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You can tell it was staged, the stabilizers aren't down.
Why stay at a KOA when you can camp in your own front yard
I apologize if you took my sarcasm of the picture which looks like people camping in a front yard to mean that KOA camping is not camping. I am a card carrying KOA camper and enjoy my points for free nights.Don't be rude and quick to judge.
We will be traveling thru Nevada in August... KOA may be an oasis in the desert!!!
John & Lori in Northern VA2015 T@B CS Max "Uteki" aka "H@wk T@B"2012 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab 4x4 Off-Road "Zame"
A few weeks
ago, on our leg of the journey between Yellowstone and Mt Rushmore, we stayed
at a KOA in Sheridan, WY. (let me just go on the record here, KOA is never our first choice because they are usually expensive and crowded) However, we found the Sheridan / Big Horn Mountains KOA Journey a great place for an overnight stay. They had
just invested in a new WiFi service, but it wasn't working. The manager asked us
to call the support number and complain about the service. She was told by the service provider that they
didn't think there really was a problem, because not that many people were complaining. We were all to happy to oblige. We always
play putt-putt golf at these ridiculously old pitiful KOA mini golf courses, that were
probably new in the 50s and 60s. Doesn't matter to us how run down it is...
@Sandiegogal and I have a blast knocking balls all over the place.
BTW.....Seeing a T@b in a KOA ad......is very cool indeed.
@Photomom.... Which KOA in the Amish area are you referring to? Hershey Park has 2-3 in that area, and I would prefer to avoid the one that has owners who "should NOT have been in the hospitality business". Thanks!