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The two RV Gypsies at
Thunder Bay KOA
June 27-28, 2013

Welcome to Thunder Bay KOA sign
an Inukshuk
stuff hanging in the KOA office

Thunder Bay KOA advertised that they have cable sites, and they do, however only 36 sites out of their 155 sites actually had cable on this date. The site that the two RV Gypsies were on did not have cable, and they only got 3 channels on their TV, plus one French station. The Wi-Fi would not connect at the site of the two RV Gypsies, so they had to go to the office to use the internet. Some trains blowing their horns could be heard during the night.

This KOA won the 2011 Campground of the Year award. (Karen hates spelling campground with a K - because in her opinion when businesses spell their names wrong, it contributes to children not knowing how to spell correctly - at least in Karen's opinion.) 

Anyway, this KOA was nicely decorated and kept, but the two RV Gypsies will not give it any  awards  because the most important thing to the two RV Gypsies are: full hook-ups with 50 amp service, cable TV with lots of channels, secured Wi-Fi at the sites, roads in the campground must be easy for big rigs to maneuver and be wide enough for two RVs to pass each other (which is seldom the case), trees trimmed so they don't scratch the RV as it drives in and out of the park. The two RV Gypsies don't use pools, laundromats, playgrounds, campground showers or restrooms, games rooms etc. - although most people probably do use those things. (The two RV Gypsies aren't camping, just parking the RV and using their toad to tour the area). And that's possibly the stuff KOA's are judged on to get awards. Oh well - this is just the opinion of the two RV Gypsies, and these comments do not make the campground good or bad in general - everyone has their own expectations and needs from a campground.

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