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A nice KOA. Great location for visiting Mackinaw City and the island. The camp sits close to an excellent paved bike trail that leads right to the ferry docks. Our water and electric site was shaded, level and quite spacious. The water pressure was good and the electric service was steady. The camp WiFi was a bit disappointing, however. As in many places we've stayed, the WiFi signal was strong, but the throughput was marginal at best. I believe many of these parks don't subscribe to providers capable of offering the bandwidth required for multi-party use. "Just sayin'." Be that as it may, we enjoyed our stay and will return if we should find ourselves in this area again.

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Honestly, we were somewhat disappointed. Our checkin was performed by a rather grouchy man in a dirty boat yard shop. At that time we were informed that although they advertised we Good Sam, no discount was offered. He did offer to lend us a water pressure regulator as the yard pressure was 120 psi. Wow! I always carry my own regulator in any case. Although the facility was indeed unique for many, after having managed several boat yards, it was a bit ho-hum for me. Actually the yard looked pretty run down. It was kinda nice watching the 1000 foot ore boats come into harbor though. The electric service was stable and strong. Sewer clean and accessable. WiFi virtually unuseable. Verizon signal strong in the area. As we have relatives in Duluth we will probable return to the area, we may very well choose a different place to stay though.

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This is a beautiful state park as many if not most in Michigan are. We stayed in a very spacious electric only site. The power was ample and stable. Although we didn't make use of the bathhouse facilities, they appeared to be clean. The grounds on the whole were spotless. There was WiFi available at the bathhouses, but the signal was quite weak causing you to have to sit on the bench outside for access. Cellular was non-existent. Kinda nice really. The only thing I would caution visitors about are the regular cannon shots from the neighboring fort. They are quite loud as are the echoes across the lake. Really startled our dog the first couple of times. All in all we really enjoyed our stay here. We will return some day I hope.

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As stated in previous reviews, this is an older park that is showing its age. Our pull-through site was very long but narrow. Since our trailer is only 25', I was able to find a reasonably level spot. Many sites were badly rutted and in need of attention. All utilities worked well. There was a bit of a sewer gas odor near our site. I never did determine the souce. WiFi was the best I've seen. Verizon signal was marginal. The park attendant was extremely friendly and helpful. Hopefully Forever Resorts will put some time and money into this park. The location is excellent for a visit to the Badlands. Easy access off I-90.

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Location..location.. You can't beat the view! This is a big park with lots of everything. Mostly, of course, it offers proxomity to and excellent views of Devil's Tower. We stayed in a water and electric site. Everything worked well with the exception of the WiFi. Strong signal, no throughput. I think it's a function of being in a remote location and having to rely on satellite based internet service. Verizon worked well though, both voice and data. Our gravel site was level with no shade, but other sites did offer partial shade. I highly recommend reservations well in advance. Devil's Tower is a popular destination, and it's VERY cool, by the way. We would stay here again if we should find ourselves out this way.

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The park hosts were very nice. The park is centrally located in Cody and close to all points of interest. Only 3 blocks from the famous Buffalo Bill Center of the West (Allow 2 days to visit.) Our back-in site was level and very nicely shaded by large Cottonwoods. Utilities all worked well. Good voltage and water pressure. The WiFi, although the signal was strong, the throughput was spotty at best. Verizon signal in town was very steady. The cable reception was very good. My only "complaint" other than the spotty WiFi was that the back-in sites were pretty cramped and close together. But hey... you get to know your neighbors! We will stay here again in the future.

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This is such a nice little park. One can tell immediately that the owners take great pride in their campground. By the way, the owners are two of the nicest folks you will ever meet, and she makes a wicked good dinner! All utilities work well. WiFi is a little weak but serviceable. Sites are level gravel. Water, sewer and electric neat and tidy. Cable TV works just fine. This is our fourth or fifth stay here on our way to and from Wyoming. We will definitely stay here again.

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Great location as far as access to I-24, but a little too close with regards to road noise. Gravel sites are shaded and fairly level. Utilities worked well. Good water pressure. Steady AC voltage. Sewer port clean and easily accessed. WiFi a little weak, but Verizon broad band very strong. Excellent dog park! Staff friendly and courteous. Nice spot for an overnight, but a bit pricey even for a KOA in my opinion. We would probably stay here again.

