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Old 10-04-2010, 10:34 PM   #1
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KOA, Pueblo Colorado

We went to Wyoming from Az. and on the way back stayed at the KAO on I-25 south of Colorado Springs and just north of Pueblo.
While the campground is very nice, the horn blasts from the very close train is not. There must be a crossing very close to the campground but we did not see it.
The horn is loud enough to make you jump out of a sound sleep! Normally the trains that are running the tracks are not loud enough to wake us up as the motorhome is usually quiet inside.
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Old 10-05-2010, 05:33 AM   #2
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We stayed there in October 2008... slept like a newborn... no train noise that we heard.

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Old 10-05-2010, 07:35 AM   #3
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We have learned during the last 4 years that KOA is an old indian word for "NEXT TO RAILROAD TRACKS".
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The normal noise from the trains going down the tracks doesn't bother us, but these horn blasts seemed like they were every hour and right outside our door!
There is a state 2 way highway next to the freeway there and there must be a train crossing on the otherside of the interstate.
Not a good nights sleep at all.
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Twelve years ago the management had me seeing red, so I don't remember the trains. Hope your stay was fine otherwise.
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...in addition to being an old indian word for "NEXT TO RAILROAD TRACKS", and short for "Keep On Adding", maybe KOA also means "Keep Overnighters Awake" ?
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