Deck & Margot

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Very nice park. Very clean and well maintained. Lots of shade. Owner/managers are very nice and accommodating. The park is a quiet, smaller park with a friendly, lay-back atmosphere. There is a train track close by, but that did not create a problem for us. The only issue when we were there was the Internet connection. It kept going out. Hopefully, that has been resolved. We would definitely stay here again.

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Location is the big plus for this park. It is the only RV park I know of within an hour's drive in any direction. We felt fortunate to be able to get in. The managers are incredibly nice and accommodating. The layout of spaces makes for a rather crowded park. Extra vehicles are parked on the sides of the road and in many cases extending into the road making for tight squeezes. It is not uncommon to see units waiting in the road for an opportunity to get by. The utilities are a big issue. The park is older and all hookups are at the very back of the space. Sewer and electric in some spaces are on the wrong sides and have to be run under the unit to connect. Be sure to bring extra hoses or ask about this when making a reservation. The park is quite clean and well maintained. For being so congested, it is also quiet in the evening. We will stay here again.

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We arrived after a long, hot day. Were not in a mood to be too picky. Pulled in about 3pm. Office was closed, so we just picked a site. Park is old and designed for smaller rigs. Sites are level, narrow and short. Many of the campers have to park their truck in an empty space. In one site, the sewer connection is right in the middle of the neighbor's patio pad, barely 5 feet from their front door.

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As others have mentioned, the park is quiet, clean and shady. And, as mentioned, there are no facilities in the park. I rated this park 5 for the lack of facilities and price. I personally think the cost/services ratio makes this park considerably overpriced.

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We had planned to stay, but did a drive through and decided not to. When I talked to the owners, they were both incredibly nice. Seemed like the kind of people who would do most anything to accommodate a guest. But, the park itself is quite "shoddy". Actually, it looked more like an old fishing or hunting camp rather than an RV park. Lots of old, trashy looking permanent units, some seemed parked wherever they could fit in. Road going through the park was very uneven and narrow. I questioned if I would even be able to maneuver my 30' unit through.

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A great RV park in the middle of a wonderful area. This park is brand new (maybe a year old). Owners are very nice young couple. The park is next to a huge green field with lots of birds. Very nice and peaceful setting. Pads are level crushed gravel. Restrooms are very clean. We were here 1 week, and will most definitely stay here again.

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A very quiet, peaceful park. Lots of squirrels, bluebirds, hummingbirds, and even wild turkey. I can understand the negative review of the person with a 40 footer. They need a lot of room to maneuver. Our unit is 30 foot, and we had no problem. The sites are level and have a lot of "breathing room" between them. Very friendly place. We would definitely come back!

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This campground is OK if you're looking for a small, rustic, backwoods campsite close to the lake. However, if you have a large RV or trailer and want something a little more refined, this is not the place. We had reserved our site months in advance. When we got there, the only sites available were nothing more than "clearings" in the trees. All were very uneven, and virtually no clearance to maneuver our rig between the trees. A couple sites didn't even have driveways showing how to get in. We went someplace else.