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This a very nice park offering good value and a pleasant environment. Check in at the service station was efficient. Interior roads were gravel and very wide making maneuvering a no-brainer. All sites are pull thru, level, with ample width and length. Utilities were well placed and all worked well including the wifi. Lots of spacing between sites which all had grass and picnic tables. As the name implies, there were plenty of mature trees for shade. We don't have kids or pets but there was plenty of space for both. Easy access to I-84but noise never a problem. Nice grassy picnic area next to Snake river with boat launch and modern docks available. We stayed three nights to take advantage of visiting the City of Rocks which is a pleasant 42 mile drive from the park and Shoshone Falls, about 35 miles west near Twin Falls.

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This is a very nice RV park that is well looked after by the owners. Their pride of ownership is reflected throughout the park. Access roads are plenty wide and offer ample room for turning. Owner led us to our sight which was plenty long for our 38' RV and truck with room to spare. Nice grass area next to sites, trees for shade, and lots of room between sites. Picnic table provided. All utilities worked well (did not try wifi). Bathrooms were small but clean. Did not use laundry but it appeared clean with about 4 each washers/dryers. This was a one night stopover for us but I would certainly plan on staying here again if in the Dillon area.

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This was our third visit to Jim and Mary's. Happily, the high quality in facilities and service remain the same. Clean, well maintained, very nicely landscaped. Super friendly and efficient staff. Access roads plenty wide with no turning issues. Sites mostly level (we made slight adjustment), plenty long and wide. Utilities were excellent and well placed. Picnic table at site. Grass and ample space between sites. Bathrooms/showers clean as was the laundry room. There are other RV parks in Missoula but this is the only one I would plan on using again for future visits.

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This was a pleasant park, clean and well maintained. Check in was quick and very friendly. Host drove me to several sites in his golf cart and allowed me to choose the site I wanted. This was very helpful as access roads were rather tight where turning could be an issue for larger rigs. After checking in the host led us to our site and assisted in parking to ensure a trouble free set up. Our site was on the east side of the park and was fairly level and had a nice patio and picnic table (sites on the west side have a lot more trees/shade and tighter maneuvering). Utilities were all satisfactory. Wifi was very good, cable just OK (limited channels, some a bit grainy). Laundry was clean and well kept. Restrooms/showers satisfactory but not sparkling. A swimming pool was on site but closed for the season but a hot tub was still available. Pickle ball courts were available and seemed to get quite a bit of use. The golf course adjacent to the property appeared to be well maintained. We used this as a base for touring the Flathead Lake area including Glacier National Park. This worked OK but In hindsight a park closer to Kalispell or Whitefish may have been more convenient.

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This is a very nice RV park tucked behind a very busy store/gas station on Hwy 95 just north of Hayden. Check in at the service station was friendly and efficient. The park itself is very clean, well maintained, and pretty. Roads were very good, plenty wide with more than adequate turning space. Site was level, long and serviced by excellent utilities. Did not use laundry or bathrooms. While not a destination park it was an excellent place to spend a few days. Would certainly not hesitate to stay here again.

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We stayed here three years ago when the park was relatively new. They have maintained the facilities in excellent shape. Good, wide roads. Pull thru sites easy to access and exit, mostly level, and very long. Excellent utilities(strong water pressure, recommend a good pressure regulator). Game room, showers,bathrooms and laundry all very clean. Cable, but limited channels. Did not use wifi as verizon hotspot signal was very strong. We would definitely stop here again if passing thru Grangeville.

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A rather different place. Requested reservation on line and owner confirmed the next day via phone with a credit card to hold. Arrived and no one was there. Called the owner to see which site to take (two were empty and one preparing to vacate). He returned my call quickly and said to take any spot which was fine with me. Took the one being vacated and it turned out to have 50 amp. The only problem was the sewer was 30' from my discharge point and I was 10' short. A trip to the Joseph hardware store went well as I got their last extension hose. The owners were out of town so we didn't get to meet them during our four night stay. Another couple stops by but we never saw them until 5 minutes before our departure. They asked that we pay by check as that was the owners preference which we gladly did. Of the six sites, two remained empty, two have RVs but no people, and one had a couple visiting the area. To say the park was quiet is an understatement but a nice feature. The area surrounding the park is quite run down but easy to ignore as Main St. Joseph is so pleasant and the towns folk so friendly. Deer roam freely all around town and frequently visited the park. Water pressure was strong (recommend a regulator) and electric spot on. Cable reception was a bit intermittent but ok as we didn't come here to watch TV. WIFI was available but required a security code which we did not have. Verizon worked fine so our hotspot worked with no problem. The site was easy to back in to, was plenty big with lots of room for parking. Wish we could have met the owners as they sounded very nice on the phone. The best feature is perhaps the location...right in town, easy walking distance to all the shops and restaurants. We would not hesitate to stay here again if we return to the area and would recommend it to our friends/family.

