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We really liked this place. WIDE roads, LONG pull thrus, excellent utilities and wifi, pools, laundry, etc. and quiet. We should have stayed longer.

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Very disappointing park. Great views of Flathead Lake and the utilities were good. That's it. The roads are very narrow and gravel. Our spot was ok in length but not level. Trees weren't trimmed so we had to get a guy to cut down limbs so we could put out the slides. They put rigs that were too big in small spots. When it was time for us to leave we were not able to pull out. Fortunately there was an empty spot in back of us that allowed us to make the turn. There is a very ritzy RV park in the front of the KOA on the hill. This KOA was definitely a second class citizen. I would find another place to stay if we come back here.

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Nice park about 15 miles from Glacier NP. the park was convenient to get to and was close to gas. The park management was friendly and the guy who led us to our spot was terrific. He insured we were perfectly positioned for the utilities. On that note, the utilities including the wifi were good. Roads in the park are a little tight. The spots are all paved and level and all sites have evergreens.

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This park was 8 miles from the west entrance to Yellowstone. The park was ok since we were here to see the NP. It, however, was very expensive at $76/day. Park employees were friendly and helpful. The roads in the park were gravel and the sites were dirt and grass. We have a 33 ft MH and the spot was barely long enough for us and our Scion XB. The utilities were good. WiFi like most places was at best, spotty. The NP was magnificent. If you are visiting in the summer get there EARLY. The crowds can be huge. If you have a pass of some kind, stay to the right entering the park. Much faster pass only line. While we were there we had a water pump that had a bad check valve and was overflowing our onboard tank. The park gave us a mobile tech's card. Lou Mavros came to the rig on Sunday of 4th of July weekend to fix our issue. Great guy, great tech and terrific price. If you are in the area and need help call Lou.

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This park is on Hill Air Force Base and is for active, reserve and retired military. Very convenient park. Gas was cheap, good utilities, level paved roads and spots, nice views of the mountains and of course the sound of freedom during the day. Loved it. We would stay again in a heartbeat.

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This park is within Lake Powell National Park. We were in section "D" in spot 72. The spot was a 40 X 60 level concrete pad. We loved it here. We had views of the lake and the Vermillion Cliffs. The WiFi was spotty, but really, where is it not? There is no cable but with the sights here, who needs TV? Each site had a picnic table, fire ring and charcoal grill. You are 10 or 15 minutes from downtown Page. We took tour of Upper Antelope Canyon. This is a don't miss it place! We also took a boat tour of the slot canyons and visited Horseshoe Bend.

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We stayed here for 4 nights. The park was really convenient to everything in the area. Arches NP is 4 miles away. Short trip to Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point state park. Good utilities, Wi-Fi and cable. The park is a little odd in that rigs are parked front to rear so the small common areas are between the doors of the two rigs. As long as you like your neighbor...no problem!

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Nice level concrete pads. Good Wi-Fi and utilities. No cable but the antenna picked up over 30 channels. The people in the office were friendly and they led us to our spot. The roads inside the park are paved but can get tight with a big rig. We would definitely stay again.

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The park is within 20 miles of Mt. Rushmore and right off Rt. 79 which is the good news and the bad news. There is nothing to block the noise from the highway. At times it feels like you're actually in the median! The Wi-Fi and cable are good. The water pressure is really low so taking a shower in the rig is interesting. The spots are gravel and reasonably level. The park is a good choice if you are going to Mt. Rushmore because you don't need to deal with the steep hills near the monument.

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The great thing about this park is the view of Monument Valley. We stayed for three nights. Although the park technically has WIFI, to say it was spotty would be overly gracious. The roads through the park are very narrow but paved. Cable tv was "snowy" but then you are pretty much in the middle of nowhere. The spots were gravel and ours and our traveling companions were not especially level. The office staff was not particularly friendly. All this being said, the views of this magnificent valley make it worth the stay.

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This is a very nice small park in Flagstaff, Az. It is conveniently located right on rt 89. The park is sparkling clean. The spots are wide and very level gravel. The office staff is very friendly. WIFI is strong and fast and a good selection of tv channels on their cable.