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Another nice KOA with great folks in the office. The park has a few garden walks and a nice dog run. There are a number of long-term residents but they are in their own corner of the park.

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Nice folks at the office. They were very helpful. Despite the rain and wet grounds the campground is lovely, but perhaps a bit pricey for location and amenities. There are clusters of campers spread around open space and treed areas. There is a small pond with paddle boats. Although there isn't a dog run there is plenty of space for walking dogs.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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Great folks in the office. The park is convenient to the highway and road noise wasn't terrible. We had light rain and the roads, sites and dog run were a bit muddy. We arrived at dusk and left at dawn so it's difficult to rate the park.

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This is not the usual overnight stop, but it worked for us. The folks were very nice and the resort is immaculate. Sites are flat, gravel with concrete patios. There is a shaded, gravel dog run that is quite spacious. The Tengo internet was not working while we were there. Most folks winter here. There are some park models but camp vehicles predominate.

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This is a lovely campground with flat sites on gravel. There are a few new plantings and rigs are fairly close. There is no grass. Landscaping consists of gravel and crushed red rock. There is no dog run, but they do have kennel facilities ($) if you are spending time at the Grand Canyon. The train station is within walking distance.

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I loved the campground. Sites are spread apart and are spacious and flat. The firepit had trash from a previous camper in it. There is no dog run, but there are places to walk dogs, although there are a lot of stickers. Cell phone reception was questionable.

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Lovely flat, grassy sites with adequate room. There is a two-acre fenced dog area. Trains to Silverton sound their horns around 8:30-9:00 AM and around 6:00 PM but otherwise all is quiet. There is extra parking as some sites are a bit tight for a rig and car. The only downside is that some campers don't realize they should not walk on other's campsite as a shortcut to their rig.

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Gravel sites, mostly flat, under trees, with adequate space. There is a community dog park - 3 fenced acres - within a short walking distance. Very pleasant.

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This is a tight campground where rigs are parked head to tail, sharing a small grassy area with picnic table and barbecue. (Smaller rigs have no grass and are parked conventionally.) Slides on drivers sides of neighboring coaches almost touch one another. There are a few gravel dog parks.

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Loved this family-run park! Sites were almost flat with gravel. There were plenty of trees, some which caused challenges for slides. However, the owner came out and trimmed trees for folks in our group. There isn't an enclosed dog run but there is plenty of grassy space for walking. Wifi is iffy.

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We were parked in the lower area. Sites are very large, flat and gravelled. There are only a few small trees. There is no enclosed dog run, but there are many areas to walk dogs.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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I love this small campground. The sites are treed and some are a bit close for slides. They have a small, clean dog enclosure with grass footing. You can walk to town easily from here. Wifi and cell phone work.

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Dirt sites with only 30 amp. Sites were relatively flat with adequate space. There is a huge area to walk dogs under the pines. No wifi and barely any cell phone reception.

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The owners and staff are very responsive and helpful. The park is clean and sites are flat with adequate space for slides. The wifi was out of service at our visit. The only area for walking dogs within the park is along a hay field.

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Sites are spread out. There is a lot of privacy some sites have picnic shelters. Grass was uncut except for a 1 foot swath around the paved parking pad. With slides out it meant you had to walk through the tall grass to access water and electric compartments.