Diane Yeager

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This campground was not on any review site. We followed highway signs and found a well laid out park. No attendant, so we drove around to select an RV site with hookups and shade. Permanent mobile homes are on one side and rv sites on the other. Site designation is a bit vague. I called the number on all the signage, and was instructed to fill out the form (no pens) and put cash or check in the secure drop box. Utilities were adequate except cable, but air reception was okay. Nice and clean family style bathrooms. Small pool and clean laundry. This park might have more business in the winter season but looks like it is running on a shoestring. I would stop here again for an overnight.

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There is no discount at this park, and takes only cash. Our site was nicely shaded and near the dog walk, but not level. I asked about sites that looked level, but was told that those were saved for big rigs that came in late. We have stayed here overnight previously, and utilities were fine, but I might insist on a different site in the future.

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This has recently become a Jellystone park, and it is an excellent family destination. Our first site was in full sun after we had requested shade. The second site was so uneven that only a RV with jacks should be assigned, and the water had to be fixed before we could use it. Showers were clean and in general the amenities were more than adequate. We would stop overnight, but would try to get a better site.

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This park is only adequate for an overnight. Office staff was helpful and gave us a choice of two sites. The first was so short, our rear end was almost in the drive way. The second was very shady and in an area that was mostly seasonal or permanent residents. Pull through gravel sites were very crowded together. Drives were adequately wide. Park is basically an extension of Trailside RV Center. Only half of the park has sewer hook-ups Showers were old but clean. Not a "9" rating for us.

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Easy on & off I-70. This campground calls itself a resort on the brochure, and could have been a "9" some years ago, but is now rundown and lacks pride. Full hookups worked properly, showers were okay, two restaurants were within walking distance. There were few trees and very gusty winds. This is a convenient overnight stop with full hookups.

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This is a beautiful park, only partially recovered from a devastating flood in 2013. It has water, sewer, electric on very tight sites. Our shady area is adjacent to our neighbor's sewer hookup. The upside is that is the only RV park near Boulder with utilities and is in the center of a charming old town. Interesting restaurants with organic food and craft beers are within walking distance. Utilities are new and adequate. Over-the-air TV is adequate. We thought we had a reservation, but the host seemed surprised. There was room and he allowed us to choose. There are no site numbers, and access to St.Vrains river is fenced off with Do Not Enter. But grassy park areas, and beautiful cliffs make this a hidden gem. In addition to the site fee, the city asks for donations to help rebuild. I hope the city can get the funds to finish the job.

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This is a typical KOA configuration, but gives good customer service. We asked for a shady site and were given the choice of two. Our choice was very near office, store, and very clean showers. Although sites are too close, ours was wider, and near the gardens, the miniature golf, and the pool. Very nice for families. There was also a dog park. Inexpensive breakfast is served. Easy on and off I 70, but because the park is on business route 24, was very quiet.

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After crossing the railroad track, the atmosphere is like a little frontier town. The greeting was neutral and my receipt doesn't detail fees. Our site was level and near the showers with good shade. Utilities are adequate, and air TV was fine. Directions were clear and although between railroad tracks and highway, the campground is relatively quiet. It is such a good overnight that park was well occupied by nightfall. It is comforting to have a storm shelter.

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We have stayed here before, and were surprised to find it very full. In spite of other reviews calling it a big parking lot, the host is friendly and assigned us a spot near my request. The sites are very close, but utilities are excellent and the laundry room is among the most reasonably priced. Shopping and medical help are nearby. The park just north of the RV section has bike and walking path to complete a nice experience.

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There was no attendant when we arrived, so we chose a site and called. There was barely any shade, so we took a site nearest the larger trees. The park seemed very new with good utilities, but no amenities. It is an excellent stop for those who are self contained, and quiet enough off I-40. We had a little difficulty finding the park, not expecting to go through a grocery store parking lot.

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We have stayed here several times, and found it more friendly and cooperative than past stays. We wanted full shade and were assigned a different site. I agree that some sites and drives need some improvement but overall the quality is excellent. No cable, but air TV was enough.

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This is no longer a KOA. Directions are confusing regarding bypass, and east and west. There is a little shade around the edge. We left a message for the manager, chose our own spot, and told him we would check in in the morning to pay. I helped the office person figure out what we should pay. Terrible gnats. The manager has allowed park to degrade, with derelict units. Only okay for overnight.

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We had not visited Disneyworld for over 30 years. I made the reservations via phone with Disney. Had no idea as to site except being on "pet" circle, which cost $15 extra per night. Our site 1918, assigned at check-in, was quite a walk to the internal bus, then a ride to the Outpost to catch another bus to theme parks. Forty minutes each way to any theme park, so returning to the rv for dog walk or lunch is not feasible. Our three day park pass was only 2 1/2 days since check-in is 1 pm. Riding in a van, the driver said the best time to visit is 2nd half of January and all of February. Sites are small and utilities are adequate. There is some separation between sites, but some are too small for big rig and tow vehicles. This park is too expensive unless all amenities are to be utilized.

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Williston Crossings is definitely a destination park. First it so large that many sites are seasonal, and they are installing park models in the newer section. I called ahead to make sure they could accomodate in a pull-thru with tow for overnight, since they have only 41 pull-thru sites. The person who talked to me wanted lots of information on the phone, including VISA #. I did not want to give that information before I even got there, and she indicated they usually didn't do that. She did give me a site number, but by the time we got there, that had been changed, which confused our escort. The park is beautiful, with large sites and has every amenity, including being within walking distance to the town. This a great park for an extended stay but not our favorite small park.

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Although this park is very close to I-75, it was reasonably quiet, and a very nice overnight or longer term stay. There are many amenities: pool community room, hot tub, clean laundry, & showers, clubhouse, games, dog run, tent camping, cabins, and shade. That is a lot of value for the Passport rate, which must be cash. We deducted for only air channel tv was adequate. Sites for smaller rvs were too close together.