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Twin Lakes Camp Resort is on the smallish side but it is nestled among pine trees where each RV site has a view of either Holly or King Lake. Construction of new RV, tent and tree house sites are underway. When entering the park use caution and creep forward as there is large diagonally oriented speed bump which will cause your vehicle to rock side to side, the longer the wheelbase the more prominent the rock. Each pull thru or back-in site is full hook up with 50/30/20-amp w/breakers, water, at least one sewer hookup and cable TV. The cable TV is a mix of analog and digital and is weak at some sites. We used a cable TV amplifier to get a viewable picture. Sites where rooftop satellite dishes can see the sky are few in number but portable dish users may have an easier time. We were able to use our DISH service but only for standard def programming. The wifi works well and we had 3 out of 5 bars on our Verizon devices. Staff is friendly and helpful. And this park is very quiet and dark at night...star gazing is amazing. No swimming in the lakes but you can rent a boat or launch your own or fish from the shore or docks. All sites have at least some shade during the day. There are showers and a pool which we did not use. We will definitely stay here again.

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The Live Oak Landing RV Park is located about 5-miles south of Freeport, FL. From US331 turn east on County Road 3280 (some maps show this as CR394 but the signage will show CR3280). About a mile later turn south (right) on McDaniels Fish Camp Road. There will be a gas station on your right at the turn along with a large sign pointing to the park. The Fish Camp Road will dead end at the park entrance. Turn left at the STOP SIGN to enter the park and to be on the right interior road for the office which is located in the middle of the park. This is a beautiful and beautifully maintained park with a mix of Live Oak, Hickory and Pine trees. Staff is very friendly and helpful. There are 101 full hook up, 50/30/20-amp/WifI/Cable TV level concrete pads with gravel approaches each with a picnic table, grill and fire ring. The sites are a mix of back-in, pull-thrus and park models. Spacing is very good. Pets are permitted and one of the largest dog parks I've ever seen at an RV park...roughly 35' x 300'. There is a boat launch and boat rental. Good, paved interior roads easy to navigate for even the largest rigs. Virtually all sites have at least some shade during part of the day. Most sites are satellite friendly although it will be easier for those with portable dishes. We were able to lock onto the DISH network satellites with our rooftop antenna with no trouble. The cable system is OK and we did not try OTA reception. The park wifi is adequate for light surfing and e-mail and we were averaging 2-bars out of 5 on our Verizon devices. Road noise is non-existent. There is a nice "rec hall" with a TV, chairs, tables and a few take one/leave one books and a large communal kitchen. There is a nice covered but unheated pool. If I HAVE to find something wrong it would be the laundry facilities. Just two front loading washers ($1.50) and driers ($1.50, 45-mins) and frankly the washers don't do a very good job. We will definitely be back again.

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The Rambler's Rest RV Resort is located about 4-miles south of I-75, at exit 191 (River Road) on I-75. The park entrance will be on the east side of River Road (left turn if coming from I-75). The entrance comes up on you fairly fast. Our GPS took us right to the gate. After turning into the entrance immediately veer to your right into a large parking lot used for registration. The office is located on the other side of the main road across from the registration lot. Rambler's Rest is part of the Encore/Thousand Trails chain. In general, the resort looks good and seems genuinely cared for but some of the seasonal sites look run-down. I didn't see any concrete pads and our site (W-138) was mostly grass over a small patch of old gravel with full hookups. The park does not offer cable TV but we were able to bring in some local over-the-air channels. If you want to use your satellite dish ask for a spot in the "newer" W-section. Most of those sites will have a clear view of the sky for either roof mounted or portable dishes. The trade off will be little shade. And it gets hot in September. The park is pet friendly and the roads are easily navigable even for big rigs like ours. I had to laugh when I tried the WiFi it offered us complimentary 10-minutes of use before asking us to pay. We opted to use our Verizon hotspot instead. River Road can be busy but we heard absolutely no road noise, just the occasional airplane going over. Site spacing is about average, maybe a bit above. But beware if it rains hard as the ground will become saturated fairly easily. Jack pads are a must. This was our first time at Rambler's Rest and as we were visiting family during the day we didn't have an opportunity to check out the amenities at the resort. We may stay here again.

