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We got into the campground late at night. The check-in was quick. Then the guy led us out to our site and watched as we backed in. That was nice for him to take us to our site late at night when it was dark. The campground itself was one of the quietest I think I have ever been to. The back-in sites are a little on the shorter side. We parked our 5th wheel and then parked the truck in an open lot just across from the 5th wheel. It was very convenient for us. We were here for 2 days and wish we could have been here longer as there is a lot to see in the area with Lake Michigan being just down the road. There are 2 other campgrounds within a mile of this one, they are closer to town. The staff we met was very friendly and the place was kept clean. I would definitely come back here again if in the area.

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Stayed here for just an overnight. We had a pull in blackout site. Had an odd layout, but it was fairly quiet and seemed as though we had seasonals around us. Had a dog park and a nice pool. It is right next door to an amusement park. Hookups were all good.

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This is an old COE park. Jellystone has recently purchased it and is in the process of fixing it up and putting the Jellystone touches on it. They are working on building 2 waterslides and it said that they were also going to build a ranger station. They did not have either done yet as of August 2016. I think that the price was high for what they had to offer. It is advertised as a Jellystone and it is, but they do not have the amenities of a Jellystone yet. They have a lake to swim in with a huge inflatable out in it to play on. The kids enjoyed the inflatable "Wibit." The sites themselves I thought were very big and spacious. We were in A3, and it was huge. Most of the other sites in the area were very big also. The sites offered water and 50 AMP electricity. The bathrooms appeared not to have been updated recently. I think it will come in the near future, but they were not the nicest we had seen. The park does need better signage directing you to sites and areas of the park.

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This is a campground just outside of the downtown area of Williams. The sites were level, a bit close together and the noise from the trains going through was extremely loud. They had a nice walking path around the outside of the park. It was only about 2-3 blocks from downtown Williams. They do have a visitors center in town and it has all the information for things n the area including the Grand Canyon. We drove up to the Grand Canyon and spent a day while there. It is an easy 1:15 trip up to it. I thought that it was a little on the expensive side since they really did not have much to offer. The bathrooms and washer/dryer building is very nice. No fire ring, but did have a small picnic table.

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This was a nice park that filled up quickly as it was right along the freeway and easy access. All the sites appeared to be full hookups and were all pull-through. They had a nice pool and a dog run for your pet to be able to run. It was very noisy being along I-70, but having the A/C and a fan on made it able to sleep and not hear the road noise. No real mature trees to provide shade.

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This park was a nice stop for us. The things we did not like was that the site we had was in too busy of part of the park. They had many dog walking areas and none of them had a blade of grass in them. The rock smelled like dog pee and the rock was very hot for the dogs to walk on during the day. Our dog did not even want to be in the area. They had along list of rules that everyone was to abide by. I have no problem with rules, but some were just common sense. The guards at the front entrance were all nice and friendly.

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We have stayed here in the past and everything is nice and it is a State Park with full hookups. The only thing that was of concern was that they had not mowed the grass in quite some time. The rest of the park is very well maintained.

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Nice state park in Utah. The park was in town next to a golf course. We were in site 35 and it had a very odd layout. We made it work. The sites were water and electric only with 50 amp service. The water pressure was very low. It was a nice quiet park. We would stay here again.

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Very nice clean park up on top of the hill on the west side of Albuquerque. With the exception of 2 things, cable TV was fuzzy and the road noise, everything else was too notch. The sites were nice paved sites, level and very well cared for. We would stay here again, just try to get a site near the back. Overall a very nice looking park.

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This is a nice campground along the banks of the Missouri River. It was nice and quiet and our site was right along the river. We had a water and electric site only, but that worked very good for our 1 night stay. The campground had some full hookups, but they might have all been seasonal. The park itself was not the neatest we ever saw, but being along the river and the view really more than made up for that. We would certainly come back if in the area.

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We stayed here during the week and it was fairly quiet. The check-in process was extremely slow. The young kids at check-in could have been more knowledgeable about things at the park and in the area. They did offer a waterpark and a man made pond for swimming. The did have alot of things at the park to do. Soccer, basketball, jumpy pillow, bike and skateboard area. The kids had a great time. We stayed at a wooded site just behind the office, it was fairly private quiet and not far from the bathhouse. They have many seasonal and you could not see or hear them from the area we were at. You would not know this park was near as big as it was without going and walking around. We will most likely be back. The kids enjoyed playing BINGO.

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This is the 2nd time we have been here and we really enjoy it. Our site had 50 amp service, no water hookups, electric only. We had a long site and they all seem to very wooded and private. Some of the sites at the beginning seem to be very step to back into them. Just follow the brown signs of I-94 and it will take you right to the campground. The campground entrance is on Dugan Road. The fire ring was not the best, but that is minor. It was quiet, wooded, and private. We really enjoyed it.

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We really enjoyed the State Park. The site we had was a tough one to back into, but we made it. The park has a lot of nice sites and they are all now reserveable now in advance. I would strongly recommend having a reservation here if you plan on staying on a weekend. We went and did the cave tour and also visited Historic Forestville. We enjoyed Historic Forestville much more. Like previous reviews say, there is no cell service. You can go to the top of the hill a couple of miles away and get service to make calls. We would definitely go here again.

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Nice campground in the Wisconsin Dells area. It is about 5 minutes off of I90/I94. Campground had a lot of tall mature pine trees and was very quiet as we stayed during the week. We had a full hookup site that was very nice. We would probably stay here again when in the area as it seems the other campgrounds in the area are not that nice and the sites tend to be smaller. Everything was in good working order and they had a game room and a swimming pool.

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I am not one to leave poor reviews, but this place was not good. We stayed here while visiting relatives in the area. We had reservations for 2 days and we stayed one day and left. We had a full hook-up site reserved and paid for in advance. We arrived and checked in and went back to our site and the was only about 35' long and that was being generous. They knew when I made the reservation that I had a 38' 5th wheel, it was also on the paperwork at check in and they still assigned me the site. After sitting at the site and trying to figure out how a trailer was to even park in here, one of the office staff drove out and pointed out to me how they generally park in here. He comment "you have a big unit for this site." I went back to the office and picked a different site, got a water and electric from a full hook up we were originally to have that was paid for. I ask them if there was any difference in price and they said it was about $20 difference , but there would be a $10 site transfer charge and it would all have to be approved through the manager who would come and talk to me the next day. He never hunted me down to talk to me and never called me on my cell phone the number in which they had from my original reservation. I was very disappointed in there service and all the amenities that they were supposedly to have that we did not see. It appeared that the park was not very well maintained. The pool was nice, but had an awful lot of chlorine in it. I will not be returning and am still waiting on that phone call for my refunded difference from the manager.