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Very nice park that has blacktop roads & sites. Utilities are modern and well placed. The downside of the park is narrow roads that make getting a big rig into the narrow sites. One unacceptable condition exists which is you can not drive down the roads in a big rig without the trees scraping along the sides. Please trim the trees and allow your customers to drive on the roads without damaging their rigs.

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We have used this campground for over night stopovers for a few years. Entering & exiting the park has become more and more difficult due to trees that have continued to grow into the roadway. Once in the park we stay in the overnight pull thrus that has no trees. Sites are narrow, gravel, but adequate for a stopover. Unless they trim the trees up and out of the roadway and entrance we will look for another alternative.

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This park could and should be a ten. Park has paved roads, concrete site pads, modern buildings and pool area. Sites are well spaced, but the concrete pad is so narrow you have to walk around on the grass. The grass was 6-8 inches long and in over a week we never saw a mower any where in the park. A neighbor had a bad water leak at the hydrant and it took almost a week to get a maintenance crew to fix it.

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This is a very nice state park that accommodated our 45' motorhome by unhooking our tow vehicle. We stayed in the Pierson Ranch area. Roads are paved and most trees were trimmed above the 13 foot level of our coach. All sites are back ins and paved. Electric hookups include both 50 amp and 30 amp power. No water or sewer. Sites are very well spaced and include a table and fire ring.

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This has been the campground disappointment of the year! Once we turned off the main highway we were on a very dusty dirt road. The registration parking is a dusty dirt parking area. The office is new & nice. The pool area is new & nice. The cabins are new & look nice. Unfortunately, everything else is dusty dirt and weeds. A lot of landscaping is needed. The RV sites are very basic and don't invite you to spend any time outside. Their longest sites are only 60' long. The park is way overpriced. We left after a day and went to the state park.

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This is one of the very few times that I disagree with the majority of the reviewers. This was my first visit & was a major disappointment. The closeness to the Mississippi River is the only thing that is nice. The dirt & gravel roads are very dusty. The concrete sites is a concrete pad only. Every thing else is dirt, gravel or grass. It is not a nicely manicured park. There is nothing here except the river, a parking spot and utilities. No table at site. Sites were narrow.

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This is your typical KOA. The entrance roads are paved, but become gravel once inside the park. The front is nicely landscaped and the office personnel were nice & helpful. The park is well treed and provides shade. Unfortunately, the trees are not trimmed to the height and width to keep from striking a tall motor home at the site or on the roads. When I called my only question to the owner was if the trees were trimmed sufficiently to avoid contact with my motor coach. Her reply was that no one had ever complained and that they get big coaches all the time. They have now received a complaint! Sites are narrow and gravel. Each site has a concrete pad with a table. Wi-Fi worked and was free. The train runs right by the east end of the park & uses its horn no matter the time. You will also hear planes going in & out of the airport. Like most KOAs this park is well overpriced.

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I've been using this site for many years, and this is the first time I totally disagree with prior posters. I made a reservation for four RVs four months ahead. I was told we could have four gravel, back in sites together with 50 amp power available. A week prior to arrival I verified the reservation and was told we would have sites 1,2,3 & 4, but would only have 30 amp power. When I pulled into the park I could not avoid a poorly trimmed tree. I was met by a man, who was a camper, who stated the owners were not on site, and he didn't work there. He didn't even know where sites 1,2,3 & 4 were located. He left & returned and said that sites 1 & 4 were available. Sites 2 & 3 had RVs in them, but they would be leaving the next day. All of our assigned sites were grass, not gravel. We could not back all the way into site #1 as there was a gerry rigged 110 volt wire to a pole that was less than ten feet high. The pole was roped to a nearby tree so it didn't fall over. This did not look safe. Our sites were on a busy street and mine was next to a house. Park has every thing from houses, trailers, seasonal RVs and overnighters. The wi-fi never worked. After a day and a half, I finally found someone in the office to pay. She was very nice, but no discount to the one in our party who only had an electric site. The park has an overall feel of a run down trailer park.

