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Price reflects Golden Age discount. Another beautiful COE park. The sites are big. Our 37 ft fifth wheel and tow vehicle fit easily with room to spare. Water and power hookups were good. The sites and facilities are very well maintained. The restroom and showers were spotless. The showers are pay, 25 cents per 5 minutes. Very little on the antenna. Verizon phones and MIFI worked well. Highly recommend this one

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Stayed here 2 years ago, and it is pretty much the same. Sites are scattered among the pine trees and most are FHU. Staff is friendly and escorted us to the site. A little higher than I like to pay but was OK. May take a little work to level up. Not much on the antenna so we got the cable for $1.50/day. The laundry was still closed up so couldn't use it. We recommend this one.

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This a great free overnight stop. The 30 amp worked good and was clean. I tested it with my EAS before I connected. My wife bought some souvenirs in the gift shop and we had a nice restful night.

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Pretty basic park. Sites are not very level but OK for 5th wheel to level. Some sites are better sited to motorhomes than others. Didn't use the restrooms or showers but went in to look. Very clean. Friendly staff. Very easy access off/on the highway. A little pricey but OK for an overnight. Wi-Fi was weak and dropped out often. Verizon phones and MIFI worked well. A few TV stations on antenna.

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Price reflects weekly rate. This a very clean park. Restrooms, showers and laundry was spotless. Sites are sloped but we were able to level OK. Wi-Fi was fast and strong and cable TV was good. Our Verizon phones worked well. Small town but has all the restaurants and stores you could want. Don't miss the Range Riders Museum. It is very much worth the admission. Highly recommend this one.

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Rate of $2.50 reflects Golden Age discount. Nice peaceful campground about 5 miles out of town. The bison were in the campground and totally ignored all of the campers. Saw lots of beautiful country on the loop. Drinking water when you enter the park. Otherwise boon-docking.

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Great spot to stay a day or two. Owned and operated by the enchanted highway artist. Stayed 2 days so we could unhook and drive the enchanted highway. The work and detail on the figures was amazing. Well worth the drive. The gift shop isn't always open so not sure where you pay if it's closed. He had a school group doing the highway tour that day so we caught him in the shop. Nothing fancy in the campground but FHU so not a bad price.

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Price reflects Golden Age discount. Some sites are paved and some are gravel. The roads are narrow and tight for big rigs. Trees hang over the roads in some places, so I would recommend walking to sites first and decide before driving a big rig in. This one does not have a dump station, but West Ashtabula Crossing and Eggert's Landing does. West's station is very difficult to get a big rig to. Eggert's Landing is newer and easier to dump. I didn't need to dump, but I'm sure you would be allowed to use either of the others. If you have kids or pets check for ticks often. Beautiful lake and a quiet campground. I would probably go to Eggert's Landing next time.

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Nice, long, paved sites. A little unlevel but not bad. They turned the water on a few days early so we had true full hook ups. The grounds are immaculate as are the restrooms and showers. Laundry was still locked so I can't say how it looked, but if the other facilities are an indication the they are very clean. My wife used the hotel pool several times, and we thoroughly enjoyed the stay. The casino is big with lots of tables and slots. We would definitely stay here again.

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Price reflects Golden Age discount. This another great COE parks. Lots of trees and grass and plenty of room. They only have power connections and a dump station. There is water fill spots in the campground but we were there before they were turned on. The nice staff let us fill at the office before and after our stay. We met a very the friendly and hardest working COE volunteer I've ever met. We got some TV on the antenna. The Verizon phones and Mi-FI worked OK. This is a beautiful, clean park. We would stay again if in the area.

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Price reflects GA discount. This is a beautiful, well maintained campground. Lots of trees and several trails that go to the lake. We have a 37' fifth wheel and pickup and had lots of room. Site 24 must be at least 90' long and site 10 and several of the 20-24 sites are as long. Power was good for us and since we were the only campers it was nice and quiet. Our Verizon phones, MiFi and antenna TV was all good. Power at the site only. Fresh water located in a few places in the park. We would recommend this one for sure.

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Sites are pull to rather than pull through. Several rows of hookups that you pull to. Lots of room so if you want to stay hooked up that is not a problem. The restrooms and laundry require a card that you cam get from the casino shuttle driver. We were there on Sunday and the office is not staffed. Pulled into a spot and paid the next morning. Good hookups and pretty level. More than I like to pay but good sites. Some antenna channels and good free Wi-Fi. Verizon phones good.

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Rate reflects 1 week at $135.74. Nice rural farming area and we were the only campers all week. Elderly couple had just opened back up after the winter. The office and facilities are pretty cluttered and I'm sure they will get around to getting everything in order in time. Gravel sites are pretty level and lots of grass everywhere. All hookups were good and owners were friendly. Visit the Jolly Green Giant in Blue Earth while there. Good antenna TV. Verizon phones and Wi-Fi worked good.

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Long gravel sites. Some not level. Right on Little Wall Lake. Popular fishing. Self pay but host is in the house on the property. Operated by the county. It looked like they were in the process of adding more sites. Nice clean park. It is pack it in pack it out so there is no place to deposit your garbage. The gate is supposed to be locked at 10:00pm but there were some party's racing in and out past midnight. They didn't cause us any problems. Over all a really nice place to stay though. Several good TV antenna stations and Verizon phones good.

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Very clean big state park. Water is available in each section but not at the site. The water was on when we stayed. The sites are gravel and mostly level. Our site had 50amp but not sure if all do. We were the only campers there for 2 days and it is a big park. We could not get our WiFi to work and there were only 4 PBS channels on the antenna. The Verizon phones worked well. A very nice park and would stay again even though TV and internet wasn't available.