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Triple J RV Park, Russell, Kansas

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $37.00
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Campground is divided into two sections - south and north. These comments apply to the north section where we stayed. Access into the campground requires 3 quick turns coming in from the highway - it's going to look like you are turning into a gas station, but the 2nd turn is just before entering it to get onto the access road paralleling the highway. Once in the campground the interior roads are somewhat narrow gravel roads. Sites (in the north section) are very long (100' or so), level alternating pullthrus. This section looks to be pretty much an open field with a few young trees. Grass and a picnic table on a concrete slab between the sites on the patio side with reasonable spacing on both utility and patio sides. Pretty consistent highway noise during the day dying off somewhat in the evening, but unless your windows are open it is fairly low level background noise. It's about the best you can hope for being adjacent to the interstate. Power a touch low (114v under load), did not use other utilities. Campground wifi adequate signal with good speed; Verizon 3 bars with good speed; TMobile 3 bars with good speed. No problem with satellite access in north section of campground, may be site dependent in south section. No recycling on site and no obvious road bike riding. We'd stay here again for an overnight. We camped at Triple J RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Holiday RV Park, North Platte, Nebraska

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $33.00
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A campground that would probably be a very pleasant stay except for the location - right next to an off-ramp from the interstate. The good news is there aren't a lot of trucks taking the ramp and using their jakes to slow down. It is however a pretty much constant flow of trucks (less on the overnight) and the corresponding noise is noticeable even in the back of the campground with the windows all closed. Asphalt entry road with a u-turn for those coming from the US 83 exit - big rigs will need the entire width to make the turn. Interior access roads and the sites are gravel. Access roads are just a bit over a single lane. Sites are somewhat close together and mostly level. Sites barely long enough for a 44' with toad (we had to disconnect, but only because we have an additional 4 ft or so off the back of the toad for a bike rack). Grass and a picnic table between the sites and lots of trees around the campground. Site selection is pretty much a free for all when arriving before 4pm so reserving a specific site (e.g. to ensure satellite access) is problematic. Depending upon the row, departure is either a straight shot back out to the main road or a return through the main entry road including the u-turn. Power ok, water low (40psi static, 30psi flowing), sewer not threaded (needs donut for seal). Campground wifi good signal and good speed (except of course in the early to mid-evening when it gets rather sluggish); Verizon 4 bars with good speed (again except for the evenings); no TMobile service. Satellite access is highly dependent upon the site. No recycling on site and no obvious road bike riding. We might stay here again, but would probably look for something further away from the highway unless it was just an overnight stop. We camped at Holiday RV Park in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 43
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Fishberry Campground, Valentine, Nebraska

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $30.00
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A very nice setting for this campground surrounded by the rolling pastures of a working ranch and distant cattle. Quiet except for the truck traffic on the highway which is light, but fairly consistent, during the day and continues into the late evening. A lane and a half gravel entrance road leading to single lane interior gravel access roads. Sites are mostly long, alternating pullthrus (shared utility pedestals). Sites are a mix of gravel and some kind of low lying ground cover and are mostly level. Campground was mostly empty so it was hard to judge site separation, but it looked like it would be very close on the utility side and barely adequate separation on the patio side with rigs on both sides. Trees were scattered around the campground and picnic tables were at each site. Power ok, did not use other utilities. Campground wifi had moderate signal and good speed dropping to adequate in the evening (but only 3 rigs in the campground); Verizon 4 bars, good speed; TMobile 3 bars, did not check speed. No problem with satellite access. No recycling on site and no obvious road bike riding. We would stay here again for an overnight and perhaps longer. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.

