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Interior roads are dirt/gravel. Sites are level concrete pads big enough for the small picnic table. Sites have good spacing, utilities placed well. Two clean unisex restrooms with shower. Laundry was also very clean. Owners are nice and friendly. No recycling. Noise in the south CG was fairly low. We had problems with the WiFi all 3 nights of our stay. The staff had a tech come out and he said some other camper was jamming the signal, but could not identify from where it came. The morning we left, WiFi was great.

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Interior roads were dirt/gravel and not hard to navigate. Sites are gravel/grass with very good spacing, plenty of room for slideouts, and utilities towards the center of the space. Sites have picnic tables and site 2 has some shade. Restrooms were very basic but fairly clean. Noise is non-existent. Nobody at the site to collect your fee, (it is honor system). Just put it in the envelope and drop in the box within an hour of setting up. No reservations taken, but I was told to call a day or so in advance and they would let me know how full the camp might be. No WiF but Verizon coverage was very good.

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Interior roads are asphalt. Sites have level concrete pads big enough to hold the RV and their plastic picnic table. Site spacing is good, with plenty of room for slideouts. Restrooms and laundry ($1/load) are clean. Owners are nice and friendly. They have a recycle container for metal paper and plastic (no glass). Very close to downtown Independence, the Frontier Trails Museum (just a short walk), and about 30 min from Kansas City. The only downside is the occasional train crossing the many grade-crossings nearby.

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The value is in the location and the owners. The painful truth is that the spaces are VERY close together, which gives you little room to position to reach the hookups and open slides. The BEST part is that the owners are friendly and very helpful, they help you get into your space, provide great sightseeing info, and the park is right in the city near public buses (so no need to worry about parking in the downtown). They allowed us to park in the unoccupied space next to our site. If this park was full, it would be crowded, but I feel like the owners would help make it work for you. The owner took over the park from her parents, who set up the park when RVs were much smaller. They are now in the slow process of removing pedestals and utilities in order to allow more space between the sites. In time they hope to provide more room for each camper. We would stay here again because of the location and friendliness.

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Just an overnight for us, but it's always a pleasure to stay in a NICE campground. Gravel roads and sites, with concrete patio pads and grass separating the roomy sites. $34 on a credit card w/ GS discount. They met us as we drove in, I didn't even have to get out of the truck... followed the golf cart right to our spot, set up, and then went up to take care of the paperwork. The folks here are very friendly and keep the park very clean. There's a lounge with TV, coffee maker and a laundry facility, all spic & span. Saltwater pool and hot tub, too. It's close to I-75, so you can hear the low hum of traffic outside, but inside our camper was quiet. Highly recommended.

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This is county-run CG is great. Only 30 min (60 min rush hour) to downtown Miami, but lots to do right here. Interior roads and sites are paved. Sites have lots of grassy area, with great spacing between, they are level and have a concrete patio, fixed grill and picnic tables in good condition. Some sites have lake view and a few are shady. Traffic/city noise is really not an issue (although there was some nearby construction). Although there is no camp store, there's plenty of shopping nearby. There are walking/biking trails, a fishing pier, water park($), water skiing($) and more. Cell coverage and WiFi were great. There is a laundry facility in the center of the CG and two restroom buildings, as well.

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Quiet, wooded campground with good spacing between sites for privacy and plenty of room for slideouts. Crushed gravel roads and pads, free of low branches and fairly level. Picnic tables are solid but old and sites have fire pits and steel arm to hang food off of ground. Restrooms are very clean and showers have shelves, pegs and benches. Mosquitoes were not "fierce" but persistent, so bring repellent. During our stay they struggled with a problem that caused several losses of power, but power company arrived quickly. Also it seemed that water pressure was very low (may be related to the power problem). The Visitor Center is open and has a bucolic film of the SP. There are several trails in the park for walking. Some allow horses and bicycles. Picnic area and lake with boat ramp. The park is very peaceful and enjoyable!

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The campground is small and limited, but the camp host, Russell, Is very friendly and full of info, and the CG is right in the middle of town (Location, location, location!). The VA Creeper recreational trail is at one end of the street (about 3 blocks) and the other end of the street is the AT which runs right thru the middle of town. several other trails very close by. Site was about 1" out of level and power was excellent @ 116 Vac. Not a whole lot of space between sites but we did put out the awning, and all 7 sites back up to the lovely babbling Laurel Creek. We will return here for more bike riding and maybe some kayaking.

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Just a basic CG. On the plus side, it is right next to a recreational trail that runs from York to the MD line. Gravel roads and pads are in fair condition. And it is quiet. On the minus side, not much for services. Unattended registration (at least on Friday). Very wooded and Not suitable for a tall rig (too many low-hanging branches for my 12.5'). There are only a couple sites with 30A electric and those were filled by what appeared to be long-term campers. The rest of the electric was 20A NEMA 5-15 (household type) outlets. The sewer connections were unusual... coming out of the ground at a 45 degree angle (not sure how I would connect my 90 degree elbow to that). Needless to say, we did not stay there and because there was essentially no 30A service, we will not be returning. If you are tent or TT camping and looking for some quiet, this might be your place.

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Nice quiet park. The March 2014 review was right on the mark, convenient and quiet. The park RV sites were fairly empty of campers so we had lots of room. Level sites. WiFi was free to us and OK. bath/rest rooms were older but spotless. We stayed 2 weeks and would return again.

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Interior road gravel with a couple potholes near office. Sites gravel/grass/dirt and fairly level with good spacing and a good number of seasonal occupied sites. Verizon coverage VG. The camp store has ice, supplies, and some parts. Playground, pool, Frisbee golf course and more, with a view of part of Lake Cayuga from sites on hill (#17 & 18 are nice). Owner is pleasant and helpful. Great base for exploring Lakes Cayuga and Seneca with walks, wineries, and waterfalls all around you. They even have a cheese trail now. We love the Finger Lakes and this was a nice CG. We recommend it.

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Narrow interior roads paved/gravel with some tight turns. I had to back up cause we couldn't go around one block. Sites grass/dirt. Level with fair spacing, shaded, and VG Verizon coverage. Needed extensions for electric and sewer. Park is quiet and owners very helpful. Primarily seasonal with a few campsites near the front. Not bad as a home base for the beaches of Bethany (about 10 min) and Dewey. Site 272 is fairly good. There is a marina and a very small bay side beach.

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Rate reflects a travelers special. Park is in excellent condition with paved and gravel roads and gravel site pads (ours 5" out of level). There are mostly shaded with very good spacing. Campground is gated and very quiet with trash and recycle pickup every morning. There is a lake for swimming with slide, inflatable "jungle gym", volleyball and playground equipment, and a separate fishing pond. Wi-Fi coverage was good and VZW was fair. Camp store had a little of everything including groceries, firewood & ice and a few RV repair parts. There is a pavilion with tables for get togethers.

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It's all about location. Just across the river from Memphis. This is a great base. Roads are gravel & pavement with gravel site pads (4" out of level at ours) and some concrete pads. Spacing is fair and a few are shaded. But most are out in the open, especially the riverfront sites. Campground was quiet. The office sold ice and they provided a laundry that was free to use. It's spotless with apparently new machines. VZW coverage was excellent as was the Wi-Fi.

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This is a nice peaceful park, a great getaway. We visited Conway but it does not really seem to be close to any big attractions. Maybe that's the attraction). Paved interior roads and site pads with concrete patio pad and gravel in between (ours 5" out of level). Sites have very good spacing and partial shade. This park is in perfect shape and well cared for. An excellent picnic table, lake beach for swimming (too small for boating), and fair VZW coverage.