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Friday, July 3, 2015

Beaver, Utah KOA

Above, the office and store of the Beaver, Utah KOA. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

During our recent trip to Yellowstone National Park, we stayed at KOA Kampgrounds.

First, while en route to Yellowstone, we stayed at the Beaver, Utah KOA, which was about halfway to our destination from Los Angeles. Second, our base of operations while visiting Yellowstone was the West Entrance KOA in West Yellowstone, Montana. Third, and the last, was the Richfield, Utah KOA.

Above, our campsite at the Beaver KOA. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

This blog post will be the first of three reviewing the KOA Kampgrounds we stayed at. I should mention that each KOA is franchised and privately owned.

The Beaver, Utah KOA was located in a nice area of town with plenty of shade trees. The campsites tended to be a little on the narrow side, although they can accommodate RVs up to 90' maximum length. The grounds were nicely maintained.

The campground has a playground, pool and other recreational things to keep yourselves occupied.

Additionally, the restrooms and showers were very clean, which pleased my daughter Amber very much.

Another view of our campsite. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

The campground is owned by Michael and Stephanie Joyner and is located at 1428 Manderfield Road, Beaver, UT 84713. For more information on the Beaver KOA, go here.

Above, the pool and playground area. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

The Beaver KOA is one that I would not hesitate to stay at in the future.

My grade: A.

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