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Be aware - I booked online because when I called, they said it was "too busy" over the phone. So I went through the process and reserved. When I got there, the registering person asked if I was aware the the long pull-throughs with full hookups were both 30 and 50 amp? "How so"? Each site shares an electrical pedestal - one 30 and one 50 amp. If someone is using the 50, you have to use the 30! What? Luckily the person I was sharing with had the 30A, I took the 50A. Whew!

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I was desperate because it was July 4th weekend. They said they had a spot but it had no sewer. I agreed. But when I arrived, it was one in back of the office. I had to back in my 40 foot 5er. Then they had to run a hose from the pool house for water. No sewer, no CATV and only 30 amp electrical. You would think they would discount the $42 nightly rate? Nooooo!

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Great, clean and quiet CG. Cons: tight loop roadway with trees close to the road to get into the big rig sites. Phone system and answer machine/call back needs to be rectified. Highly recommended.

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Nice wide open park. Could use a few shade trees I suppose but other than that it was enjoyable staying here. Very neat grounds, well maintained.

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We camped here after the mass exodus of Labor Day weekend. We had the whole park to ourselves. I was struck on how nice the cabins, ponds, grounds and pools were. I would come back here again - no problem. Although I imagine it would be crowded during the summer months.

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A transition is about. I rolled through here last summer and found a lot of the same things others were complaining about. But the one brother seems to be working vigilantly to bring the park up to par. He may not be there just yet, but it is coming along. Recently, a load of road millings were delivered to help shore up the roads, there are 2 new washer machines, the playground and pool areas are painted and improved, the grass is cut on a regular basis and it looks like a majority of the long-term worker residents have left. Perhaps half a dozen are left. The problem I have is the lack of enforcement with the leash law/rule. The long-termers come home from work and drink beer while their dogs are running around until 10 at night - weekends are worse. If you are a responsible dog owner, you constantly have fend off the loose ones. The other thing is the Internet. It took a while for someone to come out and kick the Wi-Fi unit in the rear end to get it to work. I'll be here next year

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Easy to find off Rt. 80 with signs. It looks like they have done some work by pouring new, long concrete pads. There are trees to provide shade. Can barely hear traffic from Rt. 80. Has a pool. Very clean campground trimmed grass, newer clubhouse. Even though there is no cable, I pulled in 25 digital air stations with my power booster. The Wi-Fi signal was good.

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Wow, nice state park. Well cared for, quiet and full hookups. We had all the major stations out of Omaha. Plenty of driveways, bike paths to walk the dogs. I'll have to give state parks a second look if they are anything like this.

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I'm glad I was steered away from another CG and came here. Nice surroundings with tree and grass and gravel roads. Great place. My only problem was that my site had a bad CATV signal with snowy channels. Plenty of things to do with kids: water slide, bunnies, pool and playground.

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Real nice CG and would stay here again. Right off I-90. Beware, only 25% of site are 50A. 60 channels on CATV. Internet may require re-sign on after absence.

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Beautiful surroundings. Wonderful, helpful work campers. But...the c.g. is on a hill. The sites are terraced with the utilities on the uphill side. That is, the sewer is about the same height of your outlet. Also, my site was not level causing my curbside wheels to be off the ground by half a foot. The internet antenna is on the shower house with a 3 foot pole. Not high enough to hit my rv. It was blocked by other trailers. Spotty cell service. Only 1 air channel. Doubt I would stay here again. The other ratings are too generous.

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You have to traverse through a construction/commercial area to get there but once you turn the corner, you say to yourself, "Nice". Manicured lawns, curbed sites, utility stations for hookups, plenty of CATV channels, newer out-buildings. I couldn't hear much highway noise. Be aware - a $2 dink per dog and a max of two. I would definitely stay here again.

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Not bad. Close to GC South Rim park entrance. Close to town. Bathroom could be updated. The sites are a little worn. Dusty dirt from gopher holes. No CATV, no air channels. WiFi limited to 1 MBS. Would stay here again.

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Couldn't get into the Boulder CG and settled for Nellis. Not bad but not very secure. The front driveway is wide open to the street with no gate. Lots of people walking/hanging around. The office is not operating. You have to go to Boulder to check in unless you call from the outside house phone and walk over after you hook up. Security does pass through once in awhile. The biggest complaint is the curbing around the campsite. Could you at least make it a 45 degree one? (Next door's RV Resort had a $29 special for any site. Should have tried that.)

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Passport America rate of $25 a night. Caution: there are "pull-throughs" but the length wasn't enough for our trailer so we had to do a back-in. My only suggestion would be to orient the back-ins at a 45 degree angle from the street. But what a great park. Their rec center with the hot spring pools was wonderful. The park was neat and clean. The people here are friendly and seem very pleased with everything. I would definitely come back again.