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The owners were very responsive to our request to move after the original site would not work with our slide configuration. This is a nice basic grass-and-trees campground with a nice pond on site. WiFi is great. No cable but there are a few OTA stations that come in. We would happily stay here overnight again.

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This was a wonderful park with everything you need to be comfortable. There are lots of people here going to the sand dunes, with their vehicles in tow. We stayed for a few nights visiting a relative in the area. The park is clean, spacious, quiet.

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This was a nice place for a family vacation. We only stayed one night so didn't get to use all of the recreational facilities. There was lots to do with a lake and rentals. Site was gravel with grass in between. Nice big fenced dog park. There was a store that sold lots of snacks and had hand dipped ice cream. My only complaint was lack of WiFi. They said they had been hacked and did not get their service back yet.

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Good for family camping with lots of open space and pond for fishing. Most of the park is filled with full timers. The WiFi was not working on the night we stayed and management not savvy enough to fix it. No cable or DTV satellite coverage but the antenna TV was adequate. Sites were gravel/grass and site numbers hard to see.

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This park had all the services we needed at a great price. Staff was attentive and friendly. Our pull thru was just long enough and had a good amount of grass for our dog. The park is very well maintained. Great WiFi service plus cable and satellite coverage. The town of Wytheville is about 8 miles away and has everything you may need to pick up.

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We enjoyed the visit to this campground but fee too high. Spaces were adequate and staff was very friendly. Lots of different types of camping here, ranging from tents to motor homes. Out AT&T cell phones had no service but we were told Verizon usually worked. WiFi was very weak and not usable.

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This park is fairly new and still being improved. It is in a good location just off the Kentucky Mountain Parkway KY15. It has gravel sites with fire rings and picnic tables. There is a nice pool and private shower/restrooms. Lots of grass around to walk my dog. There is great WiFi; no cable but good DTV satellite and antenna coverage. There is a pond that looks good for fishing.

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Do not stay here if you want or need any communication with the outside world. There is no cable, no satellite reception, and terrible antenna TV. WiFi is advertised but limited or non-existent. My AT&T cell phone even got bad reception so I couldn't use my hot spot. On the good side, the owner is very friendly and the sites are large and grassy. My dog loved it. It is a good camping experience. The campground is about 3 miles from Bardstown and convenient to the Bourbon Trail. I would not stay here again unless the owner made some improvements in WiFi and cable TV.

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What a nice surprise to find such a great campground just off of I-40 in Tennessee. The management is superior and made sure we were satisfied with everything. The escort to our site went through a few details before assuring us that he was available for anything we needed later. We had a pull through with a deck and picnic table and LOTS of grass for our dog. We walked around the pond a few times to bark at the ducks. We will be back to stay more than one night if we are ever in the area again.

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Sites very close together with a small ragged patch of grass between them. Lots of good grass and woods behind the park for walking your dog. Registration staff were attentative. No cable, no satellite reception. The only reason to stay here is to visit Graceland.

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Good stopover for one night. Park is surrounded by woods and lots of good grassy patches for our dog. Owner put us in a good spot for satellite reception. We didn't want to mess with the cable box attachment.

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This was the nicest park on our trip so far this summer. The park is situated on some slight hills so there are different elevations. That means your neighbors are not looking right in your windows. Sites are very large concrete pads and all have grass and trees between. My only complaint is that we did not have a picnic table. I asked and was told they would bring one over. They never did.

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This park is everything you want for a nightly stay on the road. It is clean and spacious, with extras like pool, hot tub, and exercise room. There us no grass within the RV parking area, but grass along the perimeter and a fenced dog area. Sites were huge and included a large concrete pad with picnic table.

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Okay place to spend the night. Gravel roads and sites. Good internet access and cable TV. Dog area with grass but no fence.

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This park was a pleasant surprise after a long day of driving. It was easy to find and exceptionally well run. This park is family-owned. It has an extensive gift shop and a small store with a few emergency provisions. There is a large fenced dog park, my only complaint is the lack of grass throughout the whole park. My dog was fine on the gravel, however.