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Although the camp host is very nice and efficient, you must check in at the Camping World, where some of the "kids" don't know anything or care anything about the RV Park. In addition, there is much confusion about where you can and can't park an extra vehicle. Some of the sites are very small and the turns can be pretty tight. We could not get our 38' 5er into the first site we picked. I would have given them fewer stars, but it's a great value. I dislike that they don't take reservations, but it's cheaper and much more convenient than the Chester Frost park where we had been staying, but not as nice.

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A very nice, if very old, KOA. The narrow roads are very rough because of the old trees' huge roots. That said, it was easy enough to get in and out of with a big rig. All the people in the office were very nice. They actually sent out warm cookies for us while we were setting up! Conveniently located off I-75 near Jackson, GA; about 20 minutes north of Macon. We were stranded with truck troubles and had to be towed in, otherwise we might never have found this little gem.

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We like coming back to this park, but it is not a destination location. It is hidden behind the Deerwood Inn and run by the same office. The staff is nice and the park is pretty much deserted except for one or two permanent residents. It is very convenient to I-10 (but no road noise) and 10 minutes fro "downtown" Madison.

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Huge, excellent park. Some roads a little narrow, but passable with a big rig. Staff is excellent. Brand new pools and play area. Very convenient to I-75 and US-41. I would have given it a 10 but it's pretty expensive: price reflects Monthly rate.

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This is mainly a MHP with a few sites attached to the back. If you have a big rig, Do Not expect to get in here without incident. We had to move several railroad ties quite a distance to get my 38' RV in the RV section. Took about an hour to park in the narrow spot. Most of the roads are very narrow. I imagine if you have a smaller rig, it's fine. Management is very nice, but Corporate pulls the strings, and doesn't spend any money. The people we met here are very nice. OK if you're looking for a place to stay while working. No amenities (pools, etc.). The new clubhouse is nice but very small. Water pressure comes and goes. We won't come back (assuming we can get OUT of here).

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This is a fine place. Pro: Easy in/out. Right off I-10. Con: Not very convenient to grocery or other shopping. Lady in the office nice. Price reflects NACC membership ($21/50 amp; $18/30 amp). We spent only one night but I wouldn't have a problem spending a couple more days here on the way "back". Not a destination campground, but a good place for us old folks to get off the road for a night or two.

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Nice place. Not much in the immediate vicinity, but the Caverns are right there. Office staff very polite and helpful; sites ez to park and hookups no problem. Cable works great and is included. I'm sorry we didn't spend more time there. Huge gift/souvenir shop. We'll be back.

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Wonderful people run this place -- available even if the office is closed. Place is very clean and well-kept. Very convenient (about 3 mi) to all kinds of shopping. Very peaceful on the lake; easy in and out with big rig. Can't wait to come back. Price represents weekly rate. If they had a hot tub, I'd give it a 10.

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Price reflects weekly rate. Owners/managers very hands-on. Good news is it's very nicely appointed and maintained, like somebody's aunt's place. Bad news is you feel like if you step out of line, you have to stand in a corner. We'll be back: the price is great and the people are less intimidating once you get to know them.

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A little tough getting help when we showed up, but great park host and office people. Sewer hookup was WAY behind the spaces; our neighbor had 4 hoses connected together! There are different sections with different amenities. One morning we woke up and the circus was in our front yard, and gone the next day. We would come back again.

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Nice park. Flat, easy, convenient. Nicely managed. Would come back.

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Nice location. Friendly and helpful management. Clean pools and laundry rooms. Easy to drive and pull-thru, albeit pretty "sardine". More of a place to park while you're enjoying Vegas than a destination spot in and of itself. For the price, I doubt it can be beat in this area.

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Very nicely laid out park. The manager is very friendly and helpful. Very good location. Ninety minutes from the Grand Canyon, and about an hour from Sedona. Walking distance from several shops, and about a mile from a mall. Several trees make parking a big rig interesting, but there's plenty of room. (We chose a back-in, even though pull-throughs were available.) We'll be back!

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Love this campground. Nicely appointed, run by friendly people, very easy to pull in and out of, and close enough to "civilization". A bit far (30 min) from Albuquerque proper, but right on the outskirts, only a mile and a half from I-40, and boasting beautiful views whenever you head into town. Pool not open until Memorial Day, but at least the sign says "seasonally". We'll probably be back -- everything in town is quite a bit more expensive.

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Right around the corner from the Cadillac Ranch, and close to Palo Duro Canyon, this jewel of a campground is easy to maneuver, easy to park, and easy to hook up in. Being a full-timer, we've seen over 100 parks. This is among the best. My only disappointment was that the pool and hot tub are not open until Memorial Day, even though it was in the 80s when we were there in April. We'll be back.