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Sleepy Hollow RV Park, Wall, South Dakota

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $36.00
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A very quiet campground with occasional train traffic (averaged one or two per day) with some whistle blowing. Overall not really objectionable, but noticeable to a light sleeper. Main entrance road is gravel and a somewhat narrow two lanes. Gravel access roads in the interior (mostly single lane) with somewhat level gravel sites that could use a bit more gravel in places. Perhaps a bit smaller than typical site separation with struggling grass between the sites and a picnic table. Trees all around the perimeter of the campground along with some trees within the campground. Some puddling after a rainstorm, but no mud. Big rigs need to use extra caution on departure due to narrow access roads combined with utilities at the rear of the site across the road. It may be difficult to stay on the gravel making the turn out of the site. Power ok, water ok (70 psi), sewer ok. All utilities are towards the back of the site. Campground wifi had good signal and speed (but the campground was mostly empty at the time); Verizon 5 bars, good speed; TMobile 3 bars, good speed. No problem with satellite access except perhaps in parts of the A (southernmost) row. No recycling on site. Ok road bike riding around the town. We would stay here again when in the area. We camped at Sleepy Hollow RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 172
States Visited: 43
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Elkhorn Ridge RV Resort & Cabins, Spearfish, South Dakota

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $31.00
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A mostly quiet campground out in the countryside between Spearfish and Sturgis. There is noticeable truck noise during the weekdays on US 85 (there's a quarry a few miles south of the campground). Good width on the asphalt access roads. Sites are mostly level concrete pads with asphalt entry and exit. Generous spacing between sites filled with grass and relatively young trees. Each site includes a picnic table on a concrete pad. Power ok, water great (110 psi), sewer ok. Note the utilities are right up against the edge of the concrete parking pad. Given the closeness of the utilities, big rigs should use extra care getting in as the concrete pad is only about 10' wide. Wifi is problematic. The campground wifi has decent signal with speed ranging from adequate to very poor (slower in the early to mid evenings as usual). Verizon was 2-3 bars with speed ranging from good to abysmal (again slow in the evening). What makes the wifi problematic is that these performance levels were with the campground only 10% to 20% full. TMobile was unavailable. No problem with satellite access, although this may change in 10 years or so as the trees mature. Cardboard recycling on site (only 1 container just north of the office). Good road bike riding within the campground and pretty decent along the shoulders of US 85 heading south from the campground. We would stay here again when in the area. We camped at Elkhorn Ridge RV Resort & Cabins in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 172
States Visited: 43
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North Park Campground, Dickinson, North Dakota

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $30.00
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This is a combination mobile home park, long term rv park, and short term rv park. Comments apply to the short term area. Dirt access roads, dirt sites with a minimal scattering of gravel. Sites somewhat level. Very long pullthrus are alternating direction so patio area is shared. Very close together - a small grassy area barely wide enough for a picnic table running parallel to the sites with a narrow concrete walkway on each side is all that separates two sites. Two adjacent rigs could not both put out their awnings. Some of the narrowest sites we've seen outside of Florida. Except for the walkway and grass area, it gets extremely muddy after a rain so it is nearly impossible to keep mud out of the rig. A large amount of gravel would be a huge improvement on appearance and livability not only by dealing with the mud, but by adding usable outdoor space in front and back of the rig. Power ok, water ok, sewer ok. Campground wifi good signal with adequate to sluggish speed. Verizon 3 bars, did not check speed. Tmobile signal varied from non existent to 1 bar, did not check speed. No recycle on site. Road bike riding in the neighborhood. This would have been a 7 except for the mud problem. We will probably not stay here again unless they address their mud issues. We camped at North Park Campground in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 43
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Fox Run RV Park, Williston, North Dakota

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $35.00
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Somewhat shabby campground from the oil boom days. Basically an open field with gravel / dirt access roads (still somewhat muddy and puddled in places 3 days after a heavy rain). Sites are large river rock over dirt and rather uneven and somewhat close together. Very little struggling grass between the sites. No shade and very dusty. Mainly setup for long term stays, but they will do an overnight stay. Power ok (but did not put a load on it). Did not use other utilities. Strong campground wifi signal with good speed. Verizon 3 bars, did not check speed. No TMobile service. No recycling on site and no obvious road bike riding opportunities. We'll stay at the Walmart next time we're in the area. We camped at Fox Run RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 172
States Visited: 43
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Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs, Saco, Montana

