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The park is located on a high hill at the end of a narrow gravel road, all back-in sites. The turnaround area is small for a 40 ft motorhome, required to back up in order to make the turn. Limited area to hook up tow vehicle; we did at the bottom of the hill. The utilities at our site where deficient, leaky faucet, sewer line ran uphill, etc. We would not return in a large unit. The premium sites have a great view of the valley below, we were not in a premium site.

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The campsites are long, grassy, with good utilities. Interior roads are gravel. The camping pads could use some gravel. We stayed here two nights. We there just before Halloween and the Deadwood Restaurant is located just across the road. Excellent food and they have other activities in season. We took the "haunted train ride", fun evening. Our friends enjoyed seeing the cotton fields nearby and watching the harvest.

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Good access from I-24. Interior roads and parking spots are packed gravel. Sites are close together and some have trees that can interfere with opening slideouts and awnings. Good office staff.

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We have stayed at this park several times and always enjoy it. Good utilities, grassy lots, level, fire rings, and easy access to I-94. City owned and managed with assistance of the local Lions Club. No cable, limited playground equipment, and no pool. However. these are overcome by the large lots, quiet, and reasonable rates on long term stays. Best place to park your RV in the Fargo-Moorhead Area.

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Operators were friendly and helpful. Older facilities and appears to be used by a lot of people interested in boating/fishing activities. A little ways from the shows in Branson. GPS took us to the location OK. Our site was level but some where not. Interior roads are tight for larger units.

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Easy access from I-35, about 2.5 miles or less. Interior roads gravel. Appears to be popular site for people that park their units and use them periodically. Lots of permanent decks etc. Friendly staff. Overnight sites close to the office and restrooms. No cable and lots of trees that block satellite. WiFi had a good signal where we were located.

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The Park is next to I-90 and a large trucking company on the other side. Lots of noise in the morning when traffic picks up. Over priced for the value. Lots were level and good gravel base. Utilities OK.

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Agree with previous reviewer; new owner is a fellow RV'er. Good customer interactions. Would give it a ten if the campground had cable hook ups since most sites are treed and no satellite reception.

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Highly recommend this campground, paved level lots, good water and electric with a dump station. Large sites. Some have covers over the picnic tables, fire pits, and some sites sit on the river bank. Relaxing and peaceful location. Lots of deer and birds in the area. The rate is with the Golden Eagle Pass. Could only get two TV stations on the antenna and satellite was blocked by trees. Some sites are in the open. Will come back if in the area again.

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Great owners/operators. Park clean and well kept large pull through lots. Easy Access to I-380 at exit 41. We have stayed here multiple times and enjoy the park.

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Stopped here for one night. Most sites have view of lake, park both the car and MH on concrete pads, good utilities. The onsite management is great, helpful and assists with getting in and out of the sites. Would stop again if in the area. Price was more than we normally pay, but one of the better sites we have had on our trip to and from New England.

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We stopped for one night. Narrow gravel interior roads, some potholes, not laid out good for 40 ft MH. In the area we stayed, no sewer which was OK for the night, but getting in to our site and out in the morning required circling a lot of the campground. The bathhouse was clean, but the stalls were small, a step down at the door on the mens side which was not indicated and from what I could tell there was only one bathhouse and it was a long way from some of the sites. Not sure we would stop here again. Not impressed with this KOA.

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Arrived in the rain, first time we had stayed at this park and was given a map to the site. Would have been good if we had been led to site as it is a large campground. Sewer connection at our site was not properly located for a 40 ft RV. Site was packed gravel and was a good base. The best thing about this campground was the onsite restaurant. Good food at a reasonable price.

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The workers were really nice and friendly, led us to the site etc. Roads and pads are gravel which are OK. However, the utility connections are less than desirable. The electric is located OK for large rigs. The sewer and water connections are not convenient. The sewer was 30 plus feet from the connection in the RV and the water is shared with two sites, one site has to run the hose under their unit. The bathhouse and laundry were clean, however, very little external lighting at night.

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Nice campground, narrow roads in and out. Think all of the sites are back-in. Quiet when we were here. Would return again if in the area. Good utilities.