Tim M.

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This is our fourth visit to this park. Although some improvements have had to be put on hold, this park is still a "hidden gem". If you are looking for peace and quiet with friendly people, this is the place to be. The internet has recently been upgraded and is the best we've had in many months of travel. Rate quoted is based on monthly rate.

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The park has pull through and back in gravel sites and cable. This is a nice park in the country and 1/2 hour from Cades Cove. Verizon good, Wi-Fi fair and road noise was at a minimum. Beautiful mountain views. Love this area.

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The park has all pull through gravel sites, no trees, no cable, 2 stations on antenna. This is a nice park for overnight stay on the way to Yellowstone. Verizon and Wi-Fi were good. This is a very quiet park. Sites are all gravel, but wider than most parks and each site has a picnic table. Decent laundry at $1.50 each wash/dry. We stayed on Passport rate of $25.00/night for water/electric.

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Nice park with black top roads, gravel sites, concrete pad for table. The landscaping is beautiful and all of the staff were exceptional with customer service. I would have given the park a 10 except for the bad WI-FI , which worked good the first couple of days when the park was not full, but when the park filled up we lost all WI-FI. The manager said they had over 200 users, which means their system is not capable of handling WI-FI for campers when the park is full. We paid for a premium site which was supposed to have WI-FI 24 hours a day, but we were lucky to get a few minutes rarely and we were close to the building with the antenna.

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The park has all pull-through gravels sites, lots of trees, and cable. This is a nice park for overnight stay on the way to Yellowstone. Verizon and Wi-Fi were good and road noise was at a minimum.

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The rate cited is based on a monthly stay. The park has all pull-through gravels sites, a little close together. There is truck road noise. At the north end of the park there are sewer smells when the wind is out of the north. Otherwise it is a nice park that it is close to the Black Hills, and Custer State Park is a short 15 minute drive into the park. Verizon and Wi-Fi were good, and each site had a picnic table.

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The park has all pull through sites and is well maintained and is close to interstate. There is virtually no road noise. Verizon and Wi-Fi were good and each site had a picnic table.

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Nice campground a short distance from I-90 with minimal road noise. Wi-Fi was fair--not so good as the campground filled each day. We got a good Verizon signal. Stayed here a week on Passport America rate in a pull through with a picnic table. We have stayed here before, and will always stop here when going by Mitchell, SD.

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Small campground with 30 amp electric only, dump station and you need to fill water. Shade trees and picnic tables, Wi-Fi was good and got a fair Verizon service. This is a very quiet park except for the noon whistle that is next to the park and occasional train. It is a short walk to the Grotto of the Redemption that has nine different grottos of the life of Christ, and a museum with a large collection of rocks and petrified wood.

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This is a nice park. The pull throughs are long and they have many, but if they're busy they use them as back to back sites, not pull throughs. The sites have a narrow gravel pad, but plenty of grassy space between. Wi-Fi was great and Verizon was great. We stayed two nights on Passport America rate. There was a Good Sam rally starting later in the week. We left on Wednesday and the rally participants were coming in one right after another. Nice park for a stopover.

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Good for overnight stop. Gravel pads and pull through. WiFi fair and Verizon good. Would stop again for overnight stop. No road noise. Rate was Passport rate.

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Adequate for overnight stop next to interstate with gravel pads and pull through. Wi-Fi fair and Verizon was good. I would stop again for overnight stop. Road noise not bad. Rate was Passport rate.

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This is an exceptionally nice park that has concrete roads and pads with lots of trees and wide spaces in a park-like setting. It's not like most campgrounds which are lined up in a row, close together. Verizon cell worked great. The park's Wi-Fi was Ok; the owner's has plans to upgrade it. We planned to stay for 6 weeks and ended up staying 3 1/2 months and plan to return next winter. This park is so quiet and peaceful, we really didn't want to leave at all. It's a short drive to Foley or Fairhope where there are lots of stores and restaurants. It's a new park with one section done and two sections to be finished. This park is a work in progress that is very nice now and will be great when done.

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Lakeside RV is a nice park with concrete roads and pads. The sites are wide with grass between the sites. There are some picnic tables and trees. There is a nice lake we backed up to. The Verizon cell and Mi-Fi worked great, but their Wi-Fi was provided by Tengo internet service which we had trouble staying on, so we used our Verizon MI-FI. We stayed at the Passport rate of $18.00

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This is a nice park with concrete roads. There is grass between the wide sites, and there are concrete pads. There are no picnic tables or trees. The Wi-Fi and Verizon cell service were good, and they offered a free breakfast every morning. We stayed at the Passport rate of $20.00 nightly.