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There are two sides to the park: one is paved the other is gravel. Both have level paved sites. The gravel side has the full hookups and is very dusty. Very tightly controlled by patrolling park rangers. No bypass lane for registered campers so if you run to the store and get behind two or three campers at the gate on your way back you could wait a long time. We waited 41 minutes behind three campers.

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Nice campground with a nice pool, paved roads and paved sites with gravel between. One block from a Walmart. We normally don't like to pay 37 dollars a night but it was close to family. The park is about 50 percent permanent or long term residents scattered throughout.

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Stayed four nights in July of 2005. This place is fairly well kept up, except the playground. The sites are all gravel very small and very tight to get in and out of. They also forgot to mention in their ad or on their web site that they charge extra if you use a credit card. Or as they like to say "a discount if you pay cash". Either way it is not mentioned until you use your credit card to pay. Not even when you call to make a reservation, with your card. The entire campground is very close to the interstate if the ground shaking doesn't keep you awake you will need earplugs to sleep!