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Very good campground; every October, they have a fall festival/Halloween theme with haunted house and hayrides; lots of activities for the kids. This is a regular stop for us EVERY year, and looking forward to this year. I would give them a 10, except for fire ants in the playground area that "should have" already been taken care of.

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KOA park in Amarillo is EVERYTHING you want in an RV park: clean, excellent staff, modern and up to date. If and when we go back out west, Amarillo will definitely be one of our stops.

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We were tired and on our way to New Mexico. Seeing the KOA signs on the Interstate, we figured we would be okay. The actual campground was passable, but we literally had to drive through red clay mud and a junk yard in order to pull into the campground. There were actually wrecked and junk cars on both sides of the roadway all the way up to the edge. I told my wife this was disgusting, we paid for a night, but only stayed long enough to get 3 or 4 hours sleep and left. We will never stay here again. We have a 33' travel trailer and it was filthy when we left. (Mud slinging up the sides and back.) I can only imagine how someone with a $300K class A would feel, because once you go around the curve to get to the entrance, there is no place to turn around. You have to drive through the mud and the junk yard.