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We came in after their unusual office hrs of 8:30-4:30 and chose one of the 5 sites made available. The CG has an old FL atmosphere with sand and some grass in level sites. But there were several issues: The sewer connection was all the way to the rear and even with an extension we couldn't reach it. So the pull thru turned out to be a hassle as we had to unhook and back up to connect. Cable TV did not work. The Wifi thru Tengo wanted an email to send the coupon code which I assume we would have received during their business hours. Inconvenient and easer to use the iPhone. Excellent electrical power, quiet but needs a little maintenance to make it more than just an overnite destination. There are some open sites in the rear which may eliminate some of these problems.

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Since the sites are around an open field, maneuvering a big rig is very easy. Most sites are in full sun except for some back ins by the trees which enjoy afternoon shade. Apparently there are some sites in the trees also. It's a pleasant enough atmosphere and is close to downtown Savannah and about 7 miles off the interestate. No cable and no wifi except at the clubhouse. Weak, unstable or nonexistent wifi is getting to be the norm for parks as the need and usage increase. Frustrating. Some sites are very close and others are more than ample so pick your spot if you can. Fire rings have been added since our last stay but the picnic tables need to be replaced. The price has gone up $5 every year. If you need wifi, Red Gate is a problem. But if not, it's a nice CG.

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We've stayed here several times and continue to enjoy it. We've been fortunate enough to get a site close to the ocean so that at nite we can hear the waves breaking. The sites are not spacious but adequate and have a covered picnic table. They are a combination of sand and grass. It's the perfect location for us near golf, restaurants we like, and good shopping. The only drawback is slow or non existent WiFi even though a router was installed on our pavilion. Maneuvering in our 45' coach can be a little tricky as there are many fifth wheels and the trucks have just enough room to get off the road. If the occupants aren't diligent about staying on their site, the turns are tight. Lord willing, we'll be back.

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Yes, $75/nite. Although that is steep, the campground was one of the cleanest, well kept campgrounds we've ever visited. The grass was immaculate, the site was wide and overlooked the White Oak River which was why it was so expensive. Unfortunately, we had to back in which blocked our view from inside, but outside we had a panoramic view. Lots of amenities: huge pool with water slide, concrete pier, boat launch, paved road for walking, great electrical service, etc. Only thing missing was wifi. Our ATT service was strong so it was tolerable for a few days. Apparently, they have been unsuccessful in finding a provider but they've tried. Would highly recommend.

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Yep, great campground. EZ on off to interstate but far enough away so there's no traffic noise. Immaculate. Nice, long, level sites for big rigs with two sewer outlets. We blew the electric and the breaker was hot. They immediately came to the site and fixed the problem by replacing the breaker. Lots of room for children to play and two nice pools. Some shaded sites and other satellite friendly sites. 45' motorhome no problem maneuvering. Owners obviously care about their campground and we will definitely return. Wifi adequate.

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We've stayed here many times because it is so convenient to I-95. Nothing new to add to previous posts except that the plane noise is not awful unless a military jet comes through, then watch out! Wi-Fi is abysmally slow. Clean, level, concrete sites are a plus. It does seem pricey but there is a lot of concrete and that's not inexpensive. For a 45' motorhome, it's fine. We've never stayed more than overnight. Good Sam discount.

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EZ on and off interstate, EZ maneuverability in CG for big rigs, long, level, grassy sites, no trees, $2 for 50 amps. WiFi signal was strong but I couldn't get on with three different devices: iPad, iPhone or laptop. The office sent someone right out who said he could get on with his iPad. So too bad. The system probably needed to be reset but that was too complicated for him and we were only there over nite, so I didn't pursue it. I do wish CGs wouldn't think their customers are always the problem and not their systems. Bad WiFi is a consistent complaint for the CG on park reviews. All the restaurants are 4 miles north on I-75. No trash containers convenient to "new" area of the park on exit. Might stay here again although there are other choices in the area.

