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Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Rocky Mountain RV Park, Gardiner, Montana

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $55.00
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We stayed for three nights on a premium spot on the upper level of the campground. The site was gravel with lawn on both sides. We had a fire pit and a new plastic picnic table. We stayed with another couple next to our site. There was a large tree between our sites that provided ample shade and was a great place to sit and admire the view of the surrounding mountains. The view was spectacular in all directions. The Wi-Fi connection was fast and easy to hook up to. The staff that led me to my site was great. He made backing into the site extremely easy. While we were off exploring Yellowstone, my fresh water hose burst. The staff turned the hose off and told me about the problem so I could replace the hose. There is free miniature golf at the park. We enjoyed it so much, we played two rounds. We were given discount tickets for purchases in the parks store. The prices in the store were less than the same items offered in Yellowstone or stores in the town of Gardiner. The check in staff was very helpful. I was traveling with another couple who had made the reservations and put the deposit on their credit card. The check in staff credited the entire deposit to my friend’s site and allowed me to pay for the second site with my Good Sam Discount. This has been one of the few campgrounds on this trip that have been so accommodating. I enjoyed everything about my stay in this campground and would definitely return to this place. We camped at Rocky Mountain RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch (formerly Flagg Ranch Resort), Moran, Wyoming

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $50.00
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We stayed for three nights. We had a large dirt space that needed two, two inch boards to level our 30 foot trailer side to side. The site was dirt and very large. We had a picnic table and a fire pit about 25 feet from our trailer. The sewer connection was a bit odd. The connection was about 8 inches above ground level. I had to build a ramp with wood to run my sewer hose into the drain. There was only 20 amp service but this did not cause a problem. When using water at the camp site, the pressure would sometimes drop to zero and then a few seconds later, resume full pressure again. This happened every time my wife or I were showering in our trailer. There were lots of mosquitoes but repellent took care of that problem. There was no cell service for AT&T or Verizon in the park. The campground was full, but by 2300 hours, all was quiet and we had no problems with noise. Camp fire programs were offered by the US Forest Service. People driving way too fast in the campground were a large source of blowing dirt. This campground is an excellent base to explore Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. All the pull through spots were large and roomy. These are some of the largest sites I have seen in a private camp ground. I would return to this campground if I was in the area of Yellowstone again. We camped at Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch (formerly Flagg Ranch Resort) in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

The Virginian Lodge RV Resort, Jackson, Wyoming

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $62.00
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The entrance was difficult to find since it is poorly marked. When exiting the park, you have to set up carefully to avoid striking any cars parked on the street. We were in a pull through site, but due to a tree, the electrical box, and my slide out, I was unable to park my truck in front of my 30 foot trailer. I had to park behind my trailer at an angle and attempt to keep my vehicle off the grass. Our spot was gravel and we needed one board to level the trailer side to side. Our picnic table had one bench that was split in half and was unusable as a seat. There was no free Wi-Fi at the park but there was free Wi-Fi across the street at the local library. The park was extremely windy so no one had awnings or chairs out. That being said, the location of the park was excellent. The park was a great base for exploring Grand Teton National Park and the town of Jackson. I don’t consider this park a resort. For this price, the up keep of the park and the condition of the sites should be much better. Unlike a previous reviewer, I did not consider the walk to the pool at the Virginian Hotel excessive. I would return to the park for its location, not it amenities. We camped at The Virginian Lodge RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Salt Lake City KOA, Salt Lake City, Utah

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $50.00
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Our space was a pull through, asphalt site with grass and a tree on each side. The asphalt was so uneven; it took two boards to level my 30 foot trailer side to side. There was a gravel parking spot in each site since the spots were not long enough to accommodate my trailer and truck. The pool and bathrooms were very clean and well maintained. I had trouble logging on to the internet. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I realized that I had not been given my KOA discount when I checked in. I went back to the office and was rapidly taken care of and the problem was corrected. The staff was also very friendly and provided maps and suggestions for what to see in and around Salt Lake City. For the price, $50.00, I felt the sites should have been level, and the inter-net should work well. I liked the campground and had no concerns about the neighborhood. The staff wanted our stay to be a pleasant one. I would return if passing through Salt Lake City since the KOA is close and convenient to most of the local attractions. We camped at Salt Lake City KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Mountain Shadows RV Park, Wells, Nevada

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $24.00
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Our spot was a flat, level, gravel pull through site. Not necessary to level our 30 foot trailer. The free Wi-Fi was very slow. Each spot has grass, a picnic table and trees. Bathroom and showers were very clean. Right next to rail road tracks. Three times at night, a train woke us up. Park is nothing special, but it is more than adequate for an overnight stay. We camped at Mountain Shadows RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Cisco Grove Campground & RV Park, Soda Springs, California

