. Restrooms were sparking clean as was the shower. Abandoned ghost house on the edge of the property makes the place feel like something out of a Stephen King novel. Town is walking distance across the RR tracks where there is a grocery store, post office, and a few bars. Not much happening when we were there - one other RV. So you might have it to yourself.

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Well run, well organized campground in the middle of a cornfield with wide paved roads and nice landscaping. Grass at each site, good utilities, clean bathrooms and showers. Dramatic views of flat farmland in all directions - we were there for a whopper storm you could see approaching for an hour or more. Laundry had machines that worked fine. Pizza made in the office and delivered - was very good! Downside is the ubiquitous smell of feedlots that greet you everywhere in Nebraska, it seems. Grand Island, Nebraska doesn't have anything worth stopping for, so this was an overnight.

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Nice city-owned campground on the river, clean but ancient bathrooms, roomy spaces for parking although roads in a little narrow for the largest motorhomes. Easy access to Sioux City Iowa (right across the river). Fantastic cabins for rent, all designed by art students. Looks like a lot of folks from down south spend the summer here in seasonal spaces.

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Fantastic park, beautifully laid out, wide sites with patios, nice landscaping, clean bathrooms (2 bath houses), a well-stocked camp store, located right on the local trolley line so you can go right into downtown Salt Lake City. The RLDS church has free van pickups every hour if you'd like to tour the temple and hear an organ recital (daily at 12 noon. Good WIFI. MY FAVORITE park so far this year. Wish we could have stayed longer.

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Not sure how this got a "top 10" designation, but it's definitely not one now. Overgrowing landscaping looks like it hasn't been cultivated in years. Too-narrow sites with ankle-breaking river rock you need to walk on to hook up. Marginal bathroom poorly maintained (broken shower door locks, no soap in dispensers, overflowing trash cans. missing benches). At least the water was hot and the light worked. One bathroom for 100+ sites is a long walk away from a lot of them. Charmless man checked us in. No picnic tables or other site amenities except overgrown "patio" the size of a pickup truck bed. Lots of signs posted about what you can't do. WI-Fi worked, that's about all I can say good about this place. If this is "Spokane's Premiere Resort" as it says in their ad, I can't imagine what it's compared against.

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Large concrete parking lot with level sites and good utilities, plenty of room between sites. Park has an enormous store/cafe/office with adjoining store-front style spaces for group meetings and its own laundromat. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Security is high because of the flea market that takes place next door on a regular basis. Open sky was good for our satellite TV. Friendly office staff. A small airport is also next door and small planes take off and land regularly.

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Good location right off the freeway. Clean and neat little park for an overnight stay. Level sites were adequate as were the hookups. Clean bathrooms and shower and laundry. Front office sports a stuffed alligator caught in their pond, so watch the little doggies! Very pleasant front office staff. Downside #1: there is a paper mill over the hill and the stench never ends. Downside #2: there is a stray animal shelter next door behind the fence, so the homeless dogs in an outdoor kennel enclosure bark their heads off all day until they are put in at night. Very sad sounds.

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Fine park for a few nights stay in Roswell. Concrete parking lots with full hookups, pull throughs, very clean restrooms, showers and laundry. Not much tree cover but that was fine with us as we got our satellite TV working fine. Front office was a little funky smelling as the woman or someone there smokes and it's not a place you want to stay in for long. But she was helpful and nice enough. Not within walking distance of the downtown, but a short drive.

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Stayed here a couple of nights. Great location with spectacular views of the city, with twinkly lights below. Really could be a nice place with a little work. Sites are flat and utilities work fine. Walking distance to downtown. Downside: there is one bathroom for women and one for men for all 70+ sites and they have no locks on the doors. The single toilet in each has a shower curtain around it instead of a door, so forget about privacy. Anyone interested in taking a shower must pass through the "toilet room" even if someone is using the toilet behind a shower curtain, to get into the shower stalls. Very awkward. Worst bathroom arrangement I have seen. Clubhouse was dated and uninviting. Very little traffic passed through while we were there. Just a few long-term RVs parked there. The lady at the front desk was unfriendly although another man who helped us to our site was great as was a handyman of some sort who worked there.

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This is a rundown trailer park with lots of permanent residents. NOT a good park for motorhomes of a certain size: narrow roads, sharp turns and uneven grass sites. Bathrooms were clean, though, as was the laundry, although they were all curiously thrown together and looked long in the tooth. Manager is friendly enough although you literally go into his house, meet his pregnant daughter, grandson, etc. to get your documentation. Tall trees make satellite reception iffy. Very strange place.