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One of the few parks we rate as a 10. Very clean, well cared for, open, and easy to navigate, even for big rigs. The campground is less than 10 miles from Canon City, near the turn off to Royal Gorge. The park entrance is just off the highway. Price is a rally rate for 7 nights. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The host escorted us to our site and helped us park. He then cleaned the picnic table and made sure the electric was ready for us to connect. The entire park is gravel as is the site space for the rig. We stayed at a "premium" site that had a patio and concrete walk. They have a clubhouse and a very nice outdoor patio for meetings/gatherings. This is the nicest campground in the area, highly recommended.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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This park is a little older and a little worn, but still a decent place to spend the night. The park is mostly gravel, including the sites. There are a few significant potholes in the roads that will really rattle the dishes. The spaces are big enough to handle a big rig and not need to disconnect the TV/toad. This is one of the few parks we found in this part of Colorado that was full hooks and met our minimum ratings. The sites are a little close and have no shade. Verizon coverage was great. The park is easy enough access but you could miss the turn off the street if you weren't watching closely. Turn at the Pizza Hut and go down a street that turns to gravel to get to the park entrance which sets back from the road about 500 yards.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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A clean and well maintained park in very good condition. We stayed one night while headed to Colorado. The roads were gravel in very good condition and our site had a level concrete pad for the 5er. The campground is easy to get to off of the interstate. We were escorted to our site and they helped with parking. The roads were set up to handle a big rig, a little close but no problem to navigate with our 36' 5er and truck. They have a well stocked store with both RV parts/accessories and general supplies. Verizon cell service was great. Overall a very good campground to either ovenight or spend several days. A recommended stay.

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Very nice, clean park with gravel roads and gravel pad at site. The rest of the site was sand and grass. Several pine trees throughout the park. They have a camp store where you check in and a small lodge/bar that serves great local beers and fantastic food, the servers are very friendly. They have some pull-thru sites and several back-in sites. Some of the back-in sights are very tight for a placing a 36' 5er because of the placement of the trees, but we managed, other sites are more open. Wifi is available in some areas, Verizon coverage is non-existent, you can find an open spot through the trees for satellite if you have a portable dish. Laundry area was clean but small, 2 washers and 2 dryers. Overall a great place and very enjoyable; highly recommended.

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The previous Jan 2016 review pretty much nailed it. You have to drive thru two other parking lots to get to the campground entrance, but the route is well marked. The spaces are very close together, think "rally style" camping. This is an ok place to stay and was located at the right place during our trip to give us a park to overnight in.

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This park has several seasonal residents but park is maintained well and clean. Located on the north side of town off of the main north/south street, it can be missed if not watching for the small sign. The park was quite and located far away from the many dairy operations on the south side. There are individual combination shower/bathroom rooms that are spotless. They have a few pull thru sites that are easy access. This is a great place to spend the night. The staff is super friendly and helpful, but the office is only open in the afternoon. However, they do answer the phone throughout the day.

     

Casey KOA

Casey, Illinois

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Nice park with easy access from the interstate. Roads and spaces are gravel with lots of trees. The long driveway from the road to the campground has several pot holes that need to be filled. The park was very clean, we were escorted to our space and they assisted with parking. The price is a little high for the area, but overall a very nice stay.

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Nice basic park, they are adding more spaces, with adequate room between them. Park is easy to get in and out of. The owner was very helpful and friendly, this was an enjoyable stopover.

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This is a new park with all concrete pads and large concrete streets. Some of the pads have grass between the but others are just red clay, they have not had a chance for grass to grow yet. It had just rained heavy so the sites without grass yet were mud pits. They have a very nice and large social building / office. There are two big negatives to this park, first it is literally on the service road next to I-40, LOTS of interstate noise. The other issue is getting into / out of the service road from the street, it can be a bit cramped if cars are accessing the street from the service road (I had to curb the wheels on the 5er) and a pain with traffic to get back onto the street to get back on I-40. Overall a nice facility, but too many issues for us to visit again. In another location and with better access this would be a great park.

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Very clean and well maintained park. Most of the lots are pull-thru and are big rig friendly, there are some back-in sites around the edge of the park. The sites are level well packed gravel with grass between them and a picnic table. They average at least 20' of grass between the gravel pads. We liked the park and area so well we stayed an extra two days. Wifi is not the fastest, but Verizon has an excellent signal here and the park is satellite friendly.

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This is in a very wooded section of the wilderness around the falls on the Tahquamenon River. The park is divided into four camp areas, two around the upper falls and two around the lower falls. Some of the sites are very short and some of them are pull thru to handle longer rigs, be sure to check the site specs on the web site. Camp areas are somewhat level with gravel, dirt, and some grass. Reservations are made thru the Michigan DNR site, not Reserve America. There is very limited cell service in the area and way too many trees for satellite reception, the perfect place to get away and disconnect. The park and area is beautiful with lots of trails to hike and things to see.

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Nice older state park. Not the most big rig friendly but a few of the sites handle one OK. There are only about 6 sites that have 50amp service, the rest are 20 or 30amp. The restrooms and the showers were NOT clean, a pressure washer would work wonders. The spaces are not terribly level, they're gravel with grass growing in them. Lots of big trees with lots of shade. We stayed here while visiting friends in the area.

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Overall a great place to stay while in the St. Louis area. The park operators are friendly and helpful. Note there are no restrooms or showers. At this time, they are not able to take credit cards so this is cash only for stays shorter than a month. We have stayed here two times in as many months and will stay again when in St Louis.

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A clean and well maintained park with pull-thru sites. The campground is divided into 30amp and 50amp areas with gravel pads and grass between the pads. The roads are both gravel and asphalt. It's a great park but is it very close to the interstate and Very noisy when sleeping. We had to turn on the A/C unit in the bedroom to drown out the traffic; hence, the slightly lower rating.

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Long pull thru level gravel sites. Restrooms and showers were very clean. As mentioned in the other reviews, the roads are steep but are asphalt. These are a bit slippery when wet, we left immediately following a rain and were glad we had a 4WD truck to get up the hill. No credit cards but checks are OK. Nice park to stay in and see the area.