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Price reflects five night stay. Interesting when making a reservation. Can't make reservations on a pull-thru site. It's first come first get. Can make reservations on a back in with electric, water and if a FHU pull-thru site is open when you get there can up grade to that. Skinny paved interior roads. Has gravel sites. Was raining so lots of water around the pedestal and where the sewer hose connections. Sites to the west have trees, sites to the east don't. Allows campfires. Has speed bumps. Road noise and train horns. Great Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked 20% of the time. Easy in, easy out with a 60 foot combo.

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Gravel interior roads and sites. Lots of pull thrus but are straight in over angled. Cable TV is extra, didn't get it. Didn't try our TV antenna to see what channels it could get. Side by side hook ups with electric, water and sewer. Water connection is hard to connect hose. Nice shade trees. WiFi worked great, but trying to connect the first time using their user name and password took more times then really liked. Continued to say invalid user name and password. After the first time getting connected after that no problem. Very quiet for a Saturday night. Some what easy in and out with a 60 foot combo.

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New owners. Do not accept Passport America. Didn't know that until after we were set up and the spouse went to pay. Interior roads are asphalt and sites very small gravel that sticks to shoes and is carried inside the RV. Wi-Fi is free and worked. Nothing on the TV antenna. All back-in sites. Did like that no wood burning fire pits were allowed. We were in site #5. Near the highway so was some road noise. The water and sewer connections were on the wrong side. Had to run them under the trailer. Sewer was up hill and the connection was in at an angle. Somewhat easy in and out with our 60' combo.

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Price reflects one night. Small campground located behind motel. Needs a little work. Driveway that is tree lined, trees need to be cut back. Take same driveway but turn and take road without trees. Interior roads are gravel. Grass/gravel back ins which have shade and big pull thrus with no shade. The pull thrus are interesting on getting out onto the street, have to go over a two inch bump and curb. Pull site was very unlevel. Side to side, front to back. If you don't have air bags on your truck you will have to unhitch. Not sure how it would work on a MH. Close to Highway 54, so might be some road noise. Lots of cable TV channels. Internet is worthless. Four bars on Verizon. Some what easy in & out with a HDT & trailer.

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Price reflexes eight day/night stay on a 50 amp full hook up angled back in site with grass between the site and a concrete patio. Other sites are straight back in and straight pull-thrus. The pull thrus are interesting as one side the RV door will face each other and others are back to back. Lots of sites share the water hook up. Could be why the water pressure was so low. Sites are on gravel/grass. Lots of trees. Some need trimmed back. Wi-fi hot spot in the office, but we were able to get it at our trailer with our Alfa Network Antenna, most of the time. Slower to limited connection after 4 pm and on the weekend. Was able to get some some cell phone service with Verizon, but not all the time. Have to go to the top of the hill by the storage lot to get better reception. Received eight TV stations on the antenna. Allows campfires. Easy in & out with a HDT & trailer (60 ft. combo) Some of the rules. No use of washers in RV and if using second A/C there will be a charge. Visitors, there will be a charge. No power bikes or motorcycles can go past the office.

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Price reflects Passport America price of $15.00 per day. An extra charge of $5.00 a day for a utility fee. (A/C, electric heat, water, sewer) & Wi-fi. Tax is $1.00 a day. All sites are back ins. Several located by the river and others closer to the street. Stayed three weeks on a back in site with 30 amp electric, sewer and excellent water pressure. Wi-fi worked great, although some nights a little slow after 4 PM. Interior roads and sites are gravel/grass/dirt/sand. Offers recycling. Able to get sixteen TV channels on the antenna. Allows campfires. Easy in and out with a HDT & trailer. (60 foot combo)

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Price reflects one week stay on a pull thru site with 30 amp electric, water, no sewer. Interior roads are gravel, sites are grass/gravel/dirt/sand. Allows campfires. Able to get 5 channels on the TV antenna. WiFi worked very well. Some tree branches need cut back. Voltage and water pressure was very low at times. Easy in and out with a HDT & trailer. (60 foot combo)

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Price reflects two weeks stay on an angled back in site with 30 amp electric, water, sewer. Interior roads are asphalt and sites dirt/gravel/grass. Has angled back ins and "C" type pull thurs. There are tree branches that need to be cut back. Allows campfires. WiFi worked great Able to get 5 channels on the antenna. Electric hasn't been improved since the June 2012 review. Some what easy in and out with a 60 foot combo.

