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A barebones park to set up your RV with good power (30 & 50 amp). No showers, laundry or restrooms. This is a very quiet place to park your RV with no trains or noise. We'll come back here if we're ever in the area.

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Warning: the area is sketchy, but this park is very clean, well run and very quiet. Power and water is good. Management is very accommodating. We would definitely come back here.

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We needed to be in the area about 6 months. We were not eligible for monthly rate as they wanted a 1 year lease in an RV park! So we ended up paying $165 a week plus electricity. Wi-Fi did not work in the back of the park even though we were paying a premium price. Management is very accommodating.

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Very nice park, water pressure low, electric okay. Folks who pay by the month, be prepared to pay .19 a killowatt hour. That was more than twice what we were paying in Oregon or Utah. I'm sure I'll have electric bill shock when I get my first bill.

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Bare bones RV park. Has nice laundry facilities. Good water pressure. Lots of long-term residents. Office only open a few hours a day. Office staff very nice and helpful.

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Good water pressure, electrical is good. Beautiful pool. No picnic table, but we run into that from time to time. But later, I noticed on the brochure, they'll rent you a picnic table for additional $.

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Campground is an old KOA. That pretty much sums it all up. Sites are very tight and extremely short for even a class C. That being said, it's still a nice park with a great staff who's willing to go above and beyond. Lots of activities for the kids.

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Older park with lots of permanent residents. Very few pull-throughs for overnighters. It can be rather noisy from the interstate. Water and electric good.

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This is a clean park, but it's extremely tight with pretty good power and water pressure. 95% of residents are long timers. Interior roads need attention. If your rig is over 40 ft. including tow, consider a different park. There are NO designated places saved for overnighters.

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Interior roads are awful. Lots of road noise. They put the overnighters right next to the interstate after they pay the premium fee to stay here, then you're nickled and dimed for cable. If you're needing somewhere for just overnight, there are some quieter places that are much more reasonable.

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We need to be in the area for a few months. This is a bare bones RV park with no bath or laundry facilities. Power is good, water is good. The folks running the place are very nice accommodating folks. If you want cable/internet while you're here, you can call up Suddenlink so they can "hook" you up: pun intended.

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Clean park. This is a great place for overnight.

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This has got to be the junkiest, most rundown excuse for a "trailer park" there is. We parked and listened all night to limbs from the trees falling on our brand new rig. My husband had to back out of a "pull thru" site and wiggle the RV out. Electric was very low. We didn't even bother to hook up water. The drainage ditch in the back of the park is nasty with very brown water and trash.

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The roads are bad, but the campground looks like they're trying to improve them. Electric and water pressure leaves a lot to be desired. Very low on both. A lot of old ugly campers and some junk allowed to pile up. This campground is only about 5 miles from the Wal-Mart Distribution Center.

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This park is a jewel. Very clean, power and water works great. The man running the park was very helpful and nice. I would definitely come back to this park when I'm back in the area.