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This is an older well groomed RV park, with tight, short sights. The utilities were located for 5th wheels at the rear of the site. A motorhome towing a vehicle will fill the pull throughs from end to end and maybe a little more. Roads are narrow and turns can be somewhat tight with a big rig. If in a motorhome towing a car you will need long hoses and electrical cords. Some sites will be satellite friendly others not. Grainy cable and 12 OTA channels are available.

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Worn out old KOA, with tight sites, NO cable, and iffy WIFI. Only stayed one night passing through. Not worth syaying any longer.

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This is an older RV park that has been updated with the times. Sites are all concrete pads with grass areas in between. Site spacing runs from close by to somewhat spacious. The park has both pull through and back in sites. The utilities are located in the rear 1/4 of the site so long hoses may be needed. All utilities worked very well. Warning you may need a water pressure regulator to protect against burst pipes and hoses as the pressure is very high. Cable has 24 somewhat clear channels, and 15 OTA channels. Satellite should be available from most sites. The facilities are clean and well maintained.

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"NEW SECTION REVIEW" This is the new breed of RV parks, all the sites are cookie cutter same with close spacing. The site is a concrete pad long enough for a 40'+ Motorhome and toad with a 15' grass strip between pads. Unfortunately the pads are not level and may require leveling blocks. Utilities are in the rear 1/3 of the site and work as expected except the water. The spigot has the weirdest backflow valve I have ever encountered, just have them show you how it works!! The cable is 33 SD channels, OTA was 55 channels, satellite is available from all sites. Roads are all paved with wide turns in this section, unlike the older section. It appears a new office/club house is under construction in this area. The WIFI was totally unusable, my computer could connect to network but never got internet access.

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The only thing going for this RV park is the view from riverfront sites. The sites are parking lot tight with the utilities mid site. The owner is spending some money to upgrade the riverfront sites with concrete pads. Not family friendly as there is no play area. No cable, but good OTA with 12+ digital channels. Satellite should be available from all the sites. The WIFI was weak and somewhat slow but did work for light browsing. This is basically a parking lot with hookups.

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As detailed in previous reviews this is a very clean, well maintained RV park. The sites are a bit close together but angled in such a way that the closeness is not a problem. Large rigs with a toad will find some of the corners a bit tight but doable. The utilities are at the rear quarter of the site and require long hoses for the sewer and water if towing. Cable is available with 27 somewhat grainy stations. Satellite can be done from any site and OTA produced 18 digital channels. The WIFI is totally useless as it keeps dropping you after a few minutes of connection, or it will not let you connect with the internet at all. As mentioned in another review the park sits in the departure path of two runways from Memphis Intl airport which can be quite annoying. All in all the nightly rate is a bit high.

     

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EZ Daze RV Park

Southaven, Mississippi

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As detailed in previous reviews this is a very clean, well maintained RV park. The sites are a bit close together but angled in such a way that the closeness is not a problem. Large rigs with a toad will find some of the corners a bit tight but doable. The utilities are at the rear quarter of the site and require long hoses for the sewer and water if towing. Cable is available with 27 somewhat grainy stations. Satellite can be done from any site and OTA produced 18 digital channels. The WIFI is totally useless as it keeps dropping you after a few minutes of connection, or it will not let you connect with the internet at all. As mentioned in another review the park sits in the departure path of two runways from Memphis Intl airport which can be quite annoying. All in all the nightly rate is a bit high.

     

Bunk House

Red Bay, Alabama

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This campground is on Hospital Rd. just around the corner from the Tiffin Service Center and is part of Bunkhouse RV Repair, formerly McKinney RV. The 20 sites are all back-in, gravel with the hookups located at the rear of the site, very convenient for Class A Tiffin motorhomes, but not for other types of RV's. Surface is gravel with no shade. Visually this campground is a dump but the price is right, and you would only stay there to have work done on your Tiffin motorhome. Check in is at Bunkhouse RV Repair office.

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This is an older campground located 1.6 miles off I-70 that has been updated to accommodate today's larger rigs. Nearly all sites are pull through with varying lengths and widths. Some are side to side type so check what your getting when you make a reservation. All sites are gravel, reasonably level, with full hookups placed mid site. Several sites are shaded, several are out in the open for good Satellite reception, there is no cable and OTA is minimal at best. This campground is best value that we have stayed in on this 5 month trip and could have been a 10 except for the lack of cable and their very weak low bandwidth WIFI.

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This is an older RV park that has been kept updated to fit today's big rigs. The pull through sites are reasonably level, long enough for coach and toad with room to spare. The back in sites are also good sized and level. The park is fairly heavily treed so satellite TV could be a challenge, but they have excellent cable with 59 SD and 17 HD channels. OTA is also a possibility. The hook ups were placed in the rear third of the site and all functioned as expected.

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This is an old KOA with the usual short, narrow sites and tight roadways. Most sites are well worn gravel with a few Super Deluxe that have paved pads. The utilities are grouped together in the middle of the site, with most having 30 amp.

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How do you rate a farm yard? That's what your staying in. The RV sites are now 30 hastily built un-level narrow sites in the middle of a farm yard. The utilities are haphazard arranged requiring long hoses and cables. The sites drop over 12" front to back and have no amenities like table or fire pit. Only a few sites are full hookup most are electric and water. There is an expensive bar/restaurant on site and many shabby motel rooms. Yes it's a guest ranch, but a poor one. Did I mention you have to drive 1.5 miles over a rough gravel road to get there. Cross this one off your list.

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This KOA is #1 in outrageous pricing and poor service. No escort to your site, no trash pickup at your site, very small sites, and tight turn narrow roads. You do get a patio placed at the rear of the site? You do get a swing! You do get tree limbs hanging down to scrape the side of your coach as you leave. All this for $80 a night. Never again.

     

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Billings KOA

Billings, Montana

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This KOA is #1 in outrageous pricing and poor service. No escort to your site, no trash pickup at your site, very small sites, and tight turn narrow roads. You do get a patio placed at the rear of the site? You do get a swing! You do get tree limbs hanging down to scrape the side of your coach as you leave. All this for $80 a night. Never again.

     

Cody KOA

Cody, Wyoming

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Way overpriced for what you get. $75 a night for a side by side narrow pull through. Also the utilities are oddly placed requiring long hoses and electric cable. You have to share the patio space with the people in the site next to you. The sites are all gravel with some large shade trees in between. Road noise could be bothersome. Also there was no one to lead you to your site like all other KOA's just follow their confusing map.