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Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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It is still well kept up and great staff. Convenient to I70/US287 for overnights. Dog park added since our last time. Good Wifi. I thought big rig maneuvering room was OK but maybe if they're full it gets problematic.

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Nor that much to look at but its convenient for passing through. Level sites, functioning hookups. Roads gravel and not too rough. Pool looked nice but didn't use. Couldn't get wifi to work but had a good Verizon signal so didn't bother. When the wind is right you can definitely tell what the big economic activity is. I think its a bit pricey for what you get with a perfectly good Walmart in town (I gotta get an inverter for this new residential refrigerator).

     

Tye RV Park

Tye, Texas

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Not too impressive to look at but if you want 50A hook-ups for a night convenient to the highway it works. Graveled pull-thrus, some very long, ours was level. Graveled roads needed grading. With the plains spring weather rolling through it was nice to know they were keeping on eye on it and a shelter was available. Kinda pricey for what you get but it seems competitive in the area.

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Good value for the price. If you don't need to be on the river this is a great place - nice landscaping, well laid out, good roads, good facilities. Sites are level concrete pads - our back-in held the motorhome and toad but I would have liked a few more feet to spare. Then again, if it had been a big deal I'm sure we could have changed sites - they weren't crowded. Width-wise there was ok separation between sites. Wifi also ok - near as I could tell (remember the not crowded part). Good thing - Verizon data was marginal.

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Not many options on this stretch of I-10 and great for seeing the Caverns (which you should do as long as you've made the trip from the Interstate). Nice, quiet country setting. Electric boxes look pretty sad but tested and worked ok. Marginal Verizon data signal, ok voice service. Obviously developed before todays big rigs became commonplace with very close site spacing but parking is doable - even though every single post protecting the utility hookups from too tight a right turn was displaced/gouged. The level of difficulty experienced will likely depend on how many, how long and how considerate others are. Me - I'd shoot for being there as early as I could to have as much manuever room as possible.

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Same old, Same old. Gravel parking lot with functioning hookups - thats it. Easy access to/from I-10. Much less road noise than I remembered. Only a few spots are going to be large enough to put in a big rig and stay hitched up - if its full. As it was, with drilling activity apparently down you wouldn't have any trouble being out of the way.

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Throughly outstanding in much of what we look for in an RV park - widely dispersed sites, landscaping and privacy fences contribute to separation. A very quiet, open country setting (as noted before) but a Wal-Mart and chain grocery are close and convenient. Roads and sites gravel and while our site wasn't level, I was able to get that way. That, and lack of wifi are about the only things we appreciate it doesn't have. Good Verizon signal tho and don't know if its the community or the park but a good recycling station.

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Good place, good value for an overnight. Just the basics but that's all you need. Welcoming friendly staff indicated there are new owners and improvements are on the way.

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Nice enough place. Small, secluded, very quiet. Mostly long term but they keep a couple pull-thrus available for those passing through. Very nice folks. I wasn't that impressed with the WiFi. It's certainly above RV park average but not the best I've had either: 2-5mb on speedtest.

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Combined PPA, GS rate. Nice park with wide gravel sites and paved roads. Grass in between. Very pleasant, quiet location on the Colorado River with short walking trails. Some park models, some long term probably the majority of sites but all very neat. I can see where common facilities (1 bath, 1 washer/dryer, wifi) could be overwhelmed if the park was full but that wasn't a problem when we were there. Friendly helpful staff, daily newspaper available in community center a nice touch.

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Good enough for what we needed: a place close to family in Arlington and a quick easy getaway on 287. Well kept up especially central pool / laundry area. Staff friendly and helpful in our dealings with them. Sites are nothing special - mostly gravel as noted but ours was level. Wi-Fi was at least usable even on the weekend so thats better than most. Don't know what you'd get for how much elsewhere around the metroplex.

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Same quality stay as last time and as described in other reviews. Wifi is also still pretty much worthless and some shade trees would make this a superlative park. But at this price (PPA) who's complaining?

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Quite the find. 30 amp, water, dump available, level pull-through, paved roads. Easy access, quiet. What more could you want? I've certainly paid more for less.

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It is what it is. A gravel parking lot with side by side full hookups to include cable. OK wifi, good Verizon service, quiet, clean. Not all sites have 50 amp though, so if thats important to you make sure you ask. Ok for a night or two at PPA rates but I'd be wanting hookups real bad to pay full freight here with a Walmart in town. The motel part is kind of interesting though.

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Nice place. Sites are large enough but closely spaced. Dirt roads, dirt sites, some grass, lots of trees. Pleasant staff. Marginal Verizon signal. If I was doing a quick in and out to Rocky Mt National Park I'd think seriously about staying here. Its so much better than any of the Estes RV parks and PPA makes it a real deal - even without PPA its less (pricey maybe but check Estes prices).