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The Armitage campground only has 32 FHU sites surrounded by a large day use area along with a number of group camp sites. Without reservations you can stay only for two days. Reservation fee was $10. All of the interior roads and sites are on asphalt. Some of the sites were heavily shaded and some were in full sun. The sites were pretty level. The utilities were on the appropriate side but located towards the back of the site. All sites had a picnic table and fire ring. There were 4 private bathrooms with a shower. In addition, this campground also had (3) washers ($2) and (3) dryers ($0.25 for 15 minutes). There was no coin machine for change. Verizon air card was NOT usable. Most of the time there was only 1 or two bars. The campground's WiFi was usable. Verizon cell phone worked well. The electrical voltage was very low. With only the refrigerator on electric the voltage hovered between 117 or 118 volts. This is a very clean, quiet park. We would definitely come back here if we were in the area. We stayed at this campground with a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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Most of the interior roads and some of the sites are on asphalt. The rest of the interior roads and sites are on packed gravel. Some of the sites are leveled but most are not. The length of the sites also varies. Some sites can accommodate a large class A. There are a few sites that are not under a canopy of trees. The campground would be pretty crowded if all of the sites were taken. There was one bath house with 2 showers per sex. The bathrooms and surrounding area were very clean. Every site had a picnic table and fire pit. The COE is a dry campground however there is a dump station and fresh water available at the entrance of this park. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well in this park. It was very quiet at night. We would definitely come back to this campground if we were in the area. We stayed at this COE with a 32 foot 5th wheel.

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This is really a gem of a campground. The campground is situated on the banks of the Immigrant Lake surrounded by the Siskiyou Mountains and is part of the Lake County Park system. For a small county park, it has a lot to offer. There is a water park, a couple of playgrounds, picnic areas and boat launch areas. Area F is reserved for tents and popup trailers. Area G is reserved for RV's and is named Point RV Park. From Point RV Park you can barely see the tent area. The lake also provides usual water activities. Point RV Park has a total 32 sites. Of which, site 1 and 26 are reserved for the two camp hosts and the handicap site was #18. During our stay site 31 and 32 were not available. Sites 26 through 32 were situated on a small hill overlooking the lower campsites as well as the lake. The entrance to Point RV Park is narrow. The interior roads and sites were on asphalt. The utilities (FHU) were situated on the appropriate side. There was both 30 and 50 amp electrical service. The voltage was good, hovering around 119. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. There was a bathroom with 3 private showers. The bathroom as well as the entire campground was spotless. There is no WiFi service at this park but Verizon air card and cell phone worked well. The evenings were very quiet and peaceful. This is a great park - off season. With all of the activities this park has to offer I can see it becoming a zoo during the summer months. We would definitely come back to this park off season.

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Based upon prior reviews, we almost did not come to this park. Maybe there was a change of management but we never experience any of the things mentioned in prior reviews. Everyone was polite and courteous. The interior roads were on asphalt and the sites were on concrete. The back in sites had a little more room then the pull-thrus. The back in sites also accommodate your tow or truck. The pull-thru sites had a separate spot for your tow or truck. The sewer for the pull-thru sites was located close to the tow or tuck's passenger front tire. Depending upon how you position your rig, you may need a long electric cord, sewer hose and/or water hose. The electrical voltage was on the low side, hovering around 118. This might be a problem in the summer when everyone uses their air conditioning. All of the sites were separated by artificial grass. It was funny to see the staff use a lawn mower to remove the leaves that fell from the trees. We even saw the staff clean the picnic tables. The pool was not open during our stay but the hot tub was. The bathrooms and club house was spotless. As a matter of fact, the entire park was spotless. The clubhouse consisted of one large room with some gym equipment, pool table, ping pong table and a TV area. There was also a kitchen and bathroom within the clubhouse. This park has WiFi but we did not use it. Verizon cell phone and air card worked well here. We stayed at this park with a 32 foot 5th wheel. We would definitely stay here again if we were in the area.

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This is a very quiet campground just outside of Prescott Valley. Currently there are no amenities such as bathrooms, showers or club house. They are in the process of adding these amenities but I don't know when that will happen. The interior roads were on asphalt and the sites were on packed gravel. There was a combination of pull-thru and back-in sites available. The water, sewer and electric box was located on the side of the each site. There were in the process of adding "privacy fences" on each lot. The electrical voltage was good, hovering around 122 but most people were not using their air conditioners at the time we were there. WiFi was available at a cost. Verizon air card and cell phone worked reasonable well here. There were a number of permanent residents scattered throughout the park. In my opinion, the park manager needs to "tidy up" some of these sites. The price reflexes the Passport America rate that is good for 3 days. We would come back here if we were in the area.

