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Price reflects Good Sam discount for 30-amp, back-in site. Good concrete pads, level. Wi-Fi worked well. Cable TV had a few fuzzy channels. Easy check-in at the motel office. Just used as an overnight stop.

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Used this park as a base camp to visit Universal Studios. As per previous reviews, roads are narrow and a bit twisty. We saw many BIG motorhomes and 5th wheels in camp and they appeared to get into their sites without any trouble. Sites at the lower end of the campground, away from the showers & restrooms are as noted, not level. Saw a few Motorhomes with their front wheels up off the pavement. While the showers and restrooms are satisfactory, the daily cleaning could be a bit better. The shower curtains while we were there were in dire need of replacement. Great signage to get to the park.

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Actual price was $16.80 using Passport America. Had 30-Amp back-in site, very level concrete pad, full hookups. A little bit noisy from street traffic. 2 unisex restrooms and showers that could have been a little cleaner. Good washers, but other campers started their laundry and left even though there were numerous signs advising not to leave clothes in the washer(s). Wi-Fi and Cable TV worked OK, but some TV stations didn't come in. Mostly full timers here. Office is closed on Sunday. Owner promptly answered our e-mail reservation.

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Actual rate was $22.50 which reflects Good Sam discount for 30-amp pull thru. We didn't hook up water as this was just an overnight stop for us. Fairly level, but as other reviews have noted, the sites needed additional gravel. Mostly full timers in this campground. Pretty much just a basic, no frills campground.

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Campground is close to Flea Market held on Tuesdays & Wednesday. Thought the campground was a bit expensive for a W/E (30-amp) back-in site but we opted for this campground due to its location. Adjacent to very busy highway with many truckers using their Jake brakes. If you are a light sleeper, you may have some issues with this. Showers and toilets are in desperate need of a thorough cleaning. Shower curtain in the mens shower was just plain gross! And we did let the campground office know. Wi-Fi was strong at our site but went down in the evening after the office closed. Convenient to Elkhart with many RV manufactures, RV Hall of Fame and RV Surplus shops. Gravel sites in need of some leveling.

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Price reflects one night at Passport America rate of $13 and one night at regular rate, $27 for pull-thru site. Gravel sites, long and fairly level. Good 30 amp power, high water pressure. A few over the air TV channels. Great Wi-Fi as previously reported. Two very clean, uni-sex bathroom / showers. We came to visit the National Quilt Museum and found that the "Barbeque on the River & Market Days" was going on in downtown Paducah. Very helpful staff. Very clean and quiet park.

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Nice level concrete sites. All back-in sites. Restrooms and showers are dated, but kept very clean. Good cable TV, Wi-Fi weak at our site. Close to shopping and the beach. E-Z check in. Staff friendly.

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Price was actually $16.50 a night at Passport America rate. Nice, older park. Mostly full-timers and many manufactured homes. Roads can be a bit tight as well as some sites. We were treated very nice by both the staff and residents. Wi-Fi available in the clubhouse / office. We would stay here again.

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Price reflects Passport America rate, cash. Well maintained park and helpful campground staff. Nice large pull-through sites even for the largest rigs with multiple slideouts. We just used this park as an overnight stop while traveling. We didn't bother to hook up water. Good Wi-Fi even though we were far from the office. Good over the air TV reception. One sharp turn getting to the campground, but certainly manageable. We would stay here again.

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Pay with cash or check only. This is mainly a snowbird destination with mostly older, but very well maintained, manufactured homes. We stayed here while visiting relatives in The Villages. Access roads a bit tight, but other sites available for even the largest rigs with multiple slides. Only downside is that some pet owners do not clean up their pat's messes, so watch where you step! We will stay here again.

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Rate is for Passport America. A no frills park. We were just here overnight and did not even hook up to water due to predicted freezing temperatures. Restrooms & showers dated, but clean. Close to an outlet mall and the beach. We would stay here again.

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Price reflects Passport America rate for 30-amp, W/E/S, cable TV & Wi-Fi site. Pull-through concrete sites are level. The amenities are great for the price, but the showers and restroom need attention. There is no reason for dirt and crud to be built up in the corners. Grout in the showers is crumbling and missing. We have been staying at this park for over 10 years and have seen a steady decline in the cleanliness of the restrooms & showers.

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First night free at this city owned campground, then $16 per night after. We had a 30-amp, W/E/S pull through site. Only two other campers in the park. Few shady sites. Easy to get to from US-380 and close to town, but limited number of restaurants nearby. We were there on a weekend and unable to contact city hall to obtain restroom & shower access code. No cable TV or Wi-Fi, but good Verizon signal.

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Actual price was $33.88 with Good Sam discount for 30-amp, W/S/E back-in site. A bit on the muddy side after heavier than usual rain. This campground needs some TLC. The sites and road could use additional gravel. Pull-through sites kept open for large rigs. Cable and Wi-Fi worked fine. Close to town and "Alien" attractions.

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Price is for 30-amp water/electric/sewer pull-through site, fairly level. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Saw large Motor Home with numerous slides in camp, you just need to be careful getting into your site. This is not a destination campground, but a good choice if you are planning on visiting Carlsbad Cavern.