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Old 10-12-2011, 08:42 AM   #21
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Thing I've never understood is why such a wide array of service levels in KOA. With a national chain you would expect more standardization. If you get a big Mac in Georgia or Oregon the food and crappy service are about the same. I've never understood KOA.
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Old 10-16-2011, 08:25 AM   #22
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Las Vegas, New Mexico! KOA;

http://koa.com/campgrounds/las-vegas-new-mexico/

Great place to stay! Rascal and I enjoyed the night we spent there.
Well maintained. Folks were very friendly. Have a small restraunt out back of the office. Denny cooks the best Green Chili cheesburger I've had so far. had the other 2 in other parts of N.M.
$35.and change for the night with discount (VFW, AARP and a few others).
Just East of I-25 South of town.

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Old 01-10-2012, 05:07 PM   #23
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My wife and I stayed at the KOA in Willitts California on our return trip from Oregon. Beatiful setting and very well maintained. Great place for the kids with a small water park, petting zoo and fish pond. It also has disk golf and great hiking trails. all for about $65. It is just a couple of miles west of the town of Willitts off of Hiway 101 towards Fort Bragg.
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Old 02-05-2012, 05:34 AM   #24
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Red Lodge KOA, Red Lodge, MT (2) Our stay was July 2011. Nice owner & employees but the campground needed lots of work. Had not been mowed, no gravel, etc... But Red Lodge sits at the base of the Bear Tooth Mts. an awesome site that is a must see. The small western town of Red Lodge was very nice.

Dubois KOA, Dubois, WY (-1) Aug. 2011, The Dust Bowl of Wyoming. Dust was several inches thick every where and the owners road around on a golf cart at break neck speed stirring it up. The old western town and Cowboy Cafe were great. Also, enjoyed the Big Horn Sheep Museum in town.

Have stayed at other KOA's in the past that were very nice and some not so.
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Old 02-17-2012, 02:13 PM   #25
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Has anyone stayed at the KOA in Estes Park, Co. ? We just booked it for the Irish Fest. It was 66.00 a night including our disc for being a member. Just wanted to know if it is worth the money.
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Old 03-15-2012, 11:57 AM   #26
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KOA Astoria in Oregon

In my opinion the KOA in Astoria, Oregon is the best KOA my family and I have stayed at. Some sites are paved while other sites are secluded and there is plenty to do for the whole family including a wonderful pancake breakfast. If you're ever in oregon this is the KOA to stay at. Plus your only minutes away from the coast.
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Old 03-15-2012, 02:56 PM   #27
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We have stayed at the KOA's for years, renew our card every year even though we may not stay that year. We get points now, get free camping after point level achievement.
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Old 05-27-2012, 02:57 AM   #28
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DW and I spent the night at the KOA in Wytheville, VA (pronouned withville).

Not really impressed at all. Was great for a 1 night pass thru. Seleted a pull thru sight via after hrs check in. Wouldn't stay here for a weekend or extended trip.....pull thru sites very narrow. Would stay here again for 1 night while travelling. Very close to highway.....rts 81 and 77.

Cabins had a fence immed out front with camp sites right on the other side....didn't seem fair to cabin renters.

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Old 05-31-2012, 02:34 PM   #29
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Recently stayed at the Natural Bridges KOA, in Va. It is very convent to Interstate 81, but not close enough that you could hear the highway noise. The staff was both friendly and efficient. My DW said the lady facilities where very clean. We choose this KOA based upon it was a mid point on a visit to Charleston, SC from upstate NY. On the way down, we chose only electric and water hook up. the site was small but sufficient for out 32 ft. Outback and we were only staying the night. ($40 with KOA discount). On the way back we did the same thing but with pull through and full hookup. ( $60). to sum it up, it was a safe, clean and convent and would use it again on future trips.
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Old 06-01-2012, 04:48 PM   #30
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Curious if anyone has ever stayed at the KOA in Hocking Hills, OH or if there is a better campground for a no-kids, long weekend outing with the DW.
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