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We stopped here for an overnight stay. A very friendly, and efficient lady checked us in and we were promptly escorted to our site. We have a big rig and I had no trouble maneuvering thru the roads. The sites are gravel and close together. Ours was a little unlevel in that the leveling system finished with a rear tire off the ground. Good cable TV, satellite may be an issue due to shade trees. The park was quiet and seemed to be well kept. We would stay there again.

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Very nice park with well kept grounds. A very nice workcamper checked us in and escorted us to our site. This park is 5 miles from Mammoth Cave National Park. It was easy maneuvering the park roads to our level gravel site. Close to restaurants and fuel. We stayed two nights and would stay again. The only reason I did not rate higher was because of the proximity to railroad tracks and the noise created by the several trains passing through.

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This an overnight stop right next to I40. Being next to I40 was loud, but eventually the noise fades into the background. The city street to the entry to the park has large potholes. Not the parks fault, just be aware. The manager was a nice guy and is upgrading the facilities. The site was level gravel. No frills but would stay again. The rate was for a 50 amp site. Food, fuel and groceries very close. Good Verizon cell service.

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The nightly rate reflects a full months stay. First the positive. The park is quiet. Even when full there was very little noise. The laundry was clean. In fact there is a new laundry in the area we stayed and it sparkled. The price to wash and dry was reasonable. Now the not so positive. Sites are close and we were door to door to our neighbor. Did not like the door to door aspect. Our neighbors were very nice, but no privacy. Could not get our satellite dish to lock on. We have a portable, because of a tree and proximity of neighbor could not get a signal. Finally placed on top of the rig. This problem is site specific, as other sites had a clear view. The sites and roads are gravel and they are hard packed. This is not our first choice park in the Arlington area, but works in a pinch.

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We've stayed here many times in the past. This time we have a site at the front of the park and it borders Bryant St. The road noise is really loud, add the noise from the interstate and it really is annoying.The pad is concrete, but it is not level. My leveling jacks lifted one tire off the ground. The sites here are oddly shaped with some with steep entrances and exits. This is not my favorite place, unfortunately it is the best park in the OKC area. Reluctantly, I would stay here again.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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This is a convenient stop just off I-70. Staff was efficient including an escort to our site. Road noise due to proximity to highway. Sites are gravel, but there are concrete pads available for an additional charge. We would stay here again.

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The rate reflects a discount for paying cash. The sites are adequate, but close together. Close to the Interstate for easy access and a little road noise. Check-in was quick and easy. This is a convenient overnight stop. We would stay here again.

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We spent five nights in this nice, quiet park on the outskirts of Fredericksburg. Our rate reflects a 10 percent discount provided by the KOA card. We were pleasantly surprised how quiet the park is considering the proximity to Hwy 290. We were at the back of the park and I'm sure that helped. Wi-Fi is free and worked well. The park is well kept. We have a 42 ft. rig and had no problem traveling to or from our site. We enjoyed our stay and will return again.

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Managers were great. Escorted to our site. This park is very convenient to I-10. We had a large pull through that accommodated our truck, 38' fifth wheel and car. The site had large trees providing shade in the Texas summer. Nice pool. We will stay here again when in the area.

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The rate shown is with Good Sam discount. This is a decent overnite stop. Nothing to write home about after that though. Staff was welcoming and efficient. Good electric and cable TV. This park is much better than another park we stayed at in Amarillo. Will stay here again when we pass through the area.

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This is a convenient stop on I-70, easy-on, easy-off. Good overnight, with all hook-ups and plenty of room in long pull through sites. There is a restaurant within walking distance and a fuel stop directly across the street. Nothing to make me stay longer than overnight, but a good place to spend the night.

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The sites here are very close. It was difficult maneuvering with the narrow streets and sites. On our row the trucks were parked nose to tail. If my neighbor had not moved his truck, I would have really struggled to get out of my pull through site. On the positive side, the owners were quite nice and suggested a day trip to us that was spectacular. But with the site congestion, we will likely try some other park when in Cody again.

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This is a very nice park only four blocks from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The staff in the office is terrific, very helpful. Restrooms, showers, and laundry are spotless. The town of West Yellowstone is easy walking distance. I thought the sites were close together considering the premium price I was paying for our one week stay. Only reason I did not rate a 10. Would stay again.

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Okay, the views are pretty nice. However, the sites are tight for big rigs. The rate for the site was $33, but we were charged $1 additional because we had a dog. First time that has happened. Wi-Fi was fine. Had a 4G connection on the Verizon phone and the ATT phone had a good signal as well. This park has more "Don'ts" than "Do's" on it's information sheet. Lots of kids in the pool, but that was fine with us. The "pet area" is a field with tall grass behind the last row of sites. Don't think we would stay here again.

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We stayed two nites. Not the prettiest place we've stayed but okay. The website indicates 30/50 amp at $34 per nite. That is no longer accurate, a 50 amp site is $38 now. The rate shown includes a Good Sam discount. Our site was shady and had a big swing as well as a picnic table. Did not use the shower or restrooms. The laundry was clean, but expensive ($2.75 for a washer). The office has a very unpleasant odor. We had an issue with dog droppings at the back of our site. The staff apologized for the problem and sent somebody over right away to clean it up. Close to the Little Bighorn Battlefield. As noted in earlier reviews this is an easy access park from I90. We would stay again