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Friendly check-in. Long and spacious gravel pull-through sites with large grassy sitting area. Lots of shade, beautiful! Only noise we heard was some US-30 road noise in the early morning. During the day and evening rather quit. And yes, you can hear cows in this farming area ... Wi-Fi excellent!

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Friendly staff at check-in. Pull-through sites are gravel and spacious with some shade. Grassy sitting area with picnic table. Restrooms clean, laundry $1.50, dryer $1.00. Park is situated along highway 26, but there is hardly any traffic. No noise problems. We had a nice dinner in the park restaurant. Wi-Fi excellent. We can advise you to stay here.

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First things first: what a horrible roads in the campground on rows E, F and G. You pay 57 dollars per night and you get 57 deep potholes in return before you reach your site! This is a shame! That being said, the staff is very friendly. The back-in sites are almost level, but very short and narrow. The RV of your 'backdoor' neighbor, is almost touching your RV and the sitting area is about 100 sq. feet. But you have little choice in Yellowstone... No phone coverage, no Wi-Fi.

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Not many campgrounds to choose from in Idaho Falls, so we picked the best one around, according the reviews. The park is situated in the industrial part of town, next to highway 20, interstate 15, railway and airport. But amazingly, the noise was not that bad. The wind direction was obviously favorable during our stay. Very friendly and helpful staff. Sites are narrow and the back-in sites are 'paired' and have a common electrical connection pole and water connection in the middle of the two back-in sites. So one of the two must connect via underneath the RV. Swimming pool was clean and pleasantly warm. Wi-Fi was slow and unreliable, with the excuse of the owner that the campground was fully occupied. Dear owner(s), if you provide Wi-Fi, provide it for everybody staying in your campground, whatever season. There are many ways to prevent people streaming movies. Good campground for overnight stay.

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If you want to stay here to only visit the Grand Teton NP, don't. You'll be better off in Jackson. It's cheaper and takes far less travel time to the various beautiful spots in the Teton park. We actually tried to book Colter Bay, but according the staff you are being automatically transferred to this campground when Colter Bay is full. Check-in very efficient and friendly. Sites are quite level for a park in the woods. Sites vary quite a bit in size. Roads in the park are very sandy and passing traffic is leaving clouds of dust behind. Lots of tourists are tenting or staying in the cabins and have to make use of the few restrooms and showers. That is noticeable, restrooms and showers are not that clean. Sewer connection was two feet above ground level, what made dumping an adventure. No phone coverage or Wi-Fi for miles around. Campground is way overpriced.

     

Fillmore KOA

Fillmore, Utah

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Very nice park, just far enough away from the interstate to be quit. Many trees providing shade on your site. Perfect place to stay overnight.

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Small park in the industrial part of town. That's it. The park itself is nice (compliments to the owners), many trees, level sites in various sizes and clean restrooms and showers. But don't look beyond the fence. You have to have absolutely no other choice to go elsewhere, to stay overnight at this place. The park is situated between a business road and interstate 80 and next to railway tracks. All this is especially obvious during night hours. As we are not noise addicted, we won't come back.

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Efficient check-in by friendly ladies. Very large park with a reasonable amount of good sized RV spots, all back-in. Pavement in the park is in very good condition. The sites are level, but elevated above roadside and very steep over a short distance. Good assistance is given by a staff member to avoid rear bumper damage of your 5th-wheel. The RV parking is on the gravel part of the site and there is a small concrete sitting area. No picnic table. Many activities (possible) during the day and almost every night live music / entertainment in the main building. Large outdoor and indoor swimming pool and very large hot tub. All very clean. The restrooms (only situated in the main building) are clean. There are numerous washing machines ($1.25) and dryers ($0.75) available. Own postbox offered at no charge at the post office. One disadvantage: garbage is collected only twice a week and there is no dumpster in the park. For park model owners this will be no problem, but we had trouble storing our garbage until collection day. Cable signal quality is reasonable and park Wi-Fi is offered by LinkNGo. One hour free per day at your site, free in the main building. Otherwise $14 per week, $30 per month. We stayed much longer in this park than originally planned!

