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Stayed overnight, but this would be a good campground for a stay in Tucson. Large campground with paved roads and gravel, level sites. We were offered a covered site, which was actually under a large solar panel array. Had the standard amenities, but were upscale. We would camp here again.

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Stayed four days while visiting family. This is a large resort with paved roads and sites convenient to I-15 and the LV Strip. Our site was level with a concrete patio, with a shade tree and red gravel rather than grass. A separate concrete pad for parking our toad. Restrooms/Showers are unisex, large and clean. There are plenty of amenities; two pools, cafe, store, laundry, etc., but we did not use them. There is a 24 hour security guard at the entrance. Several RV service vendors are available for service. One negative (at least for us), after registration we were approached by a timeshare sales person wanting to sell us future days at the resort. The person was polite and did not pressure us, but it was a surprise. We would camp here again.

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One of the best campgrounds we've stayed in, paved roads and sites. Site was level with a gravel patio. Very kid friendly with several activities. Wifi is typical for a campground, satellite was good at our campsite. Restrooms/Showers were unisex, large and clean. Laundry was good, but need more machines; there were not enough for a large park catering to families. Very close to Zion NP and they offer a shuttle service for a nominal fee. We would camp here again.

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Our second stay at this KOA; the first in 2014. It is convenient to I-15 with Flying J, Denny's, gas station and state run liquor store at the same exit. Walmart is a mile or two south off I-15. Roads and sites are paved. Sites are level, but narrow and close to each other. Restrooms/showers are unisex and large. Laundry is adequate. Wifi ok, didn't use cable. We would stay here again.

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This campground is one of the best we've visited. The grounds are landscaped and each day we saw staff working on the grounds. Roads are wide and paved, sites are gravel and level. Restrooms/showers are located throughout the campground. Ours were clean, large and with plenty of hot water. Wifi and cable tv were good. The campground is within walking distance to West Yellowstone NP and a short drive to the park entrance. We would camp here again.

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This is one of the nicest KOAs we've stayed at. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and level. Many have concrete patios with furniture and landscaping. Restrooms/Showers are unisex and are large. Laundry was adequate. Staff helpful and friendly. Plenty of amenities and very kid friendly. Wifi was poor, cable was good. We would camp here again.

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Not sure how to rate this resort. Pros: close to Custer and central to local activities. Shower/restrooms adequate & laundry good, but pricey ($2.00/load). Staff helpful and friendly. Con: Our site was not level, plus had a sharp left turn, downhill with slope to the right. Questioned owner about it, assured me there would be no problem. There wasn't, but it was not comfortable. Site was not level. In general, the resort was kid friendly, but there is a daily rate for the water slide. Internet was very poor, cable was good. The roads & site are dirt/gravel with the roads mostly dirt and bumpy. In my opinion, the resort needs some TLC. We would consider camping there again, but would look at other resorts before deciding.

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Spent one night on July 4th enroute to South Dakota. Campsite is great for one night stops or short stays; close to I-80, but traffic noise is minimal. A Pilot Travel Center is at the same exit and Walmart is 2-3 miles away. Sites are gravel and level with minimal to no shade. Sites are easy in and out. Staff was helpful and friendly; was not escorted to our site, but it was not a problem. Amenities adequate and clean. We would camp here again.

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This is our second stay at the park and it remains one of our favorite RV parks. The park is paved with reddish rock gravel, sites are spacious, large, level and terraced with rock walls. This is not your typical park in a row park. The staff are helpful and friendly. The park is about 15 miles from Colorado Springs, which may be a negative for some. At our site satellite service was very good, but ATT cell service was non-existant. Wifi was poor to very good, I suspect depending on the number of users. Cable was offered, but we didn't use it. The restroom/showers were unisex; clean and adequate. Laundry was excellent. The park is not especially kid friendly, but there is a playground. Given the amount of activities in the area, our kids were not disappointed. There are deer in the park. We would camp here again.

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I don't give 10 ratings often, but for what this park is, an overnight stop it is excellent. Don't expect great ammenities, they are small and few, but adequate for a one night need. The park is an open area, covered with small pea gravel. Sites are close, but level and easy in/out. We will camp here again.

     

Abilene KOA

Abilene, Texas

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Overnighted while enroute to Colorado. Convient to I-20BL, but traffic noise was not a problem. Site was a pull thru, level, with mix of sand/gravel. Kids enjoyed the pool, small but had a 7' end. Showers were dated, but clean and large for what we've seen at KOAs. Satellite was unavailable due to trees. Did not use cable TV, Internet was slow. We would camp here again.

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Spent four days as the start of our annual summer trip. The park is in the process of changing to a Yogi Bear Jellystone park, but not all activities are in place yet. Recommend calling ahead if looking for Jellystone amenities. Sites are asphalt, level, and reasonably spaced. The park is on the Guadalupe River with plenty of green space along the river. Staff was friendly/helpful. We camp here at least once/year. We camped in a Motorhome.

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I rarely give a 10 rating, but have for this park for what we used it for; an overnight stop on our way home in south Texas. The campground is near I-20, but far enough away to eliminate any traffic noise. The sites are concrete, mostly pull thru, level and a picnic table. Many appeared occupied by long term residents working in the local area. The facilities are amazing; the largest restrooms/shower single person combos I've ever seen. The laundry had commercial washers/dryers. We would definitely camp here again.

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Spent two days to tour Hot Springs National Park. The campground is on a hill with shaded terraced gravel sites that are reasonably level. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring, although there was a burn ban in place so camp fires were prohibited. Facilities were clean and adequate and appeared fairly new. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site, which was helpful as the interior roads are steep. Be cautious if pulling a toad, we bottomed exiting the campground. We would camp here again.

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Spent one night at the campground. The staff was friendly and helpful offering dinner suggestions. It is located next to the interstate; however we were given a site at the rear of the property so traffic noise was not a problem. Our site was gravel, level with some shade. Facilities were typical KOA. Our kids enjoyed the pool. We would camp here again if passing through, but would look at other campgrounds if staying several days.