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Located about 4-miles west of Ozark, AL on US 231, the Ozark/Ft. Rucker KOA is a very nice looking and well cared for park. It is a mix of travelers and seasonal campers. As far as I could determine all campsites are full hookups including cable and WiFi. Sites are solid surface and range from no shade to some shade to full shade but most of the traveler sites are no-shade to some shade. The check-in staff was very friendly and about the only negative I had was regarding getting a space that was satellite friendly. We called ahead to check availability and were assured that we should have no trouble "seeing" the sky. After being escorted to our site it did appear that might be the case but we ultimately could not lock onto the satellites. We use DISH and have an automatic satellite dish on the roof of the motor home. If we had a portable antenna I'm confident we could've acquired at least one satellite. The cable system is adequate with the usual mix of channels but we found the picture itself a bit fuzzy. Over-the-air reception was spotty but we have a King Jack OTA antenna that cannot be raised. The wifi was OK but we opted to use our Verizon hotspot instead. The interior roads are a bit narrow but we're roughly 60' long with the toad and navigated them easily. The park is pet friendly and provides a very nice, fenced dog run. Road noise is minimal to non-existent. We've stayed here many times over the years and will absolutely stay here again.

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This park is less than a mile off exit 423 on I-75 but the park is very quiet. It's a mix of travelers and seasonal/full time residents. The travelers are placed on very long, full hookup, level grass pull-thrus. We're nearly 60' long and there was plenty of room behind us but take note that if need be that empty space we had could be used as a back-in for another RV. Otherwise the empty space provides for a nice buffer between RVs. The only argument I have with the sites is the electrical post itself. There is no circuit breaker on the post so if you pop the circuit you need to go to the office to have it reset. The office staff is very friendly and accommodating and the park is pet friendly. The interior roads are narrow but we had no problems navigating them. I'd say that most of the sites towards the back of the office are satellite friendly and 100% of the sites used for travelers (49-59) are satellite friendly. We are DISH users with our dish on top of the motor home and had no trouble locking onto the satellites. The WiFi is strong but requires no password so we opted for our Verizon hotspot instead. We stayed here twice, once on the way down to south Florida (site 113) and again on our way back (site 57). This is a very convenient, clean and quiet park for overnights or even longer. We would absolutely stay here again.

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Located at the end of exit ramp 354, the Northgate RV Travel Park is a no-frills (except WiFi...more on that later) overnight or short stay park. All sites are FHU pull-thru at least 100' long. Pedestals have both 30 and 50-amp (didn't look for 20-amp) but are pretty low to the ground. Excellent water pressure (owner said 70-psi but I measure 60-psi); pressure regulators recommended. No RV shade to speak of but there are some trees and bushes. Park is well kept, clean and very quiet. The only 'extra' is WiFi which has a strong signal throughout the park but uses WEP security which is very easy to hack so we used our Verizon hot spot (5-bars inside the park). All sites are $30 per night, cash is preferred but checks are accepted. Owner is very friendly and helpful but if you arrive before or after the small office is closed be sure you self-register and pay before choosing a site and setting up else you risk a late night or early morning knock on the door. This is a very nice park for overnights or short stays. It's sits adjacent to a farmer's field. We've been here twice now and will definitely stay here again. We gave it a '10' rating and while it has no pool, clubhouse, store, hayrides, showers, laundry, etc...it's near-perfect in our eyes. Just upgrade the Wifi security to at least WPA and it would be perfect!

