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All concrete pads with good-sized patios, extremely well-maintained with lots of activities available. Everyone, staff and guests/residents alike, have been very friendly. Plus it's a real bargain at less than $40 per night with discount. Close to Fredericksburg and Luckenbach for sightseeing, shopping and great eating.

     

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Buckhorn Lake Resort

Kerrville, Texas

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All concrete pads with good-sized patios, extremely well-maintained with lots of activities available. Everyone, staff and guests/residents alike, have been very friendly. Plus it's a real bargain at less than $40 per night with discount. Close to Fredericksburg and Luckenbach for sightseeing, shopping and great eating.

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Although we were nervous on the approach to this park because the neighborhood looked a little sketchy, once we got inside we were very pleasantly surprised. This is an extremely well-maintained and secure resort. The only reason I'm not giving it a 10 is because there are no concrete sites; otherwise it's outstanding. Very quiet, lots of trees, asphalt roads, nice pool, friendly staff. A great place to stay and avoid the hustle-bustle feeling of San Antonio. Easy drive to the Alamo and Riverwalk, or use the bus stop across the street.

     

Abilene KOA

Abilene, Texas

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This appeared to be a somewhat neglected park. They said it's under new management, but it needs attention. All internal roads are gravel that has turned to dust, our site, although reported as "level" was not at all. No frills whatsoever, very small playground. We won't be back.

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Beautiful park nestled among the pines, but overall just okay for an overnight stay. Very tight sites, mostly unlevel gravel. When we chose from 2 available sites based on how level it was, there was NO satellite signal-not surprising among all the trees, but a bit disappointing. Very friendly and engaging staff, easy access from the interstate.

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BEAUTIFUL!! Top-of-the-line park! Convenient to shopping, restaurants, easy drive to the Plaza or take the bus. Lots of gorgeous trees, exceptionally clean park, level sites. We spent the extra $5 for a premium site with a concrete pad, what a deal! Only downside to the trees is that we couldn't get satellite TV service, but used the over-the-air channels and did fine. Extremely quiet, being a 55+ only park. Didn't use their wifi but my AT&T mifi worked fine. I really can't say enough about this location - will definitely be back!

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Definitely a no-frills park with little maintenance being done. Front desk staff was polite, but didn't offer much. Since it was just an overnight stop, we didn't mind but expected more from a former KOA park. Quiet and probably pretty in the Spring.

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We heard and read that this is the best RV park in Dodge City, and that's probably true. The park store seemed well-stocked and the location is convenient. The utilities worked just fine and the site was fairly level. We understand that the owner has had some personal challenges in the last year that would impact how she manages the park. However, we found that the grounds seemed neglected and the rules, while completely understandable, were communicated in a very off-putting way. We wish her the very best in the future, but I doubt we'll return to this park.

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What a great park! The MOST level pad we've EVER had! Granted, this was a deluxe site with an extra-long and -wide concrete pad, but still... The whole park is very green, well-tended and clean. Super friendly owner was helpful, courteous and made me feel right at home. This is our new every-time stop between our home and our kids'/grandkids' home in Lawrence. We splurged on what appears to be a brand-new deluxe site; it's very nice with new wooden swing, patio set and fire pit/BBQ. Will definitely stay here again.

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Another little gem we've discovered along I-40. Well-kept with a western feeling - they even have horse lodging available (we're horse owners so we just love this). Good trees, well-stocked store, friendly staff. Gravel sites are pretty level and our wifi/cell signal was good.

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Superbly maintained park! Great little gift shop, some of the friendliest staff we've ever encountered, pretty trees and some grassy sites. If you don't mind sacrificing grass for space, ask for the "big rig" section. There are small trees there, but the sites are 100% gravel and concrete. The only complaint I've ever had is how they jack up the rates during the Balloon Fiesta, but that's a business decision. We have stayed here many times and will continue to do so.

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Have stayed at this park several times - no frills, but well-located and well-maintained. Bonus for horse owners is that they have a portable corral you can use! Pretty surroundings on two sides, which is hard to find right along an interstate highway sometimes. One drawback is where they insist on placing your picnic table - very close to your neighbor's sewer hookup. Not too pleasant Will continue to stop here whenever it fits our drive from Oklahoma to California and back.

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Well-maintained with good amenities including an exercise room, pool with handicap access, playground and shuttle service to nearby Remington Park. Concrete Pad with picnic table and patio. I have stayed here many times but won't again. They refuse to honor reserved spaces and won't let you know until you arrive. I don't understand why, when you select a space that you know works for you and your rig, your choice can (and often is) given to someone else, and you are moved to a space that simply won't work. If an emergency arises it's understandable, but to give away a space that you have reserved in advance simply to accommodate someone who DIDN'T reserve that space is unforgivable. Even when I asked to speak to the owner about this policy, I was told that he chooses to lose your business in preference to having the flexibility to put anyone anywhere. Not acceptable.

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Although we're not fans of KOAs, coming in late in the season meant that some parks were closed and others had shut off their water, so this was really our only choice. Boy, did we regret it! The front office help was unfriendly, almost surly. This is promoted as a luxury park with many activities and amenities, but they really need to pay more attention to their RV sites. The roads and pads in the park are paved with decomposed granite, which when it rains becomes mud. What a mess! Plus there is virtually NO cell signal and their wifi was sketchy at best, not working most of the time. We were so miserable there that we left after one night, even though we had paid for two. I think that tells the whole story.

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What an interstate gem! Very well-maintained, pretty park just off I-80 with beautiful countryside views. Even a little pond with free paddle boats. Great satellite reception, full hook-ups with 50amp power, green grass, a picturesque wooden swing just steps from our site, which is level, long and wide. Co-owner is very friendly, helpful and clearly a hard worker. Definitely would stay here again if we're ever in the vicinity.