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Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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Every time we stop here the owner is spending money improving things, i.e. a new playground currently. The place is always spotless, green grass between sites and easy to level. Love this place!!! Very peaceful with easy on/off to I-15 and fuel at the interchange.

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We had an oceanfront space. What views, lighthouse, beach and the Pacific Ocean! Off to our left was a direct path to the beach. Lots of grass, paver sites with asphalt driveways. Lots of turning room. Easy on/off US 101. Close to town. If you want to have a view of the Pacific it doesn't get much better.

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The best place to stay in Bend, Oregon, by far. Paved roads with paver pads. The pads are very wide and extremely long. The utilities are housed behind a brick wall with recycle/trash bins there. Trash picked up every morning. Everything out of site. There is even a small brick structure to lock bikes, etc in. Lots and lots of space in-between sites especially in the back area. Lots of pine trees, none cause any issues with coaches. Park is very quiet. Of note if you come in from the south, northbound, off 97 traveling on Knott Road, make sure you turn on Country Club Lane. Do not follow your GPS to Brosterhous, wrong location of Park on Garmin, you will come upon a train overpass that is 12ft, 2in. We had to turn around. Neighbors said this happens 2 or 3 time a week. Bottom line a great park!!!

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A little hard to get to with all the construction going on but worth it. It appears that the park is older but well kept in a forest setting. The sites are close together and most pull thru. Lost of full timers here. It would be nice if they put full timers together, they have more in common with each other (work mode) than the likes of us who are on the road traveling and having a good time. Lots of grass and trees surrounding the park. Little if any road noise. Would stay here again.

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Located west of Amarillo just off I-40. At the junction is a Truck Stop for fuel. Not many trucks here. We fueled on the east end of Amarillo and what a mistake, lots and lots of trucks at all the Truck Stops. It's a very nice one or two night place to stay. Lots of wind as there are lots of wind farms nearby. Will stay here again.

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The website makes this park look exceptionally nice. I have to say I was disappointed. The space between the sites is standard. We had a long gravel pull-in overlooking an empty water storage/pond/? That was fine. Both our neighbors were long term as were most of the sites in our area. In walking around most of the park was filled with long term renters. One area of the park, west side and kind of hidden, was filled with people who had been there a long time. Many of the trailer were very ran down. What I don't understand is why do parks, this one included, put long term renter with short term stay people, i.e. 1-7 days. We are traveling, they are woking, not a lot in common to share. I did like the curbside trash pick up. The place was very clean, easy check in and easy in/out exit to the road.

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Have stayed here before. This is the best place in Cortez to stay, hands down. They have a handful of very long pull thru sites. Level, gravel and wide. Very clean park!! Easy in/out.

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We have stayed here a few time while heading east. Very convenient off US550. The Park has been OK in the past with lots of long term people. Now there seems even more long term people. It also seems the owners have given up cleaning the place. The dog park was disgusting as the trash was overflowing with full doggie bags. People started putting the bags in the bag dispenser as it was empty of fresh bags. Weeds, cigarettes butts, dog pooh, not an attractive site. He put us in a site way to small as the long term trailer in front of us hung over in to the street. We had to track him down to find another spot. He ended up putting us in a premium site that was OK. Still trash I had to pick up. It's a nice location and small park. Too bad the owner/s are neglecting this place. It looks like they are content with long term renters who have little other long term options. Will not stay there again.

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Very nice place to stay. Stayed overlooking the small stream. Sites are cement with grass. Nice spacing. If we stay again will stay in the adult only section where there is less freeway noise from I-10. Large expansive grass areas for walks with your pets. Easy on/off I-10 located on a dead end road which is good for walks. Easy check in, trash pickup at site each day, propane delivery on Fridays, if you need it. The park puts on lots of functions for snowbirds and those who are staying only a few days.

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Great Place to stay visiting San Antonio, 20 minute drive, peaceful!! Beautiful infinity pool with great seating/lounge chairs. Restaurant on site open 4 nights a week with a full bar, very nice. Stayed in site with a casitas overlooking the golf course that's 50 feet from cement pad. Covered outdoor patio with BBQ, sink and frig. Full bathroom inside, AC, with work area for PC work or?. Strong Wifi. The park is new as of last fall. Lots of green grass. Plenty room between sites. Wide drives.

     

Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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Always a favorite place to stop when traveling on I-15. No road noise, easy on/off I-15, end of a road so no traffic, and lots of room for your pets. Owners are very friendly, sites are wide with some shade and nice green grass. New pool also. Gravel roads and level gravel sites. Very relaxing place to stay!

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Best park in area to stay at. Staff very friendly!! Very helpful in planning what to do in the area. Pull thru sites have grass. Lower section was new 5 years ago. Very clean, wide sites with cement area along camping side of coach. Has front and back sewer connections. Roads and sites gravel. Checked out both RV places in Bluff. Very rough! Would not stay there. This is the best RV location to stay in the area. Very big rig friendly.

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Easy in and out for big rigs. Waterfront sites are very large cement back ins. 24 hour security. A mixture of park homes and RV sites at Resort. Friendly staff. It is desert but a couple of trees would be nice. Would stay here again.

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Great park, friendly staff with large pull thru and back ins. Beautiful setting with lots of hiking and biking. Sites are mostly far apart. No sewer, water, or power available in undeveloped part of the park, but a dump station on the way out. Big rig friendly!!

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Very nice older park near the river. The place is spotless!! Each site is raked, one direction, before you arrive. Great, very large shade trees for the afternoon sun. You are taken and helped guided into your site by the manager. Nice public area for gatherings. Some sites are a little close.