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Glamis North KOA Lodges now available!


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Where Action and Luxury Camping converge…

Our New Lodges Are Ready!

Lodges $116/night 120 ft Full hookup sites $39 and up

120′ pull-through RV sites

Water, sewer, electric, cable, wifi

Swimming pool

Ride 100’s of miles on all types of trails from your cabin, RV or tent site

Showers

Full service restaurant

Souvenir / Gift shop

For reservations call 800-562-7554 or visit online at www.glamisnorthkoa.com

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