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Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Sunset Travel Park, Cottondale, Alabama

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $17.00
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This is a divided CG, with three different areas/locations. The first location and the only park office is located at 5001 JVC road. You have to check in here. The second and third locations are at a different addresses off University Avenue about a mile away. The first location has cement pads with trees and is set up for smaller rigs (less than 35’). The second location is a large space (parking lot) with gravel, no trees and is set up for pull throughs (big rigs 45+) with surrounding back-ins with 50A, water and sewer. There is a do-it-yourself car wash adjacent to this area. The third area is adjacent to the second but with a different entrance, this area is mostly storage with a few seasonals. We stayed in the second area which required some extra effort in leveling, the entire area is on a grade. The management stated that there was WiFi, however, we found no signal the entire time we were here, but the Verizon and Virgin cards worked OK. This area seemed to be mostly seasonals that are working in the area. The utilities all worked OK with no problems, water was well above 65 psi. Access is easy with plenty of room for maneuvering. This is a good one night stand, especially since they take Passport America. We camped at Sunset Travel Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Harvest Moon RV Park, Adairsville, Georgia

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $35.00
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We spent three days at Harvest Moon and can’t find one negative thing to report. Everything is just the way a well designed and maintained RV resort/campground should be. To go through all of the amenities that this park has would be a waste of time. We rated Harvest Moon a perfect 10 because there are no improvements needed, we will be back! We camped at Harvest Moon RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Whispering River Resort (formerly Misty River Cabins & RV Resort), Walland, Tennessee

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $45.00
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Misty River RV is an older, well established CG. The Old Walland Hwy leading to the entrance of the CG is two way, (single lane each direction) very narrow with no shoulder, making passing another rig difficult. Plenty of room for easy access once in the park, even for the big rigs (45+). The spaces and access roads are gravel. The electric (50A), water and sewer were easy hook-up. However, we did have one power failure for approximately 40 minutes when the temperature reached 97 degrees. The WiFi was excellent, no problems with the signal. Each space has a fire pit and table, but most of the picnic tables are in need of maintenance or replacement. We used our Passport A card and ended up in the section that appeared to be set aside for the seasonals. The park has several well maintained recreation buildings that house the big bath house, laundry room, game room and conference room. Your trash can be set out in front of your space and it will be picked up each morning. The grounds are clutter free, but the grass requires mowing. The Misty River runs adjacent to the CG making for a nice relaxing walk by the river. The management and workers were very friendly and helpful. The price was a little high ($45+ tax), however, we would stay here again. We camped at Whispering River Resort (formerly Misty River Cabins & RV Resort) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Corbin / Laurel Lake KOA, Corbin, Kentucky

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $31.00
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This is a well maintained KOA campground. Good size and placement of road signs showing the way in. There are a lot of trees in this area of KY and this park is loaded with them. However, they are well trimmed allowing good big rig access and of course a lot of shade. The shade was a welcome attribute due to the high temp while we were here. The access roads and pads are all gravel (large stone) with little dust, even when dry. The access roads are a little tight for big rigs (40+), but manageable. The pads are fairly level requiring just a slight amount of leveling effort. We had a cement patio with a portable fire pit and a round glass table with four nice chairs. The pool was very clean and well maintained. The hookups were well positioned with multi ground level sewer connections next to each pad. There were no problems with the electric (50A) or water supply. The management was very friendly and helpful, even escorted us to our space. The only reason we did not give this CG a 10 rating is due to the intermittent Wi-Fi service. We will stay here again. We camped at Corbin / Laurel Lake KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Detroit Greenfield RV Park, Ypsilanti, Michigan

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $32.00
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This is an older, poorly maintained, fairly large and quite busy, (especially on weekends) campground. If you like a lot of kids, noise and cars parked everywhere, this is the place to come. The entrance and access roads are dirt and are in need of some serious pot hole repair. Driving a big rig on these roads is almost suicidal. Instead of grading the roads, maintenance had one worker going around with a skip loader and shovel filling the holes one at a time. In the pull-through area, the pads are nonexistent, just soft grass which makes it impossible to level your motor home without sinking in with the levelers. The Wi-Fi was out of order/weak signal for 2 of the 7 days we were here. Electric and water is OK, if you don’t need 50 Amps. For what you get at this CG, the price charged ($32 p/night) is too high, your visitors are even charged $3 per head per visit. Also beware that the mosquitoes are fierce after dusk. We won’t be back! We camped at Detroit Greenfield RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Bear Paw RV Park (Was East Branch River RV Park), Tawas City, Michigan

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $26.00
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This is a newer, well maintained CG, less than 6 years old that sits back ½ mile off the South side of M-55, approximately 3.5 miles east of the M-55 & M-65 junction. The gravel entrance road has a large, easily seen ID sign and is slightly dusty when dry. The pads are all gravel/dirt. All spaces are large with easily maneuverable access roads and a separate space for your towed. No problem for the big rigs (45+). All of the RV pads have electric, water and sewer. The sewer hookup is ground flush making it an easy dump process. Electric is reliable (even during thunder and lightning storms) and all are 50A. The Wi-Fi, while we were here, was out of order due to a lightning strike. There is no (Verizon) cell phone reception from the lower area of the park. The owner is very friendly and easy going, doesn’t even have one of those full page set of rules. We had a great stay at this park and would stay here again. We camped at Bear Paw RV Park (Was East Branch River RV Park) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Lakeshore Park Campground, Saint Ignace, Michigan

