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The owner was nice, friendly and helpful. Office could be cleaner. The park was previously a trailer park so spaces or good size. We did not have any issue with utilities, sewer at our site was ground level which made drainage a lot easier. Would stay again if in the area. Ice cream social, !1.50 per scoop, choice of 5 flavors the night we stayed. Easy drive to the Custer Battlefield.

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Arrived without reservations, staff was friendly and helpful. Lots of RV's in town and all campgrounds were full. Met our needs for an overnight stop after leaving Yellowstone NP. Would stay again if passing through the area. Not a destination campground. Good water pressure, open for satellite reception, did not try OTA. , and no cable.

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We were lucky enough to get one of the sites that has electric only hookup. Also, it was open and we were able to get satellite reception and decent Verizon signal. The campground is convenient to all the activities in Grand Teton and we traveled to Yellowstone to avoid moving the RV, also could not get a reservation in Yellowstone and RV was too big for the campgrounds. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. The sites without electric are OK, first come first served. Our rate was for a Golden Eagle Pass.

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The staff was excellent, we needed to find some medical assistance and the staff called the clinic, got us in, and gave good directions. It had rained the day we arrived but there was not too much standing water. Some sites back up to the river which is nice. Cable reception could have been better and more channels, WiFi was adequate. Did not try to get OTA or satellite due to large trees. Good staging point on the way to the Grand Teton National Park, about 70 miles. Had no trouble crossing over the pass into Grand Teton.

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Great owner/operators, on site and will take care of your requests. We stayed in a new section and the utility layout was the best we have seen in any RV campground. The utilities are mounted on a wooden fence that separates them from the adjoining site and are hidden from your neighbors view. The best KOA we have stayed at, except one in Orlando, FL. Easy access from I-90.

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Good experience at check-in. Easy access from I-90 and to downtown Wall. Lots are small and relatively close. All hook ups are at the rear which is somewhat inconvenient.

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There are 4 RV spaces at the Homestead, all back in near the visitor center. Sites were level, water and electric, no sewer. Would stay here again if we visited the homestead again.

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Park is self service, find a spot and put money in envelope or you can pay at the city hall for the longer term stays. Rate shown is for more than 2 week stay. When we are in the Fargo-Moorhead area, this is the place we stay, our seventh time. Bathrooms are OK but could use more TLC.

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The campground is self service, pick a site, put money in envelope and put in the drop box. Good spot for overnight stop. Within eyesight of I-94 on the west side of the interstate and a little east of Alexandria. Take exit 103, go south to the roundabout, go east about 1 mile. The park is associated with a gun club and there may be trap shooting in the late afternoon. No problem for us. No table, fire ring or patio if those are important to you.

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The campground is located several miles from I-94 if you are traveling that highway and this is not your destination. Roads and parking spaces are gravel, drained fairly well after rain. Most sites are level, some with patios, all have fire rings. Many sites are shaded and interferes with satellite reception and no cable. The laundry and restrooms could use more heat. No trash pick up at the site. Wifi could be stronger.

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The restroom facilities in the main building were completely gutted and rebuilt in the off season, a great improvement for the park. Wifi is spotty at times.

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We have been stopping at this campground for the past several years. Always clean, well kept spaces, laid out for big rigs, and great owners. We will continue to stop as long as we travel this way. Easy on/off from Exit 41 on I-380. Address is Center Point about 7 miles away, but sits on the east side of I-380 at the Urbana exit.

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Large campground and many sites are just all gravel. Some have grass. Utilities OK. No table, patio, or fire ring at the sites in the 200 range. From what we could determine, only one bathhouse/laundry facility for the entire campground. Office closed on Tuesdays and weekends.

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We were in the 200-209 area and it is a gravel parking lot. Utilities set up OK, good wifi in the area. No bath house close. No tables, patio or fire rings in this area.

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Not as easy to get to from I-70 due to major road changes that impacted their entrance. Sites are gravel with concrete patios and fire ring. About the only option in the Terre Haute area for large motorhomes. The staff was friendly and are doing upgrades to the sites. Main issue was the excessive price for the a small gravel site in our opinion. Others may not agree.