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Pleasant park with adequate space of longer rigs, slightly above average wifi, good water pressure and electric. Were there (5) days and would stay again if in the area. Lots to do/see in Boothbay and surrounding area.

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Office person, (older lady, onsite manager) was not very helpful. Had to ask about WiFi availability, over-the-air TV stations, site #. Was not escorted to site but should have been. Should have been advised to unhook towed as the roads/sites are not big rig friendly. Had to unhook car after we were halfway in and could not make a turn. Absolutely will not be back or recommend this place period. Worst KOA I've stayed at in a long time.

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Nice check in lady at the counter. Explained all the available amenities that the cg offered. Very nice area for an overnighter or more. And the Wi-Fi actually worked very well.

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Quick and efficient check in by friendly and helpful staff. Escorted to site by staff. Getting to the park is a little inconvenient due to construction but call the KOA office and they will give you instructions.

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Nice rv park approx. 3-4 miles west of I-29. Checkin was quick and hosts/owners escort you to the level gravel sites. Water pressure is average, wifi is better than average for your "Normal" surfing. Nice o smaller rally hall for 20-25 couples and an additional covered area next to the building. Quite a few different eating choices in town approx. 3 miles away. The town is home to the Arbor Day Tree Farm and has good hiking trails as does the Lewis & Clark Trails just east of the CG. Will stay again when in the area.

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We have been stopping at this CG, when traveling north/south on I-35 for several years. They have built a new office/check in building and have converted the previous building to a rally/meeting hall. They have a better than average rv parts selection and it appears that they also have built onsite facilities for rv repairs.

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Established older park that is on the east side-half way through Johnson City. 90+PSI water-above average wifi-close to restaurants-shopping. Would be an acceptable park for several day stay for exploring the Hill Country. Will stay again when in the area. Very courteous lady at the office check in who also escorted us to our site.

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New park that has been open since around Oct-2015. Owners and family are hands on-constantly working-a few permanents but very well organized-everything works very good-Rural area within (1) mile of Caldwell. A good variety of eating places-Walmart etc-Cannot find any negatives about this place.

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Older established park-gravel sites-good water pressure-wifi-quite country setting-about 10 +- miles south of Louisburg,Ks Would stay again if in the area.

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This was our first visit and to be honest it was somewhat of a disappointment and a little depressing. The check-in was acceptable and instructions on how to find our site were adequate. Most of the sites are gravel and have some shared utility hookups, which could be an issue. There is no Wi-Fi unless your site is right next to the check-in office. We walked around the park and noticed many of the homes there needed much maintenance. The office stated it was the owners' responsibility and not theirs. Something needs to be done as this is a definite negative for first time visitors. We most likely won't stay here again even though we are Escapees members.

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Spent 5 nights there and was overall impressed with the facilities. Check in folks were very helpful as was the person who escorted us to our site. Beach was a close walk from our site and very nice with warm waters and soothing waves. Utilities were very good and the Wi-Fi was one of the best I've seen. Will definitely be back.

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Were there for a Labor Day rally with a group of other rvers. Wifi was useless so fix it or take it out. Facilities were clean and utilities were good. Rally hall was adequate but had AC issues the entire time we were there. Entry into the park to the office was in terrible shape but the office is aware and supposedly working on correcting it.

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Fast check in by the owner. Sites were gravel but level. Utility connections were strong. As with most cg's, wifi was present but basically useless even for just light surfing. They have pizza and stuff available for delivery to your rv but we did not use. Good for an overnighter. Would stop again if in the area.

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Was here several days as part of a rally group. This is an older park that is really taxed to fit larger RVs. Nice rally hall, friendly check in and escort to site, very close to area attractions. Sites are gravel, generally level but lacking in length for larger RVs. Water pressure was terrible and the WiFi was very lacking. May or may not stay her again when in the area.

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This older park could be better if more attention was given to the landscaping/site maintenance. It appears that the current owners only do the bare minimum. When mowing around the picnic tables, why not the grass underneath them also? On several hot days, the voltage would hover around 104-106 and lower. We were forced to use only one ac and put the fridge and water heater on gas to help. Started to use the micro/convection oven and the voltage dropped to 100, resulting in us turning on the gennie. The drain for the gray/black tanks is uphill, which supports the old saying, stuff doesn't flow uphill. Water pressure is in the 90-95 PSI range, so a regulator is absolutely necessary. Would have been nice if the office had mentioned this. Cell service is not good, and satellite depends on where your site is. We camp to relax and don't want to be constantly worrying about power/tank draining issues. Doubtful that we will come back for another rally here.