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This was just an overnight stay for us on our way home. The restrooms/showers were individual (toilet, shower, sink in each separate room) which is always a bonus and were really clean. The laundry room seemed really nice and had a flat screen tv. My big complaint is how unbelievably unlevel our site was. We have automatic levelers and after trying twice to get us reasonably level with no success, I finally gave up. Also, the sites are the narrowest I've ever seen. You truly cannot put your slides out all the way. One positive note is that there are 4 or 5 restaurants within a block of the park where you can walk and not have to unhook. I would most likely not stay here again unless absolutely necessary due to the unlevel site.

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This was the perfect place to stay while visiting Washington, DC. The park is the last stop on the metro bus line that takes you to and from the metro rail station. So you don't have to get in your car at all unless you want to drive to a nearby restaurant or store. Every afternoon at 4:00 they have an information session on how to get to and around Washington, DC, via the metro system which is very helpful. We stayed in a site directly across from the pool, restrooms/showers, and the café (which is open from either 7:00 or 8:00 in the morning until 8:00 at night). This is especially nice after a long day touring DC. You can even call and place an order to go. I highly recommend this park.

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This is a large rv park right on I-95 in Ashland which is basically a suburb north of Richmond. Because of its location, road noise was significant. However, because it was so hot we had to run the a.c. constantly so the highway noise didn't really bother us. The restrooms/showers were nice and clean and conveniently located. The sites were really tight and a little tricky to back into because of that. I would not consider this a destination park in itself, but it was conveniently located to Richmond, Fredericksburg and Colonial Williamsburg. Ashland is a nice-sized town with plenty of restaurants.

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This is a rustic park near the tiny town of Crozet ("Crow-Zay"). The sites are gravel with no trees in the section where we stayed. I had requested a site where we could get a satellite signal for sure. My only negative comment would be the long walk to the restrooms/showers, but overall the park is nice. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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This is a beautifully landscaped park with super helpful camp workers and pristine individual bathrooms. When making a reservation, just ask for a satellite-friendly site and they will be happy to accommodate you (most sites will qualify). The park is only a couple of miles northeast of downtown Franklin which has plenty of restaurants, shopping, Walmart, etc. This is our first time here, but we will definitely return. We love Franklin and this rv park.

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This is a large rv park with lots of trees. There are miles of paved bike/walking paths throughout the park. If you arrive on a Friday or weekend, be prepared for a long line to enter the park as there are tons of people who come in just for the day. The restrooms/showers are very nice and clean and conveniently located. We would definitely stay here again if coming to Charleston.

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This is the most amazing rv park. My husband was in heaven! We got one of the three semi-private sites behind the office under some huge oak trees. These are grass sites quite a way from the gravel road so you don't have to deal with any dust. Right next to us was an open field so we had great satellite reception while enjoying the shade from the trees. In front of us was a gorgeous view of one of three beautiful fishing ponds. My husband was allowed to fish without a license which he did every day while I drove the very short distance (about three exits) to downtown Savannah. We will definitely stay here again.

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This is a nice park that accepts Passport America. We had a nice pull through site with a clear view for satellite reception. Columbus is a great town with lots of restaurants and is only a few minutes from Auburn/Opelika where one of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail courses is located.

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This is a huge park right on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. There are only 5 FHU sites, so be sure to make your reservation early if you need sewer. This is a heavily treed park, but we were able to get satellite reception from our separate tripod set up near the front of the rig at the street. Just ask for a satellite friendly site when making your reservation. The restrooms/showers are clean and conveniently located. LA state parks honor America the Beautiful passes (50% off) if your home state reciprocates. Unfortunately, Texas does not so we had to pay full price. I would definitely stay here again if coming to the New Orleans area.

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This is a nice park right on the Mississippi River across from Natchez, MS, with several mature trees for shade but still open enough for satellite reception. Just ask for the type of site you need and they will accommodate you. I can't remember exactly what we paid, but we got a Passport America rate for Thursday night and Escapees for Friday and Saturday nights. The restrooms were private, i.e., a toilet, sink and shower in each separate room and were clean. My only negative comment about this park would be the extremely dusty roads throughout the park (way more dirt than gravel). I would definitely stay here again if coming back to the Natchez area.

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This is a Corps of Engineers park right on the Red River about 40 minutes south of Natchitoches, LA. It is pristinely manicured with huge sites. The restrooms and showers are spotless. Satellite reception is easy as there aren't many large trees blocking the southern sky. We used our Golden Age Pass so we paid $17.50 per night.

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The owners are super nice, efficient, and helpful. We stayed in a 50 amp site on the river (stream) which had no shade whatsoever but was a nice place to hear the sounds of the stream. Sites in the interior section have nice mature trees for shade. All of the sites are gravel and seem to be level. My only negative comment is that the roadways are gravel and kick up lots of dust. The little town of La Veta is cute with several good restaurants/cafes.

     

Midway Park COE

Waco, Texas

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The best part of this park is the price: $12/day with Golden Age Pass. We stayed in a 50 amp pull-through site closest to the highway. In this particular area there are only 2 sites with shade. Because it was so hot, we had our windows closed with the a.c. on so we didn't notice any road noise. Our gravel site was not particularly level. Even with our automatic levelers we still listed to one side. The campground is about 6 miles west of I-35 right on Lake Waco and is close to plenty of shopping and restaurants.

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Since this park is at the top of Raton Pass, the temps are nice and cool. The view of the valley to the south is gorgeous. There is minimal shade, but it doesn't matter since it is so cool. The owners are super nice and accommodating and ask you about any possible discounts for which you may qualify. The restrooms & showers could not be any cleaner. Breakfast is served every day and is not only very good but inexpensive as well. I had eggs, bacon, fries, biscuit and coffee for $5.99. Dinner is served a few days a week as well. This is a great place to stop after driving in hot Texas weather.

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Fifty five per night reflects a Good Sam discount on a weekly rate, which is too much for this park. The overall appearance is unkempt & weedy. Each site is almost level, but not quite. However, the pond and Big Thompson River are beautiful. The restrooms are spacious and clean. Each shower is really large. I probably would not stay here again.