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While this KOA is in a wooded setting all the sites are in four groupings with all sites closely side by side in each grouping. The utilities all worked well. the sites are gravel and not very level. Wifi was non-existent at our location. Also no TV without a sat dish. The roads are paved but narrow and very winding and hilly. Site cost is expensive for what you get.

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This is not a campground, just a gravel RV parking lot. Sites are all gravel with no amenities and closely spaced. Sites are barely long enough for a 40' motorhome and short toad. There is NO CABLE, weak WIFI, and good OTA TV reception. Beware of the grumpy old man owner in the green Susuki Samri, who tours through the place looking for an excuse to cause trouble.

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Typical KOA, overpriced and overcrowded. The sites are semi-level for some, not so level for others. Our "Premium" site was supposed to be the most satellite friendly in the park. This was only true if you had a portable satellite antenna, otherwise it was like all the rest, completely tree covered. The sites are just dirt/gravel and relatively close together. Big rigs beware this is a very tight campground to maneuver in. Our Premium Pull Through was barely long enough for our 40' motorhome and short toad. The utilities are old and need updating. THERE IS NO CABLE TV IN THIS CAMPGROUND. The WiFi was slow and kept dropping the signal 200' from the office.

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This is a pretty campground from a distance but as you get close it gets a little rough looking. The sites are close together and well shaded. some sites might get sat TV with a portable unit, and OTA is not bad with 12 channels. The sites are gravel/grass/dirt as are the interior roads. Big rigs will not have any problems maneuvering and parking. We experienced no water pressure on a couple of occasions and the WIFI was useless. You could connect to their system but not to the internet, and they had no clue how to fix it. The park was virtually deserted during our middle of the week stay, but would be busy on the weekends based on the number of seasonal units.

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We had called and reserved a full hookup pull through, when we got there they couldn't find the reservation and all they had left was a water electric pull through for $46 a night. The overall park is nicely maintained, a former KOA park. The sites are typical KOA tight and the owners have maintained the KOA model for overpricing. The park store is stocked with trash & trinkets, no RV supplies or food, and some herbal supplement the owner is trying to sell. The park water pressure is very low @ 28psi to 35psi, 50 amp maintained 120 volts during our stay. In summary this park is very overpriced for quality of the facility.

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Very nice rustic campground just off Route 2. Back in site was level with full hookups within a short connection distance. The park is tree covered so satellite would be a challenge, but they have an excellent cable system with over 100 analog and digital channels. WIFI was useless all 3 connection channels were so weak that none of our computers would connect, and they kept fading in and out. If your near the front you will hear some road noise from Rt. 2 but it dies out at night.

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This campground is run down but the sites are level and have full hookups. Given the poor availability of good facilities in the Duluth/Superior area this park is a reasonable compromise for the price. Big rigs can easily use this park.

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As detailed in other reviews, this park is parking spaces off to the side of the main parking lot. Full hookups are provided with most sites having 30 amp electric. Also note that utilities are oddly placed with some on left side and the next site would be on the right side.

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As detailed in previous postings, this is parking places off to the side of the main parking lot. 50 amp electric and nothing else but you can't beat the price, FREE. Just register at the casino.

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This is NOT a resort just a campground. The sites are divided into two sections. Sites 1-43 are semi-open on grass with varying utilities. The deluxe sites 50-61 are in the trees with no chance of satellite reception but full hookups + cable. The cable is 35 channels of grainy analog reception, no digital. Phone & cell data service is non-existent you have to go into Curtis and stand in just the correct spot to get a connection. The campground does have WIFI but it only works at the office and then is very finicky. For the amount charged per site this is not a great deal, but about the best available in the area.

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An old former KOA campground. Some sites up front are out in the open most are back in the trees. Sites are grass/gravel/dirt and muddy when it rains. The roads are gravel/dirt and also muddy when wet. Our site was level with well placed hookups. With a little cleaning and paving this could be a nice RV park. The park's wifi was weak with no internet connection. Tried three different devises, all connected to the wifi but none had internet connection. Office said it was working properly????

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Older very well kept, large campground that is divided into two sections. One section is permanents and seasonal, the other short term. The short term section is mostly long pull throughs out in the open with concrete patios and grass/gravel parking spaced somewhat closely together. All hookups worked as designed and the sites were almost perfectly level. Campground is about 2 miles off I-69 on US 20. During the day there is quite a bit of traffic on US 20 with a moderate amount road noise.

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Older, has been a KOA. Pull throughs are close, back ins are more roomy. Mostly seasonals and permanents with a dozen sites for transients. Sites are gravel/dirt with hookups placed oddly forward in the site. So you will need long electrical cord and water hose. OK campground for a 1 night layover. Next to I 70 but far enough away that traffic noise wasn't that loud.

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While this KOA is in a wooded setting all the sites are in four groupings with all sites closely side by side in each grouping. The utilities all worked well. the sites are gravel and not very level. Wifi was non-existent at our location. Also no TV without a sat dish. The roads are paved but narrow and very winding and hilly.

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This is a parking lot with hookups. Gravel level sites spaced very very closely. Hookups are all at rear of site so long hoses are needed. No amenities other than slow WIFI, just a clean place to safely park for the night.