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We wish we had read the earlier reviews more carefully before stopping at this park for an overnight stay. As other members posted, it is multi-tiered, very difficult to read street/gravel road signs. (Some were leaning and not legible.) It is difficult to find your site because it seems that the back-ins are mixed in with the pull-throughs. It was hard to find the site numbers. We watched a fellow RVer accidentally run over a sewer connection, and we could understand how it could happen. We have Good Sam. We were told that we would be charged for the space, then they would enter our discount. That didn't make sense to us, but that is how it showed up on our Visa. It is in a beautiful location. If just a little work were done on the things mentioned in the earlier reviews, and what we just posted, this would be a place we would stay again. It's possible that the owners don't have to do much, because the same RVers return again and again, so no need to repair signs, sites etc.

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This is a kid friendly park, and you REALLY have to watch out for them. If you have pets, you have to watch out for them when taking them to potty, because sometimes children throw crawfish and shrimp out into the street. One child just stood in front of our car and seemed to dare us to move. Not so bad during the week, but I bet when school is out, RVers have to be super vigilant about what amounts to unsupervised children. Other than that, it is a very nice park near Breaux Bridge, and historical places. Really good during the week.

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This is a nice park, but it needs entrance and exit signs badly. You don't know whether to go left are right, and the sites aren't marked where you can see them. Very difficult when pulling a Toad or TT. It overlooks the Mississippi River. The interior roads are pretty rough, and it is very dusty. When you leave, your RV and Toad will be covered with dust. We would still return because there are a lot of historical places to visit around Natchez.

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This is a very nice park. You can walk to the beach, but it's far enough not to get sand in your RV. It's close to "the strip", and many great places to eat. The Stop, and Big Daddy's Gumbo on Post Office street had great food. We really enjoyed this park and will go back.

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This is one of the most accommodating RV Parks we have ever stayed in. Very nice concrete pads, and plenty of parking for your toad. They will help you arrange tours into San Antonio; The Alamo, the old Missions, the Market, etc. There are several good places to eat nearby, so you don't have to get into the traffic in San Antonio. Very nice people in the office too. We hope to go back sometime.

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This is a nice clean park. We had a pull-through, which works out great for an overnight stay. There are some permanent residents, but this is Aggieland, and to be expected. $63.00 is little pricey, but it comes down to supply and demand. We would stay here again.

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This is a nice park, and would have given it a 10, except for lack of information when checking in. We were given our space number, and the lady at the desk pointed to the right with her finger. We were not given any park layout, and didn't know we needed a security number, to get back into the park after (we guess) around 5:00 PM. It was confusing as to what to do with trash. After driving 300 miles, it is so nice to get clear instructions at the registration desk. Even nicer, in a class A park like this one, is to use that Golf Cart we saw parked at the door, to guide you to your site. Places to eat are very limited. We highly recommend Main Street Grill.

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We stayed here because it is so close to Star Hill Ranch. It is a nice Park with very nice, and helpful management. There was an attendant that took us to our space. That really means a lot after arriving at any park hot and tired. The spaces aren't paved, but are gravel and level. The trees and bushes are trimmed so as to get Satellite and not scratch your rig trying to park. The attendant even helped us unhook our toad. That means a lot! The Texas Hill Country is so pretty. LBJ ' s Ranch and birth place was very interesting. Also, Verde's restaurant and Carmela's were with 3 miles. Great places to eat. Heads up - it's 20 miles to the nearest Walmart. We would definitely camp here again.

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This is a nice park. We had a pull-through, and it worked out well. The only downside is the casino. It was run down and the buffet was terrible. Even worse, it was $43.00. That is pretty pricey for a casino buffet. That being said, we would stay here again because it is convenient. We would plan ahead and not eat or play at the casino unless they improve it.

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Very nice, well kept park. There are a lot of trees. The staff were very helpful.

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This is a nice park, BUT there are no pull throughs. The same at Hollywood Casino and campground. This is a huge problem if you are in a motorhome, which requires unhooking, removing Protect-A-Tow, etc. Also, you have to check in at the hotel desk. We had driven for 500 miles, then had to park in a crowded parking lot, with really no RV parking, then wait at least an hour in line to get a site. From now on, we are staying elsewhere.

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Very neat and clean park. There is absolutely no problem getting satellite with your dome. We didn't tow a vehicle this time, and the only place to eat was at the Casino restaurant which was not very good, and very expensive. The shuttle service is excellent, and the staff were friendly. We would stay here again.

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This is a nice clean park. We had to move to 3 different spots to get satellite. The staff were friendly. There are no pads, but had picnic tables. We would stay here again.

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When you are looking for the road for this look for the Kentucky Fried Chicken and Taco Bell sign. The road is squeezed in between the two signs. There is a very small KOA sign. Thankfully, we were not towing, so after we missed it we were able to turn around about a half mile down the road. We agree with the above posts about it being up a hill, down a hill, and curved. Over all it is a nice park and we would stay at this park again.

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If a family is looking for a "Campground" to ride bikes, swing on swings', this is (not) for this type family. This is a place to park your RV and be able to afford to visit one of America's greatest cities. We only hope that this little section of pavement with water and electric hook ups will never be bull dozed down, and high rise buildings built on top of it. We were with a Rally so the park was full, but it did seem that spaces became available throughout the week we were there. You cannot ask for nicer staff. They help people from distant states feel welcome to New Jersey and NYC. We will definitely visit Liberty Harbor again, and hope this park will always be available for RV'ers.