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Hands down, this is one of the nicest full-service RV parks ever. The event and social calendar of free activities is extensive including happy hours twice a week with live music, bocce ball, pickel ball, two heated pools and spas, woodworking shop, etc. EVERYONE we met was very friendly and we quickly established friendships even as short-timers. The grounds are immaculate. The sites in the temporary area near the front of the resort are very spacious. The only comment about the sites is the location of the sewer. It's way to the back of the site. We had to use 3 sections of sewer hose to reach the connection. Utilities work well. Cable is available for a fee from a local provider but we got over 30 TV channels over the air. WiFi is quite strong if you are near the rec center but weakens elsewhere. Make reservations early!

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This is a full-service RV resort with amenities like a pool, pickle ball courts etc. The grounds are immaculate and the hosts at the front gate were particularly helpful. The RV sites are tucked in among aging park models and this is one reason my rating is less than stellar. The park is mostly older park models. We had one other camper near us in a fifth wheel. As a result, the residents tend to stay to themselves inside their homes. For us, it lost the sense of community you get when camping with others who are on the go like we are. The site was gravel with a concrete pad and a spot to park the car. There was no landscaping between sites, but the sites were fairly spacious. A $4 daily resort fee is charged regardless of your use of the facility. We were in town for spring training, so the location was good and our basic needs were met for the several days we were there.

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This is a beautiful RV park located adjacent to the San Antonio River Walk. We were camped in a back in site on the perimeter of the park that had trees and a manicured lawn surrounding the camper. There is a concrete pad with a picnic table. The RV area is gravel and it was groomed and raked prior to our arrival. The swimming pool is very small. The hot tub had a nice temperature. Laundry was inexpensive and the WiFi actually worked!! as well as cable. Location! Location! Location. It is 4 miles from the park along the River Walk to the main attractions and 5 miles in the other direction to 4 different missions. We enjoyed biking this amazing path and saw many people walking. Bus transportation is easily accessible as the stop is right across the street from the resort. Daily passes are $2.75.

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This is primarily a mobile home park. However, don't let deter you from checking it out as a camping option. The mobile homes are very well kept and most are occupied by seniors. The RV part is located at the back of the development in its own section and backs up to undeveloped area giving you wonderful views of the surrounding mountains. The sites are gravel with concrete pads for the picnic table. A unique feature is a large storage shed on each site that was large enough to hold our bicycles and other gear. The office staff is very helpful and one of the permanent residents dropped by to encourage us to participate in some of their organized activities. There are two club houses. One has an indoor pool and spa. The other has an outdoor pool (not heated during the winter). There is a large lending library and everything is incredibly clean. The one concern relates to how tight the road is leading to your site. The space itself was 40' long and there was plenty of room to park our truck behind our fifth wheel. However we had to do some tricky maneuvering to get in and out of the spot. So if you are looking for a good, basic spot to stay while exploring this area, Sierra Vista is worth a look. Also, this is one of the few RV parks where the Wi-Fi actually worked!

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This is hard to rate because the park is so incredibly expensive. However, unless you reserve months in advance, you can't get into one of the national park or forest service campgrounds. The local KOA couldn't accommodate our 37 foot rig. Long story short, we were stuck. Our site, 92, was located on the exterior edge with beautiful woods and a stream around us. The site was gorgeous and quite long. The water and electrical connections were appropriately placed but the sewer connection was uphill and behind the camper. The WiFi connection was OK. The laundry was exceptionally clean but there were only 4 washers. The park was very quiet. Jackson has an elaborate network of paved biking/walking trails and the campground is adjacent to one of the trails. The location in Wilson was ideal for exploring the national park and for enjoying the amenities in Jackson Hole. So, the biggest beef with this park is the price.

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There are two sections to this park. The older section is embedded within a pine forest. The newer section toward the back of the park is mostly gravel. The big rigs fit best in the newer section. Our site, 219, was on the second to the last row. We had great utility hooks up, a level gravel pad, 84 cable channels, and a huge green lawn area. The site is about 50 feet square...huge! Also, we had excellent cell reception and great WiFi connection. The park offers a number of amenities like a pool and hot tub and is adjacent to the Ruby complex that includes gifts, groceries, laundry, etc. The small lake and surrounding pine forest make for a nice setting. The location is ideal for exploring Bryce Canyon. Some of the interior roads are dirt and can be dusty. However campers are respectful and drive slowly minimizing the dust. You won't find another campground of this quality this close to the park.

