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We opted for a riverside site and they were large back-in sites with a level paved driveway and excellent services. We didn't see the other sites. The place was very clean and well maintained. Reservations are mandatory for the riverside sites. The place is a real credit to the community. If they installed WiFi it would be a 10.

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All sites in this park are in a heavily wooded area so the size of the sites and the ability to easily turn into and out of the sites varies somewhat. The office is quite flexible as to which site you select. The water, electric and sewer services have all been upgraded in the past year or two and all driveways have new crushed stone. The trees help to quiet the noise of the highway and it was a pleasant place to stay but the WiFi was weak.

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This park has two totally different areas, which confuses some of the previous reviews. The area near the office consists of short narrow full service sites that seem to be taken by seasonal campers - all the facilities are here. The second area is a considerable distance away in a meadow, closer to the river but still not in sight of the river. Some sites are placed around the edge of the meadow against shade trees, others are laid out in a square grid in the center of the meadow. Some are pull-thru, some back-in, all have water and 30 amp. The sites are very large and on level grass,separated by fences. There is an RV dump station and nice looking pit toilets. There also appears to be a third area with a small number of sites along the river - I assume these are all seasonal. The meadow area is very well kept and pleasant, providing you were not expecting to have more facilities.

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The sites are setup on an angle and a reasonable distance apart. The roads and driveways are gravel and there is grass between sites and some with trees but there is no watering system so the grass is pretty dry in July. On the full service sites the sewer connection and the water connection are at the extreme rear of the long driveway. It was nice to see garbage containers at each site but the WIFI was weak, even close to the office.

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This park has modern full hookups set in an area covered with lush grass with some mature trees. There are no driveways. This allows considerable variation in where campers and visitors park their cars so when its busy it looks quite chaotic.The services are good except that your neighbors sewer connection can extend several feet into your sitting area. Be wary of the claim that is close to downtown. There is a very long staircase between the park and the business area.

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This is an older park that has very large trees shading most sites. About half of the sites have a reasonably level driveway, the others are sloped end to end or are quite lumpy from the large tree growing to one side. The short term visitors tend to get the poorer sites. The water and electric are okay but the WiFi is quite weak, becoming useless at peak times. This park is clearly a favorite with area families and many make use of the small golf course.

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This was a pleasant, rural RV park. No highway noise, train in the distance but no whistle. All sites are long pull-throughs, about 25% have 50 amp as well as 30 amp service. The roads and drives are gravel, most driveways are fairly level. The grass area between the angled sites is a reasonable width and the Wi-Fi is quite good. There are a few medium to large trees but most sites have no shade. The short drive on the gravel road from Route 203 was not a problem at low speed.

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Newer park laid out in modern RV Park style with wide concrete streets and angled concrete driveways. The various rows of sites are all a bit different - some have long narrow sites, some have back-ins, some are setup as doubles and others are single sites with a wider grass area. There are 1-2 trees per site. About half are mature size. WiFi is quite good most of the time and they are planning to add two more towers to make it top notch. It is about a half mile off the interstate and well back from the road so it is quite quiet. We would definitely camp here again.

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Well organized older park. Most sites are pull-thru with good sized grass sitting area and mature trees. Quiet area and quiet park. The roads and driveways are fine gravel and fairly level. Water and electric are good, WiFi is very slow and sometimes will not open a website.

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Very well kept RV park. Most sites are long, angled level gravel pull-throughs with a good grass sitting area and a tree or large bush. There are also a few back-in electric/water sites on grass backing onto open fields. The services and the Wi-Fi are very good, and there are garbage cans every couple of sites. It is a bit off the normal highways and I don't recommend Rte 22 to Jackson for motorhomes or large trailers since it is a long steep climb. Its a great place for a quiet rest.

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This is a large, older RV park with level gravel driveways. If you get there early you can pull thru sites behind yours and into yours. The overall driveway length is about 35 ft and when we were there, there were many Class A units. A number seemed to be seasonal. As mentioned by an earlier visitor, there are covered picnic shelters with two tables between sites, with both families expected to share the same space and the same fire pit. This can be inconvenient - we did not have anyone sharing ours. Services were good as was the WiFi and the laundry.Its a reasonably priced place for a short stopover.

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This park is close to a "Little House on the Prairie" museum but a long way from an interstate. More than half of the park is now seasonal sites with full hookups. Each site is very large. They are setup in an unusual triangle pattern with the back of each RV fairly close to the RV on the next street but then each RV has 85 ft of lawn on the door side. Most of the sites are in a wooded area. The WiFi is $5/day and very weak. There does not appear to be any clean water available and the office is only open 2 days a week. Reservations can be made online.

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This park rates high on appearance and utilities but, as others have mentioned the back-in driveways are long and well spaced but not very level. The pull-thrus are gravel and close together. The WiFi is excellent and free, the laundry consists of one washer and one drier in the cramped office. It is a very quiet spot with a nice view.

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This is a long-term seasonal trailer park that also books short term stays when they have space available. The majority of the available sites are back-in. Despite the enticing photos of the lake, none of the short term sites can see the water. The roads and driveways are gravel, the space beside the driveway seems to vary from site to site. Electric hookup is 50 amp only, 30 amp adapter can be rented for $5. The Wi-Fi is very good and the location is very quiet. I would come back.

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It's not surprising that the reviews are so varied since its a small park but has 3 separate areas. The area by the office is right by a high speed county road and the sites are extremely narrow - most will not allow slides to open. The area behind the office is grassed with several large trees, but the ground level is very close to the water table and very soggy when we were there. Even more of a concern is that the pull-through sites are for two units, both facing the same way, so if its busy, you can get trapped. Some tent campsites are along the edge of this area, others are on the other side of the creek on higher ground and seem quite good. The Wi-Fi is very weak, even close to the office; most web sites will not open. I will not be back.