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Nice campground with one huge exception. Great staff, extremely nice and helpful, and the sites are adequate. Good cable TV, long pull through and OK Wi-Fi. Someone’s observation; there was a strange stench in the air: didn't smell like sewer, but did have a farm animal smell, yet we didn't see any farm animals. That is a feedlot located to the west. When the wind is coming from the West this place stinks. We mentioned it to the desk person and he gave us a look like this: "Well if you don’t like it, go back East." What a hoot!! We think we will try a different park the next time or at least check which way the wind is blowing before we commit to stay.

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Nice park with a commanding view of the valley and countryside surrounding the park. The view can not be beat. I agree, entry off the highway is tricky as the entrance is small and then up a rather steep incline to the office, but that was not a hindrance once we got accustomed to it. The Wi-Fi worked perfectly and never was slow. Very nice and helpful staff. Would stay again.

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Lots of road construction getting to the park. The friendly and helpful staff will tell you how to avoid it when you leave. Well maintained with lots of trees and greenery. Close to downtown Salt Lake City and is the place to camp if you are planning on site seeing. Level sites and decent space between campers. Everything has been updated. We will stay here again.

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This park is the most convenient to Jackson, the Grand Teton National park and Yellowstone National Park at the south entrance. It’s a really pretty setting among the tall pines and very woodsy. It is not uncommon to have wildlife meander through the RV sites. We have stayed here three times or so over the years and sadly this time we have to downgrade the rating. Since 2004 they have made no improvements other than move the check-in from the main lodge to the RV park itself which made things more complicated. When checking in at the RV park there’s no convenient place to park the rig and you will be partially blocking the entrance. They still only have 20A service at the sites and the sewer connection is above ground and hard to connect. You will best be served if you use a stand for the sewer hose. There have been no improvements to the interior roads which are all dirt and there have been no improvements to the site which are also dirt. It is rumored that this park will be turned over to a different organization in the near future. This park is very expensive considering what you get. If we should return we will try another park.

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Great Place. A little pricey but they made up for it with amenities. Clean and beautiful to the point that they leveled out and raked the gravel sites when people moved out. Lots of medium sized trees. All interior roads are fresh asphalt. Sites were concrete and pretty level. Staff was friendly and available at all times. Repeat of others: Great store, clean pool, activities were so great. Easy access to Zion. Free Wi-Fi that worked well. Lots of little lizards runing around to entertain the kids and adults alike.

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We were just staying one night and did not notice the noise issue. This facility is pretty barren of grass. Our site was level but very short requiring us to park across the front of the RV somewhat in the road. Very narrow lane to pull out into when leaving the site the next day. Entry and exit to the park is easy. We didn’t try the wifi. This is a typical KOA park in that it has plenty of accoutrements but is overpriced. We will try a different park on our next visit.

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Like the previous review, simple layout but very nice place for a one-night stop while traveling on I-44 north of Tulsa or attending events at the university. All pull through sites with easy access to water, electric, etc. The WiFi is free and worked great. There's a train track somewhere in the immediate area that can be heard but was not annoying. Staff is excellent and there is charming little Claremore just a block away. Would stop here again if passing by Tulsa in Oklahoma.

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This park is one of the few in the area located in or next to Eureka Springs without having to travel too many twisting and turning roads. The park is nice but many of the sites in the front of the park are too short and require you to park your tow vehicle in the road in front of your RV. The site map on their web site is not correct. The third row consists of back in sites, the fourth row are very short pull through sites and the fifth row are very short back in sites. Ask for sites 1 through 15, or 45 through 84 which will be more accommodating. One of the sites is actually located in the middle of one of the roads preventing full length travel on the road between row three and four. Our site was extremely unlevel. The park was jammed with bikers. The staff is very helpful and will escort you to your site. There is a trolley stop at the front of the park which is very helpful in getting around the easy way in Eureka Springs. They have an odd payment arrangement accepting only cash or checks. They do not give refunds if you leave early. The Wi-Fi is free and has an average response time. We will stay here again but will request a better site.

