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Stayed here again for 4th time. Had always enjoyed this park, but things are changing. No cable for overnight stays now for some reason, but rates stayed the same. The Big Texan Steak House company owns this park and said that they are going to move it so that they can build a new steakhouse at this site. Level pull-through gravel full hookup 50 amp sites. Good Wi-Fi and cell service. Local channels work. Will be looking for another place to stay in Amarillo.

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Okay park inside the city. Drives are very tight, but they provide a person to guide you into your back-in site. Full hookup 50 amp level concrete sites. They have cable. Wi-Fi is iffy. Cell service is good. People are not very friendly and act as if you are imposing on them for some reason. Overpriced for amenities offered. Will stay someplace else next time.

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Okay place to stay and visit Mesa Verde. They have about 6 long gravel pretty level "premium" full hook up 50 amp sites, others are a little tighter and shaded. Has a pool and small store however they close at 5:00 ON THE DOT. Most campgrounds near National Parks are open more hours. Signs are not lit make finding it in the dark a trip. WIFI is non existent and no cell data service. Must have satellite for TV. No fires, again, this is for park visitors expecting to "camp". Probably stay somewhere else next time.

     

Moab KOA

Moab, Utah

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First off, friendly people and good power and cable. Otherwise, no level sites. There are motorhomes jacked up in all ways here. 5th Wheels are okay and VERY short class B and C's can KIND OF get level. I do not understand how this place can maintain its KOA affiliation. The roads are also tight on entry and exit. The WIFI is non existent and there is consistent highway noise. Stay somewhere else.

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Typical KOA. Too much money for amenities offered. Add ons for 50 amp, cable, etc. Rate shown is for 30 amp pull thru full hookups. Level dirt sites. Free breakfast and 10% discount on meals at restaurant next door. Good for an overnight.

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Nice enough campground near Capitol Reef NP. Mostly level gravel full h/up 50 amp sites. Wifi worked great and good cell and satellite reception. Very nice people and well stocked store with reasonably priced souvenirs. Would stay here again. Has cabins and tent sites also.

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Nice enough campground inside Zion National Park. Some level back-in and a couple of pull-through gravel sites. ONLY have electric, most 30 amp, 6 are 50 amp, but they are in a group and very short, unlevel and close together. Most sites are pretty roomy and mostly treed. Picnic Table and fire ring at each. THERE ARE NO SHOWERS IN THE PARK, so plan accordingly. Must reserve WELL in advance.

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Second stay at this location. Asphalt pull-through 50 amp full hookup sites. None are perfectly level and it takes some maneuvering to get a big rig level. Cable at site and Wi-Fi available free at the hotel and grocery store. Bus stops at entry for easy park access. New concessionaire, "Delaware North", got this campground. Looks as if they are raising prices, but still a nice place to stay INSIDE the National Park.

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VERY nice level concrete 50 amp full hookup pull-through sites. Spacious on one side and side to side on the other. Patio with grill, table and fire ring. Some shade and Wi-Fi okay. Fully stocked store. Right on Lake Powell with excursions and boat ramp if needed. Restaurant at the hotel and fuel station. Would be a "10" with better Wi-Fi, cable, and pool.

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Nice enough KOA with very friendly staff. Just a flat gravel lot with 2 or 3 small trees. Level pull through full hook up 50 amp gravel sites. Pretty dusty. Picnic Tables but no fires allowed. Well stocked store and free continental breakfast. Also will delivered home cooked meals to your RV. Wifi and cable good. Would stay again.

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Nice overnight stop. Easy on/off from I-40 and far enough off so there is NO road noise. Long level concrete full hook up 50 amp sites w/cable. Wifi good. Flat with no trees, but laid out very well.

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Second time at this park. Nice level concrete full service 50 amp pull through sites. Wifi is very good and cell service is good. Cable did not work at our site and they would not refund a portion of the rate. As others have stated, you have to beg for a receipt and it seemed to peeve the receptionist to no end.

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Nice level concrete pull thru and back in full h/up with fair WIFI. Open for satellite reception. Nice lake to walk around and right off I-12. Lots of permanents but they keep it very clean. Close neighbors and no tables or firerings. A little far away from Baton Rouge for the money.

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Nice enough amenities. 50 amp full hookup w/good wifi and cable. Sites are the downfall. Some pull thrus. They are dirt and not very level. It is also pretty tight on entry and exit. Seems a little on the high side for what you get. Large Pine trees are very beautiful. Easy on/off I-10.

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Second time at this park. Has a few upgrades but still could use more level sites. Had to take an unleveled site the 1st night and could not use slides. Moved to a nice level pull through full hookup 50 amp site the next morning. Arrive early if you are coming. While there are 900 sites, they stay full all the time. Nice people and facilities. Lots to do and entertainment.