KOA Living-Nine Campgrounds

by eric 30. August 2010 08:10

I stayed at 9 KOA Campgrounds for 12 days and enjoyed every single one, some had pools, all had stores, some sold Beer and Liquor, some had Hot Tubs, some even had air-conditioning and TV, all were clean. The basic cabins called Kabins in KOA lingo had a small desk, a porch, a barbeque grill and picnic table. The Deluxe Kabins had what the basic had plus a bathroom, kitchenette and were more spacious. Basic Kabins can be as little as 45 dollars a night and Deluxe Kabins run about 90 dollars a night, overall it’s still cheaper than most hotels. Even though the basic Kabins do not have a bathroom the communal bathrooms were all clean, had nice showers and I never had to wait to use them. What I liked the most about KOA was they were all quiet, designed around families it’s not a party atmosphere and by 10 pm all is quiet. Designed to pull your motorcycle/car right up to the Kabin unloading is a breeze. You must bring your own linens and I used my Big Agnes sleeping bag and cooked with my Jetboil Stove system.

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Laramie KOA, Wyoming

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Cortez KOA, Colorado – Two Days

Richfield KOA, Utah

Cedar City KOA, Utah

Ely KOA, Nevada – Two Days

MT Shasta KOA, California

Culver KOA, Oregon

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