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I concur with previous reviews, the sites are very unlevel. We were surprised that there were so many long term renters at this park. We were told that they are oil/gas/pipeline service workers. Our neighbors all left between 5:45 and 6:15 AM. We were assigned the remaining spot near the office because the park's Wi-Fi system was being repaired. We could receive the office's Wi-Fi, which was surprising fast: 12-17 Mbps downloads and 3-6 Mbps upload. The park is far enough off of Rt 59 that the road noise did not bother me.

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The RV park we planned stay at was filled by the time we called ahead (before noon). We therefore used an old Woodall's directory to choose this one while en route. We did not have an opportunity to read RV Park Reviews ahead of time and agree with the generally low reviews this park received. Sites varied from smaller shaded back-ins to longer shaded or unshaded pull -throughs that could accommodate larger RVs. The noise from I-65 diminished at night. But train horns could be clearly heard at night about every 90 minutes. The WiFi was very weak and mostly useless. Our site was grass/weeds/dirt, but level and long enough to not have to unhook our toad. The site included an old concrete patio with a picnic table. The nightly rate for a 50 amp pull-through with a Good Sam discount was overpriced.

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Price reflects the Passport America discount. This is a newer park with nicely spaced back in sites widened to accommodate a second vehicle. Sites are packed asphalt and many are slightly unlevel front to rear. The pedestals have been installed way too low. It was difficult to install my 50 amp cord and impossible to plug in my surge protector. Most sewers are located too high. Passport America web site has the address on 2068 State Route 328 (Van Buren St). It is really on State Route 323. We called ahead of time to verify the availability of an overnight site. The owner answered and said that sites were available, but that she was out of town. She recommended a site and explained how to leave our payment. WiFi was not working when we arrived. Another RVer, who had been in contact with the owner said that the WiFi would be restored at 4:30 PM. It was.

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We called ahead of time to verify the availability of an overnight site. We left a message and our number, but never received a return call. The interior roads continue to deteriorate. The WiFi had been out for a while and tech help had been called and the WiFi remained unavailable we were there.

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Sites are oddly laid out. Our narrow gravel site was level. The sewer was not usable since it was located at the rear of the site. The campground was located next to the "Pathway Parkway", a very impressive hike/bike trail way that runs within the city. The WiFi worked, but was typically slow.

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Cost reflects Good Sam discount. Nicely laid out park with an area that we requested without sewers. But our gravel site was not level The park has a short trail system behind it. The nearby Rt 2 was noisy until late at night. The facilities were very clean and in good shape.

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Based on reviews of Sioux Falls campgrounds, we arrived with very low expectations. Since it was further from the interstate, I requested a site in the west side of the park. Not only was interstate traffic noisy, so too was the noise from 12th street. The narrow pull-through site was just an asphalt slab with a pedestal to distinguish its site number. The WiFi was not initially working. We informed the lady who checked us in. After a few hours, the slow WiFi was available. While in the area, we discovered an extensive hike and bike trail system around the city. The CATV had a generous number of channels. The campground had a little used recycling bin.

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The DSL WiFi was slow. We were guided to the site by a host. But, she positioned us away from the sewer connection (which was much higher than we'd like). The pull through site was long enough for us. The site and all interior roads were very dusty. The east side of the campground bordered on two sewage retention ponds.

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Stay to the right as you enter this nicely spaced out campground. Overnighters stay up front in modest sized pull gravel pull throughs. We received no map, no rules, no local info or TV channel listings. The interstate was out of site, but could be heard when the windows were open. The campground is located on a large property in a mixed residential area. There is a golf driving range out front and a large area in back for long-term RVers. Before pulling out in the morning, we saw 5 deer passing through the area. The sewer connection was located in the middle of the site and was higher than we'd like.

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Odd site layout. We backed the motorhome into a site and was later able to park the car behind it to hookup. The sites were narrow. Trains were heard several times over night. WiFi was working but slow. The campground offered aluminum can recycling.

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The cost is actually zero and reflects two free nights based on FMCA membership. All sites are easy full hookup back-ins on large concrete pads. Approximately 8 overflow electric only back-ins are also available. The next morning, the WiFi was not working. While at the FMCA headquarters at a facility a few miles away, we informed the receptionist that the WiFi had stopped working. As we returned to the campground several hours later, we received a nice call from the FMCA tech support indicating that the router was reset and that the WiFi should now be working. It was.

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Our site, a long pull through concrete pad was like most sites here, under trees. The park's cable supplied 60 channels, so our satellite dish was not missed. The wifi was weak, but workable for email. The adjoining city park charges $4.00+ to view their gardens and petting zoo. We arrived too late to be tempted or to walk along the creek trail. The falls itself is better than most RV park scenery!

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This was a decent no frills overnight stop a few miles south of I-20. There were a large number of available sites and we were happy to be placed in a pull through along the rear-most road away from the Hwy 61. The electric was at the rear of the site. For the first time in years, I had to use my 50 amp extension to reach the pedestal.

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Because this park is located just a few minutes south of I-20 no interstate noise was heard. The park layout allows easy maneuvering of large rigs in the park and in and out of sites. The WiFi was slow and we experienced the usual difficulty of signing on the TengoInternet run system. Many of the sites I saw on post trip walk around had sewer connections that are raised 2-4 inches above the ground.

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Price reflects senior discount for a pull-through 'multi-use' 50 amp site away from the lake. These sites are surrounded by a nice meadow. A herd of small deer roamed the park. The dirt interior roads were a little rough but easy / wide enough to get around on. We took advantage of the nature trail to enjoy a post-drive walk. A longer off road bicycle trail is also available. We saw a variety of birds along the trail and the usual shore birds at the lake. Open Wi-Fi is available at most sites. We'll return to this park as we come and go to the Rio Grande Valley