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If you're in Lyndon, KS and needing a place to stay, this is definitely a place to stay. That's about it. New ownership, so a work in progress. Gravel sites that were fairly level, but long. Not all sites have 50a, so if you want that you have to make sure that's what you're in. Stayed middle of May and the mowers obviously hadn't been out. Laundry was abysmal. Price reflects Passport America rate.

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Great location, well maintained park. Very few negatives. Sites were level, great spot for an overnight or to spend some time. Staff friendly and did a nice job of watching over their park. Price paid reflects Good Sam rate.

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Really disappointing KOA. Open year round, but the grass didn't look like it had been mowed when we visited in May. Lots of permanents, size of lots were really tight. Not much to choose from in this area, and really feel gouged by the price paid for the site.

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Very nice KOA park. Sites nice and long. Well maintained with mostly over nighters or weekenders. Activities for kids, pool looked nice. Located right off the interstate, but a ways from any groceries or supplies.

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Spacious park located in the heart of the Amana Colonies. Used as a gigantic rally facility, but OK for an overnight or two to visit the area. Sites are level and huge. Staff very friendly, maintenance was really well done for the size of the park. Rate reflects a Passport America rate.

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This is really a seasonal park that allows a few over nighters in. Really disappointed that the park was under a boil alert for water but didn't bring that up when we checked in. Sites were long and fairly level, though pretty tight turns in and out. Rate reflects a Passport America rate.

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Stayed here before in 2012, and has been a change of ownership since then. WiFi is now complimentary and some of the best we've seen. We were here during very heavy rains and the drainage is very good. Gravel sites still rut, the pool was under construction. Laundry facilities have been upgraded. The park is very well laid out, asphalt roads are a plus. Dog park was completely submerged. The FEMA trailers of old are gone. This park is on the upswing.

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Good overnight stop in the Waco Area. Price reflects Passport America discount. Gravel sites seemed to be level throughout the park. Main road had some potholes that need attention. They had done a nice job in landscaping. Had a weak breaker on our site that was quickly fixed within an hour of reporting it. Would stay here again passing through.

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Older park, definitely built for 8' rigs before slide outs. Tightest we've been in quite some time. Sites quite unlevel, water pressure about 40 psi, and only two 50 amp sites (and in one site the cord is laying across the site from the junction box). Sewage all the way to the rear of the sites. Counted at least three couples who are allowed to let their dogs throughout the park off leash. Not a good experience, can't imagine trying to get in here after dark. Rate is with a Passport America rate.

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All gravel, pull through sites with no cable, no WiFi, no pool. If you have slides on both sides, you'll be within 2 feet of your neighbor on your non utility side. Trust your GPS, which will take you to a locked gate (you have to call for the code) after a tough, twisty, rural ride that has no signs for this park, but plenty of no trespassing signs. You will feel like you're sinking in gravel. The father/son/grandson that run the park are very friendly. The picnic table at your site is one of the best I've ever seen. It is a very quiet park, other than the early morning permanent workers heading to the pipeline. They have done a terrific job with stonework around a water fall and pond, but its tough with all the shortcomings to give this park a very high rating. Rate paid is with Passport America.

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Sites were pretty tight. No pool. Lots of rules to follow. Sites needed some upkeep as they were a mixture of mud and gravel. The Wi-Fi was some of the best we've seen for signal strength. Plenty of traffic noise. Price paid was with Passport America for a 50A site.

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Average park. Close to I-35 and grocery store. Sites weren't very level, but they were manageable. Plenty of space between sites. Dog run was a little unkempt. The pool was quite a ways from anything and looked pretty small. Same with laundry, well away from sites. Management was friendly. Lost a leg of the 50a electric and they were quick to assess and fix. Price paid was with Passport America rate

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Nice park, close to the highway but about 14 miles from grocery/supplies. Beautiful pool and good space layout of sites. Clubhouses for rallies were very nice. Very friendly staff and trash pickup at site. Price paid was rally rate.

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Very nice park. Concrete pads, plenty of space and shade, clean, 3 separate dog parks, staff was very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is bad, it’s a hike to groceries and supplies. Would definitely camp here again when in Austin. Price paid reflects a Passport America rate.

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Close to the highway, but little highway noise. Great park layout, dog friendly with two dog parks, very clean restroom/showers. Wi-Fi was spotty, fairly level gravel pads with a covered picnic table shelter, cable was average at best. Price paid reflects a Passport America rate.