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This is a wonderful RV park run by folks who clearly have a desire to do things right and provide great service and facilities to visiting campers. Great reception at arrival starting with friendly and efficient check in and a "follow me" cart to our spot. Interior roads are very wide and smoothly paved leading to long, paved pull-thru sites (some nicely shaded) with enough room for a 38' RV and two vehicles. Grounds are impeccably maintained. Utilities are all first class (did not try the wifi as verizon was very strong). Laundry room was clean and serviced by a large number of newish machines. Restrooms/showers were all in individual rooms and were maintained to the highest standard. Swimming pool was modern and well maintained and an off leash dog park was available. All in all, this was the best RV park for the money that have experienced in over 12 years and 20+ states.

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This is a nice park hidden in a commercial/industrial area. Facilities are fairly new, very clean and well maintained. Reception/check-in very friendly and efficient after a delay as the lone person took a phone reservation. Good interior roads, plenty big and paved. Site was adequate in size for a large, 4 slide 5th wheel, reasonably level, with good utilities including 50 amp, cable and good wifi. Local area very nice with a fun downtown and activities in the area. If we return to Walla Walla, we will stay here.

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This is a satisfactory park but nothing to rave about. Person on duty at check-in seemed less than enthusiastic about being there, complaining about the phone ringing all day. Facilities were OK but with some added attention to detail could be much better. Restrooms were clean as was the laundry. Gravel roads were in good shape and plenty big. Pull-throughs were long, mostly level, with plenty of width, and easy in and out. Utilities were all good, including Wi-Fi. Quiet park. Town friendly but does not have much to offer. Some of the park cabins appeared to be in pretty poor condition and not pleasant to look at. Appeared to be quite a number of permanents but by and large they were well maintained.

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This is a very nice state park with two main camping areas. Good interior roads. Restrooms clean as were showers. Sites were ample size although a few sites may be a bit small for big rigs. Lots of room between sites. Lots of trees for shade and plenty of grass throughout the park. Awesome Interpretive center in park illustrating the Snake River Ferry crossing and associated history. Staff/host friendly and helpful. Price was for seniors with annual state park pass. Did not try the wifi as my Verizon signal was strong. Enjoyed an excellent dinner at the winery restaurant next door (easy walking distance - footpath to park a good idea if you spend time in the tasting room!). 50 amp and sewer hookup are all that's needed to make this place perfect. Will definitely come back for another visit.

     

Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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This is a very nice park. Facilities are all well maintained by a very friendly and helpful manager (owner?). Pull thru sites are ample in size and serviced with excellent utilities. Entry and exit was easy to both the park and site. Convinient to exit of I-15 but far enough from the highway to be a quiet location. I would not hesitate to stay here again if passing by. $47 dollar rate is a bit high but after all it is a KOA so not unexpected to pay more than you would normally expect.

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This is a very nice park. Interior roads are gravel and wide making entry/exit easy. Sites are gravel, mostly level, wide and long with plenty of room to park your tow vehicle. The setting is very quite and just a short drive to all needed shopping. Facilities are well maintained. Laundry is small but well equipped and very clean. Bathrooms/showers were maintained to a very high standard. Good jumping off point for day trips to Sedona and the Grand Canyon. If we are back in this area we will definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice resort. We arrived in off-season so the park was mostly empty. Office is on limited summer hours. When we did check in the lady was most cordial and helpful. The facilities were all well maintained. Nice pools/spa, very clean laundry and bathrooms. Sites are paved with separate paved area to park your vehicle. Surrounding area is either grass or gravel at your choice. This is basically a snowbird destination and apparently is generally full during the winter months. Good shopping nearby and only 20-30 minutes to Palm Springs and all it has to offer.

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This park is well-located on the lakeshore. Sites are paved but surrounding area is dirt and rocks (desertscape). Water and electric service (50 amp) was very good. Our pull-through site (#4) was very easy in/out,quite level and had a fire ring and picnic table in the shade of a mesquite tree. No cable or Wi-Fi but Verizon signal was very strong. Bathrooms were old and in need of attention. $35 is a bit high in view of the lack of clean bathrooms and other amenities. Rangers were very friendly at check-in. Probably won't be back in this area but if we are we would consider staying here again.