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Pleasant campground with long, level, gravel sites, ample grassed space between sites, two sewer hookups, EZ for big rigs, moderate Wi-Fi. Free popcorn during checkin was appreciated. Some train noise, but no road noise.

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No trees, no rocks, no fire ring, no table, and no frills. Clean, convenient, EZ for big rigs, EZ on and off interstate, gravel level sites, reasonably priced, and limping WiFi. Next to not-so awesome flea market and near Zappos shoe outlet, Louisville, Patton Museum, and Fort Knox. Lady who answers the phone is hard of hearing, so be patient. Would stay again.

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We stayed here in a caravan as a jumping off point for the train to Churchill to see the polar bears so I don't know how much it costs. The owners are incredibly helpful and will take care of your pets and take you to the train or airport, There may be water and sewer in the summer but in Oct we were only able to dump and fill our tanks before or after leaving sites. It's near the Burntwood River so in the summer, it's probably a good spot. Just wanted to alert RVers that there was a CG in Thompson besides the provincial park. Admin note: No sewer at site and only 2 water hookups. Open May-Oct.

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This campground is not listed in Woodalls or Good Sam books and was only found at RV park reviews! It's a little way off the beaten path as it's south of Menominie and about 3 to 4 miles out of town. But in the middle of Oct it was one of the few campgrounds open with water. It's designed in a circle with the sides being treed and the center being open for satellite reception. Our site was long and level, but not all of them are level. Typical space between sites with a fire ring and table. Wi-Fi ok. Able to get around easily in 45’ motorhome, but in the peak of the summer some of the turns could be interesting. In the summer, they rent canoes and tubes and the town is a nice college town so if you have a few days it could be an enjoyable stop. For an overnite, it's a little far off I94, but it is quite except for the rooster. Hey, he does what roosters do!

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Very nice and quiet. If it's crowded, a big rig might have a problem getting into some sites while negotiating trees but in the fall it is a lovely place and no problem. The water was turned off and the dump closed (Oct 10) but 50 amps was available. Nice prairie walking path nearby. Big fire rings and picnic table. No WiFi and AT&T very weak. RV campgrounds in Fargo, ND were limited so this was a good alternative traveling east. Would stay again.

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The CG in the Peace Garden is on the American side. It is heavily treed but no problem for big rigs. The sites are ample, private and somewhat level. If it rains, it is a little muddy. The Peace Garden is very serene and quite lovely. The conservatory houses a snack bar, gift shop and wonderful cacti garden. If you can get with a tour guide, it is worth it. There is also a Wardens Museum that is quite interesting. Other than enjoying the garden, everything else is 15 miles away north or south and you will need your passport once you leave. 30 amps and water, and an easily accessible dump station on exit. This is a remote area so unless you're going into Manitoba, I'm not sure why you would be this far north except to come to the garden. Easy, uncrowded border crossing.

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Getting into the campground is no problem for a big rig, but there are a lot of trees and we had to pull almost to the end to get satellite. This put us monumentally far from the water/electric/sewer as the site was long. We had enough cord and hose, but the sewer - no way. The owner volunteered to come by and dump us or move us, but we liked the site. Very nice. We just backed up to the sewer when we left so no problem. Only a couple of miles from shopping. Pleasant campground with quite a few long termers, probably because of the oil related boom, but it's orderly. Wi-Fi ok. Would stay here again.

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EZ access to long, level, gravel sites with some grass in between. Nothing fancy- typical campground with a child size picnic table. The WES configuration is different as they are located at the very end of the site. There is a second clean out near the other end. Unless you park at the very rear of the site, almost in the road, you'll have to drag out the long version of sewer, electric or hose. Fifth wheels may be better positioned. Wi-Fi terrible and we were close to the office. If you arrive from the north, be aware of the truck route otherwise you will encounter a bridge with an 11'5" clearance. Arriving from I94 does not present the problem. Super Walmart across the street and easy access to town. Miles City Saddlery on Main St is a great Western store and the Montana Bar and Steakhouse has original furnishings brought in by steamboat in the 1800s. Would stay here again.