About SubVet SSBN619

Former USN Submarine service. retired from a small independent family non union telephone co. Started Rving again 2 yrs ago. Two big trips were from SC to California. the 1st time 5 weeks and 5000 miles in an old class A the 2nd time 3 weeks and 7400 miles in a slide in truck camper hitting some not all of the National parks in the west. We have stayed at camp grounds, Walmart , Flying J's and other dry camping sites.

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I don't know if the park cleaned the showers and toilet facilities daily or not but they needed cleaning both days we were there. The park is just gravel, no trees but lots of room between campsites. Some campers left things behind and 2 days later they were still there. Someone really needs to checks the sites after campers leave.

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The park was quiet and the manager was a peach. If I'm not there pick a spot we'll handle the money later. she said. The town is really neat and there was a concert the night we pulled in. The deposit for the remote control ($30) was more than the lot rent. Very close to Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse and The Buffalo Ranch. Take some time and explore the city.

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I pulled into the park exhausted, couldn't drive another mile. The price was ridiculous for one night, but I needed power for my refridgerator and CPAP machine. I complained but the guy said, hey this is Jackson Hole! The site was small, water was dripping, electrical outlet was partially broken but was useable. Cable channels were fuzzy. The park was noisy from the traffic from the apartments behind us. If you can find another place to go to I would suggest you try somewhere else. Somewhere where they appreciate your business.

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I pulled in right before a bad storm.The Park Owner ask me if I wanted cable I said yes and she handed me a cable tv box and remote without giving her a deposit fee. Every other place wanted a high dollar deposit fee. Baths and showers very clean. Washers and dryers were handy. Next time we are in the area we will not hesitate to stay there again.

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Stayed one night. Managers were friendly and humorous. Recommended a local pizza place; they must have partial ownership, ha ha. Everyone in town must go there. Good pizza but too expensive. The park was very clean and set up well. Right on the main highway. Only negative was our site was right at the trash bin.

     

Cody KOA

Cody, Wyoming

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We pulled into the park near dark. the young lady said the park was full but they did have an overflow area. So we dry camped. We did get to use our generator. They had free pancake breakfast the next morning so that was a plus. The biggest negative I had was the teenagers that work there were all bickering with each other. We could have done without that.

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We stayed one night. Our lot was under the trees, thank God for trees electric and water dump site available. Showers were under renovation. We did use the washer dryers most worked a couple of units were out of order. We had one of the best views of the Devils Tower. The free movie was of course was Close encounters of the 3rd kind. Has a restaurant on site, Cattle Kate's Cafe. How can you mess up a hamburger and chicken fingers!!

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You drive into the park, 1st impression beautiful. Roads were gravel an fairly wide. Lots were back in but pretty spacious had a concrete patio with 2 person swings. The park had a pond and saw several people fishing. There appeared to be several long term campers there. We stayed at 18 different parks on our 7400 mile trip and this by far was the cleanest and nicest park. GREAT PLACE TO STAY The only negative is they need more exhaust fans in the bathrooms.

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I drove in and parked, went into the building asked about a lot for the night. The receptionist was short and said you have to move your suppose to park over there your taking up customer parking. ( I was a customer) He was rude and sassy. they had to escort me to my site on a golf cart. It was only 2 or 3 spaces away. Really need to learn some manners!!! Other than that the place was top drawer!!!!!!!

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Easy in and out. Picnic tables and treated wood outline your spot along with small trees. Small grassy areas at the back of the store. Nice area to relax inside along with washers and dryers to wash those dirty clothes. Gas (Petro) was high in price and store had supplies for sale. I would go back and stay here even though it's not a Passport America site.

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No frills cash-only gravel RV park not the best part of town. Lots of crumbling and empty buildings on site and off. The town pushes the route 66 theme to the max. Owner was short and to the point. Did not have a warm and fuzzy feeling. Okay for one night but wouldn't stay any longer.

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Winds were terrible. Ripped the roof and awning. Park was one of the cleanest places we have stayed at. Clean restroom and showers,washer and dryers worked! Host and hostess were super friendly; I thought they were the owners at first. They were knowledgeable about the area. The trading post and antique trailers had a lot of picture-taking moments. On-site propane and repair parts trailer was a great time saver.

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We stayed the two times. The park is basically dirt and gravel. There is a large building there that may have been a store in the past . The motel is in shambles and either needs to be torn down or rebuilt. The couple running it are very nice. The park is up for sale. The park needs a complete renovation. Might be a pretty good investment if someone has the funds.