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We really liked this park. It has an easy access to Highway 10 but is far enough away that there is no traffic noise. There is highway construction on the road to the park, but this will be temporary. It is close to a grocery and other public services. The interior roads are asphalt, the sites are pea gravel, and all that we saw are pull through. There are lots of tall pine trees that give the park a very nice woodsy feeling. We have stayed at parks in this area, and this one would be our choice for future visits.

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We have stayed at this park before and enjoyed it. However this time it was jam packed with a motorcycle rally that was in town and at one point in time one of the guests actually set up his site in the middle of one of the roads. Our site was so small that we could not park beside it and had to get special permission to park nearby on an empty spot. The staff was very helpful and worked hard to make our stay pleasurable. This park is located on a side road away from the main road so the traffic noise is very low. The pool was out of commission but being worked on. The park is very scenic and overlooks a wooded area. I keep seeing notes about TV being good but they do not have cable here. The Eureka shuttle stops right at the park so it makes getting around town a snap.

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This is really a first class park that is as fun to look at, as it is to sit back and think about retiring here. The only thing they have to work on improving at this park is the WiFi, it’s a pay system. If the WiFi worked well and were free, I would have rated this park a 10 Plus. You can’t beat the staff or the amenities. The whole park is beautifully landscaped and maintained. Golf, swimming, cafe, library, church, great roads and laundry facilities. The sites are owned by individuals and rented out. We have stayed here before would stay here again.

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Wow! What a park! Wide and spacious asphalt roads that lead to wide, level and beautifully landscaped sites. Very very impressive. I don’t think you will find better anywhere. The sites are privately owned and for sale if you wish to own one. The park is centrally located to many other places of interest and is close to services. The swimming pool is well maintained, clean, with nice changing areas and lounge chairs. The laundry is clean, has lots of machines, is spacious and has baskets with rollers and hanger bars. The WiFi worked flawlessly. The staff was courteous and helpful. It has a security gate and requires a code to get in after hours. Can you tell we really enjoyed this park?

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We have stayed in this campground before, so this was a repeat trip. It is centrally located to all the things that we wanted to do, and just down the street from a Wal-Mart with a gas station. The park is a typical Florida RV park with lots of sand and shells at the RV site. Although the little beach is man made and small, it is white sand with deck chairs and cabanas. The beach is located on the sound, not the ocean and you will have to go down a ladder to swim. There is a really nice pier to fish from or go for a moonlight walk with your best friend. We splurged and took one of the “A” sites close to the beach. It was a little tight for a 30 foot fifth wheel, but acceptable. The staff guided us in to the site and helped us park the rig. Staff was very courteous and helpful. They have a rather strange "Policy" you must sign when registering, that is paramount to a legal agreement. A new pier is under construction at Navarre Beach (about a mile away) that will be great when finished. It will be comparable in size to the large pier at Pensacola Beach.

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Staff was great!! Thanks to one who taught me something about unhooking a 5th wheel that I did not know. Not only did the staff lead us to our site but helped us get backed in, unhooked and level. We had a great waterfront site with beautiful views of sunsets and the gazillion lobsters along the seawall. They have a nice boat dock if you want to fish or if you have a boat with you and there is a nice area for swimming or snorkeling. They provide cable and good internet WiFi. The location provides a good central location for other activities and services. We have stayed at other RV parks in this area and this will be our first choice for future visits. If the park had a pool we would give them a 9.

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We arrived here late in the afternoon and the setting sun blocked our view of the parks entrance signs and our GPS lied to us saying we should turn earlier. The staff was very helpful in guiding us back to the park. This is a pretty park with huge 300-year old oaks draped with Spanish moss. We were guided into our site and helped with parking. There are only three parks in Tallahassee and we randomly chose this one. We only stayed one night and did not use the Wi-Fi. Located just 3 miles north of town, near shopping and facilities. Very friendly staff and guests.