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Very nice place outside of Savannah, Tennessee. We came to visit the Shiloh Battlefield. When we entered the office, the owners were so welcoming, "Welcome, thanks for staying here". That was a surprise. So helpful in getting around the area. LONG sites. Level. Pool was right across from our site so we got in many times a day....and the owners came in regulary. Big shindig Saturday night that was a lot of fun. WiFi was fabulous. Easy to get in and out of. Owner took us to the spot and made sure were all set. We would stay here again!

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Nice, nice place on the SE area of Kansas City, Kansas. It was about the best we could find in the area to visit our son. Level sites, very clean restroom (only one for each). Laundry room was neat. Right next to the interstate so some trucks braking off the exit but at night it got quiet. Manager takes you to your spot and makes sure you're all set up. Only one dumpster for the entire park.

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We stayed here twice...once going in to Kansas City and once coming back out. Both times were great. The owners take you right to your spot and make sure you're all set. Pool was terrific. Sites are nice and long for our 40' and trailer. Level sites. Quiet at night. We'd stay here again....oh wait, we did twice already !

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This park is HUGE....almost 500 sites! Each area has it's own swimming lake with a small beach for each. The manager put us in Z1.....what a great pull-through spot! No one on our right, in front of us and lots of room to our left. It's like we were there all alone. Very accommodating staff. Close to WalMart and Lowes. We'd stay here again.

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A county park this beautiful !!?? What a great find. It's quiet, spacious, long pull-throughs, clean bathrooms, places to walk, bike and run. A lake that you can swim in. Quiet at night. No WiFi. Water pressure was good. A very nice place to stay for a restful couple of days. Lots of staff around to make sure the place is clean and safe. Oh, when you arrive from the south, you have to swing WAY wide to turn right into the park. It's more than a 90 degree turn.

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Wonderful place to stay to visit Frankenmuth. Trees and serene surroundings. Bathrooms were clean. Showers (we did not use) were coin operated. Our site was 100' long...easy to pull in with our 40' and car trailer. Nice neighbors. The person checking us in got us a spot that our satellite could poke through the trees. Water pressure was good. No WiFi. We would stay here again.

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This is a campground, not an RV park so count on lots of trailers, kids, bikes. Not a bad thing, just the way it is. The owners were great in helping us unhook and store our car trailer. They pick up your trash, bring you firewood. The swim area could be nicer. We had a site with electric and water only. They pump out for $8. Nice location and site right on the river and inlet waterways. Close to Alpena and shopping - 8 miles or so.

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Sites were sooooo spacious....neighbors were very far away. The best sites with shade were only 30Amp. 50Amps sites were out in the open. Not bad, but no trees or shade. Person who checked me in took me out, on foot, to my site to make sure I was happy with it. Quiet at night. Nice place. We'd return.

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This turned out to be a great place to stay for 5 days. The spaces were roomy, it was quiet, easy to get to the nearby attractions (Soo Locks, Shipwreck Museum, etc), nice IGA grocery down the road. Water pressure was good. WiFi was terrific. Easy in and out with long pull-throughs. The Manager that checked us in was terrific. She put us in an inside row. I asked for an outside row with a view of the trees. We pulled in to that site and our neighbors were too messy for us so I went back and she found a better spot for us. Three times we changed and each time she was very helpful. Not attitude or anything. Laundry was neat and clean.

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When going to a hotel, you show up and get the best room available...usually. Now, we show up at this campground and, even though we were there before anyone else, we did not get the preferred site facing the lake. Why? Because our reservation came in after theirs. I realize why some parks have to do this but it's exasperating to see a site go empty for a few days that I could've had. Having said all that, this place had very, very clean bathrooms and the location to the lake and parks nearby are great. The sites were rather close and LOTS of children all over the place...after all, it's a campground, not an RV park.

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Cash or Check only. Electric and water. No sewer but there's a dump station. Nice, nice setting for a campground. Shade, and LOTS of space. I counted off 60-feet between units. The owner, Pat, was terrific. Walked over to our pull-through to make sure we got settled in. We have a 40' with a 21' trailer and we fit in our site just fine. Big storm came through and knocked down lots of branches. Next day, she was out cleaning up the park. Very quiet at night. Half the park are permanents but nice and neat. Ice cream social on Saturday night. Good grocery store is about 2-3 miles away. Gorgeous countryside surrounding. Bathrooms could use a new coat of paint but they were clean. We'd come here again.

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This was a nice find in the Fargo/Moorhead area as there's nothing else that would accommodate our 40' and trailer setup. You pull in, find your spot and deposit money or check in one of their envelopes. All grass...and I mean all grass...with a dirt road circling the spots. Kind of difficult to find a spot. I had to get out and walk around to determine where they were and how to get in them, as they're not well marked. Only about 8-10 people when we were there...all spread out. We found a nice spot and settled in. Quiet and peaceful. No Wi-Fi, water pressure was a bit low but adequate. Fire rings were placed in front of the rigs, and only every other site had one. Easy off and on the interstate. One night only. We'd stay here again.

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We've never stayed at a COE park before. This one was great. Spacious sites with no one on our passenger side at all. Electric 50 amp only. No water or sewer. Quiet and peaceful. There are great walking, paved walking paths around the park to see the lake, birds, wildlife (deer), wildflowers, or exercise. No Wi-Fi. Water pressure was fine. Men's showers were too used and old for me. One toilet only for men. When I informed the host that there was no TP, he told me it was taken regularly by children to start their fires. Nice place. We'd come again.

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Here is one odd RV park. The outside of the park are all back-ins and you park your car in front. Sites in the inside circle, with grass, are horizontal parking BUT the water and electric are on the passenger side and the sewer is in the road itself...inside your space. Strange. The staff was helpful. Water leaked at the unit. They're replacing the valves one by one. There was grass there so it did not muddy up. The guy behind us left a ton of oil on the pavement after he left. I told the staff. "I'll be right out there to put something on it". Never happened. They have one maintenance person for 4-5 properties. Cozy place though. All of us RVers were close to each other and friendly. The railroad yard, right over the fence, was not a noise problem, nor was the street at night. It's the only real RV place in town. We'd come again. Oh, on the 4th of July, the ENTIRE TOWN's power went out. We ran our generator all night. Next morning, it still had not come back on. HUGE lightning storm barreled through.

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Very nice park right off the interstate. Very welcoming couple checked us in then guided us to our site and told us all about the walking path around the park and the evening sunsets. Minimal traffic noise. Level sites. Not sure why people thought the mile long road coming in was so bad. It was just a gravel road that needed to be driven slowly. We'd stay here again.