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I agree that this is a difficult park to rate. There appears to be only 2 pull-through spots for overnighters, or short stays. We were right behind the office pulled up next to restrooms and laundry. We were warned to watch where we parked, and make sure we didn't hit the roof of the building with our slide. It was a quiet park, good WiFi and no issues with water, electric or sewer. Site was level. The two sites that they use as pull throughs, look as though they are part of their interior roads normally. Owners were very nice. The roads getting to the park are very narrow. We would stay here again for an overnight stop.

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It was a bit confusing on where to check-in. The campground is on your right as you are coming down the road from I-75, we drove through, and there was no place to check-in, we pulled out and noticed another sign on the right, telling you that check-in was on the left side of the road at the ticket office. Once we checked-in, (and they do not carry change, if you use cash!) we drove back out to the campground. A small park, with long pull through gravel sites and roads. Site was level, good hook ups, and all worked as expected. Some sites are shorter than others, but we fitted without having to unhook the toad. Interior roads are a bit narrow, but easy to navigate. WiFi worked great. This is a beautiful area and will be back to explore another time!

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This is a small family run campground, nicely kept, and they take pride in their place. the park has good asphalt interior roads. Sites are fairly level pull through and gravel, with a small concrete patio. The problem with the patio area is that it is next to your neighbor's water and sewer hookup. There are no picnic tables. If you have a dog, you have to walk outside the park. There are signs everywhere about being evicted, with no refunds for violators of the dog rules. If you stay a week or more, they require a $25 damage deposit. That is in case you leave cigarette butts or cans on your site. We had a lot of butts on our site when we pulled in, so obviously they don't check well. There is no playground or pool, and they don't want children riding their bikes in the park either. This park is convenient to Louisville via I-65. The laundry area was clean and well maintained. One road to enter the park people also use to access the Flea Market and they ignore the stop sign, very dangerous! We would stay here again, as it is the most reasonably priced other than the State Park.

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We stayed at this campground last year, and it is just as lovely as before. It was raining the entire time we were here, which is the same as last year! Hmmm maybe it's us. We had a very nice long pull through site. Unable to get satellite because the park is heavily treed. No problem navigating. Roads and sites are gravel. Site is level. We did wake up our last morning here with the power out. Not sure how long it had been out. Power was restored quickly. Good water pressure, no cable. Decent wifi. Good drainage, again we had rain solid for 2 days, and no flooding problems. This is a nice quiet park. Pretty and well kept. We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed at this park as it was close to some friends. The park is neat and clean, and the owners are friendly, helpful and very nice. The cell phone reception is horrible in this area, and the wifi at the park is awful. So be prepared to be "disconnected " from the world if you stay here. Nice long and fairly level pull-through sites, good 50 amp service, water pressure was a bit low. We got a discount for staying a week, and although the park is lovely, we may not stay here again, due to lack of Internet and cell phone reception.

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No frills park, no problems with full hook ups. Good, level pull through site. We were in the field section. Wide open and good satellite reception. Friendly and helpful employees in the store, which is stocked with basic needs. Clean and reasonable laundry room. Only issue is with people flying down the road that divides the section. A lot of long term rigs, but well maintained. Wifi good during the day, but slows once people come home from work. Priced right. Close enough to Dodge City. Would stay here again without hesitation!

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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As with most KOA's it is pretty pricey for what you get. This park is fine for a night or two. Clean pool. Wifi was in and out, and we were close to the office. Not a lot nearby in Limon. Park was well maintained and staff was very friendly. You can even order a pizza from the office and they deliver to your site. We took advantage of this, as it was too windy to barbque one night. Easy to navigate interior roads, sites are level and some have grill. Pull through site was easy in and out. Would stay here again.

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This is a very small park outside of Wheatland, quite a drive into town. Quiet and good level gravel sites, and gravel interior roads. No issues with water or electricity. There were 2 washers and 1 dryer. Some permanent residents but they were quiet and gone during the daytime. A no frills park and priced right! Would stay here again.

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This campground is pretty well kept, but they could use an extra dumpster, it was over flowing the last couple of days we were here. Gravel interior roads, a few small pot holes. Wifi was so slow, I gave up. Some sites are very close together. Some sites have picnic tables, ours did not. No issues with utilities. Pretty far drive to Custer State Park. Not too bad to Mt Rushmore. In between Sturgis and Rapid City. We would stay here again.

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This little RV park is about 30 miles outside of Cody. There is a small gas station/convenience store in Meeteese. RV spots are sandwiched in between cottages, and some spots are very close together. The layout is pretty strange, but we didn't have any issues backing in or with utilities. Wifi worked well, cable was partially out the last 4 or 5 days we were there. This park is nice and quiet at night and close to the river if you want to fish. Some potholes in the interior roads. It is pretty much a no frills park, and we probably would stay closer to Cody or Yellowstone next time.

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We made phone reservations, but not noted when we arrived. The place is very run down. Employee wasn't sure what lots were available, and asked us to follow him til he found it. A lot of long term campers in terrible shape in the park. Some of the campers look abandoned, but have black plastic taped over the windows. The employee drove us to the site and parked us in backwards in the pull-through sites. Not sure why, but all campers were parked opposite of the service poles. We turned around and parked so we didn't have to run the water and electric under the rig. The site was long enough for toad, so we didn't have to unhook. There was poop everywhere, where no one picked up after their pet. The place needed mowing, and leveling. There is great potential for this location. It is surrounded by beautiful mountains. Clearly the owner has no desire to improve this campground. No issue with water, electric or sewer. But, for this price it is not worth it. Would not stay here again.

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Park is very neat and well maintained. Good interior gravel roads and level gravel sites. A small dog park in the very front of the park. Good WiFi. sites are long enough for rig and car. Mostly pull-through sites, they do have a few back in sites. No issues with 50 amp or sewer. Small store that has a few basic needs, also some souvenirs. No fire rings, but did have picnic tables. We would stay here again.

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This park is attached to a gold mining attraction. The park itself is small, but neat and clean. Management nice and helpful on the phone and in person. Both pull-through and back-in sites available. We had a back-in site, 50 amp, full hook-up. No issues with any of the utilities. Interior roads paved and easy to navigate. Nice and wide. Sites are partially paved and gravel. Paved where your rig sits. Sites are very long. Some road noise, but didn't bother us, and I am a very light sleeper. Fire rings and picnic tables. Only wish we had been able to spend more time at this lovely little park.

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This was our first time using the Thousand Trails/Encore pass we got for free, when we purchased our motor home. Although the park was pretty, I was not impressed. You have to drive around to find your own site, then report back to them, on which site you took. This was a large campground. 30 amp only, we couldn't even run 1 A/C unit for the heat, kept blowing their circuit breaker. No sewer hookup. No wifi, no cable. Attendants checking you in are friendly, but rushed, as there was a steady stream of campers coming in. I saw other comments on this park, and if you have to pay that much for this park, it is way too much. However, to be fair, everything in the area is overpriced! All sites are back-in only. Lots and lots of trees. Pretty. Dirt site, turned muddy after rain. Lots of pot holes on the interior roads, which are not paved. Again, not impressed and would not stay here again.

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This is a small park, and by no means a resort. Friendly staff and residents. Mostly long term residents, think they have 2 overnight pull through sites. Interior gravel roads, some pot holes. We stayed 4 nights. No cable, but no problems with water, sewer or electric. Level site. Easy on off of I-5. Near Mt. St.Helen's, but a bit of a drive to Mt. Rainier. If you mind a mostly long term residence park, then this park is not for you. We felt safe and would return if in the area again.