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Stayed one night, and it is good for that purpose. Easy access from I-15 and the town of Dillon is nice. The pull-through site was long and did not require disconnecting. We were close to some train tracks which were used during the day, but were quiet at night. Good Wi-Fi.

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One of the nicest KOAs I have been in. Great location only 2 miles from the West Glacier park entrance. Great views of adjacent mountains. Long pull-through with picnic table and fire pit. Clean and neat. They also have a restaurant there, and ice cream parlor. The red bus will also pick you up at the park when it is operating. Nice people to deal with. The roads around the park were a bit dusty. Would like to see those blacktopped to control the dust. Stayed there a week, and enjoyed it. Will go back.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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A nice KOA with great access, long and wide pull-thru. Well kept and clean. Good WiFi. Some shade trees. Would stay here again when in the area.

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Pull-through sites are narrow, and some have a concrete curb added, which is useless and breaking up since many people run over it. Not well kept, and some sites are close to corralled horses, which give you the added aroma factor. Our site was open to a public road, no fence or barrier into the park. I also could not fully extend my cargo doors because of a concrete wall put in to manage the slope. It is an old an tired park.

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Park is not well kept. Reserved a pull-through, but sites 20-23 were not long enough to stay connected with the tow vehicle. Also, the sites were not level and the leveling system noted excessive slope. Almost had the rear wheels off the ground.

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Stayed one night on our way to Glacier Park. Easy access off of I-90. Long pull-through space. No cable, but clear satellite reception. We had no one next to us, however, the spaces have facing patios, so you and your neighbor would be sharing the same patio area. Picnic table provided. You can get some traffic noise off of I-90. Clean and neat. Well kept. Would stay here again.

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Stayed here one night. This park is marginal for being big rig friendly. Large trees and narrow roads make parking and getting in/out a challenge. There were ants at our site. We were close to the trash dumpster. They did come and put something down for the ants. The biggest problem for us was the traffic noise from Hwy 35. Very loud and it goes well into the night. Would not recommend this park.

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Reserved a pull-through for one night. I don't consider this park big rig friendly. Sites were close, and your patio area faced the person's patio area next to you. Ultimately had to disconnect the tow vehicle in the morning and back out of the pull-through site into the larger main street. I would have never made the turn with the vehicle attached into the smaller street in front of me. Also, the park is literally 100 ft from I-15. There can be lots of traffic noise if you are close to the park entrance area.

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Stayed here one night, and that was too much. Avoid this place if you can. Poorly run, grass sites with poor hook-ups. No facilities. Honestly, you would be better off staying in the parking lot of the visitors center across the road.

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Stayed here one night, and we wished we could have stayed longer. Great park. Nice people. Quiet place. Super long pull-through site was great. Nice shaded spots. No cable, so satellite reception could be difficult. Sites were wide and gravel parking with grass between sites. Private fishing lake that is stocked. No license needed. Close to the town where everything is available. Would stay here again.

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Stayed here on an overnighter. Nice park about 1.5 miles off the interstate, which was great for eliminating traffic noise. Site widths were good and level. Gravel parking with nice grass between sites. Office staff was great, and they took you to your site. Great play areas for children. The pool needed some work, it looked fairly worn. Would stay here again.

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Spent an overnight here, and that is about all you would want to spend here. All gravel sites and they are fairly narrow. Roads to get to the sites are also narrow. Not sure I would call this big rig friendly. If it rains, you will have mud. The park is adjacent to some horse stalls/corrals, and the smell can be overpowering if the wind is coming from that direction. The flies are all over the place, most likely from the horses. No pool or spa. There is a small play area for children, but that is right next to the horses. Some train noise north of the park. The people are friendly, and they have cooked meals available that you can order and have delivered to your site.

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This was the second time we stayed here. Great stop for overnight stays. Easy on/off and there is a great fuel stop here with easy access diesel. Also a great BBQ place for dinner. Sites are level and many have shade. Good cable, and Wi-Fi was OK. Nice people in office. The site could be a bit wider. It can be a bit close when everyone has their slides out. They do water the grass at night, so be sure to put things away that you don't want to get wet. Will stay here again.

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Stayed in the owners section. This area is not Class A only. Sites were nicely landscaped and site widths were good. All paved, and good placement of utilities. Plenty of room to park tow vehicle. Nice picnic table provided for use. Wi-Fi was generally good, however, it dropped twice while we were there, and owners had to reset it. There is a koi pond in the middle of the owners section which appeared to be a breading ground for mosquitoes. They made it difficult to sit out at night to enjoy the night sky. Also, there were many children at the pool who were unsupervised, which made adult enjoyment difficult. One person was hit in the head with a rubber football being thrown around. Trash bins seemed to fill up quickly to overflowing. Probably the nicest park in the area, and close to the national parks.

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Stayed here for three nights on our way back from Death Valley. An excellent park,very clean, friendly staff, and all streets and sites are paved. Great use of landscaping for site privacy. Excellent site widths. Close to the strip, but far enough away to get away from it when you want to. Only two small issues during our stay. First, the pool at the main clubhouse was not really heated. Too cool to use. The spa was heated nicely. Second, the Wi-Fi can be a bit of a pain. Cable was great. I would stay here again.