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A decent place for overnight with ok access from the interstate. The entrance is a little tough to spot and comes up on you quickly on the right after going under the interstate. The back half of the park is long term and the front half is short term. The roads are gravel and the sites are all long pull thrus with gravel with grass between the sites. The restroom/shower/laundry is very basic, somewhat worn, and just clean enough. We had an electrical issue and were allowed to move to another site. The electrician was repairing the problem the next morning. The park has a slight slope from west to east; with a heavy rain the east end of the park has lots of standing water but no problem getting stuck if you stay on the gravel sections. The water pressure is 100lbs, use a pressure regulator!! The park was built in a large field with no trees, Verizon and satellite service were both good. As previously mentioned, a good place to spend the night.

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This park was purchased by the current owners a little over a year ago. Originally this was little more than a fish camp with a few RV spaces. The new owners have greatly expanded the park and added lots of spaces and amenities. The sites are level, gravel/base mix with grass between them. The roads are also gravel/base mix and easy to navigate, even for a big rig. Each site also has a picnic table. One row of sites backs up to the shore with several palm trees and a fantastic view of the bay. They have just completed a large club house area with a swimming pool and are awaiting approval by the inspectors so this was not available for use. There is currently only one men's restroom/shower and one for women. When the clubhouse gets opened, there will be many more restrooms/showers available. There is also a boat launch area, boat rental, a fishing guide service, and a small store in the office. Verizon service is very good and satellite reception is not a problem. Overall this is a very good park and a great place to base out of to see the area. Highly recommended.

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The park is clean and well kept with a large, very nice clubhouse that includes the checkin/reception area. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The park is built in a rolling area so the sites are on multiple levels. The roads are asphalt and all of the sites had concrete pads with grass. Caution, some sites have steep slants to access them. Our site's approach was so slanted we had to back in to the site, even though it was listed as a pull-thru. The west end of the park is about half long time residents and half overnighter/short term. The balance of the park appears to be primarily short time. Access from/to the interstate is convenient, the park is located very close to the interstate and as a result there is some traffic noise, but not so much as to be unbearable. This is a nice park within OK City proper with several amenities, but also somewhat of a premium price. If you have low ground clearance on your rig, request a site without a steep slant.

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This is the nicest park in Amarillo. Located on the outskirts of the west side, its easy to get into and out of, yet far enough off the interstate so as not to be noisy. The sites are very large with a huge concrete pad and patio. The space between sites is gravel. The entire west end of the park is grass which is great place to walk/exercise pets. All roads are asphalt; wide and easy to navigate. The office is large, clean, and well stocked with basic supplies. The office staff is very helpful and friendly. Verizon coverage was very good. The park has a large club house that includes a spa, pool, and workout area. However, these were not open when we were there, too early in the season. Scattered through out the park are block buildings that include a laundry room and five shower/toilet rooms. These buildings are also designed as storm shelters. Overall; a clean, well kept park with lots of amenities and a great place to overnight or spend several days. Definitely recommended.

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This park has a combination of RVs and mobile homes with a few sites for overnight. The sites were close together but large enough to accommodate the 5er and truck. The sites are all gravel but well cared for, the streets are "chip and seal". This is a great place to overnight if you're just looking for full hookups and nothing else. The price is great for what you get. We have stayed here before, and will stay again when we need to overnight in the area.

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As stated in the other reviews, this is a mobile home park with permanent residents that also has some spaces for RVs intermixed with the mobile home sites. The sites have concrete ribbons to park on that is filled in between with gravel, the rest of the site is grass. Our site was large and level, no need for blocking. Verizon has a strong, fast signal, satellite reception will be spotty because of the trees. Since the sites are perpendicular to the street, some of them could take some careful maneuvering to get into. We stayed here on a Saturday and did not see management. When we talked to them on the phone; he assigned us a site number, told us where it was located, told us the cost, and told us to leave a check in the drop slot at the office. Overall, while it has only full hookups and no amenities, its a decent place to overnight or even spend a couple of days. If you're looking for the "RV resort experience", pass this one by. But, its better than Walmart.

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We stayed here for a few days on our way to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, hence the inflated price. Normally the price is about $40, but during the Fiesta everyone within 100 miles sells out, even at the inflated rate. This is a super nice park. They have a nice, large office with meeting area, patio, and store. The restroom and showers are huge and the nicest, cleanest we have ever seen, very impressive. Laundry area is also very nice. The road and sites are gravel and mostly level. The can handle all size rigs. The park is a short drive off of the interstate in a quite, peaceful area. This is a fantastic place to stay and see the area or just overnight. This park is another one of the few "10" parks and highly recommended.

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This park is just off of the interstate far enough so there is not a lot of noise, but still easy to get to. As mentioned in their reviews, a 40' fifth wheel with a toad may have to unhook to get into some of the spots. We have a 36' 5er and had no problems. The roads are asphalt and sites are gravel with some grass between them. The sites are level for the most part. Verizon service was strong. This is a great place to overnight with fuel and convienence stores close by.

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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.

     

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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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A nice state park located in the MI UP at the Mackanac bridge. The campground has three areas. We camped in the upper campground which has large pull-thru sites to handle larger rigs, it is walking distance to the lake. The two lower campgrounds are more for smaller rigs and tents. The roads are asphalt and the sites are gravel with grass between them. The showers are restrooms are ok. This is nice place to stay and see the area. Easy enough to get to; when headed north, cross the bridge and the make two right turns, takes you to the park entrance. Verizon service is good. Some spots have open sky for satellite and others have trees that block the view of the sky. Sites are electric only. Water and dump stations are available. Highly recommended for seeing the area.

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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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El Reno West KOA

El Reno, Oklahoma

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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.