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Resort accepts only class A or C coaches 25 feet or longer. Site cost reflects mid week, summer rate, for site far away from clubhouse. Four rates structures: winter, fall, summer, spring, with summer being the highest. Weekend camping appears to have a 4 night minimum. Rates vary from 45.00 to 105.00 per night depending on season and location in the park. Want to park on the bluff facing the ocean? Then it's 105.00 per nigh right now. Other than the cost, it's a nice resort with 2 pools, 2 spas, paved roads, room to maneuver big rigs, nicely placed utilities, major cable, wifi at clubhouse. Good Verizon signal.

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Called Grants Pass KOA but is 11 miles North on town just off I5. Okay for a KOA. Friendly staff. No cable or OTA TV. No wifi. No pool. Sites level but part of park is on lower River level so a little challenging negotiating big rigs down hill road to lower sites. Upper sites on level ground. Park is clean and is quiet at night. Weak Verizon signal. Dirt and gravel roads so some dust. Water pressure low at times. I believe it is overpriced for what you get.

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Friendly staff, large pull through sites with room to maneuver. River view sites. Large pool, hot tub, free wifi, major cable, two dog runs, gated entry. Strong Verizon signal. Next to I5 so some sites will have traffic noise. Could hear the train in the distance.

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Typical KOA with reasonably level gravel parking pads that, as usual, could use some more gravel. Nice pool and dog run. Quite a few trees so some spaces had shade. Cable TV. Gravel interior roads so some dust. Good Verizon signal. Well away from busy roads so very quiet at night.

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A true RV resort with all you would expect from a class operation. Level concrete pads, nicely placed utilities, cable tv, adult and child pools, hot tub, wifi, dog runs. Rate reflects premium site with grass. They have standard back in sites, upgraded standard pull through sites with gravel next to pad, premium sites with grass and special premium sites that are back in but have a provided grill for cooking outside. Each upgrade in site type costs $5 more per night. Friday and Saturday nights are an additional $5 per night for all sites. Did have a problem with 50amp breaker tripping and they moved me to another site. Close to I15 so some sites will have some noise but the park is so big that not all sites will be this way. Good strong Verizon signal.

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Pull through sites are level for your motor home but your towed vehicle may be on a slight slope depending on your site. Utilities well placed. Two large dog runs. Cable tv with 10 channels. Far enough from the highway to be quiet even with truck stop fuel station at the I40 exit. Located about 12 miles East of Kingman, AZ. Easy check in and friendly staff. Campground was well cared for and clean which is much appreciated.

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Level pull through sites. Utilities well placed. Good stop if visiting Great Basin NP. No amenities. No tv, OTA or cable. Sat tv probably ok but I don't have it. Verizon signal strong but shows as extended network, 3G. Restrooms looked adequate only, didn't use though. Laundry shares space with storage room. Two washers and dryers plus two commercial dryers, again didn't use. Restaurant, small casino and gas station out front. Was told to pick any open site. As other reviewer commented, sites have complementary dog droppings which I had to clean up before I would let my dogs walk outside out site. Pretty old and warped picnic table.although close to highway it seemed to be reasonably quiet. No dog run.

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Rated 10/10/10 by Good Sam. Nice large indoor pool and hot tub, laundry, book exchange library, craft room, billiard room, card room. Lots of park models but also dedicated RV area. Park on gravel. Hookups well located. Patios are all small and broken at some sites. Very quiet park

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Nice little park about 3 miles from I40. Friendly staff. No cable but OTA brought in 20+ channels. Strong Verizon signal. Park has wifi but I Used private Verizon. Utilities mid site but sewer connection is at a funny angle making it hard to connect. Site was not level but jacks leveled the rig.

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Price reflects back row in the woods farthest away from the river. Easy access from I40 and I55. Neat to see tug boats and barges go up and down the river. No cable but decent OTA. Okay Verizon signal. Some sites have concrete pads while others are gravel.

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Park was clean and off the highway so no noise there, but very near a train track and train whistles both evening and during the night while we were there. Power and sewer connections mid site. Cable TV was fuzzy. Better reception OTA. Strong Verizon signal. Parking pad was not level, sloping both down and left requiring maximum jack extension. Other sites I saw appeared to be more level. No dog run, but plenty of room to exercise your pal. Okay for an overnight stop. On the lake so if you are into boating it might work out well for you.

     

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Ebenezer Park

Rock Hill, South Carolina

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County park that was well maintained and clean. Sewer connection well placed mid site. Gate guarded with park ranger oversight.

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Okay for an overnight stop if you don't mind driving for about 8 miles on back country roads with some low hanging branches. That being said, it was a very quiet stop since it is surrounded by forest. Nice stream through the campground. No cable, no over the air reception, no Verizon service. Campground was clean and there is a host that helps you park. Some spaces might be difficult to get in or out due to trees.

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Rate reflects off season and Good Sam discount. Park is very well kept. Office staff is efficient. Plenty for kids to do in the park (swimming, with life guard, boating, playground, cart rentals). Appeared to be a lot of seasonal rentals in one part of the park but no issues as sites were well kept. Park is a bit off the major highways but was easy to get to and very quiet at night as a result. Main interior roads are paved, minor ones are gravel and parking is on gravel. Some sites have patio, all have a picnic table and fire ring. Many sites are level although some like mine sloped down back to front. Large laundry with 8 washers and 12 dryers, $1.75 per load. Water and sewer on driver's side, mid way. Electric at the back of my site (requiring long cord) although some sites have them all together. Gated access on weekends in off season. Apparently all the time in season (May thru mid October).

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Convenient location for seeing the Detroit area. Easy access to the camp ground. Check in was easy and efficient. Pull thru sites are about 50 feet long. Electric, water and sewer were located together mid way on the driver's side. Good water pressure. Only one washer and dryer both in constant use when I checked. Bath house (did not use) is older but appeared clean. Interior roads are gravel. Could be muddy in wet weather with grass/dirt parking.