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Springville/Provo KOA , Springville, Utah

Date of Stay: October, 2004 - $28.00
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We've stayed there 4 times. Generally staffed with knowledgeable people, RVers themselves, who were very helpful when we were new at RVing: two days. Can get grumpy with ladies staying more than two weeks alone. Nice paved pads with grass and new growing trees. An okay, fenced 'waste-station' for dogs. So, considerate RVers can take pets there instead of spoiling the grass in the delicate Utah environment. Nice laundry facilities. Okay shower areas: they try to keep them clean. Easy access to I-5 on-ramp with a nice Flying J handy for fuel, propane, and air across the road. Ramp on South side of RV park can get noisy with business traffic morning and evening, but not too bad in some parts of the park. There are railroad tracks with trains coming by occassionally from the coal mines up East of Spanish Fork Canyon, and occassionally they hook up trains in the rail yard over the fence with a bump or crash, but to a railway buff, it is tolerable and fun to hear them go bump. Close to Wal-Mart just a freeway ramp away, also to Burger King and a couple of other restaurants. Not too far South of that is the most knowledgeable Ford dealership and repair facility. Never heard a better sounding new engine after they gave it it's check-up. Close to University Avenue with 'the Mall' (Penneys and Sears, theatres), and to Novell, K-Mart, Sam's Club, Deseret Book, Wendy's, Staples, Office Max, and steak and buffet restaurants. Never used phone service nor cable, nor WiFi from across the way from the Flying J. either. Easy access into and out of the park. Stayed a couple of months twice and found it to be pleasant. Most neighbors or RVers were Seniors, or Empty Nesters. It's pleasant to walk around the park, especially in the cool of the evening after a hot day. Oh, and for those having satellite TV or internet, the skies to the South have a clear view. The new trees weren't that high. We camped at Springville/Provo KOA in a Fifth Wheel.