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This was our second stay at Duck Creek and this time the park was nearly full. Paducah was hosting a bar-b-q festival on the riverfront in a few days and the park was filling up ahead of that. Exterior signage was good, interior roads were fine and the store/office is easily accessed. Mostly pull-thrus but some back-ins, some spaces with shade , others out in the open. Sites are a bit close but there was adequate room for our triple slide MH. We were in FHU site 4 (pull thru). Our pedestal had both a 30/50 amp connection (didn't look for a 20-amp connection) and good water pressure. We also had a cable hookup which we did use as we couldn't get a clear enough shot of the sky for our satellite (DISH). About 20-cable channels, usual mix, and OTA signals are good for southern Illinois and Paducah. I think we had all 4-networks between cable and OTA. Didn't use the restrooms or showers so no intel on them but if they're like the rest of the park they should be fine. There is a nice, enclosed dog run towards the back of the park. And you'll get your very own little plastic duck on check-in! Some road noise from the adjacent road but it was very minimal overnight. Traffic picked up for the morning rush. We will absolutely stay here again.

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This is a very small park just off US maybe 10-miles south of downtown Effingham. Signage into the park is OK but it helped to have the GPS warning me. Interior signage about where to stop to register is lacking. When you enter stop near the cafe. There are maybe 12-15 sites (I didn't count them), several of which seem to be more or less permanent residents. There are 3 or 4 v-e-r-y long FHU pull-thrus each with both 30 and 50-amp power. There is no office to speak of but the campground owner can be found near the adjacent café. If she is not around look for the host at the first site. No paperwork to fill out, no discounts, no credit cards...not sure about checks as we just paid cash. The owner and the host couldn't have been more nice and accommodating if they had tried. This park is very quiet and peaceful. Road noise from US45 is minimal. There is a small playground for kids but that's it for recreation except for watching the medical rescue copter and the occasional small plane take off and land. Satellite reception is iffy but OTA reception was OK. We were in space #4 and were able to lock in on the DISH birds by pulling nearly all the way forward but that meant digging out my extra 25-feet of 50-amp cable. So if you want satellite and you want sun pull forward, if you want shade stay towards the back. The pull-thrus are oriented E-W with our windshield facing east. Didn't hook up to water or sewer but I would've needed my extra water and sewer hoses for that as well. Park is very good for overnight or even a longer stay. I can see us staying here for a few days for a very quiet, relaxing stay. We will absolutely stay here again.

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This park has two sections...north and south. The north half are shorter and are shaded. The south half sites are 70' long with no shade. Not surprisingly the longer sites are more expensive. In my opinion the park is way over priced. The washing machines in the laundry are $3.00! All sites are asphalt, full hookup (20/30 amp, good water pressure, dump and cable TV) with gravel "patios". So the park is essentially a large asphalt parking lot sub-divided into RV sites. Our site was $59 but Good Sam brought it down to $53. The only nearby attraction is the casino. Given all that the park is waaaay over-priced. But the interior roads are easily navigated by any rig and the staff is excellent. There is 24-hr security which doubles as a courtesy transport to the casino. We're up late and I didn't see security patrolling that night but did see them several times the next morning. This park is probably the best, close-in park for seeing St. Louis. There is a commuter train station nearby which will take you into the city. Satellite users will have no problems in the southern portion of the park and I doubt the small trees in the northern half will pose a problem. NOTE: In the southern lot all of the hookups are at the end of the site. If you're in a MH and towing and NOT planning to unhook your toad you'll have a long run to the posts and sewer. GETTING to the park is a mixed bag. We approached from NB I-55. Directions were to take 4th street exit...which we never saw. It may be there but we didn't see it. We went up a few exits and turned around. Running SB on I-55 was much easier. Take exit 2A and follow published directions and Casino Queen signs. NOTE: You'll go through two underpasses with no height markings. We're 12'6 in our MH and had no problems. Turn at the RV Park Mini Mart sign. Bottom line...if you want to see the sights in St. Louis AND be close to the city then this is the park to use. We would stay here again.

