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Retired husband and wife with Aussie terrier and Jeep Rubicon toad. Long trips in the summer to escape the Vegas heat. Future plans include Canada, Alaska and the northern states.

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We've stayed at about 70 RV parks across the country and this is in the top 3. Nothing bad to say about this place. You come down a long driveway off of Highway 191 to a queuing area that makes checking in and unhooking if you choose very easy. Staff is very friendly. We stayed in the resort section with our 43 ft. motorhome and toad. Well worth the extra price. The roads are wide and paved. The sites are really large. Super flat concrete pads with huge patio and parking area. Nicely landscaped and great spacing between sites. The hookups were well placed, the water pressure was great, most sites have no trouble getting satellite, the WiFi was extremely good at all times of day and night and the cable tv has 68 channels, about a third of which are high definition. The restrooms are THE nicest we have ever seen at an RV park. I wish my home had bathrooms this will appointed. And always immaculate. The only noise comes from some wild animal out in the canyon that gets going at night. The pool is gorgeous. There's a lovely koi pond; also a small fishing pond and swimming pond. The setting is perfect, you feel like you're tucked back in a canyon. The starry nights are spectacular.

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One of the nicest KOA we have stayed at. Small, well laid out, very tidy and organized, level gravel sites, nice patios and grassy area, long pull through sites, good cable, nice bathrooms. Roads and access to sites a little tight. Utilities are inconvenient, at back of site and next to neighbor's patio. You'll need extensions if you have big rig with toad.

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Not a great park but satisfactory. Liked the location near Golden. Sites are mostly level. Restrooms were very clean and the toilet and shower areas were very spacious. No cable which was hard to believe for a city location. WiFi was at times pretty good and at times pretty bad. Because of the way they have utilities side by side, you end up in opposite directions from your neighbor and have to share your patio area. Hate that. Morning trash pick up at site was nice but then no opportunity to dispose of trash later in the day as they lock the dumpster. The management and their policies are a little snooty.

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The GPS will have you tuning before the RV park so beware. The park has a sign where the GPS is telling you to turn which tells you to go up the road another 400 feet which is helpful. RV park is tied to a small water park. RV park is vey small, maybe 30 sites, all back ins and a little tight navigating. Roads are paved and sites are level, narrow and gravel. Sites have grass and picnic tables. We got some rain one night and the left rear stabilizer jack sunk five inches into the ground. Restrooms are convenient and clean. Dumpster is way down the hill. Small uninviting pond. Quiet yet convenient to highways. Good satellite reception.

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This is a very nice RV park WAY off the beaten path. Out in the middle of the corn fields. Vey peaceful. Starry nights. Nice pond. Staff is very friendly. Long, level, spacious sites. Nice patio and picnic table with some grass. Utilities worked well. No Internet at sites. Restrooms were clean.

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What a great location right across the river from St. Louis with the Gateway Arch framed in the RV Park's background. There is a Metro (elevated train) stop in front of the casino that will take you downtown and near the Arch. Security will pick you up and take you there also, as well as to the casino, although it is an easy five minute walk from the RV park. If you drive to downtown, two quick turns and across the Eads Bridge and you'd there in five minutes. The RV park is not much more than an asphalt parking lot. I would have hated to be there in the summer. Asphalt roads, level asphalt sites and gravel patios area. No picnic tables. The right side of the park, where the larger sites were, is devoid of trees and grass. The left side has some trees and the end sites have some grass. We have parked near railroad tracks before and never been bothered. Not here. The tracks run ten feet form the back of the park and there must be a switching station or something nearby. Every night around 2 a.m. the noise, especially the whistles, was frightful. The bathrooms and laundry were very nice. You felt very safe, even though East St. Louis is a bit scary.

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This RV park is quite satisfactory. The location is about 1/3rd mile off I-70, easy to get to. The roads are gavel and easy to navigate. Big rig friendly. The sites are gavel, fairly spacious with nice patios. The utilities were fine. The restrooms were clean. They have a café serving breakfast and dinner, did not try though.

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A quite satisfactory place to crash overnight. No signage for KOA on frontage road, you worry you're turning into the EconoLodge but there is a road in front that takes you to the KOA. Very windy. Gravel roads and site but easy to navigate. Utilities worked fine, sites were spacious, grass has seen better days. Good satellite reception. Café on site serving breakfast and dinner, did not try. Restrooms wee clean.

