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We stayed here two nights. Site was clean, level, easy to get into but not much room for outside chairs. We were literally on the top of the hill where there is good grass cover on most sites. A lot of the sites on top have more room than our site. We were not able to connect to their wifi but we had excellent sat TV. There is some noise from the I-10 but it was not bad for us. We will return to this RV park.

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If in the Eureka area, we would stay here again at the Passport America rate. The sites are gravel with a bit of grass, all easy back-ins. Traffic noise is minimal. Good location for Eureka city activities. Pleasant and efficient campground host. Wifi was excellent, Verizon phones worked fine, with antenna TV we got PBS, major networks except NBC, plus a few others. Don't think our sat TV would have worked because of close trees (big) to the south.

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We love this campground! And not fancy. And like the small community of Florence. Lots of waterfront restaurants within a short walk of the campground. Several sites with back ins right up to the waterfront. Great WiFi and cable TV. Adequate space between sites.

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Other reviews point out the features well. Clean, efficient check in, sites a bit narrow. Just fine for a day or two. As advertised this is certainly an RV park and not a campground. Cable TV and WiFi - both excellent.

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We have stayed here several times. We will try a different place next year. Cable tv was very noisy. The internet was overly complicated to set up and use.

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Rate includes online reservation fee. As others have said, lots of grass, close to the historic Snake River, easy access to/from I-84, but very quiet. The B loop has mature hedges between most of the sites, which provides some modicum of privacy, but not a lot. We could get no antenna TV, our satellite would not connect, Verizon phone had frequent dropouts, Internet via our Verizon hotspot worked but was very slow. I wouldn't call this a "destination" resort but rather a nice place for overnight or so.

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Lots of grass, level sites, quiet, good spacing. We were the only ones there, I forgot to get the WiFi password. Verizon was good. Out sat TV worked well. Rate was supposed to be Passport America but I think an error was made. No big deal.

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Yes, mature trees and some grass. But the staff put us in a side by side site, doors facing each other. And they were no where near full. Like a tenement. And sewer placement is way in front, check all this if you stay here. On the plus side, good cable, wifi, Verizon signal strong and fairly quiet.

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An excellent state park. Lots of waterfront sites (but not the Missouri River). Paved, fairly level sites. Hardly anybody there in mid-week. Quiet but easy access to/from I-29. A few antenna TV stations, and we picked a spot on the south end so our sat TV would work. It did. Verizon cell worked fine. Rate is for electric only.

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This a terrific RV park. I agree with prior reviews. Maybe not real scenic but it has lots of grass and trees. Sites are adequately spaced. I asked for a site with a view to the south for our satellite antenna to work and got one. Very friendly couple run/own the park. We will plan to stay here when we pass through Mitchell again.

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Level sites, trees, grass, and close to Opryland, Camping World, etc. Some interstate noise, Excellent WiFi. Pleasant and helpful staff. What's not to like? Except cable TV was fuzzy but lots of antenna stations available. This was our 3rd stay here and we will return if we go to the Opry again.

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We gave it a 7 because of Interstate noise. We (two rigs) were in 109, 110 and the end of the park, very close to the interstate, no trees, and a huge trash pile. Other sections of the park were quite nice as other reviewers have said. Also, we were in a "deluxe" site with a concrete patio between the rigs. That was $5 extra.

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One's rating for this park will depend on where you are. We stayed in the "medium rent" district, only water and electric, no sewer. Our back in site was on grass, level, close to the river, easy to enter and completely adequate. The sites in our area were close together but there were only three rigs within sight of us, none next to us. Staff was very pleasant except when I called to mention their WiFi didn't work. They were not concerned. And our Verizon phone service was very marginal. Our VZW broadband was very, very slow, when it did work. We went there to see the Ranch and did that. We probably will not have a need to return.

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This is a nice campground and excellent value for all visiting in the Florence/Sheffield/Tuscumbia area. Sites are relatively level, good spacing, long enough for big rigs, and have everything except cable and Wi-Fi. Antenna TV was quite limited. Sites are available in trees, backed in to a bayou area or backed into sites along the Tennessee river. The latter are perhaps 100 feet from the river with a small park road between the sites and the river. We will return!

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A faded beauty. The June 2013 review is exactly on target. I would add that on our loop the asphalt pads are crumbling so that we had to have one side of our rig on the dirt. Leveling could be a problem. Our site, E-18, a pull-through, required a very, very tight turn for our 32 ft trailer. I should have backed into the pull-through! We would come back but it is not up to the normal COE high standards.