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This RV park is within a very busy county recreation area. But the RV section is located in a quite area set back from the others activities and facilities. Most of the sites were shaded and mine was a pull thru, the roads were easy to maneuver and the bath house facilities were modern and clean. I did not see any laundry facilities and there was no cable TV and with the trees no satellite reception. But overall this is a very nice park.

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I have stayed at this campground several times over the years. They have waterfront and interior sites which are priced separately. The waterfront sites are very tight and close. I stayed in a interior site which had plenty of room, a small concrete pad and picnic table, the power and sewer connections have been updated recently and were conveniently located. Most of the sites are back in and I had enough room for my pull behind. I had a nice quite stay and would recommend this campground.

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I stayed here 4 nights in early May. Park personnel very helpful and friendly. The facilities and utilities are kept very neat and clean. On the negative side, I was in site # 12 which was right beside a street that had heavy car and motorcycle all day and night long, very noisy. And my immediate neighbors were up till 3 & 4 in the morning making noise, but Key West is a party town. I would stay here again.

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This park is on the outskirts of Waco and is sort of hard to find. There appeared to be quite a few long term residents but the site were pretty well maintained. My site was a pull thru with room for my pull behind. The site had a fairly level concrete pad but due to recent rains any area off of the pad was wet and muddy. The utilities were well located and in good condition. The Wi-Fi and the cable worked well. On the negative side there appeared to be only one male and one female bathroom and shower equipped for one person at a time. It was clean when I used it. I would stay at the park again if in area.

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Spent 2 nights here, beautiful location on the Altamaha River. The 24 sites are all level and compacted gravel, some pull thru sites. Sites have 30-50 amp elect. and water only. No sewer, cable or WiFi. Our Verizon service was spotty. There is a centrally located bathhouse with hot showers that was very clean. At the check-in station they have a very nice museum concerning local wildlife and the local settlement history, it was well worth seeing. There is nature trails, a boat ramp and beach on the river which is all within a 5 minute or less walk. All & all it is a beautiful campground setting. The only negative was the rough dirt road getting to the campground from the paved highway. I would certainly stay here again.

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Spent 2 nights here in order to see their annual drive-thru Christmas Light show, it was very nice. This campground has a lot of activities to offer thru out the year. It was easy to maneuver thru park and into site, most are back-in. The utilities are properly located and in good condition. My site was very level as are most, it had a picnic table, no fire ring, no concrete pads. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. They have a large indoor theater where they serve drinks and full menu meals.

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This park is located on the south end of Pigeon Forge, handy to both Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. The sites are mostly level and are all back-in, no pull through sites. All site are gravel with a concrete pad for picnic table, the utilities were situated very well, but my water spigot leaked badly when opened. I reported leak to office. The rest rooms and showers were clean and well equipped. The WiFi and cable TV worked very well.

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Had A one night stopover at this park. The management was very nice and helpful with local information. This is a small park with 3 pull thru's in center. The restrooms were very clean and well equipped, with plenty of hot water. My site was gravel, fairly level with a picnic table. Utilities were properly located and in good condition.

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Stayed here 5 nights in a motorhome. Although the sites are all situated in a very hilly terrain the concrete sites are all large and level, but for some they could be a challenge to back into. I strongly advise locating your site prior to moving your RV into the site area, and good luck to you if you arrive after dark. But once situated it is a beautiful and well maintained resort that is convient to Helen and most of the scenic drives of this area. I would certainly use this resort again.

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Spent 3 nights here, it is an average park in beautiful Island Park. The interior roads and the sites are fairly well maintained gravel. The utilities were a little unusual, the faucet was down inside a concrete pipe that made it difficult to get my dual outlet connector and hose connected. The sewer connection came out of the ground at a sharp angle that would put a sharp bend in your drain hose at the elbow fitting. One end of the campground appeared to be mostly long term residents. But I would stay here again.

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Spent 1 night here, easy access from interstate. Good paved roads thru camp and paved level sites, sites were pretty close and no picnic tables. Bath and shower facilities were clean and the campground grounds were well maintained. No camp store, but there is a store about 200 yds. away.The casino does have a grill but no restaurant, the grill did serve a good meal at a reasonable price. I pulled into a site I liked and then walked back to the casino to register and they did not have any problem with my site selection. I would stay here again.

     

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Moab Rim RV Campark & Cabins

Moab, Utah

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Spent 2 nights here, the staff was very friendly and helpful, bath facilities were clean, gravel site was fairly level and utilities were good. Moab is a off road vehicle destination and quite a few people in C.G. had variouse types and sizes of off road vehicles. A number of them were working on them during the day and revving up the engines with the resulting noise. A couple of them returned to camp at about midnight. The campground is also located close enough to the road to hear road noise most of the night. Due to noise I would probably try another C.G my next visit.

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This is a very old RV Park located on top of a hill on the west side of Albuquerque. I spent 4 nights here 2 years ago and 1 night this trip. I will look for another park next visit. The staff is very friendly and helpful and the facilities are kept clean and in good working order. This park has easy access from I-40. There are some cottonwood trees around the sites, but most of them have dead limbs that do have the potential to fall on your rig, so beware. The exposed location on top of the hill results in high winds that blow thru the park causing dirt and sand to be blown everywhere. On my previous stay here I had a layer of dirt/dust on everything in motorhome. I did give it a second try but I will not return again.

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When you first arrive, use the phone at check-in station to call Casino hotel desk. They will assign you a site that you can set up your rig at and then go to desk to register and pay. Easy to find and easy access to sites, all sites have level concrete pads for vehicle and picnic tables, water, electric, sewer and cable connections are located properly for my rig. Bath and shower facilities in good condition and clean. No shade at all but overall a very good park that I would not hesitate to stay at again.

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When you first arrive, use the phone at check-in station to call Casino hotel desk. They will assign you a site that you can set up your rig at and then go to desk to register and pay. Easy to find and easy access to sites, all sites have level concrete pads for vehicle and picnic tables, water, electric, sewer and cable connections are located properly for my rig. Bath and shower facilities in good condition and clean. No shade at all but overall a very good park that I would not hesitate to stay at again.