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This is a winter destination park and our third year here. The people here are very friendly, there are a lot of activities. Sites are all back in. The sites have plenty of space on both sides of your RV. There are a lot of park models in the park. Some are always for sale. The rate per month is $310.00 plus electricity.

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We have been staying at this park since 2011 on our way to and from Mission, Texas. We have always stayed in the pull thru sites section, but they just raised the regular prices to $55 a night. These sites do not Merritt $55. They are narrow and you have problems some times when you put your slides out. You are very close to your neighbors. We then ask for a back in site for $17.50 a night with Passport America discount. This park is a winter Texan destination park with a few year round residents. There is a small county airport next to the park that can make some noise in the day time.

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Never been to this park before, but would come back again. Everything is paved in the park. They have a very large lake for campers to fish. It was very cold so we didn't get a chance to enjoy the park. They had a camping club there using the park. The only thing that I didn't like about the park was the sewer outlet was clear to the the back part of the site. I had 20 feet of sewer hose, but it was not enough. I needed about 25 feet.

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This place OK for 1 night stay, cable was good, didn't use their WiFi. The place was wet from a lot of rain. They had a lot of ducks. You had make sure where you walked, a lot of duck droppings. I ask for a copy of the cable channels and was told to just to just flip thru the channels until you find one that you like.

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This was our first time at the park, we would come again. The park was very clean, we had a pull thru site #5. No cable, but local TV was OK. If you like fishing, this park would be great. Its located on a big lake, Talquin. It appears they have several long terms residents. Some mobile homes, and RV's. They also had several cabins to rent.

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This park is a typical Pass Port America Park. There are 40 plus sites for long term use, and several other sites for daily use. We are in a long term site for 2 weeks. Our site has cable, and is a back in with full hook ups. Available 30 AMP service only with a small cement patio. The laundry area has old washers for $1.75 and dryers for $.25 for 6 minutes. There is a need for some upgrading through out. There is a flea market area on the north side of the park, that is open Saturdays and Sunday and owned by the park.

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This park is like some of the Passport America parks, they are just fine for over night stay. We had full hook ups and a pull thru site. The bathroom was very clean and very large in size. The shower was big and very clean. You are about 5 miles from the Gulf of Mexico.

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While walking my dog in the park I notice a lot of dog poo, and cigarette butts laying on the ground. We had a nice pull-through site that was paved. The laundry area was nice, but only took credit cards to operate the machines. Our Verizon Internet and phones worked great. We would stay here again.

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We have stayed here many times using Passport America, we are now staying for a couple months using their monthly sites. The park has good electricity. The Passport America sites are all pull-throughs. This park is about the only one in this area that allows daily and weekly stays.

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We have been here before, the campground is pretty this time of the year, leaves starting to fall. The site are all paved. Most of the sites are shaded. We were on site 27, good Internet and satellite reception.

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We only camped here because I was getting tired. The park is old, weak electric. The owner is very friendly. We had a pull-through site that was grassy, but level. The owner told me he has owned the park for 25 years. There are a few monthly residents.

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We were there one night. The owners are a young couple, very nice. We had a pull-through site pretty level and the park is about 13 miles from Branson. Cell worked OK, and Internet was OK, Verizon. We would stay again. Might even stay there permanently.

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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.