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Our rate was for a monthly site. The sites are great with parking on concrete and nice separation. Grass and nice convertible picnic tables. No fires. Great office staff. No problem with strangers cruising through. Small airport across the highway but the noise is not objectionable to us. Very clean and well maintained. We will definitely return.

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We come here every year and this is a great park. The only problems are the WiFi bogs down in the evenings and on weekends and the front gate seems to break down every year. Otherwise, the park is clean and the employees are very friendly and helpful. There is some road noise but it varies depending on where you are in the park. We will definitely return again.

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This is a nice park with only three issues. The hookups are side by side so you are closer to your neighbor than you would like and the ground is covered with pea gravel. The gravel gets stuck in the tread of your shoes and is carried into the rig. It also gets kicked all over the brick patio. We tried to connect to both of their Wi-Fi access points in vain. Now for the good news. The park is attractive and the sites are long enough for a big rig and its toad. It is satellite friendly. We would return.

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This is a basic no frills park just off the Interstate but we liked it. It is all gravel with no grass or trees. It is satellite friendly and all sites appear to be pull throughs. There didn't appear to be any permanent rigs here. We would return.

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This is a nice park for an overnighter. You get paved roads and cement parking pads. There is green grass between the sites. You can hear the highway but it was just a constant dull background noise that didn't bother us. Our concrete slab and the one next to it are all broken up and need to be replaced. I would return if we are in the area again.

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This is an old park that is not suitable for big rigs. The first site they put us in was literally so narrow that we could not open our slides without hitting the rigs on each side! The second site was better but not level either sideways or front to back. We could not level a 38' motorhome without using boards and we hung out over the lines front and back. You have to drive through downtown city streets to get to the park. I cannot recommend this park for big rigs.

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This is a nice park in the trees. Some sites are marginally able to get a satellite signal. Wi-fi is poor. Each site has a fire ring so lots of smoke around. They have a gate you have to open to get in or out and they charge $3 per person to visit. The laundry is terrible. It is a huge room but only has 2 washers and two dryers. It is dirty and the change machine is supposed to be in the bath house but it is not. They will not give change at the office. The location is good and it is quiet here but I don't like the rules about visitors and the gates. We will not return.

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Nice park in the trees. Some sites are satellite friendly. Long pull throughs. You park on dirt so your rig gets dirty when it rains. My wife didn't like the laundry because it was the most expensive that we have used in some time and the dryers were not hot.

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This is a park that fronts on a river. All those sites are taken by long term renters. Then there is a grassy meadow with either electric or electric and water hookups. They put us in one of those. Unfortunately there was no gravel below the grass and it rained overnight. The next morning we got stuck trying to pull out. They knew that rigs got stuck there and put us there anyway. Also they did not differentiate their price on the type of hookup we had. We will never return to this campground!

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This is a nice park with friendly employees. Our site was at the top of a hill where we could get good satellite TV service. We also had great Verizon data and voice service since we could see the tower out our window. The roads are mostly dirt and when we had a hard rain they had a terrible erosion problem but they were out with a grader and fixed them as soon as the rain stopped. It was nice to see that they practiced recycling and gave us bags for the recycling as well as bags for the wet garbage. They picked up the bags in front of each site daily. We would return.

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I would have given this park a higher rating if they had full hookups. We like this park! It has some trees but is still satellite friendly. It has huge expanses of green grass and overlooks the Winnebago River and a golf course which makes for a very pretty setting. The park is quiet too. Our Verizon worked great with strong LTE. One negative is the mud when it rains. They need to put more gravel on the roads and the parking areas. We had one of the two pull-throughs at the end of the row. Most people don't find these and use the first ones they come to which are back-ins. There is a huge dump station with potable water fill on the way out. There are 20-30-50 amp power pedestals that are shared by two sites each and not all sites have electricity. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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This is a basic overnight stopping place. They have gravel pull through sites with good separation. The area has a few trees but no problem getting the satellite to work. We had a neighbor use his generator all night which was against the rules. The managers talked to him about it in the morning.

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This is a family owned RV park in a grove of trees. It is near to the highway but not noisy. It just had a good feel to it. I liked it a lot and would return. We managed to get our satellite to work. The pool was locked but they unlocked it so our grandson could swim. The sites are dirt and gravel but have nice separation. The managers were very nice.

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I would have given this park a 10 except for three items. They charge you $5 for a key card to the rest rooms and laundry and then only give you $3 back when you turn in the card. The sites have side by side utility hookups. This put a motorhome within 6 inches of our slideout! Lastly, they have no limits on age or condition of the rigs. We ended up with a 19 year old motorhome next to us with three pickups and 12 people. The motorhome should have been totaled. All four sides had major body damage. The front hood was tied on with yellow rope, the rear cap had a 2 foot hole in the corner, the slide didn't close, the steps were dented and unusable,the awning was ripped and tied on, etc. I was quite concerned about being so close to them and whether they would drink or worse all night. Having said this, the park is really nice. Lots of trees but we managed to get our satellite to work. Cement parking pads and nice roads. I like that they have an on site gas and diesel station with competitive prices. They also have an on-site RV wash. The do need to mark a dedicated parking area for the RV as you check in. It is not obvious where to park and the logical area is often tied up with cars at the laundry.

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This park was not full even during Bike Week. It has nice long pull-throughs and back-ins on gravel with (green) grass yards. Each site has a table and fire ring. The Wi-Fi worked great and we were in a far corner of the park. The managers and employees were all very friendly. AT&T works but Verizon doesn't except at a hot spot by the office. Some sites are satellite friendly. The water and electric are both strong. We will definitely return the next time we are in the area.