San Angelo Koa

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This historic spot between the Hill Country and the rolling plains started as a military outpost, Fort Concho, to protect the settlers as they moved West after the Civil War. The lawless town of "Santa Angela" cropped up across the river. Today's contemporary attractions include boating and water sports on Lake Nasworthy (less than a mile from the KOA), the planetarium at Angelo State University and the beautiful river walk through town. You can shop for antiques, visit museums and play golf. Then relax at KOA's 10-acre campground covered with native mesquite trees. Enjoy Wi-Fi, cable TV in the game room, barbecue pits and a 1,200-square-foot covered picnic area that can be reserved for group use.
Contact: Private (Campground Website)
Posted by: on February 23, 2011
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    Campground Activities

    Fishing, Golf

    Campground Amenities

    Electrical hookups, Pets OK, Water hookups

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    Reviewed by sadsettler on July 3, 2011

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    We called ahead to check out the amenities of this park and were told that internet access was available. Well, WiFi is available but you can only stay online for 2 minutes and then have to disconnect and reconnect. This is NOT what we were expecting at all. Travelers use WiFi to stay in touch with family and friends and RV Parks KNOW this so why do they even advertise WiFi if you can't utilize it. At least those that need it could look for somewhere else to stay. The restrooms are not clean and there is no water pressure and the laundry room is out of the ice age.. As for the manager and his wife...well, to say hospitable would be going too far. The lady at the front desk is offended if she has to get out of her chair to help you and David, the park mgr is friendly as long as you don't have a question or a problem, then he's rude and offensive and acts like you are bothering him by being there. For a one night stay over in an emergency situation it's ok but anything longer or on purpose would be a mistake!
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