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $35.00
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This is an older well maintained CG that sits back off State Hwy 2 on a lake frontage road with a great view of Lake Michigan. Finding the park is a little difficult due to the lack of signs directing you onto the frontage road. The access roads are gravel and are just wide enough to handle the big rigs (40+). The pads are gravel mixed with dirt and are fairly level, however, they are tightly spaced. The utilities are located on both sides of the spaces making it confusing as to which pad is assigned to which utility, even though they are identified by the number of the space. Management is trying to make it possible to either pull in, or back in. We had a problem with our neighbor being hooked up to ours. The fire pits are made from cut up barrels making them movable, (not a good thing) which allows your neighbor to move his under your open window or up wind of your rig, we could have smoked fish in our rig more than once! The Electric (50A), water and Wi-Fi signal at our space was great and the management was very friendly. The mosquitoes were there, but not too bad. We would camp here again. We camped at Lakeshore Park Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Hi-Pines Campground, Eagle River, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $15.00
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Hi-Pines is an older CG which spreads out over an 80 acre area with a lot of different types of spaces. There are spaces hid away back in the woods for smaller rigs and wide open spaces with easy access for the larger rigs (45+). Located just North of Eagle River on the West side of Hwy 45, the entrance is a little tight for larger rigs (with trees needing trimming) but passable. The office is located at the end of the black-top entrance road which breaks out into a large clearing. The park advertises full hook-ups but lack sewers. The electric (50 amp) and water is fine. The access roads and pads are dirt causing dust when traveled. There is a swimming pond which attracts the younger group. The CG is located close to the airport final approach flight path which has small business jets landing several times a day. Bugs are not too bad. The owners have gone to great lengths to make this CG very family friendly, with an ice cream parlor and video arcade with a pool table. The Wi-Fi signal was very poor at our site which was fairly close to the office. The management was very helpful and friendly. Our rate was the discounted Passport America rate. We would stay here again. We camped at Hi-Pines Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Apostle Islands Area Campground, Bayfield, Wisconsin

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $35.00
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This is an older CG that sits back in the hills off of State Hwy 13 just south of Bayfield. There are a lot of trees everywhere making the majority of spaces very shady, giving the feeling that you are really camping. The access roads are a combination of blacktop and dirt/gravel, the pads are dirt/gravel and some require extra effort to level. The owners run the park and have a full page of their rules to be followed or you will be asked to leave. There is an over abundance of signs posted to what you can’t do while in the park. The park has very steep hills throughout making navigation to and into spaces more difficult than normal, but still possible. There is only one location for the whole park to deposit your trash and the WI-FI signal was very low at our space. We found the owners to be friendly and helpful, they even delivered firewood to our site. Some spots have a nice view of the lake, we did not. We camped at Apostle Islands Area Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Trails RV Park, Walker, Minnesota

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $31.00
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This is a very pleasant, fairly new park. Sand access roads which are narrow, and sand pads that are narrow and extra long. Plenty of room for the large rigs plus the towed. Limited shade, mostly on the south side. Lots of bugs. A small stream runs through the lower area with a pond that is set back into the trees. The management sprays the area which controls the bugs to some extent. Very large spaces with lots of grass. Easy access for the bigger rigs. Excellent Wi-Fi signal. The management is friendly and the price is right, we will stay here again. We camped at Trails RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Red Trail Campground, Medora, North Dakota

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $25.00
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Stayed in this park over the 4th of July and it was full to capacity. The dirt/grass spaces are double tandem with 1 foot between rigs with spaces close together side by side, a very closed in feeling. There was a mud hole at several spaces right at the entry door to the rigs causing a problem for days when it rained. Only one trash container location for the whole park. Limited sewer hook-ups. Poor dirt/blacktop access roads, narrow with a lot of untrimmed trees and tight turns. The park has only one pump out station. The town is within walking distance and offers a great sightseeing experience. There is a very loud train passing every 30 minutes all day and night. The owners are friendly and even let us wash our rig, and the price was right. We would stay there again only if we had to. We camped at Red Trail Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Yellowstone River RV Park and Campground, Billings, Montana

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $49.00
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We stayed in this park for one night and had a very poor space. They are double spaces with no clearance between the rigs. The pads are dirt but fairly level. The utilities are located at the extreme rear of the space and hard to hook up to. The access roads are small and hard to maneuver around the turns. Lots of cottonwood trees causing fuzz into everything, including my AC inlets and window screens. The park was way overpriced for what they offer. There was only one good thing we found at this park, and that was the great fenced in dog areas. Pass this one by. We camped at Yellowstone River RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Lakeside RV and Campground, Provo, Utah

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $29.00
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We have stayed at this park twice over the past three years. Both times we have been very satisfied with the overall park. There are a few pros and cons that we noted during our visits. Even though the park management sprays regularly, the bugs are bad, especially the mosquitoes. There are quite a few seasonal residents causing the usual eye-sore. The pads are dirt mixed with gravel. The pads are level with plenty of trees for shade. Large, easy access black top park roads, great Wi-Fi signal, friendly park workers, and the price was right. We camped at Lakeside RV and Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Southside RV Park, Dillon, Montana

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $32.00
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Well kept park. There's a fast moving stream running through the middle with a private bridge spliting the park grounds, great fishing. Gravel pads are large but muddy around the edges when wet. Park roads are easy access but dirt/gravel causing dust when dry. The Wi-Fi signal was excellent, the park management was friendly, no bugs and the price was right. We camped at Southside RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 30
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 2

Lakeside Casino & RV Park , Pahrump, Nevada

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $17.00
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The park grounds are showing some signs of lack of maintenance and the restaurant and casino are also being neglected. Other than those things we are still rating this park way above average. We have stayed here several times over the past few years and have always had a good experience. The pads are spacious, cement and level. They are easily accessed with wide black-top roads. Never had a problem getting 50 amps. We have never had a bug problem and the price is right. We camped at Lakeside Casino & RV Park in a Motorhome.

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