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Though now listed as a KOA, they continue to be an outstanding CG. Yes - rules etc but that is one of the items I like. Now as a KOA - prices are up and kids are showing up even without a pool. Will always continue to come back and enjoy the cycle riding and the view. Lower level great views, roads paved, wide spaces.

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Quiet park, small lake. New owners taking extra care. All sites have new tables/chairs. Lake sites all have a glider and a grill. Well shaded. Lot of space between sites. Gravel interior roads but not dusty. Really enjoyed and would certainly return.

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Easy access off I-65, long PT sites, table, plenty of space between. Some train noise - not certain if they will run all night. All gravel but does not appear dusty.

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County owned, gated in evening, sites shaded, paved sites, table. Sites are really spacious. Interior roads are extremely narrow but are sort of one way so not a real problem. Narrow roads make it a bit difficult to back into space and not drive on the grass and the trees could use a trimming. Real quiet during the week but understand busy on week-ends with locals. Downside - watch out for the rainy season since park will flood with almost two feet of water. Would clearly stay here again.

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Great place, fishing lake, swimming lake, pool. A lot of seasonal and construction workers but all was quiet. Owner runs a tight ship. Only downside - road is extremely dusty, especially in the overnight area since all traffic goes past these sites. Would and have returned over the years. Would give it a 10 with paved interior roads.

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Nice, quiet, paved, lot of space between coaches. All adults, few kids on bikes. And no smudge pots - great.

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We had two totally different experiences. During the week, CG is nice, quiet, great area and the historic village is a nice treat. BUT the week-end this turned into a bad state park. No apparent rules, multiple vehicles at sites, several tents on one site, kids racing through park on bikes, 6 to 15 people on a single site, drivers doing 25 - 30mph, and of course everyone with a smudge pot. On the plus side, even with all these issues, the park is still relatively quiet. Would only return during the week but never on a week-end.

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Easy access, barely any highway noise, 50 amp reliable, BIG pull-through sites, permanents nice and neat. Will clearly stay here again.

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Long uphill entry. Once in and past office the road is an absolute dust bowl. Sites are long and there is a lot of room between sites. However, the actual parking area is extremely narrow and not level side to side. Put pads down and jacks pushed them into the gravel/dirt, almost had wheels off ground, now sitting un-level. Wi-Fi seems good, cable a lot of channels but fuzzy. Not certain if we would stay again.

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Very poor access to office area but the CG is quite easy. Long, long pull-throughs. Good power and water. Roads fine. Some noise during day from scrap yard. Web site easy to use. Caution - I can't seem to get any antenna TV channels. TV world suggests there are no channels in the area. Real caution - regardless of Google, get off I-71 at MM 44 (NOT 43). The latter takes you on extremely narrow, drop off roads. But we would clearly stay here again.

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Great place. Had a lake site, nice view, 9-hole par 3 course, lots of hills. Some of the back-in sites on the hills may have a problem with dragging the back of the coach. All roads to the resort are twisty and narrow but it's the Ozarks. The last county road is a bit of a disaster but its only a mile long. Quiet, relaxing. Clearly would return.

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Easy access, had one of the 5 front pull-throughs, long, a tad narrow. Water pressure reasonable (after I removed the CG gauge), nicely treed, easy satellite, roads great shape. Clearly come back if in the area.

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I assume the facilities are good. What isn't good is the actual sites. They are extremely narrow and short; at 43' I don't fit. Had to park the toad in a visitor area. And there are so many long term - permanents or workers - with two and three vehicles per site it makes it almost impossible to maneuver. I had to back out of my pull-through site. Would never return.

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Tough one - 8.5 to 9.0. Sites are real long, access easy, really wide spaces, some trees. Great Wi-Fi. No cable and no pool, but so what. Clearly stay again.

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Wide roads, wide/long pull-through sites. Grass, trees, easy access, close to I-84. When the temp was 101 and trying to run 3 ACs while everyone else is running their ACs with only 111 on line 1 and 112 on line 2 is a problem. Power is weak for these hot days. Have to balance activities - not accustomed to doing so.