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As other reviewers have said, this is a mobile home park with a small section for RVs. The RV lot is dirt and gravel but is very easy to get in and out no matter how big the rig. Nice people in office. Convenient to town and to Chiricahua National Monument. No cable because of the cable company trying to make the new owners pay the previous owner's bill. Good wifi. Best place to walk your dog is outside the entrance where there's a bit of greenery. Good for a short stay. Would stay again if in the area.

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Very nice park. Quiet, clean, great views, easy access. Good dog walk area. WiFi not so good. One of the nicest parks we've been in. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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As other reviewers have said, it's concrete and gravel but it's the desert. Spaces are close but well arranged and have easy access. Nicely landscaped and beautiful views of the mountains. Great people in office. Very good dog walk area. WiFi was slow but worked better than we were told it would. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Park is clean and attractive. It has quite a few long-term/permanent campers who must think it's okay. But for us there are a few things which make it unsatisfactory. Wi-fi is awful, totally inadequate for the rate paid . Most spaces have zero shade. Pull-throughs are "face-to-face" meaning your door is facing your neighbor's door. This would be very unpleasant with a gregarious neighbor who likes to be outside all the time with his radio playing and has lots of company. (Fortunately this neighbor was on our back side. His behavior was not the park's fault, but the face-to-face site arrangement makes this something you can't get away from.) The dog walk is a 10x10 patch of dirt and gravel enclosed in a chain link fence with a trash can and scooper. No place to walk a dog in the whole park that isn't gravel and either in the road or someone's space. With all the RV parks in the area, we wouldn't stay in this one again.

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Well laid out park. Easy access from hwy and spaces easy to enter and exit. Very nice people in office. Dog walk area was good. 20 miles from town, quiet with wide open spaces around it. Very nice laundry facilities. Down-graded for poor wifi.

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Concrete and gravel park so no dirt to blow around. Very nicely landscaped. Sites easy to enter and exit. Right on freeway but noise wasn't too bad. Wifi was terrible. Person in office was very helpful. Not far from the post so easy to get there to go to the commissary. Fuel station at campground gate is the same as the one on post so had good prices. Nice dog walk area but a bit far from the sites nearest the freeway. Sites are concrete with gravel strip between wheels, probably to eliminate oil dripping on the concrete. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Lovely park. One of the nicest we've ever stayed in. Well laid out and maintained. Easy big-rig access with level sites. Very quiet and peaceful, but still conveniently located to visit the area. Friendly and helpful people. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Good place to stay to do the battlefield and local museums. Well maintained. Very helpful office manager. Laundry was too small for us (only two washers and dryers) but there's a laundromat a few miles away. Shuttles run to and from the casino across the street. Would definitely stay again when in the area.

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Stayed three extra days because we liked it so much (total ten days). Quiet and peaceful. Off the beaten path but still very convenient for visiting the Lafayette area. Campground is very well maintained and well laid out. Not much room between sites and no picnic tables. Take your own stand if you have a grill that requires a table. All sites are pull-through and easy to maneuver with a long rig. Owner is extremely nice! Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Nice clean park, about 4 years old with no shade. Small trees have been planted but will take years to produce shade. Only 6 spaces are pull-through and only 5 of those are long enough for a 38 foot fifth wheel. All the other spaces are back-in and are at 90-degree angle to road making access very difficult. Convenient for visiting Lexington area. TV antenna reception good, Wi-Fi not usable. Would stay again only if a pull-through was available.

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Convenient for visiting the St Louis attractions and the Cahokia Indian Mounds. Adequately maintained for an old park. Only 50 amp spaces are on the row closest to the highway intersection. Noise made by big trucks stopping and starting at the traffic light is severe but this is fairly typical of urban campgrounds. Be prepared with earplugs. If 30 amps will work ask for a space further away from the road. Good antenna TV reception. Double pull-through spaces mean you have to back in if someone is in the other half. For fifth wheels with rear windows the view is of the back end of another RV just a few feet away. This is a good place to stay for visiting the area but not one to go to for days of peace and quiet. Will stay here again when in the area.

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Wonderful place! River-front spaces are concrete pads with unobstructed view of the river. Next rows back are gravel. It's so peaceful we could have spent a month there doing nothing but watching the river. Well laid out and maintained with easy big-rig access. Very easy to get to and from I-40 and I-55. Did not use the laundry. Will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Very friendly and helpful owners and staff. Easy access from I-40. Convenient for all area attractions. Nice trails through woods between the two sections. Main section has all pull-throughs. Excellent FREE Wi-Fi and satellite TV. We will always stay at this KOA when in the area.

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Campground is now a Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park. It's a nice, comfortable place to stay. Stayed 5 nights, Passport America rate shown. Sites are level and very large, both in length and width. Heavily shaded by pine trees. Nice clean laundry. Excellent wifi (although we're close to the transmitter). Lots of permanent campers, but most are in decent condition. Great place to walk dogs. Convenient for visiting Pensacola and the Gulf Shores area, but there isn't much to do close by. We would stay here again if we return to this area.

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Stayed two nights, Passport America rate. Very nice person checked us in. Huge park, clean and tidy. Long-term campers were in decent condition. Easy access, level pull-in spot with enough length for 38' 5th wheel plus truck. Decent amount of room on either side. Very good area to walk dogs. Just off I-75 but not close enough for traffic noise. Convenient for visiting Andersonville although there are other campgrounds closer. Would definitely stay again if in the area.