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This campground is at exit 318 very close to I-95. We were just overnighting and got here after dark. The spots are 60 feet long. We had a tow and in order to access the electric and water, we were barely out of the campground road since we wanted to leave out tow hooked up. The paperwork was easy to use and the spot was very easy to access. We got propane the next morning before we left. We did not use any of the facilities. Spots are gravel.

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This park is within l mile of I20 and close to several restaurants and fuel stations. The park is filled with long term people. We called and made a reservation for a 50 amp 2 days prior to arrival. There appears to be only 3 or 4 spots for transits and not every spot is 50 amp. We were here for 2 nights, had a pull through but the roads are narrow and the spot was up a steep incline so we disconnected before attempting to pull the home and tow up the hill. The lady in the office was very nice. They accept cash and check only. They did charge us $2 extra when we went to retrieve our car from our nearby friends' home but that was ok. We are right next to the highway but our well insulated rig heard no road noise. We would stay here again but don't show up without a reservation..

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We stayed in Campground 1. Many of the sites sit by the lake or have a lake view. Ours did not mainly because we are a long motorhome and the majority of spots could not accommodate our rig. Campground #1 now has full hookups on about 1/3 of their sites, which is a great improvement. Before we booked a site, we rode through the park to see of the available spots, which ones could accommodate our rig. We chose site 100 which worked very well; however, our satellite did not work at all on top of the rig. One needs a tripod so that one can manually move the dish to an appropriate spot. We had a good time and everyone is very nice. Also, the rangers are very visible making constant trips throughout the campground.

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Beautiful park for Class A motorcoaches only. About 4 miles out from a little town called Cross Hill. A large city, Greenwood, is about 26 miles away. The park is terraced with many of the lots overlooking the lake. One can buy a lot here. There is a host during the summer. The office is not attended so call ahead. They call back within an hour or so. Signage to the park is good but not a place to come to after dark. Long, wide cement pads that one can pull into or back into. Only 50 amp electric. The clubhouse is gorgeous with a full kitchen for residents' use. There is a heated pool and spa. An excellent place to come and relax a few days.

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Close to I75. Very nice staff and a most reasonably priced KOA. The park was very clean with lots of trash cans. The only problem were the narrow roads in and out and within the campground. The site was long enough with room to spare for a tow with our 40 foot motorhome without having to unhook. The sites are rather narrow. There is cable available but not of the best quality. A playground, pool, and doggie park make this a desired stopover and perhaps a 2 or 3 night destination. The electric, sewer and water hookups were very accessible.

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Price seemed a little high for amenities offered. Very near to the town of Lebanon. Fairly easy to get into and out of. However, the sites are very unlevel. There is a newer area in the back where the spots are much more level. A lot of gravel and leveling of spots needs to be done to make this park better. Request a spot in an area for a motorhome with a tow. Several of the spots are long enough to accommodate a tow without unhitching. Cable was available but was very fuzzy.

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We called this park when we were on the road. We were told there were plenty of spots and they had 50 amp available. This park is located on the grounds of an amusement park, but now that school is in session, the rides are shut down and the park was about 1/3 full. However out of around 200 spots, only 24 are actually 50 amp. We go through a gate, pay our $80 for 2 nights and with no escort and only a campground map which was not very clear, we were told to take "any 50 amp spot". That was the first clue that there might be a problem. We rode through 11 rows looking for 50 amp spots that were not clearly marked and some that were not marked at all. ALL of them were taken. The spots were very narrow and very uneven even though they were paved. At this point it is beginning to get dark so we had no option but to get our money back and leave. We had seen 3 other motorcoaches circling around and then leaving. We would not recommend this campground to anyone with a motorhome, a large fifth wheel. It is suited for those who can use 30 amp, run their electric underneath their rig, and are short enough to park at the front, middle or end of the narrow site.

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Not far from the Sound. Sites need work. Many campers appear seasonal, but most are well maintained. Low water pressure. Not all sites are 50 amp. We got good satellite reception. No wifi. Shorter RVs and 5th wheels will do OK, but not for most big rigs.

