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We stayed here according to reading other reviews, we thought it was a little ways off the interstate (further than we thought). The sites were as stated: big pull-throughs! With tables, Wi-Fi, only about 4 TV channels, which was fine. Gravel roads/pads and we would think a little dirty and dusty during full season. We stayed just passing through, an overnight, and near the end of the season. It was OK, and if needed to stay in this area again would consider it. Quiet and dark at night, not near the highway.

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Private campground. Owner requires cash/check; no credit cards. Very friendly, accommodating, Wi-Fi was great (even though owner didn't think we'd be able to pull it in), antenna pulled in a few regular channels for the evening, enough for our watching. We stayed only one night as passing through. Grass, quiet and nice. We would definitely consider staying here again/ No highway noise.

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Eureka Springs - anybody that's been here or in the area before knows it is hilly! The RV park has levels and tiers (hilly), but each site is level. Some had little patios, and some were tiered, seemed a little tight but plenty of room for push-outs, table, fire rings. Escorted to our sight, and couldn't ask for friendlier staff, very nice. No Wi-Fi at site, but they have a 'hot spot' 24 hours a day and as much as you'd like to use in the game room. They have a pool (closed when we got there), and they've put work into this campground. They are busy busy with updating, but by no means is it run down! They have a grassed dog run, which was a plus for us with our pet as we had been traveling for awhile, and she needed exercise. Convenient to town, and a nice little popular restaurant with GREAT food just down the road within just a couple miles. Would stay here again if in the area without a doubt.

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Owner couldn't have been nicer. This was an RV park we found in passing, and stayed only for a couple nights. It was convenient, handy to stores, banks, and restaurant's. Even though close to the Interstate, surprising we didn't hear much noise at night. Appeared to be some full-timers staying or making their home here, but never bothered us at all. Free Wi-Fi, cable. Would stay here again if passing through or in the area. Convenient to on/off, fuel, and groceries.

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This is a 'Class A' RV Park - everything was immaculate, concrete slabs to park on, parking spaces so you didn't feel on top of one another. Grassed dog run. Views of the lake. Very neat, clean, friendly staff and just within blocks of residential, but didn't feel like it, and quiet/dark at night. Good Wi-Fi, cable, and close enough to town (Hot Springs) for shopping and activities. This would be our first choice if in the area again, and will be checking out some of their sister RV parks.

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First time to Memphis-we came especially for Elvis and Graceland. This IS the place! Honest southern hostility and so convenient to everything. This RV park is located behind the Heart Throb Hotel, so no street noise and quiet at night. You walk through the hotel's parking lot to Graceland, pay for your ticket, jump on a shuttle and you're dropped off at Elvis's home across the street! The late afternoon we checked in, they mentioned that there is a 'Marlow's BBQ' and they'd pick you for dinner and drop you off when done (no fee/just a tip) and what a way to start our vacation!! Pick up in a PINK CADILLAC LIMO, so fun. There is a shuttle too you can grab right in front of the Heart Throb Hotel (get pass in hotel at front desk) and you go down see Sun Studio and they shuttle you over to Beale Street and you can get leave when you want/next shuttle/they will give you location to walk to and times. DON'T miss this opportunity, it was GREAT not worrying about parking/wrong neighborhoods/a drink and then driving ~ ~ we would most definitely return here. It was a nice RV Park, security 24 hours, and friendly people. Free Wi-Fi and cable.

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We stayed here for just an overnight - they were full! It's a clean, friendly and convenient place to pull into. I agree with previous postings, it is near the highway, but you didn't really hear the noise. Dirt/gravel, a little dusty. Would consider staying and stopping here again. Others had mentioned camp get-togethers, nothing going on the evening we pulled in or mentioned. But very nice, and escorted to you site. Never used the restrooms/showers/baths but you could tell they must be nice, the people running the campground were neat as a pin and busy cleaning stuff. Free Wi-Fi, once hooked up, was good. Regular antenna, but no problems pulling in a few channels.

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It is a little ways from activities in Sheybogan and Kohler, which is what we were there for. But it was quiet, dark at night, and the hosts couldn't be any nicer! They escorted us to our site, helped with directional parking, had trimmed some trees to make sure we wouldn't scratch our new rig and in fact gave us 2 sites to use. Table provided, fire ring. Appears they have a number of seasonal residents and the campground is tiered. NO Wi-Fi, but she offered to come up to the office and use her hot spot. Security cameras and Lake Ellen is within walking distance, very pretty setting. For the price and friendliness we would definitely consider staying here again.

