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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Alamosa KOA, Alamosa, Colorado

Date of Stay: September, 2019 - $43.00
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Not a horrible overnight stay, but its quite an old park, overpriced for the location and facilities. I originally just paid for an electric-only site, but had to move from it because I got constant low power warnings from my surge suppressor. The manager graciously allowed me to move to another site at no extra charge, after 1)explaining to me why the two electric-only sites had low power, and 2) telling me it would be fine if I just turned off my surge suppressor and ran everything on the low power because surge suppressors were really just overpriced circuit breakers, and they were all a big waste of money. LOL. The other site I moved to had no electrical issues. We camped at Alamosa KOA in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Bayfield Riverside RV Park, Bayfield, Colorado

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $52.00
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If I were to rate this place only on the common areas, it would absolutely be a ten. The front part of the park is beautifully landscaped, with flowers blooming everywhere - I can't even imagine how they keep all those flowers blooming. There are some beautiful big grassy areas with a little brook running through at various places, and some lovely walking areas where you can hear the brook running. However, you drive by this area to the back into the overnight camping area, and, while there are nice trees and some grass back there, the parking spots aren't so great. For one thing, they are much too close. There was so little space between the rigs that my picnic table was practically sitting on top of my neighbor's sewer and utility area. If I had put my awning out, it would have encompassed my neighbor's utility pedestal and sewer connection. Also, the site was highly unlevel side to side and the water pressure was very low. The water connections are set down into a small box in the ground, so you might have to disassemble pressure regulators/filters, etc. to fit in there. There was a decent lineup of cable channels, but the picture quality was so poor many of the channels were unwatchable. I did get a few local channels over the air, and they were very clear. Wifi was typical - worked OK during non peak hours, not so good during peak hours. Verizon was strong. Customer service was satisfactory. While the front part of the park was beautiful, I didn't care for the site at all and would not return. But someone willing to sacrifice having a nice parking spot for all of the beautiful common areas might enjoy it, especially if they like to fish. Also, there were some really nice sites here and there in the park, which looked to be occupied by seasonal residents, so it would be a great place for a long term stay if you can get one of those. We camped at Bayfield Riverside RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Westerner RV Park, Monticello, Utah

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $35.00
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Older park with lots of mature trees. Owner seems not to be around much, but there is a self pay station and one of the seasonal residents helps out with questions. All back-ins, adequately spaced apart. Decent wifi, good selection of cable channels, good Verizon signal. Super quiet at night, some traffic noise during the day. Nice little grocery store in town. We camped at Westerner RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Right next door to a great golf course with reasonable rates and lots of available tee times. Its one of the prettiest courses I've played on in some time.

Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Castle Gate RV Park, Helper, Utah

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $53.00
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This is a very new park, and when the landscaping matures, will be even nicer. The sites are long and spaced nicely from each other, and all utilities are in great condition. Customer service was superb. Wifi is the best I've seen in any park. Very large selection of cable channels. Verizon signal is good. The main negatives are that it's pretty barren right now, there is no shade to speak of, and the whole place is built on a slope, so you will need to level. Great overnight stop. Short walk into a cute little town. We camped at Castle Gate RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Canyon View RV Park, Spanish Fork, Utah

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $20.00
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Large parking lot with all spaces facing directly into the sun. Shared pedestals for every two spaces, in the back, so every other space will require extra power cord. Shared picnic area for every two spaces, nice and shady, in back of the rigs. It was just over half full when I stayed, and if you were lucky enough to not be sharing a pedestal, you had lots of room. Otherwise, it's very tight. I started out on a shared pedestal, and got constant low power warnings from my surge protector (it was very hot out). I was soon able to move to a non-shared pedestal and the electrical problems stopped. Also, even though each picnic area is supposed to be shared between two spaces, people who had gotten there first had put all there stuff all over, to block out the other person from the area - so you may or may not get a picnic area. There is a great bike trail that goes down into town. It runs along the river and is mostly shaded, so its not only pretty, but 10 degrees cooler along the trail than in the camp ground. Fun golf course right next door, though crowded. As great of a bargain as this campground was, given the electrical issues, I would not stay here again in the hot part of the year. We camped at Canyon View RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Earp & James Hitching Post (formerly Lottie-Dell Campground), Snowville, Utah