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Before I start the review please note: There is a major road construction in progress in the area. DO NOT FOLLOW OR RELY ON YOUR GPS! What follows are the correct directions to the park as of Sunday, May 14, 2016: From EB or WB I-70 take exit 11 which is State Rt 46. Go SOUTH on SR 46 for 1.1-miles (as measured with my odometer). Turn left. This is Tucker Road although it is NOT marked as such. You will see orange road construction signs that have KOA and directional arrows on them. Tucker Road looks like a frontage road to SR 46. You will now be going back north on Tucker. After about 1/2 mile you'll come to a stop sign. This is Moyer Road. You should see another small sign pointing straight ahead to the KOA. Keep going straight on Tucker. After another 1/2 mile you'll enter a curve to the right and see an Indiana DOT facility on your right. Keep going straight..no turns. When you pass the DOT yard you're now on Sony Drive (again, no street signs). The KOA is at the end of Sony Drive. Remember, no turns....keep going straight. If you make a reservation the KOA staff will email directions to you. As I noted the directions I provided are accurate as of 5/15/16 and it didn't look to me like the project was moving forward with any kind of speed. KOA staff mentioned that the entire project was due to be complete 4-YEARS AGO! As for the park itself...very nice. Mostly shaded (satellite users will have difficulty getting a signal. We were in site 2 and were able to lock onto 2 of 3 satellites. Level gravel pads with grass "patios". Interior roads are easily navigable in big rigs (we have 40' MH plus Jeep SUV...60' overall). Park is clean and laid out nicely. We checked in with Robin who was extremely helpful. Park has a small café with usual fare AND 24-flavors of soft serve ice cream. All sites are 30/50-amp, good water pressure and cable TV at most sites. Small dog run. We would stay here again.

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Rate is based on the weekly rate plus extra for our pet. This is a nice, clean park about 4-mi south of 'The Strip' right off I-15 at Windmill Drive. It's a big park with many different sections...some with grass, most without. The RV pad at our site was concrete with a gravel 'patio' and a steel picnic table. The sites are very close together, so much so that our awning was just a few inches from a Tiffin MH one night. Noise wise we were right next to I-15 and the flight path for McCarran airport. I'm a pilot and love airplanes so that was entertainment for me and after 30-years doing the RV thing the highway noise just didn't bother me. What would've bothered me is being parked next to the ever-changing electronic billboard..at night. The main building where you check-in is typical Vegas...lots of glass and very opulent. The staff upfront is a crapshoot in terms of friendly. The guy that checked us in either couldn't hear, didn't know the answers or chose to ignore many of our questions. The park has 24-hr security both at the entry gate and on golf cart patrol. I encountered many during my walks over the course of a week and only one returned my smile and 'Good Morning'. The fellow in the convenience store was very outgoing and helpful. Sites are level with good water pressure. WiFi mostly worked OK. Didn't use the cable as we have satellite. Satellite users will have a good view of the sky. There are several small laundries on site...5-washers/dryers per site. They're clean but there are not enough to service the entire park. This is probably why they're open 24/7. Pets are permitted in all but one section of the park but don't let your dog pee or poop on any of the grass or you'll face a fine and/or eviction. There are many dog runs in the park. All in all we'd likely come back to this park if we ever decided to stay in Vegas.