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $39.00
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We stayed in H loop (water, electric and sewer) with our travel club. We were in a pull through site that was made up of crushed gravel. Our site was so uneven, I had to put three inches of boards under one side of the trailer to level it side to side. There were no Wi-Fi or TV channels available. Satellite TV seemed to work. All cell phone carriers seemed to work through out the park. The bathrooms had nice showers and were clean. As one previous reviewer stated, the camp ground is close to Highway 80. I did not notice the noise at night. The train tracks were just past Highway 80 and I enjoyed watching and listening to the trains going up and down the mountains. The camp ground could definitely use some basic maintenance. Weeding the play grounds, basket ball court, tennis courts and horse shoe pits would go a long way to make the camp ground look more professional. Grading the sites would also make setting up and leveling much easier. This is a beautiful area and the camp ground provides access to great hiking, four wheeling and sight seeing locations We camped at Cisco Grove Campground & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Campground by the Lake, South Lake Tahoe, California

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $31.00
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The access road to the B loop was very tight due to numerous trees along the road. The B loop has electricity in each site and water faucets for roughly every three sites. The camp ground staff asks you not to hook up to the water faucets. The A loop has water and electricity in each site. This loop is much more big rig friendly. All of the rest of the loops have no hook ups. There is a dump station available when leaving that is free to campers. Our site was flat and level. The site was a combination of dirt and fine rock. A mat kept the inside of the trailer clean. The site was so flat I did not have to level side to side. The site had a picnic table, BBQ and fire pit. There was a good combination of sun and shade. It was very windy the last two days. The tops of the trees were really blowing but the camp ground had minimal wind. The Wi-Fi worked well at our site. AT&T cell phone service worked well. We were only able to get three TV channels using an antenna. The bathrooms were old but clean. Lake Tahoe was across the street from the camp ground and two traffic signals provided easy access to the lake. There was a nice dog walk / bike path that provided good walking and site seeing travel. All in all, this is an old camp ground with a good location that is staffed by friendly camp hosts. I would stay here again. We camped at Campground by the Lake in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Collins Lake Recreation Area, Browns Valley, California

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $49.00
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We stayed here for 5 nights in a 30 footer. We were on a package deal that included 5 days of boat use and 5 days use of a Marina slip. The entrance to the park is well marked and the roads are a combination of asphalt and gravel. I chose a Lakefront site that had water and electricity. The site was packed gravel. There was a good combination of sun and shade. I needed one 1/2 inch board to level the trailer side to side. The park offers pump out on site or they have a free dump station for campers with three stations when leaving the park. The staff is extremely friendly. The staff hustles to be sure every concern is taken care of. The park is clean and well maintained. There are two shower buildings that were constantly cleaned. Most of the bathrooms are vault toilets, but they were cleaned regularly and had no unpleasant smell. Prices are based on days of the week and whether the site is lake side or standard site. Check out the Collins Lake web site for site locations and pictures of the sites. Our site over looked the marina and was about 30 feet from the lake. We were given a map and excellent directions to our site. However when leaving, the roads to the exit were confusing and to avoid taking the trailer into a dead end, or up a steep gravel road, I had to walk to route to the exit to avoid any backing issues. The campground is very family and dog friendly. Most people are here to either fish or to take part in some type of boat activity. Very nice campground to visit. I will definitely keep returning. We camped at Collins Lake Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Little Bear RV Park, Blairsden, California

Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $32.00
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We stayed here for 4 days with our camping club. We have a 30 foot travel trailer pulled by a 20 foot truck. Park has paved roads and large sites. The manager had to lead us in, the wrong way down road to fit into site. Because of trees, it was awkward to back into, but the staff made the process as easy as possible. Definitely need spotters to back into most sites. The site was gravel and we had to level 2 inches side to side. That being said, the site was extremely large and had a good combination of sun and shade. The owner and his staff were very friendly and helpful. He made the club house available to us for our meals and meeting. It snowed for 3 of the 4 days we camped. They had the pellet stove in the club house roaring before we entered so the room was warm and toasty. Ran out of propane due to heater use. Staff came to trailer, picked up the propane tank, filled the tank and returned it. Park was beautiful and very well maintained. The lawns looked like golf course quality. I didn't like the "keep the pets off the grass" signs, but once I found the pet area, I had no problem with the rule. The pet walk is a large grass area that the dogs can be off-leash if they are under voice control. Wireless Wi-Fi was hit or miss at our site. At the club house the connection was fast. The only phone carrier that worked in the park was AT&T. I would definitely return to this park. We camped at Little Bear RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Bodega Bay RV Park, Bodega Bay, California

