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Paul and Lisa
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Indian Heritage RV Park

Martinsville, VA

Date of Stay: November, 2017
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Nice small, well maintained RV park in commercial area of Martinsville on Business Hwy 58. Located on the Smith River with hiking trails. Restuants and shopping nearby. Park has both pull-through and back-in sites. Our site was a paved pull-through with plenty of space for the slides; length was good for our 36 ft 5er, tow pickup plus a car. No problem with utilities. Trash can at site. Management was very helpful and guided us to the site. We stayed only two nights, so did not have the time to visit all the area attractions, but historic downtown was just a short drive away and looked very interesting. Overall a very good experience. Would definitely return.
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Date of Stay: October, 2017
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Large campground with relatively new owners. Easy on/off from I-24. Raccoon Mountain Caverns located on the property, so you don't have to travel far to find something unusual to do. Seems popular with kid camping groups on the weekends. There is a good dog park, plus hiking trails nearby. Campground has nice facilities, including pool and exercise room. Looked like most of the short term sites were pull-thru. All sites are gravel. Shade trees, picnic tables, and fire rings. Good WIFI and cable. We are full-timers and stayed a month, so were relegated to a section in the rear of the property with back-in sites. These longer term sites did not appear as well maintained as the overnight sites, which is not uncommon at campgrounds (not sure why). Our particular site was not level side-to-side, which maxed out our leveling jacks. The sewer connection was at the same level as our RV outlet, so I had to improvise. The bathrooms were too far away from the long-term sites to use, so cannot rate their cleanliness. Other than that, our site was fine. Chattanooga has lots of things to do, so I am sure we will be back. We travel in a 36' 5th wheel.
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Buffalo I-40 KOA

Hurricane Mills, TN

Date of Stay: September, 2017
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Relatively small campground, located just north of I-40 - easy on/off. Turning north on Hwy 13, turn right just after Log Cabin restaurant - the KOA sign is not prominent and might be missed. Highway noise was not excessive. Relatively new owners, who were very nice and helpful during check-in. Nice pool, clean facilities, cable, and WIFI. Campground is located on a slope, and our particular site was not level fore/aft, which maxed out our leveling jacks; other sites looked more level. Side spacing was OK. Most RV sites are pull-thru. Gravel roads and pads. Shade trees and picnic tables. Looked like just a few sites suitable for big rigs. There are a couple of restaurants close-by. Overall good stop while traveling between Nashville and Memphis. Traveling in 36' 5th wheel. Would return.
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San Angelo KOA

San Angelo, TX

Date of Stay: July, 2017
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Convenient to Hwy 306, and San Angelo attractions. Next to a popular jogging trail. Campground is all gravel, relatively level, and has a few trees. Appears to be well maintained. Cable, WIFI and a nice pool. As typical to most campgrounds, long term back-in sites the rear - short term pull-thru sites in the front. No problem maneuvering with our 36' 5th wheel. Site was level, length was adequate, spacing was typical (a little tight). No problems with utilities. Overall a good stay - no muss, no fuss. Would return.
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Tom Sawyer's RV Park

West Memphis, AR

Date of Stay: September, 2017
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Located on the banks on the Mississippi in East Memphis AR. Close to I-40 and I-55 exits; you do not have to drive through West Memphis proper to get to park. Short on amenities but more than offset by the view of the river and the barge traffic. Downtown Memphis TN with Beale Street, Graceland and other tourist attractions just a short drive across the river. Does not have resort features such as pool etc, but does have the largest mowed lawn for walking along the river and exercising the dogs. Laundry is free; restrooms are rustic. Short term sites are close to the river; weekly and monthly sites are farther back in the trees. Paved and gravel pull-throughs. WIFI was decent. This RV park can be underwater when the Mississippi runs over its bank, so check ahead of time. We did not have any problems with the utilities. We stayed in a 36 ft 5th wheel, 50 amp. Would definitely return.
5 people found this review helpful
Lubbock RV Park