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There are two sections to this park. The older section is embedded within a pine forest. The newer section toward the back of the park is mostly gravel. The big rigs fit best in the newer section. Our site, 219, was on the second to the last row. We had great utility hooks up, a level gravel pad, 84 cable channels, and a huge green lawn area. The site is about 50 feet square...huge! Also, we had excellent cell reception and great WiFi connection. The park offers a number of amenities like a pool and hot tub and is adjacent to the Ruby complex that includes gifts, groceries, laundry, etc. The small lake and surrounding pine forest make for a nice setting. The location is ideal for exploring Bryce Canyon. Some of the interior roads are dirt and can be dusty. However campers are respectful and drive slowly minimizing the dust. You won't find another campground of this quality this close to the park.

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This campground is conveniently located to all that the Vernal UT area has to offer including Dinosaur National Monument and Flaming Gorge. Someone knew what they were doing when they laid out the campground because you have total privacy and a beautiful view from Every site. We were in a full hook up site on the exterior of the loop and could not see another camper. The camping spaces are asphalt pads and hook up was easy with utilities placed well. Check the campground information about the site length and utilities because there is quite a variance from long pull throughs to shorter back in sites and from full hook ups to electrical only. Some of the sites also have covered picnic tables. The campground is located on the edge of a reservoir that appears to offer decent fishing and boating. While we were there, the water in the reservoir was low because the local farmers rely on the reservoir for irrigation.

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This RV park is in a beautiful location with views of the mountain ranges surrounding the park. Our site was flat, utilities were easy to reach and the park was exceptionally clean and quiet. Many sites are pull through with ample room for your rig plus a tow car. The spaces are a little close together but there was plenty of room for the picnic table and slides out without feeling you were invading your neighbor's space.

     

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Meramec State Park

Sullivan, Missouri

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This is one of the most beautiful state parks in the state of Missouri. The sites are very level and some include 50 amp service with full hook ups. The space between the campers in quite ample, but the space behind your camper is huge with mature oak trees providing excellent shade. The grounds are beautifully maintained and the camp hosts are very accommodating. There is excellent access to the river from the campground and lots to do in the state park including hiking and cave exploring. The only issue we dealt with was cell service. When you are in the campground, there is NO service. However, the bath houses have a strong WiFi signal. You have to drive up the hill toward the camp store and restaurant to get any signal. Also, the sewer connection is behind your camper so be prepared with extra hose.

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We were searching for a one night stay on our travels across Missouri and came across this gem located right on the Osage River near the Lake of the Ozarks. The location was ideal with easy access to the highway. The park is beautifully maintained. They offer 50 amp service and there is a lot of shade. The sites are reasonably wide and level with gravel surface, fire pits and picnic tables. The park has a swimming pool, a boat dock and easy access to the Osage River. You are minutes from "the strip" with all the activities and from major shopping. When you first approach the park, you may be leary of the location due to the proximity to the highway; but the highway noise is not heard in the park as the park is below the highway. We have stayed in other Lake Ozarks parks and would put this one at the top of our list.

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I can echo what the other reviewers have said about this park. We were looking for an easy overnight stop after a long drive from the Great Smoky Mountains. We had easy access off I-55. Staff were very efficient and directed us to our spot. We had a nice, level, pull through site with full hook ups. Most of the campers around us were just using this as an overnight location. The park is immaculate and a great value.

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This KOA is located on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the North Carolina side. The park is surrounded by a stream and campsites have great shade with wonderful trees. Our site was a pull-through concrete pad. It was very long and easily accommodated our 38 ft. 5th wheel plus our truck. The pad was very level and the utilities were very accessible. The sites that are along the stream are back in but appear to be level and have good distance from other campers. The staff was very accommodating and worked with us to adjust our reservation without additional charges. The only negative relates to cell phone service. There is no ATT signal available, but that's not the campground's fault. We relied on WiFi, which was strong while we were there.

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We stayed here for almost two weeks to attend a family wedding in Petaluma. The park was immaculate and offered many amenities for all types of campers...great gravel pads for large rigs with full hook ups, lovely shade sites with room in between, picnic tables, swings, redwood lounge chairs, a pool, a petting zoo, and wonderful views of the hills. The camp hosts were especially helpful when we extended our stay and actually held a site for us so we could move our rig early in the morning. You are have great proximity to Point Reyes National Seashore, Jenner, San Francisco and wineries. This is the best KOA we gave ever stayed in!

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Ruby's Inn RV Park is located about a mile from the entrance to Bruce Canyon National Park. The entire complex includes the camping area, the motel and gift shop and the restaurant. The campground has two sections. The older section is located within a beautiful pine forest. We stayed in a pull through spot in the newer section. Our space was VERY spacious. The park was very clean and we had great views of the surrounding mountains. All utilities including the WiFi worked very well. When making your reservation, discuss your needs (length of spot, shade, how level, etc.) with the reservationist. Some of the spots in the forest looked like they might be a bit challenging for backing into and leveling depending on your type of rig. Ruby's Inn offers a lot of services such as a huge laundry, an evening dinner theater and an enormous gift shop. We would definitely stay here again.