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This is a small, but nice campground. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. They helped a person who had a problem with their slide out and gave us directions to and from the campground and fastest way to Cooperstown. We chose a long pull-thru site with 50 amp, water and sewer. There is grass between sites and each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Roads and sites are dirt and gravel. Showers and bathrooms were clean. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone reception was adequate. No cable reception, but our satellite worked fine. While here, we visited the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. It’s about a 20 minute drive from the campground. Price is high for what you get.

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This is a small, but nice campground with a lot of tent sites and cabins. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. We were in a long pull-thru site with 50 amp, water and sewer. The sites are close together and may present a problem for big rigs over 38 feet, because roads are very narrow. Roads and sites are dirt and gravel. The owners need to cut down trees and trim back a lot of branches to avoid scraping your RV. There’s a picnic table and fire pit on every site. Showers and bathrooms were very clean. Cable reception, our Verizon wireless internet, cell phone and satellite worked fine. The campground has a lot of amenities for kids including a pool, playground, wagon rides, etc. This location is great if you are visiting Notre Dame University.

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This campground is primarily seasonals. It has a nice pool, playground and store. However, it’s pricey for what you get especially with no cable. Showers are $.25 for every 5 minutes. We had a back-in site with 50 amp, water and sewer. We got good satellite reception and locals with our antenna. Verizon wireless and cell phone reception was adequate. While here, we visited Lambeau Field – home of the Green Bay Packers.

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This campground is centrally located in Door County. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. They guided us to our site. There are two sections in this campground. We stayed in the new section because we wanted satellite reception and light. We had a pull through site with full hook ups. It was level and had good satellite and TV antenna reception. We used our Verizon wireless internet since Wi-Fi is only available near the office. Campground is very clean. When people check out, someone cleans the site and fire pit. It’s a nice touch. We did not use the showers or bathrooms. Laundry room was very clean and prices are reasonable. While here, we visited Egg Harbor, Sister Bay, Fish Creek, took the ferry to Washington Island, kayaked, and biked.

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Owners of this campground are elderly and have decided not to advertise due to health reasons. The owner is very friendly and accommodating. She gave us several brochures and flyers on attractions in Hayward. You need to be self-contained to camp here since there are no bathrooms or showers. It’s an open field right off Rte 63 in Hayward. The sites are all grassy pull-thrus with plenty of room between sites. Each site has 50 amp, water and sewer. There’s a picnic table and fire pit on each site. There is no Wi-Fi or cable. Our satellite reception was great. The campground is clean with little traffic noise. This is a nice campground with no frills, just bare minimums. While here, we canoed the Namekagon River and hiked the Trego Nature Trail. We would definitely stay here again if passing through.

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This is a small campground, but well maintained. Most sites are tent trailer sites with 30 amp and water. It could be a challenge for large RVs over 38 feet since all sites are back-in sites. Roads are dirt and gravel, rough and narrow. A few sites have cable, 50 amp, water and sewer. We had one of these back-in sites. The bathrooms (toilet only) are outside and showers are inside. Showers are metered charging $1.50 for 5 minutes. Even though we didn’t use them, they were very clean. There’s no laundry on premises. Store has a limited selection of RV supplies, ice, and wood only. Office hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Their Wi-Fi is fast and had excellent cable reception. Our Verizon cell phone worked fine. The park is close to downtown Bayfield. While here, we visited downtown Bayfield; took a boat cruise to Madeline Island and took the Grand Tour of the Apostle Islands. We also went blueberry and raspberry picking in Bayfield.

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This is a very small campground with a lot of tent sites. The RV sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Roads and sites are dirt and gravel. Showers and bathrooms are very clean. Our Verizon wireless Internet and cell phone reception was adequate. No cable reception, but our satellite worked fine. While here, we visited the Glensheen Historic Estate which is located on the shores of Lake Superior 5 miles north of downtown Duluth. Price was high since we only had 30 amp and water.

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This is a real nice and quiet campground. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Some roads are paved, others are sand. Most sites are back-ins with gravel. Sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone worked fine. Showers and laundry room are very clean. Negative is no cable; however, we were able to get locals and satellite. There are walking trails nearby and close to a water park and zoo. Nearby attractions include Mall of America, the the Museum of Science in St. Paul, St. Anthony’s Falls and Dam, and the Stone Arch Bridge.

