MikeandDixie

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We stayed at this park twice in October, the first week as we traveled East and late Oct when we were Westward bound again. The park is off the main drag far enough that it is very quiet, but close to everything. Management and staff are very helpful with information on local area attractions. Interior roads are paved and very wide for easy site access. All sites are gravel and mostly level with some grass between them. Many of the sites are shaded with mature oak and other hardwood trees. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Cable TV is available and channel selection was extensive. The bathrooms and showers are very clean and the shower stalls have good room for changing. We had a back-in space on both of our stays and had no problems getting our Class C set-up. All of the sites had a concrete patio pad with a picnic table and fire pit. There is a Kroeger grocery store within a mile of the park and several gas stations that have good RV access close to the park. We would stay here again when we're in the area again.

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We chose this park because it was the closest park to Raleigh we could find that had space available (it was NC State Fair time and everything closer was booked). The park is easily accessible from I-95. The park management and staff were very helpful with information on the local area. The sites are spacious with grass between sites. Sites are gravel and all interior roads are paved. Each site had a picnic table. The laundry area was clean and per load rates were reasonable. The restrooms were very clean and showers had good room in the changing area of each stall. We stayed for a week and the rate is a prorated weekly rate for 6 days. Management and staff are very helpful with information on local area attractions. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Cable TV was not available, but over-the-air channel selection was extensive. Many of the sites are shaded with mature oak trees and other hardwoods. There was road noise from I-95 and some railroad noise from the line south of the RV park, but not at late hours. We would stay here again.

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We chose this park because it was close to the Yadkin valley wine region. Check-in was easy and quick. The owners are very helpful with information on local area attractions. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Some TV channels were available with antenna, unless you had satellite. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The shower stalls have average room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature hardwood trees. All of the sites are gravel and ours required extensive leveling. Sites have fire pits and the park sells firewood. Boonville is 2 miles south of the campground and has a small grocery store. We would stay here again if we come back to the area.

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We have stayed here two nights on our way West on I-40. The park is easily accessible from the highway and far enough away that there is minimal road noise. The interior roads are all gravel and the sites are also gravel. Our site was level. The interior roads are potholed and need some repair. The restrooms and showers are clean, but need some maintenance. The showers are average size and the changing area is very small. The sites have nice space between them, but the water hookup is below grade in an irrigation box and not easily accessible. We have our own Wi-Fi hot spot, so didn't use the parks. There is Wi-Fi available. The TV channel selection is with antenna, unless you have satellite. You get the regular network channels and PBS. We used the laundry, but it is closed at 6 PM when the office closes, so we had limited time in the late afternoon. I'll have to note that this is the only park we've stayed in that has a storm shelter, and showed us where it was. Then again, this is Oklahoma City and right in the middle of tornado alley! This is the second time we've stayed here, but might consider another park on our next trip.

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We have stayed here only one night on our way West on I-40. The park is easily accessible from the highway and far enough away that there is no road noise. Flying J and Love's truck stops are just off of the freeway exit. The interior roads are all gravel and the sites are gravel also. Our site was not level and we had to use several leveling blocks to level the rig. The restrooms and showers are very clean. The showers are large with plenty of changing room. The sites are close together. We have our own Wi-Fi hot spot, so didn't use the parks. There is Wi-Fi available. The cable TV channel selection is extensive. We only stayed one night, so can't comment on any of the local attractions. We would stay here again.

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This is one of three RV parks near the Opry Mills mall and The Grand Old Opry, and this was the one we could get reservations at. Interior roads are gravel and the sites are gravel. Leveling blocks were required. Sites are separated by grass and the sites are adequately spaced. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Cable TV is available with 28 channels. The bathrooms and showers were not cleaned during our 3 night stay. The shower stalls had average room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature oak trees. All of the sites had fire pits. The plus for this park is the proximity to The Grand Opry and the numerous restaurants. We'd stay here again if we couldn't get a site elsewhere.

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We stayed overnight here on our way East. The RV park is fairly flat with gravel interior roads and gravel sites. We had to do some minor leveling. We didn't use the bathrooms or showers. They were quite a walk from our site. There was Wi-Fi, but we didn't use it. TV is over the air and there are the basic network channels, with some other minor ones. Access to the park is easy with the directions from I-40 in the Good Sam campground directory. This is a good overnight stay, but we wouldn't use it for an extended stay. We would stay here again.

