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We have stayed here in the past but now it is under new management. The price for what you get is a little over the top. Without any discounts you will be paying over $40. The sites are close together, narrow, a little short for 40 footers and the trees need to be trimmed. There are some long term residents in this park. The roads are gravel, each site is grassed with a picnic table. The park is 8 miles out of town on a busy highway. Getting our satellite was a little difficult with the trees.

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By the looks of this park it was a KOA at one time. The sites are extremely tight and very short for a 40' with a towed. The site slope upwards so we couldn't level. There are a lot of trees which need to be cut back to prevent torn roofs and scratch paint. It's not bad for an overnight stop.

     

Elk Lodge #849

Provo, Utah

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We stay here every time we come through Provo. The first drink in the lodge is free for the RVers. The only problem I have found it the sewer is so elevated it really can't be used unless you stand out there and hold your hose up. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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This RV park is a joke. It sits behind the Chevron Station. The only RV's in there are long timers. The charge of $32.33 is way out of site. We did have FHU but we also had weeds everywhere. If you need a place to stay it will do. We were in #16 so we could get our satellite. Would not stay here again.

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The only reason I gave this park a 4 for the following reasons: We had a reservation but didn't stay here. We have a 40' w/tow, the tow was out in the road, we were in the trees with no slides out. Decided we couldn't stay we had to unhook to make the turn onto the exit road. Other than that the park looks ok, paved roads and sites. That's all I can say about this park. We were in site A10.

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WOW, this park is fantastic. The streets are asphalt, the site is gravel with a concrete patio with a very nice picnic table plus grass. I have absolutely NO Complaints about this park. I would highly recommend this RV park if you're in the area. We will be back.

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A cute little park. The roads are gravel along with the sites with grass in between. Each site has a picnic table. The office has lots of RV supplies and very clean. It's a little tight getting in since you have to make 2 quick turns. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This is definitely a stop over for the night. Several pull-thru's but mostly back-ins. All gravel, sewer connection is about 6" above the ground. It's attached to a casino which is very smoky. The restaurant is mainly Mexican food and very average. I would not stop here again unless I absolutely had to.

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This park is located a couple of miles outside or town. Very nice store and the young man in the office was very kind. We only stayed over night but would definitely stay here again if we were in the area. The park is all gravel, each site has a picnic table with some sort of tile under the table. There are shared utilities.

     

Raton KOA

Raton, New Mexico

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Not much to look at. The road in and the sites are gravel and dirt. Each site has a picnic table, a bar-b-q and a small amount of dead grass/weeds. The young man that worked the office was very nice. I checked out the laundry; there are 4 washers ($1.00) and 4 dryers ($1.00). Would not stay here again as I think $39 is extremely high for what you get.

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This park is strickly for Elks Club members and their guests only. A very nice park with 40 sites. 50 amps FHU $20, 30 amp FHU $18. Water and electric only $16. They say they have a dump station. The lounge is very nice and they have lunches and dinners. We would definitely stay here again if ever in the area.

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We usually go to KOA's as a last resort but this one wasn't bad. The pros: Each site is well situated with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and a grassy area. The entire park is gravel. The office staff was very friendly and the store was well stocked. The cons: Lots of full time residents. The sites are so out of level that we couldn't level. Bring lots of blocks. The WIND. We sat for 2 days with our slides in as the gusts were so bad I was afraid to put them out.

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This is an older park but cheaper than the others. They have had rain for several days and there is quite a bit of mud in a lot of the sites. We were in E10 which was a little snug length wise for our 40' motorhome. We didn't use the bathrooms but I did check them out and they are old. No doors for the toilets only curtains. The laundry is $2.25 total per load (wash and dry). We came here to visit friends and we would stay here again if we came for that reason.

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We stay here every year on our way down to Yellowstone National Park. The park its self hasn't changed in all the years that we have been coming. It could stand some better upkeep. The owners are the best. They will go out of their way to make your stay the best. There is freeway and train noise but nothing we couldn't handle. The only problem I find is that there is only 1 bar for our computer air card. The WiFi for the park is good.

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Not bad for an overnight but I wouldn't call it "Eastern Oregon's Premiere RV Park like the says on the website. There are several "long timers" here. Tight getting in, sites are tight for a 40 foot with a tow. Self registration, no one around for information. We don't think we would stay here again.