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Glad to see this park is still as good as when we were here a few years ago. It's good for a night or for a week. As usual in Arizona, it is all gravel with few trees, but a very good park of that type. Sites are quite spacious, level and easy in/out. Utilities are good and the people are friendly and efficient. It's easy to get to from I-40 but far enough back so noise is not too bad. There is gas and diesel available right at the exit. Verizon cell and internet worked well. This is my go-to park in the Kingman area.

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This is quite a nice park. Are KOAs getting better, or am I just finding the good ones lately (thanks to this website)? Our standard pullthrough space was spacious and level, with a patio, gravel space for grill and a lush grass area for sitting. My only minor complaint is that the neighbor's water and sewer hookups intruded into the back of my space, but it didn't really bother us. Ample room for slides and awnings on both sides. As usual for KOA, they have activities for kids. Though it is on a major highway, the noise wasn't bad at night. It was very full while we were here, so best have a reservation. Verizon cell and internet worked well.

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Very nice park, but a little pricey. Nice big sites and wide roads. Lots of trees but our satellite worked at our site. The park looks very appealing as you drive through. Hookups are well placed. Located on highway 89 but noise was not a problem. Verizon phone and internet worked well.

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Parks in Moab vary a lot, and I think this is one of the good ones. The facilities are nothing special, but it seems well maintained. Sites are all pull-throughs, and the rows are tiered so everybody has a view. This does result in the roads being slanted, which feels strange, and the front of the sites are sloped. Ours was just long enough on the flat for our 40-foot MH. Toad parking is beside your RV. Trees shade a lot of the sites, but they are angled so satellite TV works. There is some grass between sites, but it is kind of sparse. We had to move part way through the week because they were so busy, and our space on the back row was better than the one in the middle of the park. Don't even try to come into Moab in the fall without a reservation. There was not an RV space or motel room to be had in town. They were turning people away every night. Verizon cell and internet worked well here.

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This park reminds me of an Arizona snowbird park, but with wider spaces. Paved roads, gravel parking, long concrete patio, no trees to speak of, lots of park models but lots of RV spaces too. Very nice clubhouse and pool area. Park models were mostly closed up when we were here, but RV spaces were very full. Better have a reservation. Location is in town, convenient to lots of stuff, but it was fairly quiet at night. Verizon phone and internet worked, but internet was slow.

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This place is all about location, close to Salida and right on the banks of the Arkansas River. Anywhere else it would be just an average park, but the location makes it magical. We intended to stay 4 nights but decided right away that was not enough. The park is always pretty full, so we had to move to stay 4 more nights. We moved to a premium riverfront site at $68/day, and it was worth every bit of that, although way more than I would usually pay. You can't beat sitting on your riverbank patio listening to the water rush by. Our original site across the road was also nice. The only bad thing I can say is the electrical system needs upgraded. We had no problems with voltage or interruptions, but they were asking people to put their water heaters on propane to save strain on the system. The boxes are old, worn and very close to the ground. Hookups are at the back of the site, so you may need extra hose or extensions. Site lengths are all over the place, so reserve the appropriate size. Someone said Verizon service was bad, but we had good enough Verizon phone and internet. I definitely plan to come back.

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I love this place. Been here 3 times this year and will definitely come back. It is a friendly place and the owners are great, will do whatever they can to make your stay a good one. On Labor day weekend they put on a dinner where they provided all the food. Little touches like that make the park special. Site sizes vary a lot, but they have a row on the south long enough for anything. Some sites shaded, others open. They stay fairly busy, so it might be a good idea to reserve, especially weekends.

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Typical of a well-run KOA. Owners are young and ambitious, making improvements to the park. All staff I met were friendly and helpful. Sites were level with room for slides, but not overly long. Lots for kids to do onsite. Some highway noise, but not too bad. Expensive, as usual for KOA, but I would come back when in this area. Good Verizon phone and internet service.

