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Bob Shetler is a nice park below the dam. It only has electricity at the camping sites. There several water faucets throughout the park to fill your fresh water tank. The park does have a dumping area on the far east end of the park. The camping sites are large and there is a lot of room between sites.

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Cutty's is a membership park, we are members again. We used to be members, but moved to another state. There are a lot of upgrades since we left. In the clubhouse there are new washers and dryers. They are upgrading the roads between campground sites. They have also upgraded the electricity. They now use smart cards to get into the park. The one negative thing about the park, to many golf carts. Cutty's is a great place for kids, there a lot of activities for the young ones during the summer.

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We have stayed at this park since 1991, when is was a KOA. The owner was gone, so it was self check in. The bathroom was dirty, the laundry room was worse. I needed to do a load of washing, but before I could I had to clean the wash machine. The dumping area was out of order. There was fresh water available.

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We have stayed at this park 3 times. We had a pull thru site. There were only 4 other campers there. Very quiet. The park was still on winter camping, but they did have fresh water available up by the dumping area.

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This park is 6 miles off I-35, easy to get to. The owner of the park is very new. He was asking me a lot questions. The owner tried to get me to stay and be a workamper for him. There are about 40 sites being used for long term. There seems to be a lack of pride throughout the park by the long term residents. Our site which was up by the office away from the other long term people. Our site was ok. The owner has not mowed the park for a couple of weeks. We would camp here again for a 1 nighter. The rate included $2.00 for electricity.

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This was the second time we have stayed at this park. This park is ideal for 2 or 3 days. The rate for camping included $2.00 for electricity. Their sites are grass pull thru's. Electric was good, we had the air on each day.

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We stayed here for 2 1/2 weeks, and have been here before. The weekly rate is $150.00 or get a discount rate of $16.00 by using your Passport America for 3 nights. There are 11 sites all pull thrus. The sites need some TLC. The manager of the park has no maintenance person to help. The park is close to anything you might need.

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We have stayed here before, but will not come back anymore. Since the new owner took over the park 2 years ago a lot of the park has not been updated. The grass had not been cut. The sand burrs has overtaken the park. Our poor puppy got burrs all the time. The wash machines are old and rusty. They have been putting in cement patios, but they are not very usable. Case in point. If I wanted to use the patio at our site, then we could not hook up to sewer unless we had 30 feet of sewer hose.

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We stayed 1 night, in a drive through site, not a lot of room between sites. The other sites that they have are for winter Texans are much better and have a lot more room. This park is primarily used for winter visitors from up north and Canada. We have been here 3 other times.

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This park changed their fee policy for this year. They charge $16 for the site and give you your senior discount for $8, then they charge you for water and electricity with no discount. Then, when you reserve online you have to pay another $9. I guess this is a for profit campground. I won't camp here again. I can go to a private campground closer to Houston and get all the amenities, plus easier access to the sky for our satellite for about the same price.

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Nice quiet park, paved roads and sites. We were able to get satellite tv on site b8. We have Verizon a little slow but worked. Our site needed some minor pick up a lot of small trash. I guess today's campers don't know how to pick up. Would recommend, and camp there again.

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Gulpha Gorge is a urban campground next to a highway that takes you into town. The highway has a lot of traffic, but you get used to it. This park is a first come first serve. It has a long walking trail, almost 1 mile long. They have a automated machine that checks you in and takes your money. You need to make sure you have the correct amount when you are paying. There are no showers, but nice bathrooms. Our Verizon works great here. If you are using satellite make sure you dish is mobile.

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My wife and I have been here before, January last year. The park is on a hill over looking a small lake. They do allow swimming in the summer time. The sites are paved and also the roads. We always stay at site # 19 so we can use our satellite system. We have Verizon internet and it works very well. The park has a lot of trees, so some sites you will probably have a problem finding enough open space for a satellite dish. We could not get any local channels. I could not give the park a 10 like others, because it does not have swimming pool and available wifi. We will stay again.

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This park is used for our district rally each year. The park is about the same as it was in 2011 when my wife and I came for our first rally. A lot of projects started but not finished. The park is quite plain jane, although it does have full hook ups. It is not kid friendly. There are another 200 to 250 sites for mobile homes. There are a lot of oak trees throughout the park. Coushatte does offer wi fi to its long term residents, but I don't know the cost. Our camping chapter uses this park at least once a year.

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This park is a 55 and older campground, used mainly for the winter by Winter Texans. The rate is $300 a month plus electric if you pay by the month, cheaper if you pay for the whole winter at once. The park has a large clubhouse, nice swimming pool, paved streets. The sites have paved patios and paved place to park your vehicle. Your RV is parked on grass. There are 40 RV sites and the other spots have park models on them. We are staying here for 2 months. We will be here again.