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Very nice community park with free camping. There are 8 back-in sites with full hookups and level concrete pads. The park takes reservations by phone and online request but the staff are very hard to reach. We wanted to stay two nights and could not reach anyone, so we pulled in and asked the maintenance staff who let us stay as there were empty spots. Maximum stay is 7 nights. The park gates are locked by 10pm so don't stay put too late. Hard to believe this is free as it is very nice.

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This park is in Kenner which is west of downtown New Orleans, so about a 25min drive. This is not a very big campground and most of the sites are back-in. Our site was level, on concrete pad, full hookups with a picnic table. Staff will help you back up. They run a free shuttle downtown, twice a day at 9am and 5pm which is nice, even giving you a short tour of the area. There is wifi, cable tv, laundry, pool (closed during winter), and a nice campstore. Staff were friendly and helpful about things to do. The place gets busy during Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest so plan in advance. We would stay here again.

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Came back to this campground after being here 8 mo ago. This is the peak season, so the park was quite full. This is a different park during peak as there are so many activities and folks are very friendly. True, there is no wifi, no pool, no TV reception but there are dinners, breakfasts, crafts, computer classes, walking group, games, etc. Never a dull moment. The activity center is a nice space and has a library, pool table, TV room. They even have a dog "yappy" hour at the dog park. The only negative is that since this park is near a cow pasture, there is a manure smell in the air. We did see lots of birds, sand hill cranes, woodpecker, ibis and donkeys next door. Enjoyed our stay much more this time.

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Reserved on line easily. We have a big rig and were able to back-in a site with no problem. Site was pretty level. This is a nice state park with lots of trails, fishing, cafe, seasonal swimming pool, pavilions. There are two hosts to a camp loop if you have questions. Washer and dryer available near bathhouse. Water pressure was good, 50 & 30amp available. No wifi but good tv signal. Enjoyed our stay would stay again.

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Stayed here with friends for 4 days. This is a county fish camp on a nice size lake with boat ramp, restaurant and small store. Roads are narrow but paved leading to camp. The campground is small with all full hook-up back-in sites with level concrete pads, picnic tables and fire rings. We saw lots of birds and took our kayak on the lake. There is limited tv, fair cell signal, the water pressure was low and the water is very hard. The campground is near farm land and a distance from beaches and grocery though a big dollar store is the closest. We really liked the restaurant as the food was good, the staff friendly and they have a happy hour for beer. This really is just a fish camp but we enjoyed our stay.

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One of the nicer Escapees parks. We stayed 4-5 days; no full hook-up sites were available so we boondocked, hence the lower rate. Escapees members pay $22 for FHU sites. The sites are back-in and grass/gravel. Many folks are long term. People are so friendly and welcoming here. They have a social hour, line dancing, bingo, meal times, etc. There is a nice clubhouse, laundry, library, pool, dog walk area. We enjoyed our time here and will be back for a longer visit.

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Came to Clarksdale to check out the history of the Delta Blues music. This is the closest campground to town and is a fairgrounds. You self register by envelope, we never saw an actual person. Most of the full hook-up sites were occupied by long term campers, so we took an electric only site after filling our tanks per a nearby water spigot. Site was paved and moderately level. There were some gravel pull through sites but they were not very long, the paved sites are back-in. The paved road with sites is a dead end so be aware. We did not feel unsafe as there are "street lights". With rain, there were many puddles so we were glad we took a paved site. It was fairly quiet, some highway noise and heard a train in the am. Restaurants not too far away and Kroger and Walmart nearby.

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Stayed here for three nights. Easy to find, roads are good for our big rig. Manager gentleman was very friendly and gave us info about the area. We stopped in the area because of our interest in Muscle Shoals music. The sites are mostly back-in with only one pull-through, but the sites are more than long enough. Down the hill is the river with a boat ramp and pier, but we did not use it as it was too cold. A pavilion is available which looked nice, and there are walking trails nearby. The wifi is pretty good, no cable and no laundry. The towns are within 10-13 miles; there is so much to see in the area. This park is good value, we would stay here again.

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Stayed here for 6 weeks as an Amazon seasonal camperforce. Amazon paid for our site, but otherwise sites are $25/night. The campground is a gravel parking lot with full hook-ups. It is within walking distance to Amazon fulfillment center which met our needs, otherwise there are not many amenities (no pool, playground, store, pet area). There is a nice clubhouse with tables, book exchange, puzzles, big tv, laundry. The owners are very friendly and allow you to receive mail. Town with restaurants, grocery stores are within close driving distance. If we didn't work for Amazon, we probably wouldn't camp here unless we were passing through and only for a night or two.

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Stayed here in the past and returned. We were disappointed that the price has gone up from $25 to $34 but this is still competitive compared to other campgrounds in the area. The manager is great, he looks out for his customers and is friendly. There are still some long term campers here but also spots for travelers. Sites are clean, well-lit, level, pull-through or back-in. Cable is included but wifi is not. Campground is next to a truck stop with a restaurant and store. Would stay here again.

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Pulled in for the night without a reservation. Owner was friendly and let us pick our site. Both pull-through and back-in sites were available. Appeared to have some permanent residents and an old motel. The Passport America rate is $15 but since we did not need hook-ups he gave it to us for$12. Not much in the way of amenities but it was quiet. Good for short stay.

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Were able to book two nights before the Balloon Fiesta. Check in was prompt,we were escorted to our site. There are many big rig pull through sites, fairly level. The sites have well worn picnic tables and Astro turf. Wifi was slow. There is a pool, laundry, playground, dog area, small campstore, cafe and book exchange. There is even a brewery that backs up to the property that you can walk to. There is some road noise and a road crew was working on the road leading to the campground which made for bumpy conditions getting to the campground. Hopefully this will be finished soon. We would stay here again.

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Had reservations for 6 nights. We stayed on Buffalo Grove Loop which has water and electric. Sites are fairly level, pull-through or back-in and are large. There are other loops that are dry camping or electric only. Campground is quiet with nice views of the lake. There is no wifi but Verizon was good. A dump station is available. The hosts were very friendly and helpful with maps and things to do in the area. Even the park rangers are friendly; we watched them help a camper put his tent camper up in the rain. We would stay here again.

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Located in a beautiful area right off Hwy 84. We had reservations for a water/electric site but they also have "walk-in" sites that seemed to get filled nightly. Our site was pull-through, level and big rig friendly. We saw many campers with boats and cars at their sites and noticed that the handicapped sites were really nice. The park attendants were very friendly and helpful. There are showers and toilets but no other amenities. A dump station is available. We had good Verizon signal. The sunsets and lake view are awesome. You can have a campfire as a fire pit is available as well as a cooking grill and covered picnic table. There are even trash cans at every site that are emptied frequently. We used the campground as a base to go to Santa Fe, Taos, Chimayo, Los Alamos and Bandolier all within driving distance. It is very close to Georgia O'Keefe's Ghost Ranch and studio as well. Be aware that this is a no alcohol park.

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Season is winding down so the campground was quiet. Owners are very friendly and helpful. This is not a big campground so a big rig can be difficult to maneuver into a spot. The campground is in a good location, it is possible to walk to town. The community fire pit and free coffee are a nice touch. The laundry room, showers and bathrooms were very clean. The wifi was slow and there is no cable tv, no campstore. There are no camping discounts so with tax, we thought it was a bit pricey for what you get. But we would stay here again.