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This park is rustic to the extreme. Office is a rundown mobile home, but it does have a new coat of paint. The lady who checked us in seemed very nice and greeted us with a big smile, showing all five of her teeth! It is a rather pretty park but reminds me of the setting for the movie "Deliverance." Looks to be many monthly fisherman sites and younger construction workers, from the look of the people about. All infrastructure looks very old and well used. Power (pedestals) are mostly old and not well designed. Voltage did seem to be stable, at least for a small RV with a low BTU air conditioner. Picnic tables provided but are in very poor condition. Looks like it could be difficult to get out if it should rain very much. We found the directions to the park very difficult to follow, and it was much farther from the highway than we were lead to believe. Since it was the only park we could locate in the area, we came anyway and for a 1 night stop. The value is probably good, but we would not be comfortable staying here for very long. Nice enough people but just not our social set since we don't drink "Bud" in large volumes.

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Sites are reasonably spaced and have gravel pads with paved interior roads. Most of gravel around the RV and picnic table with some grass and landscaping for nearly all sites. Wifi is poor to unusable in the campground but works well if you go to the office area. Hookups are well placed and easy to use. This is a very large park with many monthly users and some have purchased memberships. It is very busy and weekends need a reservation. There is no pool but some swimming in the lake. Lake front lots are available but expensive as they cost extra. Laundry room was available but we didn't use it.

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This is a very busy, former KOA park located on a small, private lake. Swimming is in the lake, with boat rentals available. Fishing is also available as catch & release but I never saw anyone catch a fish. Most sites are in heavy shade and all are dirt with little gravel and no grass. Sites have a table and fire ring but our ring was partially filled with trash and remained that way for the 4 days we were there. It was very dusty but part of that was due to the lack of rain in the area. Service was the best part of the park as the staff do seem to give extra effort to accommodate. Other than the dirt, our site was nice but the sewer connection was slightly higher than our dump valves so using it was very difficult, requiring the lower and raising of the hose to finish draining each tank. The park is far enough from Detroit to avoid most of the security issues the city is known for, yet has good access to the attractions to be found there. Showers can best be described as adequate, as they are reasonably clean but have no place to sit while dressing and only some hooks to hang your clothing and personal items. Ample hot water is available and there were enough to seldom require a wait. Lawns are in desperate need of water, which may be due to the dry year that they are experiencing. There is some litter blowing about and there were many children darting through sites between our RV and our table, sometimes on bikes and there seem to be many barking dogs with staff paying no apparent attention to the problem.

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This park has very tight sites with barely room to have both a driver's side slide and an awning. Most sites are shady and the sites are in a horseshoe configuration with open lawn in the entire center of the loop. Ample room across from the sites to allow for tow vehicle parking and for maneuvering an RV into the small sites. The showers are older but well maintained and very clean with a washer & dryer (coin op) in each one. The cost is well under that of most parks in this area and the location is great for visiting the attractions here. We did a Gray Line tour and they picked us up at the RV park.

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This is a very rustic park located in heavy timber, which means it is a beautiful area but some sites are difficult to get into. The RV sites are more than half monthly people and few were there while we were. Those who were pretty much ignored us. Our site was no more than adequate and the sewer connection is almost usable. It is pipe on top of the ground for most sites, with a block under the end to make it drain so they are often as high as the discharge from an RV's tanks. The pipe is just horizontal with no elbow to point up at the inlet. Water was low pressure and showers were difficult in the RV. There is river access but it isn't visible from the RV sites. Our site was so sandy that previous users had left deep ruts in it and I nearly got the truck stuck in getting our small trailer parked. Larger ones would need 4WD in order to use this site. The price is this park's main attraction as most in the area are at least $10 more per night.

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The RV sites are dirt and not level, but usable. There are no hookup sites that are nicer, but more crowded and also some tent sites. The beach area is beautiful and the town rustic. Staff were very friendly and it rates fairly well as public parks go, with many vacationing families. The beach is quite nice and well cared for, but water is too cold for a Texan. We are not sorry that we stayed here but won't likely return.

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The park is a bit difficult to get to but is a very attractive park when you do with many large trees and lots of shade. Sites in the heavy timber have gravel pads with very little grass, due to the lack of sun but are nice on warm days. Overnight sites are pull through with easy access, gravel pads that are close to level. Nice swimming pool, very quiet and friendly. We were happy that we found this out of the way park and will go back if we travel that way again.

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Site was a pull-through with a view of the river. Park is located between the two lighted bridges over the river and next to the walking bridge to the Clinton Library in the city. The lighting show is excellent! The sites are basically parking lot with hookups, but there is grass and picnic table all along the river and a pavilion for group events. The park is in a seedy part of the city, but it has a good security fence with a coded entry gate starting at 6 pm and city police patrols are frequent. This is a Little Rock city park.

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Streets are narrow and gravel, so maneuvering can be a bit challenging for larger RVs. The RR tracks are about 50' behind the outside row of RV sites and traffic on the track is heavy. Some food service and there is music 3 evenings a week, such as it is. The staff were efficient and helpful and are probably the strongest point of this park. Many workers of various types in long term sites with accompanying collections of "stuff" and vehicles. We might stop for one night in the future, but not for any longer stay.

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This is a rural park with mostly seasonal traffic and is remarkable in the care and maintenance level that is apparent. Sites and streets are gravel but are well maintained and sites are very level. Most sites are pull-through and very spacious. The showers and restrooms are modern and sparkling clean. Staff are friendly and very helpful. They seem to really appreciate our business. Wi-Fi is not only available but works very well. Trees are not large but are growing and do provide some shade. I would rate this park as one of the best of our summer travels and a real star among rural RV parks or KOA parks!

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This RV park is in a steady decline from over use and poor maintenance. We have stayed there from time to time for many years but this will be our last visit. It is filled mostly with monthly rentals from the construction & oil industry and because it is one of the lower priced parks in the area it is nearly full all of the time. The park is sorely in need of a remodel and upgrade, as facilities do not seem to have had anything but paint in more than 30 years that we have been staying there. Staff and campers are friendly but facilities are in need of deep cleaning, showers are old and primitive, laundry is in poor condition, and small litter is everywhere. Wi-Fi is poor to unusable. Streets are narrow and filled with parked cars making access very difficult. Due to location there is a lot of highway noise.

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The staff is very friendly but the park is very long of tooth. We lived in Cheyenne 25 years ago and the park seems to have had little maintenance or remodeling since that time. Streets are gravel and have potholes in places. Sites were once gravel but most have little gravel left and many have potholes in them. There are nice trees. Most have picnic tables, but some tables are in poor condition. Restrooms and showers are in desperate need of remodeling. Paint appears to be all that has been done in many years and cleaning is only fair. The mini-golf is unusable. Pool is small but in good condition. The park is mostly occupied by oil & gas workers with many semi-permanent, older RVs.

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This park has only fair roads and access could be better but it is very attractive and the staff are friendly and helpful. It is well located and all sites have very good shade. We would stay here again.

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This park gives most discounts, PA, Escapee, Good Sam and several others. The sites are just hook-ups in a graveled parking lot but they are level, access is very good and some sites have fair shade. The staff are friendly and the price is the best that I know of in that part of the state. We would stay here again.

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This park is nothing to boast about but it is reasonably well cared for and has fairly good sites with some grass and level. For the price charged and in the location where they are, it cam be a good choice for an overnight stop. We stayed three nights and we would stop there again.