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Nice clean quiet place to park for a night or to see a show in the barn. We will come back.

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This is the best example of a poor RV park for travelers. In our 46 states and 2 provinces we've only been to one park worse than this one. Muddy, gravel roads (paved RV pad however); poor location of water and sewer hook ups; trash in the firepit; howly left-alone dogs; many run down permanent dwellings which once rolled on wheels; and more old classics stored in the field beyond. A sad excuse for $30 Full hookup. Not coming back, ever.

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Best kept secret of Texas. This lovely, tree-lined park is a "destination" and that's saying quite a bit for Junction, TX. We hope all the rest of you pick another park, so there's always room for US when we get here. We had a large gravel site, with some shade, a fire ring, and a picnic table. The land was left to the State with the provision it be kept together and offered to the people.

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A great place to stay. Good Sam. There are very few nice CGs in western Tenn. THIS is the ONE for you. Level sites, easy access from I-40 with little road noise at night. Wonderfully helpful and friendly hosts and staff. They even came down to welcome us when we arrived near 8 PM, after office closing hours. Perfect distance from Asheville so we will stay here often on our way West.

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Not normally a fan of KOA, but this one will change your mind. Fabulous, helpful, fun staff. Lovely sites of all types from simple water/elec. to full hook up pull through. Secure gated park, a bonus when you're gone all day. Tress, grass, quiet, walking/running trail. We'll be BACK.

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A very nice spot for an on-the-way stay as you are headed East or West. Gracious host, even came out to greet us when we arrived after dark, after office hours. Led us directly to the site, a nice level pull-through. Grassy and trees. Next to WallyWorld if you need anything. We will stay here again.

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This is a lovely, small state park. The nightly rate is $20 for electric site, plus we gladly paid an additional $7 for a Colorado State Park pass we needed to get in. I never mind contributing to the upkeep of such a nice place. Easy pull-through site, paved, fairly level, surrounded by Piñon pine and sage. Heavenly. We will be back if ever in the are again.

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If you mean by "park" a place to put/park your RV, then OK, this is an RV Park. If you mean a park with trees, fresh breezes, hiking trails, etc., then no, this is not that kind of RV park. Sites are gravel, level, and easy to pull through or in to. They are full hookups in the sense that there is electricity, even 50 amp, a sewer connection (sometime needing repair), and water (although the spigot may be 50 feet from where you are parked, so be ready with a long hose). Just an overnight spot. Nothing to write home about.

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Very friendly on the phone. Very easy to find, just off I-64. Very friendly welcome tho we arrived at 9 PM. Easy, level pull thru site. Good WiFi. Perfect quick overnite on the way tp somewhere fun.

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One of the best kept "secrets" off the Interstate. A lovely wooded setting on the lake. One of our favorite "on-the-way" one night stops as we are headed from Virginia to New England. An early CCC camp with a variety of sites and small cabins. We'll be back, again and again.

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I hesitate to tell you about this wonderful place. I'd like to keep it to myself for return visits. Quiet, tree-lined, good WiFi and Verizon Wireless. Most wonderful host/hostess. Nice little playground for the kids. Pemigewasset river runs through it. I stayed here for two weeks while teaching in the area. Not a resort, but my kind of "home base" off the road.

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In my 40 years of camping I have never felt so unwelcome as I did when entering this park today. Not only were we not permitted to access a perfectly open site until the 3 PM check-in time, but also we were directed to take our 30 foot motor and just go park it somewhere until it was time. We went to the lake, and the person there was seemingly unwilling to let us take our camper into the beach parking area, the only place there was decent parking anywhere around. Some training in public relations is in order.

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By far the nicest park we've seen in our years on the road. Great place to basecamp while visiting the area historic sites. Most friendly hosts, wide, wide grass lawn around each site, easy shopping nearby. You might think this is too far off the Big Road, but don't miss it, even for one night.

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Nice people, nice sites, outstanding washrooms and laundry. Talk to the host about discounts on Colorado River cruises. So much nicer than any other CG in the Moab area that we looked at. Will certainly stay there again for Arches and Canyonlands exploration.

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For boondocking this is the most magnificent, best kept secret on the road. There are no reservations, so get in early or off season. Pay attention to the trailer length restrictions. There were only a few sites which could take our 30' Airstream. Drive the loop, take the trails, see the sights. This is our third stay there and we will be back. Rate reflect Sr. Pass.