Freedom Bus

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We have stayed here before and were not disappointed. Personnel is extremely helpful upon registration and set up. Sites are very large & graveled with a concrete pad. They have strict policies here but it makes for everyone to have a good experience. We have a dog and had no problem obeying the rules. Good 50 amp service. This park is well run and the nicest place in Quartzsite.

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We have been here before and were not disappointed. Everything is clean & tidy. Personnel are very helpful. Sites are large and have grass. Close to wineries and restaurants along with the casino next door. Very quiet and enjoyable. Site C-01 is large & private.

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We have a premium site on the top level and it is great. Easy to back in, level concrete pad, our own area with table & bar-b-que. Really nice. We overlook the hills. No problem with our 45 footer with 4 slides; lots of room. Other sites are well kept and neat. We are coming back again to enjoy this great location!!!

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Yuma does not have a lot of green space, but this park is immaculate, the sites are large, level pull thru and everyone is neat and tidy. Definitely an improvement over other parks we have tried in the area. Good 50 amps. Good spot to overnight.

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This was our first time at the resort since KOA took it over. I believe that it is even better than before. We chose the deluxe site which has grass and privacy. Very nice. Plenty of room. Check-in was easy, as always, and personnel was very polite. Everything is clean and in its place. This is definitely still the best place to stay in Tucson.

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This park is awesome! You are sitting on a cliff above the city overlooking the mountains and the views are awesome!!! There are not many people up here so it is wide open and beautiful. Each lot has a little grass. The only negative is that you expect a level concrete pad and get a relatively level gravel pad. The views more than make up for any shortcomings. This is the place to stay in Mesquite!! Personnel are very friendly and accommodating. Good 50 amps and excellent Wi-Fi. FREE laundry. I cannot say enough about how beautiful it is up here.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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We have stayed here before and were not disappointed this time. A very busy park. Be sure you have a reservation. Nice & quiet with trees but still have satellite reception. We reserved a back in site which has lots of room and backs up to a dead end street. Gravel sites; level with good 50 amps. We like this place a lot for an overnight or a couple of nights stay.

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We enjoyed our stay in a pull thru lot in Section D; however, next visit I would ask for a back-in lot in Section D. We were back to back with another lot and the people next to us had a "party" every minute so it made for a less than perfect experience. The back-in sites are much more private and have better views. Everything is clean, in good working order and level.

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This park is tucked back in the red rocks and it is the only full service RV Park near Monument Valley. No grass (this is southern Utah) but it has good 50 amps and level spaces. The main park is tight; however, as a big rig we were put in a back-in site up front (Site A-1) and it was large & private. There is a store, restaurant, gas station close by.

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We have stayed here before & always return. Great location! You can even watch the Durango/Silverton train go by! The Big Rig sites (A-H) are the best. Level, long, grass, good 50 amps. Great location north of town right on the way to a day trip to Silverton & Ouray. We love this place!

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This park is better than any park we have stayed at between Pueblo & Pagosa Springs. Wide driveways that are easy to maneuver with new gravel on each road & site. Good wifi, good 50 amps. We chose a pull thru at the back so it was a large quiet site. Lots of rabbits which are fun to watch. A very nice KOA for a day or two. Very nice personnel. Definitely a place we will return when in the area.

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This park is a little neglected compared to past visits. The grass is brown, the paved roads are rough. We chose a creek view site with a patio which included a table & chairs. Sites have gotten a little muddy. Roads are wide and sites are angled for easy entry. Still we find this to be the best choice for visiting Colorado Springs. It is better than anything we have found in Manitou Springs.

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By central Wyoming standards this park is awesome! Large level pull-thru sites. Wide gravel driveways make for easy maneuvering. Trees are small as the park is new but they are growing. No grass but each site has astro-turf which is very nice. Other review mentioned trains - never saw or heard one. That same review could not find the river - it is across the back of the park. There is grass and it is cool down by the river on a hot day. Nice spot to walk with your dog. Personnel is very friendly and everything here looks neat and tidy. It is away from the expressway but has easy access. Great place for an overnight or a day or two exploring Casper.

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Nice clean park with friendly personnel. Lots of shade in the front. We chose the "satellite friendly" area in the back of the park. Our site was scarce of grass but most seem to have a reasonable amount. Streets are gravel. A couple of turns are tight to trees for a 45 footer but makeable. Quiet with good 50 amps. Good wi-fi.

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Definitely a bargain with off-season rates! Beautiful well-kept park with large open spaces. Concrete pads, grass, level, table at all sites. Good 50 amps. Great location with a nice view! Very enjoyable. We have stayed here before and will return even at in-season rates. Well worth it! Our non-RV friends rented a cabin and found it very comfortable.