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This is an Escapee Park, but there is very little advantage in price to Escapees (We belong to Escapees.) This is an older park and very little has been to upgrade the park in recent years. Half the park has 50 amp service, but has such a large tree cover, there is no way to get satellite TV from an dish on top of the RV. The other half of the park is open but is all 30 amp. The hookups all work, but they are antiquated. The park does not have WiFi or cable TV. The park refuses to accept mail and gets quit testy if mail is inadvertently sent to the office rather than to General Delivery at the Post Office which is about a 20 min automobile ride away. In spite of all these negative thoughts, we will probably stay here again, as we like the people who stay here and we like the rural surrounding with a resident family of sand cranes and an owl who occasionally visits.

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This is a good place to stay if you have things to attend to in Jacksonville. This Park is about 20-25 min from Mayo Clinic and the heavy traffic goes the opposite way in the morning and the evening. The staff is pleasant and helpful Nevertheless this is an older park mostly populated with permanent residents mostly in fairly old units. The sites for overnight users are in the front of the park. They are quite close together. The hookup are satisfactory. We would stay here again, for it is the most convenient place for activities in Jacksonville or points east of the city.

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This is a park that serves as an alternative for the Tiffin motorhome park by the Tiffin repair facility. As stated in previous reviews this is a park with spaces to park with full hookups. There is no shower or laundry and one would have to go to the Tiffin Park to and use their facilities. This park is quieter than the Tiffin park, and certainly a great deal less dusty. One can park here while awaiting to be called into the Tiffin repaIr facility. We sort of missed the hustle and bustle of the Tiffin park, but certainly did not miss the dust and dirt and noise.

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This is a very nice park. We liked it enough to stay an extra night. The RV park is an easy distance from the highway. There are very attractive sites under the trees, that unfortunately do not have access to satellite TV. There are also sites in the open that would have satellite TV. There is good Wifi service We liked this park and would stay here again.

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This is a very pleasant family-owned campground. We have stayed here before when traveling on I-40. This campground is a convenient distance from the highway and is a great place for an overnight stop, or even a stop for a day or two. The sites are reasonably level and the hookups work well and are conveniently located. We would certainly stay here again.

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This RV Park is about 2 miles off the Interstate, and does not seem to get heavy use. Nevertheless, it is a park with easy sites to get into, level and with all the hookups in good shape. Be aware there are no restroom and shower facilities, so your unit must be self-contained. We would certainly stay here again - it is a god place to stay as an overnight stop when traveling on I-40.

     

Kampark

Blanding, Utah

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This is a no-frills park. Some of the sites, including the one we were in are very nice; other sites -- not so nice. Our site was level and wide with room for our toad to park side by side with the RV. Nor all sites have shade and a picnic table, but some do and these are nice sites indeed. When make reservations, request the nicest sites and a pull-through site.

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This is an interesting RV Park in between Grand Junction and Dillon on Highway 70. an area with not much choice of places to stay the night. The positives: the setting is beautiful with the Eagle river within an easy walk. The sites are easy to drive into,and are reasonably level. The negative: No WiFi unless you go sit out side the office. Verizon hot spot is poor, so anything other than getting mail on the Internet proved impossible for us. There are no sewer hookups available, so if you wish to dump, you must use dump station. The management insist you use leveling blocks, probably to protect the ageing asphalt pads, and threatens a hefty fine if you do not use them. The park is OK for a place to stay, but the price seems excessive for what is offered; we probably will not stay here again.

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This is a wonderful park in one of the most interesting places in Colorado. The campground is close to the banks of the Rio Grande River. The campsites are level, the hookups all work and are modern. The sewer hookups in our site was a bit far from the RV, requiring and extra length of sewer hose.

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This is an excellent place to stay overnight while traveling on I-70. We have stayed in this park before, but it has been upgraded since our last stay with gravel pads and modern hook-ups, so it is much improved. This is good value with the Passport rate. we will stay here agin when we are traveling on Interstate 70.

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This is an excellent place to stay when in the Saint Louis area. It is just off a bypass to I-7o - easy on, easy off - and yet convenient to the Northern Saint Louis suburbs. The gravel sites are level. the hookups all work and are fairly new and modern. This is a good place for a one-day to a several-day stay. We would certainly stay here again.

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This is a good park for an overnight stay when on the road on I-70. The rate reflects the Passport America rate. The sites are easy to get in and to leave. we were in a drive-through site. the sites are level and all the hook-ups work. We would stay here again. One caveat: When driving north on Rt 109, go slow. as there is only a small sign to show the entrance to the park on the right and it is easy to miss the turn, requiring one to unhook the toad, to turn around.

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This park is 13 miles north of I-80, and the rate is a Passport America rate. The park is obviously designed for semi-permanent installations of trailers for summer recreation, and would be satisfactory for that use. The park is not suited for an overnight stay while on the road. There are two drive-through sites on a grass pad. There is no sewer hook-up. The dump station in our case required us to turn around our RV and towed car --which proved awkward and finally we had to unhook. There were trees blocking access to satellite TV. We would not ever stay at this park again!

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We stayed in the sites with 30 amp service. These sites are not level, and we had a great deal of trouble leveling out 40 foot RV. Shorter rigs or trailers would find these sites satisfactory for leveling. If we stay here again, we will stay in the level sites in the field, that do not have electrical service, and would use our generator. There is much to do in this area, with a spectacular hike through a gorge with many waterfalls, and swimming in a pool in the park that is fed by a waterfall. Also there are nearby wine tours through the Finger Lakes,as well as the Corning glass museum about a 40 min drive from the park.

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This is a pretty park with pleasant management. The park itself is huge , with large amount of open space. The ambiance leads us to give the 8 rating; otherwise we would probably rate it as a 7. The negatives: satellite TV is blocked by trees at most of the 50-amp sites; Verizon telephone service is poor and tends to cut in and out. The park has Internet service but it is a bit slow. The positives: the general layout and the natural beauty of the area; although we did not use the pool, it looked very nice. Our rate included the Good Sam discount. Rates are higher on holiday weeks. There is a surcharge for electricity usage, payable at the end of the stay.