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The state park is lovely with large RV sites that are mostly level; we only needed to do minor leveling. Our first site #21 in Loop F had no water so we had to unhook and go back to the ranger station to switch sites. We chose #32 and were very pleased. We chose this campground in the park because it advertised a playground but there was none there. We had our 4 year old grandson and a playground would have been nice. Before leaving the state park, we did visit another campground to be sure they had their advertised playground. The bath house in Loop F was horrible. The toilet area was OK but the showers were dirty and looked like they had not been cleaned in weeks. One stall had a plastic shower curtain that had a lot of dirt and black marks (not mold) on it. They could also be updated but cleaning would make them look so much better.

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We stayed for two nights because it was close to Fort Frederick, Maryland, which is why we were in the area. Easy on/off from I-81. We were given site #47, which does not get Internet service at all. This may be due to the self-storage building between us and the office. We were in a different location than most of the campsites and it is really just a gravel parking lot. Our site did not have a fire barrel but since we were in a parking lot atmosphere, I did not want to sit outside. The staff were excellent and they loaned us a Comcast box, which is the only way you can use their cable hookup. It appears that many of the campers live here permanently but that was not a problem. My husband used the restroom and said it was clean and looked updated. A word to the wise - there is no Verizon cell service in this whole area. AT&T does work but that didn't help us. Not the campground's fault but something to consider if wanting to stay here. I would not stay here again. I thought the price was too high for what we got. We paid the same as those down below who did receive Internet service.

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This was our third stay at this park and it will not be our last. We just love this park for the friendly staff and closeness to Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown. Because the campground is on a bus line, we do not need to bring a car, which saves us money. The bus is very safe and reliable. It is next to the railroad tracks but we have camped across the U.S. and this is the case with many campgrounds. After the second train, we barely notice them. The road in front is quite busy during the day but quiets down at night and we have not noticed much truck traffic, mostly cars. Our sites have always been fairly level with little adjustment on our part. We will definitely stay here again and again.

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Nice waterfront park along the Mississippi. The roads are gravel with most of the sites paved and level. Only 9 cable channels but we usually don't have time to watch much TV when we are only stopping for the night. The bathrooms have shower, toilet, and sink all in one room.

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The sites are small and close together but not a problem for us since our motorhome is only 25 feet long with no slideouts. This is our third time here and all have been good experiences. The park is busy most of the year but there was still space with no reservations. Check in was quick but the staff person didn't seem to like her job. What a shame since she is in customer service. We got more channels over the air than with their cable. The two shuttle services to downtown is wonderful and very reliable. $10 roundtrip per person is a bargain.

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There are a total of 32 sites in this National Park Service free campground. The sites are large and there is plenty of space between sites. For October, the campground filled up by mid afternoon.

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This is a free campground run by the National Park Service. If you like nature, you will love it here as it is a park-like setting. The sites are oddly arranged but numbered. It took one drive through to figure the layout out. We got 10 TV channels over the air. There were some big black bugs but we arrived late and didn't want to sit outside anyway. There are a total of 18 sites.

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Escorted to site, which was nice. Easy and friendly check-in; the staff is wonderful. Lots of construction in the area as the city is growing very fast. Sites are concrete pads with a brick patio. Some full-timers here but their sites are well maintained. The fixtures and floor in the bathroom was clean but the stall walls need a good wipe down. There is also a strong chemical smell. WIFI is not free, which is ridiculous in this day and age. We did not get it because we didn't know how well it would work. We used the bus to get downtown, which is 16 miles away.

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Roads are paved; sites are gravel but level. Lots of permanent residents with doghouses, dogs tied outside, and junk around their units. Overnight campers are in a separate area. There are no shade trees but this wasn't an issue for us because of the time of year. WIFI doesn't work for long. My husband said the men's room was awful. Everything is old and dilapidated. Some serious potholes to maneuver around. The office lady was the only plus - she was very nice. As an overnight stay this is OK but I would not stay more than one night.

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Like others have said, don't judge a book by its cover. I was a little skeptical when I saw the sites. It looks like a gravel parking lot but the sites were fairly level. There is not much space between units and one unit opens to the one next to them. Our neighbors were very nice and we enjoyed talking with them. It is right on the edge of town and we walked to restaurants, stores, and the museums. Again, the bathhouse and laundry doesn't look like much but they were clean. I didn't use them but I try to check them out anyway. The WIFI worked great for us and there is a grill at each site (a nice touch). We did self check-in and then tracked down the owner/manager, who was very nice.

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Roads and sites were gravel but fairly level. The owner was very nice and suggested a different route when we left in the morning due to heavy trucks chewing up the road. There are quite a few permanent residents with dogs and dog houses but they were no problem. There is road noise during the day but it gets quiet at night. Be prepared for the manure smell - you are in the country.

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We stayed here for two nights so we could ride the steam engine from Antonito to Chama, NM. The sites and roads are gravel but the sites are level. We had good internet but NO phone service or TV in this area. We needed to call home due to an emergency and the owners were very nice in allowing us to use their business phone.

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This is a very nice campground with many permanent cabins. The sites are privately owned and rented out by owners through the management company. The fee split seems to be 60% to owners and 40% to the management company. That may account for the high price, plus there may not be any other campgrounds nearby. We were next to the last spot on our row and it is a hike to get back to the office or out to the street to catch the free bus to Frisco and Breckenridge. Lots of dogs, so lots of barking! Owners were present but when one dog sees another, they bark. We received one key to get into the clubhouse to use laundry facilities, pool, and bathrooms. My husband couldn't believe there was only one toilet in the men's bathroom for a campground this size. The whole clubhouse reeks of chlorine, which was nauseating as I waited for our laundry to be finished. The trash and recycling bins were almost impossible to find as they were hidden so well. One would think with a campground this size and the fees they charge, they would pick up the trash. The WIFI was spotty - don't count on using it.

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The bathhouse is old and dated but it has a fresh coat of paint and was clean. The WIFI was very good but there were not many campers in the park when we were there for 2 nights. 24 TV channels.

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We pulled in on a Saturday night without reservations as did another camper. It was just an overnight stay for us as we were heading west. The park was full but there were two no-shows. The camp hosts/staff called the two individuals and they released their site. This is a very nice park with lots of space that seems to be a favorite spot for locals.