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The rate reflects the Thousand Trails club price, $3 daily fee plus $3 per day for 50 amp. Not all TT parks charge the 50 amp fee, so it frustrates me when we do have to pay. Typical TT park that is way off of the beaten path and I hate the narrow winding roads we travel to get to nearly every park. We did have a nice, level, and shady site fairly close to the swimming pool. They re-opened the adult swimming pool and it was nice, but the people were not. Loud, obnoxious, rude people in the pool so we did not stay. That is not the fault of the park, just our luck for the day. Plenty of space to ride bikes, walk, jog, and enjoy the lake. Seemed to have lots of activities for people of all ages. If I was in the area, I would return.

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The only reasons I can't rate this place a 10 is due to a lack of a swimming pool, spas, and other amenities. Other than that, this is a wonderful place with great owners. The park is super clean, gravel roads, long level pull through sites that will handle the biggest rigs. Fairly east access off of I-85/40. If you are passing through, this place is worth your stop. Yes, we would stay here again for sure!

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First of all the roads to get there are a challenge with a bigger rig. Lots of hilly, narrow, and winding roads. Like many Thousand Trails parks they are not easy to get to. Once again, you arrive and hope for good luck finding a site since nothing is guaranteed. You may have a 40' rig and all that's left is a 30' site and that's just your tough luck. The office staff was very friendly. We start through the park looking for a site and within a short distance come up on huge steep grade hills. We unhooked our tow vehicle just because I have never had to climb such a hill with our RV and had no idea what to expect. But, I will say I had no problem going up, but all the interior roads are terrible, lots of pot holes. We found a pull through site that was just okay but it was level. 30 amps only through out the park so you better hope it is not too hot outside. Our picnic table was rotted and warped wood and the concrete patio was broken and cracked all over. Electricity seemed weak, but I did not test it. They have a lake and beach area, but they were out of kayaks or canoes the day day we wanted to rent one. We left early as there was nothing about this place that was fun for us. We did meet the new manager that just arrived, and after speaking with him felt comfortable that he was going to do all he could to improve this park. I would not return to this place.

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This was a 2 week stay through our Thousand Trails membership. First, the bad. I will never like the idea of not being guaranteed a site that you fit in. I hate the idea of arriving and hope you get lucky finding your own site and then telling them where you are. The gate person was not the most cheerful, it's just hurry , get out of the gate, find a site, and then let us know. We had no interaction with any other office staff. Luckily there was one site in loop H and we got it. It was a back-in site, nice and level, full hookups. The water faucet leaked terribly and when I told a workamper he said he would pass it on to maintenance. Now the good. The park was very pretty, and they really worked hard to keep the grass mowed, the pool area clean, and landscaping up. We had nice views of the hill sides, pool, and small lake from our site. The employees we saw at the pool were very friendly and worked with the kids for activities. The other Thousand Trail parks should model them selves after this park. We would stay here again for sure.

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Our price was through RV On the Go we got through Thousand Trails, it was $20 plus $4 resort fee which I think is stupid. Very friendly and easy check in. Gravel roads that are nice and wide so we had no problems with our 40' motorhome with tow vehicle. The sites are gravel and nice and level. Beautiful view of the water, good cable tv but wifi was an additional charge. We could get the Google News home page and GMail for free, but any other page required the password. Nice swimming pool.

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Very friendly and easy check in, nice wide but gravel roads, mostly grass sites that are level and wide. The pool and office area are very nice. If they had more landscaping between the sites and sewer hookups my rating would be higher. For a few days stay this is a great place to park. We would stay here again for sure.

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Nice park with level concrete pads, nice roads, friendly staff, good wifi, and cablevision. Can't give it a 10 since there is no swimming pool, hot tub, or even picnic tables. Picnic tables would be a big plus! Good location for visiting the area, we will stay here again.

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We stayed for 2 months at $575 per month on site 5. Very nice place with concrete level sites with patios and picnic tables. Nice infinity pool, but the weather was not good for swimming. Nice view of the Gulf from our site. We ended up with a bad neighbor but that was not the park's fault. Great location on Seawall Blvd with plenty to see and do.

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Rate is from the weekly rate of $127.50. Big park with gravel roads and grass/dirt sites. Our first site, #53, was not level or big rig friendly so we asked to move. They then gave us #51 which worked fine. Nice pools and club house, rest rooms were nice. It was a busy park with lots of kids. Lots to do in the area so we would stay there again.

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Nice clean park with paved roads and sites. Wi-fi was spotty, cable tv was very good, utilities worked fine. Nice club house with pool tables tv, books etc. It's in a great location for visiting the Lawton and Wichita Mountains area. Close to casinos, restaurants, and shopping. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. Probably the best park in the area. We will stay there again for sure.

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Rate reflects a discount Passport America rate. Friendly lady checked us in, went quick and smooth. Nice paved roads, long pull-through paved site, full hookups. She even escorted us to our site. The park was nice and clean, grass was cut, bathroom was clean. We were there for only one night, so we don't know what is in the area to do, but we would stay there again for sure when in the area.

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As a first time guest our night was free, thank you Winstar. The park is very nice with smooth paved roads, long level paved pads, and the landscaping was immaculate. All the sites were cut and manicured. Check-in was smooth and quick with friendly staff. Shuttle takes you to the beautiful casino that has 13 restaurants. The only problem I had was with the bathrooms. The building exterior is very nice, but the inside could not be more bland or boring. No decorations at all, plain concrete floors and walls that need painting. We will stay here again.

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We stayed at the weekly rate. The Louisiana taxes are high. They added over $30 in tax to our stay! Lodging tax, hospital/school board tax, and then state tax. Overall, this is a pretty good park at a nice location. Gravel roads which were okay, the grass was in need of cutting, the weeds and grass at the playground were terrible. Bathrooms were nice and clean and the staff was very nice.There is no exercise room as advertised. If you are in the area, this is a fine place to stay.

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We were in site 109. It's a level, concrete site with water and electric only. No sewer, wi-fi, or cable TV. Good TV reception over the air though. The RV park is just a parking lot, and they let trucks park there for free. So there was plenty of truck engine noise at night. Construction is going on, and it started up early in the morning. It's just a place to park, and for $40, it's not worth it. We will not go back again.

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Friendly staff, but that is the only positive about this place. It's not terrible, but it's mostly gravel, and they have not done much to make the place look nice. Dirty bathrooms; there were three different rooms, and only one had toilet paper, and it was just barely enough. It's just a "trailer park" if you need a place to park for the night. Quite a few long time residents with the typical stuff piled around their sites. We would not camp here again unless emergency .