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This was a great little park. It was clean and well maintained. The sites were level, and the cable and wireless worked very well. They had 2 small dog runs, a clean pool and much entertainment for kids. Good pull throughs. There really is not much to improve on...but if I had to mention something, it will be that pull throughs are a tad narrow (but could fit any RV) and the price was a little higher than you would expect.

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This is really an awesome park at a good price (and is Good Sam). Has everything you would want in a park - paved sites and streets, great hookups, dog run, pool, tennis, etc. We would go back in a minute! Great place.

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This was a very nice wooded campground with very good cable TV and wireless. The sites are a bit snug, so if you have a large unit, let them know in advance and you will be fine. It also had a nice dog run. There was good gravel on the sites and they were level. Great place to stay and have a nice campfire. We stayed for a few nights to see Cumberland Falls and we would stay again.

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We camped in the mountain view section which is quieter and more roomy than the creekside sites, although hotter during the day as they do not get the cool air off of the creek and have much less shade. The campground is nice and there were lots of kids playing as there are many things for them to do. We did not use the bathrooms, so I cannot comment on them. The internal roads are dusty and gravel as it did not rain during the time we were. The road leading up to the campground is very narrow, so you need to drive slow. It is a good campground to use as a base to sightsee in the area. Wi-Fi worked well. We would come back to try the creekside sites.

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Basic campground with a mix of gravel and paved sites. Funny thing is that we found the folks behind the counter rather cold and unfriendly even when we tried to make conversation, which is odd since all other reviews say they were friendly. Other than that, our back-in site was adequate, although our electrical box cover was loose and the light on the top of the box fell off. Not a bad campground, but we would not visit again.

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This is a very nice RV park - but not a campground. It does not have patios, picnic tables, fire rings or anything else that you would expect. That said, it was a really nice park with a beautiful pond and fountains. Most sites (new ones) are paved and roomy. No cable and wireless is not free, but the price was fair and the campground was very quiet. It is geared to permanent residents. We would stay again.

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Typical KOA. Facilities are in good shape, although our unpaved spot (paved is an option, but costs more) had mud puddles on it. Free internet that worked very well, the cable TV was also free and had the basic selections. They also have a nice little dog run. We had a leaky water spigot, but they fixed it in 10 minutes. They charge for more than 2 folks (which is common) but also for each pet per day ($2) which I cannot understand since it does not cost them anything. We would probable stop again.

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Nice park, although the entrance is not impressive with a dirt road and many semi-permanent residents. But don't let that stop you as it gets better as you go to the sites in the back - the sites are very long - some of the longest I have seen. The only downside is the utilities are back to back, so someone can pull through next to you (common utility hook up) It has the basics: Full hookups, concrete patios, good internet. Price is right. Work Campers run the check and we very nice. They escorted us to our site. Good location to visit Winnebago factory tour and Clear Lake. We would stay again.

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Very nice facilities with beautiful grass, trees and and landscaping. Facilities are also very good. But it does not have a pool, has very basic cable and you need to pay for internet (ok, you get 2 hours per day free). It is a super location if you want to visit Yellowstone as it is only blocks from the west entrance so its great base for the park. I would stay there again - reservations are recommended as it seems it is always busy.

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As other reviews have mentioned, the main reason to come here is location. Otherwise it is an old KOA that has not been maintained, which is a shame as it has potential. The roads have potholes that fill up with water when it rains. This also makes the all-grass sites messy. The water smells and tastes metallic. We do not think that it is the campgrounds fault as you can see many places around town that are orange where sprinklers leaves puddles. There must be iron in the water. We would not stay here again.

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This was a very nice wooded campground with very good cable TV and wireless. The sites are a bit snug, so if you have a large unit, let them know in advance and you will be fine. It also had a nice dog run. There was good gravel on the sites and they were level. Great place to stay and have a nice campfire. We only stopped for an overnight, but plan on coming back again to look at the local attractions.

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Good location off the highway, spotless facilities, fair price, long sites, dog run, free cable, free wireless that worked pretty well. But many of the sites are very narrow, so it is not necessarily a destination park, but a great overnight one. There were some train horns in the area, but A/C fans drowned it out while we were sleeping. We would stay again.

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This is a great little campground which is right off I-90 in Sundance Wy. Very nice and simple with the amenities you would want or need. After running into trouble at the park at Devils Tower, I did some quick research and came here. MUCH better than the KOA! The owners were nice, helpful and the place was quiet. The sites were long enough for our MH with car. They do charge $2 for cable TV, and for more than 2 people, but the price was still much less than the KOA. Everything was very neat, stocked and clean. Great overnight stop or a base to visit the area.

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We made reservations for this campground several months in advance for a stay on Labor day weekend. When I arrived, I was nearly unable to get into the facility due to a car show in their parking lot. I got nasty looks from the car show guys as I pulled in. Once in, I went to the office and signed in and paid my balance. I was then told that there was also a biker gathering here that weekend and that they would be having a live band that would play loudly until at least 2:00am. So much for their "quiet hours". Since my choices were limited, I decided I would stick it out, run the A/C fans at night to drown out the sounds. But once we saw the clientele, we became worried. One allowed his dog to come to our door and bark at us. The person stopped by to get his dog and said, "I hope you got sleep last night since you won't get any tonight!" His T-shirt had the words "Trailer Trash" on it. It was then I knew a parking lot was better than this. The only good ending here is they did refund all of my money (even the non-refundable part) with no questions asked when I left (I did not spend the night), so I was not out any money. But I did need to drive back 25 miles to another campground and then go back in our toad the next day to go to Devils Tower. What bothered me the most here is that I was never told in advance that they would be a crowd / band like this and that the quiet rules were being thrown out the window. Also, it casts doubt in my mind in the family-friendly reputation that KOA projects and the premium price you pay for a KOA. If you make reservations, you may want to call and see if other events have been planned. As far as the campground, the roads were rutted in some placed from the rain. Also, if you look at the pictures on the KOA site, they are NOT all accurate as it does not look that good. We will not be coming back.

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This was a great campground. The folks were nice and escorted us to our site. It also had a dog run as well as nice facilities. It had many trees which made for a pretty campground and lots of shade. It was a good campground for visiting the Badlands which is about 5 miles down the road. We would use this campsite again!