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Cleanest, nicest bathrooms we have ever experienced at a KOA. Site nicely shaded with trees and oleander bushes. Over 70 cable channels, good WiFi and. 4G Verizon cell service. Well stocked store. New electrical service in our row (#113) meant solid 120 volts even though weather quite warm and everyone running their ac. Super front office...friendly and welcoming. Would absolutely stay here again.

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Beautiful pools and grounds don't make up for several problems during visit. Dangerously low voltage (111-112 volts) meant power failure when AC, frig, and microwave on at same time. Voltage that low can ruin electronic equipment and RV systems. Hot water in shower turned cold after 3 minutes. $6 a day for Internet. Limited cable channels. Oasis resort is Vegas glitz with some underlying problems.

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Beautiful setting with lots of trees and grass. Sites farthest from office are well spaced. Clean bathrooms and spacious showers. We could not get cell service but 5 miles up a canyon didn't expect it. Wi-Fi very fast (72 Mbps). Nice pool and good store. Would definitely stay here again.

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As others have said, the staff is excellent. The park is a gravel parking lot, but clean and maintained. Sites too close together for any private space but pull-throughs are wide and long enough. Restrooms kept clean. Office well stocked. Would stay here again.

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Best Wi-Fi of any park we've ever experienced. Up to 65 Mbps. Owners have started to combine some sites so there is much more room between units. We were in #27 and had a separate parking area for the towed. Baths and showers clean, but like many older places showers need some preventive maintenance and to be expanded. Almost impossible to turn around in one. Excellent walking trail for dogs and people. Lots of shade trees. Ice cream available each evening. Close to town. Would definitely stay here again.

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Basic campground with a few trees but mostly open gravel spots. Had a pull-through that was almost too short for 30 foot RV and towed. Biggest problem: an overwhelming smell of sewage on the evening we were there. Noticed a sewer holding pond right behind campground. Not sure if that was the source but we had to keep all windows closed and AC on to block smell. Just horrible. Would never stay here again.

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The owners love this property and it shows. The planting and maintenance are absolutely first rate. We were told the owners planted 4,000 trees over the last 27 years, so the campground is beautiful. Flowers everywhere. Showers are sparkling clean. WiFi is strong. Verizon is 3-4G strength. Very friendly and engaged staff. One of the prettiest KOA sites we have ever stayed at. Our rate reflects water and electric only plus GS discount for a pull through. We would absolutely stay here again.

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Older campground with lots of trees and lakefront. Sites well spaced but tight for bigger rigs or with a towed. Restroom/shower building small and old. Clean but needs updating. Excellent off leash dog park. Weak WiFi and no 4G Verizon coverage.

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Very nice site (14) with large yard overlooking river. Restrooms and showers spotless and roomy. Only negative was shipbuilding yard across river...occasional manufacturing noises, but generally not a problem. Grocery store, hardware store, and laundromat 1 minute away. The best city park we have ever experienced. Would absolutely stay here again.

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Expensive but very pretty and nicely done resort. Sites have shade and grass. Biggest problem is too few showers and bathrooms for number of sites, otherwise would have rated higher. Wi-Fi slow but solid signal, cell service very spotty due to canyon walls. Our site (34) just barely long enough for our 30 foot rig and towed. Would stay again.

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Good stopping place for a night. Quite close to I-70. No shade but only a short walk to the Colorado River. Small but pretty deck behind office...best place for Wi-Fi connection. Dump station available. At 6400 feet gets nippy at night, even in mid July.

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Owners are super nice and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. Older park but well maintained. Very pet friendly. Some shade, sites level. Would stay here again.

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Would have rated higher but constant train whistles overnight interrupted sleep. Our site (B2) was near office so had decent Wi-Fi. Some sites had good shade, others were in the open. Very clean shower rooms and modern bathrooms. Nice pool that was used by many. A few miles from town but felt quite rural. Restaurant on site only served on weekends. Would stay again, but with earplugs for the trains.

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Very friendly and helpful staff. Had a sewer problem that was handled quickly. Site nicely shaded. Bathrooms clean but could use an upgrade. Only one dumpster made for long walk to get rid of trash. Very convenient for all points on western side of Door County. We would definitely stay here again.

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Beautiful park. Sites are well spaced so plenty of room. Lake is good for fishing. Walking trail around most of lake is great exercise. Our site was high up overlooking lake. Camp hosts keep the park clean and well-patrolled. Entrance gate to park closed after 10pm. Because it is a joint venture between the state and the Federal government all facilities are clean and modern. Stayed four nights. Would absolutely stay here again.