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We are not sure this is a place to stay for even one night. Arrived in afternoon, and no one was there. Office was closed and sign said they would be back later. No one showed until early evening. The roads in the park are un-kept. The main road into the park is uneven gravel. Weeds are 2 feet tall. Half of the sites are taped off because something is wrong with the electric. Very few 50amp sites. They advertise 70ft pull-thru's, but my motorhome and dinghy run 60ft, and we took up all the space. You will get noise from Hwy 89. No cable and Wi-Fi was marginal. Drive past this place and keep on moving!!

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Probably the best park around Flagstaff. Clean and neat. All gravel sites, some are more level than others. You do get some traffic noise from Hwy 89. They do have some pull-thru's which did accommodate the motorhome towing a dinghy. We did not have to disconnect for our one night stay. Good cable and decent Wi-Fi. This place is always full. Need to make a reservation well in advance.

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Just off of I-215, so you get highway noise, and noise from what sounds like a dirt bike track south of the park. We stayed in an Executive Site, pull-thru. Plenty long enough 70 feet, but the sewer connection is at least 30 feet from the service bay. We had to do a make-shift connection to reach the sewer. Really bad planning on that. Otherwise, the park has the new style pedestals that have water, electric and cable combined. Wi-Fi is bad, and hard to connect to. Cable is good and there are plenty of stations available. No tall trees, so satellite reception is good. No shade, all sun, so it can be hot. We used A/C all the time.

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Nice park, clean and well landscaped. Avoid the pull-through sites that are on the end of streets, they usually have trash bins next to them, and people bang the bear proof door all day and into the evening. They water the grass daily, and the sprinklers sprayed water on our coach. The cable was terrible. Very few channels, and ours was snowy. Satellite reception can be blocked by trees, ours was OK. Good Wi-Fi. Good walking distance to the town of West Yellowstone. Plenty of restaurants and stores. Only about a mile from west entrance to Yellowstone.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Good for a one night stay. Pull-thru's are really close. All gravel sites that are very close to Hwy 89A. Traffic noise can be a problem. Also easy access for anyone to enter from the street to your site. Nice walking distance to the town and grocery store if needed. Satellite reception was good. No cable.

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Great wide pull-thru spaces. Spaces 22 to about 28 or 29 are super long 70+ feet long and at least 50-60 feet wide. Gravel parking with grass between sites. Fairly level. Trees give some shade, yet satellite reception is good. No cable and the water is a bit hard, so use a softener if you have it. Biggest ding is freight trains which go by and can disturb your sleep. Nice café within walking distance, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food was good and fairly priced. Understand plans are underway to paved the roads and sites by next year which will make things cleaner.

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New park with 29 sites. Nicely done with staggered sites to enhance views. Good Wi-Fi and water pressure, however the well water is very hard so a water softener is recommended. Sites 6-10 face west and do get some road noise from RT 220 below. Sites 14-29 face the valley and nature trail. They are primarily east facing. Free laundry, 2 washers and dryers, and use of the clubhouse grille. No activities on premises. Access to Rainmakers Golf Club, 2 mi. away, which only has golf with locker room facilities, and a small bar/restaurant. No pool or other sports activities available. You also have access to the Jockey Club at Ruidoso Downs Racetrack, on Fri/Sat/Sun. Ski Apache is about 15 mi. away which provides zip lines, mountain biking/hiking in summer months. Paved roads with concrete pads. Good spacing between sites. Ruidoso is about 7-10 miles away for shopping needs. Plenty of restaurants in town. 7100 ft elevation, so you get cooler days and nights. Expensive, but if you like privacy in a nice setting, this is the place.

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Stayed here twice for one night each time. Great little overnighter. Nice people and the pull-thru sites are big rig accessible. Gravel sites that are level. Great value for the money. Will stay here again if passing through the area.

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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.