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A very well kept KOA within the city of Missoula. Spacious grassy sites, a good layout, helpful friendly staff, and a well equipped store. Nice fenced dog runs for your canine friends.

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An EXTREMELY busy RV "resort" on the shore of the lake/river. You are paying for location, location, location. The office staff was friendly and helpful, but enforcement of the "rules" about noise and riding bicycles after dark was non-existent. If you want a great place to vacation by the lake, and be within a few minutes of the tourist trap that Coeur d'Alene has become, this is your place. If you are looking for a quiet place to stay while visiting family in the area... keep looking.

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Good location for exploring the Newport area. Sites are adequate sized, and those on the perimeter offer some "pull-in" parking with views of the bridge and marina or bay (over the adjacent boat parking lot.) A little noise from boat trailer traffic at times, but not intrusive. Friendly efficient office staff.

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If you need to be in Vale, Oregon this is the place to stay. Nice shady sites and even though there are railroad tracks nearby we heard no train noise. The owner was extremely helpful and friendly and takes great pride in caring for her place. Good assortment of RV supplies in the office and she will order anything you might need for two day delivery. Right in town for easy access to the famous murals and close to grocery and restaurants.

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As previous reviews have noted this is NOT a "resort", but an RV park right along a major interstate. I suppose they call it a resort because they are selling spaces in the upper area, which is composed of lots for sale and owned that have cement back in parking, and narrow strips of grass between tight sites. That area is supposedly restricted to newer Class A and Super C vehicles, and fiberglass side fifth wheels. However there were sites with small C's, a couple of B's, and even a Jucy travel van right next to us. The lower levels are a bit quieter, being down the hill from the road, but are gravel back in sites which are crammed in a couple of narrow areas, with some sites occupied by full time residents in older, not well maintained units. The lowest area had a nice grassy tent camping area along the river. There are good paths for walking dogs, and a nice fenced dog area. A nice enough RV park for a couple day stay.

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Grassy sites with 30/50 amp power and water, and a dump station on the grounds. No one was in the office so we used the self pay station. We were the only ones in the entire 122 space RV park. Some noise during the day from a few activities on the fairgrounds, and some through traffic, but that quieted down in the evening. Sites are back in with a "39 foot limit", but you could easily park sideways if towing and you don't want to drop your toad. A good overnight spot.

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The older area has spacious pull through and back in sites and lots of shade trees. One of the least crowded KOA's we have stayed at. The only down side of that area is only 30 amp service, and trees may block satellite signal. The newer area is open gravel and dirt pull through spaces, with no trees, closer spaced, but does have 50 amp service. All staff member were very helpful and friendly, and shared ideas of places to go. The office had a huge amount of information about the surrounding area. Green River itself is mostly dying town with truck stops, motels, and only one small grocery store. But, there are many wonderful back road/off road trips for anyone interested in the amazing geology in the area. What was going to be an overnight stop turned into four nights, as we kept finding things to do. With driving distance of Canyonlands and Arches NP, Moab, Goblin SP, and amazing back country. We will return to this are again to explore more.

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A well maintained KOA with a very friendly helpful staff. Parking in the all gravel pull through area is tight, with units back to back sharing a power post and water but it's a KOA. Adjacent city park with a 3 acre dog park and a small lake with a trail around it makes it great for people traveling with dogs. A good place as a base for exploring Mesa Verde NP, Hovenweep NM and others pueblo sites in the area as well as day trips to Durango.

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With over 450 sites, there is almost always room a this nice RV parking area at the San Juan County Fairgrounds. Level gravel parking, with electric and sewer at each site, and an easily accessible dump station, and for only $20 a night. The office staff was very friendly, sharing information about places to visit and road conditions, and the 24 hour security is a welcome addition. There are some sites down near the river and a large pond, but we avoided that area since we stayed during a rare rainy time for New Mexico. A few miles to town with all the services, and a good base to visit Chaco Heritage National Monument and the four corners area. We will definitely stay here again.

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Good location not far from Albuquerque, two lakes for fishing (extra $), and lots of room for walking people and dogs. The older northern section has more developed trees, but whoever designed this had never stayed in a RV park... tables with canopies are at the EXTREME end on the passenger side of the site, putting the bbq right at the window of an RV parked in the next site... bad design. The newer southern section they reversed the angle of the sites so the table and canopy are where it should be... middle of passenger side. However, the northern section is supposed to be for longer stay, the southern for over-nighters. Weekend partying with large groups with visitors from town led us to request to relocate to the quieter southern side, or we would change parks, which they allowed us to do. Yes the railroad is right there, and that's the biggest downside of this park. We will return.

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Rate reflects NPS Senior discount. Level gravel sites, some pull-through mostly back-in. Power and water at all sites, central dump station on-site. This time of year it's full of people fishing for fall salmon, and space can be difficult to get. Verizon data service is mediocre at best, and nonexistent part of the time, so if you need access look elsewhere.

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The previous reviews were the reason we decided to try this park for our first RV trip to Spokane. In addition to the excellent facilities listed above there are a couple of nice fenced dog areas, as well as a large open field adjacent to the park to exercise your four legged companions. We will definitely return.

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Our first stay here, chosen because it's a convenient location for visiting nearby relatives. Friendly management, very clean and neat park. Restrooms and laundry were spotless, pool was clean and overall the park is very well maintained. Picnic tables are an extra $2; considering the price of the site they should be included if requested. That was the reason for a 9 instead of a 10 rating. We will definitely stay here again. Price reflects a 10 percent Good Sam discount.

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Park is mostly long term residents who go to work every day, with a few very tight spaces for over night guests in the middle row. We were advised that one bathroom was out of service and not to use the other close one since the locks did not work. Long term residents cut through open sites with no regard for adjacent guests, driving extremely fast, in spite of many children in the streets. Easy access to propane and diesel at the adjacent truck stop, though speaking Spanish would definitely make your purchase experience easier. We were here for a quick overnight stop, and for that purpose it's OK.

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Stayed here while visiting relatives in the area. Nothing fancy but it's conveniently located and there are not many alternatives within 30 miles. Nice grassy spaces, all hookups worked, friendly host. We will return.