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Price $20 plus $5 non-Nebraska daily state park entry fee for $25. Asphalt roads and sites, sites almost level with 30 amp electricity at my back-in site. Other sites side of the road pull throughs. immaculate kept lush grass between widely spaced sites withh many large-medium sized trees. A play ground, dump and potable water fill. A lake on one side and a section of the Platte river flowing by on the back side. Has fire rings and tables. One central bathhouse with toilets, sinks and showers. A really nice CG. Only deficiency is the variable not quite level sites helped by various leveling methods.

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Stayed in a 25 foot motorhome in the H section and my comments are based on this only. Bathhouses were clean with toilet, sink, and a great stick your hands in the slot hand blower dryer. The CG is on a slope with several loops and tarmac paved roads and sites. Sites are varied back end singles and double, and by the road pull throughs. Only a rare few are level. Most are mildly to badly un-level front to back and side ways. Many are very short. There were all sorts of leveling device attempts by campers trying to level their campers. Many campers had tents and canopies beside the paved sites. There were several non threaded faucets in the CG by the bathhouses. The main attraction for this CG is of course Yellowstone itself. So I rate this CG as only average for its own features. We actually were by luck assigned to an only sightly un-level site. This H section is heavily wooded and beautiful as a woodland. If there were the money to redo the CG, bulldozing new level and adequately sized sites would really make this a nice CG.

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A real find. No charge, but donation appreciated city park on the down sloop between the Blooser air field and the highway south of Concordia with a north and south entrance, a dump station at the north entry. Sign in name, home town, site number on provided envelope and enclose donation if you wish (I did $15 and worth it.) Tarmac CG roads and mostly level concrete pads of various lengths with thick green grass between. Some 30 and 50 amp posts, some 30 amp only between sites and some with water spigots shared. Bath house with wash basin, toilets; no showers. Can walk up hill to the air field; no planes there now. There is an extensive Frisbee golf "course " by the CG. Four back in sites, rest pull throughs. Fourteen sites, a fifteenth very short site has actually got a trash dump in it. Very clean and beautiful CG, and a real credit to the town providing this Air Port Park CG.

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Overnighted in the eastern B section along the river with a gorgious view with lots of trees, paved sites and roads. The western A section has the more western half view blocked by an extensive boat storage building and boat moorings. The eastern section of A has those nice river views. There are also more inland a C,D, E,F sections that are some reservable, some not. Many sites are level, some not quite. Well kept and clean park. $13 with senior America the beautiful pass. Good for biking about. This is really one of the best COE CGs I have camped at. There are 3 dump stations, one of which is presently taped off.

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Like most COE CGs, very nice. Sr rate of $13, well paved roads, widely spaced huge gravel-sand sites with nice table and mostly level. Right on the lake views. Bathhouse clean. Wooded. The CG follows the hills about the lakeshore and is up and down hilly so not good for biking or elderly walkers. Several miles to the Thurmond dam and COE vistor centers with history of the building of the dam and its value to the area in flood control, recreations, and electrical power. The entire Thurmond lake area has an incredible number of recreational opportunities; like 13 COE CGs, 6 state parks, 7 county parks, 3 US Forest Serevice, and 6 marinas, plus 23 day use and boat ramp areas.

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Large CG with well paved roads, sites dirt-gravel and variably level-unlevel. Moderate number trees and lots of grass between sites which aare nicely spaced. Bathhouse we used is worn and needs upgrading, though fairly clean. No soap, paper towels or hand dryer blower. By the sandy dunes and white sand beach. Woodland walks and lots of bike paths. A good nature center by a board walk on the esturary and a long entrance causeway with sidewalks on both sides connecting to the mainland.

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Stayed in the north figure of eight loop lay out campground. Didn't see the southern campground. The main road into the campground is well paved, and the ranger station, nature center, camp store, lake side and on the pier cabins are first class. The campground road though has very rough lurching pot holed surface, and the sites are ill-defined dirt and sand, variably unlevel with tree roots. Lots of trees. The bath house is old and worn and really needs updating though plus minus clean. There are several nice modern playgrounds for the kids. Nice piers and boat put in. Right on the side of the huge lake with beautiful view.

