DiplomatTraveler

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About DiplomatTraveler

We travel in a 2006 Monaco Diplomat 40PDQ with four slides and tow a Jeep Grand Cherokee; overall length about 60'. It is important to have a clean, safe place to spend the night; it's okay if the park is old and a bit worn out. We're more concerned about trees overgrowing the site. We're not looking for frills and we don't need someone planning every hour of our day. We use our own bathroom; it still amazes us when people question us about not using park bathrooms!

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Rate is for 30amp with Good Sam discount. There is a $3 extra per day charge for 50amp. Roads and sites are gravel, level, and long enough for most rigs and their tow vehicle. A few shade trees help with the afternoon sun. It may not be an issue on most rigs, but we had to watch the position of our slide outs so as to not hit the tall posts which hold the water faucet and electrical box. A small exchange library is located in the office building.

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This park has the most beautiful flowers greeting you as you drive into and through the park. We've been here three times now and it is still very well maintained, well-managed, and service is the best. Roads are paved throughout the park; the sites are gravel and level. Most sites are pull-throughs; though they have shorter back-in sites. They are long enough for our 40' motorhome with tow parked behind and very nicely spaced; you aren't walking over or around your neighbor's utilities. New picnic tables are being installed; watch your hot grill! The laundry room is good size and holds the exchange library. Recycling is available in this park; we don't find this very often and appreciate it when we do.

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This park is a good stay for exploring the Spokane area or for passing through on your way east on I-90. The roads are gravel as are the sites. We found them to be level and long enough for our 40' motorhome with tow parked in front. The sites are close together, but we had no problem with extending all 4 slides. You do have to watch for limbs and overhead branches. There is a small exchange library in the laundry room.

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Price reflects weekly rate. The last reviewer was right on with all the details about this park. It is well-managed, well maintained, and very clean. The managers and camp hosts are very friendly and very helpful. We left our RV here while we took a three week out-of-the-country trip. It was secure and watched over! Don't miss the book exchange and the free baked-fresh-daily chocolate chip cookies. We use our own cellular WiFi, but the park's system was also up and running. We will definitely stay here again when we're back in the area.

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This is a very nice county park located above the north jetty. Sites are paved, back-in, and sheltered from the winds by the long hedge rows of rhododendrons and trees. Reservations are advised. Site 9 is about 70' long; the longest one in the park according to the on-site caretaker. If you have slides, position your rig in the center of the site so you don't bump up against the plants. New sites and WiFi are coming in 2016. Our Verizon MiFi worked moderately well.

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This simple park is good for a night or two while exploring the area. It sits above I-5 with easy access off and on the freeway. There isn't a lot of noise. Sites are gravel, fairly level, and have a picnic table on the grassy area. Pull-throughs are long enough for 40-45ft motorhomes with tows attached. There is a small book exchange in the clubhouse. Manager was very helpful with information regarding the area.

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This is a very nice park with paved pull-through and back-in spaces. There is book exchange in the club house - take one, leave one. Camp hosts are very friendly and have plenty of information for the area. The park's Wifi was fair; our Verizon MiFi was excellent. The park is very clean, with astro turf areas around the sites. Each site has a picnic table.

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Everything the other reviewers have said holds true for this park. Staff are friendly and grounds are clean and well maintained. Our Verizon MiFi was strong, site was long enough for our 40' motorhome with tow attached, and wide enough for all 4 slides. There is a small book exchange in the store/office. This was our second time through and we'll definitely stay here again.

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New owners and new management at this park. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. The grounds are clean and well maintained. There are several long pull-throughs if you don't want to unhitch. There are also about 10 back-in sites next to the trees and creek. There is some noise from the store next door, but it is not disruptive. The new manager is building up a small book exchange near the laundry room.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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This is a nice park, off the main road, and very quiet and clean. You can tell the owners have worked hard to fix it up. Sites in the front area are pull-throughs, and long enough many didn't have to unhitch their tow vehicles. We took a water/electric only site; again a long pull through. With the freezing weather, this row did not have the water turned on. The pool isn't open for the season yet. There is a nice camp store, book exchange, laundry room, and a playground for kids. The park offers horse corrals, dog run, and a group tent area. Individual tent sites are also available.

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This is a great park on the south end of Moab, across from the fairgrounds. Sites are good size, but not quite long enough for a tow vehicle to remain attached. Twenty-one new sites are under development. A combination of gravel and dirt make up the road and site surfaces. Nice shade trees, grass area, and picnic table. Small book exchange is located in the laundry room and the office area has a small store with food and beverage items and RV and pet supplies. We did not use their free Wi-Fi; our Verizon MiFi worked well.

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We stayed one night at this park and have to admit, we didn't check things out as much as we normally do. The site was level, gravel, and had a nice picnic table and grassy area. This park backs up to the fairgrounds and can be dusty is the wind is blowing.

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This small park doesn't have any amenities, but it is clean, well-managed, and quiet. Sites are level, gravel, and long enough for our 40' RV with or without the tow attached. You must be self-contained to stay here.

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This small, clean RV park is fine for a stay while visiting the area. Road and sites are gravel, level, and everything worked well. You should be fully self-contained; no restrooms or showers. It is a quiet location, with easy on off the freeway access.

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We've stayed here before and always find this a well managed, clean campground. Most sites hadn't been raked this time through, but could have just been an off day, and who really needs a site that has been raked? The laundry room is clean and is home to a small book exchange. Sites are spacious; lots of room for all four slides. If the park is full, you do end up parked side to side with another rig. There is a privacy fence between you and the rig on the opposite side; allows privacy for the seating areas. Many sites are long enough for a 40' rig with a tow still attached.