Oklahoma City East/Choctaw KOA, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City East/Choctaw KOA (Kampgrounds of America) is just 16 miles east of downtown Oklahoma City on I40. The website states that it's an award-winning KOA in a shaded country setting. I spent two months in South Oklahoma City at a campground that was in the city and I was ready for a change before... Continue Reading →

Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA, Holbrook, AZ

I stayed here for 3 nights and would consider a long term stay at this KOA. The sites are spacious, there are nice amenities, there are many restaurants nearby, and the National Park is 23 miles away. Although we had terrible weather while here, with winds gusting up to 50 mph, I could still see... Continue Reading →

Barstow/Calico KOA

We did spend a week at the actual Calico Ghost Town campground but I had an extra 3 days before I needed to be in Bakersfield and I wanted to do laundry so we checked in here. This campground is also on Ghost Town Road but it's off a frontage road by the freeway and... Continue Reading →

Visalia/Sequoia KOA

I have stayed here twice and thought that I had written a review until I went back to check older blogs. I haven't written about this place and don't currently have any pictures so I'll "borrow" some from the internet. This is an easy on/easy off KOA from I-99 in the town of Visalia, not... Continue Reading →

The Desert — the good and the bad

Benson KOA was a typical KOA and we enjoyed our stay. Thousand Trails Palm Desert was a nightmare. Benson KOA, Benson, AZ Positives: Quiet, easy on/off, large pull thru spaces Stocked store with supplies and souvenirs Dog walk area and off leash park Propane Helpful owners and employees and open 7 am to 7 pm... Continue Reading →

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