Chris Shorter

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A hidden gem in Raleigh! If your passing through or planning on staying for a while, this is an excellent place to stay. You'll need a full service rig though as they have no bathrooms or shower houses. They have many hook ups / locations, however recommend staying in the newer location near the Horse center. Also, recommend calling security (number on web site) when you arrive and they can escort you back. Very reasonably priced for a full hook up, and centrally located to anything in Raleigh.

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Very nice place to stop off I-95! Close to highway but noise was minimal. Campground was nicely wooded, restrooms / bath houses clean. Would recommend this to travelers in the I-95 corridor.

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Spent a single night here passing through. Clean, well cared for park with large pull through sites. Onsite cafe, lake and walking trail. Great WiFi connection! Rest rooms / bath houses were exceptionally clean and well maintained. We will stay here again on our way back through.

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WOW! If you're traveling I-10 through northern Florida spend a night here! A new park, all new utilities and level spots. Only 2 miles off of I-10, but you're in the country! The only noise is birds, cicadas and crickets! But the on ramp to I-10 is just down the road.

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Good place for an overnight. It's literally right off of I-10, so highway noise is somewhat of a issue. However, the park was very shady, clean, well kept. All utilities worked well. I'd stay here again.

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Another Gem! My wife and I were just passing through and doing an overnight, but I could see us coming back. Centrally located to the Texas hill country, Austin, and San Antonio! Exceptional sites, very shady, close to the highway but no traffic noise. The management was customer oriented, and there are at least 6 restaurants within a short walk. If you're in central Texas...STAY HERE!

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Wow! What a gem! All new, well laid out! Reasonably priced! If you're on I-10 and need to stop around Fort Stockton this is your place! Make sure you call ahead though. It filled up quick.

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Nice place to stop over night. The manager was very informed and helpful, and changed us to a spot that allowed us to keep our toad connected. The restrooms were clean. Although there were previous complaints about dogs and trains, we experienced none of those. Not a vacation spot but a decent overnight.

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Large sites, lots of trees and shade. Well maintained. Easy on/ off the highway! Very nice place to stay.

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Clean park, great price. REALLY QUIET! The loudest thing in this park were the family of owls! Highly recommend staying here!

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This is a great place to stay while vacationing in the Salt Lake City Area. The staff was knowledgeable and very customer oriented. The park itself is well shaded with many trees. The shower house / restrooms were kept immaculate! Extra amenities included an all you can eat pancake breakfast for $2.50, and a free shuttle down to Temple Square. I would return here in a minute.

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My wife and I checked into the park en-route to California. First, excellent access right from I-80. Second, the Park owners were extremely customer oriented. The Restrooms were very clean!

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Everything about Custer State Park enhanced my vacation experience! This has got to be one of the Top 5 Parks I've ever been to! The campgrounds were clean, well serviced, and quiet. The Campground hosts were friendly, and knowledgeable. This is, in my opinion, the GOLD standard in State Park camping.

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This place IS a destination resort! Yes, the Black Hills of South Dakota are great too, however this is a resort that you could bring your family to, and NOT leave! From the $2.50, all-you-can-eat pancake breakfasts every morning, the extremely clean shower houses and bathrooms, to the Fantastic Cowboy Chuckwagon Dinner show. Even if you don't want to visit Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, or See Buffalo in Custer State park: camp here!

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Stayed here to meet the South Dakota residency requirements, apply for a driver's license, and register our motorhome. Park was clean and well shaded. Sites were large. Had both cable TV (300 channels) and WiFi. Although the restrooms and showers were old, they were very clean. Great place to stop on your way through Sioux Falls. Not a place for the family.