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Do not use GPS to find this park. It will not take you anywhere near the park. It is a typical KOA. It is difficult to find and is not right off the interstate. The owner/manager was very apologetic about the GPS sending us in the opposite direction. She said that this had happened frequently. There appeared to be some permanent residents but the park was clean and quiet. The wi-fi doesn't work very well and the cable had very limited channel selections. We were there for only one night as we were enroute to NC.

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A very nice small state park on a lake. We were there on a fall weekend and the park was full. Sites are close but it was easy to get into the park in a 35 ft motorhome. It is very wooded and there are nice sites on the lake. We were in site 37 which was a lake view.

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A hidden jewel in NC. Fall colors were gorgeous. Large level sites and all have fire rings and plenty of scenic views. We were in site 56 which is on the stream. The park is immaculate and the park rangers patrol the park. The bathrooms are new and clean. It is a very quiet and peaceful park. My husband fished in the trout streams. The Hutchinson Homestead is not to be missed. One of my very favorite state parks!

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This park would have received a 10 if our site had been level. If you are 35 ft or longer I suggest you reserve a pull-through site. We had a back in that looked level but we were never able to get our 35 ft MH leveled. Also you are not assigned a site. Upon arrival you go select an available site. Excellent cable with plenty of TV channel selections. No internet service. The sites are good sized and are not crowded. There is a lot to see and do. Mentone is a lovely little town to visit. I would not recommend eating at the Lodge. Mediocre food and bad service. The falls and and the canyon overlooks are very scenic.

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This state park is located on beautiful Lake Jocassee. The park was difficult to get into with our 35 ft motorhome. The road leading into the park is very tight. The sites are very close together and most are not level. The park does not enforce the dog leash rule. We have a small dog and across from our site were four large dogs who were never on a leash. The bathrooms were clean but old and needed updating. THe positive was the lake. We took a pontoon boat tour from a private company and that was the highlight of our stay at Devil's Fork.

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A great location between Franklin and Highlands. Park is also close to the quaint town of Dillsboro. The owner was very helpful and was on site. We had a river view and it was beautiful when we were there in October with the fall foliage changing colors. All the services were excellent and the price includes cable tv and wi-fi. The park is very clean and beautiful with trees. A convenience store and restaurant are next door. There is a large grassy area for your pet. We hope to visit again next fall.

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Ok for an overnight stay. Check-in took sometime. It is close to Custer Battlefield and that is the reason it the only reason we chose to stay there. Site we were given was not level.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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Lady who checked us in was very unfriendly. Campground has several full-time residents. I would not stay at this campground again. Apparently at one time it was a nice KOA but that is no longer the case as evident by the rundown condition of the campground. The only positive was you have water, electricity, and sewer connections.

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A bit difficult to find but a delightful campground when you arrive. Very easy access in/out. Owners live on the well kept campground. Bathrooms and showers very clean. Lovely green space to walk your dog. Lots of wildlife in the park and our site was shady. You will not be disappointed in this spot for an overnight stop.

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Great place for a pull-through off of I-40. No frills kind of place for a one night stop. Very easy on and off the interstate. No bathroom facilities but water and electricity for sites. When we arrived the owner was very helpful in helping us set up. Clean sites and nice green spaces to walk your dog and flowers planted around the sites. Walking distance to restaurants where you don't have to unhook. We will be staying here when we are headed west again on I-40. Plus a great price!

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Great place for a one night stop over. Large pull-through sites with plenty of room for FHU. We didn't have to unhook our tow. The bath and restrooms were immaculate. The check-in and check-out very easy and the owners are very helpful. One note: you do have to look for the road to the KOA. You can see the campground from the interstate but you can easily miss the turn off into it. We have stayed here several times and will stay here again on our way to Florida.

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This park is right off I-10. The sites are all dirt and there appeared to be several permanent residents. It is just OK for one night stay. No Wi-Fi. WiFi is available if you want to go sit in the check-in area. One recommendation would be for the KOA sign to be larger and in a more prominent location. The sign is easy to miss.

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Sites are very tight. We arrived late and the campsite that was reserved could not accommodate a motor home with a tow. The site we were put in was toward the back of the campground and we were squeezed in between two other large motor homes. The only bath house is very small. The positive - it was clean but, I was the first person to bath in it the next a.m. The rate was with the KOA discount. The park would have been a bit nicer if they had not put so many campsites into such a small area. However it was OK for a one night stop over.

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This park was selected due to the National Geographic State Parks books. We arrived at night after a storm had knocked out the electricity. The camping sites are very close together. The road signs into the campground are hard to see after dark. Very small and almost hidden. The ranger was very helpful. This is an older campground that is not as updated as some of the other Florida State Parks.

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New campsites and great pull-through for a 34' motor home with tow. New clean bath house with handicap access. Bike trails, hiking trails, be sure and take the boat ride on the lake. The guide was very informative and entertaining. Arrive early to get your ticket. Lots of alligators, birds, and other wildlife. Would highly recommend this for a winter get away. Sarasota is just a few miles away if you tire of looking at the alligators!