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It's all about the view and the Malibu location and vibe. This park is a gem-a beach location on the edge of a major metropolitan area. The view from our rig is unbeatable.

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This is a nice park. It's a pull through, but you have to disconnect because the utilities are at the end of the pad. Not a big deal, but you can't really just pull in. They have an escort, and the roads are easy to navigate. Utilities worked well, but no cable TV. Tengo internet worked much better than expected, maybe because park is not completely full. I would rate higher if it had TV and even a patch of grass somewhere to break up the scorching blacktop. However, the price is right. The dog rules weren't a problem as they parked us 100 feet from the dog park and it's too hot to go outside, anyway.

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This park is gorgeous. The landscaping and sites take advantage of the red sandstone all around. It is pristine clean. The Virgin River is at the park perimeter. It's pricey, but fair given the location. Best to disconnect at registration. Initially we got confused and ended up at a dead end. It's easy to navigate...if you don't turn right after registration. Be sure to hold the map in the right direction.

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The site is a shorter pull-through with ample parking next to the rig. Great park for visiting SLC. We have stayed here before and recommend it.

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Third visit to Grand Teton National Park. One of our favorite national parks. Sites are tight and close. Walk to beach and visitor center. Site is gravel, mostly shady and features a picnic table. Restrooms and showers were clean.

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Yellowstone National Park is wonderful. We have a 34 foot class A with slide and tow. The RV park is very tight but adequate, given that we spent most of the time away from the campsite. Utilities worked well. Satellite worked. Wifi and cell is practically non-existent in the whole park: somewhat of a blessing. Laundry and showers 100 yards away.

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This is a very nice park with spacious sites and good working utilities, including excellent wifi. Hosts very nice.

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Despite negative reviews, we found this KOA to be better than expected. Large shade trees are an added bonus. Host was great.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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Very nice woman at check-in. It's a nice park with trees. Mostly gravel but pretty, clean, and quiet. WiFi doesn't work too well, a common problem in KOA parks. We will probably choose to stay here again on our way back home next month.

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Rate reflects Passport America 50% discount. Park staff very nice. The place is convenient and neat. Utilities, including wifi work great. It's 112 degrees, so we won't be strolling around, but our dog appreciates the several close by dog runs.

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We have stayed and reviewed this park in the past. It is very pretty, easily accessible, close to everything, clean, with lots of facilities. They are revamping and up-scaling the whole operation, making it great for snow-birds or wine aficionados. It may not be as attractive for families, in the long run, because the costs are increasing. At present they are creating an entire pool area for families, and will reserve the existing pool next to the main entrance for bar service. Our site was barely large enough for a 34 foot rig and tow car. Sites seem a bit smaller. Our slide was inches from the trees and utility post.

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We had a group of 10 FMCA campers. The rate reflects the group discount. We were placed in a beautiful wooded section in a circle around a fire pit. The sites are spacious and shaded. Utilities worked well. There is no sewer. Wifi was good. We used the club-house facility which is spacious and freshly painted as well as fully equipped. There is a huge barbecue and patio area available (we didn't use it). The club-house cost is pricey $35 for a four-hour slot. The staff did a good job for us, despite that it was difficult to communicate in advance of the event - phone calls weren't returned, emailed documents didn't reach the recipient, etc. We live close enough to make a couple of personal visits so we didn't have any real problems. We will stay here again and have already recommended it to our daughter's family as there are lots of kids activities. There is a sparkling pool, a climbing wall, a zip line and organized activities. Our group didn't take advantage of any of this as we were there in the off-season and no children were present.

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We came with a group. This is a pristine RV park with lovely sites among the orange grove, free for picking when ripe. There is a pool, a nice lodge room. Cable works well with lots of Chanel's; but wifi does not. It's a few miles out of town but worth the drive.

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This parking area is on Highway 1, bumper to bumper between train tracks and ocean. There are no services. Campgrounds with pay showers are at either end of the parkway. It sounds grim, but it's delightful. The ocean drowns the train noise and each MH has their own private view. There are steep rocks to climb, but we park at the south end and walk to the campground where there are stairs. It's a dog-friendly beach, great for walking or sunning. We live close by and have reviewed this park before. We really love it. It's our "beach house." Also-no reservations, so come by Wednesday if you want a weekend spot.

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No cable, no WiFi, no table, narrow sites, and patio in weird place. Next door sewer at the foot of our steps. Adequate only for overnight. Park is designed for full timers with small pull through spot for transients.