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Rawlins KOA

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This is a Journey KOA...not a fancy place but good for an overnight stopping place for us on our trip to South Dakoda. Located just off the freeway but not too noisy at night. The office is clean and stocked with neat gift ideas as well as some "repair" stuff for RV's like 1/2"
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Not the quality we are accustomed to for a KOA. We stayed in a tent and our view one direction was the back of an apartment complex. The view the other way is the interstate which you could hear all night.
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This KOA Journey is very clean! They have individual showers which is lovely and great water pressure! The staff are friendly and very helpful Probably the o Lynna thing I would change is the pull through. It was gravel which is fine but a little uneven. The electricity went
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As most of the reviews show, this is an overnight stop for folks on their way across the country and is not usually a destination KOA. Everything you need is here with clean bathrooms and showers with hot water and strong water pressure. Yes it’s windy so each tent and Kabin
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We arrived early. Park was empty but we were told we couldn't check in because they weren't sure our spot was empty. If we paid for an extra day $42 we could get a spot. How would it suddenly became empty??? We said we would wait. 10 minutes later we were told our spot was
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"RV sites facing the sun as we were, are scorching on a hot day."
"Wifi was not the best but most campground are not! If you stay there take in Seminoe dam but come in from the south end by lake."
"If you're going to be staying here in winter like we did, be sure to get a cabin or RV spot near the bath house to make time spent trekking through high winds and snow minimal."
"Be sure to look at the map of the campground on the KOA website and then call to find out about the different spots. After doing that then make your reservation online and request the row you would like to be in."
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