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The park is easy to find on State highway 31, west of Tyler. Management and staff were very helpful with information on local area businesses. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Cable TV is available and channel selection was extensive. The bathrooms and showers are clean, but we didn't use them. All of the sites had a concrete pad for parking the RV, but the spaces are very close together. Interior roads are paved and all sites are easily accessible to big rigs. We have a 31' Class C. Highway noise was minimal. We only overnighted, but would stay here again if we're in the area.

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We chose this park because of its location between New Braunfels and Austin. Interior roads are gravel with easy access for big rigs. We have a 31 ft. Class C. Most of the sites have concrete parking pads, but we didn't have one. Site required a lot of leveling blocks. Sites have nice separation. Access to the park is fairly easy, as long as you know the exit to use north of the park off of I-35. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it, so can't comment on quality. Cable TV is available and channel selection was OK. Highway noise was about normal for a park close to an interstate. The bathrooms and showers were clean. Shower areas had regular sized change areas. All of the sites had a concrete patio pad with a picnic table. Our only complaint was there was no in park management at night. We would stay here again as an overnight or an extended stay in the area.

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We chose this park because we stayed here three years ago. Management and staff are very helpful with information on local area attractions. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Cable TV is available and channel selection was extensive. The bathrooms and showers seemed to be cleaned only every other day. The shower stalls have good room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature oak trees. All of the sites had a concrete patio pad with a picnic table. Some sites have fire pits and the park provides firewood. There is a HEB grocery store within a mile of the park and several gas stations close-by with diesel fuel. We will stay here again when we visit the Fredericksburg area.

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We stayed here only one night on our way elsewhere. We didn't have reservations and they had to put us in an overflow site with only water and electric. Reservations are a must if you're staying on a weekend when Texas Tech has a home football game! The gravel site was level and easy to access. The park is just off of the 289 loop, so there is quite a bit of traffic noise. The bathroom and showers are very clean and spacious. We didn't use the laundry facilities, but they are nice and clean. Cable TV was good. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here only one night on our way elsewhere. The park is on the base, just inside the Eubank gate. The newer area is all gravel, but very level. Access to all of the sites is very easy. There was some noise from the Sandia Labs facilities just to the south and some aircraft noise from the airport. You're on a base next to a runway. We made the choice. We can't say anything about laundry facilities. The bathrooms and showers are clean, but we didn't use them. The sites are close together. We have our own Wi-Fi hot spot, so didn't use the parks. There is Wi-Fi available. There are many local TV channels available with your antenna. We would stay here again.

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We have stayed at this park last year and chose it again because of the easy access and it is a good overnight stop on our way home to Farmington, NM. The interior roads and sites are gravel. The sites are fairly level with adequate space between them, so you don't feel crowded. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. The bathrooms and showers are nice, but could use more cleaning during the day to keep the sand out of the showers (there's lots of sand in Page and with all of the outdoor activities, it sticks to people and they have to wash it off). The pool is a big plus, especially in Aug, when it's hot in Page. We haven't used the laundry on either stay, so can't comment on it. We would stay here again.

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We stayed at this park and made reservations at this park because we couldn't get reservations in Yellowstone NP. That said, the park hits all of the marks for a top rated facility. The staff is great and very helpful. The laundry was very clean. Granted, you have to get there early to get your wash done without a long wait, but the park was full every day we were there, so the facilities were always busy. We were in site 4, which is just inside the front entrance. Accessing the site with a 31 ft. class C was very easy. The site was graveled with grass between the adjacent sites. They were close together, but we've been in parks that were closer. The interior roads are gravel. The bathrooms and showers are some of the best we have seen anywhere. The Wi-Fi worked well, even with a full park. The cable TV was acceptable. The view overlooking Gardiner and the north edge of Yellowstone was fabulous. We had elk grazing just outside of the fence most mornings. The management and campground hosts were great. We would stay here again.

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The park is just off highway 89 through Alpine, very close to the center of town. The park has gravel roads and a central grassed area for tents. The sites are very close together. The sites are gravel and required some leveling. The showers needed some maintenance. The Wi-Fi did not work. There was no TV unless you have satellite. Road noise was minimal. This was an overnight stay for us and is a good, easy place for a stop and short stay.