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We stayed here while visiting Mammoth Cave National Park, about 15 minutes away. Access from the interstate is easy but the entrance road is somewhat steep when entering the park. The park is set on the side of a large hill with the parking spaces and roadways terraced into the hill. I liked the unusual layout. The roads approaching and exiting the park are asphalt. The interior roads are gravel. Our site had a large puddle in front of our door that required me to relocate slightly after it rained. The dump station on the exit road is located on the curb side, the wrong side for my trailer. I could connect with a long hose but the outlet on my trailer was on the high side, so that the tank would not completely drain. I had to exit the park then re-enter in the opposite direction so that the sewer connection would be on the downhill side.

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We arrive late, just as the park manager was leaving for the evening. She told us the park was full, but she would let us park adjacent to the office in a graveled area. We had a 30 amp electric, but no water or sewer. (which works fine for our self contained trailer)

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We stayed here one night on 4th of July weekend. The park was almost full when we arrived late. It had been raining so everyone's firewood was wet. Smoke was so bad that we closed our windows and vents and ran the AC. Our site was water & electric. There was no CATV. We could not connect to the WIFI. Cell service was adequate to use as a hot spot to access to the internet. Access roads inside the park are good. the sites were easy to back into. The toilet building is not adequate for the number of people using it.

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We stayed here one night on the weekend before the 4th of July so our experience may not be typical. The park was 100% full. Children were running free, unsupervised. There were a lot of campfires with a lot of smoke. Fireworks were exploding in and around the park until almost midnight. The roads within the park are all one way. The dump station is located on the wrong side of one of these roads so that I had to go against the normal traffic flow to dump. There is a book exchange in the laundry area. There was a pancake/sausage breakfast. Access from I-29 is easy.

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We stayed here while visiting the Badlands National Park. The campground is located just a few blocks from downtown Wall, SD, withing walking distance of tourist area and restaurants. CATV, water, and electric were located exactly where the should be. We did not use the internet since it was very slow to connect. The husband/wife managers were friendly, but very busy. I would stay here again if I visit the area.

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We stayed here one night. Check in was quick and easy, but no escort to our site. We were in a 30 amp water, elect, CATV, pull through that was barely long enough for our 57' combined rig. Road noise from the adjacent road was noticeable, but not horrible. CATV was good. We did not use campground internet. We would stay here again.

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We stayed 3 nights while visiting Yellowstone and Grand Tetons NP. I would stay here again. Our site was paved but had a severe slope, rear to front about 2'. I could not level my trailer since I did not have adequate blocking. The locals brought 8" wood blocks for their tongue and front stabilizer jacks. Mosquitoes were the worse I have encountered anywhere (Alaska, Louisiana swamps, Florida Everglades, SC lowlands, etc) We could not set outside after dinner. The park is a beautiful place. A less expensive alternative for the west Yellowstone area, 20 minutes west of the park entrance.

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We stayed here one night, and moved just outside the park 3 additional nights. I would not recommend this facility. The Fishing Bridge RV Park is over rated, crowded, just not worth the hassle. We came in mid day then left early the next morning. Never will I stay here again. Though it is located conveniently near the center of Yellowstone, it is not the camping experience we thought it would be. The sites are so small that I could barely get my 25' trailer and pickup truck parked. My truck was less than 2' from the neighbors trailer while less than a 1' from my trailer. If I would have deployed my awning it would have encroached on the neighbor on the other side. There is no piece and quiet because of the tightly packed sites and the number of people there. The sewer hookup was so high I could not drain my tanks and had to use the dump station at the entrance. There was no cell phone, no antenna TV reception, and no internet access. When looking at the general cleanliness of the landscape withing the RV park, there were small pieces of paper, plastic, drink containers, etc lying everywhere. I was disappointed to say the least!! Stay somewhere else, unless you like packed in crowded conditions.

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We stayed here one night. The managers were really friendly and helpful. We stayed in a pull through site which was very tight with neighbors on both side. The pull through sites alternate direction so your door faces your neighbors door on one side. There was only one picnic table for us to share. This campground had the best equipped and cleanest laundry facility that we have seen anywhere.