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $25.00
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The perfect overnight stop. No frills, self pay station, long and level spots, easy to get to from the highway, and easy to maneuver through. Large grassy sites, though no shade to speak of. Far enough off the highway to mute the traffic noise. Verizon worked good. We camped at Earp & James Hitching Post (formerly Lottie-Dell Campground) in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Intermountain RV Park, Wendell, Idaho

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $18.00
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Older park, but rustic and very pretty. Lots of shade trees. Navigating out of some spots might be tricky for long rigs, but the sites themselves are very long, and there's good room between sites. Great overnight spot, no traffic noise but easy to get to from the interstate. Sites are off level, but not terribly so. Wifi worked good with antenna, verizon signal was good, handful of o/a tv channels available. Superb customer service. We camped at Intermountain RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Mountain Home RV Park, Mountain Home, Idaho

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $44.00
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I actually agree with all of the raving reviews below, as it pertains to the original part of this park. However, they recently expanded the park, doubling the number of sites. Two problems: First, they did not add any more amenities, so still only 8 bathrooms and a tiny pool that was so packed that no one could move the day I went over there. Second, the new sites, while just as wide and long and modern as the old ones, have zero shade, and the nice grassy area has been replaced by gravel, with a narrow strip of ornamental grass. I also believe there are some electrical issues due to the expansion. I arrived on a typical Mountain Home august day (HOT!) at about 2 pm. My coach was 85 degrees inside, and I turned on the air immediately. Within an hour, it was 92 in there, and that's where it stayed until about 8 pm. After that, it cooled off in an hour or two. I had stayed in the same climate the night before (up near Boise), and this did not happen that day. I imagine that's why people were packing the pool, too. So as nice as it is, I would only recommend this park in the summer if they will guarantee you one of the shady spots in the old area. Other than that, the customer service was unprofessional in the office, but great from the guy who brought me to my site. When I went in, there were three ladies behind the desk. Not one of them acknowledged me, and they were all playing this game with each other, trying to look busy so someone else would have to help me. After a few minutes, one of them looked at me as if she just noticed me and said, "Have you been helped yet?" She then proceeded to check me in, but took her time about it, stopping to chat with the other ladies about an unrelated matter. Wifi was good, Verizon worked great, and there is a decent lineup of cable channels. We camped at Mountain Home RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Ambassador RV Resort, Caldwell, Idaho

Date of Stay: August, 2019 - $44.00
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Very modern park with clean and beautiful spaces and amenities. Top of the line customer service. Parking is on gravel, with concrete patio and a little strip of grass. Doesn't have the charm or personality of a campground in the woods or out in nature, but they have done a great job on an in-town place. Lots of cable tv channels. Wifi worked great, as did Verizon. The rates are a bargain for a place of this caliber. Parking was off-level and utility placement a little odd, but that's nit-picking. We camped at Ambassador RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Tumalo State Park, Bend, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $1.00
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Very pretty park with lots of trees. Sites are spaced nicely but they are short; this is no place for big rigs. Quiet and peaceful, though the park was full. I was lucky to have reserved - though I arrived mid-week, the park was full when I arrived. No wifi, and Verizon signal was poor at my site. I could walk to an open area and get a signal, though. Great place to relax. We camped at Tumalo State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Mallard Creek Golf Course & RV Resort, Lebanon, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $67.00
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This place is mainly for golfers, and is not a very convenient location for anyone else. The rate included unlimited golf, not including cart and range balls. The RV park is beautifully maintained, with perfectly level sites and some nice privacy hedges. The area is pretty quiet. There are a handful of cable channels. Wifi is excellent, a real standout among RV parks, and that is lucky, because my Verizon data signal was slow and glitchy. Also, my satellite radio went out occasionally, which is very unusual. The golf course is a fun course, but crowded, and poor management of tee times leads to pretty slow play. They don't pair any singles or doubles up, so if you try to play with a foursome, or even three, you have to constantly stop to let singles and doubles play through. It seems like they don't even know who is on the course at times, as some of the RVers just go out and look for an opening without signing up. Added to that, frequent tournaments plus a late afternoon early bird special for locals means only a few hours window to play on some days. Given those issues, I don't plan to return, as nice as the park and course were. Customer service from both the RV park and golf course employees was extremely friendly, and some of them were also good at their jobs. We camped at Mallard Creek Golf Course & RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