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We stayed here after Labor Day. Seemed to be a number of seasonal permanent people, but didn't bother us. It's the other side of the Peninsula, meaning less hectic and more quiet--we preferred that. You are only minutes away from villages and activity. I agree with some previous notes. They could put a little elbow grease and spiff it up a bit. Gravel roads/parking throughout the park, a little dusty at times. Each spot had a table and fire-ring provided. Wi-Fi was EXCELLENT! Pool closed when we were there, didn't use the shower/or baths so can't comment on that. Quiet and dark at night - a little ways out of the actual town. I would stay here again, after looking at some of the other RV parks. With all the "trees/branches" and size of our rig, this worked the best.

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Nice clean park - sites level, view was gorgeous overlooking lake and fields. Very nice people, escorted to our site (although we could see it) and really friendly. Picnic table at each site. I have to point out just two negative things that I would didn't care for - one, if you have a dog you pay $2.00 each; they seemed fine with it and nothing negative mentioned but the charge was just slipped in (to me, they are family); and second, the water wasn't the best! It was VERY well smelling and looking; it was rusty in the toilet bowls and sinks. We were glad this was the last stop coming home because we really rinsed all the lines & water heater. Now this might not bother others, but it would make me think again about staying here again, maybe I shouldn't have mentioned this, but want you know about this. It's too bad, because I 'remember' after the fact, it's NOT their fault, the whole area isn't in the best water table that we all take for granted. Otherwise, they've put a lot of work into the park, it's clean, nice and handy - quiet and pretty.

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I wanted to stay here because it's the FIRST and ORIGINAL KOA-where they started. It was nice, quiet and we were in one of the older sites I think. It was a little tight and cramped, we had curbs to deal with backing in and made it a little harder (but when I called, that is all they had available was back in) - so call ahead! It had a fire ring, permanent picnic table-stone, swing, flowers; cable & WiFi. It was a nice park and quiet enough although I could hear the refinery during the night. I would stay here again, but call ahead and ask for a pull through. Sites Level and they have nice grass throughout park, and they had some trees between sites to give privacy. I think a little expensive, but that's KOA! We stayed one night passing through.

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The park is lovely, it's built on a 'hill' so there are levels. There's grass, mature trees and we had one of the sites backing up to the river, it was beautiful looking out our window. One word of advise: read your reservation carefully. They say check in is 1pm - THEY MEAN IT! (I understand, if you call ahead it's not a problem, but we were met at 11:45a.m. and told we couldn't check in until 1pm and town has a nice place to wait). The first impression wasn't good, and rather curt ~ but then they warmed up and they're busy around their all the time! They take a lot of pride in the park and watch everything. Some of the sites were on gravel (not all concrete) but it was fine for us, and they escort you to your site and help you. We walked and looked through the park, we didn't have a use for the showers or the laundry but appeared just fine to us. And they have a Spa/Hot Tub. We would stay here again - very convenient to the town of Leavenworth and all the activity.

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Very nice park - as stated by other people - it's a Park! Lovely flowers all over, big pots of flowers (not in your way) and sites were all big and level. It was clean and spacious, friendly help when calling or checking in. Cable was good, WiFi was good, shaded spots many of them with mature trees. My husband said one of the restrooms was new and all ceramic (spotless) and the other one was a little older but just the same as spotless as could be! We would definitely stay here again, we were only passing through for one night., but would consider staying longer if in the area next time.

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I would highly recommend this park, and we would stay here again. Everything was 'clean,' and sites were really spacious, and each site had a permanent concrete fire ring and aluminum picnic table. There are 4 loops to the park . Had I known when looking ahead at the park, I would have looked more closely and figured to be in one of the back loops. The highway and train noise is plenty, and our first night we heard it all. After that it didn't seem to bother us. The cleanliness and location far out weigh any of the noise. All asphalt roads and loops through the park makes for nice clean stay. They had great WIFI, and Cable-TV reception was so-so. Beautiful, green, grassy park and well maintained, and there is a remote card for entry after park hours of 9:00 p.m. Managers on duty were all friendly. Definitely a 'gem' of a park to stay at.

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Super clean park, one of the nicest we've been in! All asphalt roads, and you park on a concrete slab finished off by asphalt. There is a picnic table at each site, and spacing is really nice between sites. It appeared to have some seasonal or summer residents. Everyone was friendly , and there were potted flowers hanging around through out the park. There are two 'ponds,' I would call them, but nicely lined with willow trees and very scenic. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. The owner/manager was very helpful and worked with us about a possible relocation (unexpected with truck problems) over a full busy holiday weekend. Very nice. Can't say enough for this park or the people. Good WIFI, good cable, quiet ,and dark at night!