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Apache Trail KOA
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Reviewed 24 March 2012

Stayed one night in one of the Kamping Cabins at this Arizona KOA. The cabin was tiny, but very clean, comfortable, and cute. It had one full-size bed and a bunk bed, a small writing table and chair, and a small ledge between the beds that you could use for smaller items (a book, phone, etc.) The small porch also had a swing. The lady who checked us in was very personable and helpful. The campgrounds were clean and well-kept. There were two drawbacks: First, there was a group of campers who were a bit loud. They may be long-term campers, as they had a string of lights set up at their site. They sat outside talking and laughing but shortly after the scheduled "quiet time" of 10:00 p.m., they did quiet down for the most part. The other noise problem was two dogs that barked for a long time - possibly not even on the campground property but I could hear them barking and barking. This isn't something the park manager can control, but just be aware. Bathrooms and showers clean and well maintained. This is a good deal (about $50/night for the cabin) for travelers in the Phoenix area.
(A note: My son did not care for the restrooms, and said it felt creepy. A man was in his underwear only, and another man was washing his upper body in the sink. Don't know about campground restroom etiquette for men - perhaps this is the norm.)

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank DaisyJane_11
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Reviewed 18 March 2012

We have stayed at this KOA several times over the years and have found it to be pretty good overall. However, each year its WIFI has just plain bad. This year it was particularly bad, thus this review.
This is actually a pretty good KOA: friendly staff, good facilities, etc. But I enjoy keeping up with the news and email when I travel. It is simply not possible at this KOA. The response time is very slow, taking up to one or two minutes to load a web page. After finally getting we web page up, it was usually gone in a few minutes, resulting in a "no response from the website" message. There is no reason for an advertised WIFI to simple not be functional like this one is.

Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
4  Thank Tom G
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Reviewed 16 July 2010

Due to Arizona being bankrupt and a lot of State Parks being closed down, it was hard to find campgrounds in the Phoenix area. Wanted to stay at Lost Dutchman State Park off Apache Trail, but since it was closed we stayed here, which is basically the start point of the Apache Trail (an amazing drive). Stayed 2 nights in tent. Had electric and water hookup which was nice. Blazing hot early in the morning tho, so be prepared in summer. Showers were clean and refreshing. Also had a pool. We stayed so active once we got to the campground, we we ready to sleep, so if was perfect for our needs.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 November 2015
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Stayed: November 2015, travelled with family
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Reviewed 29 July 2012 via mobile
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  • Stayed: July 2012
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