     

Butte KOA

Butte, Montana

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We stayed one night while traveling to another destination. We were warned to lock up everything or stow it out of site. Security during the night has been an issue. A guard was on duty until 2am. We had no problems. There is some road noise since the park is adjacent to the interstate, but it was tolerable to sleep after 11pm. We ran a fan while we slept to drown out the road noise. Fireworks were shot randomly in the adjacent neighborhood, not at the KOA; that also went on until 11pm.

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We stayed here one night. No RV sites are adjacent to the lake. Our site was easily accessed, but has a steep slope to the table and fire ring. Our site had 30 amp electric. No other utilities. Water and dump station had good access. There were a few broadcast TV stations.

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I stayed here 3 days while visiting Glacier National Park. The campground is about 10 minutes south of the Two Medicine park entrance. The daily rate is $25 plus tax for all sites. All sites have water, sewer, electric. The Wi-Fi will support only one computer at a time. My wife and I could not sign in at the same time. There is no CATV or broadcast TV. There are 4 back-in sites and 3 pull-through. The back-in sites have 30 amp. I first pulled into a pull-through 50 amp site. When I looked at the pedestal only had a 30 amp plug, but had a 5o amp breaker. I used my tester and multi-meter to find that the pedestal was wired incorrectly, with an open neutral in addition to the overpowered 30 amp outlet (VERY DANGEROUS). I checked the 50 amp pedestal on the adjacent site and found it to be similar. I notified the manager, but did not see that a repair was made. IF YOU STAY ON A PULL-THROUGH SITE BE VERY CAREFUL!!! The 50 amp sites are 120 volt, not 220 volt. On the positive side; the manager was super friendly and very helpful, gasoline is available at the motel, rental cars are available at the motel, there are restaurants (rustic but good) within walking distance. I would stay here again in the 30 amp back-in sites, but I would not use the pull-through sites.

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We stayed here one night, unexpectedly due to bad weather (high wind) conditions. The managers (husband and wife owners) were very friendly and treated us well. Every site is a pull through, and some are over 75' long. Roads and parking areas are gravel. Water, sewer, and electric services are available at the center every site. Some sites are 30 amp, some are 50 amp. Every sewer connection is about 12" above grade. I had some difficulty dumping my waste tanks. There is no CATV. There are no TV broadcast channels available. I had one bar on AT&T phone. Internet was better than average for a campground, though the night we were there there were only 5 other campers using the service. The train track is just on the other side of highway US-2 from the park. Freight trains passing about once per hour are definitely noticeable, but no more than the highway noise. It did not affect our sleeping. I would stay here again while passing by.

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We stayed two nights. The water front inside the park is very pretty, with gorgeous sunsets over the water. Roads within the park were gravel and full of puddles, except for the old concrete highway that has been incorporated into the park roads. Some of the sites had puddles in the parking areas (rain the night before) but seemed to support the campers that were there. My site was grass and dirt, with no gravel on the parking area. The park was 100% full while we were there. Make reservations!! The electric pedestal on my site did not have both 30 and 50 amp RV plugs. My site had 20 & 50, but I needed 30. I had to purchase a 50 to 30 adapter at a local hardware. When we arrive the dumpster were overflowing, to the point of trash being stacked beside the dumpsters. Next day it had been cleaned. More trash disposal facilities are needed. The bathhouse is elevated a few feet higher than the surrounding area. Vehicles in the parking area adjacent to the toilet can block the approach to the dump station occasionally, especially in the morning when people are showering and people are trying to depart. The park office sells green/wet firewood. Bring your gas mask. The campfires were really smoky. I would have rated this park higher had except for the excessive smoke.

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This is a city park with a playground, picnic tables, and a beach, literally a couple blocks from downtown. There is a fishing pier adjacent to the campground. Locals walk or drive down from their homes to the beach, park, and pier. It is a clean nice place I would bring my family. Food and shopping is near by. There is Internet, (password from the camp host) but I did not use it. All sites are water and electric. Access in and out is good. The dump station is not level.