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Moab KOA

Moab, Utah

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We had 2 sites due to us extending our stay. The first we stayed in the new section of the park; very long spots, good distance btw sites, unfortunately, they are very uneven. We put the front of the motorhome up on 3 wood blocks. There were many motorhomes that leveled w/ their jacks & their front tires were a foot or more off the ground. We were told that a motorhome should always sit on their tires, not to have the jacks support the motorhome. There is no shade as there is new landscaping. There's quite a bit of highway noise due to the amt of traffic & a decrease in speed limit from 65 to 55. Trucks use their air brakes to slow down & there is no landscaping to muffle the sound. Showers have good water pressure are the typical 3'x3', no bench/stool to put items on. Our 2nd site was in the older section w/ mature trees & landscaping btw sites. Sites are much closer together than the new section, but your typical spacing, & it's quieter. The "older" bathrooms are private rooms; shower, toilet, and sink all in a pvt room. Both spots had great views of the mountains. We would definitely stay there again. For those unfamiliar with Moab, beginning in Apr-Oct, Moab becomes very busy. We wanted to stay in Moab for 11 days & it was necessary for us to stay at 3 different campgrounds. I suggest making reservations well in advance.

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The campground is nice. We had a head-in spot, which means we were looking into a fence that was covered with some greenery and looked into a storage lot. It wasn't a problem for us because we felt that the front window had a lot of privacy and we had a bit of shade. Also, it was an easy back-out site as we were aligned with the road, so it was a straight back out. There was a picnic table and we had grass. WiFi at our site was okay, good enough for Facebook, but not for live game my husband plays so he went to the laundry room for a stronger signal. Bathrooms were very clean; they are the typical, 3' x 3' with a dressing room of 3' x 3'. We would there stay again. For those unfamiliar with Moab, beginning in April through October, Moab becomes very busy with hikers, bikers, and 4 wheel vehicles, which impacts the campgrounds severely. We wanted to stay in Moab for 11 days and it was necessary for us to stay at three different campgrounds. I suggest making reservations well in advance.

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This is our second stay. Since that time we have been to 20+ RV parks, which has expanded my familiarity of RV parks. Location, location, location. It is less than 3 miles to the entrance of Arches National Park, less than 3 miles to downtown Moab, 28 miles to Dead Horse Park, and 32 miles to Canyon Lands National Park. The park is very nice. Good size spaces on gravel, patio, grass, and picnic table. Great wifi! We visited the park the beginning of May and the pool was nice and warm. Laundry room is really clean and the machines are set up to take a credit card or quarters. For me, being able to use my Visa card was wonderful - no quarters to buy! $2.00 for wash and dryer and the dryers run for 50 min. The bathrooms need updating considering one is paying $66+ a night. There is some traffic noise, but during sleeping hours it's not a problem. You do share the common area with your next-door neighbor, which has never been a problem for us. If you are visiting during "the season" there are a lot of four wheel "toys". We error not making reservations soon. If you are visiting "in season" I would recommend making reservations 6 months in advance. We would definitely stay again.

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It's an interesting campground. It consists of 5 tipis, a couple of cabins, and 2 RV spots. RV Reviews rated it as an "8", maybe the rating was based on the tipis or cabins. We only had water and electric hookup. WiFi is weak/non-existent, as is Verizon. There are no over air TV stations or radio stations (FM or AM). The bathrooms are nice. Each of the two bathroom/shower is a private space; shower, toilet, and sink all in a private room. There is no picnic table or patio. We wouldn't have been able to use either due to the weather. Most days the wind was 10-15 mph, a couple of the days it was 20+ with gusts of 30-40 mph. That's not the fault of the park. The view from our motorhome was spectacular. We could watch the sunrise and sunset over the monuments from our motorhome. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is maybe 6 miles away. The location is great. I believe they are working on the campground. The tipi area is really nice with newer plants and beds, BBQ's, picnic tables. However, we probably would not stay here again, we would try another campground just up the road.

