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As I read many of the other reviews of this park, I feel a little foolish writing my review. I'm not sure that we were staying at the same park. First, the positives. The staff was very friendly and efficient and we were escorted to our spot upon arrival. The problem with the road has been addressed and there is now an easier entrance. Then, the negatives. The park is basically a gravel parking lot with concrete pads installed. There are a few trees that have been planted in the gravel that will be nice once they mature. The spaces are very narrow. Our neighbor had two trucks parked and although they were fully in their space, the truck bumper was about 3 feet from the bench of our picnic table. Too close for me. The 5th wheel across the parking lot had 2 trucks and a small car parked in their space. Pretty tight! The new entrance is not marked as such. Although we were on the right road, the place where we needed to enter looked like an exit. The upper loop where we were parked offered no view whatsoever, except of other rigs. We have been on the road for 4 months and this is the most we have paid for a spot, yet, this is the most unpleasant park that we have been in during this time. We will look for a different park next time we are through this area.

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What a gem! A beautiful view of the Strawberry Bay Reservoir from both sides of the rig. About 10 degrees cooler than in Provo and Salt Lake City which was pretty important as it was over 100^ in those cities during the week that we were here. We had full hookups, but, most of the campground has no services at all. Our view was great, but, our space was a bit short for our 41' coach. We were backed in tight enough, that, had we wanted to use our fire pit we would've burnt up the rear end of our rig. There is a campground manager on each loop in the park and ours came to greet us within an hour of our arrival with our parking pass and to answer any questions we might have. People were friendly. We walked the 3 miles of camping loops each day and everyone we encountered had a friendly wave and hello. Very relaxed environment. Many people had boats and they were parked every which way on the sites, but, none of them were blocking the roadway. Lots of fishing going on with grandpas taking the grandkids out on the lake for the day. The lake is large with many coves. Water was beautiful: smooth as glass all morning long the days that we were here.

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This is a very unique RV park. Family owned and operated by a young couple who work hard tending to everything required to run the park. Setup is unusual in that the majority of the sites are nestled up into a tree line through the center of the park. Our satellite didn't work because the trees to the south were very dense. No problem as we didn't come to this beautiful area to just watch TV. A beautiful view of the Tetons from several of the spots. A large field for dogs to run and play (or kids!) away from the road. You do step out of your rig almost onto the roadway BUT, it is a loop that is only frequented by the rigs parking and the occupants' tow vehicles. So, it worked because people were careful and considerate. There IS WiFi even though some reviewers said there isn't. We were given a password and sent to a picnic area where reception was good. This park has a great little play area for children with swings and a trampoline as they have 2 little girls. Although the space around the rigs is limited, there is a very large grassy area with lots of shade that our group enjoyed in the afternoons. There are several cute little cottages available that must be pretty nice as they were fully occupied during our stay. This is just south of Island Park and a great alternative to the high priced parks closer to Yellowstone. Many day trips would be possible from this locale.

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Great COE park below the dam on Lake Coralville. Full hookups and 50 amp electric in the area where we stayed, Tailwater West. Beautiful paths to walk on and explore. Don't miss the miles of nature walk off of Linder Point. Lots of people fishing, both campers and day use. Clearly a vibrant recreational area for the people near Coralville/Iowa City. An on site Marina with boat rentals, a nice beach area roped off above the dam, several boat ramps in the lake and on the river below the dam. Just a 5 minute drive into town with a full service mall, including a movie theater and an ice rink, and any restaurant or grocery store that you might need. We would recommend this site to any rv'er that we know. Easy to get to and would be convenient for even an overnight stay. Once in the park, it was slightly confusing how to get registered. You drive directly to your site, then, instructions state to check in to a certain location within an hour. We didn't know that going in. It would've been helpful. The Assistant Director of the park was a great guy and got us all straightened around.

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This is a great little park if you are going to be in the area. There are lots of seasonal rigs but the spaces were very well kept by the tenants. Some appeared to be college students and were quiet and well mannered. LOTS of activities available for those with children or grandchildren. Mini-golf, a little beach, climbing toys, a canoe, etc. The owners are new in the business but appear to have learned lots since earlier reviews as things appeared to be well run with everything under control. There was a "Birthday" party one evening that was well attended with cake and delicious homemade ice cream. A little chance to visit... We would recommend this park to any rv'er that we know. Spaces are primarily on gravel in full sun. Lots of grassy area throughout the park and a picnic shelter with a huge yard down by the lake. Beautiful.

