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This park is clean and managed. It is quiet and easy to find. The roads are wide and easy to maneuver a big rig. Verizon and Dish Network worked well. This is a good place for an overnight stay.

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Easy to find and to get into. Some road noise. Sites were very muddy due to recent rain and snow. Verizon worked well; cable available.

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First night is Passport America and the second night is regular price which is reflected in the nightly rate. Dirt sites and you are packed in. We would go back as we were unable to take the train tour due to snow.

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They do not take credit cards so you must be prepared to pay by cash or check. Park near the back because of road noise. Verizon voice and data worked well. They provide cable. You will pay extra for 50 amp.

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It was clean and not fancy. Verizon and antenna worked well. Although we had no trees blocking our satellite it would not work as the sites were in the bottom of a gulch and the signal must have been blocked by the surrounding hills.

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Nice park with lots of privacy. Clean, quiet, well maintained and is gated. Some of the sites have a view of the lake. We had confusion as to which park we were going but found the reservation lady gave us good directions. Verizon and dish satellite worked well. We would stay here again.

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Gravel sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Not fancy but clean. No Verizon or satellite reception.

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They charged us $10 a night for an improved maintenance fee. Very clean and quiet. You choose your own site and we have a pull-through with 50 amp service. They sell show tickets at the Lodge and have meals available too. There is an indoor swimming pool, walking paths, mini golf and tennis courts.

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We paid $5 so we could have 50 amp service. This park is a gem! The owner came out and greeted us and we were led to our spot. They had just put down crushed rock at the site, so walking was harder for us "older" folks. It is very quiet and we had a pull-through spot. They sell propane here. They are developing 30 more sites that will be open the summer of 2016. There is a BBQ wagon at the driveway entrance. They also have a fishing pond that is stocked and you can keep your catch. We would stay here again.

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Must pass a guard shack so place is secure. It is clean and we have a pull through with 50 amp. Verizon works well here and so does Dish Network. You can walk to the Graceland complex. It is right behind the Heartbreak Hotel.

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Quiet and clean State Park. The 50 amp kept blowing our surge protector so we had to use 30 amp. Nice location if you want to explore Tupelo. Lot spacing was nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel, featuring a fire-ring, picnic table and patio.

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Clean and well maintained park associated with a casino. It was quiet and all sites are pull through. We had good Verizon and Dish Network service here. This is a good place to stay when you explore the Vicksburg battlefield.

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You can use Passport America for one day only. Long pull through sites right on the Mississippi River. This is a great base to see the town of Natchez and the lovely mansions. The park is very clean and well maintained. Lot spacing is nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface is a concrete pad and features a picnic table.

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This is a gated RV Park and we felt safe here. We had a pull through with 50 amp service. The people running the check in area are super helpful and you can buy tour tickets through them. They run a shuttle into town twice a day and it is $6 a person for the day. It did not work with our tours so we took a cab and that was $22 for the ride. The place is quiet and very clean.

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Right across the boulevard from the Gulf. We had a pull through with 50 amp and full hookup. You can hear trains. Park is clean and well maintained and if your rig is older than 10 years they have to approve it before you can be given a site. We were on gravel but all roads are blacktop.