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We were recently on a long trip to California, and needed a place to spend the night to finish the last leg home back to Colorado. Reservation process was smooth by phone, and check-in process worked fine. We requested a long pull thru site so we didn't have to unhook, and we got a site that was exactly what we asked for. There was a little confusion when we drove to the site, as wasn't sure exactly which site was ours. But that could have been due to be tired after driving all day! Nice pull thru site, gravel, plenty long enough. We only used the 50 amp service, didn't hook up water and sewer since it was such a short stay. All worked ok. Took advantage of the pool, which was perfect on a hot day. The bathrooms were clean, but one set of bathrooms happened to be closed while we were there for maintenance. Wi-fi was just OK, but that is the way it is at most places. Would definitely stay here again, as park was extremely well maintained, clean,and easy to get to from the interstate.

     

Ely KOA

Ely, Nevada

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Making reservations at KOA's is always easy, especially to do online. Check-in process was very smooth, and the property was easy to find. Right off one of the highways in the area. Interior roads were easy to navigate, and the pull-thru site was side enough for slides on both side,very level. Our particular space was all gravel (fine with us). The utilities worked fine, used 50 amp service, water and sewer. All hook-ups worked. We did use the antenna, and were only able to get a couple channels. Wi-fi didn't work great, but it unusual to find a property where it does work good. But got OK reception from my AT&T phone. Park was extremely clean, well-maintained, including the restrooms and showers. Would definitely stay here again.

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We recently stayed here for a night on our way to Yosemite National Park. Very pleased with the park, easy to make reservations, received an email confirmation. Park was easy to find, check-in was flawless. We needed a long space, as we didn't want to unhook for the night; and they gave us the perfect place. Site was fairly level. They told us in advance we may hear some road noise, as it was close to the highway. It didn't seem very noisy at all. While we were there, we took advantage of the swimming pool, very enjoyable way to cool off on a hot summer day. The electric service worked fine; since we were only there for a night we didn't use the sewer or water or wi-fi. Interior roads were easy to navigate. A plus is that they have a gas station on-site, which made it easy for us to fill up the next morning. Would definitely stay here again.

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Reservation process was smooth, although they only take phone reservations; and I didn't receive any type of email confirmation. Check-in was smooth, even though we were early in the day; and the park is easy to find; right off the main road. The sites are very narrow, and it took some maneuvering to get our fifth wheel positioned so we could open both slides. Another 4 to 6 feet would have been nice. The park is extremely well maintained, very neat and clean and all utilities worked find including good wi-fi. Our only dissatisfaction was how narrow the sites are, and some of the sites had nice big trees; but they made it even tougher to get into them. Roads in the park were easy to navigate. Also, even though it is close to the main road, we didn't hear any road noise. Restrooms were very well maintained, always clean. If you are in the area, make sure and go to Devil's Postpile National Monument and to the Ancient Bristlecone Forest; both are worth visiting. We would stay here again. We were there in a 37' fifth wheel.

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We recently stayed here, we were in a 37' fifth wheel with 3 slides. Reservation process worked smoothly. We arrived during their lunch hour, and the office closes during lunch. But they had our information posted right on the front door. Location was easy to find, but if you are driving a larger unit, roads are very curvy and narrow. Postings on the road that units over a certain size aren't advised on the roads. Our site was great, very private, fairly level. Water, electricity, and sewer all worked ok. Our particular site had large flowering trees around it, which were great for privacy, but also seemed to attract many, many bees. No big deal for us, but if you a concern about bees, you may want to note that when you make your reservations. Even though the RV park is closed to the highway, we didn't seem to hear any road noise. There is a pool on site, small but adequate for a quick dip. No hot tub. We didn't use the wi-fi very much, but had ok reception with our AT&T cell phones. Many attractions in the area, including caves, state parks, and many wineries. Also, if you are up for a long day trip, can get to the west entrance of Yosemite. Bathrooms were ok, nothing special, but they were clean. It does seem to be an older park, roads are narrower, but the privacy of many of the sites can't be beat.

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We chose to stay at Sequoia RV Ranch, as it was close to Sequoia National Park. Reservation process was easy, and the web site made a point of giving good directions to the park. (Always appreciate any extra details on finding the park.) Check in location was easy to find, and check-in went fine. We had requested a pull thru, as we have a longer 5th wheel, and we knew in advance that the site we requested only had 30 amp service. The site was easy to pull into. When we checked in, we were advised that there was an issue with the water, and they suggested we boil any drinking water. Since we always carry extra drinking water with us, it wasn't an issue. But if we were there for a longer stay, we probably would have needed more drinking water. Site was fairly level, 30 amp service was consistent. The site we had did not have sewer, but there was a dump station. The bathroom facilities were ok, nothing special, more bare bones than many parks we have stayed at, and the showers required quarters. The downside of the bathrooms is that they are nestled in between a section that is full of permanent mobile park residents, not RV residents. Felt a little strange to me. The special feature of the Ranch, is that it is next to a creek, they called the swimming hole. Easy flowing stream, not too deep, perfect for an afternoon dip on a hot sunny day. We took advantage of it on several hot days. Used the laundry facility while we were there, only 2 washers and dryers. Again, bare-bones. They did offer wi-fi, but it didn't work very well. We did get good reception on our ATT phone. Since our main objective was to be close to the National Park, it met our goals. But if we were in the area again, we would probably check out additional options.

