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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.

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We were there early in season and was the only RV unit in the Horse Campground. So lots of peace and quiet. Utilities are OK. Gravel sites and hard surface service roads. The road into the park could be wider and it has a lot of sharp turns and curves. Go slow and watch for oncoming traffic. Downgraded from a 10 to a 9 due to the entrance road. Overall, a great campground. GPS may take you on some small roads so be sure that you stay on Hwy 109 from Dawson Springs from the North, and get to Hwy 109 from Hopkinsville from the South and stay on 109 until you see the main sign for the park entrance which is on the west side of the road.

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Self service park. Easy access from I-94. Good grass. Some fire rings, tables at all full hook up sites. Best place to stay in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Road to MN lake country is closed for repairs this summer.

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Good access from I-90. Park had just opened for the season. Wi-Fi did not always work on our site. Good utilities. We would stay again. Good location to explore SW Minn., NW Iowa and Eastern SD.

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Great on-site owner/operator. Takes a lot of pride in their park. We stay here at least once per year as we are traveling south to north. Large lots, good utility connections. Easy access. One of the best parks we have stayed at in our 6 years of RV'ing.

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The park opened April 1st, however, there was a lot of plant debris in the park left over from winter. Needs a good cleaning. Rained while we were there, our lot was narrow and the motorhome just fit on the gravel. No gravel to walk on by the door and front of motorhome. Needs a lot of improvement to be up to a good KOA.

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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.