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Good park. All utilities and amenities were fine. Far enough from the highway for quiet. Excellent wifi. Nice staff. Extensive road construction in area that is not near complete. Get info on best route to park.

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This campground may be a work in progress, I hope so. It is a wonderful wooded setting. No Wi-Fi. Utilities worked but hardware was questionable. A couple miles south of I-70 and was VERY quiet. To get there, however, the road was dusty and rough including potholes. The campground entrance road also needs work. Nice people. If you are self contained and want peace and quiet this is the place.

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Good Wifi. Good utilities, some good sites. Dirty showers. Made reservations but you would not know it. No one in office. Would not stay here again.

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Good travel stop or base camp. Utilities worked, wifi good, restrooms/shower dated but clean. Security gate. Convenient to Dodge City and Walmart/grocery.

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In 3 years of extensive RVing, this is our first KOA. As seniors we do not need the extensive amenities/cost. This was, however, THE choice in La Junta. The park was fine on all levels although a tad noisy at times. Site was level, utilities were fine. Had no WiFi at the site the first day. Second day went to rec room and had slow but usable service. That evening and the next morning it worked. When it did not work I went to the office twice and one of the young people was supposed to come to our trailer. Never showed up. This was a bit frustrating.

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Good park for a base camp. Convenient to the 2 area highways. Utilities worked fine although some are inconvenient (had to lead water hose under trailer). WiFi was very good. Site was level. Many seasonals from Texas and Oklahoma who have come year after year. Activities and potlucks.

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This is a "base camp" park. Site was level, utilities worked although the sewer was to the front which was not compatible with our trailer. Wifi is excellent. We do not use TV. The entrance is a tad uncomfortable as it is squeezed between a gas station and a right turn lane from a side road. Be aware! It was very quiet considering the in-town location. Convenient to all shopping necessities. Restrooms could use updating but were clean.

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Right off I-40 and on "historic" Route 66. All systems worked well except wifi which was frustrating at times. Site surface is pea gravel take care as our plastic chocks moved a bit when unhitching, sliding on the gravel. All Gallup, NM, is near the railroad but sound was minimal. Park is near the municipal airport which is lightly used. Park is convenient as a travel stop.

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No pool/playground, quiet, outstanding landscape, customer service is A1. Wifi was top-notch. Great location as a base camp to visit the mountains, forests, ruins, and the art community of Silver City. We filled a week with no problem. If nothing else watch the sunsets. I usually use a 7 rating for a park that does what it says. This park gets a 10 as it does it perfectly. A second wash machine and dryer would have been nice but obviously I am reaching for a problem. It is not a resort but a wonderful RV park.

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Good sites with good shade considering the desert environment. Utilities were good although the water pressure could vary. Manager and work campers are nice and conscientious about keeping the park in very good condition. Wifi was troublesome. It was on and off at our site although the community building could be used in a pinch. This is an excellent base camp for natural and historic sites. Four wildlife refuges within a reasonable drive, Salinas Mission sites about an hour, and you can get the train in Belen for a trip to Albuquerque or Santa Fe. I-25 follows the Rio Grande River as did El Camino Real the historic Spanish road. Signage in an out of the community building advocates a pro-firearms agenda. We saw no one carrying a firearm, however, in our month at Kiva. The rate shown is daily based on monthly rate. Electricity was $90 for the month that had daily highs in the upper 90s. Our unit ran 6-8 hours per day.

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Located just on the New Mexico side or the CO-NM border. Multi-level as is not unusual in the mountains but it seemed easy to navigate with large rig w/towed. Utilities, restrooms, check-in were all good. Café was not open due to a shortage of employees.

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This park would be heaven for city kids (with your credit card). Animals, playground, a different world. As an overnight camp, with PPA, it is acceptable. Utilities, restrooms/showers (in main building), check-in, were all good. Road and train noise were not a bother. The restaurants are not cheap but they are convenient.

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The sites are pull through and generous but it is a lot with no shade. It is net to a busy highway with the expected noise. Utilities are fine, service is very good, and the facilities are first rate. With passport $$ the compromises were easy to accept.

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Arrived mid afternoon office closed. Window direction said pick a site and the office would open at 8am and someone would come around to collect. There were registration slips and envelopes. We left a check for the posted amount. Sites are a mixed bag from good to unusable except for maybe a tent trailer. Utilities were fine. A new maintenance employee did meet us an pointed out the number to call if we had a problem. Park is next to I-90 so expect some noise.

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A bit of highway noise but that is the only negative about this park. Nice shade sites and the utilities were fine. Very nice people.