southernsky

  • Review Count 49
  • States Reviewed 21
  • Helpful Reviews 1

About southernsky

Retired couple working on the bucket list to see as much of this great country as we can.

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Nice park but not really big rig friendly. Only nine 50 amp sites and host has one of them. Mater of fact camp host (at least 8) pretty much have control of park. Laundry facilities need improvements 3 washers and dryers and have to compete with camp host taking them all. Very tight spaces in the big rig area. Great for tent and smaller trailer with 30 amp service. No ATT & Sprint service but there is wi-fi at the camp store. Roads are in poor shape and narrow. With all the negativity it really is a nice place with a beautiful lake and we would stay again if in the area.

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Good overnight with very tight spots. Grounds were nice. Lots of lights thru out the park. Not far off interstate. We would stay again for overnight if in area.

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Price with GS discount. Good for overnight because only campground in town. Right on the highway . Sites were close together and tight but wasn't too bad because mostly overnighter. Not far from town and stores. Looks like it use to be an old KOA. Next time I think we would stay in Steamboat.

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Stumbled on to this campground after trying one down the street that the reviews on here were way off. The park is under new ownership. Very nice staff and manager. Shaded back in spots and sunny pull thru with room between sites. Three bath houses and laundries, two pools and a small playground. Nice little store that makes and delivers pizza to your campsite. Wifi and over 100 channel cable. They staff and manager say the new owners have big plans for the campground. Hope they don't change it too much, it's almost perfect the way it is. We would stay here again next time we're in Branson.

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Nice campground with lots of trees that need trimming. Trees hang over the roads, rubbing camper tops and sides. Not a good location with train, plane, and highway noises. Think we would find another place next time.

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Beautiful park with trees. Good spacing between sites. Nice lake views. Close to interstate but no road noise. Looks like it could be rowdy for the weekends. People check out whenever they want, ignoring checkout time. Fire rings full of garbage and left over food.

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Don't know where other reviewers stayed but not a very good place. Older campground with narrow roads and sites. Lots of tree limbs and cut down trees just laying around. Were told we had one site when called but when we arrived given another. Trying to get a 37' fiver on a tight hill sight, wondering how to unhook didn't work. Gave them a 2 because they did give our money back so we could move on.

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Good campground for overnight, it's easy on and off the interstate. Not much noise from the road. Good to visit the Badlands. We would stay again.

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Normal KOA, stack 'em and pack 'em. Very tight sights with very little room between rigs. Barking dogs and very noisy. It's all right for an overnight, which we did. Would try to find another place next time.

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Real nice park close drive to Glacier. Wooded but still can use satellite. Clean laundry and nice little store and gift shop. ATT works well. We would stay here again.

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Nice place with a view of Henry Lake and snow capped mountain. Large laundry in front. About 15 miles from W. Yellowstone with nice scenic ride. No trees so no problem with satellite TV. AT&T phone and Wi-Fi works well. Close to the highway but the site we had was in the back so noise wasn't bad. We would stay here again.

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Nice views of mountains but long term residents have the better sites. Only one washing machine out of two working. Their Wi-Fi was very slow. No over-the-air TV but good satellite reception--no trees. Good overnight stop.

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Nice park but many long term campers in all the best sites. Cons: Surge protector tripped twice in my camper not sure why. Water pressure low at times. No AT&T service. Cable TV OK but fuzzy. Dump truck route next to park who start work early. Pros: Nice landscape park with room between sites. Mule deer visit park regularly. Good strong Wi-Fi.

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Ok for an overnight. Park is old and dated. Pull-in sites with campground traffic next to trailer. $26 is for checking in then add another $5 for each person. Convenient store and fuel on hyway in front of park. We would stay again when passing through.

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The park has reopened but under a private lease. The Pat Harrison Waterway District no longer runs the park. The new operator is doing a lot to clean up the park. They are renting boats and golf carts. Not much on the golf carts but that's just me. Beautiful lake with site on and off the lake. They have big plans for this park. We would camp here again.