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This was an overnight stay for us. The cg is about 5 miles from the interstate, very quiet, country. We were by ourselves in the way back. We would stay here again.

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We needed a cg near Burlington as we were going to a rally and this fit our needs. Big rigs are an easy fit. We are a 36' MH plus toad. Delightful cg. rv owners, actual rvers, new owners(2nd year). We were greeted warmly at the office, paid and then led to our site. We were as far from the office as we could be and the wifi was very solid. Only 30a service but they are planning to upgrade to 50a. Would come back here again.

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This was just an overnight stay for us. We received a GS + a cash discount. The campground is in the woods, deep woods. I am not sure we would fit excepts in the overnight spots. A lot of permanents(weekend type) so happy we were there during the weekend. A typical family cg. Easy in/out, close to hwy.

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We pulled in without a reservation and discovered there was a rodeo in town. If we had know this we would have continued on down the road. Office staff was great, fast check in and escorted to site. We haven't been here for several years and thought the price a bit high. When I looked at the receipt we paid $57 for one night and $44 for the second. I assume the first night was because of the rodeo. This is a lovely, quiet park. Very friendly people. Easy in/out in a convenient location. The city bus to go downtown stops right in front of the park. Great way to get to the Riverwalk.

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We parked in a pull-through space. Very tight spaces but a very quiet park. The deer and peacocks wandering around were an added bonus. This prk is 6-7 miles off of I10. I would call before traveling to the park to make sure they have space.

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This park is really in Seminary,MS. The road in is one way but not marked as such. Narrow and a little rough. All dirt. Very nice welcome buy the manager, led us to the site which was a pull through. Good sat. reception as you are on the top of a hill. Fair amount of workers but plenty of other sites. Wifi was poor in the afternoon/evening but in the AM was fine. Very quiet campground, good for an overnight or longer. Quite a distance from the road. Price paid is Passport.

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Great COE, paved sites, large. Plenty of space and on the water. Very quiet. Covered picnic table.

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We stayed here for a week. Very quiet small campground. All sites are easy to get into and very large. Bushes between the sites.I have an ATT hot spot and no problems getting service. The entire park is a small park with little traffic. Would stay here again.

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Good CG for an overnight, several options for entering. This is essentially a house owner who took extra land and made an rv park. Electricity is so-so. There is a new owner and the name has changed to Eagles(town has also changed to Walterboro) and the rate has gone up to $30. The office is not clearly marked, walked up to house(run down) and "office" not open. No notes as to what to do. The host walked up and gave us a site. No one was expecting us, they had messed up our reservation by a day, luckily there was space. OK for an overnight but no longer.

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I am not sure of the neighborhood this park is in. Lovely park, check in was friendly and fine. However, person in office had to buzz us into the office and there is a high wall and gates that enclose the park. You need to get a remote from the office to open the gates. I have never encountered this before, nor have I ever been through Las Vegas before so this may be "normal" for Las Vegas.

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Lovely campground, wonderful owner. Campground is next to I-15, very noisy. We camped here in October and had to run our AC fan all night to drown out the noise. We would stay here again.

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Based on previous reviews we thought we would fit (MDT+40' 5th Wheel). Campground said we wouldn't have a problem. We were assigned to Row A, the turn into row A was tight, streets were narrow. In order to get into site we had to go 5' onto grass across the road. If the campground had been full there is no way we could get into the site. Site was plenty long. If we had been assigned to Row B or C we would not have been able to get out due to the narrow road. If the campground had been full (summer) I doubt if we could have gotten into our site. Campground was wonderful except for the tight roads.

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We stay here twice a year to visit our daughter. A month each time. Wonderful campground, clean, quiet, good neighbors. We stay in the pull through spots in the back, plenty of length, good electricity and hookups. Staff is great, no ant problems as previously mentioned in other posts. Very accommodating staff. Have propane at a good price and fill you up right away. Will accept mail and packages. Location is great. DW had a convention at the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown, 15 minutes away. Reliant Stadium is 5 minutes.

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Lovely, new CG. Very friendly staff, escorted to site. Sites large and long. No trees. Immaculate shower and rest rooms. Quiet. Will stay here again.

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This is a Passport CG. We use it several times a year. This sites are long and flat, CG is quiet even though close to I-10. This is a little used CG but the price is right, generally you only see 3-4 rigs in the CG. Sites are long, plenty of swing space for big rigs. We have stayed overnight only.