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Easy to get in/out from I-70 and around the park. Paved roads and sites. Sites are level. My two criticisms of the site are the bad/short angle entering my pull-thru with a long rig and a big rock caused much frustration. Secondly the fire pit is right next to the pad, only a few feet from the RV. Utilities worked well (extremely high water pressure, use your regulator). No Wifi, Verizon signal strong.

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Large, paved sites and roads. Utilities worked well but water pressure was extremely low at 20 psi. Our site at the top of the loop (site 51) was very quiet which we loved. Verizon signal was sparse, there sometimes and not others. If this park had Wifi and better cell service I would give it a 10.

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The RV sites are great. Roomy with well functioning utilities. Very easy in/out. Paved roads. Good Wifi throughout the park. Restrooms were very dirty and nasty.

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Not impressive when you drive up but there are 5 long, level, pull-through, FHU sites. Sites are gravel. Utilities worked well. No WiFi and almost no usable Verizon signal. It was very hot so both AC units ran without a hitch on the 50 amp electric. Worked well for a stop over and good rate using Passport America. I suggest coming south on Colorado and just stopping on the street versus pulling up in front of the office. This sets you up to pull into the pull-thru sites nicely without a couple tight turns with a big rig.

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If ever I was going to give a park a 10, this would be it. I cannot think of a single negative thing but on the other hand would say if I were to design a park it would look like this. All long pull through sites with a perfect angle and curved in/out paving. Sites are all concrete with a concrete pad. Utilities worked well. Mancured, clean, wide roads gated, rules against barking dogs, etc. Excellent place.

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Very easy in/out of park and site. Back in sites have good angle. Utilities placed well and worked well. WiFi worked pretty well. Nice paved path goes around lake and right by campground. None paved sites have crushed old blacktop versus gravel. Sites are long and fairly well spaced apart. Concrete patio with picnic table at each site. Definitely would stay here again.

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It is easy to get in/out of this park. Roads are dirt and very dusty. Must be a Good Sam member to stay here. You park on a concrete pad but stone leading to it. Small concrete patio with picnic table. Utilities worked fine. WiFi worked well for us but there were not many people around. Verizon signal good. Our site was just big enough for our 40 ft fifth wheel. Clear line for satellite at our site. Gated park and you are issued a key card when checking in. Nice beach on a separate little pond from the lake. Saw quite a few people fishing in the lake. We would stay here again.

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Easy to get in/out. Roads are hard pack and sprayed to keep dust down. Sites are grass/dirt. Utilities worked well during week but had electric issues on busy holiday weekend. WiFi worked well during week but had issues on weekend. Bathrooms were very clean even on busy holiday weekend. All buildings have a fresh coat of paint inside and out and look nice. Owner was on top of every issue quickly and without fuss to make customers happy. If you can handle the highway noise it is a nice place to stay.

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We were here on Coast to Coast. Getting in/out was a little tight with big rig but ok. Coming down 24 mile has a lot of branches hanging into the road but there was no traffic so just went down the middle of the road. Park has over 700 permanent (owned) lots and there are a hand full of CC sites scattered around. Sites are very large, grass and 30 amp. Not all have sewer. Only one pull-thru. Friendly people. Nice pool and other amenities. Nicely kept up park with the only complaint being incredible amount of dust from the gravel road. They are spraying the roads to hold down dust but had not gotten to our road yet. We would stay here again.

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Enter off of Fall Creek, gate 6, was pretty easy. There was a car auction when we pulled in and there was one site left. Luckily it wasn't too bad but looking at most others they looked very un-level and extremely close together. Every other one will have hookups on wrong side. Water and electric worked fine but sewer was in a very bad spot. Would not stay here again.

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Easy to get in/out. Interior roads are dirt and dusty within hours of rain stopping. Utilities worked well. We had a nice long pull-thru that was easy to get in/out. It was very muddy on one end of the site and a big puddle right after rain. We were fairly close to office to got WiFi. We did NOT like being right by dog park and having to listen to everyone's dogs barking at each other and every time I look out the window seeing someones dog taking a dump. Next time I will request being away from the dog park. Nice park and nice people.

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Pretty easy to get to. Do not turn at the first sign for Mylan Park, go to the second one. We stayed only one night so were told to park along the island which was essentially a pull-thru site. Water, 50 amp and sewer were fine. Sure it is a parking lot but equate it to a nice level paved pad, with no side-by-side sites (i.e. neighbors), in a campground and you realize it is kind of nice. It was very quiet at night.

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The 3/4 mile long dirt, pothole, muddy road to the park seemed much longer. The constant fear that an RV might come from the other direction made it worse. We knew there was no sewer but I was very dissatisfied to find the dump station is at the end of a dead-end road with no place to turn around with any decent sized rig. One night and out of here. We do have a 40ft fifth wheel and the "D" section pull-through was plenty long enough and did have 50 amp. With all the rain it was very mushy so I popped the truck in 4WD to make sure I didn't get stuck. Would not stay here again.

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Easy in/out; mix of dirt and gravel roads; pull-through site awkwardly high centered so had to get just right, left-right, to be level. Utilities worked fine but water pressure sometimes dipped low as campground is on a well. WiFi performance fluctuated. Verizon signal and 4g were excellent. Facilities really old and run-down, WAY, way overpriced, thus a 4 rating. Maybe would have given a 5 if not so ridiculously priced.

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Rate is Coast-to-coast Deluxe for an Elite site. The Elite and deluxe sites have concrete pad and huge concrete patio with real table and chairs, gas grill and sink. All the concrete is nice when it rains a lot like it did on us. Excellent site other than most sites have a pretty significant slant to them potentially requiring extra leveling effort. Utilities worked fine. WiFi worked fine. Verizon signal iffy. Easy to get in and out of campground. Roads are all paved. It was tight with 40ft fifth wheel and long truck getting in/out of actual site due to light post and decorative fence with a narrow road limiting swing room. Regarding the $100 charge, it is only a preauth to validate credit for incidentals like if you charge to your site at the restaurant. It feel off in the usual 3 days. We were asked if we wanted to do the "sales pitch" for a gift but there was no pressure, simple question, no big deal. Service was outstanding, facilities are very nice including multiple pools, fitness center, free laundry, etc. Maybe the nicest resort we've stayed at in 6 years full-timing.