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $34.00
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A relatively new, work in progress campground. Very quiet - almost zero highway or train noise - and very dark (nice views of the milky way). The access roads and sites are a heavy layer of river gravel over dirt. Access roads are a decent size. The gravel is not packed down yet in the sites so it is very loose and may require jack pads. Sites have a lot of loose gravel that is significantly crowned so side-to-side leveling is highly dependent on positioning within the site. Our site sloped towards the front, but not so much that we couldn't level although we did have to pull out our extra step. Adequate site width with struggling grass, picnic table, and fire ring. Some sites have shade (mainly the backins) while others are entirely in the sun (the pullthrus). Power ok, water pressure low (40psi static, 34 psi flowing) - slight metallic smell, sewer ok (but slight sewer smell after heavy rains). No campground wifi. Verizon 4 bars with good speed. No TMobile service. No recycling on site (aluminum can recycle in the town of Malta). Possible road bike riding along the shoulders of US 2. We would probably stay here again. We camped at Sleeping Buffalo Hot Springs in a Motorhome.

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Power Hookups
30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Review Count: 172
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Hansen Family Campground and Storage, LLC, Havre, Montana

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $35.00
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A mostly quiet campground in a field nestled between US 2 and the train tracks on the north and some low rolling hills to the south. Highway noise non-existent, but many trains - half dozen overnight (no horns and moving rather quickly). Gravel access roads with gravel pullthrus that are mostly level. Very struggling grass and some very young trees (no shade for at least 10 years). Power OK, did not use other utilities. Campground wifi good signal and speed (however campground was mostly empty). Verizon 5 bars, did not check speed. No TMobile service. No issues with satellite access. Aluminum can and plastic recycle on site. No obvious road bike riding adjacent to the campground - perhaps along the shoulders of US 2. We will stay here again. We camped at Hansen Family Campground and Storage, LLC in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 43
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Trails West RV Park, Shelby, Montana

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $31.00
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A small, worn campground just off US 2 (behind the Best Western) Checkin is at the Best Western. Gravel access roads pretty much single lane and a bit narrow for a big rig backing into a site. Somewhat level gravel sites - mix of backin and pull through. Sites are relatively close together. Struggling grass with significant amounts of dog poop between the sites. Big rigs with a toad have to disconnect even for the pull throughs to fit (max site length is 60'). Power ok, did not use the other utilities. Campground wifi good signal strength and speed. Verizon 4 bars, did not check speed. No TMobile signal. No problems with satellite access. We will look elsewhere next time. We camped at Trails West RV Park in a Motorhome.

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West Glacier KOA, West Glacier, Montana

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $69.00
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Probably the best KOA we've ever been to and in the top ranks of all the campgrounds we've been to. Set off from the highway in a clearing in the woods far enough to eliminate any highway noise with only the occasional faint distant train horn. Halfmoon Flats road coming in from highway is somewhat twisty with some relatively blind curves. Inside the campground the access roads are a mix of asphalt (only close to the entrance) and gravel. Roads are a lane and a half wide so problematic for two rigs passing. Sites are level gravel and decent length and width. Gravel patio area with fire pit, benches and picnic table. Then grass all around the site with good separation between the sites. Scattered trees within the campground provide some shade and in some cases will interfere with satellite access. Power was a bit low (109v) when we arrived (the park was full), it was better later when the park was empty. Water pressure was a bit low (50 psi static, but only 35psi flowing). Sewer was ok. Campground wifi had good signal (perhaps influenced by an antenna in our site). Speed varied from adequate to sluggish when the campground was full to quite decent when the campground was near empty. Verizon was 4 bars with speed ranging from adequate to abysmal (the fire camp and helibase were right next door and thus on the same tower). No TMobile signal. Recycling consisted of 3 small trash cans - glass, plastic, aluminum - somewhat out of sight behind the office. Apgar visitor center had a large recycle setup for plastic, paper, and cardboard. Nice paved road bike trail running parallel to US 2 - about a 10 mile round trip into the park. We will stay here again. We camped at West Glacier KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 172
States Visited: 43
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Dick's RV Park, Great Falls, Montana