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All of the interior roads and all sites are on crushed, dusty gravel. There is a mixture of pull-thrus and back-in sites available. The sites are reasonably wide. All of the utilities are in the back of the sites and they request that you park beyond the utility box. A long water and sewer hose will be needed. The electrical voltage was good - hovering around 122. This may not be the case if everyone was using their air conditioner. WiFi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well within this park. It was very quiet at night and their interior street lights were working. No open flames such as charcoal grills or fire pits are allowed. Management has poured a lot of money in this campground. The pool, spa and gym were recently upgraded. Don't be fooled by the look of the exterior of the buildings. This park has a lot of potential but enough negatives that would probably keep me from coming back for any length of time. Many of the rigs within this park are over 15 years old. Many sites have junk lying around. One site has a couple of car batteries on the ground, cinder blocks for steps, an outside refrigerator and other junk scattered around. Definitely not appealing. Calling this a 5 star resort is a long stretch. The average age within this park seems to be over 70. There seems to be nothing to attract the younger crowd.

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We stayed at the West Rolling Hills section of the Milford Lake COE. This campground has two loops – A & B. Loop A has 15/50 amp electrical outlets, flush toilets and most of the non-reserved sites do not have a view of the lake. Loop B has 15/30 amp electrical outlets, vault toilets and a large number of non-reserved sites have a view of the lake. There was 1 non-reserved and 2 reserved sites that were pull-thrus. All of the interior roads were on asphalt and the sites were on packed gravel. The interior roads were very narrow considering that they were two way streets. Each loop had a narrow circle to turn around. The electrical voltage was good hovering around 120 volts. All sites had a fire ring and a picnic table. The electrical box and water was in the correct position. Check out time was 6 P.M. and the park attendances are duty at 5 P.M. There are two dump stations and the showers are near the entrance to the campground. The shower house contained 8 stalls per gender. The interior of the shower room was very dated and looked institutional. Not very appealing. The dumpsters were also located near the entrance to the campground. From any site it will be a long walk to the showers or to throw out your trash. Some of the sites were more level then others. There was a dip from the road in most of the sites. Depending upon the size of your rig and/or the length of the site, it could be tricky to get into. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. It was very quiet at night except when Fort Riley was on maneuvers. The price reflects the senior discount rate. We would come back here again if we were in the area.

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This campground is small but well maintained. The interior roads are on asphalt and are a bit narrow. All of the sites are on concrete. Water is available just before you enter the campground. The dump station is located as you exit the campground. The electrical box contained 20/30/50 amp outlets and was located in the appropriate spot. The electrical voltage was a bit low, hovering around 119. Almost all of the sites could handle a large rig. There were a few “pull-outs”. The sites were relatively flat. There is a bathroom with 2 showers per gender near the dump station. They were old, tired looking but clean. We chose not to use them because they were definitely not appealing. Verizon air card was a little slow but the cell phone worked well. This campground did not have Wi-Fi or cable. The maintenance crew doubled as the host as needed. The gates to this park are closed after 8 P.M. You would need to get a key ($10 deposit) from the maintenance crew. This campground is about 2 miles from the Stuhr museum and there is a bike path starting from the campground. There is a railroad spur next to the campground. This spur is used to supply coal to the power plant every 10 days or so. The campground was very quiet at night. We would definitely come back here if we were in the area. Our rig is 32' long.

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All of the interior roads and almost all of the sites are on asphalt. Most of the sites are very long, easily accommodating a tow or a boat. The premium sites (costing $2 extra) are located near the lake. These sites tend to have less space between them and have a crowded feeling. The other sites are more spacious. There were a few pull-out sites. Each site had a fire ring and a picnic table. The electrical boxes containing 20/30/50 amp outlets are located within the appropriate location. The electrical voltage was on the low side, hovering about 119. Water and dump stations are located across the street from Pierson State park on Toe Road (free). The bathrooms contained 2 showers per gender and were very clean. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. There was neither Wi-Fi nor cable within the park. Camp hosts were on duty. Clarification: Cottonwood and Tailwaters are COE parks and located in Nebraska. Chief White Crane, Lewis and Clark SRA and Pierson are South Dakota State parks. Price reflects the senior discount. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We camped here with a 32 foot rig.

