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Were assigned to a site in the back of the campground. Could not make one of the turns in my 40 foot motorhome without bending the street sign. Had rained the night before. The grass/dirt site was standing in so much water my rig would probably have gotten stuck. Fortunately, the staff person checked with headquarters and sent us to another sister campground 6 miles away where sites were much better.

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Think twice about reserving here if you are a big rig. Sites are tight, road turns are sharp. We made it in our 40 foot with tow but had to back up several times to make a turn. For $78, I expect good paved roads and patios. Roads were semi-paved or gravel/dirt with many potholes and there were no concrete pads. Check-in area was big, paved and well marked. There just are not many choice in this area for big rigs.

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This park is way overpriced for this time of year. $45.00 a night is at the weekly price. They had closed the pool and there was no hot tub for the rv park, yet each cabin had a functioning hot tub. Sites are large and long, but friends had trouble getting out of their "extra long" site due to a large rock and a camper parked partly in the road. Beautiful "smoke" some mornings on the mountains. Be prepared for the cold wind that keeps the campground COLD from sunset to @10:30 am at this time of year.

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Close to Interstate, but didn't notice any road noise. Good for an overnight. Sites and roads are snug, but navigable for our 41'. We had to borrow a long cable from the office to hook up our site's cable tv connection which was at the next site. Nice, friendly lady worked the office.

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So nice to find full hookups in this part of Wisconsin. Well thought out park in the pine trees. Easy access from main road. Roads in campground are hard gravel and wide with no trees hindering access for big rigs. All 104 sites are spacious and long pull-thrus, full hookups and angled for easy access. Two RVs share hookups, but the sites are very wide so this is not an issue. Good Sam has given this park its highest ratings for a campground with no store or office and bathhouses with cinder block walls. Wifi is in the works but not available right now. Manager is working very hard to make this a 5-star facility. The dump site is far removed from the camp sites with excellent, wide, level access. This is a regional trapshooting facility so it may get noisy on the weekends, but while we were there only two people came to shoot. Town and a casino are about 8 miles away.

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New owners took over in March of 2015 and the owner says he is adding sewer lines to the newer pull-thru section this fall and widening the sites. Woohoo! Beautiful campground looking out over fields just 5 miles from Dubuque and a casino. Everything was clean and worked fine. The big rig site we had was level with grass and a picnic table. And yes, your slide gets intimate with the next guy's slide, so close your shades if that bothers you. The older section has all back-ins with mature trees.

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What a shame this little campground doesn't have some TLC plus some hard work. It has a good location even if it is on a truck route. When I came in to register, office staff didn't bother to look up or acknowledge me. When she got off the phone, she left the desk to do some paperwork, Then waited on me. There was plenty of time to notice the unpleasant smell in the office while she tried to decide how to get me to my site. My back-in site was not mowed, the picnic table was rusted, and no sign of any maintenance/upkeep going on. Long term sites were junky and several sites looked uninhabitable due to open, broken electrical posts and mud puddles. When we had no water one morning, there was no notice from the office and they had no information on when we would have water again.

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We were charged $42 one night and $39 another night. The two different rates reflect one night that we were charged an extra 3 dollars for 50 amp and another 3 dollars for air conditioning. After questioning why the extra 6 dollars, the next night we were only charged an extra 3 dollars. Sites are level and long but the interior roads and sites are in bad need of more gravel. It rained and there were many muddy puddles.

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GPS led us to the camping store on a super busy highway instead of to the rv park behind the store so check out the directions before you are committed to the small store parking lot. RV park was a little tight for big rig. Very little space between sites. Picnic table is situated at the back of your rig. Not a destination park, but good while exploring the Granbury area.

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Excellent roads to and in park. Could use better directions to rv section of park. Easy, easy maneuvering for 40 foot rig towing. Spa and pool closed at this time of year.

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Second time to stay here, but a little disappointed this time. I paid what everyone else paid but my site did not have cable. And when we tried to go to the hot tub, it was out of order. WiFi was very limited, especially at night until about 11 o'clock. Staff still has a lot of trouble with reservations and which RV sites are available. But, the deer are plentiful and the sites are lovely.

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This is truly a "10" campground. Great checkin, escort to site, good wifi, clean swimming pool, level and long sites, plus shade. What more could you want? Beautiful lighting at night? You got it.

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Went here because we thought it had a pool after reading reviews. There is no pool. The map shows swimming in the pond...if you dare. There is no Wi-Fi except in the office. However, feeding the fish was fun for all. Watching the bees in the tree beside our hookups was a little anxiety boosting. Sites were tight for 40 footers and slightly unlevel. Walked to Waffle House for breakfast. Been there, won't be back.

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This campground is 2 years old. The sites are huge, long, and all pull-throughs. Utilities were fine, Wi-Fi worked good, and the pool was clean and covered with a screen. Owners are ready to help with anything and invited us to a hot dog and marshmallow roast. Cedar Key is 30 minutes away and a fun place to visit. The only drawback is the dusty road base inside the park but there was little traffic while we were here.

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Owners lean over backward to accommodate campers. Our site was long and spacious. There were many trees to provide shade and the honeysuckle smelled delightful. Although the pool was not yet open, it looked clean and inviting. Laundry was adequate. Owners are working hard to upgrade and maintain a quality camp. Nearby Prattville is unique and has lots to explore. We stayed an extra night to eat at Uncle Mick's and explore town.