Date of Stay: August, 2017 - $41.00
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An older campground. Relatively quiet given its location next to a major highway. There was noticeable road noise during the day and a single, very loud train late afternoon. Approaching the campground, there is 14' clearance under the railroad bridge. Inside the campground, wide asphalt access roads with a few trees that need trimming for taller rigs. Mostly level gravel sites with decent spacing between sites. Grass between the sties and picnic tables on the site. Power ok, did not use other utilities. Satellite access ok in most sites. Campground wifi had decent signal, but unusable speed. Verizon was 5 bars with good speed. TMobile was highly variable ranging from no service to 3 bars (mostly around 2 bars), did not check speed. No recycle on site. Probably ok road bike riding in neighborhood We would overnight here again. We camped at Dick's RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Billings KOA, Billings, Montana

Date of Stay: August, 2017 - $75.00
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A very nice campground, but an obviously older one (pre big rigs and slideouts). Extremely well maintained. Main entrance road is wide asphalt, interior roads are relatively narrow (mostly single lane) asphalt that are used for two way traffic. Sites are level gravel with very lush grass between the sites. Sites had picnic tables (some unmovable), swings, fire pit. Lots of shade so satellite access may be problematic. The campground can be used by big rigs (we got in and out), but is not big rig friendly. The trees are not trimmed for taller rigs, turns are somewhat tight in places with some scraping from trees on the inside of the turns likely. The access roads are narrow and mostly two way with no provision for passing - someone will have to back up (even rig v. car, much less two rigs). There are some painted arrows on the ground in places, but they were routinely ignored. The sites with the unmovable picnic tables can make parking very difficult to use for a big rig - ours was right up against the parking area. We had to park diagonally in the site with front of the rig on the extreme left and the back on the extreme right of the site. Otherwise, access to our basement was impossible and the front slide on the patio side could not be extended. Campground personnel refused to move the table. Power ok, water ok, sewer ok. Satellite access was not a problem, but it might be for some sites. Campground wifi was adequate as was Verizon. We did try the hot tubs and found them to be rather scuzzy and bug infested due to the white lights. No recycling on site. OK road bike riding within the campground and there is a paved trail about a mile down the street from the entrance. We would probably stay here again, but we would at least re-examine the alternatives first. This is primarily due to the big rig issues noted above. Smaller rigs would have no problem with this campground and if we were in a smaller rig, we would stay here again. We camped at Billings KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 172
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Buffalo KOA , Buffalo, Wyoming

Date of Stay: August, 2017 - $47.00
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A pretty typical KOA. Gravel access roads were a lane and a half. Gravel sites with somewhat struggling grass between the sites. A fair amount of shade from all the trees. Power ok even under load, did not use other utilities. Campground wifi good signal with adequate speed. Verizon 5 bars, very good speed. No TMobile service. Satellite access is very site dependent unless using a portable antenna. Full recycle (sorted) on site, possible road bike riding on highway outside campground. We would overnight here again, perhaps staying a few days. We camped at Buffalo KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 172
States Visited: 43
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Douglas KOA, Douglas, Wyoming

Date of Stay: August, 2017 - $31.00
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One of the nicer KOAs we've stayed at. Very quiet even when jammed full for the eclipse. Some daytime road noise from I-25. Asphalt and gravel for access roads. Main exit road has trees overlapping well into road, big rigs will need most of the exit road to avoid. Good sized gravel sites are mostly level. Gravel patios, small square of grass, some with trees, picnic table. Not a lot of shade. Power ok, water ok (60psi, but dropped off under load), sewer ok but back at end of site (we needed 20+ feet of hose to reach). Campground wifi had decent signal and widely varying speeds from adequate (campground 1/4 full) to multi-minute page loads (for several hours after the eclipse). Verizon 2-3 bars with speeds ranging from adequate to non existent. No Tmobile service. Sat access generally not an issue. Soda can recycle on site. Relatively lightly used highway outside campground for road bike riding, but no shoulders. We will stay here again. We camped at Douglas KOA in a Motorhome.

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