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Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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Great, clean and quiet park. $ 35 + tax for 2 -- Good Sam and AAA members pay $ 31 + tax for 2 guests. We met the new owner (experienced RVer) who takes over in November, so many upgrades expected. Accommodates all RV sizes, including big rig pull-thrus. Did I mention quiet? It was great, not having kids in the pool at all hours! Long, level sites, clean facilities, and park is close to town. Great OTA TV and wi-fi signals. Daily rates only, so no long term stays allowed. Easy walk to several eateries and local grocery.

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Immaculate! Nothing better. Oasis in the desert, with many. many mature trees that make a canopy to cover your rig and site. Level, concrete pads. Easy access and plenty of parking for my F250. Only complaint: Water was hard to reach via the ground faucet. Park even has a dog wash station. Pristine bathhouse/restrooms. Grounds are tidy and well maintained. Superb CATV and wi-fi. Easy access to town, eateries, Walmart, gas, etc. Best access point to Zion NP.

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What a sweet park! Easy access from either IH 25 or 10. Wide, wide access drive to your site. Easy checkin, called 1 day in advance, no credit card needed, and they gave us a WONDERFUL site with grass for the night. Perfect for our 37' TT. Friendly ladies at checkin. Park has many longTerm guests, but all rigs are neat and uncluttered. Very nice park!

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This has been another FANTASTIC stay at Camp Three Forks (see 2015 for park details). Owners and park hosts worked tirelessly to improve grounds and ensure we had a pleasant RVing experience. Mom & Pop park with no affiliations basically gives EVERYONE a great discount vs area competitors. Many low-hanging limbs have been trimmed which was concerning some big rigs. Newly updated 50-amp, extra-long sites in back of park, can accommodate up to 45' coach with toad. 14 FHU sites; easy access dump station reserved for registered guests. Owner takes great pride in keeping grass watered and landscaping was always lush. Park rules are clearly outlined at check-in and observed. Inexpensive firewood, ice and ice cream for sale. We used this as home base to travel to: Glacier, Phillipsburg, Yellowstone, Virginia City, and ALL places in-between. Days are mild and nights are cool, making this a great retreat from the 100+ degrees in Texas. Our 4th visit; we vacationed here several weeks in July-August and will be back next year!

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Arrived at this sweet RV park late in the day during a cold rain, and after a long days drive. We were greeted by smiling park owner Maryjo, and husband Marty escorted us to our level site. Great 50/30 amp FHU and dog friendly park. Easy access from IH-90, exit 309. Will definitely stay again.

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Rate reflects $175/week if paid in cash. Regular rate is $35/night. Don't be turned off by appearances. Stayed here a week while visiting E. Glacier, Browning and surrounding areas. The other RV park in Cut Bank only has water/elec...this park is FHU, the only one in this area. New owner is refurbishing the mobile homes in this park to accommodate long term residents. There are several, very nice/new one room cabins onsite. The owner is very nice and accommodating. Spaces are very wide, with somewhat unlevel grass, but each has ample gravel parking for your tow vehicle. Electric hookup is at rear, so we moved RV back and still reached water/sewer hookups midcoach. Wi-fi is a bit week; cable is down and no OTA signal. Verizon signal strong. Restrooms are extremely clean and spacious. Double curtained showers, each with a seat and ample hooks for hanging. Laundry is next door to bathrooms. Owner is considering hiring work-kampers to help with park upkeep. This will be a very nice park with just a few appearance tweaks to improve curb appeal. Definitely a 'no frills' park, but for the rate and tremendous views towards Glacier, it can't be beat!

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Very nice looking KOA. Great grounds and nice layout. Sites fairly level. We used FHU and all worked fine. Easy check-in. Nice kids playground area. My only complaint: for $40, there's terrible wi-fi, 3 channels OTA that didn't work, and NO CATV. This KOA is highly overpriced and over rated for lack of support services.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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Very nice park, level sites, clean, but expensive, even for for KOA. Prices vary depending on services you want (electric only or FHU) and the season you visit. Large dog walk areas, and the office makes pizza/wings in the evenings. Easy access from I-70. Lots of overnighters, and a few long-term campers. Good CATV and wi-fi. Good for one nite layover.

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Stayed 2 nites at this older, but very nice RV park, about 2.5 miles south of Downtown. Marc and Jane are the best and try thier best to accommodate most every request. There's room for big sized rigs, and there's lots of trees, so let them know when you reserve that you have satellite on your roof. Park caters to some full timers, working crews and good amount of overnighters. No trashy rigs, and the park is well maintained. CATV is a bit iffy on some channels. Clean showers/laundry. The greatest wi-fi signal I've had at any park! The special secret is AB BBQ, made on site, and all home cooking. Jane's pies are great and the ribs fall off the bone. Locals come to get their BBQ, so you know it's good! Will definitely be back next time in Cheyenne.

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Arrived late after driving all day and found this park. Note there's nothing else for miles. Rundown, but barely usable park has muddy and unlevel, rutted dirt/mud sites. 50/30 amp hookups ok. Used Dropbox for cash payment. Called owner to get secure wi-fi code. There is a bathhouse, but didn't inspect. There's NO cable, although listed on the website and RV Parky. Okay for a late night arrival, but only if no other options are available.

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We drove up to this park, after calling to see if there were sites available. WOW!!!! Nothing more than a muddy cow pasture with utility pedestals. No showers, nothing except an adjacent rodeo arena. One rig parked there...looked like rather shady characters, so we moved on up the road. Website is nice, but doesn't show any photos. We should have used Google Earth to actually view the property before driving here. Suggest you do the same.

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Immaculate and perfect in every way. Easy access off US 84, quick check-in, easy hookup, clean restrooms/laundry, and good wi-fi/CATV. Perfectly level gravel site. Owners live on property, and just a phone call away for any concerns. This was our 2nd visit, and will stay again if in Lubbock area.

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Park successfully hosted yet another Texas Ramblin' Roses RV rally, with 22 rigs and 3 cabins. Wonderful staff, wide and long pull-thru sites, great cable, wi-fi, and full hookups. They even have pickle-ball courts and a putting green. Curbside trash pickup by 10am. Just outside of Kerrville and easy access off IH-10. A great location for rallies, or just family getaways.

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What a wonderful park for our RV Club's rally of 31 rigs of all sizes! Rally rate of $34/night included FHU, wi-fi and cable TV. Manager and staff went out of their way to support us, from providing firewood, free ice, and a spacious rally room. Clean restrooms and laundry. We used 31 gravel sites, all located near the groups activities. No park noise and quiet full-timers. Will definitely come next year!

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Rate reflects Rally Rate for 40+ rigs. Park is easy to access off State Hwy 29, and is located on the southeast side of Lake Buchanan by the spillway of Buchanan Dam in Burnet, Texas. Easy check-in, but ensure they assign a site that fits your rig. Many sites have trees; all are fairly level gravel/sand combo with grass, some very near lake access. Very nice cabins. A few long-term RVers, who are neat and well maintained. Nice laundry and restroom/showers, with ADA-compliant access. Wi-fi is weak in spots, but solid at the clubhouse. Office has some emergency supplies. Full hookups (30 & 50 Amp) and easy connections; no cable and scant OTA reception (1 channel). We used the clubhouse for our rally which offered full kitchen, tables/chairs, and outside BBQ pits--very nice! They have VERY strict pet rules to protect all guests, so read those before your arrival. Website offers many discount options. Will definitely visit here again!