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No frills park. Riverfront sites have some grass, the rest appears to be gravel. The entire park is gated in for security since it is downtown, I assume. The riverfront is great view for sure and even with the interstate near and the city area it is fairly quiet but you will hear the louder vehicles. Sites are gravel, hookups are shared shore power and water in an odd manner designed for a back-in beside a pull-in. Coaches being the pull-in sites. Only 50 amp power is available so bring an adapter if you have 30 amp. The foot bridge takes you to the Clinton Museum and Market district. Plenty to do outdoors even in downtown. Would normally stay outside of town but for the price and location you can't really do better.

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This is a decent KOA overall, seems a bit rundown but cannot explain why. A little work here and there going on from the conversion to KOA from previous private operation. Restrooms are clean, hookups were in good working order and the site we used was easy to level. Wi-Fi signal is weak but still runs well, but is throttled based on bandwidth consumption. The staff was friendly but didn't escort us to our site, as is standard at most KOAs we have visited. However, the shop is better stocked than a lot of RV parts stores. If you have something needing replaced or upgraded, check them out, prices were in line with Camping World. Overall a good stop for a single night.

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Fairly standard KOA, park was clean, signs were old and gave the appearance of being rundown but the hook-ups were in good condition and the site was very level. Required no additional leveling to remain hooked up for an overnight stay. Store was well stocked and the park owner checked us out. Very friendly gentleman who was happy to have another customer. Would stay here again for an overnight; one of the better priced KOA campgrounds.

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This is a nice KOA campground right outside of Huntington. Small catch and release pond and swimming beach with a lot of water toys for the family, including a large inner-tube trampoline. Sites are gravel and grass and fairly uneven, used half the levelers and remained hooked up since it was an overnight stop. Hook-ups are in good condition but the sewer was a bit of a stretch and in an odd spot in our pull-through. The store was extremely well stocked and the staff was just as friendly. Escorted to our site and offered assistance if needed. Tight turn getting in but would stay here again if passing through. Wi-Fi was about as fast as I have seen in an RV park, pushing 10 Mbps.

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This is the best State Park in the country that I have seen. Private company runs the resort. Site is fairly level if you line up right. Our shore power was faulty upon arrival, 5 minutes after we called it was repaired and even the electrician was friendly. Each site is paved, with picnic table, sealed trash cans (to keep the racoons and black bear out) and parking spots for the bikes. Right up against the lake, good bluegill fishing for the kids and amazing cat-fishing after dark. Pay the $15 at the resort and get daily use of the canoes, kayaks, yolos, paddle-boats, bikes (including tandem), fitness center, various and indoor/outdoor pool (yes the pool is both partly indoor and outdoor). Gift shop and coffee shop there as well. The restaurant is pricy but a great sit down/romantic meal. Marina has bass and pontoon boat rentals that come with fishing gear along with the standard marina fare. Activity center by marina offers two play grounds and fitness course and pay to play disc golf, putt-putt golf, segway tours and a host of indoor amusement. The entire resort is surrounded by trails and hiking of varying degree and borders the Wildlife Management Area. Would rate this higher but the wifi is spotty, using a range extender for the best sites on the outer loop. Call ahead for reservations though this place is always full. Price is the same as the KOA 25 miles south at Flatwoods and offers a lot more for the outdoor family. Bring the bikes, hiking shoes, fishing tackle and plenty of BBQ. Will be back here again when in the area, worth the money overall.

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Great looking COE campground, full hook-ups with 50amp that are in good condition. Huge park with a marina and lake/river side parking for those wanting to fish all night. Recently renovated from looking at things with the playgrounds. Gate attendants are friendly and friendly. No cellular coverage without booster for AT&T and Verizon. Would recommend for anyone wanting to stay in the Sutton area, quiet friendly well managed park with lots of outdoor activities, a snack bar and marina to enjoy.

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Very clean and well maintained park, not your typical KOA. Does not have a store/shop and you check in at the hotel. Sites are tough to level out, expect to use a full set to achieve it. On the side of a mountain and into the valley so you are protected from the interstate noise though as a counter to the uneven sites. No noise from the interstate at all, however the amphitheater may wake late risers if they are setting up for an event. The sites are well maintained and the hook-ups are in great shape. Would rate higher but the wifi is weak and the park is overpriced. Would recommend the COE Campground up the road for anyone coming to stay on the lake for a few days, overnighters this is the best stop, would stay here again if they offered weekly rates.

