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This is a old campground that we have been to over the past 27 year. It is heavily used. It is in need of a good up grade through out the park. Most sites are in need of a lot of gravel. Our site was muddy from rain last night. Their full time residents have the same problem with mud and water in the holes in the lanes around their area.

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This park is small, but clean. The owner was very friendly. The park has only 10 sites.

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This park has a new owner and that is the reason the daily rate is at $20 for Passport America. There have been some improvements to the park. They have paved to roads through out the camp grounds, also they are mowing the park on a regular basis. There are still some improvements to be done.

     

I-35 RV Park

Waco, Texas

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We have not been to this park since September 2008. They have increased the size. They offer free hot breakfast between 7 AM to 9 AM to anyone. The breakfast was very good. The park was very wet and soft. They have very poor drainage.

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We have never been to this park, but after they had the big flood last year the park is in great shape. We had a pull through site # 40 with full hook ups. The sites are big in size with a picnic table, fire ring, and sites are paved. Our computer service and cell phone worked well. Both are through Verizon.

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We stay here during the first week of March for a Good Sam Mini Rally each year. The rate reflects the rally rate. This is a country RV park and is very laid back. The owner is strictly an old country boy.

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We stayed in site # 11. It was a back in, big enough for motor home and auto to park alongside. WiFi was very good, plus our Verizon hot spot. Cable was very good a lot of channels.

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This park is a short term park, using Pass Port America, and a long term park. This short term sites are nice in size and pull thru's, long term sites are very narrow and short. Full hook ups are find. The one bad thing about the park, is the dog pooh. Most of the long term residence don't pick up after their dogs. There seems to be no park rules that covers this area. The rates are OK. Long term is around $310.00 a month plus electricity. There is a mobile home section in the park. Some are OK and some are in bad shape. The older mobile homes seem to have a lot of junk on their sites. We like this park even though there are some problems.

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The park is large with big sites, mostly level, with cable TV, but very little trees where we were at. Summers would be very hot for your RV. Big outdoor pool. The park is on Lake Conroe a 22,000 acre lake.

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This park is OK for 1 night. I had a pull thru site that was paved, electricity was good, but the the park roads are bad, and there is a lot trash laying around the park. Would I stay here again, I might.

     

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Downstream RV Park

Quapaw, Oklahoma

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This park is a good park for a couple of nights. It is a all cement park divided into RV sites. It is owned by Downstream Casino Resort.

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This park is a very quiet and the sites are big, and is located on the Arkansas River.

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We have been coming to this park since 1991. This park is in the run down mode. We are in the long-term section. Some of the sites need to be cleaned up. A lot of trash. I notice there is no enforcement of picking up dog poo. Their roads with in the park that are paved need a lot of repair. Our site was large. We could park our tow vehicle next to our motor home with room to spare. Electricity was strong. Didn't try their WiFi we have our own.

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My wife and I have stayed here before. Its a nice little park for short term camping. The park is owned by a young couple. They are very nice and helpful. The park is about 1 1/2 miles from I-35 on US highway 69.

     

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Adventureland Campground

Altoona, Iowa

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This is mainly a work camping park during the spring, summer months. I am a work camper, but have camped here in the past. The park has been here since 1973. They are in the process of updating their sites with cement. There is a big amusement park next to the camp ground, and they have a Trolley to pick you up. There are about 100 sites for the daily use.