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Old 12-27-2014, 12:39 PM   #141
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We stayed at the Asheville KOA last fall. We really liked it - beautiful setting. They had signs saying that bears frequent the campground; but it didn't seem like anything threatening, and we didn't see any.
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Old 12-28-2014, 03:08 PM   #142
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Staunton KOA

Stayed in Stauton VA koa in Oct on our way to charlotte would give it a 4.5. People friendly,sites roomy, bathrooms clean. The premium sites at the top of the hill is my recommendation.
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Old 02-13-2015, 11:22 AM   #143
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Dont know if it has been mentioned yet, have not read al posts. But the KOA in Copake is an AWSOME place to stay. Great family owns it and good activities great rules and very clean.
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Old 02-19-2015, 05:28 PM   #144
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KOA- Mount Rushmore - I wholeheartedly agree with a previous post. This place caters to any style camper from tents to big rigs. It's a mecca for kids. Grandkids had a blast!! So did grandma and grandpa. Activities galore and close to major attractions. Great place to establish a base location for site seeing adventures. My favorite memory -the all you can eat pancake breakfast each morning in the big tent. Staff extremely friendly and helpful.
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Old 02-20-2015, 04:09 PM   #145
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KOA-Interior,SD

Nice quiet campground about 3 miles SW of the Badlands NP HQ on HWY 44. I always stay here on our way to Mt. Rushmore. Well run, clean. Friendly staff. Breakfast and dinner served daily in case you don't want to cook.You must try their Indian tacos. 2014 -$38 night with electric. Can accommodate all types of RV's.
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Old 02-20-2015, 04:30 PM   #146
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KOA-Mitchell, SD

A decent place to stay after a long days trip. Close to the Corn Palace. Easy to get to off I90. What you'd expect to see from a KOA-clean, friendly, helpful staff. They helped me fix my slide out problem.
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Old 02-20-2015, 04:35 PM   #147
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Unhappy KOA-Albert Lea, MN

Out in the middle of a farm field off I-90. Extremely easy to access. A place to stay overnight and that is it. Pool water was so brown you couldn't see the bottom of it. Lots of construction around pool area, which is in dire need of repair. Was glad to get on the road the next morning.
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Old 02-21-2015, 07:03 AM   #148
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We typically stay at KOA's when we are traveling through. There are couple that we do visit every year because they are nice campgrounds:

Eureka Springs, AR KOA-Our favorite. Visit here twice a year over Mermorial and Labor Day weekends. The staff is great and it is a nicer older campground. The owners seen to make improvements ever winter. I highly recommend it.

Branson, Mo KOA-This is also a nice campground. Stayed here a couple times. Nice staff and campground is nice.

Hot Springs, AR KOA-Stayed here last year for a week. Nice campground and nice staff. Would recommend this place also.

Fort Smith, AR KOA-Stayed here one night last year on our way to Hot Springs, AR. Will not return. They put us up in trailer park. I figured it was a older park. Do not recommend.
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Old 02-21-2015, 07:08 AM   #149
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There are four that are always repeats for us - Santa Fe KOA (spring & fall), Williams AZ Circle Pines KOA, Cannonville, UT KOA (Bryce National Park), Salt Lake City KOA (our son lives there) All four are great!
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Old 02-21-2015, 10:52 AM   #150
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We visit the Woodstock, Quechee and Freeport KOA's as they are all around 2 hours from home. We had a real nice conversation of the Copake KOA in NY at the Springfield RV show, it is about 3 hours or so away, hope to get there this year.
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