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This is the second extended stay we have taken here. The long term sites are narrow and basic, pavement/gravel only and take some work leveling. The rate reflects the monthly amount for long term. The short term pull-thru sites are larger and have a grass, picnic tables, but not much shade like the long term. The shore power and hook-ups are all in good condition and the shower, bathroom and laundry are always in great shape. WiFi is available only in the reading room by the shower, with a range extender some spots might be able to pick it up. Would be a 10 except the dog walk area is only in the far corner of the pull-thru side and the WiFi is lacking. If you have pets expect to WALK the dog. The playgrounds are nice and grills are in good shape. Close to main post, PX, commissary as well as Copperas Cove which has everything you need restaurant and shopping wise. Closet full service RV shop is in Harker Heights 20 minutes east. $349 for back-in long term, $459 for pull-thru. The 60 day max stay can get extended indefinitely at the front desk. Will stay here again for a long term spot.

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Rate reflects weekly charge. Very well maintained park consisting of pea gravel roads and sites. Pull-through sites are designed for big rigs and the back-in sites can handle a 35' travel trailer. Hookups are in good condition, but shore power is 50 amp at this site, will need an adapter for 30 amp and down. Water doesn't have a funny taste or smell, which is almost a first. Back-in sites are well tree lined with many new trees planted to provide shade to all sites in a few more years. Small basic gym, pond and playground on site. This campground is geared to the long term folks, but would be great for a short term or overnight for those visiting Fort Hood or Lampasas. About 15 miles to main Fort Hood. No cable TV. There is Wi-Fi but it is limited being Hughes Net. VZW 4G LTE is available and T-Mobile is running at 2G speeds. Would come back here again, staff is friendly and helpful.

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This park is located right on Texas 361 and Gulfwind Drive. The resort has a private boardwalk for foot and golf cart access to the Gulf of Mexico. The center of the resort is a group of ponds that are great for bird watchers. The hook-ups are well maintained, and the sites have recently been widened. The premium sites have picnic tables and fixed steps to set against your RV. The bathhouse is cleaned daily, trash collection runs each morning, and a fish cleaning station is in good shape. The staff is friendly and during operating hours you are taken to your spot and guided in. They have extensive rules, but it is clear they are not strongly enforced but as needed for unruly and rude guests. They have a park watch program, hosts and work campers that keep this place well maintained, clean, and friendly. The location is only a few minutes from Mustang Island State Park and Port Aransas, the opposite direction. Twenty minutes south on 361 takes you to Padre Island National Seashore. The rate above reflects the premium back-in with the discount. Off season they do not charge for extra guests over two. Cable and golf cart registration is extra.

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This park is a fulltimers-centered park from the looks of things. The pull-through sites were even enough that a single block on one side got it dead on the middle of the level. There is no room between the pull through sites as the host had to move a picnic table from the site to get us in. The entire area is gravel. The hookups are in good condition and the Wi-Fi is free and running about 5 Mbps. The pool was closed and it appeared to be very green, likely related to the drought conditions. We were walked to our site by the host who also assisted in getting us on the most level spot. No complaints for an overnight stop. We would likely look around for a place with more room for the family if in the area again. Decent park just not centered on families.

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This park is located off the interstate and provides the advertised country feel. The pull-through sites are gravel and are fairly well maintained; about 30% of the gravel pad was reclaimed by the grass. The pads could use some maintenance as getting level was a moderate task. Outside of that the park has great hookups, the Wi-Fi was free and quick and each site has a picnic table. The restrooms and pool area were all immaculate. The staff was friendly. If we were in the Nashville area we would likely stay here again.

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This park is listed in the wrong location on some map software. The park has 10 spots at the entrance but only 6 would be considered useable. The rest are past the office building and all appear to be long term/full time RV spots. A big rig could get in but would have to take 3rd street to the fairgrounds and come back around. The hookups are all in good shape and 3 spots offer 50 amp. They have no facilities (laundry or bath) but Wi-Fi is available. This park is walking distance to the museum and the front street parks. The Muskingum River walking trail is at the edge of the park. The area is the older part of Marietta and a few of the homes around the park are run down. It is $20 the first night and $15 each night after, if you have an electric heater or A/C unit the fee increases $1.75 a night.

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Got here late at night (around 11:45 pm) so the overall park is hard to describe. The hook-ups were good enough to get setup in the dark. Sites look a bit short. Trash picked up daily on site was a plus. Overall I would say: your average KOA, overpriced but good in a pinch for overnight.

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This is a Lower Colorado River Authority park that is well maintained. The hookups are in great condition and each site appears to have to sewer hook ups. They have 13 RV sites that are in the upper loop, two other sites are an office and host. The restrooms and showers for the RV loop were clean even though the park was exceptionally busy. Wifi is available and fast but you have to request the username and password from the hosts. Huge park with a swimming beach, shore fishing, playground and a volleyball court. Plenty of room to get out and play. Each RV site appears to have plenty of shade trees, a bbq grill, fire pit and picnic table. You also have to pay an entrance fee on top of the camping fee which is why the cost is $28 instead of $20 as listed on the LCRA website. Will come back to this park if visiting the area, just try to avoid it on long weekends if you like a quiet spot.