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The rate reflects a nightly stay. Add a nominal fee if you are using a credit card. Signage is good. Be sure to ask the staff for directions to the park. The roads are paved but they are wavy and narrow. It would be easy to drop a wheel off the road when making a turn. The site we reserved was nowhere near level front to back but the staff let us go through the park and find another site that was much better. It was one of the newer ones and it was paved and plenty wide. There were pine trees so the site itself was pretty messy. The water pressure was good. They did not offer recycling. We'd stay again if we could pick the site.

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The rate reflects a nightly stay. We didn't see any signs until we got there. If you are arriving northbound, you can turn directly into the park. If southbound, you will go past the park and then cross over to the northbound lanes. The roads are very, very rough. Water pressure was good. We asked for a site with satellite access when we made the reservation and mentioned it again upon arrival. We were assigned a site under a huge tree. The site was nowhere near level either side to side or front to back. At the end of a long travel day, this was very frustrating. Not all of the sites in the park were like this but the ones in our section were all pretty rough.

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The rate reflects a nightly stay with the Good Sam discount. You will need to follow the little blue camping signs. The location was handy and the staff was knowledgeable of the area. The roads are hard-packed gravel and the best we have seen for a while. There are no speed bumps. You can recycle cans by the dumpster. Our pull-through site had a paved, level pad for the rig with enough gravel on each side to keep you from walking on the grass. If you need satellite, be sure to let them know. The water pressure was excellent. There was very little road or train noise. We would definitely come again.

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The rate reflects a monthly stay of 30 days. You will need to add electricity. The campground refers to recycling in their brochure but it is not available. The signage approaching the campground was good but you need to use the Georgia address to get close with the GPS. The location is good. The staff were professional plus we had an escort to our site because the meter needed to be read. The water pressure was good. Our site had a pine tree that shed needles and pine cones the whole time we were there. The area we were in was very flat and did not drain when it rained. There was standing water everywhere. Our utility post was almost always in a pond. There were several large potholes that filled with water when it rained. The site itself was packed gravel and pretty level. There was a small paved patio with a small picnic table. Maneuvering in the campground was a bit snug. We saw several rigs damaged. We would probably come again if we had a site without a pine tree.

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The rate reflects a weekly stay. It could be a little snug pulling in and out of a site, especially if the campground is busy. The location was good; everything we needed was close by. The staff was great; we asked for a tree to be trimmed and that was done promptly. We had an escort to our site; the roads and sites are packed gravel. The site was level which is always good. Water pressure was good. They offer recycling. The noise from the road could be irritating especially if you are in a front site. We’d come again.

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The rate reflects a weekly stay. Signage was excellent; location was handy. Check-in was easy and comprehensive with knowledgeable staff. The roads are paved and the pads are packed gravel and ours was nice and level. The amount of green space between sites was really, really nice. The trees are growing and the view of the lake and hike/bike trail was good. Recycling was easily available; water pressure was good. Verizon and Sprint worked well. We were able to have campfires. There are lots of things to do close by; we would have no problem staying here again.

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The rate reflects a weekly stay. Watch out for the atrocious speed bumps. We were part of a group of four rigs and were given four sites together which we appreciated. The staff was very helpful with this request. But our sites were very close together and once the slides were out, we struggled to find room for the eight of us to meet. We had to call and get a tree trimmed in order to get a slide out. We put five inches of boards underneath the front tires to have a chance at getting level. The roads are narrow but the sites were at an angle so that helped. The sites in the front row cost a little more but you will have a much better experience. The water pressure was not good; we used the pump a lot. Sprint and Verizon worked just fine. Garbage containers were handy and picked up promptly. Overall it was OK for what we needed but if we ever go back, I would ask for a front row site.

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This RV Park is right along highway 20 and we did not see any signs until we got there. The 50amp sites are mostly back-ins and have plenty of room to maneuver and park. The sites are gravel. The highway can be noisy during the day but quiets down at night. The staff is friendly and accommodating. It is a great place to stay for a night or a short time.

