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We stay here at least two times per year-the first trip of the season and the last with sometimes a couple thrown in during the summer. It is a great campground with roomy wooded sites and excellent restrooms/showers.

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We dd an overnight here while traveling I40. They just had a severe storm earlier in the night so there was debris everywhere. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The sites were VERY close but since it was just a place to stop for the night so it was fine.

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This was a late night stop-over with self registration but for what we needed, it was perfect. The park was rather empty so we had plenty of sites to chose from. It appeared to be more of a park to use for either overnight stop or a base camp for exploring. It didn't really appeal to me as a place to just go and stay and sit around the campsite.

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This was a good one night stop over from Yellowstone to Arizona. The staff gave us a site which was very easy to get into and out of. Everything was level so we didn't even have to unhook for the night. My only complaint was that the store could have been a little better stocked but there was a convenience store pretty close.

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I prefer shady sites with big trees but this was not it. For what was available in the area, it was a good site.

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Location, location, location. We chose this park for the full hookup in the central area of Yellowstone. We were gone from the campsite most of the time but the sites are a LOT closer than what I prefer.

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We just used this for an overnight and it was fine for that. We called when just a few miles away and were told they still had openings. We did not use any of the facilities to know what they were like. The utilities were all the way at the back of the site which was a little inconvenient.

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We used this park as a base station for exploring the Black Hills area. It was a clean, nice park.

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The campground was very nice. My only complaint was the price but I realize their pricing is based on location. We used this campground as a base for exploring Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Our site was large, level, and shady. The store was well stocked and reasonably priced.

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We were really looking for a site in Shenandoah National Park but everything was full. This was the only site we could find anywhere around for Memorial Day weekend. It seemed that there were a lot of groups here and we were just a single family. I guess if you were in one of the "groups" it would be great.

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We chose this park to visit the Apple Festival at Graves Mountain. It is not fancy, but it is the kind of campground we enjoy. The staff was especially helpful by loaning us a battery charger when out converter in the fifth wheel went south.

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We came here for our daughter's graduation at George Mason University. It had been very rainy the week before and the mosquitoes were terrible. Most sites were level but our site had a very steep slope and we did not have enough sewer hose (50') to reach the sewer connection which was all the way at the back of the site. This particular trip and this particular site was not quite my cup of tea but we will probably stay here again when visiting.

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This was our first trip here. I had read mixed reviews about the campground but decided to take a chance. We found it to be a nice campground and the staff was nice also.

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We came to this campground for a family reunion in Knoxville. I really liked the easy on and off the interstate. The staff was nice and helpful but it would have been nicer to have some shade at the pull through sites. We will continue to use this campground for our trips to TN.

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We have come to this park since it opened. With the addition of the Red Oak Campground, it is really nice. We come here 2-3 times per year