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We stayed here 5 nights. There were no issues with the power running two a/c units etc. We had a premium site on a concrete slab that was level. WIFI worked fine. The KOA is a mile and a half from the Big Dam Bridge which is a good place to walk. We drove to the Clinton Presidential Library in about 20 minutes. We passed the RV Park by the water and were not impressed. We liked the KOA in the pines and trees. We would satay here again.

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We were on a premium site with a cement slab and patio with table and 4 chairs. $20 a night + $3 for 50 amp. Rate was with Passport America. We were here for 2 weeks. The Park is right next door to the Welk Theater and close to the main road in Branson. Had a problem with the wifi but they came out and reset the system and no more problem. Staff is friendly and they take you to your site. Nice clean pool but they could use an area that is shaded in the hot Branson sun. We would stay here again.

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Actually this park is just off I-49 off the Fir Street exit. Rough paved roads with gravel sites. We had problem with a 50amp breaker at the pedestal and they replaced the breaker rather quickly and we had no furher problems. Staff was super friendly and had great sense of humor which made check in nice. Weekends they will cook hot dogs and burgers for you for a reasonable price. Park was pretty empty with a lot of folks just spending the night. The park has a rustic feel. We were far enough away from I-49 not to hear the traffic noise. Walmart and restaurants are just 2 miles away.

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The place was spotless. After the weekend someone went around and cleaned off alln the grills at the sites. We liked the trees by the picnic tables, they provided some nice privacy from your neighbor. Great electrical pedestals and cable hookups. Cable was fine as was the wifi. During the day hours there is some traffic noise but at night it is less. We woilf stay here again.

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As mentioned the sites are really long in the back area. The front area of the park is basically set up for seasonals. The only thing I did not care for was the shared sites. You pull in and share utilities with your neighbor. You can be a little close on your utility side but on your door side there is plenty of room. They park you so that your stairs come out on the patio. The park is kept clean, quiet at night and only a couple of miles from town. We would definitely come back here if in the area.

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Some sites and roads have really bad holes that you don't want to drive into because they are deep enough to cause damage. There are a number of water leaks, broken pads with some unusable. Spoke to staff and they said that management makes their money from the Casino and not the RV Park so they do not want to put any money into it. If nothing is done to improve the sites this park will probably close down based on current condition.

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Thsi is a family run park that is no longer owned by Jim and Mary. The park is clean and has tons of flower gardens all over the place. One evening during the week they have a country singer come in and free ice cream. We had a full 50 amp hookup in the shade. If in Missoula this is the only place to stay. There is another rv park almost across the street but it looked like most sites were in the sun. Stop here and you will not be disappointed.

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We had a nice site with partial shade. Nice pool for the kids. There was a bad windstorm one day that blew a branch partly down. Owners came out and took the hanging limb down before we left. WIFI worked great, full hook ups with 50 amp. Electrical pedestal looked new.

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The only thing I did not care for was the mile long dirt road leading to the park. You really have to drive slowly because parts of it are like a washboard and unfortunately the county will not maintain it. The park was convenient to getting off and on the interstate. Owners were great and friendly. We did not care for the site set up since you faced your neighbor door to door. Our neighbor took over our picnic table and was just outside our door but again this was just an overnight.

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This was a great small RV Park that was well kept by the family that owns it. Sites were comfortable, gravel pads and full hookups with 50amp. They had a great play area for the kids, volleyball, nice red room. With only 30 sites this place was top notch. We would definitely return.

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We stopped here overnight and had a sight where we did not need to disconnect from the fifth wheel. Staff were pleasant and directed us to the site in their golf cart. Lots of trees, nice pool and wifi worked fine.

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This is a small RV Park that is being built one site at a time. There are about 30 sites with full hookups and 50amp service. Sites are gravel with a nice grass area. There are a handful of sites that are cement but these are owned by seasonals with small nice looking sheds on them. They are building a rec center with bathrooms and laundry room, this will probably be open next year. There is a nice pond here with a path cut where you can walk around it. The owners were friendly. Right now you have to be completely self contained. No cable but you can get a number of stations over the air. The biggest negative is that it is very close to I-35 and the road noise was loud. Because of the noise we will not return.

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As others have said rthe place just feels untidy. The park located in a community with no fencing. This was ok for an overnight. The place just needs some TLC. One thing that bothered me was the rain from the night before covered my truck with junk from the cotton wood trees. Took a while to clean off the truck at our next stop.

     

Hardin KOA

Hardin, Montana

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When you arrive the owners guide you to your spot and do not leave till you are parked the way they want. In our case we were on a back row pull through. We had to park our fifth wheel close to the front of the spot and park the truck in the rear which was a problem since it was a small one way drive that we had to work to back out of. Parking in front would have been great but we were not allowed. The owners live in a motorhome and are on site all the time. The site had a small picnic table with a shed covering. This was a good location for us to visit the Little Big Horn..Custer's last stand. Grocery store is just 2 miles away.

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The sites are pretty close to one another. We were in site one and our neighbors sewer connection was right by our steps. A lot of the sites are uneven and require extra blocks/boards to level properly. As mentioned before if you leave the park and want to go west on I-90 the bridge restriction is just over 13' so a lot of RV's can not clear this. When we arrived the tree limbs by the office were way to low. I brushed against them. I told staff and they did trim them a bit but really needed more attention. Local folks have access to the pool so at times there are more folks here with their kids that are not camping. I would not stop here again.