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I was there over July 4th. There was a horse group and a tractor show there as well as square dancers. I was told to look for site 4W but was surprised that there were so many there when I was told it was just going to be myself and 1 other person. One person told me I couldn't park with the horse people but I actually had made a reservation and the site I was told to take was occupied. I ended up parking on the side of a hill which made for an uneven site side to side. Ended up popping the pad off of a levelor because of the soft ground. It was a typical fairgrounds except for the hilly site. Quiet at night and the utilities worked well.

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Rate reflects the weekly rate. Very nice campground. All sites and grounds are very neat. I was in site 37 under the trees. There are about 5 or 6 Wi-Fi networks but if I even connected I never stayed connected very long. I used my Verizon hotspot. They even bring firewood around for sale which I thought was a very good idea. The person that is generally in the office should probably have a different position. He gave me the rates in US and CA. I am from the US, why would he quote me a Canadian rate? Almost like a robot. I've been in maybe 400 campgrounds and have never seen so many people come in just for a regular weekend without a special event. An enjoyable stay.

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Price reflects Senior Pass price. The volunteer host was more than accommodating. Very nice shaded level site. Dump station is closed for an extended time. If you are coming from the south: turn north on to NC 58 and proceed about half a mile making a left turn on to VFW Rd. I think the sign says something like National Forest Recreation Area, but doesn't specifically say Cedar Point. I went by and had to make a u-turn. If you are coming from the north the signage is correct.

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The sites are large and level. The whole area is all grass and well kept up. There are some mobile homes and seasonal campers, but everything is very neat. It is very quiet there at night. I came and stayed for the races on Sunday night at Sportsman's Speedway which is right across the street and owned by the same people that own the campground.

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Good pull through site for one night. Level site with good power. Minimal noise even though close to US-180. Washer and drier in motel building. I would stay here again.

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The new owners are improving the park. They are very receptive to suggestions and will try to make everyone happy. We stayed during First Monday Trade Days. The RV park is about 5 miles from Canton so it is a convenient place to stay. Level sites with good power. Some permanent residents but most sites were neat and clean. Some road noise from I-20 which is about .3 miles away which also makes for easy on and off access. Lots of room for big rigs. I would stay here again if going to Canton.

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About what you would expect from a fairgrounds. We stayed in the area with long term residents so there were some messy sites. The other choice was to stay on the pavement near the buildings. Easy off of I-30 but the road is under construction so there is road noise.

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Huge sites right by the Mississippi River. Only about 8 sites were occupied when I was there. Extremely quiet except for a little tug boat noise when pushing barges up river. Verizon phone service was spotty. As you would expect there were lots of trees but I was able to get the portable Direct TV dish locked in from a site closest to the river. I would stay here again.

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Rate was with the Passport discount. They charge you an extra $5 a night if you are a 50A unit whether you want the 50A or not. Some story about dragging the power down on the 30A hookups. I've been in over 400 RV parks and never heard about this before. Very nice park. Some residents do go to work early so there is some traffic noise. During the time period I was there they turned away people every night, so be sure to call ahead.

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Rate was with Passport America discount. Mainly permanent residents. Lots of speed bumps. They had saved a sort of pull through site for me. Not a very good place for big rigs. It was very quiet there. All of the utilities worked well. I would stay there again if in the Mobile area.

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Nice level spot by the river. Some noise from trains and I-88 but not bad. No one in the office when I got there. I had called ahead and was told what site to take. Had to go back to the office twice to pay.

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Rate is the Passport rate. About 4 miles off of I-81. Maybe 2 miles from I-40. Lots of noise from I-40. Strictly a level place to park for the night. Self service. You arrive and call the owner. He gives you instructions how much and where to pay. You open the gate and let yourself in. Close the gate behind you. Lots of permanent residents. Good electricity.

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Very pretty campground. No good for a 38 ft motorhome. Reserved a site that was up a hill. Most sites in this loop are not level at all. Had to disconnect and drive back to the entrance to get a different site. It was still hard to get into. 50A power is good. I was warned by the c/g host to be quick about it or I might get a ticket for leaving my motorhome by the bath house. It is maybe 5 miles off of I-81 down a long grade part of the way. Roads are typical PA back roads, rough. Not many radio stations, no chance of getting satellite TV. Verizon phone and 3G worked well.

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An older park with many permanent residents. Lots of noise from I-81. Site was fairly level, electric was good. The grass needed attention. The June storm knocked down trees by the natural entrance to the cave. If you take the first tour of the day you will see a spectacular site never seen before the storm. The cave has many formations.

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Rate is the Passport Rate which I was given even though it was a Saturday and Sunday stay. Mainly self service. Owner was very accommodating. Not a good place for a large rig. The park is very hilly and terraced. I stayed in site #4 which was fairly level and I was able to get a satellite signal with a portable dish. It is about 7 miles off the interstate on a 2 lane road on the top of Lookout Mountain.