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We can in from I-59 over small twisty narrow roads with small hard to see signs. Not good. Easy to get lost even with aid of google map. Better to approach by highway 49 as the campground entrance is right off it. The campground is spread out by a large lake with a great view for most sites. Sites and roads well paved. Some sites are level, many not quiet level. Very clean rest rooms and showers. Sites with Electric Sewer & Water. We were an overnight stay. Great value at $14 plus 91 cents tax. A good campground to spend several days.

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Paved road and sites, nice evenly spaced. Well mowed grass and some landscaping. Extremely neat and clean. Right by the locks viewing passing boats. Quite with pastures and woodland behind. Shelter by each site. Watch out for the entry off highway 80, from the west large sign off two lane section may cause you to turn too soon on to a small road. Entry is a little further east.

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Located in the hills and hollows of east Tennessee, the CG is on the fairly top of a hill with a very steep paved road coming up from the nice park office in the valley (hollow). An older CG area that is not quite level, with pull-throughs and electricity and water. A newer area has large graveled sites more level. Bathhouses were clean. Dump station by the entry road. The Natural Tunnel is spectacular with a steep taxing zig zagging trail from a nice visitor center leading down; better to use the excellent chair lift. A creek has created a huge natural tunnel at the base of a hollow eroding a tunnel through a mountain. A railroad and the creek both run through the tunnel. There are hiking trails. Now for a complaint. The CG site price was $30. We were drop-ins, but we were charge $5 for a "reservation" anyway, plus tax on the site and the "reservation" So $38. The ladies at the office obviously have already caught a lot of grief about this but this was not in their control.

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We overnighted so only used the campground which was fine. Paved roads and gravel sites mostly level that I saw. 30 amp and water at site. Dump station. CG clean, neat with large central grassy areas. The north section we were in had a central bathhouse with only one paved walkway to it and the opposite side was a steep grassy sloop. Unfortunately Canadian geese were liberally pooping the area. The rest of the park has all sorts of recreational facilities that make it a great place for families to stay. Senior rate was 25% off, so $16/night for me. Very pleasant ranger I dealt with and rangers full time living at the park.

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A small CG just one mile south of the road to the Deep Creek Area, Smoky Mountain National Park. The CG is just in it's first or second year and is a narrow plot with a gravel road and sites that are not quite level, but have 30-50 amp E, W, and S. The sites are adequately wide and long in a slanted configuration pull through. There is no camp office and no bath room facilities, so not the place for tents and pop tops. No play grounds. There is a red train caboose mounted on rails for show. There is a camp host on site part time. $30 is over high for this. But it is quiet and the Deep Creek Area has three water falls and hiking trails so if your RV is self contained and you are just going to the national park it is usable.

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This is not just a campground. The state park is vast with a high wooded ridge on which sits a large beautiful lodge with rooms, restaurant, and cabins. 180 degree view overlooking the extensive lake Guntersville and the Tennessean river along which shore is the large campground with boat ramps, docks, swimming areas ,pavilions, a camp store, tennis courts, hiking paths, picnic areas and plenty of room for biking. Most of the tornado damage has been repaired with many new planted hardwood trees. The bathrooms are tiled and the one by us was super clean with a great hot shower. A 9 because a lot of the older sites are not level and need re graveling. There some newly renovated level concrete sites. There are lots of tent sites.

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Commenting only on the CG sites and dump as we got there during an early winter storm. There are five very unique double circle CG areas with about 15 sites in each area. You enter by a paved road leading to the inner circular road, which has the sites leading off obliquely to the outer road and thence to the exit road. The sites are narrow heavily wooded pull throughs with electric boxes. Not good for a big class A RV. Self registering boxes toward the center. There is a large paved well designed double sided approach dump with potable water fill. Didn't get to look at the recreational offerings nor see the bath house facilities. Was fine for our overnite sheltered from the storm stay.

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Large provincial park by large lake reservoir. A long 15 miles north of Moose Jaw off route 1 approach with fair paved road and wheat fields. Shorter road from Moose Jaw closed due to flooding. Stayed at the shady lane site which has a great view and some lower sites on the lake edge. Water faucets scattered about CG. Electric at site. New modern clean bath house. Gravel road and sites which were nicely separated. Lots of shrubs and grass. The road to the Buffalo pound area is long, very rough, narrow, pot holed and not good for a RV. A good family vacation area.