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My daughter and I stayed here for an overnight in a Class B RV. We arrived and the ranger was very helpful. We took a spot right in the upper part of the campground away from other people. It was a nice level concrete pad with plenty of space. The campground was very clean and people were nice. We were there during the week and it was not crowded at all. We used the 30 amp hookup. It seemed like the campground could accomadate large and small RV's though I did not see any pull throughs but I might be wrong on that. The spot was $20 and there is a $5 entrance fee for the park. We'd stay again for sure.

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My daughter and I stayed here for an overnight in a Class B RV. We arrived around 7 pm on a Wednesday after driving from Utah and there were only three other RV's there so we got to pick our spot. We parked on the east side of the restrooms 1 spot away and it was pleasant. There was only one long-termer there at the time and we were next to them, a younger couple with a dog. They were very quiet and nice enough. The other two spots were overnighters like us. We were sitting on a park bench by the lake eating our dinner when one of the local police drove up and said hello and told us to call if we needed anything. He said he would be driving through during the night several times to make sure everything was OK. That was nice of him to stop and talk to us. We had already paid at the self-pay when we arrived. We used the 30 amp hookup. All the spots are pull through and would be plenty big for a Class A with a Toad. We'd stay again for sure.

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My daughter and I stayed here for an overnight in a Class B RV. We arrived and the host was very helpful. We took a spot right on the lake. It was not level but we wanted to be by the lake for the evening. The campground was very clean and people were nice. We were there during the week and it was not crowded at all. We used the 30 amp hookup. If we were in our old Class A pusher it would have been tight getting around. This spot is great for smaller motorhomes and trailers but there seemed to be a few spots for the big ones. We'd stay again for sure.

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Stayed here for the Bataan Memorial Death March weekend. The park was clean and tidy. There are long-termers living here but no problems. It was easy access to interstate and getting around inside the park. The motel has seen better days and, being judgmental, I probably would not entertain staying in there. But the park was just fine and I'd be happy to stay there again. It felt safe and I didn't mind walking the dog late at night at all. I actually enjoyed getting back there in the evenings and relaxing.

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Easy to get to. Clean. Large and smaller sites. Everything was great. Lots of room to walk dog. Walk to Cabela's store. Wal-Mart down the road (no overnight camping at that Wal-Mart) for supplies. Take a little time and travel the old Lincoln Highway out of Sidney and enjoy the western Nebraska scenery and small towns if you have the time. Would stay again!

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2nd stay at this campground. Stayed here also in 2010. Still nice and clean. Quiet, stayed on Sunday night but there were no races at nearby racetrack. Interstate noise not bad. South end of ground has monthly renters. Pet friendly. No issues, would gladly stay again.

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We stayed for an overnight here and to go to Biltmore Estate the next morning. The staff was very accommodating for us to stay a little extra the next day if needed if we ran long at Biltmore and didn't' get back in time for checkout. I booked online for a pull-through but got a back-in site. Not a big deal since we were going to unhook and go out for dinner on arrival, but it made it a little inconvenient when leaving and had to hook back up in the driveway. The sites are close together, and some other campers were letting their kids run amok amongst other camp sites. THE TRAIN came through at least 5 times overnight, blaring the horn. Wow, it was close. Very loud. I love trains, but not when they wake me up so much at night, and I have to drive the next day. Kids liked the arcade and shop. Unfortunately we didn't have time to try the fishing or anything, but it looked fun. But the train: for that reason I will probably try another campground in the area next time through.

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Don't let the approach to the park fool you. This is a nice place to stay. The road to the park takes you past a salvage auction and a race track. This is a very old park that the owners are fixing up. Not sure what one reviewer is talking about but the pool was redone 3 years ago and is in great shape. People were in it all the time and the playground always had kids on it. The owner is hands on and attentive to the rules of the campground and pool. She kept the pool open longer for us when there were kids in there enjoying it. We stayed on the north end of the campground so the interstate noise was not bad. It looks like the south end would have to endure more noise. Nice central location between Omaha and Lincoln so it's easy to visit both cities. Would stay here again for sure.

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Good for an overnight. Seems clean and staff was friendly. We were escorted to our site. No problems with hook-ups. Easy access to North Platte if you are visiting there or going to the UP railyard and museum. Diner next door has good food for cheap.

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Very nice people. Name of the park made us think it would be noisy but it's not. We only stayed overnight and did not use much in the park but it looked well kept. WiFi was not working while we were here. Owners knew about it and told us on check-in. Easy to maneuver around with a big rig and toad. Would stay again.

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A great park. Large trees, great landscaping, wide roads and great sites. Easy access to all things in the area. Nice clubhouse with indoor pool and workout room. Very clean and well kept. Negatives: Had Wi-Fi issues the whole time here. Staff is far down the scale on friendliness compared to many other parks. Was told we were reserved a pull-through and it was not. No street signs to help navigate the park. We would stay again for sure though, a really beautiful park in a great destination.

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Great owners of the park. There were very helpful and friendly. This is an old motel property that has been converted. That leads to the charm for me. I only give it a lower rating because there is no security. Our site was along a side road, right next to the road. Neighbors across the street made me a little nervous but the owners said they know everybody. We had no problems though, I just prefer more security. That said I would go back and I'll just ask for a site inside the motel court or not next to the road. You can't beat the price and friendliness for a 50 amp full hookup.

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Very convenient campground for Williams and especially if you are riding the train to the Grand Canyon. You are just a couple blocks from downtown Williams and Route 66. Not really sure what we paid for the RV site as we got a package with the RV park, train ride and more. Wife didn't really care for the campgrounds since it was like a parking lot and no wood fires allowed. True, there is no rustic charm to the grounds. It is just a glorified parking lot, but for a stay in Williams it just doesn't get any more convenient.

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This is a great campground. Has friendly owners and staff. Great views all around. It is a little tight for big rigs but nothing unmanageable. We moved after the first night to the site next door since it was a little wider. Owners had no problem. Cleanest showers and bathrooms I've seen in a campground also. No TV or radio stations so have your satellite ready. Also no cell service except in town a few miles up the road. Internet at campground seemed to go down quite a bit and that was my only real complaint. Would stay here again for sure.

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Nice resort with level concrete sites and a great location to Hoover Dam, Las Vegas and Lake Mead. All back in sites so no pull-throughs, but the owner will take you there and direct you in. Pretty quiet location for being in town. Internet got a little spotty at times. A great home base for the area.