GrandmaLee

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This was the Best park we have ever stayed in. Clean, quiet, and beautiful. Nature abounds here. Breath taking views of the lake. Shady sites. Cell phone worked very well. Perfect for a destination campground

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This park was a former KOA, and it is very run down. Owners are very friendly. Dog park is nice and fenced in. Many permanent residents living there. Noisy apartment complex across the street with people yelling and dogs barking. No fire rings. A few showers were broken. Disappointed because this was a destination campground.

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This campground used to be a KOA. A bit run down but a decent campground. Many permanent residents live in the campground. Owners were not that friendly or welcoming. WiFi available for 8 hours daily. Sites are not very level. Store opens late and closes early. Right on I55, so there is a lot of highway buzz. Good only if you are passing through for a night.

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This is a small RV parking lot right in town. No bathhouse or restrooms. Owner is not on site. Call for owner to meet you at the lot. It was good for a quick overnight stay.

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Beautiful campground nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. The sites are a little tight, but nice. Our site backed up to a beautiful trout stream. Owner was very friendly, welcoming, and helpful. Plenty of trees all around the campground. Would recommend, and would stay again.

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Nice little RV park/campground located right off Interstate 75. Spacious sites for travel trailers. All sites are pull-thrus. Although firewood is for sale at the store, not every site has a fire ring. My other concern was that I was not informed that the dump station was out of service. I had to go across the road to another campground to dump.

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Fun family campground. Quiet and beautiful. Owners are friendly and accommodating. Nice lake to fish in. Many campers are seasonal, so there is a wonderful sense of community here. Had fun playing bingo...and won a little cash, too. Would stay again.

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Love this campground. Beautiful setting and very peaceful. Owners are friendly and helpful. The only drawback was that they do not have a dump station on site. But that's no real big problem because Forestville State Park is literally next door...and you can dump there for $5.00. Visit this campground..you will love it.

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This campsite is simply wonderful. All of the sites have full hookups. And all of the sites back up to a trout stream full of trout !! This is a very quiet campsite that is perfect for a quiet getaway or fishing trip. The ground is very level and dry. The Yellow River State Forest is right down the road about 4 miles. The owners are very welcoming and helpful and they make you feel like you are right at home.

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This is a very nice cozy and quaint campground. The campground is in the heart of Amish country, and you hear the clip clop of the horse and buggies going down the road. There is a horse and cow pasture the campsite backs up to. Restrooms and bathhouse were very clean. If you love the country, and are fascinated by the Amish culture this is the campground for you. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention...free firewood.

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Wonderful campground. Pleasant owners make you feel at home. Very clean. Roomy sites. The fishing is awesome. Would definitely come back again.

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Nice family friendly campground. Quiet country setting near Starved Rock State Park. Owners are friendly and helpful. Neat and clean. Would visit again.