Bob & Phyllis

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Best selection of camping supplies of any KOA we have seen. Management friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Worst roads of any KOA we have visited. Full of potholes and VERY bumpy. Biting insects the worst of any campground we have ever stayed in. Place needs spraying soonest.

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A great campground for folks with small children; not so good for seniors with an empty nest/RV. Noisy (but otherwise well behaved) kids abound at this place. Large barking dogs were tied outside with no owner in sight. We concur with the previous reviewer that campground rule enforcement is spotty at best. Trash pickup was satisfactory in our area and we did not use the dumping station. Too many campfires for our liking and the air was usually smoky at night. On the positive side, the office was the best equipped with Rving supplies of any we have seen. A lot to see and do in this area and we want to come back next summer but next time we will try to find a more "senior oriented" campground.

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This was a desperation stop because we had problems with our motorhome and were delayed in Ashland, VA for a four hour repair job. By the time we got away it was too late to make our original destination so we picked this place. We think in this case that KOA stands for Kompletely Overpriced Again!!! The cable TV reception was beyond bad and the Wi-Fi was down most of our stay. The interior roads were some of the worst I have seen at any KOA with little gravel left and potholes galore. If you have a choice avoid this place. Bad, bad, bad!!!

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Our last night on the road following a 3633 mile trip. Great place to conclude a trip up I-81. Much better deal than the KOA one exit down. We found this campground in Woodall's. We would stay here again.

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Concur with previous review. Nice place to stay although WiFi is a bit slow which kept us from giving it a 10. We are Nashville natives with family in the area and will stay here again next time we visit.

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Excellent deal at $26 with Good Sam card. Good cable TV and WiFi systems. Far enough from the interstate to be very peaceful. Helpful and friendly staff. We would stay here again.

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We found the office staff both friendly and helpful. When we had some issues with our rig the lady in the office immediately helped us resolve them. Great musical Friday night with two very talented guitarists. Clean laundry room. Lots of local people stay here. Located next to Wild West attraction. Had a pleasant and inexpensive dinner there. WiFi worked better than most. We would stay here again.

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Located close to I-94 and downtown Milwaukee. Sites were adequate and Wi-Fi worked better than most campgrounds. Sites were level; after all it is a parking lot turned into a campground. Staff friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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Very nice campground but they need to spend a few dollars to get a Wi-Fi antenna so that campers don't have to go to the office to read email etc. Lots of trees so be sure and get a satellite friendly site if you use a dish. We would stay here again.

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Wi-Fi worked the best of any park we have ever stayed in. Friendly and helpful owner. Quiet and peaceful setting except when F-16's from Duluth IAP are flying nearby but that didn't bother us old retired Air Force types. We would stay here again which is the highest compliment I can give a campground.

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Best kept secret on the UP. Great place to park your motorhome and see the Keweenaw Peninsula. At $20 per night (tax incl) for full hookups, cable TV and Wi-Fi, you can't beat it. They do not take reservations so when you arrive, pick a spot, back in and go to the motel to register. Staff friendly and helpful. Had everything we needed and nothing we never use such as showers, restrooms, laundry, etc. We would stay here again.

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Nice place for a short stay. Manager says they are getting Wi-Fi by the end of Jul 2009. Wonderful view of Lake Superior.

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We stayed here four nights for a family reunion in Fayetteville. Big mistake!! This has got to be the noisiest campground in the country. Located a stone's throw from I-75 and some of the heaviest traffic between Knoxville and Miami. Diesel trucks enter and leave the facility at all hours of the day and night. There are no rules or quiet hours posted. Too many trashy permanent residents we think. Guess its OK for snowbirds headed north or south but we will not stay here again.

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We stayed here for a month and wish we could come back next year, but parking for transients is EXTREMELY limited. Right now the place is 100% occupied with mostly park models. The campground manager is one of the nicest people we have ever met on any of our trips, and the people here are very friendly. It is quiet most of the time, except for the occasional noisy predawn garbage truck. The wi-fi was one of the most reliable we have found. The location is near shopping and the rver's best friend (WALMART!!!). There are a few planned activities such as cards and bingo. They also have boccie, horseshoes and shuffleboard.

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One of the nicest stops of our entiore trip. Staff is wonderful, chuckwagon dinner great and the town most enjoyable. Would return if we ever came back this way.