KodiakHouse

  • Review Count 6
  • States Reviewed 6
  • Helpful Reviews 0

About KodiakHouse

Visited 43 states by RV plus 5 Canadian provinces. Favorite states are Utah, Montana and Florida. Nova Scotia is fun too. Prefer roads other than Interstates. Favorite road: highway 24 from Torrey, UT to Hanksville, UT. Of course highway 95 through Dirty Devil and across the Colorado River can't be beat! Favorite campground: Cheyenne Mountain State Park, CO. Close second is Myakka River State Park, FL, tied with Custer State Park, SD. Love my F-150 ecoboost super crew. It's a gentle beast!

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Easy access, just a mile or two from I-77. Just a 5 or 6 sites for transients with remainder occupied full-time. Friendly staff accepts cash only, no credit cards. No CATV but water, electric and sewer service worked well. Convenient for an overnight stop while you're in transit, not much to do out there in the woods. No stores at cg or nearby. Call ahead for availability.

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Rate was off-season with military retiree discount. Regular rate in-season might affect "value" rating I suspect. Densely configured park but it works well. Most sites are pull-through picnic table. Many full-time park models with substantial improvements/additions, all well maintained by retiree-owners. FHU sites with CATV. Strong AT&T and Verizon cell service. Shopping for all needs and tastes withing half an hour, with Walmart & grocery stores less than 5 minutes away. Wonderful rec center back by the kayak launch on Alligator Creek with most extensive take-one, leave-one library I've ever seen, plus fitness equipment, pool tables, etc. BTW, it's called Alligator Creek for a good reason so be careful. Many tourist attractions close by catering to all interests from shell collecting to fishing, golf, and many other sports and intellectual pursuits. There's even a good pistol and rifle range at Babcock-Webb Wildlife Management Area, five minutes away. You almost can't go wrong here and the staff will be most helpful in every way. Good commercial campground.

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Easy access from US-52. Wide entrance in spacious interior. All 10 sites are concrete pull-throughs with water, 30/50-amp electric and sewer service plus a table and fire ring. No CATV and spotty WiFi. Excellent Verizon and AT&T cell coverage and a few digital OTA TV channels. Owners are super friendly and helpful and "went the extra mile" for us several times during our extended stay. Quiet and clean park with nice fishing pond for entertainment and a state park just a mile away for hiking & rock climbing.

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Wonderful location, helpful staff, full & working utilities. Sites just a mite close together but the dirt and dust really ruined our stay here. All campground driveways are dry dust and you can count on a nearly continuous coating from the other campers driving around the park. Too bad, could have been a wonderful place, right on the Snake River, a short walk from camp sites.

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Widely spaced sites on super-wide paved driveways. Drive-through and back-in a piece of cake. Emerald green grass dominates park. Bathrooms cleaner than mom's, free coffee in the morning, all services available. Super efficient check-in (5 lanes to park, don't have to figure out where to abandon the rig), friendly, helpful, seem glad to have you visit for awhile. By far the BEST commercial campground I've EVER visited.(I've crossed continent three times)

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Well laid out commercial campground with concrete islands between sites. Electric, sewer, water, cable worked well. Campground and facilities super clean. Staff helpful and efficient. Great location, easy access, wide driveways. Stayed in the campground, not the resort.