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This is a great little city park and campground. Very convenient to I-70, but far enough away that there is no interstate noise. No water during the winter, but the camping fee is great. We were the only ones in the park the night we stayed. Wi-Fi didn't work for us, but we got about 16 TV channels with our antenna. We would stay here again.

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Good park for an overnight stay or if you are spending a few days in the Columbia, MO area. Spaces are close together with no privacy between them. Park is easy to find and easy to get into and out of. Due to time of year, water was turned off at their long pull-thru sites. We had a shorter pull-thru with water that was just long enough for our 38' motorhome and Jeep. Staff was very friendly; we came in after hours and had been instructed to just pick a spot and pay in the morning. We were able to get about 15 TV channels with our antenna. We would stay here again.

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This is a great, quirky little campground (just 3 sites) that was written up in motorhome magazine a couple of years ago. Their Tiki bar is a local attraction and can get quite crowded by about 4:30 or so. There was live music one night while we were there. The sites are close together, but worth it for the view, especially sunsets. There's not much to do in Cedar Key, but we came mostly just for the experience of this campground and we were not disappointed. As you approach the campground on SR 24, there is an electric power station on the right about 1-2 miles from the campground. If you have a toad, unhook there. There's plenty of room, and there's no place to unhook at the campground. You have to back into your site from the highway. If you have a motorhome mounted tow bar and a drop hitch, remove them before you try to back in. Sites 2 and 3 have a deck overlooking the water.

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This is a good place to stay to visit Ft. Myers and Sanibel. The park is very clean, and we had a site on the water. However, I have never before stayed anywhere that was this tight. Interior roads are very narrow with campers cars parked on both sides right up to and sometime sticking out into the road. I had a back in site just long enough for a 38' motorhome with space in front for my toad. I don't think I would have been able to back into the space except that the two spaces across from mine were empty. It still took a lot of jockeying back and forth to get into the site. That be said, it's a great park, and I would stay there again.

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This was the only place I was able to find a campsite in the St. Augustine area, even though I was making reservations several months in advance. This campground is nothing special, but it suited our purpose as a place to stay while visiting St. Augustine. The drive in to St. Augustine is easy, and the campground is easy to get into and out of. Sites are a little close together with no visual v=barriers between sites. Our site (#73) was a level, back-in. We would stay here again.

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This is a beautiful state park with very spacious campsites. The interior roads are easy to navigate even for big rigs. A great place to stay while visiting Savannah. The drive in to Savannah is easy and quick. Cable TV worked well. We would definitely stay here again.

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The $13.00 rate reflect Interagency Senior Pass discount. This is a very nice campground. It was easy to get into and out of with a 38 ft. motor home towing a jeep. We were in Site #48 which was a level, pull-through. We were able to get quite a few TV stations with out antenna, and cell phones worked well (Verizon). It takes about 15 min. to get to the campground coming in from south bound I-65. We would stay here again.

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This is a great little park, especially for an overnight stay. You have to navigate city streets to get to the park, but we had no difficulties with a 38' motorhome pulling a Jeep. Staying at this park also allows you to bypass a lot of Kansas City Interstate traffic. We had one of the 4 pull thru sites which are on concrete slabs. Our site (#2) was level and large enough for our rig. It was easy to get into and out of the park. There is no cable TV, but we could pick up lots of TV stations with our antenna. Wi-Fi was slow. We would stay here again.

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This is a great little park for an overnight stay. Convenient to the interstate, and easy to get into and out of. Wi-Fi worked well. There is no cable TV, and we were only able to pick up one station (PBS) with out antenna, and we frequently lost that signal. The campground has an upper section with pull-thru sites that have concrete pads, and a lower section with gravel sites. There are restaurants in walking distance and the Pioneer Automobile Museum is next to the campground.

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Unfortunately, the only choices in Sheridan are Peter D's and the KOA. We have stayed at both, and neither one is very nice. The campsites here (Peter D's) are so close together that if you want to sit outside, you practically have to sit on top of your neighbor's sewer hookup. Our camping neighbor actually apologized to me for dumping his sewer while we were around, and I felt obligated to wait until my neighbors left to dump mine. The Wi-Fi didn't work at all, but cable TV worked fine. The owner is friendly but a little too uptight about people driving the wrong way on campground roads or parking, even briefly, in the road.

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Staff was friendly and check in was easy. We were led to our site. The campground roads were easy to navigate (with a 38 ft motorhome pulling a Jeep). This campground has lots of well shaded sites that are reasonably spaced. Some sites only have 30 amp service, so when making a reservation be sure to request 50 amp if you need it. The Wi-Fi was too slow to be of any use. Our site recommendation would be site #11. If you can get it, you won't have another camping unit to your right, just a nice grassy area.

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This was about the 4th time we stayed here for at least an overnight stop. This is really a luxury, high end, campground with lots of amenities. All sites have concrete pads and multiple sewer hookups. The park is easy to navigate even with a big rig. They have added lines for a pickleball court on one end of the tennis court and there is a portable net. We usually hit tennis balls when we stop here, and we were surprised and disappointed about the sorry shape of the tennis net because otherwise this is such a high class operation.

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We stayed over the 4th of July weekend and the campground was completely full. The campground is easy to get to from the interstate, but interstate noise is minimal. Interior roads are usually easy to navigate, although the crowded conditions made it a little more challenging. Wi-Fi did not work well, but all other utilities were fine. This was our second overnight stay here, and we would stay again.

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There aren't many choices in the Indianapolis area. This is the second time we have stayed at Lake Haven Retreat. We stayed 2 nights at the beginning of the 4th of July weekend, and the park was packed. Ordinarily, it is easy to get into and out of, but because people were parked all over the place, it was little more challenging on such a busy weekend. Staff are very friendly, and the park is easy to find and not too far off I-65/465. Don't take city streets to get to the park off I-65; go to 465 and come back on IN 37. We left a day earlier than planned, and despite their stated policy of no refunds, they refunded out money for the night we didn't use. Neighbors face opposite directions in this park which is nice. Wi-Fi and cable did not work well (not enough bandwidth). All other utilities were fine.

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This is a great state park if you don't mind driving a ways off the interstate. It takes about 20-25 min. from I-40 to get to the Pin Oak campground. We find the drive worthwhile and have stayed twice now just for an overnight. There are great spots on the lake with full hookups. We were able to get about 5 or 6 TV channels with our antenna. The road to the campground is very good, as are the roads inside the campground. Sites are spacious and it was not hard to get level. We were in site 27; it and nearby sites have great lake views and privacy.