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This park is simply an acceptable place to stay while visiting Nashville. The sites are adequate but tight. Our truck had to be parked perpendicular to our fifth wheel. The interior roads are small. There are many amenities for families that you would expect in a Jellystone park. Rate reflects Passport America discount which is available for two days only.

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Nice, well-maintained campground. The pull-thru site was more than sufficient for our 39' fifth wheel and our long bed crew cab truck. The site was a little unlevel. Some of the sewer connections were too high, about 10" which could make it difficult to dump tanks. The campground has mostly seasonal RV's so there are plenty of amenities for kids. The transient section is fair large. Restrooms were very clean. Although the park is close to the highway, it's surrounded by lots of trees and is quiet. No discounts given for a one night stay. This was our second stay at this park.

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This campground has mostly seasonal sites. It's well-maintained, clean, and has lots of amenities. We stayed here twice, to and from our final destination in our 39' fifth wheel. The pull-through site was level and generously sized. The roads are paved but a bit narrow. The park is conveniently located near I-90. You will hear road noise, but it was fine for a one night stay.

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We stayed at this campground for several days in our 39' fifth wheel. There aren't many sites in this park and only a few accommodate big rigs. We had a pull-thru, full hookup site. The width was adequate, but the length wasn't. We were able to pull into the site but had to back out. Our 30 amp service worked well, but others in our party had issues with the electric service. The camp is located at an old railroad station. It has the shabby but cozy feel of old Adirondack camping. The Inn at the campground serves food which we were told was quite good although we didn't get to try it. That's because the inn and camp office are closed several days per week in the Fall. Our group used the nice pavilion and the huge campfire area. We would stay here again if we were in this area because there are few options.

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We camped here for several days while visiting Prince George. This is a nice, small campground. Sites are fairly level and reasonably sized. The park has a nice clean pool. The Wi-Fi was smoking--fast one day, but we couldn't access at all on the other two days. There is a nice trail behind the park to walk the dog. The park is located right next to highway; you will hear the traffic at night. We would stay here again.

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This was a very pretty campground with lots of grass, trees, and flowers. Park is very well maintained. Lots were fairly level and nicely sized. The utility hookups were awkwardly placed; we needed a second water hose. Getting to the park can be tricky heading west as GPS and Google may give bad directions. On Route 2 West, take the 2nd right after the Missouri River. No specific dog walk, but lots of space for walking and plenty of trash cans. We enjoyed the beautiful grounds and would definitely stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.

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Wonderful park. Meticulously cared for grounds. Lots of trees and flowers. Level large gravel lots. Nice swimming pool. The largest fenced dog park we have ever seen in a campground. Rate reflects Escapees discount for 30 amp service. We stayed here one night. Strongly recommend this park.

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First, note that the title of this park on this review site implies that all sites are full hookup. That is not the case. We camped here in our fifth wheel in an electric-only site. All of the sites near us were electric only. Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court is basically parallel parking with green space in between. Driver-side slides protrude into the street. We had to run the power cable under the RV and across the patio space. The grass around the picnic table was overgrown. We had to pick up debris left by previous campers. On the positive side, views from this campground of surrounding mountains are spectacular and unobstructed from some sites. Unfortunately for us, Village II was under renovation. We do not recommend this campground unless Village II is not available.

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This is a huge campground with many sections. We camped in our 35' fifth wheel at a no-service, back-in site. The site was wooded, fairly level, and quiet. We noticed that larger rigs had some difficulty backing in to the spaces. There were plenty of dump stations. Short drive into Jasper.

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The name of this park, Prairie Pasque, is a flower. There is nothing as pretty as a flower here. It's an unattractive mobile home park with an even more unattractive RV section at the entry. Old trucks and RV's are parked on the edge the grounds, too. As an earlier poster noted, there is no office. We didn't see the sign and deposit box and had to ask another camper how to register. I had called in advance and spoke to the owner to inquire about availability. She should have mentioned the unusual check-in process. On the positive side, the site was level and it was quiet at night. Marginally adequate for a one night stop, but we will not stay here again.

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We stayed at this park on our way to and from Alaska. It is indeed a resort. There is a big pool and club house. We took advantage of a barbeque during the first of our two stops. The laundry is the nicest and biggest we've seen, and it is reasonably priced. There is a nice hiking trail along the river. Sites sizes are fine and relatively level. Getting to the park can be tricky; we suggest studying the route in advance. We camped here in our fifth wheel. Recommend this park. Price reflects passport America discount.

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The camp manager was very pleasant and stopped by to see if we needed anything. Camp has mostly RV's for local workers which presented no problem. There are only a few spots for short term campers so we'd advise making a reservation. The dirt /gravel pull thru lot was very large and reasonably level, The shade from the trees made the stay very restful...hence the name I guess. We tracked in a lot if dirt since it rained overnight. Grounds were clean and well maintained. It was quiet at night. Reasonable price reflects the Good Sam discount. Would stay here again for an overnight stop.

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Pleasant efficient staff who led us to our site. Camp has mostly RV's housing local workers, which presented no problem. There are only a few spots for short term campers so we'd advise making a reservation. The gravel lot was large enough and level. Grounds were clean and well maintained. It was quiet at night. Reasonably priced. Would stay here again for an overnight stop.

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This park is what it is...it's a place to stop for a night if you can't find anything else. All spaces are paved concrete. Grounds are well taken care of. It is located next to a nice convenience store and gas station. You can use the Wi-Fi from the Best Western next door, but the signal doesn't reach to the campground. The Verizon cell signal was excellent, 4G five bars. The campground had small back-in sites. The pull-through sites are two rows of parallel parking spaces with a grassy area in between. The park is located adjacent to a railroad yard. The noise from the trains and the engines goes on all night. This was the nosiest campground we've ever stayed at. We would not stay here again.

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Very nice RV park. Sites are large and level. Very convenient for visiting the Royal Tyrrell Museum and the Canadian Badlands. Rate reflects Passport America rate.