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Our site was an electric and water site but we paid the regular price. The site was about 10' from the dusty entrance road and another 30' from the highway. Needless to say it was noisy. Other than that it's a typical KOA with too many kid things.

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Not bad but the sites and roads are in need of gravel as there is now more dirt than gravel. The WiFi worked great...sometimes, mostly not. The sewer connections are basically a large broken ceramic pipe hole in the ground which I had to drive over to get into the site, probably why it was covered with a heavy steel plate.

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This place was probably very nice a few years ago but now the roads are in need of repair and WIFI is poor. The cement pads are narrow with many to far off level to be used by a motorhome. Many sites have the sewer hookup on the uphill side and at the very end of the site (I had to use 20' of hose to reach it) making it a little difficult to drain the tanks.

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Sites close together and many that appeared to be an after thought because they were in isle ways and end caps. More dirt than gravel with puddles and mud to deal with.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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Good overnight stop. Easy access in and out. The hose bib had a splitter on it which was leaking and needed repairing.

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Typical unkempt park, trees needed trimming, grass was mostly dead, and the biting bugs came out in the evening. The long sites had the hookups in the correct location for motorhomes. The town is very depressed.

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The pull-through sites are so un-level that my air leveling system ran out of travel. Too many trees and many need trimming. The trees drop sap so beware that you rig will be covered in sap after a few hours. I guess this place didn't get the memo that California in in a severe drought. They over watered their patchwork grass all day every day until there was mud. They only accept cash or checks so they won't hold a site past 5:00 PM. No Wi-Fi. Make sure you have plenty of fuel before you get here; fuel in Lee Vining is very expensive.

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I don't know where the last poster stayed but I don't think it was here. The pull-through sites are at least 50' wide but there are large shrubs between sites that should't be there that make it look narrow. The sites are cracked cement but not a problem, better than gravel or dirt. I had no issues with the office personell. WiFi was poor to not usable. Like so many RV parks they think water runs uphill, the sewer dump was at the high end of the site.

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I had a premium site and while it was large enough the word "premium" is not what I would use to describe it. The trees need trimming, the sites are gravel and dirt. They don't want to you to use mats outside so you wouldn't damage the grass. What grass? There were random weeds in the dirt.

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Trees overhanging roads, dry grass everywhere, the only green was the weeds. Like others have said the noise from the freeway and the train is bad. There are approximately two trains an hour during the day, and one an hour at night. This could be a 10 if it was in another location with less noise and was maintained correctly.

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My type of RV park. Flat wide cement pads, easy access, no trees to deal with, no excess landscaping at the site, and clean. Great place.

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I found this park to be dusty and dirty. Confusing layout and price was way too much for what you got. I would not come back again.

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Like other have said, way too many permanent residents and with them come clutter, cars parked in the way, kids running around leaving their toys all over the place. It appears they keep 6 sites available for short term users. It looks roomy on a satellite view but the trees and shrubs are placed in bad places. The trees need trimming and the shrubs are so close I couldn't open some of my basement doors.

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Low key park. Sewer dump pipe is too small so a standard fitting doesn't fit. 30 amp service is not enough if it's hot and you have two A/C's. Pull through sites are very long and setup for two rigs so you may have someone else in the same site. Roads, rigs, and tree positioning can make it a bit of a challenge to get through the park.

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Unlike some other reviewers here I found this KOA lacking in every aspect as an RV park. It's more a tent type of place. The trees are in need of trimming, I couldn't get into my pull through site because of low hanging branches. I called the office to use a different site and all I got from the kid was the run around. Then I found that the 50 amp electrical was not wired correctly but I was ignored. There is a critical water shortage in CA but this place watered so much there was water running down the street. The price I paid was way too much for what I got.