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If you stay here try to get a space in the "Frontier" section as all the roads and sites are Asphalt pavement. If you get put in the "Outback" you will have a asphalt paved road but your site and the shoulders will be gravel. They charge the same price for all sites in both the Frontier and Outback sections. The Gravel site we had was not level so it took some time to level up our travel trailer. The one nice feature about all the sites is that they all have a concrete patio so there is no need to put down an outdoor rug or mat. And the patio is big enough for chairs and the picnic table they supply. There is not much if any shade. The cable had lots of TV channels. And though there are some long term residents, the sites were well kept and it was quiet at night. I took points off my rating due to no Good Sam discount for a 6 night stay (or week) and no discount for a gravel site vs. the nicer asphalt sites. The only amenities that this place is missing is a pool and store.

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We have stayed here before the current ownership change and always loved it. This time we experienced issues. We could never get their Wi-Fi to work except when in the office and the staff didn't seem to care that it wasn't working. We also went to sit in the spa/hot tub and were greeted with cold water and jets that weren't working, again the staff seemed disinterested. There was at least one restroom that was out of service for our entire 5 day stay. And it has always bugged me that you have to pay to use the showers.

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Based on the prior reviews we had planned to spend the night here in our 27' travel trailer. Before checking in we noticed the sign that the campground was for sale. The small above ground salt swimming pool had cloudy water. The wife said the restrooms (total of four) had one toilet and one shower in each. Since we were traveling with 3 children we decided to continue west to try to find more suitable accommodations. Campground would probably be fine for a self-contained, overnight stay.

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Very nice publicly owned campground on Lake Shawnee. Site was level but sloped to the rear, room for slides and awnings. We stayed in a 30 amp site and the restrooms by these sites appear to be relatively new and air conditioned. Nice laundry room in each restroom building too. Campground has its own swim area, but each site can get 4 passes to the public swim area which has slides, water trampoline and water fountains. Our kids had a blast at the public swim area. Highly recommend.

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This was a stopover for us on a longer trip. I would have rated this campground higher had the site we had been level. Since the site was not level I had to disconnect for the night and spent a lot of extra time leveling our trailer which is not fun late at night after a long drive. The restrooms and showers were clean and the staff was friendly. Their fuel discount though is a joke, diesel was cheaper just up the road we found out. The nightly rate of $40 we paid was for two adults and three children including any taxes

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This was a stop over campground on a longer trip. Very friendly staff and very clean restrooms and showers. The sight was very level allowing us to leave our trailer hitched overnight for a quick departure in the morning. The added bonus was a copy of the local paper on our doorstep in the morning. I would stay here again if passing through.

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This RV park is also known as Taylor Park Trading Post, it is located very near the Taylor Park Reservoir. You are high up in the mountains here, so don't expect a lot of frills. But if fishing, hiking, ATVs or mining are you thing, this is a great place to stay. The sites were level. The restrooms and showers look new and are very clean. Since everything is gravel, it is a bit dusty. An added bonus is the new cellphone tower erected very near the campground.