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Small camping area behind motel on Hwy#62, but no traffic noise. Spaces are all long pull-throughs on asphalt with grass between. Poor picnic tables (wood is curving so much many aren't usable). Excellent wifi and antenna-tv reception. Most are short-term for sightseers. A few not-nice permanents. Nice owner. Limited area to walk dogs. Price is very high for what is offered but it's based on Niagara Falls being only 14 miles away. Would stay again if in area.

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Beautiful park in quiet location, convenient to I-90 and Lake Erie. Well landscaped and very clean. Mostly seasonal spaces. Short-term spaces are all pull-through but not at all level front to back and some have trees to negotiate. We parked towards the back of our space and did okay. No antenna-tv reception. Must pay for wifi - $3/1 day, $5/2 days, etc. Also must pay to use AC. They do not allow electric heaters at all so beware in cool weather. The very long list of "DO NOTS" plus no tv and extra charges for wifi and AC irritated us so much we will look for another campground if back in the area.

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The only campground convenient to the boat tour to Isle Royale. Only 4 pull-thrus. #7 and #9 both have outstanding views of the lake and have no one near them. Wifi erratic, no antenna-tv reception, only ATT&T works there. We were told if we had Verizon we'd probably connect with a Canadian tower and incur huge unexpected charges so we turned our phones off. Laundry has only one washer and dryer but they worked okay and were reasonable ($2.00 & $1.50). Manager works out of marina and wasn't there when he was supposed to be. Several people arriving Friday afternoon with reservations had no way of registering or finding out what sites they were in and no one knew where he was. They were extremely upset. Trading Post nearby has gas and minimal groceries but it beats driving 35 miles to Grand Marais. We enjoyed the solitude and beautiful view, but if you've seen Isle Royale and Grand Portage National Monument, there's no reason to go back. If we were going to do it again we'd stay in Grand Marais and drive up to Grand Portage to do those two parks in one day.

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Beautiful location on the river but a lot of sites have no view of the water. Many have only a view of other campers. Sites are angled so that it's difficult to get a view of the water if all your windows are on the right side (passenger side). Our pull-thru had to be backed in to because of the location of the electric box and fire pit and it appeared to be the only one without a picnic table. 30 amp power was steady. Wifi was barely okay. Very nice dump station. Noisy kids all over until 11:00 pm but after that was very quiet. The place books up very quickly so get reservations as early as possible. Far more positives than negatives. We will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Small and very tight park with a few real pull-thrus. Owner said wifi wasn't working properly and seemed very unconcerned about it. No antenna TV reception. Heavy tree coverage would make satellite reception difficult. Convenient location for seeing Voyageur National Park. Nothing else to do in the area. Site #17 is easiest to get in and out of for big rigs. It's narrow so steps come out over a slope which is tough for mobility challenged. Adjoining nice neighborhood and Little League ballpark are great places to walk dogs. They can even be off-leash at the ballpark. Would stay again.

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Right on the Red Lake River, absolutely beautiful! Extremely well maintained grounds and spotless bathrooms. Numerous water/electric hook-ups and lots of area for tents. All camping areas are grass, driving is on dirt roads. Sites on non-river side are pull-through because you can drive through the grass with your rig as long as there's room. A big part of this business is tubing on the river so they rent tubes and drive tubers to a drop-off spot 4 miles up river. Owned by the nicest people we've ever met. A lot of campers are there for the tubing and can get a little noisy at night but security patrols the grounds to keep the noise down and make sure it's off at 11:00. This is our new favorite place!

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Convenient to interstate for a one-night stop but not close enough to hear traffic. Very well-maintained park. Nice fenced dog park plus good places to walk a dog. Would definitely stay again.

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Beautiful immaculate little park. Didn't use the bathrooms but went in to check them out and they were spotless. The couple managing the place couldn't be nicer. They serve breakfast, which we couldn't stay for, but it sounded wonderful. Easy to enter and exit. Very convenient to I-29 but not close enough to hear it. Would definitely stay again.

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Good place for an overnight convenient to I-40. Register at restaurant next to campground. Our space was a bit challenging to get into because of the concrete pad with high edges which needed to be avoided. Other spaces would have been difficult because of trees. Good wifi and over-air TV. Road noise not a problem. Very good value for $20. Will stay again if in the area.

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Small park very conveniently located right off I-40. (Strange entry behind a restaurant, ask owner for directions or study google maps satellite view to understand how to get in.) Noise from interstate was not a problem. Spaces level with easy entry and exit. Ideal place for an overnight while traveling. No bathrooms or showers so being self-contained is necessary. Owner is extremely nice and helpful. Will definitely stay again if in area.

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This is a convenient final stop for us before home when traveling east on I-40. Office staff is nice. Campground is neat, clean and attractive. No traffic noise. A few spaces look possibly tricky to exit due to trees but we've had no trouble so far. No trouble leveling. Lots of shade. Good wifi. Will definitely stay again.

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Excellent place for a one night stay, or more if you have things to do in the area. Very attractive, neat and clean park. Easy access to I-24. Groceries, etc., off the next exit four miles away. We were in the front section with water and electric only (we didn't need sewer for only one night) and it turned out to be fortunate because we were the farthest away from I-24. Spaces in the back section with full hook-ups had more noise. Spaces are level with easy in and out. Good wi-fi. Will definitely stay again if in the area.

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Loved this park with its gorgeous views of the Santa Fe area. Convenient to interstate without the noise. Good wifi and over-air TV. Level site with easy entry and exit. Nice dog walk around park and a fenced dog area so dogs can run around. Loved the metal sculptures too. High priced, especially for not having a pool, but everything in Santa Fe is expensive so it wasn't a surprise.

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This is a private park right off I-27, very convenient for visiting Palo Duro Canyon but not in the state park. If it weren't for the convenience and not wanting to take our big 5th wheel down the steep road into the canyon we wouldn't have been there. Office person was very nice but the whole place is a dump. Overgrown with weeds, permanent rigs in varying states of decay, spaces too close together, area further down the street looked like a slum. It looked so bad we were really nervous about staying there but no one bothered us during our two days there. Would absolutely not stay again, but we'll never go to Palo Duro Canyon again either. Once was enough. Right after going to the major national parks out west it was definitely underwhelming.

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Very nice park with a lovely view. Convenient to town of Moab and to both national parks without being in the middle of downtown traffic. Beautifully maintained. Sites very close together but easy to get in and out. Adequate space to walk dogs plus a fenced dog park. Good wifi and TV reception. Would stay again if we ever get back to that area.