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Pros: Easy to get to from the interstate, reservation process was good, Nice sites in the back of the park, level sites, nice grassy patch for each site, shade trees, electric and water worked fine, sites weren't that narrow, internal roads were O.K. for a larger rig. We would stay here again. Cons: Signage for main check-in area isn't very good, Noise from the interstate (although it wasn't bad), no cable (but antenna picked up quite a few local stations), showers and restrooms weren't that clean, wi-fi didn't work very well (but I did get reception from my AT & T cell phone) Tips: Get a site in the back of the park as then you don't hear the interstate noise as much.

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Pros; Perfect if you are going to Little Bighorn Battefield, large sites, easy to find, water, electric and sewer worked fine, nice pull thru sites, check in and reservations went smoothly, (although they don't send out any type of email confirmations), check-in staff was friendly Cons: It is remote, but it was perfect for us to go to the Battlefield, also, wish they had a pool and or hot tub. Would stay here again. We camped in a 36 fifth wheel.

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Pros: Good location, we stayed in the newer section, nice clean bathrooms, setting was beautiful, no problems with the water and electric, easy to drive a larger rig into out campsite, always love that KOA helps get us to our site, breakfast was good, ice cream shop in the evening was a plus. If we were in the area again, we would stay here again. Cons: Could use an additional swimming pool and hot tubs, as they were always crowded, laundry seemed pricey, there was construction going on, wi-fi was intermintent but did get service from ATT, would have been nice to have had cable but we were able to pick up a couple of stations with our antenna. We camped in a 36' fifth wheel.

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We recently stayed here for 5 nights in a 36' 5th wheel. Here's the pros: Very pretty area, easy to find, many sites had views of the water, restrooms were very clean and centrally located. There were kayaks and rentals available to rent, although we didn't use them. Here's the cons: It can be hard to navigate and park for larger rigs, as many of the sites had large boulders/rocks next to the roads and driveways, which made backing into the sites more challenging. If you have a larger rig, be careful on the sites you pick out and they aren't very easy to get into. Tip: Also be careful if you have AT&T for your cell phone provider, as it looks like you have cell phone service there but you are "off network" so you may incur additional charges or go over your "off network" allotted usage.

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Recently stayed here for 6 nights. Here are the pros: Easy to find, close to downtown Williams and local restaurants walking distance, clean restrooms and showers, larger RV spaces, friendly helpful staff, easy check-in progress. Used the laundry room while we there, worked OK, although there weren't that many machines Here are the cons: Entire area is a large asphalt lot, with some small grass/rock spots, close to the train so train noise may bother some people, Wi-Fi didn't work, no shade, could only get a couple of stations on the cable. If you are mainly going to do activities in Flagstaff, you may want to stay closer to Flagstaff.

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Just finished a 2 week trip to Texas in our 5th wheel, and on our way back home we stayed in this park. We really just need a place for the evening to hook up, eat dinner, and get ready to leave again in the morning. Centrally located in Clayton, easy to find from the highway, Wi-Fi and electric worked well, bathrooms were clean, easy to navigate park, staff was friendly and made the check-in quick and fast. For a quick overnight stay it was perfect. If we needed to stay in the area again for a night, we would stay here again. Everything in the park looked a little worn, it looked like not much maintenance had been done for awhile. No cable TV.

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Just finished a 2 week trip to Texas in our 5th wheel, and this was one of our favorite RV parks. Here's the pros: Centrally located in Fredericksburg, easy layout of the park with good pull through spots, Wi-Fi worked, small picnic tables by each spot, good bathrooms (very clean and well kept up), cable worked well, staff was good, check-in was easy, no long-term residents in the park. Here's the cons: There really weren't any. The only thing that would have made it better was a little larger spaces. I would give it a 9 out of a 10, and the only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that I don't give out 10s unless something was exceptional.

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Pros: Good location, clean restrooms, clean showers, good service, level lots, Wi-Fi worked well, all services worked well. Cons: Nothing major we didn't like. Would definitely stay here again. Our rig is 36' long.

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Pros: Clean bathrooms and showers, nice laundry room, level sites, nice picnic tables, good Wi-Fi, close to beaches and restaurants, check-in was smooth, office helpful with extra quarters for laundry, nice laundry area, easy to find location. Cons: Tighter camp sites, hard to get in/out with a bigger rig, also there seemed to be many full-time residents which detracted a little bit from the feel of the park. The weather was cooler and windy while we were there, so weren't able to try out the pool and didn't use the hot tub.