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Just needed place to park for night while on road. In Class-C. Nice concrete level pads, spacious and open, with a fire ring. Clean grounds. Saw workers pouring concrete for more pads. Would definitely stay again.

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Arrived late and left early so did not get to check out store. Registration was closed. Ended up calling after I got home to give them my cc number. OK for overnight stay but had some difficulty finding level spot. Maybe in daylight it would not have been such a problem. Might stay again if I just needed place with electric to spend the night. Roadway in campground was tight in dark. OK with Class-C not sure about large Class-A or large 5th wheel.

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Last camping of the season. Received Thousand Trail membership with purchase of our new motorhome so thought to give them a try. Was after the "season" so pool and other amenities were already shut down. But the campground looked very nice with lots of open space. This is primarily a membership resort with a few spots available for non-members. Many sites were occupied with "permanent" guests. Club house looked like it could be enjoyable in season. Noted that pool and facilities were quite a distance (300 - 500 yards) away from the sites. Clean and well cared for.

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Simple overnight stay. Arrived late but evening superintendent waited for us and took us directly to a reasonable site. Offered to help with hook-ups etc. They only have 50A service and he offered to get an adapter but I said I could just use the 110 as I didn't want to dig out my adapter. Just wanted to get to bed. Site was level on concrete pad. Would not be my first choice in the area but my normal "Quick Nite stay" in La Porte was full. Would stay again if just needed place to stay. Would suggest that large trailers or Class=A motorhomes not stay as streets were narrow. It was OK for out 25' Class-C. Might be reasonable if you were going to Chicago and could take Metro from Gary station 7 mi away.

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Update from our last review. WiFi is now available on deck of the sales office. Grounds continue to get better with well cared for lawn and good shade in many sites. New power pedestals and water connections at some sites. Pool nice and clean. Rating would be 9 if WiFi was indoor at the activity building or 10 if WiFi available at sites.

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Quick overnight on trip from Ohio to Wisconsin. Nice looking campground and lake. Paved site nice but was so sloped I needed my leveling blocks to get anywhere close to comfortable. If it wasn't late when we arrived we would have moved to look for better site. Restrooms looked clean.

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Another nice Maryland State park. Fully wooded lots in trees with paved road. Reasonably close to Balt airport (wife was flying out). Only two negatives. You Must enter when headed East on US 40 as the entrance from Westbound US 40 has 11' max height restriction. No problems if entering from the west on eastbound 40. Others mentioned North or South US 40 but 40 is East West. Would definitely stay again. Only other problem is that the attendant closes up at 4 PM and you need code to enter the camping area. Be sure to call ahead. Walk to the "Host" campsite is well over a mile from gate with steep hills. Level gravel campsites are nice.

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Yes this is not a campground but it is a great deal if you travel by RV and want to visit Philadelphia. Restrooms and shower are just OK. Been in worse and been in better. Bring flip flops. Free transport to Hospital area where you can catch the #42 bus ( $2.25 each way exact as no change provided) and you are dropped off right at Independence Hall. Phila streets are very narrow and I can't imagine driving an RV downtown. Even a car will be tight and parking would be $$$$ We stayed 2 nites and would definitely stay again. Note not all sites have sewer hookup so be sure to ask for an appropriate site. Really only one site that appears to be lower than my RV dump pipe but we didn't need it so don't know how well it would have worked. Train noise wasn't a bother for us.

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Nice park with normal KOA features. Level gravel parking space, friendly desk staff, nice landscaping. Would stay again if in the area. Looks like they are building a new clubhouse or office. Just overnight on our way to Yellowstone.

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Basic parking space with hook-up for overnight. No frills but nice low price. This is 2nd stay here and would stay again.

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Friendly hosts. Level grass area to park. Lots of space between spaces. Would stay again. WiFi OK if you have external antenna. Walk to center building where their antenna is, connect, then you can walk back to your space.

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Older campground so not used a lot but nice low price. Level gravel pull thru sites. Walking distance to Wall Drug and other stores. Would definitely stay again.

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Basically a gravel parking lot with RV hook-up at 17 back-in parking spots. Nice enough but overpriced for what they provide other than location in National Park.

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Very nice CG. Great view of mountains. VERY friendly & helpful staff. They helped with reservations on Red Bus tour of Glacier. Strong WiFi. We had low cost Electric only site and even had one nite free due to KOA web site promotion. Better than average store selection of food, supplies and souvenirs. Has a Hot Tub near the pool. Also Ice Cream & coffee bar in store and could order pizza, made on grounds, for delivery to out site . Would definitely stay here if ever in area. This is our first 10 rating.

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Friendly staff at check-in. Nice HOT shower ($1). Many sites are in shade. We had a back-in per our request. WiFi is strong at site #23. NOTE: Do Not use Lyndon Rd off Rt 2 (your GPS will direct you there) Do use RT 3 to access other end of Lyndon Rd across from A&W to avoid very rough dirt section on Lyndon Rd. They also have cabins for rent. Would definitely stay again