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We stayed in this park on 2 separate occasions while visiting family. It is picturesque with the river and lots of trees and grass. Not all the sites have 50 amp service so if you need to use the AC it is important to choose the right site. They also do not have full hookups but have a dump in the park. There is a lot of room so it is possible to park away from other campers with room to spread out. It is quiet and located close to stores and a small town.

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This campground was very pleasant with its trees, grass and peaceful setting. Unfortunately, there was construction when we got off the main highway and we had difficulty finding the campground which isn't fun when driving a motorhome. IT is located close to town but far enough to be quiet. We parked in the deluxe area and had a paved level site.

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We stay at Babcock because it is located close to relatives. The park is small and on a busy highway but is grassy and tree covered so cool in the summer. The sites are fairly level and have a picnic table and good electricity. A dump and potable water are available. Camp hosts onsite are friendly and helpful.

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The best aspect of this park is the friendliness of the residents. We stayed in the park for a month and got a reduced price but it was still costly and long-term residents pay extra for their electricity. The park has great facilities including 2 pools and hot tubs with tennis, pickle ball, bocceball, horseshoes and a library, computer lab and many other club facilities and activities. The park includes lots of park model residents and a permanent house area adjacent to the RV and park models. It is the kind of place where the motto is "if you are bored it is your own fault" because there is so much to do. The park is quiet despite being on a busy highway with lots of traffic and difficulty getting out at certain times.

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This is a basic park but then again so is the price with the PA discount. The spaces are gravel, it is a gravel lot with the spaces determined by the hook-ups for sewer and electricity. Most of the residents are long-term so they have a lot of junk sitting outside. It is okay for a couple of nights. There was nobody in the office the day we checked.

     

Pueblo KOA

Pueblo, Colorado

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As typical with KOA the park was very overpriced, other parks of this quality cost half as much. The staff was very friendly. it was located right off the I-25 but kind of weird getting there. Site was long enough to stay hooked up.

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The sites were the closest we have ever had, the sites were also uneven and difficult to level the motorhome. The park also had many long-term junky residents. The staff was very friendly at check-in. The park is also easy to get to, close to the freeway. Lots of potholes and puddles in the road in the park.

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Located right off the I-40, it is gated and neat. The staff that checked us in were very friendly. Our site was level with large evergreen trees between the sites.

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The park appears to have been a brand name campground but now needs some upkeep. The sites are very close together and not level, they are also short and there are not many that fit a large motorhome. The campground also had more long-term sites than daily sites.

     

Arrrowhead Park

Neola, Iowa

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This is a beautiful county park located right off of the interstate (I-80). We were surprised to find out that it was open this early in the season. Because it was early we were the only campers, our site was a pull-through with electricity. Water and a dump were available. The staff was very friendly. Thanks to the county for this beautiful park.

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This is our second stay at Palm Creek. Check-in is cordial and welcoming and you are issued a photo badge. The park is set up for long-term stays but short-terms stays are welcomed. The park setting is beautiful when you first arrive because the entry road winds thru the golf course and tall palm trees. The park includes a restaurant and a full range of activities. It is a park by which all others are judged.

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This was our second stay at this park. The short-term parking is in a gravel field but the park has pull-thru sites with concrete patios. The park has lots of services, activities including 3 pools and an on-site hotel. The hotel is a good services if you are there for the winter and want a place for friends and family to stay when they visit.

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We stayed 2 nights. The campground is mostly a gravel field but with plenty of room to park and all sites are pull-thru. Despite the fact that the campground was very empty we ended up parked right between other campers, I guess because we asked for 50 amp service. The office staff was very nice and helpful.

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The staff was very friendly and helpful. The laundry was clean and worked well. They even offer pizza to be ordered and a 'chuckwagon' for breakfast. We liked being escorted to our site. The park was gated which provided extra security as the park is located in an industrial area. It is also a short drive to attractions downtown. WI-fi and cable worked well.

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We had a one night stay on our way through the area. The park used to be a KOA and you can see why it isn't anymore. The roads are all gravel and dusty. We had a pull-thru site right next to the road and we couldn't open our windows because there was constant traffic and the dust was bad. The staff was friendly and helpful but that didn't make up for the poor quality of the park.