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Very good stay as usual. Well maintained and friendly staff. Appear to be a lot of longer term campers. Not many open spots for December. One is escorted to the site. The park is kept very clean. Nice dog area and always stocked with Poop bags. Main draw back is exiting the park. Market Street or Hwy 17 is always very busy. Use caution in going in any direction. There are plenty of food stores, gas stations and things to do. This KOA is very centrally located.

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Park is very basic. Not many 50 amp sites. Right off I-95 and close to eateries and food stores. Dirt interior roads. Used to have gravel sites but most of gravel is gone. Low water pressure. OK for overnite. Most campers seem seasonal.

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Right off I-26. Call and do not follow gps. Sites need gravel and some work. Not a resort but new owners are trying hard. Plenty of places to eat within 5-7 miles. Park is on the left. The park's sign is not distinctive so it can easily be missed. All roads in the park are dirt. The pool is closed this time of year. New curbing was being installed while we were there. Good for an overnight or a few days. Motorhomes longer than 40 feet may find it difficult navigating the roads. There are barking dogs on a neighboring property but we did not hear them when we closed our door. There is no cable. May be difficult to utilize your satellite if you are under trees.

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This is obviously a well-loved park. The owners brought by cookies after we checked in. The hookups for electric, sewer, and water were a little far for our 40 foot RV although the sites were very long. We arrived in the rain and the park is underneath pine trees with sandy soil. Even with our mat, we were constantly tracking in loads of dirt. This park is in a rural location and we were there just overnight. We would stay here again on our way through to our destinations.

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Off I75 and in a great location with a nice lake BUT the narrow roads and hairpin curves for a 40 ft. motorhome and a toad is not for the faint hearted. Also, if you book here get directions from the manager. If you follow your gps you may never be heard from again!. The campground is in tiers--at least 3 levels with us staying in the only one we could---at the top and by the office. Sites are very narrow and need redoing. Supposedly there are new owners who plan to completely redo this park. We never saw the pool but there are lots of permanent residents down toward the lake with very untidy yards. I don't believe a motorhome of more than 32 feet could navigate the steep levels to the lower areas closer to the lake. Only 4 miles from I75 this park offers great potential and it will take great money to trim trees, widen roads, and level up these sites which are more suited to short tagalongs or pop up campers. We will not stay here again until improvements are made to accommodate a larger rig.

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This facility has several lakes, some are pay to fish; some free for campers. There appear to be a lot of permanent residents and there are cabins as well as a motel. The campground was clean but the water in the lake appeared stagnant in many areas. There are go karts to ride, ducks to feed, a pool and meeting areas for groups. The facility is at least 9 miles out in the country from Owensboro and one travels some fairly narrow roads(with a big motorhome and toad) through the soybean, corn, and tobacco fields but it is a pretty rolling trip as well. We were in the area to see family otherwise this would not have been a park we would have chosen. One has to use the term "resort" very loosely. The park no longer honors Passport America--be sure to ask about this as they are in the current PA book and Good Sam is available for a maximum of 2 nights--can only use 1 discount, even during the week and at nonholiday times. It was very dusty but the sites were gravel and it was paved in and out. It has been very dry there in the area and that created the dust. We would stay here again if in the area but only because they are about the only choice one has.

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Big park, close, very close to the Grand Old Opry and to the Hermitage. Easy to get downtown which one does not want to miss. This is a very busy exciting city. The park is large. We did not use any of the amenities except cable and wi-fi. The cable was good on the fox, cnn but the nbc, cbs, etc were fuzzy and the wi-fi worked better after 10 pm at night. It had rained when we arrived and there was a good bit of standing water. Some people were sitting outside in their lawn chair and their site was in water. We were lucky. Ours was higher up and drained better. We did have to use blocks to level on one side. The sites are gravel and dirt. Garbage is picked up several times a day. It is shady and the site was long enough for our 40 ft. home but we did have to disconnect our toad. We used Passport America for the two maximum days. Office staff was friendly and helpful.