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The owners were very pleasant and helpful; they seem like really nice folks. The road in is not paved but it is level enough; normal dust for an unpaved road. The wifi was not very reliable so had to use my hotspot. Park is clean and well maintained. Site was level with lots of grass next to it. I picked up quite a few channels with my rooftop antenna. Direct TV receivers are available for $5, I assume that is a daily price. I thought it was a great park for the price. Definitely would stay there again.

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I arrived at 2:40 pm on a Monday and the office was closed. WiFi was very slow so I 'm using my Verizon Hotspot. Dogs across the fence barked almost constantly from about 3 pm until dark and started again at daylight. It's 7:20 and they're still barking. The park is adequate but priced about 40% too high. I had planned a 2-day stay but changed my mind. If the office is open when I drive out I will stop and pay. If not, I'll call later and negotiate a price. I have Passport America but it wasn't mentioned on the posted rate sheet. Posted rates start at $40 with various discounts up to 20%.

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This is a pleasant park for an overnight stop. It is just far enough away from the interstate to be quiet. The owner/manager is a pleasant and accommodating man. I would stay here again.

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It's adequate but I think it's a bit high priced. The check-in staff was pleasant and competent. There is little greenery except trees. The entire area is crushed rock but there are concrete pads at the spaces. The wind was blowing from a sewage treatment plant across the road about 250 yards and it is unpleasant. There is a pay fishing lake in the center of the park that brings in some folks who made us uncomfortable. There are lots of kids but they were well-behaved. Based on stored junk, it appears there are lots of long-termers. Call me snobbish or elitist but based on my three years ov RVing, I'd say it's a "lower class" clientele (and I'm a retired NCO). We wouldn't stay here again.