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This park really was an oasis after a long day of driving. Easy access from I40. It had large level sites with cement pads. There were clean, individual bathrooms with showers. You could order pizza made to order at the office (we did, it was great!). There is not much nearby, and not much shade, but for a rest stop it was very nice. We camped here in a motorhome. We would stay here again.

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A large KOA facility. Paved, spacious level sites. Clean restrooms. The park is right in town, convenient to the interstate and easy to get to Old Town Albuquerque. We stayed here 2 nights in a motorhome. We would camp here again.

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There are no bathrooms or store at this park. Mostly long term campers. Great Wi-Fi. We were given a site right next to the BBQ restaurant next door - VERY smoky and a bright security light on all night. We stayed one night.

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Sites were close but not cramped, and generally level. Restrooms and laundry were nice. Hiking trails were accessible from the park, and it was possible to walk into Sedona if you wanted to avoid the traffic. Unfortunately, a lodge across the creek from the park played loud music; sometimes all day, sometimes late into the night. It was hard to relax when the music was cranked up. We stayed here 3 nights in a motorhome. We would look for a quieter park next time.

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Sites are closely spaced, most are not level. Some shade. Campground is directly next to a national forest; trails are accessible from the campground. Full service campground. Park is on the north side of town, restaurants, services, grocery are nearby. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here over Memorial Day weekend, the park was full. There were lots of fun activities for the kids including a bounce house and a "train" pulled by an ATV.

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Spacious sites, some have more shade than others. Electric only at site, dump site and fresh water available at the exit. No showers in the campground. Beautiful setting. Easy access to town, visitor center, and park shuttle. Very popular park; reserve sites online early. We stayed here 5 nights in a motorhome.

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Nice state park not far from Bryce Canyon. Spacious, level, scenic sites. Some sites have electric, all have water. No WIFI, no cell service. Lots of hiking trails, unfortunately some are used by a horseback riding concession and are in poor condition. Very scenic park. Nice showers. We stayed here 3 nights in a motorhome.

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This campground has NO WATER available. There are flush toilets and sinks in the restrooms, but no water at sites or public spigots. There are no showers. Make sure to fill your water tanks before arriving. The campground is small and sites are hard to get - reserve early online. Choose your site carefully as some are very short or on slopes. The fabulous views and trails at this state park make any inconvenience worthwhile. It sits on top of a mesa overlooking huge canyons near the town of Moab. Hiking and biking trails are available. There is a visitor center with exhibits and a gift shop.

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Convenient park to Capitol Reef Nat. Park. Nice sites, park was full up most nights. Showers were clean but can be a long way from some sites. Services in Torrey are very limited. WIFI was slow. Sites were spacious and level. This park has a camp store with a large gift shop - nice merchandise at reasonable prices.

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Busy and crowded park, especially on weekends. Lots of ATVs, Jeeps, and mountain bikes. Centrally located in Moab, easy to walk to grocery, restaurants, shops. Easy access to Arches and Canyonlands. Nice showers. Can be difficult to navigate the park with all the additional vehicles present. Sites were mostly shady and level. WIFI was slow and unreliable. We stayed here for 4 nights in a motorhome. We would stay here again.

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A little ways off the interstate in a rural setting. Quiet park, large sites, some shade. WIFI was adequate but not fast or always available. Clean restrooms. We camped here overnight in a motorhome.

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Nice quiet park. Easy access from the interstate. Clean bathrooms. Typical KOA Tengo WIFI, slow and prone to be disconnected frequently. Good overnight stop.

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Great campground for an overnight stay - very close to I24. Long level sites, easy in and out. Very clean, bright restrooms. Nice pool. Very friendly staff. WIFI was good. We stayed here in a Motorhome.

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Very nice but pricey KOA with every service you can think of. Sites were well spaced for a KOA with lots of trees. Very clean park and restrooms. Lots for kids to do - fishing pond, pool, splash park, playground, theater, games. There is a Starbucks just down the road for a coffee fix. We would stay here again. We camped here in a motorhome.

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Park is basically a level, gravel lot in front of the hotel Point of View Suites. Good services. We had a direct ocean view at our site. Excellent bathrooms. Restaurant at the hotel, plus nightly "Beggars Feast" where you are dressed in medieval costumes with great food and entertainment. Point of View park is within walking distance of downtown Louisbourg and the fortress of Louisbourg. Great place to stay while exploring Louisbourg. The owner and staff were great, and price is very reasonable.