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130,000 miles rving since 2004. Fulltiming since 2010.

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This was a hard one to rate. Sites were fine everything worked but when we arrived no one was in the office so we were told to just pick a site and put check in slot. No site maps or envelopes at slot. There was a map of the sites on wall but did not say how long the rows of pull throughs were. Their web site says they have pull throughs in 3 lengths. At 45 ft and a car I wanted the longest but could not tell from the map. Luckily we found the big ones. Later a gentleman was in the office and we then found out they take Passport America so we ended up with the correct discount. There is a fair amount of road noise if you are in the front section. I think it is a good overnight or longer.

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Older park that has most sites in the trees but has a new section of pull throughs for big rigs that are satellite friendly. It was a great one nighter and looked like it could be a good family place also.

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New RV park next to casino. Most 50 amp sites are pull through full hook ups. 30 amp are most of back ins. Back in sites look most level but are gravel. Pull throughs may have pads or gravel and may or may not have patios. About 1/2 of the pull throughs are not level and many not level to the rear, never a good thing. You either pick a site and go back to front of casino and check in or check in by parking out front of the casino and then drive to your site. Not very user friendly. I just got the feeling this whole park was an after thought and not much thought went into its planning or operation. However it is quiet and near almost everything in the Dells and Baraboo. Would stay again.

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Older park with sites in the trees or open. The WiFi worked well and the site was level and all services worked. An excellent stop if running the I 81 corridor.

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After having a site sold out from me at a rally a few years ago I said I would never come back. Oh well needed a place to stay. Roads are sandy as are sites. You are in the trees but some sites still can get satellite. Golf cart traffic not as bad as I remember but still raises a fair amount of dust. It was OK but just don't see the resort aspect. I would come back.

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Older KOA that has added a big rig pull through section. The section is easy to get to and leave and has a nice patio and chairs. Not sure $70 nice. However the park has a ton of stuff for families and children. So good park for a week or just one night when travelling through.

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We were here for a rally so no idea of cost. The park has 3 sections. The seasonal that is up on a hill and has its own gate. I did not see it so no comments. The lower section of back ins in an open field. They appear to be satellite friendly and level. Then the upper section in the trees. These are the pull throughs. They are tight, short, and have satellite issues. One of our group also had 50 amp power issues as his surge protector kept dropping his power as one leg voltage was very low. Luckily the coach in front of me and along side me left early or I would have had to back out of my pull through. Being in the trees with the lack of sun and humidity made the site somewhat damp all the time and pine needles are everywhere. Just not up to today's standards. I probably would not stay here again. A smaller class c or trailer might find it OK.

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Great park with level gravel sites. Roads are also gravel. Can't beat the views of the river and its boat traffic. Wifi was pretty good if I remember.

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Not a bad park. The sites toward the casino/west, I think, are not level so try to get towards rear of park. The worst part is the getting there. Signage is not that great and do to road reconfigurations your GPS might get confused. All sites are paved as it is basically a full hook up parking lot. I like it, though it is overpriced, it is easy for a big rig to move about in. It also is close to Interstates, assuming the GPS doesn't get lost.

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I like this park. The upper section gives you shade in the trees and the lower section is in the sun with good size pull throughs. Would give it a 10 if sites were paved. Roads are paved but sites are crushed stone.

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This is a new park, under 15 years old, yet it feels like an older park in how it is covered with trees. It is built into a hillside which can make the exit and entrance into your site steep. To get to our site we had to leave the park at one gate and come in the other to enter our pull through. Site was concrete and level. But do to trees no satellite service. Not sure I would come back. It just didn't fit what I want in an RV park. Might have had a tough time leaving if the 5th wheel next to me had had people living in it as we shared the exit driveway and a large truck would have extended into my driving area making for a tight right turn onto the road. Can't remember how the WiFi was.

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Over the years we have stayed many times at this park but did notice that the new owners have made some subtle changes. There is not always someone at the office, all the local crafts for sale in the office are gone, and the wifi is not really working out in the park. It just seems less welcoming and homey. The sites still are nice and it is easy in and out but just not welcoming. So dropped to a 7. I would still come back.

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Like all KOAs, price a little high but sites are easy to get into and clean. WIFi has worked fine for us.

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This is a hard park to review. Sites and park are new and great but signage, maps and logical placement of the office is terrible. Many years ago you stopped at a trailer at the entrance but now the office is in back of the park. But there are no signs to tell you to stop at the abandoned front office and call the new office to be met and taken to your site. So you drive in and then after signing in you drive through the owners section to make the u-turn to get to your site. So I'll give it an 8 instead of a 10. I will also note a lot of fulltime residents who have many cars and trucks parked on roads. This could be a really nice place.

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I liked the park. Big wide level sites. Did not notice smokey smell in office but will admit the sites relationship to water, sewer, and power do look like they are uphill. The manager said something about site changes so your awning side would not be in the sun. My guess is they reversed the direction on the pull throughs after the park was built. Not sure why all the speed bumps but they are a pain. Way to many and way to high. Get rid of them and this is a 10.