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Since this campground accepts reservations ($5), discount rates for weekly and monthly stays, and many sites have full hookups, it tends to be busier then the city park campground. This campground has every combination of hookups from dry to FHU. Water is available at the dump station. Some sections had full sun, others had partial shade and still others had full shade. They did a nice job of cutting the tree limbs on each site. The interior roads and all of the sites were on packed dirt. Most of the sites were back-in but they did have a number of “side-to-side” pull-throughs. Some sites had more then one electrical box and had shared water spigots. It really was a mixed bag. The voltage was a little on the low side, hovering around 120. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. There was neither Wi-Fi nor cable within the park. The bathroom/showers were old and tired looking. Functional, but not very appealing. Each bath house had 2 showers per gender. Note that Streets and Trips and Google Earth both showed the wrong location for this campground. Use these coordinates: (44.91962, -97.24364). Not sure if we would come back to this campground. We might want to stay at the City Park instead. We camped here with a 32 foot RV.

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Overall, this is a pretty nice campground. All of the sites are very long and wide. The interior roads and sites are on packed gravel. The electrical box containing 20/30/50 amp outlets are located within the appropriate location. Electric voltage was good, hovering around 121. Water and a dump station were available at the entrance to the campground. Each site had a fire ring and a picnic table. There was a bathroom with one shower per gender. The bathroom and shower were usable but needed some cleaning. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. There was neither Wi-Fi nor cable within the park. There was a camp host on duty. Considering that the campground was full, it was surprisingly quiet at night. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We camped here with a 32 foot rig.

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This campground has great potential. Good views of Pebble Lake and lots of wide open spaces. There is a separate area for tents and RVs. All sites can accommodate any size RV. The town of Fergus Falls is about 3 miles away. The main road into the campground and all of the sites are on packed gravel. All sites are back-in. None of the sites are level, some worse then others. The electrical box is shared between two sites. Within each utility box there are one 30-amp and four 20-amp outlets. The water spigots on most sites are located way in the back. You would probably need at least 50 feet of hose to reach the faucet. There are only two vault toilets for the entire campground. These toilets were probably designated for the bike trail head (Central Lakes Bike Trail). Wi-Fi, cable, showers, and a dump station are not available in this campground. Only one interior street light was working. The fee box is located at the entrance to the campground – no camp host on duty. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. No reservations so it’s first come – first served. It was very quiet at night. We would definitely come back here if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot rig.

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This is a nice quiet city park located just on the outskirts of Brainerd. The road into the city park is on asphalt and the sites and interior road of this campground is on packed dirt and gravel. Some of the sites have the utilities located at the back while others were closer to the front. All sites had 20/30/50 amp service along with water. The dump station was located within the park – not within the campground. The electrical voltage was a little weak, hovering around 119. All of the sites had a picnic table and a fire ring. A few of the sites were pull-throughs and most of the sites could handle a large rig. The bathroom and the one shower (per gender) were located within the city park. The bathrooms were very old, functional but not very appealing. We chose not to use them. The campground had Wi-Fi but was very weak. Verizon air card was a little slow. Verizon cell phone worked well. There was very little road noise at night. This is a well used city park. The camp host and the Parks and Recreation office are located near the dump station. We would return to this park if we were in the area. We camped at this campground with a 32 foot rig.

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This is a nice campground right off US-2. Surprisingly there was little road noise at night. The interior roads and sites were on packed gravel. All sites had FHU, about a 1/3 of them were pull-thrus. Many of the sites were long enough to accommodate a large rig with a tow. Most of the sites had the utilities located way in the back. Depending upon the site, you might need a very long water hose. Some sites had multiple sewer connections. The bathroom and showers were clean but a little dated. We chose not to use them. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well within the campgrounds. The Paul Bunyan bike trail is close by. We would return to this campground if we were in the area.

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This is a typical bare bones fairground. All of the sites are on grass. The one road into the fairgrounds is on asphalt then turns to packed gravel. There is an area for RV parking and another section for tenting. In order to get to any site you have to go on the grass that has lots of trees and very bumpy. Most of the RV sites had 20/30 amp, a few had 20/30/50 amp electrical service. There is a dump station within the fairgrounds. Water is available via a spigot against a building as you drive into the park. There is a sign pointing to where the water spigot is located. The bathroom and showers were OK but not very appealing. We chose not to use them. The electrical voltage was very strong, hovering around 127. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. We would return to this campground if we were in the area.