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Whomever designed campgrounds in NYS apparently never saw an RV or a campground. Stayed at 1000 Islands State Park on Wellesley Island the night before I stopped here for four days. The paved site at 1000 Island SP was tilted about 7 degrees. The one here was worse. 5 orange blocks under each front wheel didn't even move the bulls eye bubble (site 035). Did get to move to 029 the next day and lucked out. I think it is the only level site in the park. Site 035 not only was very unlevel, it was a mud hole. One orange block sunk below ground level. The shower houses were circa 1940, definitely in need of an update. That said, they were clean. Roads need a lot of work. Except for the main roads, they were either dirt, narrow and in need of repair with tight turns. Check-in staff was helpful. Other than that, the park is lovely. Treed and open spaces. A variety of options for W/E and basic sites.

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Sites are close together, but still room for slides, etc. Lots of security. WiFi is the best I've ever encountered. Site was level and it was quiet, except for the shopping plaza's Elvis music till about 10PM. Biggest gripe were the lights in the auto parking lot for the Elvis Plaza/ They were on all night and shone directly into the CG. Downtown Memphis is about 9 miles away, but an easy trip. If you are into Elvis, this is definitely the place. I would stay here again.

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Two things kept this great park from a 10. First, paying an entrance fee to access the campground is highway robbery and in that vein, no reentry lane. You wait while those ahead of you get their entrance passes. Second, the WiFi is horribly spotty. In fairness, I think the problem is too much streaming. Sometimes it connected immediately and other times it took 3-4 minutes to display a page. Beyond that, the CG is great. Wooded, good hookups, lakeside sites (mine was 340). They referred to them as trails, but loops works too. Roads in the trails need a lot of work and lastly, many of the sites are not level to the point of being totally unable to come close. Mine was OK, just one orange block to level, but some were 5-8 degrees off level. I would definitely stay here again in my motorhome.

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Stayed 3 nights. Sites have concrete pad w/picnic table and fire rings. Spots are a little tight with grass between. Layout is good with most sites pull-thru. Wi-Fi was spotty, although they have several antennae in the park. Looked more like too much streaming as opposed to weak signal. I'd have given it an 8 except for the racket at night. Must be a race track nearby because all evening there are what sounds like truck and motorcycle races. It does quiet down after 10PM, but until then it's loud.

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Lots of room. Sites are well spaced. Lots of trees. The park really is a park. Two major loops each with an outer and inner loops. All the usual amenities were there and the store was well stocked. Staff was helpful. A note" check in is in the CG store. There are no markings to that effect and could cause some confusion. The one negative is that the CG has rolling grounds and there was no consideration given to that when they were blacktopping the sites. I'd have gone forr a 9 rating otherwise The result is that none is level. One great feature is the complimentary transportation to and from the Horse Park. I'd stay here again.

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Relatively small park with small spaces between spots. To their advantage, they do get some privacy because the roads are slightly offset allowing one vehicle to be slightly ahead of he one in the next spot. Office is pretty well stocked and help is plentiful. WiFi worked well. Cable has a lot of channels. Convenient to Louisville but construction on I-65 makes it tough to get to (use Exit 1, then stay left). Sites are blacktop. Biggest complaint is the excessive lighting at night. To the good, many trees for partial shade. If returning, I'd stay here again just because of the limited CG's in the area.

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First of all, the park owners took over just one week ago. For all the hills, the sites are pretty level, gravel, and wide enough for slides and awnings. The entire park is shaded. Access to the main street and all the doings is a short walk. W-iFi is strong and fast. Cable at my site was a little weak, but the new owners know about it and are taking steps to fix it as I write this. New owners have gone out of their way to make us comfortable. Best in town!

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Don't know where those who complained about tight spots were, but I was in A17, had plenty of room and a fair distance between sites. I will agree with the TV complaints. Had to re-scan each time I started the TV. Office explained that if my TV was older than 3 years, which it is, the TV technology was behind theirs. The shuttle is extremely handy, the Wi-Fi was excellent. Grounds are a dirt/gravel mixture, but the AM after an overnight thunderstorm didn't leave any residual water or mud. Overall, I definitely would stay here again.

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I don't know why I am doing this review. My thoughts echo all the previous reviewers. Good Wi-Fi, level spots fantastic views, etc. What set this place for me is the help I got from the office in establishing places to see on my visit to Taos and also where to stay and what to do when I went on to my next stop in Santa Fe. I'd recommend this park and would definitely stay here again.

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What a hidden gem. Going into an out of Moab, I saw several RV parks and they were all with very tight spots and on the highway. This one is off the highway but only a mile's drive off US191 about 5 miles from downtown. Staff is knowledgeable and helpful. Sites are wide, with 15' of green space between them and level to 1/2 bubble. WiFi worked fine at site 12, no slower than all other parks. There is some shaded spots and they have planted more trees. It's handy to everywhere so I don't know why anyone would accept a jammed in, tight spot when this place tops them all. I am here for a week in a motorhome on the PPA rate.

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Stayed here two nights. Hot, but this is Oklahoma. Roads are dust-free gravel, sites are pretty level and extremely wide. So is the space between sights. Best I've ever seen. Everyone else mentioned the movie screen, so I'll pass on that. Wi-Fi is very strong.

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Beautiful views. Up on a hill overlooking farms. Level sites. WiFi worked very well. Didn't use the bathrooms, but looked and they were spotless. Easy on and off the highway. I'd guess if you are doing Dubuque, it's the best CG around and only a 10 minute drive to Dubuque.

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Rate reflects weekly rate. I'm in my 2nd of seven days here and so far so good. All roadways are newly laid gravel - smooth and even and wide. My sight is all grass (as all are) and very solid level and wide. I say solid because it has rained since I arrived and there are no puddles. Wi-Fi is strong. Staff is helpful.

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Things aren't as pleasant as they were when I stayed here in 2007. Roads need more gravel. It rained and lots of standing water on roadways and in gravelled sites. Wi-Fi worked well most of the time. Seemed to slow down during "rush" hour. Shopping is close with Fred Meyers and Safeway less than 1/2 mile away. The biggest complaint for the four days that I was there is one I have at many CG's. With only a third of the park occupied, why do they have to stack everyone side by side on one or two rows? All said and done, it is still the best CG in the Fairbanks area. I could probably stay here again.

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Everything that the previous reviewer said is spot on so I won't bore you with the same information. I will add however that the Wi-Fi is the best I have seen in Alaska. On my last visit to this area, I stayed at the RV park in the commercial area. I may have been convenient, but can't hold a candle to this RV Park. I would definitely stay here again