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The rate reflects a monthly stay; you’ll need to add electricity. Don’t follow your GPS. If you are driving on highway 2 from east to west, you’ll get pretty close to the entrance (on the right) before you see it and the signs. Our escort wasn’t knowledgeable about our site but we figured it out. The roads are gravel and dusty but there are no speed bumps. Some of the roads are just one lane: they are not marked as one way. The sites are gravel. Our pad was hardly wide enough to put all of the tire on the pad. We added four inches of boards under the rear to get close to level. Some of the sites are pretty close together. Each site is different so your experience in this campground will vary by site. The campground itself is treed and laid out into different sections. Water pressure was excellent! Road and train noise was not obvious. They offer nothing for recycling which was true in town also. Verizon and Sprint worked just fine.

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The rate reflects a monthly stay of 31 days; you’ll have to add electricity. You will need to add sales tax to the posted rates. When you leave I-80 at exit 420, take highway 63 like you are going to Cenex/Cubby’s. But instead of turning right into Cubby’s, turn left and follow the road around to the campground. If there is a sign for the left turn, it wasn’t obvious. You won’t have any trouble following the 5mph speed limit because of the speed bumps and rough roads. The sites are gravel; some are pull-through and some are back-in and they vary in length. The green space between the sites is generous. There are trees that offer some shade depending on the site; we were able to find the satellites with our moveable dish. The water pressure was marginal at times. The noise from the interstate can be annoying depending on where your site is within the park. Verizon and Sprint were OK. You’ll need to pay attention and follow the rules to avoid being reminded. We had a good stay and will come again.

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This campground does not offer any discounts off the nightly rate and you can’t make a reservation. You can call the camp host and see what is available. The roads and pads are paved with nice grass and room between the sites. The pads can be sloped but leveling is doable. The only hookup at the site is for electricity and not all sites have 50amp service. The dump station is on the way out. There are several water hydrants where you can fill your tank. There are no showers or laundry. The only vault toilet is next to the playground on the upper level. Recycling is available next to the dumpster across from the residence. If you plan a longer stay, there are rules about how long you can be in a particular site and with regards to 30amp vs. 50amp service. There is a paved three mile hike/bike trail around the lake. We always enjoy our stay here.

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This is a daily rate. You are limited to a four day stay. Watch for the small brown signs that say “Recreation Complex”. The roads and sites are gravel with some pull-through and some back-in. Tent camping is free. We had 50amp service and excellent water pressure. There is a dump station. There are train tracks close by and an occasional train does go by. Both Sprint and Verizon worked OK; Sprint was roaming. If you want to talk to someone about staying here, you will need to call the Auburn City Hall. The police do an occasional drive-thru. We’ve never felt threatened here.

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This is the daily rate; if you stay longer than a week I believe it is cheaper. If you don’t know where to turn off the main highway, it could be hard to find. The road is gravel and the sites are all back-in on grass. It wasn’t busy for this stay, so we were able to pick a level site without too many bumps. There is no shade, utilities were fine, and they have great water pressure. It was quiet as it is located off the main road. Both Verizon and Sprint worked OK but the Sprint was roaming. We will stay here again.

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The rate reflects a daily rate with the Good Sam discount. This park is right along highway 54 so it wasn’t hard to find and the road noise wasn’t bad. There is train noise. The staff was friendly but not really outgoing with information about the park or about the town unless asked. Our site was gravel and fairly level. We were in a row with side by side hookups, If you had a neighbor, they would be very, very close. There were a few trees but satellite was not a problem. Utilities were good. Sprint and Verizon worked well. There are three huge rocks at the entrance; look carefully as to which of the “lanes” you want to use when you pull into the driveway. It would be easy to accidentally go over the curb and/or sideswipe a rock. There is a sign that says “do not block driveway”. Perhaps a sign that says where you should park your rig while you register would work better. There is a good hiking trail at Lake Rita Blanca. We would stay here again for a short visit.

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This is the daily rate; you will have to add a small county tax and electricity. Unfortunately our GPS did not recognize the RV Park by name or the specific address. This was true for the local post office also. So once you exit I-25 you will need to watch closely for the entrance sign and the yellow ‘happy face’ flag. Prepare for the 90 degree turn; there is plenty of room to swing wide; watch for oncoming traffic. The owner was very friendly; we enjoyed her company at the daily happy hour. The roads and sites are gravel and some are on a bit of a slope. Utilities worked well; water pressure was OK. There were no trains and we didn't notice the highway noise. Verizon worked fine; Sprint was spotty. Great access to the lake and the hiking trails in the state park. It is peaceful here and we enjoyed sitting out at night watching the stars and see the moon rise. No problem with staying here again.