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Our Site (#30) did need some leveling, but we really liked this park. It has a small lake, swimming pool, playground, mini-golf; TV cable, and WiFi that worked OK for us. Good paved roads, and fairly level, gravel sites; not too tight, with grass in between. Some shade, and plenty of open areas (mowed grass, not weeds) to walk dogs. Convenience store with fuel, pizza & ice cream cones. We would stay here again.

     

Casper KOA

Casper, Wyoming

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We chose this park because they had a fenced pet area; only it turned out not to be pet-friendly at all. Yes, they have a small fenced dog run, with dirt & weeds. There are signs stating "Walk Dogs in Pet Area Only" - even the weeds around the trash barrels had a "No Dogs" sign. I ended up walking my dog at a nice City Park 3 blocks away. The park does have level, gravel roads & sites; with dirt & dead grass/weeds in between. We had a long, roomy pull-through. This park would be OK for an overnight, if you don't have pets. We would not stay again.

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Clean park, with good gravel roads & sites; escort to site. Park is on a hillside, but sites are fairly level, long and wide with grass in between. A few sites have shade trees. Country setting - plenty of room to walk dogs. Clean laundry, but very small; only 2 washers & 2 dryers. Only one TV channel, but WiFi worked. We would stay here again.

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Very nice, clean park. Level, gravel roads & long, level, gravel sites. Roads & sites are Big-Rig friendly, long & wide. Plenty of green, mowed, grass (no prickly stuff) to walk dogs. We would definitely stay here again.

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Older campground with mature shade trees and a little creek. Off Frontage road; swing wide to turn into Park, then carefully cross narrow bridge over creek. Pull-throughs are long and wide enough for opposing slide-outs. Some road noise from I-90, which didn't bother us. Open grassy areas for kids and dogs. Very busy on July weekend, better reserve! Friendly, helpful Owners. We would stay here again.

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I don't know if I'd call this Park a "Resort," but it is a nice, clean park. Level, gravel sites, with grass & trees. Sites 43 and 44 are long pull-throughs, with plenty of room for big rigs. Working WiFi, and a soccer field around the corner, which gave my dog a chance to run after many days on a leash. We would stay again.

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Gravel roads & level, gravel sites with shade trees & grass. Pretty little creek next to park. Swimming pool & working WiFi. Roads & some sites tight, but we had Site 62, a long pull-through on the end, which was great. Some long-term residents in back of park had too much junk outside; but we would stay again, especially in Site 62.

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I was hesitant about this park, since it's adjacent to a Trailer Park, but I found it to be very nice. The Trailer Park was older folks with well-kept mobile homes, manicured lawns & flower beds. The RV Park has long, level, gravel roads with Sites that aren't too tight. Mowed grass along side of road for walking dogs. I couldn't connect to the WiFi, but would stay here again, anyway.

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This small park is on a Frontage Rd., just off Hwy. 16, so there is some road noise; but it didn't bother us. We had back-in Site #6, with a pretty view of mountain and glacier from our back window. Fairly level, gravel sites, with grass and some trees. Friendly, helpful owners. Only a few big-rig sites; better make a reservation during busy season. We would stay here again.

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Quiet park just outside Stewart. Level, gravel roads and sites. Sites set up side-by-side, and back-to-back; would be tight if park was full. Plenty of room to walk dogs; nice walk to river, also mountain views. Cable TV; no cell service; Wi-Fi which I couldn't get to work. Small, clean laundry and restrooms. Picnic table and fire ring. We would stay here again.

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Fairly steep gravel entry road, off Cassier Hwy. Sites 1-10 are long, level pull-throughs, with water & electric; plenty of room for big rigs. More back-in sites, also dump. All sites are roomy, with grass and picnic table. Pretty views of lake and mountains. Clean, well-kept park; nice trail to lake. No TV; Wi-Fi was sporadic. We would stay here again.

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Small park adjacent to gas station/convenience Store. Long, level, gravel, pull-throughs with full hookups. Quiet park with trees; plenty of room for big rigs, and walking dogs. No TV or cell; Wi-Fi at convenience store. Was fine for overnight. We would stay again.

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Quiet park just off Richardson Hwy., about 4 miles from Valdez Small Boat Harbor. Level, gravel roads & sites; not too tight. $34 reflects extra charge for WiFi, which worked good. Some trees, and very large area of grass, which was great for walking our dogs. Laundry consists of 1 washer & 1 dryer. Small bath house with unisex restrooms & showers (2 each); which we didn't use. We would stay here again.

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Quiet park about 6 miles outside Seward. Just off hwy., but a little tricky to find; go slow & watch for signs. Rough gravel roads and fairly level, gravel sites; sites not too tight. Park surrounded by trees with creek on one side; views of mountains & eagles. Large areas of grass - good for walking our dogs. WiFi worked, but very slow. We would stay here again.

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Gravel roads & level, gravel, fairly roomy sites. Pretty park on Tolsona Creek, trees & bushes add privacy. Large, open area of grass - good for walking our dogs. Water was a brownish color, like very weak tea. Owner says its fine, but we used bottled water anyway. Mosquitoes were terrible! They swarmed in hordes every time we stepped outside. Because of mosquitos and the brown water, we would not stay here again.