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The best aspect of this park is location. It is only about a mile from the National Military Park and Soldiers National Cemetery, both of which are "must see". The town is less than another mile and is loaded with shops and excellent eating places. The park itself is average at best. Roads and sites are gravel, some level, others less so, some with trees, others in the open. Our site (45) was in the open and was an easy pull-thru with FHU. The overall appearance of the park is one of a park in decline in spite of what appears to be plenty of staff. The grounds were not particularly well kept, signage was deteriorating, and the restrooms, while useable, left much to be desired. The staff was friendly and offered free passes to several tourist venues in town. We took advantage of the Lincoln Train museum which we really enjoyed.

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This is a very good park in a rural setting just off I-81. Reception was friendly and efficient. FHU pull thru site was plenty long, gravel, with a small concrete patio and picnic table. Site was well shaded, utilities very good including an impressive cable lineup. WIFI a bit slow. Bathrooms/showers were very clean and the laundry quite satisfactory. Access thru park and site was easy.

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This is a nice park about 3 miles west of the Interstate. Reception was friendly and efficient. Site was a long pull thru with ample space, gravel, and had a concrete patio and picnic table. Roads and site were easy in/easy out. Bathrooms were clean and well maintained. Good overnight stop. Short walk to convenience store, Subway, Skate facility, and flea market that also goes by the Barnyard name.

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This park is a tale of two cities. There is an older, probably original, section and a newer area. The older section is well shaded but the sites were old looking and not as well cared for. Many sites looked fairly unlevel. The "new"area was large and in a more open space. Sites were modern, mostly level, with excellent utilities and long , paved pull thrus. There was plenty of room between site which all had picnic tables and fire rings. The park had a nice looking pool and playground and two well kept bark parks. Interior roads were gravel, in excellent shape, with no obstacles. Bathrooms and laundry were satisfactory. I would not hesitate to stay here again but would need a site in the new area.

     

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Cedar Creek COE

Mt Juliet, Tennessee

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This is a nice COE campground on lake Old Hickory. All sites are back-in clustered around circles which makes the back in fairly easy. No sewer and the single dump is rather poorly positioned at the back end of the park. Water and electric were fine, no wifi, but we had strong verizon signal. Sat could be an issue due to large trees. Grounds and bathrooms were well maintained. Interior roads were paved and a bit narrow and curvy. Use caution to avoid trees/obstacles. The best sites are the back-ins along the lake which are large and easily accessed. Use caution entering the park. The entrance is narrow and requires a wide turn. Be careful not to block the road or the grumpy lady on duty will yell at you! It's a bit out of the way over hilly, curvy, country roads but it is a restful place once you are settled in. It is a 40 minute drive to downtown Nashville.

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This is a very clean, well maintained, and pretty state park. Interior roads are all paved and easy to navigate. All sites are back-in but the vast majority are quite easy to manage. Sites are paved, mostly level, with picnic table and fire ring. Choose wisely as not all sites have water or sewer. Bathrooms/showers were clean and well looked after. Plenty of room between sites. About 23 miles from downtown Louisville.

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We arrived in late afternoon during constant rain. "New" entrance is a bit narrow turning off main road...not impossible but use care. Stopped at entry booth but no one there. began wandering through the park looking for the office. Better signage could be much more helpful. A Golf cart caught up and led us to our site (45) adjacent to the office. Efficient, friendly check-in. Site was plenty long and had a partial concrete pad. Utilities were good although wifi instructions a bit confusing. upon returning to the park after dark it was difficult to navigate due to almost total absence of lighting and poor signs. Office staff was very helpful the next day by allowing a late departure due to the need for a minor repair. It was early season here and I suspect everything wasn't yet fully up to speed. I was also informed that the park had been recently rearranged which may account for the poor signs/lights. Restrooms/showers/laundry were very clean.

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We were impressed by this unassuming park. Check in at the gas station was quick and easy. The "office" has food service and snack/sundry sales (they boast the "best burger in Iowa"...didn't have one but they sure smelled good. The Rv area was very pleasant and very well maintained. Half the sites are in an open area, the others in a treed section. All sites were long pull thru with easy in/out access. Utilities were all good but no wifi. Verizon was strong. Laundry was clean as were the restrooms/showers. The management seems to take a good amount of pride in their park. I would definitely stay here again.

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This park is a good overnight spot for I-80 travelers. Check in was courteous if a bit heavy on rules reminders. Playground/general areas need work but this is very early in the season. Entrance road rather bumpy...I guess this helps enforcement of the 5mph rule which I was reminded of during check in. Office has food service and a full bar in addition to the usual store items. Site was a pull thru of very good length, pretty easy in and out if you pay due attention to some trees. Utilities were all fine including wifi. Bathrooms were clean but showers could benefit from an upgrade. I would not hesitate to stay here again if passing thru the area.

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This is a good park easily accessed from I-80. Check in was quick and easy. Site was a long pull thru with good utilities, including wifi, and easy in/out. good interior roads. Grounds less than spectacular but it was very early spring with recent poor weather. Bathrooms were clean but showers could use an upgrade. Good spot for a stop if passing thru the area.

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Unfortunately we arrived after an unusual late season snow storm which rendered the gravel sites a combination of ice, slush, and mud. Having said that those problems were of no fault of the management. The lady at check in was helpful and got us a site suitable for our need. We didn't hook up to water as the temps were going down to the mid teens and we had not brought our cold weather gear. Both the 50 amp power and free wifi were very good. The bathrooms/showers were exceptionally clean. I believe that this would be a highly suitable park during good weather months and we would gladly stay there again in those circumstances.

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Mixed reviews here. We had selected site 57 online. Mistake! Might have well parked on I-15 as far as noise is concerned. Later moved to a location further back which was a big improvement. Sites are a good size with fire rings, picnic table. and covered patio but the grounds were not well maintained. No 50 amp service. Bathrooms were unattractive and not particularly clean. Showers were suitable for solitary confinement prisoners in a very old prison. Interior roads were good and no problem to navigate. Host was very helpful in arranging a new site needed due to an RV maintenance problem.

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Stayed here one night. This is a quiet place with very nice scenery. Our site was 45 which was one of few pull thrus. Mostly level site with excellent utilities (50 amp). No sewer at this site but a handful of sites in this loop did have sewer available. Roads and site were paved and easily navigated. The bathrooms/showers in this loop were faily new and consisted of individual rooms. They were also among the cleanest we have seen in 12+ years of RVing.

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We stayed at this park for 6 nights and used it as a jumping off point to explore this part of Montana. Day trips to Anaconda, Phillipsburg, Helena, Bozeman, and Butte were well worth the time. We were on site 55 which was a pull thru (almost all sites were) and easy to access and exit. Roads and site were gravel. Site was mostly level and long enough for rig (38') and truck. Utilities were fine except for wifi which was weak. Bathrooms/showers were very clean. Park has a small store that carries the "essentials". To the rear of the park is farmland with cattle and a few passing deer. Adjacent to the park is the Freemont Hot Springs Resort complete with indoor and outdoor hot springs pools, tennis, an 18 hole golf course and dining facilities.

     

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Mountain View RV Park

Arco, Idaho

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Stayed at this park one night. Park was clean with adequate gravel roads that were easily navigated. Site was long and level. Electric (50 amp site) and water were fine. Bathrooms were dated but very clean. Colocated with the office was a small cafe with a daily changing menu of hot meals (we didn't use). Not much going on in Arco but this is a great one nighter.