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Very well kept, friendly campground. Many residents are long term, however all the sites I viewed were well maintained. There is an evening security guard, although I saw no immediate need. The area seems safe. The pool is lovely. Facilities are spotless. Shopping is only a few blocks away. The on site store is stocked with many essentials. I stayed for 3 weeks for business, but I would return for a day or two next time in the area.

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A lovely rustic RV park central to Vacaville, 10 min from Davis. Gravel and earth for the most part, one section is fully paved, but that area is back in only. Friendly helpful staff. Very large fenced dog run area (1/4 acre) and well maintained grass new playground. Lovely pool. They could do a better job of picking up the trash, but that may have more to do with recent guests than the staff. We've been there before and we will visit again.

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Wonderful. Our fourth stay spaced over many years and I am sure we will try to return again. Mountain resort with lovely scenic view. Level gravel sites with lots of grassy areas. Two acre grassy field dog run area. The staff is plentiful and friendly. Still my favorite campground in Durango.

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Very nice secluded campground lost in the vastness of monument valley. Unforgettable view. Sites fairly level and leveled easily with just jacks. True for all sites I viewed. Very poor, weak, WiFi even with Verizon hotspot, but cell phone worked fine. Wonderful staff, full grocery, warmish pool, but no spa. It really is the only game in town, but I am so glad we took the tour of monument valley. We'll worth the little problems of red dust and WiFi.

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A very high end KOA. Long, easy to enter sites with multiple sewer access for easy hookup. Better than fair WiFi. Lots of trees, lovely forest setting. Excellent and plentiful staff. Indoor warm pool and indoor hot spa. Lots for the kids, new playground, mini golf, bike, and go kart roadway almost complete. Lovely dog run. Great location. We will be coming back with the grand kids very soon.

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It is a desert KOA. The sites are gravel and nicely open and level. The staff is friendly, the store is well stocked. Lovely view of desert, sky, and distant mountain . Nice pool and well maintained community room. A good overnight stop, and many guests were using this as a base for Laughlin.

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Sandy, dirt park. Clean, but fine blowing sand with a very few small trees. Very friendly office. Pilot and other fuel and fast foods within walking distance. Wi-Fi available in office building only. We stopped here for the night, it will do just fine. There are a few rigs with extend a while propane, but all sites are presentable, good water pressure and 50 amps.

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Lovely campground. We were here last year and we find there has been a great improvement. Many fully paved site, all back in. Our pull thru has well kept grass with gravel pads. Nice pool, five minutes from Vacaville and shopping. We will visit again.

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Lovely overnight stop. Clean, easy. All pull throughs. Not much highway noise. Shell and Amoco RV friendly stations a short walk. Baja Fresh, also a short walk.

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The review only allows 2 digits, we happily paid $151 per night plus taxes for 4 adults and two children. This is a Family beach resort. We have been returning for many years, and we chose our site for its view of Sea World's fireworks and view of the bay. The grandchildren enjoyed the daily and nightly activities. Lots of places to safely bike ride. A very well maintained dog park. Helpful staff. I really do not have a single complaint. But again this is a FAMILY park. I would not pick this campground for a quiet stay at the beach. Children everywhere. The 11pm quiet time is strictly enforced. The kids love this place we, as grandparents, enjoyed every moment with the kids.

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On the top of the list for KOAs. Large spots, lots of grass, fantastic water pressure, fresh hookups. Large park with adjacent park for long term guests. It's in the center of town, 14 blocks from Temple Square and 3 blocks from fairgrounds. Beautiful riverside walking path just outside of gate. Near airport but plane noise is minimal, there is a train nearby but seems to be true in every town. Rapid transit just outside of park. Clean pool and lovely spa. Large staff with night security/caretaker patrol to assist any way possible. Would gladly return for another visit. Stayed in a 39ft motorhome with tow car.

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Fantastic staff. The KOA is very large, very green, good TV, lovely pool and spa, great water pressure. Good location for touring. Lovely nature trail behind park along the river, goes on for miles. Lots of grass and large RV sites. It is near the airport, and there is a train somewhere nearby; however, I was not bothered by either. A rapid transit system is just steps away to take you to the center of town. I will indeed return to Salt Lake City KOA

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A safe place to stop, coach and tow car. Clean, spotless shower rooms, all gravel, basic cable, no amenities to speak of. Just a safe, quiet, clean place to rest with full hookups.

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An Oasis in the high desert. Clean, wide, long, level sites. Great of an overnight or a day of rest after a long drive. Yes there is train and highway noise, but the town is not that large so you would hear it anywhere. I'd stay here again along my travels.

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Lovely campground and makes a nice base camp for Sacramento, Davis and the Bay Area. It is being improved and the prime sites have grass and a paved road adjacent to a little fishing pond. Rest of park is gravel, clean, maintained but very "oldish." However it is one of the nicer parks accessible to Sacramento. Very clean pool and a very large fenced clean dog recreation area. Many resident campers but they keep their area neat. We are visiting friends in town and will use this as a base camp again.