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Forget any bad reviews for this park. It is just what many of us ask for as a place to stay overnight. If you often drive I-10 through West Texas you know that there aren't many places to stay and many of them are pricey for what you get. This park you get just what you pay for - and, for us, we are glad that we are able to break up our "drive across Texas" for a measly $13. $11 Passport America, $2 since we require 50 amp and if you need cable (there is no reception over the antenna!!) it is another $2. Wi-Fi is free and worked well for us.The park has about 100 spaces, about 30 of them occupied by monthly rigs (lots of pickups that look like worker trucks) and the handful of overnighters are spread throughout the center of the park. It is just a gravel field, full of goatheads (remember you're in West Texas) but it is easy to access from I-10 and it is quiet. Way quieter than your typical RV park. Not even a train! I have always felt safe in this park. The spaces are pull-throughs and our 41 foot motorhome fits fine with our car attached. EZin and EZout. We would stay here again.

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What a cute little park and a wonderful stay it was. Long, pull through sites with plenty of room to park. Brand new picnic tables on concrete slabs provided by the Lions Club. Nice little fishing pond that many people were enjoying. Although there were cars driving through the area, they were moving slowly and offered friendly waves. Quiet throughout the night. We will definitely stay here again.

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Park is conveniently located between Santa Fe, Bandolier and Los Alamos which are all great places to visit. The water and electricity all worked well. Spaces are wide and allow enough area to park your vehicle. There are no trees at all so your satellite TV will work. Check in staff was friendly and efficient. The Cons: Other reviews have said it all. This is primarily a gravel lot, covered with weeds and goatheads with no ambiance at all. Weeds were up to the steps of the RV, as well as up to the bench of the picnic table. The internet, although included, was weak and inconsistent. Generally, although it would connect, nothing would load. Nothing. Thankfully, there is a McDonalds across the highway when we had business on the internet that needed to be taken care of. NO TV reception over your antenna. No cable available. We would not stay here again. In fact, we would've left after the first night if we had not already paid for our full stay. Way overpriced for what services are provided.

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This park is good spot for a quick overnight. The majority of the park surface is gravel that is kept in good condition. There is a large, grassy area with a picnic table and some cute swings for patrons to enjoy. All this overlooks a playground that children could enjoy. Thought has been put into making this area very appealing. Our satellite TV worked well and there is also cable available for a slight charge. The only con was that the park was extremely tight as it sold out the night we were there. A rig pulled in the spot next to us overnight, parking about 6 inches away from us after they put out their slides. They were parked in such a way that we couldn't pull out of our pull through space until after they left in the morning. It all worked itself out, just causing a slight delay.

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We stayed here as part of a Habitat for Humanity RV Care-A-Vanner group. The park was clean and well kept and the staff was readily available. There were many long term units that appeared to have multiple employees coming and going. Sometimes, this made parking an issue as they had numerous trucks that were left helter skelter. All in all, this park was pleasant to stay at and we will stay here again. A bit pricey for the amenities provided.

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The Shelby Inn and RV Park is an easy on-off stop while crossing Iowa. However, it is just a field with RV hookups. No frills. A few picnic tables to share. Fine for an overnight stop but nothing more. You were given a key to turn on the water but it took a walk back to the office to exchange keys until we found one that fit. Pretty pricey. But, it works for the night.

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Beautiful Corps of Engineers park on J. Percy Priest Lake, just a few minutes outside of Nashville. We had a spot right on the lake, which was awesome! We split our time between enjoying the wild and crazy activities in Nashville and the peaceful, serene environment of a Corps of Engineers park. We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome and would DEFINITELY stay here again.

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The rate stated reflects the Good Sam discount. This park is very well kept and is neat and tidy in all respects. It is all concrete pads with grass strips between. The Wi-Fi worked very well in our pull-through spot just across from the office. The park was quiet and we felt safe. I was unable to hear freeway traffic overnight and the train was off in the far distance. The only negative about this park is that it is a bit pricey for the amenities provided.

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This park is right along the Mississippi River and is a quiet, sleepy park. There is a playground for children in the center of the park. Although there is no cable, we were able to get many channels on our antenna. In many of the spaces, there are too many trees to receive a satellite signal. On the other hand, the trees provide a nice, shady park. We have stayed here several times while visiting family in the area and will be happy to stay here again. The grounds of the park are kept neat and tidy, making this a pleasant place to stay. Our rate reflects the park policy of a free night if you pay for six nights.

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This park offers many amenities such as a pool, play area which would be important for a family vacation. But, for just a quick overnight, it was a bit pricey. We were parked in a "pull-through" which, in reality, was just a part of the road that had a hookup provided. Spaces were close. If my neighbor had his slide out, I would've been able to borrow the salt and pepper through our window. The young man who checked us in was efficient and friendly and walked us out to our space. The Wi-Fi was very weak, even from our space near the office. We would stay here again because apparently there is very little else in the area. Our RV is 40' long.