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Price reflects one week stay. Interior roads and sites are grass/gravel/dirt. Has back in and pull thrus. When parked, the male owner said we won't be able to pick up the internet at our site. However, we were able to get the internet at our RV with our Alfa Network antenna. Tree branches needed to be cut back in our site and some others. Was able to get over 20 channels on our TV antenna. Although a lot of them were PBS channels. Allows camp fires. Easy in and out with a 60 foot combo.

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Price reflects a one week stay. Three speed bumps coming up to the office/house. Another one past the office. Hard packed gravel interior roads and grass/gravel sites. Sites are straight pull thrus. Have a few "C" type pull thrus. Some angled back ins and straight back ins. Able to get four PBS channels on the antenna. Have Verizon, was able to get one or two bars. We were near the road so had some noise. Campground was pretty quiet except over the weekend. Allows camp fires. Sometimes the water pressure is a little on the low side. Has been a year since the last review I asked if they had wi-fi. Yes they have it but only down at the five cabins, no where around the RVs. Have to ask for the password. I tried it once, worked great, have to walk or drive to where the cabins are. Some what easy in and out with a HDT & trailer (60 foot combo)

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Price reflects a 16 day/night stay. Gravel interior roads and sites. Lots of potholes on the interior roads. All angled pull-throughs. Sites are 55 foot long. Have grass between the sites, a picnic table and two small trees. No campfires. Be sure to have a water filter because each time I turned on the water to fill a bucket with water to clean the bugs off the car I got a little bit of rusty water. Wi-Fi worked great. Got three channels on the TV antenna, but came in poor. There is a Red Box across the street at the grocery store. Did hear a train air horn from time to time. Very quiet campground, even over the 4th of July. Easy in and out for a HDT and trailer (60 foot combo)

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Price reflects seven day/night stay including paying $2.00 a day for cable TV. Wifi is "free" and worked great. Very busy campground. Lots of RVers coming in and out. All pull thrus and back in sites are straight instead of angled. We were in a straight back in, but the office personnel did a great job in putting us in one that was easy. Some sites are very close together. We were seven feet from our neighbor with the slides out. However there are sites with more room. Some sites have shade some don't. Some tree branches need to be cut back. Asphalt interior roads and gravel/grass sites. Easy in and out with a HDT & 35 foot long trailer.

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Price reflects 14 day stay. Have to swing wide to get into campground. Paved entrance and then the rest is gravel interior roads and sites. Three levels. Road going up to second level is asphalt. We were on the lower level which was the best for us. Angled 65 foot pull thru site. The way they should be. Each site has a picnic table and best of all no fire pits. Got a few channels on the antenna and the internet was very good. Beware of the goat head stickers. Easy in and out with a HDT and 5th wheel trailer. (60 foot combo)

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Behind Super 8 Motel. Friendly hosts. Nice angled pull thrus. Some are gravel others are paved. Some have patios others don't. All have a picnic table and best of all no fire pits. Around 120 plus cable TV channels and excellent internet. We asked for 50 amp but the pedestal was to low to the ground for our surge guard protector so had to run off 30 amp pedestal, which was higher off the ground. The sewer tube was a little high. Heard interstate noise. Easy in and out with 60 foot combo RV.

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Price reflects nine day stay. Super nice owners. Gravel interior roads and sites. Shade on some sites others not. 100 foot angled pull thru sites. Could hear interstate noise. Got plenty of channels on the TV antenna. Internet was slow. Easy in and out with a 60 foot combo RV.