Lubbock, TX

Date of Stay: July, 2017
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Stayed for a week and found it a comfortable relaxing place, offering tree shaded sites and above average amenities for a small park. Close to highway, but noise did not seem excessive. Had some site electrical supply issues initially, but management fixed the problem quickly. Great air-conditioned clubhouse with common area, exercise room. restrooms (nice), and laundry (also very nice and relatively cheap). Small pool but was popular because it was HOT during our stay. Cable and free Tango WIFI. Would recommend visiting the Silent Wings Museum (WWII Gliders), Buddy Holly Center, and National Ranching Heritage Center. Would return.
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Date of Stay: April, 2017
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We stayed a month and found plenty of interesting things to do in the Santa Fe / Taos areas. The campground is on the side of a hill; the sites at the bottom along the highway are flat and easily negotiable. The sites farther up the hill among the trees can be challenging for longer rigs to maneuver around, and the trees have the battle scars to prove it. The roads/sites on the hilly sections need some grading/leveling. Campground management was very nice and helpful. Restrooms were fine. There is a small pool, but it was not open yet during our stay. WIFI and cable. Laundry seemed expensive. Our main advice: if your have a longer rig (ours is 36' 5th wheel), ask for a site down near the highway. We would return.
4 people found this review helpful
Cedar Cove RV Park

Elephant Butte, NM

Date of Stay: April, 2017
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As advertised, definitely big rig friendly; our short term pull-through site could handle any length rig (plus toys). Facility is fairly large with different areas / levels, both long term and over-night sites. Sites and roads are gravel. Nice restrooms, showers. Friendly management. Although we stayed just a few days, their monthly rates are very attractive. We would return.
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KOA Lordsburg

Lordsburg, NM

Date of Stay: April, 2017
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OK (barely) for overnight stay just off I-10. Big rig friendly. Clean and well maintained. All gravel roads and sites. Don't trust your GPS to guide you to the entrance - go south from the I-10 Lordsburg exit, then turn right (west) at the first intersection (at abandoned gas station). There is a small KOA sign but we missed it. Not a particularly scenic area.
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Date of Stay: March, 2017
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Older KOA park off I-10 in-between Tucson and Phoenix. Big rig friendly. Easy on/off highway; can hear the traffic noise. Caters to both seasonal and over-nighters. Horse stables/arena bordering back of campground. Overall the RV park condition is good. There is a small but nice pool, and a good on-site restaurant for dinner. Good laundry (closes at 7pm), connected to club house. The interior roads and pads are dirt/gravel; can be dusty. The WIFI was weak, no cable. The restrooms/showers were average for a KOA. Limited retail/services are available locally, but city of Casa Grande is 15-20 minutes away. We prefer the more rural settings, so we would stay again.
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Benson KOA

Benson, AZ

Date of Stay: February, 2017
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Older KOA park just north of I-10 in Benson. Overall the RV park condition is average at best, definitely needs some updating. The short term sites in front are all drive-throughs; the monthly (electric metered) sites in the back are both back-ins are drive-throughs. The interior roads and pads are dirt/gravel; the access road to the park can use some repair/grading.The club house was used for storage and not open; the pool was drained and closed (seasonal?). The WIFI was weak, but the cable was OK. The restrooms/showers were average for a KOA. Overall, we were a little disappointed with the parks condition, however the management tried hard to accommodate us. The sites available to us were too short for both our fifth wheel and truck, so they let us use a full adjacent site to park our vehicles, at no additional charge. There are more than a dozen RV parks in the surrounding area, much nicer and with similar pricing - so the KOA pricing seems high for what you get. Having said that, we could not find an available spot at those other parks either (this is their high season). Also some of the other parks are near the railroad tracks (main line - very busy); the KOA is far enough away so the noise is not distracting. Overall this KOA is an acceptable short stay, close to I-10; particularly if the local "destination" type of RV parks are full.
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Las Cruces KOA

Las Cruces, NM

Date of Stay: January, 2017
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KOA park just off I-10 on the western outskirts of Las Cruces. There are plenty of things to do in the city, but we made the drive to the White Sands National Monument and were not disappointed (definitely recommended). Overall the RV park is in good condition. There are drive-through sites in the middle and back-ins around the periphery. The park sits up on a hill overlooking Las Cruses, so the back-in sites facing that direction have beautiful view of the city lights. Everything is gravel, but the sites have concrete strips under the wheels. During our stay, they groomed all the sites with rakes to keep it tidy. Sites are a little tight to the sides, but there are small picnic tables. There are washrooms, decent laundry, and pool (seasonal). Good WIFI and cable. Friendly management. Overall - good stopping point for travel along I-10. Would return.
1 people found this review helpful
MacMillen RV Park

