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We stayed two nights while touring the area. The park is easy on/off the interstate. They have trash containers throughout the park and also near the office. If arriving after hours, they have a drop box near the office. The internal roads and site are gravel. Our site did require that I add a 2 x 8 under one side to level. This is not unusual as most gravel sites need adjusting. The park is about 5 miles from beautiful Mt. Airy and the Andy Griffith (Mayberry) museum. The town has a rich history in music and if you time your visit, you might enjoy one of the many festivals. The management was very polite and helpful. There is only one bath house (two stools and one shower) and it is located near the office. There are no tables or fire rings at the sites. You will need to ask for one. There are two children's playgrounds and plenty of grass for walking the dogs. There are no trees so satellite service is good, however they have free cable. The Internet service is good except when traffic is high. They plan on adding another tower in the future. They keep the park very clean. Passport America discount is only good M-Th. It is a Good Sam park. I would stay here again.

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We arrived to find they had the wrong dates on the reservation. They had 6 sites unassigned and were able to get us a W/E site. The water had low pressure, power was OK but low. We were guided to the site but not assisted in backing in, sort of pointed to the site. They had several activities planned as this is a member park and it appears that most people know each other.

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The previous reviews have most of the points I saw. The sites are very close and you will need to watch out for large rocks and trees. They did not have a sewer hook up and yet charged to dump. The camp is now selling memberships again as the original memberships are now expiring after 30 years and being resold. If you forget to check out and return the entry card, you will be charged $50.00. There was no assistance in finding my site and the map is not to scale. The hook ups required a second water hose and an extension electrical cord.

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First point is that you will drive down a gravel road to get to the campground. When we drove it, it was like driving over a wash board. It needed grading. We were met by the owner and his mother who pointed out our site. The site was level from all directions and large enough for our truck and fifth wheel. The sites are gravel and grass. The bath house and laundry were clean though aged. They have more tent sites than RV sites. The pool was clean and the area for activities were clean. They also had a nice cookout planned for Fathers Day. If they pave/grade the road I would go back.

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This is a family oriented park. Many of the sites are seasonal, only used on weekends. The facilities, while aged, are well maintained. The internal road are dirt and gravel with many trees. Sites could use grading and leveling. They have many activities on weekends. The road into the park is dirt and might be an issue if rainy. Very good free Wi-Fi.

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This is a family campground with most of the sites filled with stored RV's. We were there midweek and in the last of the off season. There was no activity in the camp while we were there. It is located in a rustic setting and not worth the drive as an over night location. It is about 8 miles from the nearest exit of I-90 ( Mass. Toll road). We used it as a base to visit Springfield. We used our C2C membership. They have a small general store and a number of planned activities if you stay there in season. The pool was very clean. WIFI is not free. No CATV. Local TV reception is weak to none.

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This is a private park with many full time residences on site. They have a section for short time visitors. They escort you to your site and assist in hook ups if needed. We stopped here as we passed through the area. They have two pools and two stores where you can get supplies. We will stay here again when we come south from our present trip.

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This is a private C2C resort and located on a water access Marina. The resort is located at the end of a private road. They have many social activities.

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This is a private club that allows visiting members to park overnight in an area close to the swimming pool. Call ahead for directions and approval to use the facilities.

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The access into the park is through a 1/2 mile 1-1/2 car wide road. Large RVs might find the interior roads difficult. Need to watch the trees. Very close to the Kings Mountain Battlefield.

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This is a COE park and is typical. Water and electric with a dump station. Most sites are located on water and have beach access. All sites have fire rings and a concrete table. It is off the road from the interstate and might not be suitable for a overnight.

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This is our normal stop when traveling through Southern Georgia. It is an older resort and the facilities show wear. The hookups are fine and you have an option on CATV. They have activities and most are regulars who have their homes in the resort. They even have one day where they go bowling.

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As mentioned, no water or sewer at sites. Some sites are close to water facets and can be reached using hose but they discourage leaving hose hooked up. Electric was very good even with all campers using A/C. No insect issues even though on Mississippi river. The south sites have nice view of river and have tables and fire pits. We would stay here again even though there is a city park a few miles further south. Train and traffic noise was not noticeable. As usual COE hosts were helpful and courteous. We would stay here again.

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This is a well maintained city RV park. Sites are a mixture of paved and gravel sites. Some sites shaded, others open. Great paved walking / bike path along river. It is close to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive center. Nice overnight facility. It is on the Missouri River, but only saw private boats. It was a good overnight stop.

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This is a very nice overnight park. There were several long term campers in nice shady sites. They share the pool with the Super 8 motel next door. There are two sets of shower facilities. The one by the pool is older and small. The set by the office are larger, newer and cleaner. Wi-Fi does not reach the more distant sites; however, they said they are working on the problem. There is some road noise. Several nearby restaurants. Be sure to visit the Corn Palace which is in the center of town, with RV parking.