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We stayed here twice in two weeks and were pleased both times. The office staff was very nice and efficient. Our site was mostly level and the utilities worked well, especially considering that the RV park was almost full and the temperatures were close to 100 degrees! We ran two a/c with no issues. Entrance to the park is well done and easy. The RV area is well designed with fairly good spacing. They could use a few trees and more landscaping but it's a new park so perhaps it's yet to come.

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We've stayed here on overnight cross country stops at least six times over the last few years. The staff is always very friendly, helpful and professional. The park is kept very clean and it's a very pleasant place. They have a little lake with a walking path around it and several places to just sit and enjoy.

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Somebody did an amazing job laying this campground out as it sits on several levels. Most sites are fairly level and hookups are nicely positioned. It's a little tight getting in and out but it works. There's nothing particularly special about this park but it works great for an overnight stop. Office staff was very friendly and led us to our site, which they do for everyone. We would stay here again.

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This was a nice overnight stop for us and our second stay here. While the pull through sites are very long they are very tight and close. Hookups are conveniently positioned and worked well. They provide trash pickup each morning and their laundry room is very nice.

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This was our seventh stay in this campground! We've stayed in every site on the back loop on the river plus three other interior sites. All have been great! This is a typical COE campground -- very well done! The advantage of this park is that it is full hookups! We enjoy the sites back on the river where we can sit and watch the many barges go by. The park is always clean and well maintained. This is a very popular campground so reservations are suggested.

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This was our 3rd stay in the campground and if we're ever back in the area, we'll stay there again. Typical COE campground -- very nicely done! Sites are nicely arranged and spaced with easy access. Nice view of the lake and plenty of room to walk in the campground. Take what you need as there is no close by shopping. We used the laundry facility and it was clean and cheap! Much appreciated.

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This was our fourth year to spend the winter in this park. We arrive in early December and head home in mid March. Rock Crusher has served our purposes and we like it because it's more like a state park than a private park or resort. Most sites are spacious and there's plenty of trees, shrubs, etc. left to enjoy. We've always stayed on the upper level because it's easier to drive around up there and parking a large rig is much easier than on the lower level where the roads are tighter. Since the park is mostly full of "Snow Birds" during the winter months and since most of them have been there for many years, everybody takes care of their own space by raking, planting things, keeping trees, etc. trimmed and neat. The park does send a crew around to clean up the piles left for them in a timely manner. Many people pay to leave their rigs in the park full time and quite a few people live in the park full time. The park was sold to Sun RV Resorts in the summer of 2015 and many things are changing. Rates are going up, which was expected by most. The new management (which was needed) is taking steps to clean things up and will probably begin restricting the use of additional dining canopies, enclosed canopies, etc. to a limited number per site. They've provided new picnic tables which were badly needed. They will be building a new office and check in facility which will mean the loss of quite a few pretty trees, which is a shame. Rumor has it that Sun Resorts will be moving quite a few park models into sites around the park, cutting down on available RV sites and they've already begun the process.

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This park is a large concrete parking lot next to a baseball stadium. Every site is a pull through with full hookups and there are trash cans spaced around the area. We never saw an attendant of any kind but people staying there are friendly, and there was a crowd! Payment is via a self pay system and there are no reservations. It's first come, first served. You drive through a very nice commercial office area to get to the park and that seems strange. It was quiet at night and we felt very safe. We would use this park again if in the area.

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This was our second stay here and we already have reservations here for about three months from now. It's a very nice COE campground with nicely spaced sites. We were surprised to find a nice laundry room in the bathhouse near us. The address may be Bainbridge, GA but it's much closer to Chatahoochee, FL!

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This is a nice little campground. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had a very long pull through site which while not totally level was very useable. Our hookups all worked very well and the park was very quiet. We enjoyed our overnight stop here very much and will return.

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This is the second time we've used this an an overnight stop. The office staff is friendly and efficient. The short term sites are together in one area. Ours was a long pull through but had a curve in the middle which made it a challenge and impossible to get straight in the site. We were the only ones in that line of sites so it seemed more spacious than it does when other rigs are also there. There are several older mobile homes in the park right across from the short term sites but they're mostly well kept. There are a few other long term rigs in the park but they seem to have good rules about keeping their sites clean. Too bad that one guy living there near our site felt it imperative to run his noisy diesel truck for a half hour at 6am! In general the park was quiet considering it's right off a busy highway and it was a good stopping place, which we will probably use again.

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This campground has a lot of potential! We stayed here about 5 years ago and it was obvious that very little had been done in the way of improvements since then. They badly need to at least grade the road used by every camper through the entire campground, if not entirely resurfacing the road! It's narrow and full of potholes and is very rough. When it rains, it's just mud holes everywhere. We saw several sites that were all mud due to recent rains. The pull through sites are mostly gravel so that helps. The campground setting is lovely with large trees and a creek running through the outside edge of the campground. The services worked well but sites are spaced very close together in most sections. The outside loop of back-in sites have a little more space than the pull-through sites. We barely had room for our trailer and the truck once we disconnected in our pull through site assigned us. We'll ask for a back-in if we return. There's the famous Mark Twain cave which you can tour and several gift shops including a winery on site. The campground office also has a small store with basics available. The downtown Trolley tour makes several runs to the campground daily so you could use that for touring downtown Hannibal, as long as you're mindful of your time constraints.

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This was our second stay here. It's a pretty little campground surrounding a small man-made lake right off I-57. Very convenient for an overnight stop but reservations are suggested as it's very popular! There is some traffic noise from the interstate but it's certainly not bad. The sites are fairly well spaced for a private park. Service connections are convenient and all worked well. Very friendly and helpful staff! There's a small walking path around the lake with comfortable chairs and swings available for relaxing. You can catch and release fish in the lake.

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This is our third stay in this campground for an RV Rally. The campground is nicely set up for groups and we were even permitted to put up a large tent filled with tables and chairs for a couple of weeks. The campground staff was very accommodating for our group activities. We had a lot of rain during our stay and as promised, this campground floods during heavy rain. It did drain off fairly quickly and I'm not sure there's anything that could be done to prevent the flooding and fortunately it doesn't happen often. The campground is surrounded by large open fields where beautiful horses are found and that's a nice bonus. The main downside is how close all the sites are to each other although this is very common in private parks. We barely had room for the provided picnic table between our rig and the one next to us. The laundry had new looking appliances (4 washers and 4 dryers) and plenty of room. They even a large table and chairs and lots of reading materials available. They have an RV/truck washing station up near the front office that worked well. This campground is near the center of everything there is to see and do while in Shipshewana.

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The only downside to this campground is the route you have to drive to get there! Narrow, winding, curvy, hilly, no shoulders on many of the roads and that's just the roads to get to the state park! Once inside the campground, the roads are adequate and nicely laid out with ample room between sites and room to get backed into back-in sites. There are several loops with a variety of services from which to select. You are very cut off from the outside world in this park! There's no internet, phone or TV to be had anywhere in the campground. Even at the store where we were told you could get service, we didn't find anything on either Verizon or AT&T. We didn't really find this to be a huge problem other than us personally adjusting and changing habits for a few days. All the staff we talked to were very friendly and helpful. The surrounding scenery and the river are amazing! Well worth the visit.