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Wonderful Park! It's proximity to Mesa Verde, Anasazi Heritage Center, and Canyons of the Ancients National Park makes this a good place to camp. We were lucky to be there the week they opened for the season. Not many campers at the property. We did not have neighbors for the 10 days we stayed. We had spectacular views of the Mesa from the front window of our motorhome. There is a wonderful little lake with a one-mile path around it. The bathrooms are a bit older, but very clean and the showers and dressing rooms are spacious. Water pressure was great. The pool was not opened, but the area was nice, as was the play area for the kiddos. The owners and staff were wonderful. There's a great "camp" store. Previous reviews mentioned the way motorhomes are "parked". Instead of the motorhomes heading in the same direction they are opposite. One may face north; the next-door neighbor faces south. The result is that neighbors face each other and share the common area. I could see where that might be uncomfortable. However, the park has so many other positive attributes, it wouldn't stop us from staying again. I think it's the nicest park in Cortez and we would definitely stay again.

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I would have given it a higher rating, but they charge a "user fee" to use a credit card, for the week, we were charged $8.75. We were not told this as we were checking in, however, it is written at the bottom of the invoice. My error! Other than that, this is a great park! Location, location, location. We were lucky enough to get a spot in the "back" where there was a lot of privacy and since there weren't a lot of other campers we didn't have anyone next to us. Our site was fairly level, gravel, and we had a patio and picnic table. They have great WiFi and Verizon worked well. The location is within a few minutes of historic Santa Fe. Bathrooms were very clean, the dressing rooms were a little tight, but adequate. Laundry room was clean; there are 4 washers and 3 dryers, $1.50 for each. We were lucky that we woke up to about 4 inches snow one morning. The park had a magically quality to it. By noon, the snow was gone. We would definitely stay at the park again, but maybe pay cash.

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This is a wonderful park. It's family owned and operated. They were very accommodating to us as we kept extending our stay due to weather. The bathrooms are great. At least 6 showers with plenty of room to dress and 8 toilet stalls in the restrooms, in addition to being very clean, they were nice are warm. The park sits atop a mesa, which allows for spectacular views and sunsets. Our spot was a pretty level gravel site with a concrete patio and was plenty wide and long enough for our 30 ft. motorhome, car, and dolly. The park is about 20 minutes from historic Downtown Santa Fe. WiFi and Verizon worked good and we had a lot of over air TV channels. My only negative is if there is wind it get's really windy on top of the mesa. I think New Mexico was having a lot of wind the week we were there, 10 - 20+ mph, so it became a bit unpleasant. We would definitely stay again.

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This park is less than a year old. Overall the park is fabulous. There are a few items that need improvement. The good stuff: Very large level concrete sites surrounded by lovely hardscape, 30, 50, and 100 amp available, best WiFi we've ever have had, large, clean, showers in the club house, clean laundry room, $1.50 for wash $1.00 for dry, walking distance to casino that has a $14.99 2 for 1 buffet on Mondays and Tuesdays and a special $5.99 breakfast at the café. We also ate at the steak house, which was really good. The okay stuff: The lower restrooms, though new, are horribly laid out. They are clean and the handicap shower is good, however, the one and only other shower is not much larger than a toilet stall, you can not dress in it and when exiting the shower the outside door of the building is right there. We changed sites so we could easily walk to the clubhouse restrooms. There are not enough walkways to walk to the clubhouse, volleyball court, and pickle ball court. Walking areas are the roads and the roads are quite long. We were lucky that the park wasn't full so we would walk through campsites. No fence around the pickle ball courts. We didn't use the pool as it was being worked on, however, we had access to the hotel indoor pool and spa. Staff was wonderful and friendly. It's about 20 min. from the historic downtown Albuquerque. It has great on/off freeway access. We stayed for a week as we felt there was plenty to do in the area.

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This is a great park to stop at. We only spent 1 night as we were continuing on, however, the owners are wonderful, sites are flat gravel lots, bathrooms are clean and neat. The owners sell pull pork sandwiches for $5, which were delicious. Cable TV is available, WiFi was good, Verizon worked great.

