Kingman KOA Journey, Kingman, AZ

I believe this is a popular and well-run KOA in the historical and tourist area of Route 66 and Kingman. However, given a choice, I probably wouldn't stay here again. The facilities were well-kept and the front office has personable employees and a well stocked store but I wasn't happy with the site set ups.... Continue Reading →

Lost Hills RV Park, Lost Hills, CA

If you are traveling south or north through California and don't want the bone-jarring, frequent accidents, and construction stops of I-99, and elect to take I-5, I would recommend this RV Park as a quick overnight stopping place. I would not recommend it for any type of vacation or longer stay although there are a... Continue Reading →

Tucumcari KOA Journey, Tucumcari, NM

Tucumcari has some fun places to check out when you are passing through, including iconic Route 66 motels and museums. Last time I was here, I stayed at a picturesque historic RV Park called Cactus RV Park that, unfortunately, ended up going the way of many of the original Route 66 businesses and was sold... Continue Reading →

Amarillo KOA Journey, Amarillo, TX

This KOA Journey is off of I-40 just before you reach the heart of Amarillo. Although it seems to be stuck in the middle of nowhere it's a popular stopping off point for travelers, hence the name. It doesn't look like much, it was very dusty and windy the day I was there and there... Continue Reading →

Lubbock KOA, Lubbock, TX

I was just traveling through and needed a convenient place with a pull-thru for the night. It appeared that I was the only over-nighter with the majority of spaces taken with long-term workers. However, it seemed clean and quiet and there weren't any piles of stuff laying outside or a junky look at all. Most... Continue Reading →

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