OldeJohn

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Very good RV park with long sites and wide roads. All sites are concrete and the roads are paved. Utilities function correctly and there is daily trash pickup. Although the park is close to I435 and Worlds of Fun this clean park is not noisy. Only one problem, the cable TV was out during our four day stay. We would stay here again.

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This was our fifth stay at Bentsen Grove because of the spacious level sites, good facilities, park amenities including an indoor pool, and lots of activities and shows. Since our last stay however, there is a big problem: The new free WiFi does not work. For an extended stay, we need WiFi and currently Bentsen Grove does not have usable WiFi. This is our home, if the WiFi is fixed, when visiting the Rio Grand Valley.

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Very good KOA with exceptionally clean bathrooms and good functioning utilities. The campground has a nice layout and feels spacious. The WiFi works good. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Also, there is a nice fenced-in dog run. Some longhorn cattle and chickens add interest. Great place to stay in the Hill Country right on US 290 but far enough away to eliminate a road noise problem. We will stay here again.

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This is a large well maintained park with good utility service located along the river which is nice. There seems to be lots of activities available. Cable TV and WiFi are available but at an extra charge. The park's biggest negative is that the sites are very close.

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This KOA has an excellent friendly staff and very clean restrooms. The utilities function good with no problems. The WiFi is useable. The sites are close and could some additional gravel; ours was muddy after a rain/snow and we tracked mud into the unit. Also, there is a large number of permanent residents. Ok for overnight.

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This was our second stay at Rocker D because the park is well maintained, the restrooms are clean and the wifi service is satisfactory. All utilities function correctly. Rocker D is a good overnight park and we will stay here again when in the area.

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Cooper Creek is a well maintained older rustic campground with full hookups. The utilities function well, with good electric and water pressure. Restrooms and showers are very clean. The campsites are close but most are fairly level. The lake/river location is ideal for trout fishing and boating. The only negative is the Wi-Fi, which is completely useless. We will stay here again.

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Nicely maintained and scenic campground located on Sardis Lake. The camp sites do require some leveling. Restrooms are dated but clean. Potato Hills offers a very relaxing atmosphere with great views. The campground seems peaceful with your fellow campers relaxing or doing some serious fishing. Also, the park is close to other attractions including the Talimena Drive, one of Oklahoma's best road trips. We will return.

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This was our third stay at Miller Creek because it is a nice park with level sites, clean restrooms, friendly and caring staff and fenced pet area. The free WiFi works OK. The owners are super. Its location is great for visiting the Hill country and even Austin and San Antonio. We hope to stay longer next time.

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This was our fourth stay at Bentsen Grove because of the spacious level sites, good facilities, park amenities including an indoor pool, and lots of activities and shows. The winter Texans here are friendly and helpful; management tries to please. Our dogs give the new dog run a 10. The fee WiFi is iratic but usable. This is our home when visiting the RGV.

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South Forty is convent stop with spacious sites on the way to RGV or Corpus Christi; nothing fancy but OK. The restrooms are outside the campground and in back of the recreation hall - odd location. They are clean but not fancy with a home-made look. Utilities function correctly. There are quite a few long term residents. A small herd of longhorn cattle adds some interest.

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Sleepy Hollow is a good park for exploring the Badlands. This nice park has full hookups and is near Wall Drug (walking distance). All utilities function very well and the Wi-Fi is very good. The restrooms are clean. Our dogs give the park a 10 because it has a large fenced dog run. We would stay here again.

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Loved Custer State Park! Custer State park is beautiful, one of our countries finest. We stayed in the Blue Bell campground which like all others in the park has only electric hookups - no dump or water available. Our site was spacious and level although some sites were not level. The restrooms were the best on any state park we ever used very clean and modern. Blue Bell is a nice peaceful park with great caring hosts and a lovely setting. The park is reasonably close to the Black Hills major attractions. We are planning a trip back to Custer.

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Beautiful small state park with limited facilities. Water is available at only a few sites. The spacious grass camping sites are very well maintained and restrooms are clean. Electric hookups good. The park manager and ranger are great and make you feel welcome. They could not have been more helpful. A little out of the way but worth the drive. We will stay here again when in the area. Note: Budget cuts in Nebraska could close this park - hope not because it is a gem.

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Wow, what a nice park, clean spacious sites, green grass, and a flowing stream with ducks runs thru the park. All utilities function correctly and the restrooms are very clean. The friendly owners and a good restaurant - Sparky's - within walking distance makes Southside an ideal park for overnight or an extended stay. Fishing in the area is considered very good. The WWII collection adds more color and interest. We would definitely stay here again.