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Great little park and very friendly owner. Has many contractors in the winter, but keeps a few long pull throughs open for overnighters. Owner had to leave for dinner before we got there, but came to the restaurant to greet us after that. Call to be sure there is room.

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In very poor condition. I tried two pedestals and my power management system rejected both because the ground and neutral were reversed. Got my money back and went to Forrest City.

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Fantastic park. Huge pull thrus, open for satellite, Verizon data good, propane, and friendly owners. PA rate.

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For sure not a fancy park, but for sure OK as an overnight stop. 50 amp full hookup for PA $15. All pull throughs.

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Nothing special but certainly OK. Pull throughs, and back ins on west wall, are good for satellite. Verizon data is strong. Park host said WiFi was terrible so we did not try it. Easy in and out. Approach from the south, not from the east through town. Low tree branches coming from the east. Can reserve online. Several biking-walking paths.

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This casino has 20 back-in spaces in a separate paved section of the parking lot that will take rigs of any length. 30 amp electric hookup only. The sites slope slightly to the front, so 40' motorhomes may find front tires in the air. Dump station and fresh water (your hose) available. You can make reservations. Verizon data is good and the casino Wi-Fi is strong. Free dry camping in the regular parking lot. Gas and diesel are much cheaper than in the community. About a mile east of I-5 exit 210.

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Very nice park. Call for reservations as they appear to rent most sites to folks staying for the summer. Don't let that worry you - everything is neat, clean and quiet. Park Wi-Fi works, as does Verizon data. Easy access and parking for big rigs. Open for satellite. We would stay again.

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This is a nice campground, and you do not have to belong to a membership club to stay. They accept PA. All sites are open for satellite and Verizon data was excellent. Did not try the park Wi-Fi. All utilities were fine. People were friendly.

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Very happy with the park. Most of the sites are long-term, but the big open pull thrus seem to be saved for us short termers. These are open for satellite. Verizon data was good. We never were able to connect to the park Wi-Fi. Will stay again if we return.

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DUSTY, DUSTY, DUSTY! Electric and water are fine. Sites are well spaced. Wifi is OK. Satellite at most sites. People are friendly and helpful. Everything else is good, but the dust is terrible. The campground is down a quarter mile gravel road. After driving in that road our motorhome and tow vehicle were completely gray with dust. Dust from this road blows into the campground, and people driving in the campground raise even more dust. We left our windows open one day and the counter tops were gritty. Compartments with openings such as sewer and electric were dusty. There was so much dust in the air over our 2 week stay that our jacks would not retract without being pushed up. The owner occasionally puts water on the road. This makes vehicles muddy for a while, then it dries out and the road is dusty again. We will not return.

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Great place to park a big motorhome and drive a tow vehicle to the North Rim, as long as you realize there are no hookups or dump station. Sites are big. Many are OK for satellite. Verizon data service is good. We loved it.

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Very happy with the park. Friendly, quiet and great walking in the neighborhood. WiFi is weak, but at least it worked for us. Verizon data was terrible - -90dBm signal for you geeks out there. No problem with our 40' motorhome. I am guessing half the sites are OK for satellite on top of a motorhome. We would come again.

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We REALLY enjoyed this park. The only thing we did not like was no sewer at the sites and a 2-holer dump station on the exit road. Spaces 7-23 have great views of the lake, are paved and are reasonably level. No problem with our 40' motorhome. Sitting right under a Verizon tower so 4G was 5 bars. Electric (50 amp) and water were A+. Many people were swimming in the lake, but we did not try it. Wild burros are occasionally in the campground. Fantastically dark at night and very quiet when we were there. All sites have a covered picnic table and the sites are well spaced.

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Super park, especially considering it is Passport America. We have stayed here several times and have always been happy. Sites are long enough for the biggest rig to stay hooked up to the toad. Utilities are intelligently arranged. Verizon broadband works. Satellite works. Pizza and burgers if you want them.

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Happy with the park. Very friendly and helpful camp hosts, and the owners live in a house on site. Traffic is a bit loud, but better than many RV parks. Verizon broadband worked - did not try the WiFi. Takes big rigs OK. Would stay again.