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Dayton KOA

Brookville, Ohio

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The park is located west of Dayton in a quiet location. We had lots of rain while we were there, but our site was pretty well drained. Lots of trees, satellite is difficult, but they do have cable. All utilities worked just fine. This KOA has lots of things to do in the park, including fishing, paddle boats and pizza, etc delivered to your site.

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The rate reflects a one week stay. The park is located on a level hill, a few miles from Georgetown, with a gravel surface. All utilities worked very well and the sky is open for dish. There is a very nice pool area, witch was not open yet. The staff was helpful in suggesting things to do in the area.

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Rate reflects SKP discount for two nights. The park is located just a few miles from the entrance to Mammoth Cave National Park, our reason for being here. Owners were very friendly and helpful with things to do in the area. You are surrounded by farm land and quiet, with a beautiful night sky. Satellite is no problem.

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This was just an overnight, so we were able to stay hooked up in our pull thru site. The site was level, but a little close together, buddy style. Although there are trains nearby, the noise was very muted and not a problem. In all of our travels, this was the most friendly escort to our site we have experienced, he offered to help hook up and invited us to all of the activities in the park. Excellent service.

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The park in situated right on the bank of the Mississippi River, you can watch barges from your back window. The trailer section has the back window to the river and the motorhome has the front. We had a long pull thru that probably could accommodate two of our 40 ft fiver. The sky is open for satellite and the utilities were good. The washers and dryers are FREE and trash is picked up at your rig daily. The staff were just wonderful, from the office, to the escort, and all we encountered. The GPS took us through West Memphis and the streets are pretty poor. Use instead the next exit to the east and the road is good and runs close to the entrance of the park. Shopping is nearby and Memphis, TN across the river has everything. This is one the best stays in our three years of full timing.

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A good overnight stop close to a large lake, just off I40. The sites are a bit narrow, but there is plenty of maneuvering room. About 1/3 of the sites were semi-permanent construction workers, but the folks were friendly and it was quiet at night and easy to get back on the interstate the next morning. The office manager was friendly and fun to talk with.

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A long pull thru with some large trees, but open enough for satellite dish. All utilities worked well and after a huge rain, the site drained well, too. We were going to stay one night, but extended to avoid bad weather further east. Free muffins are available in the mornings, along with newspaper. Friendly staff.

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Nice quiet park on the outskirts of Amarillo. Far enough from the interstate to be quiet at night. The concrete pads are level and long and we stayed hooked up. The staff was friendly and efficient. Watch out for a couple of dips in the road near the entrance, we drug our landing gear, no damage, but just steer around them.

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Well located on the west side of Albuquerque, this park is great for a few days. We had a long, level pull thru and all utilities worked well. The staff was friendly and helpful. Camping World is just across the freeway, if you need supplies. Some freeway noise, but certainly not objectionable.

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Excellent overnight on the western edge of Gallup. We had a long pull thru, so we were able to stay hooked up. All utilities worked well. Open sky for satellite. This is a busy park, so arrive early or make reservations.

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Rate reflects monthly, in high season plus electric. We were here for 4 months, avoiding winter. This a well-located park in North Phoenix, close to all services and Costco right out the back gate. We have found Desert Shadows to be very friendly, with as many activities as you care to do. Sites are level, with good utilities and a ton of citrus trees all around the park-free oranges, etc for the picking. The park staff is helpful and friendly.

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A well laid out park with wide streets and angled pull thru sites-easy in and out. All utilities worked and were placed properly, with an open sky for satellite dish. Far enough away from the freeway to be quiet and there are several rv dealers close by if you need parts, etc. The park has a nice pool, but it was too chilly to use it when we were there. There is a bar/grill that serves well priced pub food and drinks. Not fine dining, but handy and tasty. They have completed some large solar structures that you can park under with plenty of overhead clearance. We wanted sun due to the lateness of the season, but other times it would be a very nice place to park when the temps are higher. Plenty of citrus trees for oranges, grapefruit, etc, when in season.

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Price reflects SKP membership. The park is well-located off I10, but far enough away to be quiet at night. We arrived after a big rainstorm, so the gravel parking area was not muddy. Our pull thru was long enough to stay hooked up, level and the utilities were fine, with an open sky for dish. The staff were very friendly(no kidding, it IS an Escapees park)! The Saturday breakfast was inexpensive and a great place to meet some fellow rv'ers. Shopping and fuel are close by.

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We stayed here on the $50.00 per week special and the next week at the reduced rate, $80.00 less 20%($67.00). You must be an Escapees member to stay here. Our site was very large and the back in easily accommodated our 39 ft fiver and truck. All utilities where very good, and worked properly, with a clear sky for dish. The park has a RO water system, therefore, great water! It is very quiet with dark night skies here, owing to its rural location between Carlsbad and Artesia. All services in both cities are available, including Wal Mart, restaurants, and a Chevy dealer that we needed. The SKP's could not have been more friendly and welcoming, a very nice community here, with many activities and get-togethers. This is a co-op park, so there are lots for long term lease, should you want to stay year around or for several months.

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Nice park off I10, close to Old Mesilla, shopping , restaurants and fuel. This is a very well kept-up park where they rake the gravel each time someone leaves. There are rules here to keep the place looking good, not bothersome, but rules. Our site was on the end with picnic table. trees and shrubs. Open sky for satellite dish. Pretty quiet, despite being not too far off the interstate.