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No cable, no WiFi, no table, narrow sites, and patio in weird place. Next door sewer at the foot of our steps. Adequate only for overnight. Park is designed for full timers with small pull through spot for transients.

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Only stayed overnight. Had long private site. Cable worked well, tho selection limited. Pristine clean park convenient to I-10.

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Clean, convenient easy-access. Clean, reasonably priced laundry. Very nice hosts. Escort to site. Utilities and cable work well. WiFi did not work, despite the 11 towers in the park. Would definitely stay again.

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Driving into this park we wondered a bit, but our site is large and beautiful, there is a large off-leash area for our dog, and laundry has new machines reasonably priced. It's a bit outside of central Santa Fe. Only complaint is that the Wi-Fi doesn't work at all. Can't even connect. It's a common problem and annoying. If parks are going to advertise free Wi-Fi it should work. Otherwise, charge for it. Everyone needs Wi-Fi these days.

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Completely disagree with previous review. We have stayed here twice before and have had good service, very friendly staff, working utilities. The restrooms and showers are immaculate. It is in an industrial area, but it's close to the highway and very convenient. We will definitely stay here again.

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This is an older KOA, but in pristine neat and clean condition. The spaces are large enough for some shade, a strip of grass, and picnic table in the pull-through section and very woodsy and lovely in the lower section. I-40 is very close and you can hear the traffic, but it didn't bother us on the upper section. Staff is very nice and accommodating. The showers have been recently renovated and the laundry is priced low and in working order. The cable only has a few Fox channels, but Wi-Fi (Tengo) is free and works very well. I would give it a 10 if the cable had some other news stations besides FOX.

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Beautiful campground close to central northern New England spots. Great service, wider sites with sitting area, fire ring, and picnic table, though the terrain on the upper pull-through sites, as mentioned, is hilly and the sites a bit short for our 32 foot MH and toad. However, the whole place is clean and well kept with lots of little extras like escort and parking help, wood delivery, trash pickup. Laundry was clean and in good working order. Cable and Wi-Fi are free and work well, even though the campground was full the night we stayed. Would definitely stay again.

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I usually don't give 10 ratings, but this place, despite it's price, is great. If you started camping in a tent in wooded state parks and only began RVing because advancing age dictated increased comforts, this place will remind you of a beautiful park in the woods. The reasons for the 10 is large, wooded, private sites with table and fire ring. WiFi works great. Cable TV works great. Laundry is clean, in good working order, and reasonably priced. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The whole place is clean. There is a good-sized dog park. Although we don't have kids anymore, there are lots of things for kids. It's quiet. There is no train 10 feet from our pillow. We will be here six days and enjoy it a lot.

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This is a pretty park on a canal near attractions of the Finger Lake Region. The transient spots are spacious and there is lot's of green. Driveways to the spaces are gravel and are just about as wide as your tires, which makes setting up a challenge. The facility is run-down and overpriced. We have 30 amp, no sewer, no cable, no WiFi. The woman's shower is absolutely filthy, with a huge puddle under one of the toilets. The water didn't even work in either of (also filthy) woman's showers. Would not recommend.

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We paid the Passport America discount rate. This would be a 10 if they didn't charge $5 a day for Wi-Fi. Mostly seasonal rigs, with some transient spots. Clean, pretty, well-kept with a restaurant, store, mini-golf, inviting playground equipment. Obviously a summer destination resort across the road from Lake Erie. It's a bit of a hike from I-90 but worth it if you have a couple of days. Make sure you know where you are going. Our GPS sent us to Indian Creek, which is not at this location. Fortunately, the office staff knew how to find us a place to turn around. Would come back here.

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With cable TV this park would be a 10. Beautiful, clean, large spaces with picnic table at each site. We chose a back-in and so had a small grassy yard backed up to an Amish farm where Clydesdales grazed. It is very quiet. Laundry is reasonably priced and showers pristine clean. Even pull-through spaces had a strip of grass so don't be put off by descriptions as a gravel parking lot.

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I was skeptical given some reviews, however, for an interstate park it is very nice. Pool is gorgeous, sites are long, grassy, and level. Had to share water with neighbor who was very neighborly about it. It would be a 10 if the Wi-Fi worked and it had cable. Got several stations on the over-the-air TV. RV parks need to do something about the free Wi-Fi. Either don't advertise it, or put enough routers in so that once the park fills up it works for everyone. We stay in a lot of parks and connection never works.

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Cute park just off I-80. Has a pizza restaurant with a bar and a small store. Laundry and showers old but clean. Train nearby but not too close. Grass and shade with long pull-throughs in nicely spaced sites. Looks like a lot of seasonal units. Nice pool and tennis courts. Great for a one night stop, but apparently a lot of Husker's fans camp here on home game weekends.

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We have reviewed this park in the past. It is beautiful and clean. Restrooms are spotless and spacious. Sites have good separation with shade trees and grass strips. There is a walking trail and little ponds. Try to score a site near the ponds. Cable works well and has 100 channels. I would definitely stay here again, but two negatives: the laundry is out-of-order, and the Wi-Fi does not work at the sites. There is a loud, frequent train nearby, which we did not notice at night. I requested a site far from the train. Other than that, it's a 10.

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Located between I-80 and railroad tracks. Train comes through every 30 minutes and blows it's horn, but either we were tired or it didn't blow at night because we slept well from 11:00 to about 5:30. Owner very nice. Sites large. No complaints for the price. Wouldn't recommend the bowling alley restaurant.