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This was one of the most beautiful campgrounds we've ever stayed in. Were so lucky to get last minute reservations for the July 4th weekend in a full-hookup site. Absolutely immaculate! The roads and sites are asphalt, plenty long enough for our 37 foot motorhome and Jeep Wrangler. The backdrop is the magnificent state park hoodoos and whimsical rock formations. The park rangers were wonderful and the drive into the park is gorgeous. Very close drive to Bryce Canyon. A must if you can get reservations here.

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So aptly named - a wonderful campground. Beautifully manicured with long, relatively level sites, trees and grass. The laundry is immaculate and inexpensive. Right at junction of Highway 12 and Rt 24. Minutes from Capitol Reef National Park. Owners were friendly and always working around the park.

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This campground is beautiful. Expected some trailers, etc., but was surprised to find a shady, grassy campground with long pull-thrus on concrete pads. They had happy hour outside the clubhouse and invited us to join. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Several full-timers were there for the summer, all with immaculate sites. The owners obviously care a lot about this park and work hard to keep it beautiful. Wish we could stay longer than the 2 nights we have. Highly recommend.

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This was a perfectly fine park to overnight in. You find a spot and park, then register in the hotel, first-come, first-served. We had a large pull-through site with good satellite reception and amazing antenna channel selection for the locale. The lot is dirt and I imagine could get muddy easily in heavy rain. There is some road noise, but it slowed down considerably overnight. The Mexican restaurant in the hotel/casino was pretty good and they do give complimentary margaritas and pool access to RV guest. The front desk staff person was very friendly and accommodating. Would stay here again if passing through.

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New ownership is making improvements and planning to expand the number of sites in the park significantly. Location is very convenient for seeing Thousand Springs Byway, Shoshone Falls, Perrine Bridge, etc. The host, Jim, was absolutely delightful during our stay. Have not encountered hosts as caring and kind as he was very often. Made the stay better. Not sure about other reviewers' experiences, but our wifi worked pretty well. Yes, there's some road noise, but wasn't bad at night. Satellite reception was good, and limited channels could be picked up on antenna. It is true that the sewer connections for your neighbor are in an odd place, but our picnic table sat back on the site, and we had no trouble with smells when we sat out there. I would note that livestock haulers park their 18-wheelers on an adjacent road, and I believe the smell comes from there. The laundry was exceptionally clean (as was the bathhouse) and very economical at $1.50/wash and $1.00/dryer. I would stay here again. Paid $38 per night with GS.

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We enjoyed our stay here. The park is very clean and well maintained, with improvements being made. The site we had was spacious, with no neighbors close-by. Hookups were convenient. Site was shaded. No satellite reception in our particular site, but a tree was in the way. The restaurant on site is wonderful. We had sauteed shrimp and smoked baked potatoes that were delicious. Paid $36 nightly with Good Sam. Would stay here again.

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This is an older campground, but well maintained and nice touches. Paid $43.24 per night with military discount. The sites are shaded, but we got good satellite reception as well as antenna. The sites are long pull-throughs with plenty of space for our 37' motorhome and tow car. We had rain during our stay, and there was no problem with mud or puddling. Laundry room is clean and reasonably priced. Miss Helen made the stay more enjoyable. She is a delightful woman who owns the campground and goes out of her way to be friendly and engaging. She even gave us a container and some potting soil for a plant we had picked up on a drive outside of town. A little pricey for the age of the place, but all in all, we enjoyed our stay there and would stay there again.

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A little oasis. We stayed overnight in this park on our way to Glacier NP. It was much nicer than expected, a little oasis after a mountainous drive. It is very clean and well maintained. Sites were plenty large, good satellite reception. The views are spectacular and allowed a gorgeous sunset view right through our front window. The campground hosts were extremely friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed a week, using Cody as a base camp for several day trips. They will not give a weekly rate, Just a small Good Sam discount, so it was pricier than we expected. The sites on inner section are very close together. We were on outer perimeter, but close to highway. It was noisy and made worse by road work all week. The water, elec, and cable were on wrong side, and sewer at the back of the site. Was workable but inconvenient. Staff were very friendly and laundry was nice and clean. Wifi was ok, better in morning and late at night. Not sure I would choose this campground again.

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We stayed at Indian CG for 2 nights and wished as could stay longer. Harold and Katrina Anton, the owners, are wonderful. Harold saw our Jeep and recommended a canyon road to us that was fun and spectacular. The sites are mostly shaded, good working utilities, plenty of space for our 37 ft motorhome and Jeep. Highly recommend.

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Great campground. Lanna is wonderful and quite informative. Got to pick our site. Very clean and well maintained. Sites are plenty big . We stayed in a 37 foot motorhome. By all means, do Spearfish Canyon. Gorgeous. Devils Tower is also easily reached from here.

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Most of the sites are terraced, which is nice. Utilities are all grouped together. Cable included basic channels. Could not get satellite reception. The Wi-Fi was very spotty at best. Laundry room is clean, several newer machines and reasonably priced. The owners and staff are always working around the campground. We were escorted to our site at check-in. There is a pool and waterslide, and they have propane available. Custer is a central location to see all the local sites. Nice little town that is not too commercialized. Fabulous chicken pot pie at Bobkats Purple Pie Place. Excellent desserts at Dakota Cowboy restaurant. Would definitely stay again.

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Most of the sites are terraced, which is nice. Utilities are all grouped together. Cable included basic channels. Could not get satellite reception. The Wi-Fi was very spotty at best. Laundry room is clean, several newer machines and reasonably priced. The owners and staff are always working around the campground. We were escorted to our site at check-in. There is a pool and waterslide, and they have propane available. Custer is a central location to see all the local sites. Nice little town that is not too commercialized. Fabulous chicken pot pie at Bobkats Purple Pie Place. Excellent desserts at Dakota Cowboy restaurant. Would definitely stay again.

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This state park is right off the interstate outside Bluefield, WV. We stopped here after visiting New River Gorge. The campground is small, but very clean with electric and water. I believe there were some full hookups as well. The staff person was very friendly and helpful. The road around the campground was newly paved asphalt, with campsites arranged in a circular formation. They were not too close together, and lots of grassy areas around the sites. Very quiet and woodsy. Was a beautiful place to spend the night.

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This was the nicest KOA I've ever stayed at. Grounds were impeccably clean, office/store was spacious and beautiful. We had torrential rain but no flooding or big puddles around site. great location near Fredericksburg and Civil War battlefields.