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First of all this campground is not on the lake. You can almost see the lake from the campground. Otherwise OK place for over night stop. Largest sites I have ever seen. Almost double the site of any other campground. Level and all gravel. Very little grass except at very edge of sites. Sites are level and good hook ups. No TV reception, but good WiFi and Cell service. Good over night stop on the road to Denver. Just don't expect to be near the lake.

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This is our second time staying at this campground and there is not much I can add to the previous reviews. It is a great place to stay. Very friendly staff and large level terraced sites with great views. Good WiFi and cell service. Don't forget the ice cream! 3 miles from battlefield which is a must see!

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Very nice KOA. Huge. Our site was level and had grass around it. Level and good placement of hookups. WiFi worked well. Lots of activities if you wanted them. Breakfast served daily. Excellent cable and WiFi. You could walk to shopping and food. Did not like the first site they assigned me and they willingly changed it. Very busy place, but good overnight on our way east.

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No way is this a resort. It is a very nice RV park, but the only amenity it has is a river and big grass field. The sites are very nice and are gravel with grass between. Good WiFi and cell reception and not far from town. You could walk to visitor's center and some restaurants. Great place to stop after crossing the border. Most sites are back in, but they have some pull thrus, but you better reserve the ahead. Seemed to be the best place in town. Would stay here again.

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Great location right on the lake. Beautiful views of the lake and they have rental boats if you want to ride around the lake or fish. The lake front sites do not have sewer, but of you want sewer you can still have a great view. They have some cabins and motel rooms. They allow fires and have firewood. Not much in the store. People who run it a very helpful. Sites are grass and a great break from the normal gravel parking lots in Canada. Would stay here again.

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We picked this park because it is right downtown. We do not have a car so we wanted to be able to walk to town. It is a large gravel parking lot and units are crammed in very close. But this is norm in Alaska. The people are very helpful and you can book charters and tours at the office. It is within walking distance of Safeway and has beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and waterfalls. Showers are clean and free. There is very little grass and that is hard on the dog. They have a big communal campfire every night.

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I agree with the previous reviews. The best campground we have stayed at in Alaska. What a view of the Inlet and mountains. Eagles flying around your campsite and boats and whales in the Inlet. You are on high bluff overlooking the Cook Inlet, nothing between you and the view. Site have grass behind them and between them and are level gravel. The new owners are working hard to make this a really fine RV park. Showers are clean and they give you two free showers when you check in. The WiFi is among the best we have found in Alaska. Cell service works great. We planned on staying two days and stayed three and if it had not started to rain, might have stayed another day. Much better than staying on the Spit. Easy drive to town and the Spit. Nice campground host that had lots of suggestions on the area. Would stay here again in heartbeat!

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Nice park located across from the river. It is a bit tight getting into the back in site. All gravel throughout the park, but a nice dog walk at the rear of the park that is all grass. Owner very nice and helpful. He was able to hook us up with a great fishing guide on short notice. Park is convenient to downtown where you can find all services. Site was pretty level and the showers and restrooms were very clean and the showers were free. Would stay here again.

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This is a nice little park locate 19 miles from Seward. It is on Lake Kenai, though the RV sites are not lake front. The restrooms and showers are spotless. All the sites are back in and quite roomy. Each has a fire ring and picnic table. The owner is very helpful and very attentive. The WiFi works. He has some paddle boats for your use on the lake. It is very quiet and site are pretty level and quite large by Alaska standards. There is also a lot of grass around. The only negative is the distance from Seward.

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Nice park off the beaten path. Pull through was pretty level and the people were very nice. Has nice mountain views and even saw a mother and baby moose near the entrance. Not to hard to find and not very far from town which all the services you could want. Easy to get in to your site and into the park. Very quiet at night. Would stay here again.

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Very nice park for an overnight stay. Convenient to the highway. Easy entry and the roads in the park are fine. Our site was back-in and paved with grass and picnic table-- near the showers. Wi-Fi was really good, as was our Verizon signal. The country store is really nice with over a 100 kinds of cheese. This is a great overnight stop if you are near Kansas City. We found the employees very nice and helpful and would stay again.

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A real surprise. This is a nice little park next to Arrowhead Lake. It has a lot of full time or seasonal residents, but we had a nice site that was saved for overnight guests. The people we very nice and we enjoyed the park. Drive in was easy and the roads were fine. Our site was level and near the lake. Would stay here again. Great value.

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I hate to disagree with some of the earlier reviews, but I was really disappointed in this park. When we arrived we were handed a map and told to go find a space! They said they had no idea where there were empty sites, but just look around. We drove around for about 30 minutes and finally found a site in section D. It was dirt and fairly level and had 30 amp service. The park is not bad and the bath houses were quite nice, but the service stinks! They do not respond to customers. There are no trash cans or pick up. I know I got this membership with TT hoping I would buy at the end of the year, well if this park is representative of their product, I will not be purchasing.

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This is a great campground with very helpful owners. It is right on the Mississippi River and watching the barges is a treat in itself. The sites are wide and there is a variety. Ours was paved on faced the river. Very level. Roads are gravel and they water them down to keep dust down. They fog every other night to keep bugs down. There is no pool. The laundry is FREE! Ice is a dollar and drinks $.50. Some tour companies will pick you up if you don't want to drive into Memphis. We would stay again in a heartbeat. Wi-Fi was strong and antenna reception was good.

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Nice KOA. Stayed for Frontier Days, thus the high price. Nice people who work hard to be helpful. Sites are level and gravel. All the roads are gravel. Has cable TV and WiFi, which is pretty strong. Easy on and off from Interstate. Place was completely full for the Rodeo and was not crowded. Would stay here again if I was in Cheyenne.