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This is a very convenient park for Kissimmee area visitors. It is quiet and most sites can be negotiated easily in larger rigs. The service is outstanding. I cannot say it enough, the service is outstanding.

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The manager is great. However, the park is a dump. There is trash and poop throughout the park. Former motor homes are now hybrids, having permanent awnings and porches added here and there. Even though it is in a small town, the park is located on the only busy road for miles around. Therefore, the road noise continues uninterrupted all night long.

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Perhaps I should be more forgiving but someone needs to say it: The campground is too close to the railroad tracks. This part of the west has lots of trains and being so close is more than just a minor nuisance. If you want to open your windows at night, wear earplugs. It might work, but I doubt it.

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For proximity to Las Vegas strip, this campground should rate a 10. However, this park lacks care and maintenance. For example, while staying here over a week, I witnessed many arriving guests completely lost and wondering where to go and ending up back on the road or aiming at a parking garage. This could be remedied by the simple placement of a few cheap signs. Second, having mail to be forwarded to you here is asking for trouble. The Las Vegas Post Office delivers mail here at about 9:00 but the office does not open until 10:30. Therefore, your mail will go into an endless holding pattern which cannot be intercepted.

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It is difficult to be objective about this park. While the place is technically clean and there are plenty of trees, there are a few negatives. First, this park scores a new high on the number of enforced rules. For example, the dumpster had a combination lock on it. Second, every blade of grass is off limits to pets as indicated by the numerous signs. Pets are expected to do their business on the asphalt. Just not a relaxing place.

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I read the other reviews with some trepidation before finally deciding to come. This is a perfectly paved, well-groomed park. I did not come into any conflict with the rule enforcer, if there is someone by that description. The only small disadvantage is the distant local traffic noise on one side and the busy small airport on the other.

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It is difficult to rate this park fairly. It is clean, small and on the highway. The noise is probably the largest factor against it. It also has no shade anywhere. But, it is close and convenient to Mt. Rushmore and Custer State Park, two of the biggest reasons for coming here. Next time, we will find a quieter, shadier park.

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While this park is close to a few attractions and the staff is friendly, it is a run down dump of a park. The website's directions to the park are obtuse and your GPS, they warn, will probably lead you to some very odd destinations. If you must stay here, call ahead and make sure you understand how to get here.

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Fine campground except for one thing: There is a "corn hopper" at the south end of the field. It ran the whole time we were there and it is very loud. If you come to the campground, ask to be put as close to the office as possible.

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Despite what other reviews have said, I found this to be a very nice campground. While the sites are not spacious they were more than adequate for our 40 foot MH, with slides. Leveling is not a problem. Very organized park with nice amenities.

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This is a great little park at the end of a quiet road. The number of sites is limited so call ahead before planning to stay. Guests are given free passes to the associated "Desert of Maine", a huge inland sandy area which has been popular for over a hundred years. Jeeps take visitors on a half-hour tour.

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I understand what previous reviewers have said about this campground but my experience was very good. This campground has much others do not. It has a great walking trail, great beach and view. The Wifi is strong and free. It also has a great history going back to the Revolutionary War and is the location of a previous Coast Guard station. It is also the location of Gallows Hill where they used to hang offenders.

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If you own a dog, do not visit this park. There are at least two sets of pit bulls owned by permanent residents who attack other dogs regularly. I witnessed a severe attack and the owner of the victim dog was taken off his feet and injured while trying to defend his poor pet. This is a relatively large campground with too many permanent residents. There are apparently no clutter limits at each site. At one site there was an old sofa parked outside as if it belonged. The roads are certainly accessible and most of the sites are level with adequate shade. Weekend activities load up the energy in the park for the kids.

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This is not a "big rig" park. The first clue are the overhanging branches trying to knock off your air conditioner the last two miles into the park. If that were not enough, the bridge into the park has a labeled load limit of 6 tons. These are not reassuring hints. The park itself is fine except that the layout of sites is haphazard to say the least. No site aligns with another and are placed sporadically.

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This is a great park but it suffers from infrastructure problems. The cable TV is fuzzy largely due to the cable running above ground and around trees throughout the park. The voltage is weak as well. Our average voltage with just one TV on was about 98 volts. They say they are "working on it." But it is a great park with lots to do and lots of forested sites.