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I rarely give a 10, but this little park is exquisite! The owners, The owners clearly take a lot of pride in their facility. The grounds are spotless, neat and tidy. All utilities worked very well. Good water pressure, steady voltage, clean accessible sewer port. WiFi was a little light, but we took the farthest site from the source. With my signal booster it worked just fine. Verizon broad band signal was reasonably solid as a backup. The owners couldn't have been better hosts. The park is off the beaten path, so don't be alarmed as you head 8 miles south of West Plains on narrow MO 17. Just keep going, you'll find the place, and you'll be glad you did. We will definitely return when we are in the area.

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This is our second stay at this park on our way to and from our summer jobs. It never ceases to amaze me that such such a lovely spot exists so close to the urban sprawl of Kansas City. The grounds are immaculate and well taken care of. Many of the sites are shaded. It took a bit of leveling as our site #63 was on a slight hill, but we managed. Once in place, the water and sewer worked well. The voltage on both the 30 and 50 amp circuits was a bit on the low side, but not destructively so. I did use my booster/transformer for peace of mind, however. Verizon 4G broadband was very strong and the selection of over the air broadcast TV was quite good. The camp hosts were extremely friendly and accommodating. We will surely be back.

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Very convenient park for an overnight. Just off I-80. Traffic noise moderate. The grounds are immaculate. All utilities worked very well. Wi-Fi strong and stable. Verizon signal strong. The staff was very friendly and courteous. I guess my only negative remark is that the park courtesy lighting is a bit on the bright side. No night light required here. We'll be back.

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Great spot for an overnight. All utilities worked extremely well. Good voltage. Sewer port clean and accessible. Wi-Fi strong and reliable. Cable TV excellent. Good strong Verizon signal. The water pressure here is very high - 95 psi, but we were warned in advance by the front desk, and we have a built in regulator. The lot is typical of a Wyoming high desert campground. Gravel roads and sites with no shade. The site we were in was dead on level. Road noise was moderate with easy access to I-80. The staff here couldn't be nicer! We were guided to our site and given a chocolate for our pillow with an apology that they couldn't turn down our beds. Great service rates very highly with us. We will be back.

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We stayed here for one week while attending to family business. The cost per night reflects the weekly rate. Based upon what we'd read in many previous reviews, we came into this park with some misgivings. We were, however, pleasantly surprised. The site we had was a concrete pad, and although it was clean and smooth, it was slightly out of level - nothing my leveling ramps couldn't handle. Power, water and sewer were all in good condition. Sites were side by side rather than back to back as in some parks in the Las Vegas area. I much prefer the side by side sites. The water pressure was good, although the water itself was quite hard. The electric was strong and stable, and the sewer port was clean and accessible. Although the park offered free Wi-Fi, I found it to be very spotty. As a result I ended up resorting to my Verizon system most of the time. I understand the cable TV selection is good, but I used my DISH along with over the air broadcast TV for local channels. The security concerns expressed by several others in past reviews were simply not a factor. We spoke with security personnel many times during our stay. They rode the park on bicycles and were all very courteous and helpful. Neither of us had any concerns what-so-ever for our personal safety nor that of our belongings. I would have given the park higher marks except for the fact that the pool heater was broken, and the management seemed unwilling to fix it. Can't say as I blame them with the hot season approaching, but if they offer an amenity, in my opinion it should work. We will stop here again if we find ourselves in the area, but quite frankly, Las Vegas just isn't my cup of chowder.

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We stayed here a couple of years ago, and we still love the place. If you enjoy seclusion, this park is for you. The park is several miles north of I-40, and the route through the town of Santa Rosa is a bit disconcerting until you've done it once or twice. Just stay on Rt 91 and eventually you will get there. Gravel sites are reasonably level. Water and electric service is good. Cellular service in the area is marginal but usable. The lake level seems to have receded even further, however. If you crane your neck when you drive across the dam, you can see the "lake" way down there. It's pretty sad, and I guess it speaks to the drought situation that continues in the area. The last time we were here, the dump station was a mess. It was a little better this time, however, somebody needs to put up signs advising folks to use a sewer hose to connect to the sewer ground port, rather than simply opening their tanks into the gutter leading to the ports. Kinda makes a mess that way. We'll probably be back.

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Great park for an overnight. We've stayed here three times before. Very friendly staff. Very well kept grounds. All utilities work well. Nothing much has changed actually, including the crater. It's still an enormous hole in the ground after all these centuries. We will definitely stay here again.