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In April, 2013, fifteen(15) spaces were reserved for our motorhome group for four nights beginning 11/7/2013. Upon arrival, our group was divided in two distant areas of the park. We protested, but were told that no other spaces were available. No less that ten (10) spaces were available in the first area during our entire stay. All facilities were excellent, but Wi-Fi was non-existent.

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This is a small park next to the Rio Grande River. The sites are gravel with good access on dirt/gravel roads. The personnel are very friendly. The overall facility includes a small motel and cabins. The best part is a fantastic restaurant on site. This was the reason for our overnight stay and we look forward to a future visit.

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My wife and stayed at Alamosa KOA on 8/13 and 8/14/12. The park was satisfactory relating to all the facilities we used. We stayed in a pull-through site (42 foot motorhome with tow). On 8/14 we requested and were granted a check-out extension from 11 am until 12 noon on 8/15. At 11 am on 8/15 we were approached by a KOA employee who demanded to know when we were leaving. I explained that we had received a one hour extension. He very rudely stated that check-out time was 11 am and it didn't matter who had granted an extension. He arrogantly advised that someone else was waiting on our spot. I asked what time check-in was and he advised that they didn't have a check-in time: it was when a camper arrived. We left the campground at 11:45 am. I stopped by the office and asked what fee I owed for their 45 minutes I had used. She stated that no fee was due but they were not advised of a time extension for us. It should be noted that at 11:45 am, multiple pull-through sites were available along with maybe 40 other vacant sites. No one was at the campground waiting for any site. My wife and I will never return to this campground.