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Nice wooded campground. Good location for north Dallas and suburbs. Sites are wide and level, some not so deep. The trees overhead had not been trimmed from the winter damage so some sites were not available to us. The odd thing is that the sewer pipes are at the very back of the sites and are at a 45 degree angle. We have stayed here before and will again.

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Nice large park. Excellent location. Our site was not level but livable. The utility post was located in such a way that with my driver side LR slide out I could not open my vertical lift basement doors. The sewer pipe top was 8 inches above ground so dumping tanks was a challenge. We would stay again.

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Like all KOAs, This park was overpriced. This is a rustic campground with large and small sites. We had a pull-through that was wide and long and quite level. The amenities are good, the staff is very nice. We were led to our site. Tall trees and woodland grounds, no clear view of the southern sky. A little below average campground.

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Dumpy campground. Was worth just about what I paid. Wi-Fi not available at my rig. The road into the campground is difficult but passable for a big rig. Nice open field with baseball diamond, basketball court and volleyball court. The areas for the permanent or seasonal guests were trashy but not seen by the campground area. This campground is also under major earthwork renovation. Small lake with beach...I would not like to swim in it.

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Excellent park overall. Just two set backs. The showers, restrooms and pool are quite distance from the back campsites and the Wi-Fi didn't work.

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Four dump stations by road on the exiting side so it is hard to swing around to reach one when entering. We went down a grassy hill, over a culvert and up another grassy hill to reach a field where it was obvious it was not a one cow pasture. One of the men at the park said we were lucky not to be on the chicken side. Grass was not cut with only 30 amp back-ins against the trees. My spot twisted my coach in such a way that my slide wouldn't close until I moved the coach. There was another section that looked better but was not available.

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This place is a mess. The park was full. The owner doesn't know which sites have 50 amps or 30 amps. When we finally found a spot, a neighbor said that the load on the line would pop the circuits in our section. It did! We had to go through the trees to get to the site because he had parked others in the road somehow.

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OK park but needs work. New shower house. Water and electric are oddly set. I have a 40 ft. rig and power lines were just above my back end and the sewer was set behind me, up hill, so I could not use it and old telephone wires were above ground.

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Over Priced!!!! 50 amp sites were all taken by permanent residents. Our site was down front, long enough but dirt/mud. If you don't have children this is not the place for you.

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Camped with a tour company. Old campground and not built for big rigs although they will fit. Tight back-ins. Travel trailers and fifth wheels must be put into site by park tractor. If you are over 30 ft get park help to back your rig in and wait until you can get the help. Amenities are above average. Park had been updated, clean and well kept.

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Great little city campground in a very nice city park. On-site administration is a Park Host and payment is put in an envelope and dropped into a drop box. Clean, wide sites of back-ins, drive-ins, and pull-thrus.

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We camped with a tour company. Stayed 1 night and found it to be a nice campground. No problem for big rigs.

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We Camped with a tour company. Nice site, great view, excellent spaces. Satellite TV available. By the way, the shower floors are heated and the laundry facilities are industrial types.

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If you want to see wildlife, elk walk by your rig early in the morning and lay down in the low grass. Park is heavily wooded and the roads are marginal for big rigs. Sites are flat and well spaced. Remember, it is a National Park, no frills. We were here with a tour group so our fee was prepaid.

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We were here with an RV travel company. We made reservations to arrive 2 days early. We had to move to a new site 3 times, one each day, before we were finally set. They refuse to change anyone's site. Gravel tops in spaces are small but enough room between sites so that you can put out an awning. Campground has a back entrance that is used by locals to avoid traffic.