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Old 02-11-2019, 06:01 PM   #29
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We’re spending the month at the Tucson Lazy Days KOA. It is a “resort” KOA but it’s great. It’s expensive and worth it. And the KOA at the Durant, OK casino is also a great KOA.

There are good ones out there, you just have to read the reviews.
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I find KOAs to be a little pricier. We don't use the amenities so I don't like paying for that.
Conditionwise, they are all over the place. Some have not upgraded since my grandfather was towing his Shasta trailer around, some are upgrading, and some have plenty of room.
I like the KOA Journeys (the one in Gila Bend is great) as they are design for short/overnight stays.
I will renew and probably will stay in a few this RV season.
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The KOA near Watkins Glen has one of the best water slides I have ever ridden. lol

As I mostly dry camp at race tracks, the mixing in of a full hook up place with usually great amenities is a nice change if we happen to stay at one during our trips to and from our events.

The staff are usually great and the facilities are usually clean. But as with everything that others have mentioned, there are chances of running across a facility that may fall short of your expectations....
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Were ok with them, we will research a KOA or any campground, if it gets good reviews and if the KOA fits our needs we will book it. So far the KOA's have met our expectations.

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We don't make a habit of staying in RV park type settings. But I would certainly do a one night're in one. Probably would do a Google Earth to get a view 1st, to make sure it's not total wall to wall sardine style.
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