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The website directions are vey helpful, our GPS wanted to take us to the amusement Pak entrance and not the RV park. Depending on there time of year, you will hear noise from the amusement park, mostly the screams as riders drop on the roller coaster. The RV park is vey nice. Concrete pads, grass, a nice and clean. Nice general store. The park is built on a slope and the sitters are tiered. The sites are not level but are long enough that you can find a petty level spot to park. Heat view of Kansas City in the distance and easy on and off the highway.

     

Pier-Lon Park

Medina, Ohio

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Don't let the Good Sam/Trailer Life rating scare you. This is a nice park and we're really not sure why it gets such a low rating. There is no cable but over the air channels are very good. Most sites are out in the open and provide good satellite reception. There is WiFi, but it's thru a third party provider with a daily charge. The water pressure isn't great. There was no cell service, at least with T-Mobile, which also piggy backs on ATT so thinking neither work. There is a pay phone by the office. The sites are level. The pull thrus have a long, narrow strip of gravel and the back ins are grass. Good separation with plenty of grass. Restrooms are o.k., everything works even if it doesn't look great. Nice laundromat. No pool but nicest swimming lake you'll ever see at an RV park. Huge grassy areas, playground, disc golf, horseshoes. Paved and gravel roads with plenty of room to maneuver. Rural setting with lots of back roads to take before getting on highway if heading for Cleveland. Staff super friendly.

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You must ask for site #263. You could hold a small concert on the patio side and because of the huge 100 foot long sites and the fact this site is facing opposite from the one next, your neighbor is way far away. They need another restroom on the bottom of the park, long walk to the restroom in the upper area. Restrooms were fine. Transients are mostly located in the bottom area in a wide open meadow with no shade but great satellite reception. Cell coverage spotty. WiFi was very good. Sites were level and gravel. Easy check in and wide roads. Small but nice pool. Friendly helpful staff. Would stay again.

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Just the perfect park. The only negative thing was we had mail and they forgot to put our name on the bulletin board letting us know. Beautiful facilities, beautiful landscaping, great restrooms, beautiful nature trails, wide paved roads, long paved level sites, very large grassy patio area with fire ring and picnic table, great WiFi and cable, good water pressure, some shade, lovely pool, trolley that comes around to take you to casino, trash cans at each site, nice general store, beautiful laundry. Check in area was a little tight for big rigs. Highly recommend and would love to stay here again.

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This RV park is terribly overpriced. We've stayed at 75 RV parks across the country and we never felt more robbed of our money. For $91 I was expecting to be overwhelmed. Not so. Only once have we paid more, $95 at Lake George, NY, which truly is a destination resort and was spectacular. We had a pull thru, advertized as 60 feet but ours was barely big enough to fit our 43 foot motorhome and the Jeep had to be parked on the grass. No cable. Internet was very spotty, sometimes working o.k., sometimes not at all but never great. Dusty gravel roads and pads. Flimsy water spigot with terrible water pressure. Many of the activities like zip line, canoe and laser tag cost extra. Now for the good things. The restrooms are very nice, with large showers, hot water and plenty of hooks. The sites are level. There is a nice grassy area on the patio side. Large pond with sandy beach and small but nice pool. Great location close to The Falls and Buffalo. Would not stay here again due to the price/value.

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Nice location about seven miles from Lake Winnie. Gravel roads a little tight. Gravel sites, mostly level. Very forested in back area, front area more open. Utilities very good. No satellite in back area, maybe a chance in front area. Cable was good. Can't remember the WiFi. Water pressure good. There was park construction while we were there and lots of tractors and dust. Long walk to bathrooms from back area. Bathrooms were nice. Staff was very helpful.

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This is a large, very nice, open RV park. Easy entrance and check in. Wide paved streets. Sites are grass and there are some pull thru spots in the front section, although not many. The sites are spacious and easy to get in and out of. The back section is mostly seasonal and units are very well kept. WiFi is free for a one hour block per day and you will likely need to go hang out around the office to get a good signal. Anything over an hour you have to pay for. Satellite reception is good at the pull thru sites in front, hit or miss elsewhere in the park. Sites are level and utilities worked well. Lots to do for the kids. Restrooms were clean but in desperate need of an overhaul. Staff was very friendly.