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Quiet during the week but pretty full on the weekend. No noise to speak of other than a barking dog that was not in the campground. Some sites are not very level.

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The owner was nice enough to open up the office when I arrived before the 2 PM opening time. On top of the Passport America discount I got a military discount. She told me on the phone that I should be able to get a DirecTV signal but there are trees everywhere. I doubt you could get a signal anywhere in the park. Mostly seasonals living there. I don't think there are more than a couple sites available for transient rentals. As the name states it is way back off the road. .8 miles of not very good road, pavement at first and then dirt with pot holes. Dump station on the way out but not convenient as there is a drop off on the right side and without a spotter a little tight. I had to use the driver's door to get out at the dump station.

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A different couple are managing the rv portion of the campground and they are taking reservations. You no longer pull in and take a site as most are occupied or reserved.

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Quiet place to stay. Not worth the full rate in my opinion. Wifi was spotty. It would work in some sites and some not.

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There is a grassy area with some shade. I parked on the edge of the main road which is very wide.

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I stayed right by the pond and the dam. Might have been the only site where I could get Direct TV with a portable dish.

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I stayed in site #42 which was about the only site where I could have gotten a signal with my portable Direct TV dish. Really out in the country but convenient to the race tracks I wanted to attend. Very quiet. I had to purchase a park pass for $28.00 and there was a $10.00 reservation fee.

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Very nice county park in a country setting convenient to town and a new Wal Mart.

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I was the only one in the level "field" where most of the sites were located. The grounds were manicured, no weeds around the pedestals. The interior roads were good. There is a water spigot between pedestals but you would need 50 feet or more of water hose to connect. This is a fairgrounds not an rv park so there are no amenities. Pecatonica is a sleepy little town of about 2000 people 20 miles west of Rockport.

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Very good place to stay when visiting the area. I enjoyed my stay there. I used the washer and drier which were convenient.

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I arrived on the Saturday of CMA Country Fest and was happy to find a space as it is first come first served. There are about 20 sites with full hookups. On Monday everyone left except for 1 travel trailer. On Tuesday the police arrived with what amounted to a mobile jail. About 5 PM police cars started arriving with "suspects" in the back seats who were processed and placed in the back of the mobile jail. Sometime after 11 the police left. The trash was never picked up after the crowd left. On a positive note the "campground" is close to downtown.

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Fairly level site even though the land sloped down. Mostly seasonals so some activity on the weekends.

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Campground is very well kept up. Noise from I-24 day and night. On the entrance side of the campground there is a salvage and scrap yard so trucks are constantly coming and going during the day. I'd say it was overpriced for the area it was in.

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Very nice small park away from the congestion in town.

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Had a great site backed in between the trees so it was shady almost all of the time. Very quiet. It is a ways out of town and off the highway.