On the River Golf & RV Park, Myrtle Creek, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $36.00
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Older, rustic park, pretty, with lots of trees. Sites not too crowded, easy to navigate through. My site was highly unlevel side to side, but some other sites were level. Handful of cable channels. No wifi, but Verizon is plenty strong. Decent overnight spot, especially since its a mile or so off the interstate. PA rate is a bargain, but you can't reserve at that rate, just have to take your chances. I paid the regular rate with a reservation, and its a decent value at that rate. The golf is not really for golfers - more a fun place for people who have never golfed to try out a few very short holes. If you like to walk or bike the local area, this place is not for you, as there is no place to go but the main road with almost no shoulders and plenty of traffic. We camped at On the River Golf & RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Waiiaka RV Park (formerly Waiiaka Trailer Haven), Yreka, California

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $36.00
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Easy access from highway, but far enough away to be quiet. Decent-sized spaces under lots of mature trees. Spaces are staggered for easy entry and more privacy. Great customer service. Lots of cable channels, but picture quality poor. Also lots of o/a tv. Wifi barely usable. Strong Verizon signal. We camped at Waiiaka RV Park (formerly Waiiaka Trailer Haven) in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Treasure Island RV Park, South San Francisco, California

Date of Stay: July, 2019 - $58.00
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Prime place to park in the Bay Area. Parking is tight, but it is clean and safe. The best spots are on "Rue 2," because 1) they are either pull through or 45 degree angle easy backins, 2) they have regular sewer fittings (in the rest of the park, you have to remove the plastic fittings from your own sewer hose before clamping your hose in with an O-ring - workable but inconvenient), and 3) many of the sites in the rest of the park will not accommodate driver's side slides unless you lapse over into your car spot. The office is only open M-F 9 to 5. They have an off hours help number, but it is not always manned. They assign sites without really knowing where everyone is, or how big the sites are. I arrived to find someone else in my site. I was lucky to find someone to help me, but we had to try four sites before we found one that would accommodate my slide, and then I had to park on part of my car spot, and also backed up over the site in back of me. No wifi or cable, plenty of o/a tv channels, strong Verizon signal. Less than half a mile to Bart. We camped at Treasure Island RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 190
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 49

Happy Time RV Park, Dunnigan, California

Date of Stay: June, 2019 - $35.00
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Very convenient for overnight, a little off the interstate so as to mitigate some of the travel noise. Right next to a big Pilot travel center. Sites are back to back with shared pedestals, so you are close to your neighbor on one side, but have a big grassy picnic area on the other. Lots of shade trees, nice pool. Best to reserve, as this is a very popular overnight stop. The park is old but well maintained. There are permanent residents, but they are not trashy. The customer service was stellar. No wifi, lots of over-the-air TV, great Verizon signal. I had some issues with the electricity - my surge protector shut everything off and then on again four or five times. For that reason alone, I would think twice about stopping here if you don't have a surge protector. Otherwise, it's a great overnight stop. We camped at Happy Time RV Park in a Motorhome.

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