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Stayed here to be near family for Christmas. Very accommodating staff. When we called to see if they had sites the bartender gave us a lot of information. There was only one other RV there when we arrived. The lodge is very active with a full calendar and the breakfast on Sunday morning was great. Good 30-amp service and water pressure. The camp host needs to do some litter picking. We will return.

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Very old, tired looking park. We are Passport America members and when I made the reservation the rate was $16 a night. When we checked in we were charged $22 plus taxes. When we questioned this, she said that the rates have changed. OK, I get that but they should have changed the listing on the Passport America web site. The next day it was changed. Parking is on grass and fairly level. A lot of long term residents with some having a lot of junk outside of their rigs. Good 50-amp power but very low water pressure. The WiFi is free but it is very slow. We were able to use our on-board satellite in site 41. We think $40 a night plus tax to park on grass is a bit expensive and we will not return even with the Passport America discount.

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Rate reflects Passport America discount. Our site was on grass and fairly level. Several long-term residents that don't necessarily keep their sites tidy. Wouldn't want to be here when it is raining. No trees to prevent getting a satellite signal. Fair 4G Verizon signal. Just a stop-over for one night so it worked for us. Not worth the price if your paying the full rate.

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Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very long, spacious sites on grass/gravel. Good 50-amp power but low water pressure. Free washing, $2 to dry. This is a great park if your a golfer. When paying the full rate, your green fees are included with the space rent. Some long-term folks who like to drive very fast down the gravel road stirring up dust. We were allowed to wash our rig. We would return.

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Good park for families but if you want peace and quiet, go somewhere else. They allow campfires so expect to have smoke around you a lot. The staff doesn't seem to enforce the dog leash rules and some of the pet owner's don't clean up after their dogs. We will probably stay at another park during our next visit.

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Very nice folks running the park. Check-in was a breeze. Parking is on a level concrete pad with good power and water. We were able to get a DTV satellite signal with no problem. Very convenient for touring Parkers Crossroads Battlefield. The brochure and inserts that they hand are outstanding. In it you will find where to eat, nearby shopping and things to see in the area. They even talk about the speed traps in the area. Need some maintenance done on your rig? They can do that too. Propane is reasonably priced and they don't charge you sales tax for motorhome tanks. We will return.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Very convenient for visiting Mammoth Cave NP and other local attractions. Within walking distance to the Cracker Barrel and an excellent Mexican restaurant. Good 50-amp power but poor water pressure. Very easy to get a DTV satellite signal. There are 18 rules listed on the brochure and I highly recommend you read all of them. Office will accept package delivery. We will return.

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Rate reflects Passport America rate. After pulling into the facility for an overnight stay, we were met by the Host who gave us several options for sites. We chose a 30 amp site with water which gave us a clear site to the south for our on-board DTV satellite dish. Hookups were on the wrong side but it worked with both electrical and water pressure was good. The host came back later and made sure everything was good with us and to see if we needed anything. We would stay here again.

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Stayed here for 2 days to visit the Eisenhower Museum. Several permanent residents, some take pride in their site and some don't. Site #28 was very unlevel but got the rig fairly level. WiFi was available but very slow. Suspect a lot of video streaming is going on. Although we didn't use, the bathrooms were clean but are very dated and need some upgrades. Laundry was also clean. Getting a satellite signal was no problem. Many dogs running around off-leash so make sure you protect yours.

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Rate reflects Passport America discount. This is just a place to park for the night, right on a busy road and with some train noise. When we pulled into our site, we were greeted by one of the long-term residents, who appeared to be drunk, with some loud, foul language. Good 50-amp power but low water pressure. No sewer in our site. No attendant at the park. Good satellite reception and our Verizon Jetpack worked well.

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Stayed here for three days to tour the area. Camp host was very accommodating and since he was from Scottsbluff, knew the area well. Our site was long and level with ood water pressure and power. Satellite reception was great. Bathrooms and showers were clean. We would stay here again.

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Rate reflects PA discount for two days and full price for one. Check-in was easy. Parking is on gravel (the whole park is gravel) with good power and water. Speed limit is 5 MPH but hardly anyone observes that so there is a lot of dust kicked up. The cable TV system was down while we were here. There is free WiFi and although I could connect to the network, it was painfully slow. Satellite reception is good throughout the park. There are a lot of permanent residents that do not keep their sites very tidy. My value rating of 2 stars is based on the $44 a night full-price. Charging that for a gravel parking lot with very bad. WiFi is not a good value. The only reason we stay here is for the Passport America discount. If that wasn't offered, we would definitely go somewhere else.

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Called in advance and was told there was nothing available. Wife called back 30 min later, one site available. Checkin was a breeze. Tight turn into N loop. Leveling our coach was a bit of a challenge but got 'er done. Very expensive and the most we have ever paid for a RV site. Moved to the "low rent district" the next night. We would not return.

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Very well kept park. Lots of full-time residents who go to work very early in the morning. Had the guy next to us start his very loud Harley at 5 AM and another crank up his Dodge pickup at 5:10. Cable TV is offered but you need a box for that and a $135 refundable deposit required. We got 32 channels from our bat-wing antenna. WiFi is offered but it is very, very slow most of the time. Verizon 4g is good. We will stay here again.

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Rate reflects Passport America for 4 days. Nice quiet park in a beautiful area. The bathrooms have been renovated since we were last there and then are now doing some landscaping in the "premium" sites. Poor water pressure is the norm in all of the sites that we have used. Within walking distance to the downtown area.