Tallboy

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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.

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Nothing fancy park. Skinny entrance road between two fishing ponds. One having a swimming area. Gravel/dirt/mud roads and sites. Lots of grass, fire pits. Do have major BIG pull thru sites. Although the sewer connection is up hill. Able to get 10 channels on the antenna. Hiking trails. Easy in and out with a HDT & trailer. 60 foot long.

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When the wife called she was told the campground was across from Arby's. It's not. Would have been better to have said turn left before Arbys on Highway 1 when coming off exit 147 of I-25. The office is also a hair salon. Gravel roads and gravel sites. The site we were on had no sewer, no cable TV. The Wi-Fi was worthless. Ear plug park. Road noise.

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Got here and the office door was locked up. Had a name and number to call. Another RVer in front of us had called the number on the door, left a message. Did have a young man show up to check them and us in. A gal showed up later. Stayed one night. Gravel interior roads and sites. Big pull-throughs angled the way they should be. The Wi-Fi wasn't working. They knew about it. Said it would be up and running in two days. No discount. This is an ear plug park. Train and highway noise. I did like that no campfires allowed. Easy in and out with a HDT and 5th wheel trailer (60 foot combo).

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Good Sam discount. Stayed one night. Gravel interior roads and sites. All pull-thrus. Angled the way they should be. Length is over 80 foot on some. Did hear lots of train air horns. Lots of channels on the Cable TV and the wifi worked okay. Easy in and out with a HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo)

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Has asphalt at the front with two speed bumps then the rest of the park gravel roads and sites. Stayed in site #1 in the pull-throughs in the front. Tight sites. Close to your neighbor. No room if you want your awning out. Best of all, no campfires. Was able to sleep with the windows open at night. Has Wi-Fi, but had to ask if they had it and for the password. No rules or map of park given. Was able to get a few channels on the antenna. Very easy in and out with our HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo) There are sites farther back that are back-ins and pull-throughs. Has fire rings. The farther back the louder the interstate.

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Price reflects one month and one week stay. Electric was extra at 12 cents a KWH for the month. Was not added to amount. Front office/store needs a good cleaning, inside and out. Gravel/grass sites and gravel interior roads. Some nice shade trees, but some need to be cut back. Some sites have a paved patio, others, like ours, a wood deck. Which was too high for our RV's steps. Had to park and step out onto the grass. Sewer connection only two and three fourths inch wide. Had to buy a connection to fit so I could hook up our sewer hose. Wi-Fi worked great. When we made the reservations they said they had Cable TV, but when we got there the owner had canceled it because the cable company was hard to work with. Was able to get four channels on the antenna. FOX and three channels of PBS. Some road noise during the day, mostly quiet at night, even on Labor Day weekend. Able to sleep with windows open except when people had campfires. Pretty much easy in and out with a HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo)

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Price reflexes one week stay. Mostly asphalt interior roads and gravel/grass sites. Escort to site. Branches need to be cut back on interior roads and sites. Excellent cable TV and Wi-Fi. Kept windows closed and ran our bedroom A/C fan when sleeping, cut out road noise and most of the train air horns. Has recycling. A river runs through the campground and also has three ponds. Lots of ducks and geese. Watch where you step. Allows campfires. Only one vehicle allowed at each site. Although others were allowed, we weren't. Somewhat easy in and out with a HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo).

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Price reflects six day stay. Roads coming into the park to the office and around the pool are paved. Most of the interior roads are also paved. Sites are gravel and good sized in length and width. Excellent Cable TV. Wi-Fi only had one day it was a little slow, otherwise no complaints. Most sites have trees, some don't. Our site was unlevel side to side two inches. Does allow campfires. Easy in and out with a HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo)

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Stayed one week. Price reflexes Passport America discount. First coming into park the road is paved with potholes. Escort to site with golf cart. Interior roads are gravel and sites are either paved or gravel/grass. Site was unlevel side to side 2 ½ inches. Some sites have trees, others not. Pool had a green tint to it. Excellent cable TV, and Wi-Fi worked great. Close to Highway 301, but didn't hear it. Does allow campfires. But had windows closed and A/C(s) on due to hot and humid weather. Easy in and out with a HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo).

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Pricey. Stayed one week. Asphalt interior roads, sites asphalt and concrete. pull-through site had low hanging branches. The wife watched to see if they would do any damage. After parked climbed on the roof and small branches were rubbing on the roof and A/C units. Called office was told someone would come out. After 30 minutes cut them ourselves put branches on picnic table which were removed the next day. When walking around the campground did notice some interior roads and other sites need some branches cut back. Was glad we were put on a site on the end of a row (site 9). Farther in and it would have been an adventure getting into and out of a site with our rig. Was an adventure even getting out of the site we were in. HDT and trailer (60 ft combo). Little tight, skinny interior roads. In the back of park, interior roads are gravel. Park unfortunately allows campfires. Out of three super nice cool nights was only able to have the windows open one of those nights due to smoke invading our home. Cable TV and Wi-Fi was excellent. Very quiet park, had great electric, water pressure, and sewer.

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Stayed 12 nights. Passport America price. Big campground. Gravel interior roads and sites. I recommend to check their website on what you want and call for a reservation, rather than stopping in without one. We were in what they call a Super-site. Site was Gold 4. Site includes a straight pull-through, which was 80 ft long. 50 amp, water, sewer, satellite TV with a receiver and remote control and Wi-Fi. We were in the trees. Was an adventure getting into the site with our HDT and 5th wheel (60 ft. combo). Had to pull up the side of a graveled hill and turn sharply to get between a couple of trees to get into the site. Site unlevel side to side by 2 ¾ inches. The satellite TV usage was excellent. Wi-Fi worked excellent. Very quiet park except on one weekend when they have a loud band and events going on until 10:30/11 PM. Has recycling. There are campfire pits, but was to humid for us to have windows open during our stay, so no smoke smell invading our home. Has a hiking trail. Lots of things for kids to do (if you have any) pool, lake, etc. Getting out of the site and park, had to be watchful of trees on corners.