     

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USA RV Park

Gallup, New Mexico

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This is a great park to stop at. We only spent 1 night as we were continuing on, however, the owners are wonderful, sites are flat gravel lots, bathrooms are clean and neat. The owners sell pull pork sandwiches for $5, which were delicious. Cable TV is available, WiFi was good, Verizon worked great.

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First; it's a wonderful park. There are pine trees through out the park. It's a bit rustic, gravel and dirt sites, however, they are level, and the park is very quiet. Second; and maybe the most important, there are NO bathrooms or showers. The sites are full hook ups, so for us that wasn't a problem. When making reservations they inform you that there are no bathrooms or showers. Also, CASH only. It's a great location as Walnut Canyon National Park, Sunset Crater Volcanic National Park, historic Flagstaff, and shopping, including a movie theater, are all within a short drive. We would definitely stay again.

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Great rustic campground in the Grand Canyon National Park. Nice level gravel lots, plenty of trees, and close to the south rim Visitor's center. The "Blue" shuttle stops in the park every 10-15 minutes during day light hours. It also stops after sunset, but I don't remember the schedule. Toilets were clean; showers are $2 and a walk from the park. There are a couple of bike/walking trails that will take you to the south rim, which is about 1 ½ miles We would definitely stay again.

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Great rustic campground in the Grand Canyon National Park. Nice level gravel lots, plenty of trees, and close to the south rim Visitor's center. The "Blue" shuttle stops in the park every 10-15 minutes during day light hours. It also stops after sunset, but I don't remember the schedule. Toilets were clean; showers are $2 and a walk from the park. There are a couple of bike/walking trails that will take you to the south rim, which is about 1 ½ miles We would definitely stay again.

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It's a top-notch campground. It's immaculate, beautifully maintained, with a wonderful, friendly, professional staff. Most of the sites are very level. Some sites are all concrete; others are gravel with a concrete patio. We stayed at the campground on two separate occasions. The first we had a pull through site #79. Our slide broke, good news it was stuck in, and staff suggested "A-1 RV Service Center", about 20 minutes from the campground. Our second visit was to have the slide repaired and we were in a back in site #14. We had a couple of trees that help shade the motorhome in the morning. The bathrooms are private bathrooms; sink, toilet, and shower in a private room. Again, immaculate also updated. The WiFi is iffy unless you are in the lobby; they are supposed to be in the process of updating the system. During our visit the pool heater broke, but the spa heater was working fine and we were able to enjoy the spa. Great clean laundry room, $1.75 to wash and $1.75 to dry. They have five washing machines and nine dryers and the dryers don't get too hot. There's a workout room and they have some "BYOB Happy Hours", which we were unable to enjoy. Verizon did not work well in the park. My husband's "dumb" phone worked better on calls than my "smart" phone. However, I could use my phone as a hotspot. We would stay again in a nano-second.

     

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Distant Drums RV Resort

Camp Verde, Arizona

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It's a top-notch campground. It's immaculate, beautifully maintained, with a wonderful, friendly, professional staff. Most of the sites are very level. Some sites are all concrete; others are gravel with a concrete patio. We stayed at the campground on two separate occasions. The first we had a pull through site #79. Our slide broke, good news it was stuck in, and staff suggested "A-1 RV Service Center", about 20 minutes from the campground. Our second visit was to have the slide repaired and we were in a back in site #14. We had a couple of trees that help shade the motorhome in the morning. The bathrooms are private bathrooms; sink, toilet, and shower in a private room. Again, immaculate also updated. The WiFi is iffy unless you are in the lobby; they are supposed to be in the process of updating the system. During our visit the pool heater broke, but the spa heater was working fine and we were able to enjoy the spa. Great clean laundry room, $1.75 to wash and $1.75 to dry. They have five washing machines and nine dryers and the dryers don't get too hot. There's a workout room and they have some "BYOB Happy Hours", which we were unable to enjoy. Verizon did not work well in the park. My husband's "dumb" phone worked better on calls than my "smart" phone. However, I could use my phone as a hotspot. We would stay again in a nano-second.