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Stayed here a few days visiting La Crosse because it seemed like the only park in the area with full hookups. The longer we were there, the more impressed we became. Park is mostly well-kept seasonals, most in the trees. They also have nightly full hookup and W/E-only sites, all in the sun. Our full hookup site was wide and flat, with the hookups in the right place. It's the kind of place that is busy on weekends, and pretty quiet midweek. Staff was friendly and helpful. They have a good-sized swimming pond with sand beach. There is a snack shop/bar by the pond that is only open on weekends. Looked like a good place to take kids. I would stay here again. Verizon phone and Internet worked well.

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Very nice-looking campground. They have been putting gravel parking areas in some of the formerly all-grass sites, and we had one of these. Nice and level, and good sized. Young manager (owner's son I think) was very nice and helpful. There are some nice covered picnic shelters in the middle that would be good for family events. There are a number of long-term residents, and most were fine but one good ole boy liked to idle his work truck for excessively long times. Good satellite reception and Verizon cell and internet. Rating could be better if the water pressure was better. It was weak at best, and when they put on the sprinklers it got really bad. Still, not bad enough that I wouldn't come back.

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As others have said, this is a really nice place. Kind of secluded in a great area. The owner obviously works very hard keeping the place looking good and everything working. It is mostly well-kept seasonals but there is an area for transients with 3 long gravel pull-throughs and some grass back-ins. We had a pull-through, and it was long enough to park anything on wheels. He wasn't putting anyone in the grass sites because it has rained a lot, and the ground was really soft. The gravel pads were fine. The transient area is open, so no problem with satellite reception (no shade to speak of either). Utilities were good, Verizon internet and cell worked well. The road into the CG is one lane, but it was not a problem. There wasn't that much activity on it, and the seasonals are used to it - they will get out of the way of an RV going in or out.

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Visit this little gem before it's gone. The campground is for sale as I write this, but still operating. We were the only ones in the CG except for a few seasonal trailers, empty at midweek. It's a nice, average CG in a wonderful location on the banks of the Ohio. Very peaceful to sit and watch the river roll by. It's on the highway, but very little noise. Good water pressure and electricity (50 amp), no sewer hookups. Sites are nice size and level except right on the river bank. I realized after I set up that I was in parts of what was supposed to be 2 back-to-back sites, but the manager didn't care. We met one of the seasonals one evening when he stopped by, and he was a very nice young man who lived nearby. Said the park used to be full with seasonals every summer, but many of them had quit camping. I hope they can keep this place open - it's special.

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We spent most of a week here just because it was so nice. Well-managed and well-maintained park, run by nice people. Most sites are pull-throughs in mostly open area. We had one of the premium back-ins along the edge, which was very wide, with a cement patio, big picnic table, fire ring, grill, and a two-person swing! Had some shade but could still get satellite. The park is far enough from the interstate that you don't get any road noise - very quiet at night. Verizon internet and phone worked well. There are some games and activities onsite, and they have a bowling alley that is supposed to open soon. Pool wasn't open for the season yet. Expensive, as usual with KOA, but the pull-throughs are cheaper, and they are fine also.

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This is an expensive place to stay, but does more than most to justify it. I had a premium pull-through with concrete pad and patio because of the weather forecast. That was a good choice since it rained a lot all week. Sites are spacious and level. The park is visually appealing, with lots of trees. Lots of activities onsite for kids, large pool and splash pad, though the weather was too chilly to try it out. They sell tickets to the historic and entertainment attractions in the office, and most are a short drive from the park. It feels secluded and quiet, even though it is close to town. Cable TV was the best I have had in a campground, crystal clear and lots of channels (to many trees for satellite). The park Wifi even worked well. Verizon internet was weak and occasionally dropped out completely, though phone was OK. Water pressure was a little low, but acceptable. It gets very busy, especially on weekends, so better have a reservation.

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This park is just about what you would expect for a well run ocean front resort, on a weekend in our case. Lots of people, lots of golf carts cruising the roads, some noise. They really try to keep a handle on it, though. The sites vary a lot in size, shade, level, and surface in this large park. Ours was away from the beach, level, shaded and spacious. Be sure to ask for what you need when you book. The office was very busy at check in time, but the staff was pleasant and efficient. Unless you have trouble walking, you can walk to the beach from anywhere in the park. We didn't use the cable TV or wifi. Verizon cell and Internet service was good.