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This is a fine, clean park for an overnight stay along I-70. Half the park has trees, half has no trees. You park on dirt with a little grass around. 50 amp power was good, and the staff was excellent. I didn't try the WiFi or the cable TV. It's a no frills park but it had a nice, comfortable look and feel. I would stay here again. It's a Passport America park.

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Formerly Broken Bow RV Park. The friendly new owner changed the name. This is a basic RV park but it has the important stuff. Mostly level sites, good power, clean bathrooms and laundry, shade for those who want it, clear sky for others. Surface is gravel and dirt.

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The Tennessee State Fairgrounds is a great place to stay if what you are looking for is a spot close to downtown. It's about 2 miles due south from Broadway Street. At $35.00 a day it is a great value in the Nashville area. We have stayed here twice, once for two weeks a few months ago and three weeks this time. It's not in a great area but it's isolated from the surrounding neighborhoods. Although we were the only RV here most of the time we never felt unsafe while we stayed here. Other RVs came and went on the weekends depending on what events were going on at the fairgrounds. It's like every state fairgrounds. There is a asphalt strip up near the middle of the fairground that has space for about 20 RVs. Other than the bathrooms and showers there are no other amenities, but you do get full hook-ups with 50 amps. There is an overflow area of about 200 spots but we rarely saw anyone in them. We will stay here every time we come to Nashville.

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This is a small RV Park in a grass field behind an extended stay motel/lodge halfway between Fort Bragg and downtown Fayetteville. The sites are on gravel and level. There is plenty of space between RVs. A few small trees are around. There are no facilities that we know of, but we didn't ask. The open field has no fence around it, or security of any kind, but we never felt unsafe and the neighbors, some of whom had been there for weeks seemed just fine. It's not a destination park but it's near everything if you are in Fayetteville for a few days of visiting.

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This is a destination park if you are interested in the lake. Otherwise you are in the middle of nowhere. Not to mention the long drive to the sites on a gravel road. Most sites have heavy shade, a few are satellite friendly. Sites are level. Ants were a huge problem on our site. Management is someone amateurish so be sure to reserve your site and then check back later to confirm. We stayed here for three days before moving downtown to Fairlane Lodge Propertie to be closer to town and the base.

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Yet another rundown campground. Definitely not a kid-friendly resort. The previous reviews were spot on except we found the swimming pool to need cleaning. At $40.00 a night this place is way overpriced. The location 3 miles south of Carowinds Park is handy if that's where you're going. It's also not too far from Charlotte.

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We looked at this park but unfortunately they were full. It's really three parks in one separated by trees. Two of the three are for transients like us and the other one is for more permanent residents. There are no facilities but the sites are level, and some have shade. The location is great if you are touring Charlotte.

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Make no mistake, this is a run-down RV campground, not an RV Resort. At $60.00 a night we were staggered by how overpriced it was. Then again, we didn't use any of the facilities except the shower and we never went to the amusement park. If we had a bunch of kids with us and took advantage of the shuttle to the park, then maybe. Plan to be on dirt, under trees, surrounded by ants, on a fairly level pull-through site. The whole place seemed past it's prime to us. We stayed here for the weekend because we were tired of driving and this place was easy to find. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

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This is the closest full hookup RV Park to Lexington. It's a new park so the trees are a long way from mature. However, the sites are level, the park is very clean, and the staff is friendly and helpful. It's an excellent place for "groups" to spend the weekend because they are set up to accommodate them. We will always stay here when visiting Lexington.

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Better then average T.T. park, but not very many satellite friendly sites. If you like shade, this is the place for you. A/C power better than most T.T. parks, but still no 50 amp sites. While we were there some moron with a weed wacker trimmed around all the power/water posts and sprayed the RVs with grass and rocks. I was so mad I couldn't see straight. Nothing like getting your paint all chipped up.

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This is a small basic park. Nice place, friendly people, good location. Not a good park if you're looking for good 50 amp electricity.

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This park has "location" going for it. Otherwise it is an over priced campground complete with dusty roads, tight quarters, and people who want to "camp". There are no amenities. If you want trees & shade, or an open satellite spot, they have it, reserve ahead.

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We only stayed one night and never looked around town. This city owned park is small but OK. Most spaces have trees, a few are satellite friendly. Sites are level and clean. We never felt unsafe. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Best thing about it is the location if Beckley is your destination. However, it is very hard to find from the freeway.

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This park is the same now as when it was last reviewed. Actually, I wouldn't call it a park at all. It's just a small grassy field. But is is fine if you want easy access to Parkersburg. It is outrageously over priced considering the lack of any and all amenities.

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This County Fairground is 4 miles south of the Cleveland airport. It's a perfect place to explore Cleveland from. It really should be listed under Cleveland rather than Berea. We were very happy here. It is quite, safe, clean, and the staff is friendly. You will be parking on asphalt and you get your choice of any open spot. Don't look for trees or any of the amenities associated with an RV Park.