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Fabulous county park with scenic and roomy RV sites. The newer Cottonwood loop is ideal for large RV's. Back in sites on the perimeter are huge but don't have grass. Interior sites are also large and surrounded by grass. Usually booked on weekends but no problem getting in during the week even without reservations. Well run, clean county park with lots to do. Will stay here again.

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This is an easy stopover park off I-5. We have been coming here for years when traveling from Southern California to Northern California. The park continues to deteriorate but is fine for one night with a big rig motor home and tow car. No need to unhook the car. Easy access for large fifth wheels as well. Prices keep going up but that is to be expected since there are so few parks along the I-5 corridor. Lot's of overnight travelers. Nice hosts. Will stay here again.

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Rate reflects Passport America for a pull though. Good stopover park off I-5 and great value with PA. Easy access for Big Rigs. No need to unhook tow car. Pull though sites are gravel and close together but fine for a night or two. Not far from highway but noise is not a problem.

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Rate reflects weekly rate over the Memorial Day Holiday. Busy, busy campground with lots of seasonals and weekend campers. Only a few sites toward the front of the campground are big rig friendly and they offer no privacy at all. About half of the big rig sites are easy to maneuver and the rest are too tight. Choices for big rigs are few in this part of New Jersey. Everything was very clean and well maintained. This is a great campground for trailers and smaller rigs as there are plenty of pleasant sites. Wifi was great during the week and nonexistent on the weekends due to heavy volume. Cable TV was strong and needed as satellite access is limited in most sites. Would not stay here again.

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Rate is based on a weekly stay. Easy access on and off Highway 81. Convenient to Harrisburg. Sites are shaded and level. Trees are trimmed which is nice for Big rigs. Back-in sites in the rear of park are slightly larger and better for longer term stays. Half the park is seasonal. Will stay here again only because of location.

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This is the closest campground to Philadelphia. Many sites are tight for big rigs and trees need trimming. Most sites for big rigs don't have satellite access due to the trees. Cable is terrible but over the air channels are plentiful. Amenities are nice and facilities are clean. The cost is high for what you get but because of the proximity to Philadelphia but that was expected. As with many campgrounds in this area the bulk of the sites are occupied by seasonal residents. Not sure if we would stay here again.

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We have been coming to this campground for the past eight years and we have watched it slowly deteriorate. It's fine if you want a quick pull through spot for the night although they charge too much. Sites are tight for big rigs towing. Some sites near the office have light poles on the front left corner of the sites making it impossible to pull through due to the narrowness of the access road. Make sure you request a site without a pole or you will have to unhook and back out of the pull through site. Will not stay here again.

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Fabulous campground. Well designed with huge sites nestled among tall trees. Surprisingly, many of the sites have satellite access. No sewer but good dump station at park entrance. You can make a reservation online or by phone. They will not assign you a site until you get there. You check-in and pick out the site you want. We were there for a week and had no trouble getting a nice site because we arrived on Wednesday. The park was full by Friday night. Weekends fill up in summer. So if you want a good site in the summer you might want to make a reservation and get there Friday morning. Will stay here again.

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Great county park with lots of things to do. The campground is in the rear of the park and secluded from the general public. Long, level back-in full hookup sites on sand based grass. Perfect for big rigs. As others have mentioned, sand tends to get everywhere. But hey, we're camping so we deal with it. Bath and shower rooms could use some updating. Close to grocery stores. Will stay here again.

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Great campground for a stopover. Easy access on and off Highway 95. Long, level pull through sites on grass with full hookups. Beautiful lake teeming with fish and turtles. Clean facilities and wonderful owners who care about their guests. Rate reflects Passport America. Will stay here again.

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Beautiful, well maintained county park. Nice walking trails and lakes. Easy on and off Highway 95. Many seasonal residents making it difficult to get a site December through April. There are a few spacious lakefront sites which offer nice views. Most sites are back-in and some are tight for big rigs. Reservations a must for larger rigs. Will stay here again.

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You get what you pay for with this campground. Passport America. Dirt sites with no amenities. Full hook ups. Limited number of sites for big rigs. Fine for an overnight in a self contained unit. Filthy bathrooms and laundry facilities. No office, just a place to drop your money off in a slot. Would not stay here again.

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Nice clean campground right off the highway. Seems like a newer campground which is unusual for a KOA. Plenty of room for big rigs. All gravel. Too expensive for the limited amenities; however, there are not any other better campgrounds in Cheyenne. The campground was full in late September and completely booked mid week. Lots of travelers making their way east or west. Would stay here again as a stopover but not for an extended stay.

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Great, clean campground perfect for an overnight stop. Long pull throughs. Easy on and off the highway. Can get full electric sites with or without sewer and water. Even their internet works. Yes, it's dusty and the roads are dirt but hey, this is Wyoming. Very nice and helpful campground managers. Will stay here again.

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This campground is too expensive given the location, amenities, and the highway noise. It has nice wide sites perfect for big rigs. Water sprinklers containing lots of minerals will coat your RV nightly. This is managed by placing buckets over the sprinkler heads. While not ideal for the grass, it does help keep the RV free of harmful mineral deposits which are very tough to remove. The campground workers are not really interested in this problem. Nor were they too concerned when the power went out for half a day. Their indifference seemed odd in this part of the country. We will not stay here again.