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This is a small KOA, but well off the interstate, so there is no traffic noise. Interior roads and sites are gravel. We are about 55' long and had no trouble negotiating any of the turns, it was an easy in and out. The owners are in the process of building some patio sites with concrete pads. Free Wi-Fi and cable worked well. Our site was level. We would stay here again.

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This KOA is a few blocks from the interstate, so there is little or no traffic noise. It is a small KOA, but easy to get into and out of even with a big rig (we are about 55' long and had no problems). Our site was level. Cable TV worked well with lots of channels. We could not get the Wi-Fi to work. Staff was friendly. We would stay here again for an overnight stop.

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This looks to be a fairly new KOA. It is easy to get to from I-80 and easy to get into and out of with a big rig. However, it is basically a large gravel parking lot divided into RV sites. There is no grass at any sites, and no mature trees, so there is no shade. Sites a pretty close together with nothing separating adjacent sites except the utility hookups. Our site was level. Cable TV worked well, but there are only about 11 channels. We could not get the Wi-Fi to work. This KOA is okay for an overnight stop, and we would stay here again.

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This is an old, tired, and run-down looking KOA. We stayed during rodeo week, and with only one other option in Sheridan, it was packed every night. They should put some of that income back into the park. On the positive side, the staff is friendly, the park is easy to get to and easy to get into and out of with a big rig, and is convenient to Sheridan. The pool is kept clean. There is no cable TV, but we could pick up a few stations with an antenna. We could not get the Wi-Fi to work. Sites are gravel/mud, and ours was not level. The sites are also very close together and small.

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This is the 3rd or 4th time we've stayed here. I don't think there is a bad site in the park, and although it is pricey as campgrounds go, but is worth it for all of the amenities. We like sites 109, 110, 111, and 112 which are along the south edge of the park and do not have sites adjacent to them on either side. Al of the interior roads are paved and wide, so it is easy to get into and out of. The park is about 1/2 mile off the interstate, so there is little or no interstate noise. Cable TV and Wi-Fi work well. We will stay here again.

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This is an okay campground for a short stay (we just did an overnight). Convenient to I-29, but traffic noise isn't too bad, and easy to get into and out of. The only tricky part of getting in is you cannot turn left into the campground off 12th street, and if your rig is long, you can't make the recommended U-turn at the first light on 12th. However, you can just turn left at the first light and go around the block and come back out on 12th. Sites are all back to back, no pull throughs, but the interior roads are paved and plenty wide enough. We would stay here again.

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One of the nicer KOA's we have stayed in. We were not travelling with kids, but this is a great park for families and kids with the water park so nearby. The sites are spacious for a KOA and easy to get into and out of. We paid for a deluxe patio site, but the non-deluxe pull through sites 30-46 are all great site where you can sit and look at a large expanse of wildflowers and a marsh, rather than at other camping units. We would definitely stay here again.

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This park is about 7-8 miles off of I-64, but very easy to get to and well worth the drive. We were in site 48 which was fairly level and easy to back into. The park web site, and signs in the park, will note a "tight turning radius" for some sites. What that means is that there are no loops. Rather, you have to go to the end of the road your site is on and turn around in a cul de sac that is very small. You can't do it with a tow vehicle attached, and you might have to do a little jockeying to get turned around, but it is doable (our motorhome is 38 ft.). My only complaint would be that the host who checked us in gave us no information or literature about the park, and did not adequately explain about the turn-arounds and how to get to our site. Nevertheless, this is a great park, and we would stay again. The best sites are 21, 48, and 29. We were in 50 which was also good.

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This is a great park whether for an overnight or an extended stay. Very convenient to West Lafayette, and close to the interstate but there is no interstate noise. Sites are spacious and separated by tree rows for privacy. They have pull through sites that would accommodate most large rigs. Interior roads are paved and easy to negotiate. If you don't have an Indiana state parks pass, you have to pay $8.00/10.00 per vehicle (resident/nonresident) which makes the campground a little pricey for just an overnight. We were able to pick up a few Lafayette TV stations with our antenna. We would stay here again.

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This is a great park that is convenient to Madison. Spaces are large and very easy to get into and out of. We were in site 15 which was level. We will stay here again.

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This is a nice KOA, but like most KOA's, it is right on the interstate, so there is a lot of road noise. However, it is an easy in and out, the staff was friendly, and the sites are level and reasonably spacious. We would stay here again.

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For an overnight stay, which is what we were looking for, this park is convenient to I-74 and not far from I-57. It is easy to get into and out of (we have a 38 ft motorhome and were towing a car). Staff (owner?) was friendly. They do not honor any discounts. We were in site #3, a pull thru in the front of the park. These pull thrus are all very narrow, and there are no picnic tables or fire rings. We would not have been able to put our awning out if we had wanted to. We like to sit outside, and there is a very large grassy area on both sides of the pull thru sites, so we just carried chairs and a small table the 40 ft or so to that area. The park was quiet except for interstate noise. We did not use the Wi-Fi or attempt TV reception. Bathrooms were clean, just old and tired looking. Our site was fairly level. We would stay here again for an overnight. The campground website appears to no longer be available. Sometimes that's a sign a park has gone out of business, but it appears they simply have not renewed the web site.

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This is great Army corps campground. Very good interior roads. Many sites are paved. Great mixture of large RV, small RV, and tent sites. Many sites are nicely shaded. There are lots of sites with great views of the lake.

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We stayed here one night. Good stopover campground (in the middle of nowhere). The restrooms were exceptionally clean and even had glass-tiled walls. It ws like an upscale locker room. Good interior gravel roads and level pull throughs. We did not use the pool, but it was clean. We would stay here again.

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This was a really nice campground. We just stayed overnight. There are lots of really nice pull throughs with lots of space between most sites. Wi-Fi was weak and slow (11 mps), but did work. Many sites have trees. Park was clean and had large fenced dog area. Would stay here again.