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You may need fifty feet of water hose and the same for television cable depending on the site you are assigned. The site we were assigned was level which has been a rarity on our trip. The staff are the most pleasant and accommodating that we have come along in a long time. They make you feel at home and do their best to run a top notch camper friendly campground. It is not about them, it is about you. They ride around the campground quite a bit and are always picking up trash which is very nice. We camped here Labor Day weekend and they had different activities throughout the weekend, including free dogs and burgers on Sunday. My wife attempted to feed the nanny goat but she wasn't having any of that business. I guess she isn't partial to carrots and cauliflower. They have a nice pool and there is a bouncing pillow. Lots of things to do for the kiddies as well as the adults. We definitely would return here.

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I cannot understand why anyone would give this campground a rating of more than two. Upon arrival were were assigned a site that was terrible. There is no way one can get level in that site. In fact, this should never had been made into a campsite as it is very difficult to back into and is downhill from the road with a drop off. When we complained, the manager said there was only one other site available but it was a 50 amp site so we would have to pay more even though we only use 30 amps --- total ripoff. We got to the site and it was not level at all. We had to use many leveling blocks just to get somewhere level, as did other campers in this area. The road noise was terrible. It seems as though perimeter sites and the gravel sites near the office are not level, while those in the center are. On the positive side, the bathroom at the office were clean as were the showers. The WIFI worked reasonably well. The campground is located close to attractions, as others have said. We had to leave a day early and were refunded the cost of that night which we appreciated. A word to the wise when booking a reservation at this campground. Our credit card was charged on August 17, 2015 for the full amount of our stay even though we did not arrive until August 29, 2015. If one does not pay their credit card in full each month, this practice is costing the customers of this campground more than they should be liable for. Furthermore, if one does pay all charges monthly, then the credit card issuer is absorbing the cost. While the amount may be small per stay, the annual amount is likely significant. We made reservations at another KOA campground in the same state and on the same date. We were only charged for one night which has been our experience for over twenty years. We likely will not return to this campground.

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Very nice campground. Friendly staff. Somewhat pricey but close the Branson attractions. We were in a site with concrete strips so leveling was easy. Only drawback I saw was that the railroad ties at some sites were rotten. As the fence is attached to the ties, one should be careful about leaning on them. In any event, the ties should be replaced as they are unsightly. Nice laundry room. We would definitely camp here again if in the area. Be sure to see the Amazing Acrobats from Shanghai show which is just up the street.

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We have stopped at numerous other campgrounds in our many years of traveling. There is no positive way to describe this place. It is a true dump. Lots of seasonals, most of whom appeared to take care of their units. We very well may have been the only over night campers there. The entire campground is sorely lacking in maintenance. The sites have tree limbs and leaves in them, they are not level, and dead tree limbs are stacked up between sites. The roads are gravel and in poor shape with tree limbs hanging over them. The picnic table had moss growing on it. There was no sewage, WIFI or cable hookups, only water and electricity. A prior commenter said they were working the campground -- we didn't see any evidence of that. AVOID THIS PLACE IS OUR ADVICE.

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When I went to register On Sunday Nov. 16 I encountered the most unpleasant person that I have met in a long time. No smile or hello, just a wave to proceed to her work station. Firstly, she coughed in my face and then continued to register me. There was no thank you at the end either. I spoke with the manager on Nov. 17 and didn't get a whole lot of satisfaction there. She said that this did not seem like anyone who worked there but did agree to check it out. Only two people on duty that were checking campers in which resulted in a fair wait. Two people were at the information desk doing nothing.

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If there is Wi-Fi, it didn't appear on any of our devices. Campground is nothing more than a dirt facility. There are trees but no grass that we saw. The man who checked us in didn't seem to know much about the area. The name Lake Isabela/Kern River is nothing more than a disguise. The lake is about 10 miles to the north and we don't know where the river is located. Suggest you look somewhere else to camp is you really need to be in this area. We would not camp here again.

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This campground is living in the past. Most of the sites are occupied by seasonal campers. The remaining sites are very close together. In fact, the site we were assigned was so close to one neighbor that to walk around our Class C we had to walk on their site. Our site was level but we could not extend our awning because the camper on the other side of us had a slide out. This seemed to be the norm here. The park manager and his wife certainly do not know how to run a cg. In fact, I'm not sure if they even care about their campers based on our experiences with them. Propane is available only three days a week and only for an hour at a time. To me this is an indicator of how little they are interested in meeting the needs of their campers. We had an electrical problem and they weren't concerned about it. The maintenance man solved our problem for the most part. The manager didn't even know what was going on with the two boxes in our site --- he was totally out in left field. Making matters worse, he said that previous occupants had the same complaints. FYI: they do not sell ice and offer very few supplies. There is no security even though the cg has three gates that allow access from the frontage road and a side road. When we booked our site we knew we would have to move after three days. We were assigned site 109. Sites 102 - 111 are along a fence that is fairly close to I-90 with increased road noise versus other sites in the park. More importantly, roots from the tree line, or what is left of it, protrude at least a foot above the ground in these sites. This makes it difficult to walk around in these sites and the ground is very wet. This problem could be easily be remedied with placement of gravel in these areas. This is just another indicator of how management is not fulfilling its responsibilities to campers. On a positive note, the bathrooms were clean. Without a doubt, I strongly recommend that you seek a campsite elsewhere when visiting the Seattle area. We would not stay at this cg if ever in Seattle again.

