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Stayed here for an overnight stop while passing through the area. This is an excellent park for an overnight. Website is helpful - owners very friendly - good service. Sites are all gravel - mostly pull-through with a few backins. Lots of room to stay hooked up for overnight. Water, Electric, Sewer all worked well. That is, until a late arrival parked next to us and for some unknown reason, plugged into the 30 amp in the same pedestal that we were plugged into with 50 amp. Once they got up in the morning, our Progressive tripped every 5 minutes. I'm guessing they were cooking or turned a space heater on or something, drawing down our power enough to kick off the Progressive. Funny, I always put a Y on the water before my pressure reducer - they even connected to our water instead of the one designated for their site. We were able to get satellite just fine. There is a laundromat on site. Anyway.....great park....highly recommend for an overnight.

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Stayed for one night while passing through the area. An excellent spot for an overnight stay. All staff that we came in contact with were friendly and helpful. We were in a pull-through that was gravel. Clean, long enough for 40' TH and truck. Water, sewer, cable, and electric worked well. Didn't try the wifi. There is a small dog run. No highway noise (surprising). There was some noise from trains, but we were enjoying sleeping with the windows open so no complaints. Recommend if you're passing through the area and need an overnight.

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Stayed 5 nights and 6 days while attending a conference at the convention center. The park is neat, clean, well laid out, and a fair price - especially considering how close it is to downtown, Riverwalk, Alamo, etc (10-15 minutes drive). We had a pull through - they're all long enough for vehicle and tow. Utilities were fine and worked well. They do have high water pressure, so make sure you have a pressure regulator. We had a problem on site #100. We have 4-step entry stairs and the patio on that site is higher than the gravel, so we couldn't get the steps down. We moved over to #99 and all was good. Nice laundry area - 8 washers and 8 dryers ($1.25 per load). Pool looked nice. Mexican restaurant across the street is good. Walmart not too far away. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Highly recommend!

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Stayed here for one night while passing through the area. We called about mid-day on a Sunday and the staff was very helpful and accommodating. We arrived well after the office closed and our package was waiting with everything we asked for. Long gravel pull-throughs with lots or room for 40' TH and Ram dually. All utilities in good position and worked well. No cable (due to a problem with the cable provider), but there were a ton of over the air stations available. A lot of trees, so good shade (but iffy satellite). Close to I-35, but no noise. This was a good park and it is VERY convenient to all that Austin has to offer.

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Quick, overnight stay as we passed through the area on our way to Texas. This park is very close and convenient to the freeway, on the SW corner of I-35 and I-44 (but almost zero freeway noise). Staff in the office were super friendly and helpful. Pull-through site long enough for 40' toyhauler and Ram dually. Wifi not much, but cable was good. All utilities convenient and worked well. Enough room between sites to be comfortable. This is a very nice park and we would definitely return if we are ever back in the OKC area!

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Stayed for one night while passing through the area. Quite a way off of I-44, but that makes for a quiet night! Gravel roads & gravel sites. Utilities worked correctly. Good power, water, and sewer. We couldn't get wifi. No cable. Too shady for satellite. only 1 station over the air. As mentioned by others, the owner is VERY friendly, very accomodating and always working outside and doing something to improve the property. We're not sure what else is in the area for recreation activities, but this would be a good base camp while out and about during the day.

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Stayed 4 days while visiting family in the area. This is a very quiet park on the grounds of a large Christian conference center on Cedar Lake. Road and sites were gravel. Sites were level. Utilities worked well, but the locations for water and electric were a little strange (shared posts) so we needed our electric and water extensions to reach. Good WiFi - the best we've experienced in our 3 month trip! No cable. Lots of trees on most sites, so you've got shade, but satellite would be difficult on most sites. Restrooms and showers convenient and clean. No laundry. Close walk to lake and small beach. Very quiet at night. Someone else mentioned the railroad tracks and train. We counted 2 per day - one in the morning and one in the evening....that's it. Very friendly staff. A peaceful, restful place. We will definitely return when back in the area.

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Stayed 2 nights while visiting friends in Grand Rapids. This is a VERY nice park - but it sure was packed on a summer weekend! Lots of kids and golf carts. A lot of the sites appear to be seasonal and there are a few semi-permanent park models that are rented out, but everything was spotless. We had a large pull-through site what was plenty big enough for our 40' 5th wheel + Ram dually. Utility locations were a bit strange, but we got it all hooked up just fine. Utilities worked well. No trees in the park itself, so satellite access is good. Also good cable. Wifi was slow and unuseable as seems to be the norm in every park we have been in. Good security - gated access. There is a dog run/park, but it is quite a hike from where the sites are. We ended up driving when we took the dog. Nice park - we would stay again if in the area.

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Stayed here for a week while visiting family nearby. Arrived on Civic Holiday and the place was packed. Staff at checkin was cordial and helpful. Back in site with a little bit of gravel and grass. Utilities worked fine - no problems. This looks like an old, repurposed farm, so everything is out in the open and there is no shade. 1/2 of the park are full time/seasonal, but are pretty neat and well-kept. Our site was immediately adjacent to the dumpsters which were full when we arrived and didn't get picked up for a week (I assume because of the holiday). Staff came around a couple of times and tamped them down with a backhoe....which just succeeded in stirring up the flies. Pool looked good (but crowded). There were no campfires allowed due to a burn ban in effect. You pay for wifi - and it was terrible. Use your own hotspot. They charge for visitors - $5 each for seniors). Good security with strict gate access. No cable, but we were able to get satellite very easily since there were no trees. This park met our needs for a convenient spot close to family. I wouldn't call of a resort - that's a bit of a stretch.

