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Cedar Ridge COE, Lawrence, Kansas

Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $15.00
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Excellent park with lots of wildlife, nice fellow campers. Did not go to the lake, stayed here during Nascar but did enjoy park very much. We camped at Cedar Ridge COE in a Travel Trailer.

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Fox Hollow, Graham, Texas

Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $30.00
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The electrical boxes were old and need replacing, our electricity did not work upon arrival. Luckily some fellow campers were certified electricians and had the proper tools and equipment to repair the box. The cable TV also did not work. The office did not seem to care about the problems with our site, offered us no refund not even a partial! The few RV sites are at the end of what seems to be a trailer park and there are also some cabins owned by the same people that seem to be in a dire need of renovation. There is always a heavy flow of people from the trailer park cruising by on golf carts, sometimes at a very high rate of speed. The management here is not keeping up with the grounds at all. Much nicer RV sites right next door. We camped at Fox Hollow in a Travel Trailer.

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Loyd Park, Grand Prairie, Texas

Date of Stay: July, 2008 - $12.00
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Our favorite local park, always clean, plenty of helpful park workers always on patrol. Great sized sites, spaced out just enough and restrooms/showers get cleaned a few times a day. We camped at Loyd Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Mountain Breeze, New Braunfels, Texas

Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $53.00
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This is more a tent campers place. I have tent camped here many times and this was the first time I took my travel trailer here. It was very difficult to maneuver and park, luckily I had rented an additional spot for some friends that were tent camping. The road to the RV sites is one lane wide and like I said does not allow for easy parking. The showers are free and there is always a party atmosphere, lots of people cutting from the parking lot through our campsite to their camp site or the river. I have a long bed, quad cab truck with a bumper pull travel trailer. Others also had a difficult when it came time to pull out, one in a 5'er and the other in a large bus type RV. We camped at Mountain Breeze in a Travel Trailer.

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