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We stayed at the Turah RV Park overnight after leaving Yellowstone NP. It's an easy on and off I-90. The park offers a very well stocked grocery store. Our site was a long pull thru which allowed us to keep the truck hooked up to the trailer. The sites are gravel and the roads are asphalt. The interior roads are easily navigated. There are many older apparently seasonal RVs in the park. The park could use a bit more maintenance, especially litter clean-up. There were some tripping hazards on our site - holes and filled in fire rings of which to be aware. However, that being said, the park met our needs for location and easy access.

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The 7th Ranch RV Park laid out on the side of a hill. The roads and sites are gravel with natural landscaping between sites. There are a few trees. All the sites are pull-thrus. The roads are easily navigated. We were escorted to our site upon check-in. Our site was at the top of the hill. It was very long, but not very level side to side. The utilities were laid out well. Although, the sewer pipe came out of the ground at an angle which made getting a good connection a challenge. The park has a hiking trail to the top of the hill which gives you a great view of the surrounding Montana countryside. It also makes a nice place to view the sunset. We stayed at 7th Ranch to visit the Little Big Horn National Battlefield. I doubt we will return to this area.

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Camping in the Badlands was a unique experience. The views are spectacular. The campground offers electric only. The sites are pull offs from the main road. We had a reservation and so were able to obtain a site large enough for our fifth wheel and truck. The site was reasonably level. The electric was well placed and functioned as expected. Each site has a picnic table and a wind screen. We checked in at the hotel and were directed to our site. The hotel could use better signage for RV parking while checking in.

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This campground is set within a grove of oak trees on a working corn and soybean farm. The road leading to the campground is one lane dirt with a smattering of gravel with multiple turns. The campground itself is a loop built on a slope. The owners are very friendly and I was escorted to the site. The owner also offered assistance as I backed into the site and when I left the campground. The site was a pull thru - you pull into site 9 and it continues into site 10. While the site was level side to side, it sloped front to back so much that neck was 6 foot plus off the ground. The utilities worked as expected. We could not use our direct tv, although we did get several OTA PBS stations and enjoyed watching American Experience. I disagree that this campground is Big Rig Friendly. I was able to get our 40' fifth wheel in and out, but it wasn't friendly. Since the Spam Museum is about the only reason to be in Austin anyway, and I've already been there, I doubt I'd return to Oakwood Trails CG.

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This campground is an excellent value. It is well designed; everything worked as expected and it is quiet at night. The sites and roadways are crushed stone. There is a small playground for the kids and ample grass for walking the dogs. It's an easy on and off US 218. Close to shopping and the quaint town of Mt. Pleasant. We had a weekly rate with metered electric at .18/KWH.

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This campground is situated along the Kishwaukee River just south of Rockford. It is a very nice setting, quiet and peaceful. Most sites are occupied by seasonal RVs which are kept neat and tidy. We stayed two nights in a pull thru FHU site on grass. The sites in this area are set up so that two RVs share a common utility area along their highway sides. The campground was not busy when we were there, but in busy times you might find your door facing another RVers door. Also, even though the campground offers FHU the rules expressly prohibit use of washers on board RVs. I've never before encountered such a prohibition in a campground. We stayed at this campground to visit friends in the area and would likely return if in the area again.

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You'll need to check in to the hotel for a RV site. There are RV spaces in the hotel lot to accommodate this stop. This campground is typical for casino campgrounds, although it does not offer sewer hookups. It does have a dump on site. There are pull thrus and back in sites. Our site, #4, was a back in. It was short and narrow, with two paved tracks where the wheels are supposed to go. Prior to our arrival the area had received a great deal of rain, so I was hesitant to back onto the grass behind the site. I was able to park my 40' fifth wheel on the site without obstructing the roadway although I needed to park our truck on the shoulder. The shower was fine with plenty of room. Complimentary Breakfast at the hotel is available for campers. It was typical of a budget priced hotel breakfast.

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We stayed at Lake Powhatan Recreation Area due to it's proximity to the Biltmore Mansion. It's a 15 minute drive from the campground to the Mansion. The campground is heavily forested. The roadways are paved and hilly. We stayed in the Lakeside loop, site 34A. I was able to back our 40 ft fifth wheel into this site easily. The site was virtually hidden from other sites. It was level and offered full hook-up. There was a giant fire ring, picnic table and lantern hooks. The campground hosts are friendly and helpful. A very nice campground close to shopping and entertainment.

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Buck Hall is a US Forest Service recreation area campground located on the Intracoastal Waterway. Hook-ups include water and electric. The sites are long and with the exception of site #6, are level. The campground is a lovely setting off the beaten track with beautiful views of the waterway and surrounding salt marsh. The Host is very friendly and helpful.

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Rainbow Plantation is an Escapee Park. The sites are all back-in on level grass or sand and very spacious. Roads are paved and there is plenty of room to navigate into sites. Utilities work well although only half of the 97 sites offer 50 amp elec. No cable TV is offered and internet is thru Tengonet. I found the internet to be useless. I was not able to get a signal in the trailer. I did get a good signal from Dish Network. As with all Escapee parks, there is plenty to do with many planned activities and functions. This is my third visit to Rainbow Plantation, but I doubt I will return due to the sandy/no grass sites. For my future visits to Lower Alabama I'll look for campgrounds with better sites.

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This is one of the best state parks that we have visited. We had our pick of sites and chose one that backed up to the lake. Beautiful site and surroundings. There were few neighbors in November. Site and roads are paved and well maintained. Utilities worked well, as expected. Good Verizon and excellent Direct TV. This was our second stay and we would certainly consider spending a month or more during the winter months in the future.

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The Cape Girardeau Elks lodge has a campground with 11 full hook-up sites. Six sites back-up to their private lake. The campground area is quiet and situated in a partially wooded setting. The lodge is very active and has a popular club room. The lodge is located just off I-55 at Exit 99.

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Nice park. Friendly and helpful staff. Long pull thrus. Full hook-ups including cable TV. Great wifi. Good location to visit Shiloh NMP. This is my second visit and I will certainly return.

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This park is closed for the season and will not reopen in 2016. The owners plan to remove the park facilities put the land up for sale.

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This is a great state park. VERY family orientated. Nearby CCC constructed Lodge offers bar and restaurant services. Campground is adjacent to the Great River Road bike path. Close to Grafton wineries & tourist activities and ferry to Calhoun County, IL - go for lunch. Park also offers hiking trails, horseback riding in season and marina on IL river. Half of sites may be reserved, other half first come, first served. But, if you want a weekend site, get there by early afternoon on Friday or you're out of luck. Go and enjoy the experience.