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Friendly staff. Concrete/level sites and a very clean park. Clean all in one bathroom/shower combo, nice for privacy. The pool was nice on a hot summer day and the wifi works OK, sometimes a little slow. The only negative is the entrance into the park has a dip that many, including us, have scraped. The exit is a little better, but not much.

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Friendly & helpful owners. Clean showers/bathrooms and good wifi. Grass/level sites and some trees. Walmart within walking distance behind the campground so there is some noise from the tractor/trailers spending the night.

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Friendly & helpful staff. Grass/dirt sites mostly level but not always, some trees to try to shield the sun. The cable and wifi are good. We stayed here to visit Four Corners and Mesa Verde National Park. They gave us $5 a day to use in the casino, we used their money and came out with $16, so it was a good time!

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Very friendly owners, good wifi, level sites with some trees. A little off the road but a worth it since it is a quiet setting.

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The sites are paved and level, but tight turns within the park. They use the buddy system with grass and picnic tables between the rigs. The wifi was good. You need to get a key at the office to use the pool. The park is clean and the staff is helpful.

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The sites are level with some grass. The wifi is good but there isn't anything within walking distance of this park. It is right off the interstate, so there's some road noise. The bathrooms & laundry room is very clean.

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Helpful staff, concrete level site, but they are tight. We would stay here again, especially using Passport America rate.

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Very nice state park, we were fortunate to receive satellite reception. The hosts were very helpful and the Logging Museum across the street is a must. We had a paved, level site with a lots of space. I don't think I would want to be there if it had rained. There is no grass, just dirt and it would have been a mess.

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The owners were very helpful and the campground was well maintained. There were quite a few of permanent residents so not a lot of sites for overnighters. There is only one bathroom/shower combo for men and one for women. We stayed here while we toured Newberry Volcanic National Monument.

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The site was gravel & fairly level. The campground wasn't too far off the interstate and only has electric & water and a dump station. You have to be an Elk member to use this, great for an overnight stop.

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The campground staff was pleasant and bathrooms were new and clean. The campground was well maintained but the wifi wasn't working when we were there. We thought it was a little expensive for one night and would look for somewhere else if in that area again.

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Since we were using Passport America we had to use a back in and had to unhook our tow. The site was a little unlevel and would have been a mess if it had rained, there would have been a lot of mud. The owners were very nice and helpful, plenty of trees and several wood carvings that are beautiful. It wasn't too far off the road so it was fine for overnight. The wifi worked in their barn (rec room) and was fine.

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First of all, the office had a strong smell of cat urine. We had a site with only electric & water, the cable hook up was hanging off a building behind the site so it was difficult to hook up. About 9pm that night they "rented" a site next to us, that wasn't marked, and had the rental Class C RV America pull in next to us, they pulled too close so they could share our utilities. It wasn't a buddy lot, since they had to pull their cord & hose behind the back and to the other side of our rv. Also, the bathroom stalls had shower curtain doors so there wasn't any privacy-we didn't use them. The site was gravel and level but we would not stay here again.

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The owners were very accomodating, our site had 50 amp electric, water & sewer, it was level and gravel. The wifi worked OK, a little slow when other users were on it. The campground was very well maintained and close to the interstate so there is road noise, but it didn't bother us. We were there the week before the Sturgis Rally so there were plenty of motorcycles around, but not a problem.

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This "campground" was only good for the electric, sewer & water. The bathrooms had shower curtain"doors" in the stalls and they weren't clean. The wifi advertised only worked if you went outside of the upstairs window at the main house, so don't plan to using it. The sites were level and gravel but the flies were horrible. We were able to get satellite and our ATT hotspot worked fine.