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Beautiful campgrounds in the Sierra Mountains near Reno. Big Rig paradise. Paved extra long, extra wide sites with lots of trees, grass and the view is the best. The park is well layed out so easy in and out with the bigger rigs and tows. Wifi work well. No freeway noise. Services next to the campground. Office staff was pleasant, helpful and friendly.

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Neat clean park with ample trees. Several site suitable for big rigs. Near shopping, attractions and the city of Flagstaff. Wi-Fi not the best. A nice dog park, but somewhat neglected. Management waited until park opened to resurface drive area. For several days the dust made breathing difficult, dust covered outside and inside of motorhomes. Not a happy camper.

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Desert park is neat and clean, staff very helpful, sites are more than ample for big rig, nice dog run and overall a nice park for a night. Overpriced and not in the best location.

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RV park high in the pines of Northern Arizona. Clean, lots O.K. size, some larger than others, close to hiking, sites, local business. No internet available while we were there. It is close to highway, a nice quiet park, lots of locals, but overall a well kept park in the high country.

     

Ely KOA

Ely, Nevada

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For the area this is a nice older KOA. Spaces are ample for big rigs. Dog run has grass and is well done. There are some perm units but everything is neat and well cared for. Considering location this is a pleasant place for a few day stop over.

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Park is a small older RV park combined with a rundown trailer park and a U-Haul truck rental business. No street signs and little direction from office. Big rigs can end up in a dead end street with no way out. As reviewed before the speed bumps are excessive. This park should not be park of the Good Sam System and the rate is excessive.

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New Managers continue to improve this lovely little park in the mountains. Neat, clean, ample space and length for big rigs. No fancy add-ons, just comfort, a nice clean place to enjoy the mountains. Wi-Fi works well, laundry nice and clean and friendly manager.

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Worse KOA we have ever stayed in. A dirt lot next to the Freeway for $41 nightly. Short lots for big rigs.

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This was our fifth visit in the last 5 years to this campground and it keeps getting better. The campground is clean and well cared. Spaces are more than ample for big rigs, easy in and out, owners are very caring hosts. The river view and ducks add to the charm. Several good places to dine out close.

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Great state park and was big rig friendly. Clean and well maintained. Friendly park staff. The site we had was a back-in, but lots of space with a view of the mountains. Dog friendly with lots of trails. Very close to Walmart and dinning. Check out on line first because this park gets booked up. Would love to return.

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Lovely park, well kept, personnel were friendly and well informed. Spaces are just too short for big rigs and fifth wheels with the large trucks. The park was just not designed for the larger units. Perfect for smaller units.

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Typical for KOA. Small narrow lots with units stacked on top of each other. Nothing special.

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What a great campground. I agree with the other positive comments. Clean, well cared for, helpful staff, extra large sites, acres for the dogs to walk, stream with fish running through campground. Lovely country setting 4+ miles from the freeway and the short gravel road isn't worth down grading.

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This KOA is the best campground in the area. Clean, clean and well kept with lots of space for big rigs. View of the mountains is wonderful. Owners have planted lots of trees while planning for making in and out easy for even the big rigs. The staff is exceptional and space out campers for best camping experience. Will return.

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Great Colorado mountain campground in the forest. Campground has beautiful views, next to a mountain lake, 3 miles from Leadville. Fishing, hunting, ghost towns and the full mountain experience is available. Leadville has good restaurants, a Safeway and several business offering service needed for the area. Owners are great to work with. Satellite and phones work well in the campground. Campground was close to full, recommend calling ahead. Limited 50 amp, but we never used air conditions for the month of August. East in and out for big rig. Would love to return.