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We stayed here 2 nights en route to a longer stay in Florida. The resort has a scenic setting as it backs up to the bay. Sites are lengthy and interior roads are wide. Sites and surrounding borders are nicely landscaped. Access to the park is off Hwy 98 which is a very busy road, so turning in from the west could take awhile depending on traffic. Guests can use the pool and other services at the Ramada Inn across the highway. There is a pool on site but it is smaller and unheated. We would stay here again and camped here in a 42' motorhome.

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We stayed here one night while traveling on I-10. The park is about 3 miles north of I-10 on Hwy 27. Watch the entrance and exit signs as they are small. Our site was not level without using blocks under the front tires. The tow car had to be unhooked to get it properly parked for the space allowed. Sites were close together. Office staff was friendly. The park feels haphazard in its organization and there are many permanent residents. There are few choices of RV parks around Tallahassee so we made it work for one night.

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This is a spacious park with tall trees. It is directly off Hwy 17, but this is a very busy road (leads to Charleston) so turning into the park from the west can be a challenge. There are two restroom buildings, a pool close to the road, and a very nice large dog run. Our site was large enough but not level. We camped in a 42-foot motorhome and it took several adjustments to get leveled. There are numerous speed bumps on the main road into the park. Plentiful trash cans are located at the end of each camping road. Office staff was polite and helpful. Distance to downtown Charleston is about 10-12 miles. We would stay here again.

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This resort is conveniently located off I-95. Signage to the RV resort was helpful (blue signs with white lettering). Office staff was helpful. Utilities for site hookups were new and the park is nicely maintained. The only negative item is the width of all roads. They are paved but not wide enough for a big rig, especially with tow car attached, to turn into the assigned site without running over the grass. Any motorhome over 38' would be well-advised to unhook the tow car before going to the site. We camped here in a 42' motorhome, towing a Jeep.

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This KOA is east of Indianapolis just south of I-70. Road access to the campground is narrow and long leading to the office and the turn back to the sites for big rigs is very tight.

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We called in a same-day reservation while traveling through Ohio. We thought we would be placed in a back-in site (2nd choice) but when we arrived, they could move us to a pull-through so we didn't have to unhook our tow car. That was much appreciated. The staff was friendly and helpful with parking at site, getting back on highway and locating gas if needed. They have been a KOA for 4 years now and are making improvements to sites. Grounds are roomy. Office area is a little tight for pulling through and check-in.

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We stayed here 4 nights with a rally group of large motorhomes. This KOA has two large pavilions for groups, numerous camping cabins with a variety of amenities, a great indoor pool and spa, and a zipline setup for outdoors fans.

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This is a large resort with several areas for RVs, seasonal residents, and rally groups. A nice outdoor pool and spacious playground/park are present. Office staff was very helpful with area info and reservations.

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This park is easy to reach from I-90. There are many seasonal sites here. Our site was in front, with easy access to office, mini golf, and a terrific dog park. Office staff was very helpful and friendly. The park has both a fishing lake with new gazebo and a swimming lake.

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The park offers great viewing of the vessels that come through Sault Ste. Marie. The directions to get to the park were confusing in Woodall's but Google Maps worked well.

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The RV park is part of Country Village which includes a restaurant, brewery, motel, tanning center, movie theater, gift shop, and convenient off Hwy 28.

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Park is in the country north of Duluth off Hwy 53 but watch for their signs for the road turn and corner. Payment is cash only. Sites were level and long for a pull-through. Nice grounds with a small lake and pond. Hwy 53 south leads you right to town for visiting Duluth.

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We last stayed at Dakotah Meadows over 10 years ago and were pleased that the park has been kept up. Grounds are nicely landscaped; playground and walking trail are also available. Sites are side-by-side but we didn't have a problem with our site. Shuttle service is available to Mystic Lake Casino.

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The park is convenient to LaCrosse attractions and right off Highway 61/14. The sites were of sufficient length and well shaded by tall trees. Access to the Mississippi River west branch is on one side and local access on the other. A restaurant and bar are on site.

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We stayed one night in June, 2015. The resort was easy to locate from I-82 but road noise was not noticeable. All sites were paved with wide roads and new utilities. (I think the park has been there 2+ years). Each site was equipped with a picnic table that could be converted to bench seating. The office area was very nice with a quality gift section. Attached to the main building is a large rec/meeting room. The outdoor pool and spa were medium sized but very well-maintained. Grounds were landscaped and irrigated using conservation of water. An outdoor area by the pool was used for weekend movies and could host receptions. A frisbee golf area was on the far side of the 2nd restroom/exercise building. A very nice resort!