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Retired full time RVers since 2013. Have visited all National Parks in the continental USA.

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This park is located in the country about 6-7 miles from Freeport. We had a long pull thru with good utilities and an open sky for dish located in an open grassy area. Something not always available in the Maine woods. My only complaint would be lack of signage coming from the interstate the way our GPS directed us.

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We had a pull thru in a treed section and no dish available. The site was level and long enough to stay hooked up as this was just an overnight stop. All utilities were fine and although close to the interstate, it was quiet at night.

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This is our second stay here at Dumplin Valley. The park is on a former farm with grass, pull thru sites and good utilities located about 1 1/4 miles from the interstate, so it is quiet. Plenty of open sky for dish and the owners are just wonderful. They have a bluegrass festival here in the fall. This park is a great alternative to the craziness and congestion of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.

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Nice quiet stopover far enough from I40 to be pretty quiet. Our pull thru was sloped down in front, but level side to side with lots of trees-no dish, but they do have cable. We had a lot of rain, but it drained well so not muddy. The staff was very friendly and recommended a great restaurant. Fuel is also close by.

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This is a huge asphalt parking lot with water and electric around the perimeter. Normally, all are back in with utilities at the rear, but since we were the only ones there, we just pulled along the fence. There are other sites available by the river as well. There is security at night and the casino is available, should you want to eat or donate money. The gal in the office was just excellent, very friendly and helpful. You cannot beat the price for an overnight.

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Very nice, quiet KOA away from the interstate. The staff was very friendly and led us to a long, level pull thru site that somehow, through the trees, got satellite reception. All utilities worked well and the wifi was strong. They are currently doing a lot of work on the campground with new water, etc. There weren't too many folks there due to the season(rainy and a little snow flurries). We would certainly stay here again if in the area.

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This park is located near Sam's Town Casino on Nellis Blvd. There is security as you come in the gate and they direct you to a very efficient check in and an escort to your site. The park at first has a confusing layout, so the escort is welcome. The interior roads are a little narrow, but lack of curbs, etc makes getting into the pull thru just fine. The pad is level asphalt with gravel between the sites. All utilities worked well and dish isn't a problem. There are some permanents, but they are well kept.

     

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Kingman KOA

Kingman, Arizona

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Our site was a nice pull thru on the end of a row, so we didn't have neighbors on the curb side. All utilities worked well and the sky was open for dish. There was a concrete patio with table and the gravel had been freshly raked. The owners seem to be working all the time to improve the park. The pool looked great, but we didn't use it and the store was well stocked. The park is in a residential area that is quiet and away from the ever present train tracks along I40.

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An overnight stop heading west in a level gravel pull thru with 30amp power and water. Dish is hit and miss with the trees, but we were ok. The park is far enough from I40 to be quiet. There is a store and gas station on the premises and they offer discounts to Meteor Crater.

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This park is at the south end of Santa Fe in a quiet location near Hwy 599 loop. Our pull thru site was level with a concrete patio and table. The only problem was that the sewer was slightly uphill, but still doable. Very quiet and dark at night, so lots of stars. Dish is no problem here. There are many art sculpture pieces around the park, which is located on a working ranch. We have stayed in Santa Fe many times at other parks, but this is our new stop when we are in the City Different!

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We were in the newer big rig pull thru section near the front of the park. The site was a spacious, level, concrete pad with a picnic table and was pretty quiet, despite being close to I40(we did keep the windows closed as it is spring in NM-wind, snow, rain and sunshine). All utilities worked well and we were escorted to the site. Open sky for dish. The park offers a continental breakfast each morning. The pool wasn't open yet.

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We had a long, level pull thru with water and electric as it was just an overnight stop and we did't unhook. Check in was fast and friendly. We have stayed here several times and they always do a great job.

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This is our winter home for four months and suits our needs very well. Good location at north I17 and Loop 101 with restaurants and shopping nearby, quiet and secure. Rate is high season monthly plus electric. We are in a longer term site that is level, long enough for our 40 foot fiver, has a concrete patio and citrus trees. Short term sites are pull thru in the center of the park. Utilities are fine with open sky for dish. There are many activities, including pancake breakfasts, talent shows, church, dances, etc to keep you as busy as you like and the residents are a friendly group.

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Just an overnight on the way to Arizona, it was adequate for our needs. Driving in from I10, you go through a fairly sketchy area, but once in, it was fine. There weren't too many people at park, so there was enough room to stay hooked up, full house might be another story. Utilities were fine and sky was open for satellite.

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Monthly rate, electric included. We have stayed here several times before and the park and staff are terrific. Our pull thru was long and spacious, with a nice clean astro turf lawn, no problems after a very heavy rain. The road in front of the park was completely repaved while we were there, making entry and exit a breeze. The owners and staff are continually working to improve the property and it shows! Close enough to shopping and restaurants in Bernalillo and Rio Rancho. There is some train noise during the day(commuter), but quiet at night.