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Good Sam price. All concrete roads and sites, all pull through. They need a bit of maintenance on utilities but our 50 amp FHU worked fine and I took cable from the next site that was unoccupied. Casino small but nice and staff were very friendly. Check in is at the casino fan desk. We were there on a Sunday and restaurant staff was scant and the food just acceptable. But it is a good stop for overnights or casino entertainment. Price is right.

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Small park, everything worked, price is 50 amp FHU. Level gravel sites. Easy in and out. A good overnight stop but expensive for what they offer.

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This was the most hard to find park in our nine years of traveling but once there it was OK. It is all grass and check in is at the store. Utilities all worked fine. Other travelers found it, also. Don't get off at the first Texola sign if heading east. The second exit works well. The entry roads are deeply rutted and do twist the coach especially on departure. But the price is right for what it is. We called twice for directions. There is a heard of cows nearby. One of the three permanent residents had a pit bull running loose on our arrival but did put him up.

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Great overnight with a casino and its restaurants. Easy in and out, level gravel pull throughs and back ins. FHU 30 amp services were excellent. RV and casino staff were very friendly. An excellent overnight for an excellent price.

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Rate is monthly divided by 31. Asphalt roads and level gravel sites. 50 amp FHU utilities work well. We have stayed here three times now. The office and the outside staff were friendly and helpful. Across the street is a Fry's and multiple stores and restaurants. Check your map before arrival. Access is only available going south on Gilbert Road but exiting to the 202 is just a right turn out of the park. This is primarily a mobile home park with RV sites, but the residents were very friendly and the homes are well kept. Managers are long term and live on site. Dogs were welcomed.

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A giant park with its own park map. Concrete and gravel sites. FHU 50 amp worked perfectly. Outside staff very friendly but it seemed one clerk was having a bad week. We stayed five days til our reserved park had an opening. We were across from the pickle ball court and the pings all day were interesting. The gym was very functional, and the fenced dog areas were very close. They also have no pet areas in the park. Lots of activities.

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This is an excellent park. Sites are compacted gravel and roads are concrete. FHU 50 amp worked great. There is a small gym and pool and it was very clean. Staff very solicitous. We have stayed here before and will again. Easy movement to and from the freeway. The traffic noise was not noticeable.

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Easy egress, gravel mostly level sites. The utilities are accessible and worked. Friendly staff with a restaurant serving great breakfasts. Three blocks to the OK Corral. Gunfights hourly. American Legion two blocks away. Stayed two nights.

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We have stopped here before for an overnight and will do so again. Easy egress. Check in is at motel office. Gravel sites. All utilities were fine. Price is 50 amp FHU, Passport.America discount.

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Price is for 30 amps. Level gravel sites, easy egress. Everything worked fine. This is an RV dealership if you need anything.

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Easy entrance, level paved, gravel roads and site. Utilities great. Walking bridge to downtown. Quiet park and friendly staff. Very clean. We will stop again.

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Level sites with easy entry and excellent utilities. The RV park sits above the main park that has a huge pool, several fishing lakes, a BMX track and hiking trails. Reservations were easy. The park staff were wonderful; helpful, courteous, kind etc. There was a BBQ Music Festival over the weekend that was great. There were 40' coaches that fit easily, but some sites for smaller units have trees nearby. Our dog had a great time. There are woods and fields near the campground. There are also cabins and shelters to rent. We will return.

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Twenty miles to Paducah, but much closer to the dam. Staff were great, friendly, and informative regarding the area. It is an old, old park. I could not have used most of the 40 or so sites "down the hill. Our coach is 32'. The staff makes the place. Utilities were perfect. Our site was level, well graveled and the entry road was narrow, but short. The KOA sign on 62 was easily seen from either direction. Pool sparkled and checkin was smooth. We were even reminded to check our lights when we hooked-up in front of the office. We had a pull-thru, but had to unhook to fit. We were there for the KOA BOGO weekend. Not stop again.

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Great overnight stop. Easy wide entry, friendly staff, easy to follow campground map. Power, etc. well situated on long wide site. I-24 road noise not noticable with a/c, or our fan operating. No park noise. Antenna TV easy accessed. Multiple marked dog walks. We stopped here previously, and have always been pleased.

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The inside and outside staff were terrific, even after a huge rainstorm was flooding the entranceway bridge. We were met and directed over. The entry road to the bridge is very narrow and tree lined. Sites were dry enough. The sites are designed so that utilities are situated at the rear of the pull-throughs, next to the toad, and the waste waters must run uphill. It was quiet and comfortable. We might stay again but I'll ask for a downhill drained site. The workampers made the difference.