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The owners of this park put a lot of money into it. They planted a lot of trees. Built a man-made lake on the property. Built new office, bathrooms, showers and laundry room. They plan to expand further. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They provided us with a package of things to do in the area on check-in. The campground and grounds are gorgeous and clean. Every site is a back-in with sufficient room between sites. Every site has a concrete pad and patio, fire ring, grass and trees. Showers were immaculate. Our Verizon wireless internet and cell phone worked fine. Negative is no cable and weren’t able to get locals because of the bluffs in the area. Our satellite dish worked fine. While here, we visited Effigy Mounds NM and downtown Elkader.

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This park is small, clean and easy access from I-80. Staff was helpful in giving us directions to nearby Walmart. There are a lot of seasonals in the park. Every site is a pull-through with sufficient room between sites. Every site is long with gravel, patio, fire ring, grass and trees. Showers were very clean. Our Verizon Internet and cell phones worked fine. No cable, but we were able to get locals on our high definition TV. While here, we visited President Hoover’s Presidential Museum, Library, and National Historic Site.

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This is probably one of the nicest KOAs we’ve stayed in. It’s super friendly with lots of activities. They had wine tasting and a lot of weekend activities for kids. They served ice cream at $1.00 per scoop. They also serve great pizzas and wings. Pool was packed since it was over 90 degrees. Our Verizon internet card and cell phone worked fine. We had one of the better sites in the park – site 14 had 50 amp and full hookups. We also had a shade tree. There’s a lot of room if you have a 50 amp site. You are side by side and tight squeeze if you’re on a 30 amp site. Our Direct TV satellite worked well. Negatives are no cable, no local grocery stores and flies when you eat outside. While here, we visited Winterset – John Wayne’s birthplace and six covered bridges.

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This is a typical overpriced KOA campground. Sites are very narrow and on top of each other. Neighbor’s sewer hose was extremely close to our picnic table. It’s not appealing when eating outside. Sites are mostly dirt with little gravel. It’s very hard to navigate through the campground. Trees provide great shade in 100 degree temps. Pool is refreshing in these temps. We weren’t able to connect to their Wi-Fi. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet card worked well. Extended cable was one of the main reasons we stayed here. Showers and bathrooms were clean. While here we visited Boys Town, TD Ameritrade College World Series Stadium, Gerald Ford’s Birthplace and Gardens, and Old Downtown Omaha.

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This is a nice quiet park. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Roads and sites are gravel. Pull-through sites are long with plenty of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Cable, Wi-Fi, and cell phone reception were very good. Showers and laundry room are very clean. Wash is $1.50 and dryer is $0.75. Pool is wide open with no shade trees or umbrellas; however, it’s clean. There’s a hot tub for adults. We don’t have kids, but they have a lot of amenities for them such as a playground, pull-trains, pool, etc. During our stay we visited Homestead NM of America and downtown Lincoln.

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We’ve been going cross country for 5 years and this campground is in the top 5 worse campgrounds we ever stayed in. The park is located on farmland converted to a campground. There is a cell tower in the campground. High voltage power lines run right over the campground. There are a lot of old and run down trailers in this park. Dirt roads lead to the backside of the campground. The sites are gravel with LARGE rocks and mostly dirt. Sites are close to each other. There are no shade trees and with high 90 degree temps, we had to run our ACs constantly. There are 2 self contained bathrooms: toilet, sink and shower in one room. Bare bones but clean. Wi-Fi was fast. Verizon cell phone reception was excellent. This park should be used for only an overnight stay. While here, we visited The Great Platte River Road Archway Monument.

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This is a nice and small campground with full hook-ups. It has cable, long concrete pads and grass between every site. Verizon cell phone and campground’s Wi-Fi worked well. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Negatives are trains blowing their whistles and dogs barking frequently. There’s a Wal-Mart and Safeway in Scotts Bluff. During our stay, we visited Scotts Bluff NM, Chimney Rock, Oregon Trail, and Agate Fossil Beds NM.