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Decent place to stay. There's a lot of road noise since I-25 and another hwy run right next to the park. However, this makes easy access. There is a nice off-leash dog area as well as at least an acre dedicated to walking pets. Only complaint is the in park roads, which they insist we use when exiting the park. The roads are rough and full of holes.

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The office is not always open. Consequently, we never got to use the free WiFi. Access to the sites is VERY tight! If we had a choice we would not stay here again. There is not a designated pet area that we found. However, there is an abundance of squirrels and rabbits to drive our dogs crazy. (Neither a plus nor minus unless other campers want quiet.)

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Great off-leash dog area. Despite a sparsely populated park, we had to be parked next to another RV because we requested 50 amp w/ cable - not all are 50 amp w/ cable. Our site was fairly level however there were some pretty deep ruts that need to be repaired.

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Great place to stay. No off leash dog area. Good WiFi.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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We really enjoyed this RV park. It felt like a camp-out. Decent area for the dogs to be off-leash.

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This is everything an RV park should be - except for the people in the office. I sent a reservation request online. When we arrived the man at the reservation desk informed me that he didn't have our reservation, I had not made a reservation, and he didn't have a place for us. Somehow, he found a place for us and all was good until I had occasion to return to the office the next morning to ask a question. The woman at the desk (who sounded very nice) was helping another camper so I waited. A man, who worked at the RV park, entered the office, looked around, made eye contact w/ me and did not ask if he could help - in fact, he sat down in the office area. Done w/ the bad because, in spite of the men, we would definitely stay here again. There is a huge dog walk - big enough that even a big dog can get a good run going. The park is gated - and locked at 8 pm. Made me feel safe. Good cable and WiFi. Pretty level site.

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This is a big RV park. It's well-run. Everything is gravel w/ paved drives. There are a few trees but no grass, as seems to be the usual in New Mexico. Interesting configuration for parking rigs - they alternate directions that RVs pull in to sites. Seems to work well. The WiFi works well. Much appreciated was an enclosed dog area. Also much appreciated...no goat's head burrs within the confines of the RV park.

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Big fenced area - w/ grass - for dogs. Great WiFi. Friendly people. The laundry was clean and all machines operated much like home machines.

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WiFi is limited to the hours of 7 am-11 pm. Not a real issue for most folks. Good cable. The site was very level - didn't need to unhook - and wide. The area looks very run-down. They have had the property since around 1976 and one would think that they would have made the office look better. It smells and looks old. However, campers don't stay in the office, so, how much does that matter??? The RV park is in the parking lot of one of the first Best Westerns ever built in the 1930's. In its day, the motel was quite a big deal and some of the rooms are still standing on the grounds.

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Excellent place to park an RV! CJ (the owner/operator) keeps a very clean and neat RV park. She makes sure that it's quiet w/ no riff-raff. CJ loves people - and it shows. She has a "happy hour" every afternoon, 4:30-6 and puts out snacks that she purchases or makes. The nightly prices stay low by charging for electricity separately. We were there for 4 nights during 90+ degree days. We ran our AC's 24 hrs a day. Total electricity - $18.72 for 4 days. This brought our nightly cost to a little over $21 (including taxes.) There is an enclosed gravel dog area. BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag). WiFi is good here but there is no cable. Air channels are fair-good.

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Site was pretty level. There are shade trees around. The place is kept free of trash. This is an old KOA that they are trying to renovate. The 50 amps are all back-in but they are planning to have 50 amp service in some pull-through sites for 2016. There's not a lot of grass, mostly weeds, but it is mowed. No designated pet area but the park was so sparsely populated that it didn't matter. Neighbor dogs were irritating when I tried to walk my dogs. One came under the fence into the RV park but did no damage. There were trains during the night.

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Only sites 31 and 38 are true pull-through. The sites are paved but our's, site 38, sloped dramatically toward the driver's side. No designated dog area and there were stickers in the nearest grass. The humane society has a partially fenced yard across the road. There is also a walk near-by that seemed quiet and safe. There were some full-timers. Very easy reservation. Fast WiFi.

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I can't say enough good about this place! It's everything an RV park should be. Even with the place full, it didn't feel cramped. They have a fenced dog run so our dogs could be off leash. Big bonus!! The sites are wide and long. We have a 40' 5th wheel trailer and tow w/ a 1 ton long-bed pickup. There was plenty of room to park in front of or behind the trailer. We would definitely stay here again!

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We really liked this RV park. It's fairly new so the trees aren't mature yet and shade is lacking. There is a concrete pad to park on and lush grass between sites w/ a picnic table. The park is well-kept and very clean. I felt safe here. The restrooms and laundry facilities are clean and in good working order. The dog walk area is actually a walking trail all around the facility. It would be nice if there was a fenced area so dogs could be off-leash.

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First, the good...the young woman in the office was extremely helpful and pleasant. While the RV park is also a mobile home park, the two are kept separate. There is a pretty little creek (not really accessible) that runs along the back of the property. We stayed here on the weekend of the drag races, so the place was pretty full. Now for the rest... We had reservations but some people didn't leave so what we reserved was not available and we had two options - parallel park our 40' 5th wheel between two carnival rigs or back into a spot that was 30 amp service. Couldn't back in all the way because of overhanging tree limbs. The "dog walk" is a joke. It's actually a road w/ signs threatening fines if we don't pick up after our dogs. My dogs won't poop on a road. Oh, yeah, the dog walk is where they wanted to parallel park us. There are NO refunds. Make sure you like your spot before paying by cash or check (they don't take credit cards.) The place is not kept up. The roads are fairly narrow. The sites are adequately wide. Trees surround the park. We would NOT stay here again.