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Very nice and clean park on the outskirts of Georgetown. Host and staff are courteous. Residents here have well kept RV's. Very long pull through's This is a good stop for an overnight if traveling north-south on I-35 or for an extended visit to the greater Austin metropolitan area. As others have said, the approach is complicated by the arrangement of the SH130 turnpike/I35 interchange in the immediate area. Your GPS may even take you through a residential area, but it was no problem for my trailer. Payment is by cash or check.

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This is a beautiful, well run park on the banks of the White River. We had a back in site right on the river. The owner is friendly and very helpful. The town of Cotter is not large, but a couple of restaurants and convenience stores are available. Fishing supplies and guide services are also available. Mountain Home, with many more options, is about 10 miles away. Here it is about friendly people, fishing and sitting on a riverside in the scenic Ozarks. The laundry room was nice and had a chest freezer for storing the fish you have caught during your stay.

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I must say, this has to be one of the quietest & most peaceful parks I have ever visited. It is near no major highways, airports or major rail lines and we visited Sunday evening and early week in the fall, so few families were there. It was mainly older adults there enjoying the solitude. There is a power plant directly across the lake, but it is a quiet one. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is well laid out and well kept. We stayed in a beautiful lakeside site thanks to reserving early. As I have observed at other Arkansas state parks, there are interesting tours and presentations offered by the rangers routinely. It is a relatively short drive to Hot Springs.

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This is a really nice, well laid out park associated with the Paragon Casino of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe. It is a fairly big park, but we stayed just one night on a Sunday night, so it was not crowded at all. Facilities are well kept. Trash receptacles and restrooms are very conveniently located. The staff at the park and the casino are very friendly, courteous and helpful. One note: just about any route into or out of this park from the north or the west involve 2-lane Louisiana state highways, in some cases going down residential streets.

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This is a nice, clean, friendly and well run RV park located conveniently on the west side of Shreveport near I-20. The park is a little over a quarter mile from the interstate, so there is some detectable road noise, but it pretty much is just low background noise. It is near stores and other urban conveniences, but in a wooded area that is not yet developed to a great extent. We had no problem with satellite reception. My one gripe is the location of a metal post close to the entrance to my pull through site which seemed to serve no useful purpose other than to potentially damage trailers trying to get into the site. I had to drive over a curb due to the tight turn and still came within 2 feet of the post with my trailer. This was not typical of other sites in the park. The staff was friendly and helpful. We asked to stay a little past the posted checkout time due to a late check in time and short drive to our next destination. We were accommodated courteously.

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One of the main things that struck us about this park is how quiet it is. A high percentage of the residents here are long term. I, for one, do not mind that. The facility, sites and RV's here are all well kept. The staff and residents are very friendly. The sites are mostly wooded, so you might have trouble with a fixed satellite dish. Cable is available, as are many broadcast stations in the DFW area. The park is very near many options for dining and shopping. Our site was an unusually configured pull through, but it provided a lot of room to disconnect and park our truck next to the trailer. The park is near very many options for dining and shopping, though it is on a quiet side street. I recommend this park for a short or long term stay.

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This was a really nice RV park, probably one of the best in the area. Very friendly and helpful staff. The residents are also very friendly, many being retired "year round" Texans, as opposed to winter Texans, who I'm sure fill the park during the cold weather up north. Nice recreation hall. They served breakfast & lunch there on weekends during our visit. Nothing fancy, but basic good food. The bathhouse near our loops showed some wear and tear, probably due to the beachfront location and age, but they were clean. We visited during the lull between school starting in Texas and the Labor Day weekend. Apparently after Labor Day, there is even more of a lull until the snowbirds begin arriving. Well stocked store. Close proximity to the nice Mustang Island beach, right over the dunes via a boardwalk. We plan on returning.

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We stayed at Coushatta Casino Resort RV Park for 2 nights to have a short getaway since it is not too far from our home town. This is an excellent park, whether or not you intend to gamble at the casino or not. Shuttles run from the RV park to the casino frequently throughout the day & night. Many people appeared to be here just to stay and use the facilities. They are ideal for families and many were here. Good for kids, including a mini-water park associated with one of the on-site hotels, but available to registered RV park guests. There are quite a few "chalets" (cabins) in the park for those not owning RV's. They appear to be nice. The service was efficient and friendly. The rate given above is the quoted rate for a site Sunday through Thursday.

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A really nice RV park right along I-10 in West Texas. Perfect for an overnight stop along that highway. Most of the occupants are either residents or overnight visitors. Very nice layout. Clean well-maintained facilities. Friendly owner and staff. I highly recommend this park.

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The main reason to stay here is to take the tour through the very spectacular caverns. The staff is very friendly. The pull through sites are a little tight, especially for longer trailers due to the limited access drive by the fence line. Motor homes will have an easier time. It was made a little easier for us by arriving early in the afternoon. The RV sites were pretty well filled by the end of the day. Note that the restrooms up by the store & visitor center are nice, but the ones by the RV sites are a little older and not quite as spiffy, though clean. I recommend this park, not as a destination in and of itself, but for the caverns.

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Very, very nice and secure RV park adjacent to the French Quarter in downtown New Orleans. Friendly and efficient staff. Very nice facilities, including pool, hot tub, clean restrooms and free ice. Security fence with codes for entry. All back in sites, so I would recommend arriving as early as possible for prime time occupancy. The park filled for the weekend we were there, with the only event being a marathon run. Hard to beat compared to the other alternatives I am aware of in New Orleans.

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This is a very well run RV park, run in conjunction with a small motel. Somewhat narrow pull throughs, but negotiable. Excellent stop over along I-10 in Louisiana. Very friendly and efficient check in.

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We used this park for a quick overnight stop, in after closing/out before opening, which led to some problems. Friendly and efficient reservation over the phone. We had the same problem others have had when exiting I-40 from the west. You need to NOT exit at Eastern Street, exit 73 despite what your GPS says, but go on to the next exit, #74 and double back on the service road. The written directions to my pull through site mis-directed me to the wrong orientation and I had to find my way to the correct access in the dark. The pull through sites seem to be back ins that you reach by pulling through adjacent empty back in sites. OK for my purposes, but a Walmart parking lot may have been simpler.

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We stayed in the campground portion of this park. I think their main attention is to the upscale resort portion, where they sell & rent sites. The check in was friendly and efficient. Not many of the sites were taken. All gravel with concrete patio/ picnic table pads. The shower stalls are cramped and could have used some cleaning. Convenient to Moab and Arches National Park. There are several alternatives in the Moab area, but this one is certainly adequate.

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This has to be one of the best RV resorts we have ever stayed in, especially near a remote scenic area. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The facilities are very nice. There is a small, well stocked store on site. Weak Verizon service, as others have said, but a booster is available in the office at no charge. I do not count that against the park. If I had wanted to use my cell phone, I could just have stayed home. I highly recommend this park for staying near Zion National Park.