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Friendly and helpful check-in. The large gravel sites are level. Interstate 17 traffic noise is mostly blocked by a high wall. Airport (light) airplane noise is not annoying and hardly present after sunset. Easterly winds will blow the compost smell of a nearby earth recycling company across the easterly part of the campground. Restrooms, showers, pool and hot tub are very clean. Washers are expensive ($ 2.25 to $ 2.75) and dryers also, $ 0.25 per 5 minutes. No cable, but channels over the air of good quality. One big disadvantage is that Wi-Fi is provided by (paid) Tango internet. No promotion code given. Wi-Fi connection was good and fast.

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Efficient check-in by a somewhat bored young man. The gravel spacious sites are mostly level. It's a quit campground with a separate part for long termers. Restrooms, showers, hot tub and small indoor pool are clean. Washers and dryers all working and not expensive. Cable TV is good and so was the Wi-Fi during our stay !! We will be back.

     

Moab KOA

Moab, Utah

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Check-in stand-offish. One staff member was very friendly, the other staff members couldn't produce a smile at all. Probably (and hopefully) end-of-season-illness. Unfortunately this was the only campground with space available for us during our stay in this area. If you are a light sleeper and don't switch on your air-conditioning at night, bring ear plugs ! The road noise is very irritating. The noise of the tires on the road is enormous. If you have to stay overnight, ask for a spot as far away as possible from the road. As for the rest the campground is pretty standard KOA. Expensive shady spots and somewhat cheaper spots without shade (and closer to the road). The unisex restrooms and showers are old, but clean. Pool was closed. Wi-Fi connection was unpredictable. Sometimes an acceptable connection, other times not able to even log-in. We surely will stay at another campground in this nice busy town next time.

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Turned out to be the only campground in Moab to have a space left for us for a couple of days. It wasn't at the top of our list, but next time it will be. What a nice and quit (favorable wind direction?) campground. We camped also for a couple of days at the campground just across the street, but there the road noise was much louder. The large pull-through site (not level) was wide enough for parking the pickup besides our 5th-wheel. Our space was on the last row, farthest away from highway 191 in the 'old' part of the campground with large trees providing shade. The new part is open also with no shade at all. Restrooms and showers were very clean and laundry (expensive $ 2 for a wash) is open 24 hrs. Wi-Fi was good during our stay and cable a little distorted.

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Check-in by a somewhat surly lady, we could not make her produce a smile. When you are viewing the campsite on Google Maps and see highway 40, an airport and the railroad nearby, don't worry. The road is quit during the night, the airport has only a few movements of private jets during the day and the railroad is running through a 100 ft deep valley behind the airport. No problems here. If you are making a reservation, ask for a site far away from the natural gas pipeline maintenance workers! They have the annoying habit to start their diesel trucks at 5 AM (yes: 5 AM), right below your bedroom window, leave them running for 15 minutes and then drive away to work. The 'quit hours' obviously don't count for them. Restrooms and showers are very clean, but the all doors inside are only 3 feet high, from your knees to your chest. And one men's restroom and one women's restroom had no door at all, we never saw that before. The Wi-Fi antenna is on the office building, so the signal strength is very much depending on the distance to the building and the number of RV's in between. We had a very weak signal at our site, but near the office Wi-Fi is very good.

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What a beautiful campground just outside the nice village of Grand Lake, very close to the West entrance of Rocky Mountain NP! Spacious gravel sites with grass and trees all around. Wildlife viewing at your site, in our case a moose crossing the campground. About half the number of sites have no sewer connection, only water and electricity (like our site). Dumpsite available. Restrooms and showers were clean. Large TV-room and game room. Wi-Fi signal is weak in the park, you have to go to the office or TV-room for good connection, but you take that for granted in a park like this. After all we were lucky that the RV-parks on the East side of the mountains were fully booked! The prices are ridiculous over there, in Estes Park up to $70 a night. Are they cleaning your bathroom and changing the sheets for that price? We know for sure, next time again on this side of the mountains.

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Staff is friendly and helpful. During our stay the park turned out to be a very busy and overcrowded place. Many families with (small) children, outnumbered only by the quantity of dogs, so you can definitely say the park is pet friendly. Two pools were not enough to accommodate all the swim enthusiasts. The 'Standard' sites are fairly level but rather small. There are larger sites available (close to the road), with prices up to $60 a night. Traffic noise is very audible during the night. Speed limit in the park is apparently for guests only, not for (cleaning) staff. Wi-Fi signal strength was fair, but the speed very slow.