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The lady in the office is one of the rudest individuals I have ever met. When we got lost and called the office, she said trust me I know what I'm talking about. When we arrived she was equally rude. We were assigned site F1 which was at the back of the cg with no trees. There was no way a camper can get level in this site. The connections were far apart so one cannot move around in the site seeking a level place. We went back to the office and asked for another site; she said she couldn't move us. We demanded our money back and went elsewhere. As we left she was still saying that no one else had complained - don't know about that. If you are seeking a one night stay, I suggest you look elsewhere unless you like to deal with rude people.

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Park not very big but no escort to site. Wi-Fi was very good. Stayed here once in the past and liked the place. Different owner now. Sites and roads around park were very muddy and had lots of ruts. Ownership needs to bring in many loads of gravel to correct this problem and enhance the individual sites. Many, many flies so get your bug spray ready when you arrive. Don't think we would stay here if ever in the area again.

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Site was not level --- when are campground owners realize that their patrons want level sites? No cable. Wi-Fi was very weak --- kept kicking us off. Wouldn't stay here again. The lady in the office who checked us in was very nice, though.

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This cg needs the attention of management as it I need of repair and upgrading. Sites are not level and gravel as are all the roads. Water pipe was leaking when we arrived and the TV cable was lying on the ground. WIFI was weak and kept kicking us off which was quite frustrating. If you are traveling north or south on I-75 you might want to skip this cg as it is about 10 miles off the road. We would not return here if in the area again.

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Sites 23 through 34 appear to have been neglected. They are nowhere near level, part of the road is very rough, grass is growing in the sites, and there is virtually no light at night in that section. There is no shade in most of the sights in the campground so basically overall it is a parking lot. The pole to hang trash on is an excellent idea. The office staff encountered was friendly. As far as we could see there is no security in the campground. We likely would not stay in this campground when in the area.

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We did not find the office staff to be friendly --- a smile now and then is not too much to ask for. Campground appears to have some security with gate at entrance. Looks like a large portion of the full hookup sites are occupied by seasonal campers. All looked to be in good shape and well maintained. Roads are a little rough here and there. A fair amount of work needs to be done to get the full hookup sites in level condition. We stayed here during the week so cannot comment on weekend activities. Showers and restrooms were clean although we did not use them. Both were limited in the actual camping area but more were available at the office which is a fair walk from the campsites --- can’t understand the reasoning behind this situation. Our biggest concern was the availability of water at the full hookup sites. The faucets are at ground level or below; hence dirt has to be removed to turn them on and off. We have never experienced this in over thirty years of camping. This is most inconvenient for older campers and deserves immediate ownership attention. This campground is quite a jaunt off of I-79 through some inner town streets and traffic. The WIFI was very slow most of the time.

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When we went to our site there were gobs of dog hair on the ground. It appeared that the previous camper had combed or sheared his/her dog before departing. Is this the fault of the campground staff, obviously no? However, a site should be checked before it is assigned to the next occupant. We, of course, went back to the office and were assigned the adjacent site. There was no way we could get level in that site. Off we go to the office once again to obtain an acceptable site. We were assigned a site in Section A which was very nice. We were charged $66 per night --- for that price we should have been given a premium site from the beginning. We were told that the $66 entitled us a site in the A section so why would we be assigned a site in Section B. We surmised that it was because of the length of our rig which is 29 feet. This is not a fair or reasonable way to assign a site or charge a fee. According to the owners, who toot their own horns quite a bit, say they have upgraded this campground over the past ten years, which seems to be the case, but more attention is needed to the sites in Section B. Another unusual thing occurred upon check-in. We were given arm bands to wear while in the campground. The purpose was for "security". We are older folk and have been camping for over thirty years and have never encountered this before. If management is worried about someone coming into the campground that is not a camper or guest, then put up a gate and control traffic by manning the entrance. There is no way I would ever wear an armband in a campground. If that meant that I couldn't camp there then, so be it. Oh, by the way if you lose the armband it will cost you $4 to get another one. Crazy eh??? Yes, this possibly could be a very enjoyable campground to stay at, but management needs to tweak a few policies and situations to make it a "resort".

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It took us forever to get to this campground from I-91 and when we left it took us about 25 minutes to get back to I-91. That aside, the campground was nice and very well maintained. We were near the office in a back-in site which required a little leveling but no major issue. We like the gravel sites and the grass between each site. It looks like there are ample things for the kiddies to do here. The staff was very nice, although a little bit disorganized during check-in. We could see ourselves staying here again if ever in the area again.