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This was a nice place and we would definitely return if in the area. It is part of a larger recreational complex that includes hiking/biking trails and a large equestrian park. It was, or is a government park that is now owned or managed by the same folks who developed the Kanata area and also own and manage the Brookstone hotel and The Marshes Golf Club. All sites are large and in the woods. Although other sites may be in view, you have a real sense of privacy due to all of the trees. Water and 30 amp power. No sewer sites, but there is a dump station. We did laundry: there are 5 washers and 5 dryers that were clean and worked well. $2 per load. Numerous restrooms and showers. Nothing fancy, but clean and they work. There is a wifi hotspot at each bathhouse and at the office, but the signal doesn't reach very far. We saw lots of folks standing around the bathhouses using their electronic devices. The park is quiet, although as someone else mentioned, you're not too far from the 417. But compared to other places we've stayed, the traffic noise was minimal. The staff was VERY friendly and helpful! Hard to believe someplace this nice exists only 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa!

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A very nice park in a beautiful location. We had a pull through patio site. Plenty of room, good utility connections. VERY friendly and helpful staff. Too many trees for satellite, but cable had a decent selection of channels. Wifi worked well during the day, but at night, when everyone was in and ignoring the request to not be a data hog (printed right on the park map), it slowed down as it does in most places. Convenient location for scenic drives and sightseeing. Highly recommend if you're in the area. This is NOT your typical KOA (in a good way).

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Based on other reviews, we didn't go in with many expectations. However, we were pleasantly surprised....it turned out OK. We only stayed for 2 nights, but it was quiet and peaceful in what you would think would be an urban area. As other reviewers have mentioned, you need to make your entry to Flanders-Netcong Rd off of Old Ledgewood Road. If you try to come in off International, it deadends before you get to the park. The terrain is hilly, but we navigated it just fine with a 40' toyhauler (57' overall length). We had a pull-through site that was long enough. Water, power, and sewer worked just fine. Not a big site, but adequate. No cable. Satellite is unlikely due to lots and lots of trees. Over the air TV was VERY limited. There is WiFi, but as we have found in every park we've stayed in, it is slow. Our ATT & Verizon hotspots worked well. The owner is working on making things better, but it's not an overnight process. We would return if we were in the area.

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Just finished up a week at Ben Franklin. This is a smaller family-owned park. Used to be a mobile home park, but is gradually being shifted over to a full-on RV park. Only a couple of mobile homes left. The family members who are running it are working hard and doing a great job. They just have a ways to go yet. Mix of back-ins and pull throughs. Variety of site lengths. Sites not clearly delineated, but you can figure it out. Utilities worked well, although the sewer was a stretch for us. No cable. Only a few shaded sites, so satellite worked well. Good water pressure. Convenient to York - especially the west side. There is definitely highway noise. It is right up against the ramp from old US 30 onto Bypass 30 and the truck jake brakes can be pretty loud. Other than that, we would encourage you to give these folks a try! Let's help them be successful!

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This park is a hidden gem. We would never have expected to find a place like this in the DC metro area. It is a public/regional park that includes a huge day-use area, a water park, a shooting range, an events center, and a campground. Roads are paved, sites are gravel. A mix of back in and pull-through sites. The pull-throughs are loop sites. Sites have picnic tables, fire ring (wood available at campground store) and all utilities except cable. Utilities were modern and worked well. Some are in funny places related to the rest of the site. All sites back into or face into wooded area with squirrels, foxes, and deer. The shooting range is nearby and active during the day, but is done by nightfall. You are under the approaches for Dulles Airport, but airplane noise was minimal. No cable, satellite is unlikely due to trees, but there are a ton of over the air channels available in the DC area. Staff were friendly. Park was quiet and clean. We will definitely return here on our next visit to the DC area.

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As the owner told us, this place is NOT an RV Resort. It is, however, a perfectly acceptable place to stay that is quiet and close/convenient to Pinehurst. We came for the golf, not for lounging at the RV park. As others have described, this is a small (16 spaces) RV park located at a private airport. The spaces themselves are mostly back-in, with a couple of pull-throughs. Most of the spots are taken by long-term renters, but no problems there, other than they go to work early. Utilities worked, although we had low water pressure. I wouldn't count on getting satellite access - there are a LOT of trees. You might get lucky, but probably not. No cable, but we got a bunch of over-the-air channels from Raleigh and Greensboro. Awesome place for a dog - lots of room to roam and play! No facilities at all - no restrooms or showers - you need to be self-contained. The Pik-n-Pig BBQ restaurant across the street is excellent - and busy. The good news is they close at 8. After that, it is very quiet and dark (no night operations at the airport). Note that the restaurant is cash or local check only (ATM on site). The RV park is also cash or check - no credit cards. The owner is very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if we go to play more golf at Pinehurst!