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Staff was friendly & helpful. Main park road is paved. Escorted us to our pull through site which was narrowed by a post they placed next to the concrete patio. Not all sites have this patio protection post. This meant turning a 45' coach & tow car into an 11' wide gravel site while missing the utility post & the patio post from a narrow gravel road. This necessitated unhooking the tow vehicle while the escort indicated any one who couldn't pull in may not know how to drive. He turned down a $100 chance to pull into the site and admitted the "big buses have trouble getting in". Once in the site any size coach would fit with any number of slides if you don't mind interference from trees. The utility post was improperly placed within the gravel site. Utilities were modern and worked well. The water is at the front of the site. Cable TV worked well & had most channels. Wi-Fi worked well. The park is clean. Most sites are occupied by seasonals. There are only 4 rows available for short term stays. Rain is something a campground cannot control, but the poor drainage and mud are issues that this park needs to address. They need to spread more gravel around. They have two well heated pools-one children pool & one adult pool that are very nice. Nice playground for children.

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Visited park for first time. I had made a reservation & told them I had a 45' coach & tow. Staff was disorganized and uninformative upon check in. All roads are gravel, but since there had been rain there was a lot of mud. Park needs to lay more gravel on roads & sites. Park is in a mountain setting and except for the pine trees at the entrance most trees were appropriately trimmed. The roads are narrow & turns are tight for big rigs. Our site was long enough to accommodate any size coach, but our slides were within a few feet of our neighbors awning. Utilities are modern & well placed. Site had a large patio, table, fire ring and swing. Cable TV was good. Wi-Fi worked fine. Park is very clean. Indoor pool and spa were extremely clean and even had an outdoor sunning area. Lots of facilities & activities for children.

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Park is an older destination park. Check-in was handled by friendly and efficient staff. Some interior roads are blacktop and some are gravel. Most trees are well trimmed, but there were some hanging into the roadways. Sites are grass and not totally level. Some sites are tree shaded, some are open. Sites have a wooden table and fire ring. Utilities were modern and well placed. Cable TV available at some sites, but was very limited. Wi-Fi was very good, but was an additional $5 a day. Park is doable in a big rig, but not designed for big rigs. Park has lots of activities for kids. A nice, but small pool.

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This is a strange campground. The front part is basically a typical KOA type with grass sites, mostly paved roads and older facilities. The back part of the park is an ownership park that has rentals. The back has paved roads with curbs. Our site was as large a site as I can remember. It was very nicely landscaped with a concrete pad. Site had a table. Unfortunately looking forward was a row of concrete sites with no landscaping and the grass and weeds had not even been mowed. The utilities were well placed & modern. In the back road was a couple of RV homes that were three stories. They looked very out of place. The pool was properly heated & was very nice. Pool is only available to residents in the ownership part. Whether or not you like the park may depend on whether you stay in the front park or the ownership park in the rear. While we thought the rear park was nice, we also thought is was grossly overpriced!

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Staff was efficient and friendly. Park is located just off I-70 frontage road, but did not notice highway noise. Sites and roads were gravel which made for a dusty environment. Park is big rig friendly as roads and sites angle well to allow movement through park. Pull through sites accommodate any size coach with any number of slides without unhooking tow. Utilities were well placed and modern. Wi-Fi worked fine. Pool was not heated and too cold to use on a hot day. This is a very typical KOA as it has all the amenities, but is overpriced.

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This is an old campground located within the Lake Mead National Park at Lake Mojave. The park has all the RV spots together with the park model part of the park located above. The park is gravel roads, gravel sites and few trees which makes it big rig friendly and satellite friendly. It is a desert setting. It is a short walk to the river with a hotel, boat launch, store and marina. The sites are narrow, but accommodated my 45' coach and room to park tow vehicle (they advertise no coaches over 40'). My slide was just short of my neighbor's concrete patio, each site has with a table. All utilities worked and were modern. The campground served our purpose and we would return.

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We used this park as an overnight stopover. We called ahead and she saved us a long pull through site. Check in was quick and efficient. Landscaping in park was nice and made for a clean environment. The roads are wide and blacktop and the sites are a concrete pad that need some repair as they are breaking up. The site was long enough to accommodate our 45'er and the tow. Site was wide enough for any number of slides. Utilities worked well, but the sewer was located at the rear of the site which meant you needed over 30' of sewer hose. Site had no table. WiFi worked well. Seemed like there were more seasonal campers than overnighters. We thought is was a good value park for an overnight stop and would use the park again.