JaapK

JaapK

June 12, 2016
Rated 4.0

Cute little museum, good for an hour visit or so. Staff was extremely friendly. My favorite part was the reconstructed pueblo outside of the actual museum.

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June 12, 2016
Rated 2.0

Just about okay to stop overnight, but don't expect it to be a quiet one. Camp is bordered by the interstate, 2 roads and a railway line, so plenty of noise.
Facilities are generally good but pool and dog park are tiny, and cable television was not working.
The camp was mainly occupied by construction workers who live there semi permanently. Big gas tanks and construction vehicles everywhere. Definitely no vacation feel to it.
By far the least pleasant KOA I ever came across.

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June 11, 2016
Rated 4.0

Very well maintained little RV park, Nicest showers I have ever seen but there are only 2 of them. Right next to the main road, a gas station and some shops. Traffic noise can be a bit bothersome. And I would not qualify this park as very cheap.

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June 02, 2016
Rated 4.0

Probably a good place to stay when you have a little older kids because there is a lot to do for them. Facilities are good. Very nice pool, but the water was freezing cold.

The RV sites are way to cramped though for what I paid for it.

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September 29, 2015
Rated 3.0

Nice place for a short stay if you don't mind to be in a marina setting. Nice flat spots, easy maneuvering, full hook-ups. Bathrooms are well maintained but showers are coin operated and they seemed a lot shorter than what they should have been. You pay extra for spots with a view towards the lake, but keep in mind that it is mainly the marina that you see.

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September 29, 2015
Rated 4.0

Upon arriving here I was rather disappointed that it is not as close to the lake as suggested, and it is definitely not "in sight". Across the road a brand new RV resort is blocking the access and view of the lake. You can still access the lake via a public pick-nick area, but it is a little bit of a walk.

The campground itself is nicely set in the landscape, and spots are well spaced out. The campground has good sanitary facilities and showers are free.

I was quite stunned though that I had to pay $10 extra to dump, on top of the regular fee of $ 30 for a dry camping spot. That makes this place rather expensive for what you get.

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