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This is the best for appeal and for doggie-friendliness that I have seen in the KOA family. There are 3 doggie runs with lovely artistic wall murals between. Host paints them and even the walls around the dumpster. Artificial turf is under each picnic table. We would stay again.

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The sites are extremely narrow; our awning could not be extended without touching the neighbor's slide. There are two large holes in the cement driveway that cause bumps and possible tire damage at the front and at the office speed bump. There are only two washing machines for the entire park. Only a very few sites have grass and those are very near the highway noise. The other sites are all gravel. There are no tables nor any room to sit in deck chairs. Mostly permanents occupy the back. It is a quiet park. We would not stay here again.

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It would be beneficial to ask for definite information before you go. i.e. We discovered that there was no cable service because it was being worked on. We discovered that the sites are too wooded to get satellite service (except for 2 sites). We discovered that 50 AMP sites are few and are taken. All of this was after we made reservations asking for 50 amp and satellite. We are in a big rig and would not stay again even though it is very pretty.

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Located just South of Door County, this park is quiet, spacious, easy to get to, and good for Big Rigs. We would camp here again.

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Excellent! Secure Gate locks at 6PM. You can get in only with a code. Best of all, they don't allow fireworks, thus a quiet night for doggies. Very clean and well managed. Close enough to Atchison for a day trip.

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No laundry; no real office-just a trailer where someone takes money (cash or check only); no security; it is quiet and sites are wide. One concrete slab holds a Big Rig. Odd place but choices are few in this area.

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Good Management. Paved roads/gravel spots. Very clean laundry. Location is everything; just down the road from Palo Duro Canyon but by the interstate. The number and quality of permanent RVs detract from the appeal.

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Exceptionally clean; all gravel, not the usual KOA dirt roads. Spacious sites, great view of distant mountains and sky.

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For weekly motorhome sites 38-43 are more spacious. Large percentage of permanents. Average park but does not meet the standards of "Best Parks." Close to Padre Island. Friendly staff.

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Very long pull-through sites for overnight parking with a tow. Restaurant on site. Relaxed pet friendly. East , out of town, of Ft. Stockton with "country" feeling. Would stay here again.

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We paid for premium site overlooking lake. It was worth it. good park except for odor of the dog run. Location is close to tourist sights.

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Extremely clean and pretty. Clean, spacious doggie run. Our site was unlevel. We could not use our Verizon service. Location is near the tourist sites yet out of the congestion of Sedona.

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Clean, wide sites, good walking, biking paths. This park was good for us as seniors who prefer something quieter.

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Wonderful spot for visiting Reagan Library! Wide sites. We faced pool, received satellite, enjoyed sitting out. Great staff. Pet hotel nearby.

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Wonderfully clean, groomed sites. Excellent restaurant. We felt rested and relaxed. Recommend it highly.