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You check in with. Cashier in the store. She is also the receptionist and customer service person. So busy on calls, was a very slow check in. The park is close to I-75, but not too noisy. First area north of pond had sights too short for truck and trailer. We chose not to disconnect. Area south of pond had longer sites and we got a great one. Large and level. Only used electric. No cable but able to get lots of channels with antenna. Had good wifi. Would stay here again on a overnight.

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We winter here. Jan. Thru April. Love the park. Many activities and no reason for boredom. The management provides monthly, "Happy Hours." In the club house if bad weather, on The Island if nice. Excellent pool, clubhouse facilities. Horseshoe's, shuffleboard, etc. Lots of French Canadians winter here. Over half the park is Park Models and permanent trailers. If staying short term, ask for a Pull thru. These sites are easy in and out full hookups. Rest of park can be difficult to navigate.

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Great RV park. Lots of grass and shade trees. Sites being improved with new concrete parking pads gradually. Many already done. Beautiful, huge pool with 3 water slides and a lazy river float. Nice lake with free fishing. Extremely friendly, courteous, and helpful staff. Park recently changed ownership and hopefully, will continue current improvements and good business practices. We would definitely stay here again even though there is an abundance of nice parks in this area.

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Beautiful park but vastly over priced. Charging campers to maintain golf and landscaping. Office had some food but it was truck stop food. Nice sites but had to do some leveling. Will not stay here again as there are too many very nice campgrounds in the area.

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Very nice. Stayed here month in 2013 and two weeks in 2014. Would return. Lots of seasonals. Most good sites filled for season. Wi-Fi very iffy and undependable.

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Beautiful, large grassy sites. Many on the shore of Mississippi River. Boat ramp. Large mobile home community with campsites in back. Closed pool full of green water and trash. Rest rooms and showers filthy and need demo and re-build. Will stay there again for week or less.

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Very clean, attractive park. Drive through, full hook up site was plenty long but very narrow between shrubs and ramada, not too much room. Level site. Black top drive and cement slab. Upon arrival, we were reminded there was a $7 daily use fee so our 10 day stay cost an additional $70. Bringing the 10 day total to $320. or $32./ day with no cable or wi-fi. Would only stay here again if no other parks were available.

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All gravel grounds. Site large enough and set up for side-by-side hookups. Lots of seasonal campers and very large storage area. Park in an industrial/commercial area and not very scenic. Handy to US 6-50, and I 70 although lots of construction in area. I think park is vastly over priced. Raised prices to cover cost of Wi-Fi and cable TV. Cable did not include local channels so we used antenna and had very nice HD. Would not stay here again.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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Beautiful park in beautiful area. Long gravel pull-thru very level. May stay here a week since we are flexible. Cool, clear weather. Lots of places to visit in the area. Would definitely stay here again.

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Huge 70' drive thru. Level and easy to maneuver. Just a huge parking lot. Everything first class except Wi-Fi. Paid $19.99 for 7 days, but it never worked. Called provider who grudgingly gave a refund. Would stay here again, but found nicer RV Park just blocks north.

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Beautiful campground. Built on hills but sites level & long enough. Gravel and lots of trees. Restrooms very nice & clean. High priced but they have a captive market. They rent to lots of Europeans who are happy to pay any price. Will stay here again if opportunity comes about.

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A big surprise. Expected a desert ghost town, but camp is quite nice. Large gravel sites with hedge separating. Near Interstate 15, but surprising quiet. Will definitely stay here again.

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Vastly over priced. Probably paying for golf course. Short, un-level site. And very narrow. Restrooms had dirty sinks full of dead bugs, dirty floor littered with paper, and in dire need of painting. Nicely landscaped. Would only stay here again if under $30.

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A beautiful park. In the heart of giant Redwoods. Easy to drive by as sign is hidden by trees. Large drive through sites, cable TV and WiFi worked well. Restrooms and showers could use up-dating. We wanted to extend our stay but park was reserved for the Labor Day weekend. Very serene and peaceful park. I would stay here again.

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Pull through sites are in an arc off of a blacktop road. Fairly level and easy for set up. Long enough for trailer and truck. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. About 8 miles from Crescent City and shopping, restaurants and Walmart. Located in the Redwoods and a very pretty setting. Of the several RV parks in this area, this would be my choice. I would camp here again.