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We stopped here on our way back south. It is a small campground with several sections. The park has shaded and non-shaded sites. The sites are mostly gravel with a section that has concrete pads. FHU, Verizon has decent signal, some TV channels on antennae, no discounts and laundry. The WiFi was very weak. There is a section of back-in sites right behind the office which might have better WiFi signal. The owners were very welcoming and helpful.

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This is a brand new park. New office and bath house. All of the roads and sites are fresh gravel. Grass has been seeded at all the sites but have not came up yet. Should be alot better next year. All of the sites are pull-thru. WiFi is only around the office at this time. The attendant advised that it is planned to cover the whole campground eventually. Verizon is 4g with full bars. With the TV antennae turned towards the east we are getting 13 channels. Super Walmart and several restaurants are within a block of the campground. We stayed only one night with a PA discount. The only down side is a noticeable amount of road noise from the Interstate 80.

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This was our first time to stay here. We had read the other reviews and were aware of the trains being in close proximity. We just needed a safe place to get off the road for the night and to have hookups. If you are a light sleeper and any noise will wake you up then this park is not for you. But if a little train noise is no problem then this is a nice small park. A large RV over 40 foot might have a problem in finding a site. We were in Site #4 and it was long enough for our 33 foot 5wheel and truck. We stayed on the Passport America discount which came to $15.00 cash only. We just hooked up electrical. There were water and sewer connections in out site. We would stay here again if we needed to get off the road.

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This is a very interesting park. It is on the banks of the Mississippi River and very nice to watch the boat traffic. Boats and barges pass all times during the day. The sites long with plenty of room to park the vehicle in front of the rig.

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We called before arriving and was told that they were open but the office was not fully open. We were instructed to use the late arrival box when we arrive. As we 0ulled in the attendant met us at the office. Our only option was full hookups due to the whole park had not been opened for the season. Our charge came to $40.75. Only the bathhouse was open. The pool, laundry and Jacuzzi was still winterized. The site were long and level. We were unable to connect to the wifi. We used our own since we weren't have to pay for their wifi.

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We have camped here before and have always enjoyed our stay. Some sites have little parking due to the park being older. On a busy weekend there is alot of congestion because of the parked vehicles along the sites. Water and electric were good. Most sites have their own patio and are water front.

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We enjoyed our stay here as we explored Nashville. The sites are long and have plenty of room. Our site had a slight incline to get into it. It was a little tricky backing in. Our site had water and electric.

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A very clean park with spacious sites. There was a central water spigot for each section. Sites only had electric. Some sites were water front. The bathrooms and showers were clean.

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We stopped here for one night. It is a quite campground with full hookups. We enjoyed our stay and would return if we are back in the area.

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Stayed here while visiting friends in the area. The sites are electric only with water and dump site by entrance. The sites are set in a wooded area. There is a bathroom/shower house also at the entrance. The adjacent park has group picnic areas with a reserve able shelter for parties. A swimming pool, walking trails and playground are close by.

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This is a quite wooded park. The sites are set among the trees and care is needed with low limbs. Picnic tables and fire rings are included. Water pressure is low. WiFi is present but very weak. The down side to this park is unlevel sites and low branches.

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The park is partly wooded with gravel sites. The large sites have W/E and a dump station at the entrance. Verizon service is strong at 4g. We picked up over 35 local TV stations including ABC, NBC and CBS. The park only had a dozen other campers while we were there. Water pressure was 45 lbs. Electric was good. Bath/shower house is centrally located in the park. Payment is by drop box. Very quite park. Enjoyed our stay.

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We pulled into the park on Sunday at 6:30pm with no reservation. We had tried calling but didn't get an answer. We were concerned if we could get a spot. As we arrived at the office, the Camphost came over to greet us. The park is wooded area with gravel roads. It is laid out in 2 circles with the bath house in the center. We had water, electric and cable. The site was $22 with $2 for cable. The sites are all back-ins on grass with the connections at the back of each site. They are laid out where 2 trailers would back up to each other and share hookups. The park was only a third full. There was a little road noise from the trucks on the hwy but not bad. Electric and cable was good. Verizon was at 3g and good signal. We only stayed 1 night. We would return. I can see where the park would be crowded if full with vehicles parked in front of their sites.

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We arrived and checked in at the office. Our site was a pull-thru with WES and Cable. It was gravel and level. The campground was clean and was easy to get set up. The WiFi was very good. We were here only one night and did not check out the showers or bathrooms. After we got inside and settled down we didn't hear any road noise or outside traffic. It was a quite park and easy to get to.

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The daily rate reflects the monthly rate of $350. All sites are level concrete pads with W/E/S. WIFI worked fairyly well. Clear view of the southern sky for Direct TV reception. Local TV stations came in very well. Cellphone reception was 4G with Verizon. Each site gets a trashcan which is collected every morning thru the week. Playground, tennis courts soccer fields. There are a total of over 200 sites. Within walking distance of a grocery store. Laundry within a few blocks. Surprisingly very few rigs stay during the week. Some weekends there will be a RV rally but they all leave on Sunday or Monday. We were the only rig in the whole park most of the time. We decided to winter here due to numerous family in the area. The only downside is no bath/shower house in campground. We have enjoyed our stay here. Campground kept very neat and clean. A lot of locals use the park for excercise, children sports practice and numerous functions in the civic center.