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The park is located 1/2 mile north of I-24 @ Exit 11. If arriving after dark, go slow & look for the entrance on the right. There is a sign, but it is not lighted at night. This is a clean park with gravel roads & level gravel sites. We were in a front site on the second row. There is some road noise, but we ran a fan at night to lessen the road noise level inside. WiFi worked well. Laundry & bath house were both very clean. The office has a small store area containing some RV supplies & a few grocery items. The staff is friendly & helpful. We paid with Coast to Coast trip points. This park charges 2500 trip points per night rather than 1500 points charged by most Good Neighbor Parks. We would stay again if in the area.

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Park is located across US 377(J A Richardson Loop) from Ada in rural setting. Managers are very friendly & helpful. Roads & sites are all white rock/gravel. All sites are pull thru. Roads & some sites could use some additional fill in some low areas. Park is fenced & has a gate that requires a gate card for entry. Both 30 & 50 amp available. Our 50 amp worked well. Good water pressure. Good cable TV with many channels available. Wifi was a little slow. Restrooms & laundry could both use a little TLC. The park has many long term residents who are working in the area. No problem with road noise, but you can hear train whistles at night. We have also stayed at the other RV park in Ada, but definitely prefer this park. We will stay again when visiting son at college.

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Very neat & clean park. All roads & sites are paved. Friendly & helpful employees. Park located next to RR tracks, but we were not bothered by train noise. Pull thru sites are long enough to stay hooked up if necessary. Utilities & cable TV were good. Wi-fi was adequate. Very clean laundry/bath house. Rate was pa. Will stay again when in the area.

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Park is located on I-40 next door to Camping World, but we were not bothered by road noise. Roads & sites are all gravel & sand. Nice long & wide sites with plenty of room to park. Restrooms & laundry were clean. Employees were friendly & helpful. Neat collection of old cars & trailers behind office. Rate was C2C Good Neighbor Park. We will stay again when in this area.

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This is a very clean & well maintained park with gravel sites. All sites are pull thru sites. Very friendly & helpful managers who escort you to your site on arrival. Wi fi worked well. Laundry was clean & washers & dryers worked well. Entry requires a gate code. Don't miss the chance to eat @ Lum's Bar-B-Q (about a 1/2 mile south on 377 on the right) while in Junction. We will definitely stay here again when in Junction.

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This park could use some TLC. Sites appear to have had some small gravel covering them at one time. Now they are mostly covered with grass. Roads could also use some additional rock or gravel on them. Sites are mostly level & utilities(water & electric) worked well. Wi-Fi also worked well. There is some road noise from Hwy 59. This park works for an easy in & out 1 night stay, but is overpriced for an extended stay.

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We turned into the park but could not find the office. After asking a resident, we were told to go through the fence opening next to the laundry building & the office would be to the left. The manager was very friendly & took me on her golf cart to show me how I needed to go to get to my site. I had to loop through the back of the park to get turned around. I never came close to any low hanging branches that were mentioned in a previous review. Nearly all sites are shaded by huge old oak trees. Our back in site required a little leveling, but was plenty deep enough & had a nice concrete patio. The long term residents were very friendly & their sites were clean. We never experienced any train noise or road noise at night. I have never stayed in a park where all residents adhered to the 5 mph speed limit as well as they do here. All utilities & WiFI worked well. There is a very nice lake at the back of the property. We will make sure we stay longer on our next trip to this area.

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We only stayed 1 night. The manager was very nice & offered us a choice of 2 different sites. We chose a pull thru that over looked the ball fields. Easy access from I-85. If you use a GPS, set the destination for the intersection of S. College St. & Lee Road 674. Turn right at this intersection (as if you were going to the Auburn Softball Complex) & then turn left & go through the parking lot to get to the RV park. Wi-Fi worked well. We were not bothered by road noise from I-85. We would definitely stay here again.

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We really enjoyed our 1 week stay at this campground. Rate shown reflects weekly rate. We had a level, gravel, FHU, back in site next to Hwy. 19. There are also pull-thru sites available. Road noise was not a problem for us. This location is very convenient to Waynesville & Maggie Valley. Cable TV & Wi-Fi both worked well. The laundry contained 2 washers & 2 dryers that worked well. We really enjoyed the 2.6 mile paved walking trail around Lake Junaluska. The park was very clean & well maintained. The camp hosts were very friendly & helpful. We would definitely stay here again.

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Beautiful setting on a farm with a barn and silos on the property. Sites are level grass with gravel underneath. Utilities worked well & bath house was clean. No cable TV, but roof antenna received all major network channels from Knoxville. Owner was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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Check in at main hotel check-in at the casino. Clean park with concrete pads at each site. Most sites are back-in, but roads are wide enough to maneuver easily. There are a few pull-through sites. Laundry was clean and reasonably priced. Wi-Fi worked well. We will stay again when in the area.

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Huge RV park with 4 separate camping areas. Each camping area has it's own comfort station with very clean bath area and laundry room. Each area also has it's own playground. At check-in, we were told we could pick any site in the park. You need to use the park map as you search for your site because the 4 camping areas separated by lots of trees & hills. They assign sites during the busy season. Not sure about all areas, but our back-in site in area 3 was a level concrete pad on a paved road. Plenty of space between sites, and good utilities. We were able to get a good Wi-Fi signal from our site (420) in area 3. No cable TV, but received plenty of channels from roof top antenna. This park has a lot of amenities available such as indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, basketball court, shuffle board, horse shoes, mini golf, and Frisbee golf. There is also a paved walking trail along the main road to the clubhouse. The park location allows easy access to Branson activities, but is also very quiet & peaceful. We will definitely return. Rate is Coast-to-Coast + $7.00 daily resort fee.

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Very friendly staff at check in. We were asked how we heard about the park. I was told if I was a military veteran I could receive a discount with proof of service. They seemed to really appreciate our business. The park is very clean and has gravel roads and concrete site pads. All sites are pull-throughs . Well spaced trees shade most sites. Good cable TV,and Wi-Fi worked well. We will definitely stay again when in this area. Rate includes a military veteran discount.

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Very friendly staff. This is a membership park with friendly members. Our stay was early in the season before a lot of members arrived. Member sites appear to be mostly on the north side of the ponds. The balance of the sites are on the south side of the pond, further from the laundry & bath house, but closer to the clubhouse. Roads are gravel. Our site was grass, with some gravel, that sloped to the front enough to eliminate staying hooked up overnight. There are many long term residents who work in the area. Their sites appeared to be clean and most are located together in the back area of the park. TV reception is good with the roof antenna. Wi-Fi worked well. The laundry seemed small for the number of tenants. There were only 3 washers (one did not work) and 3 dryers. Rate is Coast to Coast + $4.00 per day resort fee. Would probably stay again if in the area.

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This is a nice clean and spacious campground. Most sites are pull-through and parallel to the road. We reserved our site in the A Loop on line. When we arrived, we were surprised to discover small trees so close to the site entrance and exit that it made it very difficult to pull our 34' fifth wheel on to the site without hitting the curb on the left side of the pad. Not all sites have trees this close. Restrooms were clean. Wi-Fi worked well. Good TV reception with roof antenna. Rate was $24.00 per night + $8.00 daily pass. We also paid a $10.00 reservation fee for reserving on line. We would stay here again when in the area.