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Price included state and city tax. We had a long gravel pull through site, roads were gravel and grass between the sites. There were many long term seasonal folks. Owner is very laid back and friendly, comes around the office in the last afternoon. One evening there was a small jam session in their pavilion. Pretty location in the mountains and well maintained. The 50a, water and sewer all worked fine as did our rooftop dish. We used the parks free WiFi and cable TV. I would have rated it higher except for the nightly price.

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We overnighted here to visit friends for a day. This is a membership park but allows nonmembers. It was a very easy on/on the expressway but being so close had some traffic noise. The park has large mature trees but our site (27) was open to the south allowing our rooftop dish to work well. We were 2 sites from the office so we had good WiFi and our Verizon hot spot also worked. The 50a power was good, we didn't use water or sewer. The roads and sites are gravel and level, the trees could use some trimming but didn't cause us any trouble. Nice grass between sites. The pull through site was plenty long enough for our 37' 5W and truck. Staff was friendly and park is well maintained. It's on a divided highway but there is a crossover to the park entrance.

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This is a very nice, well maintained, quiet, restful campground. We understand it use to be a mobile home park associated with the closed USAF base. The sites are grouped in clusters of four. The hosts were friendly and helpful, leading us through the grassy yards to make the site a pull through which was very long. The roads are paved and the sites are old blacktop with a cement patio and picnic table. When exiting you have to drive over a small curb onto the road. There are many mature trees but our rooftop dish worked well. Their WiFi did not work but our Verizon hotspot worked. The 50a power was good as was water and sewer, we had to use 2 sewer hoses to reach the connection. We liked this peaceful CG. It's about 5 or 6 minutes off I57, there are several gas stations and fast food restaurants at the expressway intersection.

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We had a long gravel & level pull through, the roads are gravel, decent grassy space between sites. CG is well maintained and landscaped. Remote location, we didn't visit Bowling Green so unsure what is nearby. 50a worked well, we didn't use the water or sewer. Open site so rooftop dish worked as did our Verizon hot spot for internet access. Staff discouraged us using their WiFi saying it was only for email and banking so we didn't use it. They were a somewhat unfriendly when we checked in. CG road is a large oval with pull throughs in the center and back ins on the outside.

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It was a one night stopover and this CG worked very well. Very easy on/off the expressway. We could hear some road noise but it wasn't bad. Our gravel pull through was a little short but we made it work OK. The site was narrow and our door opened close to neighbors utilities. Our 50a power worked well, we didn't use the water or sewer which was available. We were in some trees but our rooftop dish worked in between them. The staff was very nice, helpful and easy to work with. Verizon hotspot worked as did the CG WiFi but it was slow. Nice quiet little CG.

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We were in site 1 next to an oil well pump that occasionally was running during the day, not at night. We chose that site so our rooftop dish worked. The 50a, water and sewer worked ok even though the sewer connection was about a foot above the ground. No WiFi. Our Verizon cell phone and hot spot worked fine. The roads and RV parking sites are gravel, lots of grass on the sites and many are in large trees, no problems maneuvering in the park. Our site was plenty long enough for the fifth wheel and truck. No price discounts and about 4 or 5 miles from downtown Frankenmuth. The sites in the front had some road traffic noise.

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This city park hasn't changed over the years. It's free the first 2 nights then $10/night. Paved sites and roads. One side pull throughs the other side of the ball fields it's backin sites. No sewer but there is a dump station. Water and 30a and 50a sites. Some trees but rooftop dish worked as the OTA TV antenna. It's on the corner of 2 busy roads so there is road noise. There is a nearby Wal-mart and several restaurants. City WiFi worked some of the time. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well.

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A basic campground. It's in an open field with pull through FHU 30a and 50a sites. The power, water and sewage all worked well. No trees so our rooftop dish had no trouble. We couldn't get any OTA TV stations. The campground WiFi didn't work, even next to the office but our Verizon cell phone and hot spot worked. Gravel roads and sites with small concrete patio and table. It's on route 54 so there is road noise. There are a couple long term trailers. It's located on the west edge of the city so there are some stores and restaurants nearby. We were told to pick any site we wanted.

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Nice quiet small campground. Blacktop roads and sites are very narrow. We chose one of the pull through sites to make it easier. nice and dark at night. Buffalos are in a field next to the campground. 50a, water and sewer all worked as did the rooftop dish, no trees. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. Staff was very friendly and helpful, nice gift shop. Price was passport America.

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$23 is Escapee price. we had a gravel pull through site. The roads are gravel and dusty. Some shade, rooftop dish worked well as did their cable TV. Site was 50 FHU. Staff very friendly and always busy caring for the grounds. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. Convenient location to visit Branson, Branson Landing, and Hard Work U. Tornado sirens went off at 2am and the staff was very busy ensuring everyone was in the shelter.

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This was an overnight stop just off I10. The pull through site was in the open so the rooftop dish and OTA antenna worked well. Verizon voice and hotspot also worked well. The utilities also worked well. When making the reservation the lady in the office called us back promptly when we didn't even give our number, she was excellent and was ready for us when we arrived. We have stayed here before and this has been a consistent great overnight or couple day park.

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This is an older adequate park, we were here to visit with a couple of RV friends. The utilities all worked OK the 2 nights we were here. The pull through site was gravel as were the roads (some were paved). No trees so the rooftop dish worked well as did the OTA antenna. Verizon voice and hotspot worked well too. We have been here a few times but this time there were thousands of caterpillars also. We were in an open area so didn't get the worst of them. Office staff was helpful when we had to modify our length of stay.

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We spent 2 nights here at the Passport America rate of $20/night. All utilities worked well, OTA antenna picked up several TV stations. Verizon Voice and hotspot worked well. No trees so the rooftop dish also worked well. The road was blacktop and site was concrete backing up to a large pond. Very quite and dark at night. 10 or so minutes from I10 on several country roads but many signs providing good directions. Office staff friendly.

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We winter here for 4 to 6 months. Sites are spacious with 50a FHU. Roads, sites & patios are all paved. Price includes power, WiFi (pretty reliable but not perfect), cable TV, indoor & outdoor pools. All utilities worked very well. Daily price was based on 6 month winter rate of $430. AL59 is a quarter mile east and can be noisy, especially sirens. The east side of park is higher and drier if it rains. Many snowbirds have dogs but they pick up after them. Gulf is 4 miles south and the park is within 5 miles of many many restaurants, shopping, and activities. Verizon cell service (voice and data) is good, most sites have clear shot for our rooftop TV dish. Park always fills up after Christmas. In the spring and summer the area is full of spring breakers, vacationers and southerners seeking the beach and Gulf. We get out then as it's too busy for us and the restaurant prices go up.

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Roads are gravel with firm grass sites. We had a very long and very wide pull through with FHU. I think it was pricy for a Escapee 30a site, the back-ins were less $$ but we wanted one in the open for our rooftop dish. The utilities worked well as did out Verizon cell phone and internet hotspot. Yes, the pool is closed. Park is quiet but close to I75. No picnic table.