Date of Stay: March, 2010 - $41.00
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Very poorly marked entrance. The sign comes up and you see a restaurant. The park is off to your left. Price is a club rate. We stayed for 4 days. Management staff was very friendly and provided lots of literature about attractions in Sonoma County. Site was gravel and flat. No need to level. Cable TV had over 35 channels. Free Wi-Fi worked the first two days and was intermittent on Saturday and Sunday. We played at the Park's Bocce Ball Court. The Court was in good shape for a public court. The dog run was adequate. You could walk your dog through the state park next door as long as you kept the dog on a leash and stayed on the roads. (All of Sonoma County appears to have a mandatory leash policy with no dogs allowed on any public beaches.) It was necessary to drive to attractions but the road was good and site seeing was close. We used Clubhouse #1 for a Club dinner and breakfast. Chairs and tables were first rate and the club house was immaculate. I liked the park and will definitely return. We camped at Bodega Bay RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Los Banos West / I-5 KOA , Santa Nella, California

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $24.00
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Needed a place for one night with electricity. Older park but the front sites are well kept up. Office staff was very friendly. Bathrooms and showers were immaculate. Very dog friendly. Staff allowed me to take dog off leash and chase a ball for 20 minutes to burn off energy after our long drive. The price was right. We got six channels on TV antenna. The free Wi-Fi worked well. I did not experience the ant problems referred to in earlier reviews. We camped at Los Banos West / I-5 KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Indian Wells RV Resort, Indio, California

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $39.00
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Needed a place for a one night stay with electricity. Have a 30 ft travel trailer towed by a suburban. We were given an overflow spot with Electric/Water/Sewer. Very tight spot (#308). Due to a hedge and a turn in the road, the spot was difficult to back into. The spot was so narrow, the motor home to my right had to retract his awning into his spot so I could back in. If the motor home had a slide out on his passenger side rear, I would have been unable to open my slide out. When my trailer door opened there was less than six inches of clearance between me and the trailer on my passenger side. My trailer was between the painted lines on the asphalt. The asphalt was uneven and I needed a one inch board to level my trailer side to side. I had to maneuver my suburban to not block the road when parking. The woman in the office was nice but I will not return to this park. We camped at Indian Wells RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Tucson / Lazydays KOA, Tucson, Arizona

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $51.00
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Front office staff was very friendly and made excellent recommendations of places to eat in the area. We needed to extend one night and the staff was accommodating but there were at least 50 open sites in the park. The dog run was huge and well maintained. The park was quiet and extremely clean. We had a concrete patio with table and chairs. This was our first "luxury resort." For the prices being charged I was surprised that we had to level one inch side to side in our spot. The way the sewer hookup was designed, I had to find a large rock to keep the end of my sewer hose in the dump site. We took this park since we had no reservations and I needed a spot with electricity. There appeared to be many discounts, I heard people receiving, but I was unable to get a AAA, Good Sam or any other type of discount. I would not return to this resort if I had to pay full price. We camped at Tucson / Lazydays KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Mesa / Apache Junction KOA, Apache Junction, Arizona

Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $36.00
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Spent two nights in a travel trailer. Very easy to find. Beautiful views from the campground. Sites were level and there was reasonable space between the sites. The office staff was not very professional. We had to wait for the staff to finish personal phone calls before they acknowledged our presence. The Sundance Lounge (recommended by the KOA staff) next door to the KOA served good food in large portions. Needed propane. The maintenance staff was very friendly and professional. Like the other reviewer said, they should get rid of any reference to a dog run. We camped at Mesa / Apache Junction KOA in a Tent Trailer.

Review Count: 166
States Visited: 26
Helpful Reviews: 20

Blue Sky Ranch RV Park (formerly Arizona Sands RV Park) (55+ Park), Yuma, Arizona

Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $24.00
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The price we paid was a club rate. The front office staff was friendly and very helpful when looking for supplies, attractions and repairs in the Yuma area. We had over 2 inches of rain in a 24 hour period. The park drained well and staff moved rock and put in drainage ditches to move any large puddles. There was a nice recreation room made available for our club. A BBQ, Art Show and numerous activities were available for residents of the park. All the roads are gravel. The park backs up to a canal. The canal has a dirt walkway that is great for walking dogs or jogging. We camped at Blue Sky Ranch RV Park (formerly Arizona Sands RV Park) (55+ Park) in a Travel Trailer.

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