Fort Davis, TX

Date of Stay: January, 2017
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Private RV park in Fort Davis. We wanted to visit historical Fort Davis and the MacDonald Observatory (both are excellent), and this RV park is convenient to both. Overall the RV park is in average condition; it is basically a large gravel lot. There are washrooms and laundry (dryers do not work well), but no pool or other amenities. Definitely not a resort, but OK for just passing through and enjoying the local sights. There are picnic tables, but the side spacing is somewhat tight. Good WIFI and cable.
7 people found this review helpful
Fort Stockton RV Park

Fort Stockton, TX

Date of Stay: January, 2017
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Private RV park (old KOA) in Fort Stockton, just off of I-10. Overall the RV park is in average condition, although they were working on some improvements. Combination of long term and short term sites. The short term sites were mostly pull-throughs. Gravel roads and pads (with picnic table). Good WIFI and cable. Adequate rest rooms (women's currently being re-done). Friendly management. Restaurant on-site serving great basic food. Good location for an overnight stop about 300 miles west of San Antonio via I-10. Would return.
4 people found this review helpful
Fredericksburg RV Park

Fredericksburg, TX

Date of Stay: January, 2017
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Private RV park in Fredericksburg, minutes from downtown. There is a lot to see and do nearby. The Admiral Nimitz and the National Museum of the Pacific War is outstanding. Overall the RV park is in good condition, all the sites are pull-throughs. Gravel roads and pads (with picnic table). Good WIFI and cable. Rest rooms, showers, and laundry were clean and roomy. Seems a popular spot for snow birds. Would return.
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San Antonio / Alamo KOA

San Antonio, TX

Date of Stay: December, 2016
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Nice KOA close to downtown San Antonio and its Riverwalk. Approximately 10 minutes off I-10. Short city bus ride downtown; the bus stop is just outside of KOA front gate ($1.30 each way). The AT&T convention center is minutes away. Location is in a industrial area, but security seems good, and the park itself has all the amenities and is well maintained. There is a lot to see and do in San Antonio and the surrounding area. Overall the RV park was is very good condition, the majority of sites are pull-throughs. Paved roads, gravel pads (picnic table & grill). Good WIFI and cable. Rest rooms, showers, and laundry were clean and roomy. Pizza and wings available in the office; breakfast out at their "chuck wagon" most mornings. Would return.
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Date of Stay: October, 2016
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Nice KOA on Lake Livingston. Very well maintained and operated. Friendly camp hosts and office staff. Best KOA we have stayed at yet. Situated on the lake with boat ramp and small beach. Good casual restaurant on the water. Large outdoor pool. Park roads are paved and most sites are paved and level. Both pull-throughs and back-ins. Not much to do in Onalaska itself, but surrounding area has a lot of historical sites to visit. Lake Livingston has good fishing. We stayed more than a month and enjoyed it; we would definitely return.
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Midway Park

Waco, TX

Date of Stay: September, 2016
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Corp of Engineers campground on Waco Lake. All sites are spacious, with shade trees, grills, and fire pits. Nice woodsy setting and views. Short walk to lake and boat ramp. Campground roads are paved, but sites are gravel. All sites are back-ins, some have ramps with up-grades. Our assigned space had a steep up-grade, our 2WD truck could not get enough traction on the gravel to back-in our 5th wheel. Luckily, they had a another less challenging site for us to use. No WIFI or cable. Had issues with the electric power, but COE ranger quickly replaced all the pedestal outlets and breakers (very nice and professional). Average restrooms for a state or federal park. We would visit again.
3 people found this review helpful
Riverside Park RV

Brownwood, TX

Date of Stay: September, 2016
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Small RV park adjacent to Riverside city park and on Pecan Bayou (all waterfront sites). Retail and restaurants are within blocks. All sites are long, paved pull-throughs. Good WIFI and cable. Clean restrooms and laundry. Short walk to Riverside Park which is well maintained and includes Frisbee golf, and a paved walking path. We stayed for a week and enjoyed the convenience of both the park and close by retail. Friendly management. Would definitely return.
4 people found this review helpful
Whip In RV Park

Big Spring, TX

Date of Stay: August, 2016
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Small RV park in Big Spring TX just east of a oil refinery, seemingly catering to long term customers. Easy on/off from I-20, and OK for short stay. Some long term units in poor condition. Good WIFI and cable. The roads and sites are gravel. Our site was level, but there was little space to the sides.
4 people found this review helpful
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