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Although we don't consider this a resort, it gets an excellent rating because of outstanding service.Management went out of her way to help us adjust our schedule. The pull through sites are very large & on grass, level, also excellent. Laundry room clean, grass fenced dog area perfect & well maintained. The whole park is very well maintained, yes some full timers but clean & pretty quiet even with quads.

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This is an older place overlooking the river. You can get a site on the grass which looks right at the river, I think they are a bit more in cost. You drive straight down to the site, it is not a back in, depending on your length (5th wheel only) you may not have to unhook. You have to unhook if you have a tow so you can back out and turn around your rig when leaving. The sites at the motel/office are on asphalt/gravel and nothing special. We chose the grass site #8, beautiful views and luckily there was no one on either side of us because it would have been very close. I did use the laundry room 6 washers, 3 worked...5 dryers, 2 worked. I did use the shower, not good, very very old and small stall in the bathroom (individual), mine had a hole in the plastic wall with a "band aid" on it saying ouch! Septic smells were around in laundry/bath area. We stayed for 2 nights to rest up before heading home. It was nice to sit out on the grass and dogs enjoyed it. There are sites being used by full timers. Staff was nice, no wifi unless up top by office, we used the wifi at the campground next door which was very spotty, TV on antenna. Bring your mosquito spray, they and the gnats are in full force at dusk.

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This is not an "oasis" by any means, it is right off the freeway with no noise. It is old but sufficient for one quick overnight stay. Staff very nice, reasonable rate. Parking sites are tandem, so if you want a pull through without unhooking you need to call in advance as they are giving up the space behind, (i.e. we were in 6, 7 was behind us). Kind of a spooky neighborhood, walked the dogs down the street to grass at the school, wouldn't go any further, houses are in poor condition and it's a sad sight to see this town. Not even sure if they had bathrooms or showers available, weird set up and some full timers.

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The price was for 7 nights, the sites are very close together, includes a fire pit & table. Rig parking is back in on all sites, room enough in front or on the side for tow or truck. DG (dirt) is the parking area so bring your mats, there is grass in the back of the sites with trees (narrow strips). The staff are all very nice, there is constant cleanup and maintenance going on. Lots of poop bags available and the nice thing is most everyone cleans up after their dogs. They do need to put in a nice fenced dog park area, but the resort has 400 crammed in sites so I don't know how this would be accomplished. The restaurant on site is very good with service on the patio allowing dogs. This was our 2nd trip and we will be back.

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TRAINS, TRAINS and more TRAINS!!! OMG up all night because they blow their horns all through town, there was a freight train every hour on the hour, don't stay here if you want sleep and have your window open. The dog park are is ok and large. I made reservations about 3 weeks in advance online, when we arrived the owner said the space she had put us in would not be long enough to stay hooked up with our tow......I had specified this when making the reservation. She moved us to an area by the storage and said we could "hang out" a bit.....so be aware that if you have a 32'+ RV w/tow it's a bit tight to fit in their pull thru's without unhooking. Glad we didn't get there after hours...don't know what we would have done. The grounds do have grass, some areas need to get "finished" with construction. The full timers are fairly clean, but glad we weren't staying a longer than a night.

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Site sizes vary, we had #12 which fit our 32' RV just fine, hook up in a good spot & good space for our tow, all back ins. Make sure you look at the site map on the SLO web site when you make your reservation, price does not include a $9 reservation fee. Cons: come self contained unless you want to use pay for showers and restrooms which are open to the public, we didn't use them or even look in them. Speaking of the public, we had to call 911 one early evening because of a lurker near the bathroom, he was a homeless guy who was talking to himself for over an hour. The park across the street is nice, except for the creepy people who park there all day (have to leave by 6pm) and the homeless who hang out by the kids park & picnic tables. We walked our dogs a lot over there because there isn't any place in the campground, so forget going there after sun sets. There was a crew cleaning the bathrooms every day and cleaning up the area. Dirt, so bring your mats, fire pits, picnic table and not too bad for some of the sites re privacy rig parking is asphalt....stay away from the sites closest to the street...there is a wood bridge that is really loud when cars are driven over it, pretty quiet at night. You are suppose to check in first at another campground even though there is a host, read your instructions after booking. DO NOT go there first as there is no where to park your rig/tow, unhook at the campground then drive over there to get a parking sticker for your vehicle. We had to unhook when we got to the other campground in order to get our vehicles out and around, it's a joke!

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Very nice owners. Appeared that bath/showers were still being redone so didn't use them. Laundry was adequate. Sites close, dirt, grass with a table next to each site. Town of Glendale is pretty run down, lots of junk in yards. No dog facilities, nice shaded grass area by entry sign.

