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We were in site 33. Arrived a little early, but they would not let us on before 2:30 even though the park was almost empty. Our site, including the picnic table, was soaked because they water until 2:30. The back-in sites are fairly level asphalt and hook ups are well placed. Park is small and fairly quiet. Probably won't be back. Not a lot of value or customer service.

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Cute little county park on the Snake. Spent the night on our way home. The sites are spacious and level gravel with a couple of trees and picnic bench. Next to a park with a nice paved trail along the river. You just pick a spot and pay at a little kiosk. It was a great break from a long drive...perfect over nighter. Next to hwy 30 so there is some road noise during the day, but gets quiet at night. Will stay again.

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We stayed in Wakara campground, and had a nice view of the lake. Our site was a nice size, but not level. Water pressure was very low. There is a nice little two mile trail around the lake. It was Ok.

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This is a very beautiful state park--rebuilt a couple of years ago. Restrooms and showers are in excellent condition. Park has paved sites with nice spacing. Lovely pinion pine and Utah junipers between the sites. It is 9 miles off the main road with one way in/out. Extremely quiet and relaxing. Several hikes in the campground.

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This is an old park (1959) and really in need of updating. The W/E sites are very narrow and difficult to maneuver, plus getting in and out of them is difficult for larger rigs. If you have slides, you may not be able to open them. The area is very pretty, but development is really encroaching and can be seen above the campground and along some of the trails. But, it is a really pretty red-rock high desert area with many wild flowers.

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This is first come first serve. There are 20 W/E sites in Atlatl campground (where we stayed), and they don't last. After reading other reviews, we heeded the advise and arrived by 10 am on Tuesday to get a spot. While spring is very pretty it is also very busy, so be prepared. Both campgrounds are beautiful and the sites are nicely spaced gravel. The restrooms and showers are older, but very useable. We loved this place and plan to return.

     

Ely KOA

Ely, Nevada

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Good for over night. Easy in and out and right off the highway, which is quiet at night. Spaces are gravel and fairly level. They do have two off-leash dog parks, which were well kept. Would stay again.

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Spent one night during a storm. Very basic park...owners very nice and helpful. Site was absolutely level. Very easy on and off highway. Very quiet at night. Great for over night.

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Small park conveniently located off 15, but close to a local highway. Some road noise, but fairly quiet at night. We had a concrete pad that was not even. Good place for an overniter. Would stay again.

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Small park off the freeway with little freeway noise. Sites were very narrow. We were able to open slides, but not our awning. They were gravel and level. Both the internet and cell service were very anemic. The laundry facilities were good and cheap.

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Sites are long, narrow gravel sites. Our site was not level and required extra blocks. There was a small tree that blocked our ability to open our awning. There was a small patio and picnic table if you didn't mind staring into your neighbor's rig. There was quite a bit of road noise from 89 during the day, which did taper off some at night. The dog park was handy.

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Manager was very nice and helpful. Sites are gravel--not level. Needed to use blocks on one side. Bathroom cleaning was questionable. Noise from freeway (40) was rather loud at night. But, this is pretty much the only game in town to visit the parks. And, it seems to be, primarily, an over nighter.

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Great for overnight. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are all level gravel. We were escorted to our site by a nice guy, who also made sure we left room for the slide outs when parking. There is some minor road noise, but quiet at night. There is s distant train whistle, which we found soothing. We were there during thunderstorms. There seems to be enough gravel to keep mud and puddles at a minimum. Would definitely stay again.

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Really great place. The park was rather empty during our stay. We stayed at the south end with a lake view. There was still water in the lake (and apparently catfish), and monarch butterflies in abundance. The sites are gravel and level. Even though civilization is closing in, the park was still very quiet. The restrooms were very basic, but clean.

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We were located down near the river on a level asphalt site. A patio, firepot, and patio table were included. During the day there was considerable road noise, but it was quiet at night. Great for dog walking. Service was very good. Both cable and wifi were extra. Laundry was clean and inexpensive.