About Vicki K

We are both retired and love traveling in our motor home. Travel with a dog and cat Tow 2014 Honda CRV

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Good paved interior roads, some of the sites are parallel to the road and a lot of sites do not have 50 amp. Our site was one of the parallel sites, and there was plenty of room to park car next to or in front of the rig. We did have to disconnect in order to jockey around to try and get level. The employees were very helpful in helping us and went to get boards to use under the tires and jacks. The clubhouse was large enough for our rally and also had a large kitchen and a couple of pool tables. Cable hook-up included in the price. No issues with electric or water. This is a huge park and part of it is across the street from where you check in. Lots of traffic on that road and noisy at times. Wifi available with extra cost. It is also across the street from Lake County Fairgrounds.

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This is the second visit to this park, and not much has changed. The drainage pond at the rear of our campsite was green with algae and a lot of dead palm fronds, could have used a good cleaning around the area. It was tough to get level in area they use for rallies. There is constant traffic noise. I'm sure that further back in the park it isn't as bad. Good interior paved roads, easy to navigate. Pool was clean and inviting. It was very dark in the park at night, as they didn't turn on the street lights. Sites are grass and not level, but that was in the rally section. Easy hook up for sewer and water, and no issues with either. We would stay here again for a rally.

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This is our second trip to this campground. It had been a couple of years since we were last there, they have expanded to nearly double the size and made a lot of improvements. The staff does their job. If you need a map, you have to ask for it, they do not volunteer any information. The grounds were very well kept, and it's a very pleasant looking park. I didn't know there was a dog run, until I read about it in here. A lot of snow birds, and there were plenty of people enjoying the heated pool. A nice, new billiard room with, what looked like, 2 new tables. A lot of activities going on all the time. However, the big drawback for me is the trains. They run day and night and if you are a light sleeper this is not the place for you. Maybe if you were further back in the park, it wouldn't be as bad, but we were up front and the train horns were very annoying. Good paved interior roads and concrete patios. No picnic tables. Decent free wifi, and they allow 2 devices per password. Shuffleboard, horseshoes also available. The people staying here were all very nice and friendly. We were in the very front, used for short timers and the hookups for water/sewer/elec. for the next site, are right next to your patio. Our neighbor's slide was actually a little over on our patio. Not sure I would stay here again, unless I was in the very back of the park, away from the constant noise from the trains. They go by nearly every hour.

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Paved interior roads, but narrow. Only room for one vehicle, or you have to drive on the grass if other vehicle is on coming. Park is neat and clean, and very friendly service. We were in pull-through, grassy area. Good 50 amp service and no issues with water pressure. We didn't hook up to cable, but it is available. They escort you to your site. Our nightly rate was based on rally rate. No patio, no picnic table. Fire rings are not allowed on campsite, there are 2 for common use in the park. Sites are pretty close together, and our first night there, neighbors had a loud barking dog. Not much privacy if you have a group of people, as the sites are so close. But, if in Florida in the winter, it is difficult to find a reasonably priced park, especially one this neat and clean at this price. We would stay here again.

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The staff was very friendly and accommodating, we asked for a pull through site at the last minute and they found one without making a fuss. It was wonderful! It's a large over 55 park, mostly park models, with a section for RVs. Paved roads, and gravel parking area, with a concrete patio that ran almost the whole length of the rig. Good WiFi. No real shade, but it was fine with us, as we used the satellite for TV. There is no cable. Good electric/sewer/water hookups. We would stay here again without hesitation.

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The park has a lot of park models and rents them out as well as sells them. Large park with nice club house and small store. Interior roads are paved, but can get a bit tight in some spots. We had no problems with utilities and would stay here again if in the area.

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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 fit 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!

     

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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.