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We stayed here in October 2015. It is a lovely park with roughly 75 campsites. Most have water and electric; about 14 are primitive and are in a separate section. The sites are of varying lengths; the web site will tell you the size of each site. Eleven sites are over 60 feet, some of them are pull through. We had 50 amp service at our site; I can not say for all sites. It is about 25 minutes or less north of Corydon, Indiana, and near the Indiana Caves and French Lick. The lake has boats for rent, a paved walking, and plenty of squirrels, ducks, and geese to watch while relaxing. The sites were paved, but a little pitched. Bring a couple of leveling boards and you will be fine. We payed $25 for Sunday and $15 for the week days. We enjoyed this campground very much.

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Sites have electric and water. Sites are paved and level from side to side. Some are a little pitched from front to back, but very manageable. The campground was clean and the hosts very accommodating. The grass was a bit long in the middle of the park, but closely trimmed near the RVs. A lovely park, we would camp here again.

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We stopped here for 1 night on our way home. It was more than we expected. We had a nice level pull-thru site away from the long term residents. In nearby part of the campground there were a number of campers that were long term. They had their toys and their kid's toys and they were all enjoying each others company. We were away from that but they paid their money and enjoyed the camping and the scenery just as much as we enjoyed it. It is a nice peaceful out of the way spot. It is easy to get into and out of. There was an issue with hot water; one of our party checked on it and thought there was none. We bathed in the RV, but a later check showed there was hot water. Perhaps they turn it off in the slack period of midday. Perhaps there was a problem and someone fixed it. We would camp here again if we are in the area. It is a nice peaceful spot that my wife liked very much.

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Nearly level sites, many clean bath houses, very convenient to D.C. The Metro Shuttle starts and stops its route at the park. It delivers you to the Metro subway/rail station at College Park. There is a Kiosk on the grounds to purchase your Metro fare cards.The staff is very friendly and helpful; the park is very convenient. It is the best place for RVers to stay while visiting the D.C. area. We will stay here again or our next visit to the area.

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Level pull-thru, 50 amp, and water sites. A big campground with about 289 sites, about 15-20 minutes from Niagara Falls. Several large clean bath houses. Only 2 dump stations and 1 dumpster (all near the exit) that I saw. A nice friendly check in staff. They weren't crowed so they put us in a section with several empty spots around us, thus giving us plenty of room. They appear to have a great many campground activities designed for their campers. It was very handy for our trips to Niagara Falls, the Niagara River Gorge, and Canada. They have an overly officious speed enforcer who chased me down at 11pm on deserted a rainy night to tell me I was over the 5 MPH speed limit. He was correct and I did slow down afterwards. It was a very acceptable campground near Niagara Falls. I would stay here again if in the area.

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Near I-70, but because it is tucked in a small valley it is very quiet. There are many seasonal residents, but they really keep their sites up well. There are some seasonal workers, but they are away from the day campers, and the older seasonal folks. The staff is helpful, and the owners are pleasant people. The site we were assigned was a bit tight when backing in due to a car parked in front of the site across the street. It just took a bit more time to get in there and get straight. They have a nice big lake, a pool, and some nice cabins on the side of a hill near the lake. There was a crew that was working on enhancements. The spot next to me was reserved by a local resident who's daughter wanted to bring her friends here for her birthday. Locals coming to stay the weekend - I thinks it speaks well for the property. We will stay here again when in the region.

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Our site was on the loop by the water tower. It was big enough for a 34 foot 5th wheel and truck. We had a paved site that was nearly level and easy to back in to. They have only one bath house, and the site I picked was a long distance away (there are pit toilets nearer). Some of us drove to it; other hiked to it. The bath house was clean, but the design could have been better. It did not channel the water well and it got all over the place. It is a big campground with many kids who didn't always keep things as tidy as they might have. All in all it was nice enough and we had a pleasant time. Hocking Hills is a series of 6 different small parks; you generally drive from venue to another. You can walk from one to the other, but they are miles apart. The brochures brag so highly that I was let down a bit. It is a very nice attraction, but I expected so much that it couldn't live up to my expectations. I would go back again with more reasonable expectations.

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Sites are tight for a 34 footer, but they are manageable. A couple of the back in sites may be roomier than the pull through sites. Because it is in the park it is very handy to those going to Natural Bridge. Red River Gorge is just up the road. We stayed here 3 nights and this is our 2nd visit here. Water and electric are located together for 2 spots; therefore, you may have to run electric and water lines under the trailer to the reach water and electric ports. Do not turn your vehicle around or your picnic table will be on the wrong side of the RV. All things considered a nice campground.

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We stayed for 3 nights; I really liked this campground. It was clean and compact, the hosts were helpful, and the neighbors were friendly, and the site was level. There are a number of longer term residences, but they were no trouble and were nice folks to talk with. The trailer next to us was empty for the 1st 2 days, but they came in for the weekend. They were playing with their kids, riding their motorcycles (for transportation) and having fun just like the rest of us. We could not get reservations at the state park, so we used Add-more as a base to visit Squire Boone Caverns, Marengo Cave, and French Lick-West Badin. It worked well, and we would stay here again. Access to highways is also close, but the campground is quiet.

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Our trip lasted two weeks and this was the best park we encountered. The staff was most helpful and friendly. They escorted us to the site and helped get us parked and situated. They pointed out the local sites and vouched for some of them. It is about 30 minutes to West Yellowstone and the park. There are many fun things to do in Idaho that are close to the campground. The campground is about four or five miles off of the main road, it was quiet; the other campers were well behaved. They have a nice dog walk, and they are near a large reservoir. Near dusk each night out near the main road, the moose come by to graze. They aren’t the least bit afraid of the visitors as long as you stay on your side of the fence. What a wonderful site. You bet we would stay here again.

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This is a nice campground; it has flat level, hard sites, with easy hookups. We had a back-in site, but there was plenty of room to get it done. The sites were wide and the campground was quiet. The staff was courteous and competent. The Shoshone River runs behind the park, and it has a panoramic view of the mountains. It is about midway between Cody and the east entrance to Yellowstone. The laundry was closed because the leech bed collapsed and they were awaiting permits to install a new one. The restaurant was nothing to brag on, but they did serve a good sturdy breakfast buffet. I would camp here again.

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We stayed here the last week of July. It is a great base for visiting Crazy Horse, Rushmore, Devils Tower, Deadwood, Sturgis and others. The camp sites were roomy, shaded, with plenty of water and power. The restrooms were clean and nearby. We did not use the pool, but we really liked this campground.