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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.

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Mixed comments on this park. Good: Sites were large, paved with concrete patios, had grass in between, some with nice views (we had one), staff was friendly, nice little store/market, good utilities. Had a pool but we did not use it. Not so good: Roads a bit narrow but manageable. Many sites were eyesores occupied by what appeared to be full timers with everything but the kitchen sink piled up outside. Not all loops were created equal...we would have left if we had been assigned to some of them. Bathrooms were old, in dire need of upgrade and not maintained in a clean state.

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We enjoyed our stay here (site #72). Sites are adequate in size, mostly level (I used a few leveling blocks), gravel back-ins, with concrete patios and picnic tables. Our site, and many others, enjoyed some nice shade trees. Not all sites are as nice as others. Some sites are pet restricted so ask when booking. TV cable system is convoluted as you need to acquire a digital converter box from Comcast somewhere. We didn't bother and reception via antenna was good. Restrooms were OK but could have been maintained in a cleaner state. Other positives: located just inside main gate (some traffic noise); directly across the street from the BX (one of the best I've seen), commissary (also one of the best I've seen), and Starbucks for coffee addicts. If this were a $40/night RV Park I would have been slightly disappointed but as a $20/night FAMCAMP this was more than satisfactory and we would stay here again if passing through the area.

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This is an excellent RV resort and a bargain at the price (Good Sam discount included). Facilities are maintained in an excellent condition from landscaping to pool to bathrooms. Staff very friendly and helpful. Led to site over very good roads to a spacious site with excellent utilities. Enjoyed a relaxing two days and would have stayed longer if not on a travel schedule. Ask for a site farther from the freeway to avoid some I-5 traffic noise. Definitely would stay here again.

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This is an OK park. Did not see many good choices in the area. Check in was very friendly and pull-thru site was acceptable with some nice grass and a picnic table. Utilities all worked fine. Wi-Fi was OK and were able to pick up some TV thru the antenna. Bathroom/showers were limited, old, and not particularly well kept. I enjoyed the rural atmosphere with mooing cattle and some friendly horses nearby. The park is very convienient to Zion park but a bit of a drive to Bryce. Rate is Good Sam and about right for what you get.

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This is an outstanding park/resort. Facilities are first class including buildings, restrooms/laundry, pool/spa, reception area and sites. The staff are very friendly and helpful (we enjoyed the complimentary homemade cookies at check-in). Interior roads are paved, wide, and smooth. Led to a large, level gravel pull-through with excellent utilities and concrete patio. Landscaping throughout the park is meticulously maintained. Long-stay guests are on the outer ring and are maintained to a high standard. A nice added feature is the on-site bar and grill with happy hour and a nice menu with reasonable prices. I would definitely recommend this resort. You get a lot for your money here.

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This is an excellent public (county) RV park. Sites are well spaced, large, and with excellent utilities. Very well kept park. Sites have picnic tables, fire pits, and awesome views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Ample boat ramps to access the lake. Did not use restrooms or shower but I inspected them and they were maintained to a very high standard. We would try to book here again if we are in the Ashland area.

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The only game in town. Good location just a few miles south of Ketchum. Short bike ride to paved, scenic, 20+ mile bike path. Friendly reception. Spots are very tight for a big rig to maneuver in to/out of. Not all sewer connections convenient. Most spots side to side hookups. Not a problem this stop as less than 10 RVs in park. Restroom as clean as any I've seen, but only one sink/shower/toilet. Could be a problem in a full or near full park. Excellent WI-FI, no cable and antenna reception limited to one fuzzy channel.