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Lovely place, prices & sites vary if you have a big rig, pick M or U. These have wider space between. P sites next best, then D. F are back in, gravel. Great grass dog area, lots of poop bags all around. Staff very wiling to please & helpful. Baths-showers clean & roomy. Laundry good, wifi good, cable TV lots of channels could have better reception. Sites have grass with nice tables. Make reservations early. No shade trees.

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Over all nice park with good shade & trees. Men's bath out of order so didn't use facilities. Laundry was fine. Sites are close together & not long enough to keep toad hooked up, very busy with off roaders & long 5th wheels. Hard to maneuver when leaving. Neighborhood is run down. Staff very accommodating, cable TV was good, so was wi-fi. Dog area better than not. Grass next to site, hookups ok, crappy table.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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This is a very nice park, did the pay for six stay seven nights. Park is very clean, restrooms/showers are very clean too. Good fenced dog area, which we used a lot. Two negatives; our site #16 was closest to the road, lots of road noise for such a small town, good privacy though. We seemed to have a problem with the water pressure, maybe the spigot was not working right or the pressure went low. Not that big of a deal. Staff was very friendly and laundry was easy, clean.

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We've used this place before for an overnight stay. The price has gone up since 2 years ago. Decent pull-thru space, close sites (side by side). There seems to be more full/part timers than last time. There are 2 dog areas, just ok, but fenced. It seems even with bags and shovel provided people do not clean up after their pets-disappointing! No signage on main highway. Nice friendly staff, wifi worked fine, didn't use TV.

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Beautiful spot and views of Lake Powell, we were in Loop C and had full hookups and great views out the front window of RV (back-in). Couple reasons we are not giving a 10; first the showers are only located in the main office area and they charge for them. There are no showers in the loops, there are bathrooms which are conveniently located in each loop. We used our RV for showers for the 8 nights we stayed here, this means dumping the rig more frequently. Loop C is a long walk to the laundry, showers, and office/ store but the advantage was being up high in order to take in the views. The sites in this loop were huge and pretty private. If you are into views you don't want a pull-through that is facing the wrong way for putting your chairs out. The second issue is no TV (unless you bring your own satellite). Not a big deal but you'd think this park would have cable. The only thing we missed was news and although we could look on the computer the Wi-Fi was sketchy most of the time (third issue). Fourth issue is not being assigned a site when you make the reservation. On the last 3 nights we were here a huge group of teens came for the group camp which ends up being just above Loop C. Noise wasn't too bad but did get a bit irritated when they took short cuts through the camp sites to get to the showers & store. Laundry was fairly clean and reasonable cost for use. You can use the facilities (pool, etc) at the hotel. You do have to pay a park entrance fee coming into the park (each trip)...so suggest you buy a $10 senior pass for life. As previously stated there are lots of places to see around the area and we would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice park w/very wide spaces, 2 rows of drive on grass sites, the end rows had back in w/concrete pad & backs up to other RV campgrounds on either side. We were in site A27 which is a bit more costly because it is at the very end & has a great river view with lots of grass & privacy. Very nice managers, laundry room was clean & pretty inexpensive. The reason it didn't get a 10 is because of lousy WiFi at our site and they charge for it ($1 day, but discounted to .50 appreciated). They also charge for electric based on meter reading for this site, some of the others are $7 a day. They have free cable TV; however it's via a box which you have to connect inside. If you don't have satellite or easy access to the back of your TV be prepared & have lots of length of cable to run from the pole to your RV ($60 deposit for box). My husband said the men's bath was clean, the women's not so great, 2 shower stalls, the curtains need to be replaced & one of the floors is in sorry shape, I give the bathrooms a 4. The park is Very dog friendly so that's a 10 for us. Looked like the best place compared to the others we saw.

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This is a nice place for a quick overnight stop. There are long pull-through sites and you don't have to unhook your tow. The place was only occupied by us and one other. It's gravel and level, easy hookups, some trees, large plants on the sides. Laundry was older but nice, plenty of washers, bath was old but clean, shower stalls were small. Manager nice guy only been there 2 months. All the stores in front are closed. Gas across the highway, easy access and good prices. There is also a store. You can stop here and save a few $ instead of doing Beatty. Free good Wi-Fi, no TV.

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Decent and pretty clean, sites are close together. A bit of grass on the side with a table on concrete pad. Room for pull through, easy hookups. Used the laundry, could be cleaned and swept more frequently. Baths were fairly clean, small shower areas. Wi-Fi was free and worked, at the time we were there TV service was out. This is not a large park and there are some full timers in the back in sites, not an issue. If you take an end unit close to the street there will be traffic noise from Main Street. Good street tacos at a hole in the wall place a few blocks down on Main St.-order window/no restaurant inside: Jehova es mi Pastor e Taco.