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We were a little nervous since we never saw anyone. It was an honor system to pay. The park had grassy and level sites. The Wi-Fi had a strong signal. The rate reflects Passport America and close to the interstate with no noise. We would definitely stay here again if traveling that way.

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The park was clean and concrete sites were level but close together. The staff was helpful except they didn't offer for us to park in the north lot which was less expensive than the south lot where they put us. Also, the Wi-Fi did not work for any of the five days that were there and we were counting on it. The price was a bit high for no Wi-Fi and no cable. We stayed there since it was only 6 miles south of the AT&T football stadium, our reason for being in Grand Prairie.

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This park is a couple of miles from the interstate. We used Passport America rate. There are no bathrooms or showers in the park. Fine for a one night stopover. The Internet worked very well and there wasn't any shade so we had no problem with the satellite. The staff was friendly and the park was clean, sites were level.

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After the long 12 miles from the interstate we enjoyed the park. The sites were mostly level. We stayed in the water & electric only area with gravel pads, not asphalt like the E/W/S area. A lot of tent campers in our area but the park was clean and quiet at night. Beautiful park with plenty of shade. We were able to receive a few antenna channels. There was AT&T cell coverage.

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The sites were level, not too far from the interstate. The park ranger and camp host were very friendly and helpful. The restrooms were older, but clean. They also had two washers and dryers and a bonus: an ice machine!

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The campground was off the interstate a ways and is a COE campground with a senior discount. The sites were a little unlevel. Ours had a view of the lake. The bathrooms were up on a steep hill so we didn't use them. Most of them were shaded, a lot of pull-throughs, a couple of levels and many on the lake. It was a nice relaxing campground, except we were there in August in 90 degree temps!

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This is a rustic park, but many trees and shade. The bathrooms were older, pretty clean but not maintained while we were there. Also to note, the bathrooms in our camping area were only toilets and sinks, the showers were down the road, not quite as clean and also had bathrooms with them. Unfortunately, we had tent campers behind us that stayed up until 2 AM and talked very loud, so it was difficult sleeping. It was pretty close to the interstate and to enter the campground one had to cross over a one lane bridge. Would have liked to know that in advance!

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This park is close to the interstate and a great stop over. It is clean and the staff was friendly. We used a pull-through site and needed some leveling. We would definitely stay here again. We used Passport America rate.

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Overall, the campground was nice. Our site was grass with a concrete patio and a tight squeeze between the patio and the sewer pipe. It rained a lot and the water permeated quickly into the ground. It has a swimming area for the lake but we didn't use it. The bathrooms were older but clean. It had a nice clubhouse with a reading room and lending library as well as a game room including two pool tables and card tables. The wifi worked fine for us. There is an outdoor pavilion with picnic tables and an out door community fire pit We stayed with a rally and used Passport America for the rate listed. There are a lot of permanent mobile homes within one section of the park, but not a problem. The staff was very helpful.

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Grassy, level sites and close together. We were lucky enough to receive a waterfront site (no additional charge), with a shade tree, for our 3 night stay. Cable $3/day additional. A few miles north of Bemidji, but well worth the drive. We used Passport America and would definitely stay here again.

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The sites were gravel and pretty level. We could get AT&T cell service and their Wi-Fi worked well. There was NO local TV stations or cable, as previously indicated. The staff kept pushing the town musical and other events. I suspect they must have received a rebate from sales. They put us in a site with no shade even though there were plenty of shady sites available.

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The owners/managers were pleasant. The park doesn't seem like much, but is great for an overnight stay, especially for $20. We didn't need the sewer for $5 more. The pool looked clean, showers/bathrooms were clean, the sites were fairly level with gravel. Most of the sites were side by side. We would stay here again if in the area.

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I was concerned with the other reviews, but this park is very clean and well run. It included an extensive Cable channel line up, the Wi-Fi reached our rig. We were in site #28, site was reasonably level. The bathrooms were very clean and included individual large dressing areas within the showers. We had a pull through site and the hook ups were too far back to have left our tow car attached. It didn't matter to us, since we were here a couple of nights. We would definitely stay here again.

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We used this campground as a base camp to visit the Columbia Gorge and surrounding areas. Need to remember that you have to go west on the interstate then turn around to go east. The sites were paved, but most of them weren't quite level. We were able to use our ATT cell phones and our MiFi hotspot worked well. Only a couple of TV stations from the antenna. My husband used the bathrooms/showers and they were clean, but they were cold also. We camped on the row beside the interstate, the traffic was constant but not unbearable. If we had gotten a site closer to the river, the trains would have been louder. Even though no train horns, there were a lot of them. We would stay here again, if in the area.

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The sites were somewhat level and large gravel pieces. There was no Wi-Fi signal from our hotspot or any cell service (with ATT). Cable and electric were an additional charge. The park was down a steep drive behind a mountain and four miles from the highway. The bathrooms were "being remodeled". We didn't use them, just looked in on them. We would not stay here again, even though we used Passport America.