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Rate is based on the weekly rate of $250 plus tax plus $2 per day for dog. This is a very clean, very quiet and neat park about 4-miles north of the London Bridge on Arizona 95 (west side of road). There are 4-rows of sites...the 2-middle rows are pull thru and the others are back in. One row each of pull-thru and back-in face NE while the others face south and SW. The owners told us the pull thru's are 50' which seems about right as we had to disconnect as both the MH and Jeep would not fit on the pad. Even disconnected the Jeep would not fit on the pad. The pads are level and the site includes a picnic table, 30/50 electric, water and sewer. There may be a cable connection but as we have satellite I didn't check. We had a clear view of the sky for the sat. dish. There is a small pool, nice laundry room and a game/activity room. Owner's are friendly and there appears to be on-site security. About the only negative we have about this park is the spacing between sites...very close quarters. The RV is parked on a concrete pad and your toad/towed vehicle is parked on a gravel area between your pad and the pad next to you. The park was about half-empty when we arrived and despite a lot of empty sites new arrivals were parked around us rather than being spaced out throughout the park. All sites have a nice view of the mountains and some have a view of a portion of the lake. Despite the close quarters we would stay here again.

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The rate of $22 per day is based on the monthly rate we paid for 30-days between March 14-April 14, 2016. This is a huge "snowbird park" in Mesa and this was our 8th or 9th year staying in the park during spring training. The park is probably 50-50 between park models and wheeled RVs. Most of the sites are at least 40' long (gravel) with concrete patios. Toads and tow vehicles are parked on an adjacent patio extension. The vast majority of the sites are back-in with a small number of pull-thrus. Most of the pull-thru sites are asphalt with maybe half-a-dozen dirt. Each site is full hookup with 20/30/50 amp, water, sewer, cable and wifi. Electric is included in the daily/weekly rate and is metered with the monthly rate. The wifi is just ok due to the load. Satellite TV users will have a clear view of the sky. An RV may find itself parked next to another RV or a park model. Most of the sites are pretty close together although some are wider than they are deep (called 'casitas'). The park provides parking assistance due to the close quarters. The streets are paved and in good repair. The biggest rigs will have no problem navigating the turns. Each site has a mailbox and residents can have mail sent to their site. (the office says they will not accept or hold mail or packages). During our stay we had packages delivered by UPS and FedEx. Pets are permitted but only in some areas of the park although you can walk your dog anywhere in the park. There are about half a dozen pet exercise areas most of them small but there is a huge fenced pet area in the NW corner of the park. The park has multiple pools, shower houses and laundry facilities all of which are 1st class. There is a large rec area with pool tables, card rooms and all sorts of organized activities during snowbird season. The staff and most of the seasonal/year round residents are friendly and helpful. The park is located very close to all sorts of shopping and services.

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This park is a must stay for us during our annual spring trek from Chicago to Arizona. We usually stay here anywhere from a few days to a week. The park is on the Isleta Pueblo land adjacent to the New Mexico Rail Runner/AMTRAK lines. Trains come by occasionally. The Isleta casino, restaurants and hotel are about a mile south of the RV park. We have a 39' class A MH towing a Jeep Liberty and the sites are just long enough to accommodate both without having to disconnect. The hookups are towards the rear of the site making it a relatively long run for your cables and hoses. Even on an overnight stay we will usually disconnect the Jeep in order to keep the MH closer to the utility hookups. The park is 'gated' in the sense that there is 24-hr security at the park entrance. There are two very nice fishing lakes on the property but you must keep what you catch. A 1.5-mile walking/jogging road surrounds the small lakes. 30/50 amp electric/water/sewer/cable TV at each site and satellite users will have a clear shot at the sky. The water hookups are very low to the ground so plan to be on your knees to hook up. Staff is friendly. We will absolutely stay here again.

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This was our 3rd stay at this park. We usually stay overnite in OK City on the way out to Arizona in the spring and over the years we've stayed at just about every RV park in the city. We keep returning to Twin Fountains because it is quite simply the nicest park in the city. The park has two parts...east and west sides. The east side is newer and is mostly gravel sites whereas the west side has paved roads and sites. The east side is, generally, flat whereas the west side is hilly but the RV sites are level. Good water/electric/cable at the sites and satellite users will have a clear shot at the sky. The park has added an on-site hair salon and spa. The park is clean and adjacent to the interstate but we found it quiet. Staff is friendly and efficient. We will stay here again.