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After turning into the driveway to enter the campground I was confronted by a NARROW concrete bridge. My MH is 46K pounds. Do you proceed? I did. We pulled up to the office building and my first impression was this place is a mess, with garbage piled up behind the building. We were here for just a stop for the night. This place is a stopover. if you plan on staying around the area and you have a family, keep looking. This place is fine for a stopover. We are fully self contained so we toughed it out; it was fine for our purpose. All the sites seem to be in a grass field.

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Do Not Use GPS To Get Here! Trust me use the directions from the Campground. This is a big campground. They are spread out with seasonal and transient sites that are level and hard ground we were not in a site per say but we were a group of 2 and wanted to be together. we only need 50 amp service for the one nights stay. We didn't have to unhook since we had a large area to just pull forward and turn around to get back on the road. The service is friendly and helpful. We found this CG from Passport but the discount is only good for M,T,W only no bother to me it was the area that we need to stay for our next leg in Ohio. The CG was very helpful.

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I was some what disappointed in this KOA. We stay in KOAs mostly and this place was on the most part was a good location for us. However, when we were in camp on our stay we had people going through our campsite going to the pool and the very large Pillow Jump. The roads are very narrow. If you have a 45 footer you have just enough room in the pull-throughs for your front cap and rear cap. The water and septic are REALLY close to each other, a condition that could be dangerous to your health. Our spot was empty when we got there but the weeds were up over the ankles. You would think that the weeds could be cut when it needs to be cut. The absence of signage to the KOA is problematic. The only sign that we saw was the one at the driveway of the entrance. The site next door had a sewer problem that was caused by the pipe being 6 to 7 inches below the ground so that there was no way to hook up to it and have the sewer pipe stay connected. You know what that does but the office was no help to their guest on their 4 day stay. What a mess.

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Very close to the Ohio Turnpike (Kent Ravenna exit). Mostly easy pull thru's. Watch out for large rocks at the corners. We have been staying here 8 years on business trips, using this as a base for the Akron Cleveland area. The pool was not used by us, but looked inviting. Fishing Lake, clean RR and showers. Staff is friendly and willing to please.

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Very close to town for you walkers. Park is clean and and simple to get settled. The bathrooms are clean along with the showers, but are in need to modernize. Campfires are not allowed, but in one place there is a communal campfire. Friendly staff. Monday nites are usually full because of the Flea Market on Tuesday so call ahead. We have been staying here for 8 years and nothing has changed in that time. No activities for the kids big and small. No pool but that is something we don't use anyway so we can do without.

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Park is centrally located off Indiana Toll Road. At exit 92, go left off ramp left at first light go left. CG on right side after a 4 way stop sign. Large Park, big rig friendly, friendly owners. We stay here when doing business in town.

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This is a beachfront KOA. If U R a sun worshiper this is good place to stay all east road lead the beach, we didn't partake in the beach but the KOA crowd starts in the 9am area until dark. Lotsa kids here but it was quite in the mh. Good place to be if U R into history of the OB. The food is okay but not the all of the restaurants are with a waitstaff and some times u need a sense of humor when it comes to the eateries. The KOA is a good place, but there are others with beach and water without the amenities.

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This was not a reservation just a drive up afte a LL call. They said they had a drive thru with 50 amps. It was getting dark so we took it over the phone. When we were escorted by foot walking in frount of the coach I knew we were in trouble, no problem we needed AC so 50 amps was the priority. The site was a 180 turn to get in it and that was after hitting 5 trees with my DTV antenna. After getting in the site there was NO 50 amp only 30. We looked like the only transient in the place, everybody elese has been there a lifetime DONT BOTHER TO STOP.

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We were here for a rally ($40). This is a special resort, super clean and neat. The staff goes all out to accommodate the guest at the park. This would be a top pick for the State of Michigan. Lots to do in Ludington.

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One of the best in the State of Michigan. It is like living in your own town. Everybody has a smile and says Hello. Manicured all around, spic n span at this campground.

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This is the best park in the State of Michigan spic n span through out the whole property. Great club house, pool, kids activities. We stay here when we are working the Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo area during the camping season. Great nearby restaurants around Gun Lake area and also a Casino. You will like this place! They are Passport Members on week days.

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This must be a great spot for IN SEASON time. We were not there at that time. Don't get me wrong . This place is great just to sit relax and watch the lake. The sunsets are fabulous. The sunrise and great also. Sitting at a fire watching the sun go down is relaxing. When we arrived we were greeted by a goose, and hundreds of their friends. You know what a goose can do--I mean doo-doo on the ground. It's everywhere. In defense of the KOA, it's the location and the time of year. This place was literally empty. With a crowd the geese would not be there....I don't think. Don't miss the boat ride and the town at Alexandria Bay. Millionaires row is a site of opulence in another generation. The food and bars are great too.

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The rate is estimated here the site we were in was a premium patio drive thru. This is a VERY clean KOA. If you are staying for a long weekend the patio sites are the ticket here with table, a glider, and fire pit, all in concrete. The kids would have a ball here (we don't have kids) but there is so much to keep them busy here they won't want to leave. From a indoor pool to a zip line, smiles should be on their faces for the stay. Located between Watkins Glen and Corning that offer many places to see, don't miss the Corning Glass museum If you like wine. It would take you a week to get through this area. We tried our best but couldn't make the end....Cheers!

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The roads are good but they are narrow to go along with the campsites themselves. We were in a 40 foot motorhome. Getting into the site was okay; getting out was done using the sites in front of us, which was empty. The next site over was close enough that we could hear what was said and also read their newspaper. Good spot to overnight before maneuvering Buffalo traffic heading for Niagara Falls. Friendly staff and helpful to know the area. Visit Ray's for lunch or dinner, great wings!

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Rate is estimated. This KOA is just north of the hustle and bustle of Niagara Falls. Just a short ride to the Falls. Clean and neat as they go. A good location. Evenings were good with a campfire. Be sure to make a trip to the tip on the lake shore and work your way south along the lake seeing small villages and towns along the way for food, entertainment, and shopping