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Although we're not fans of KOAs, coming in late in the season meant that some parks were closed and others had shut off their water, so this was really our only choice. Boy, did we regret it! The front office help was unfriendly, almost surly. This is promoted as a luxury park with many activities and amenities, but they really need to pay more attention to their RV sites. The roads and pads in the park are paved with decomposed granite, which when it rains becomes mud. What a mess! Plus there is virtually NO cell signal and their wifi was sketchy at best, not working most of the time. We were so miserable there that we left after one night, even though we had paid for two. I think that tells the whole story.

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What an interstate gem! Very well-maintained, pretty park just off I-80 with beautiful countryside views. Even a little pond with free paddle boats. Great satellite reception, full hook-ups with 50amp power, green grass, a picturesque wooden swing just steps from our site, which is level, long and wide. Co-owner Patty Christopher is very friendly, helpful and clearly a hard worker. Definitely would stay here again if we're ever in the vicinity.

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BEST RV PARK IN BRANSON!! If you're looking for peace and quiet, beautiful surroundings and top-notch customer service, this is the place for you. As others have stated, it's no-frills but the owner keeps everything maintained so well that the lack of frills doesn't matter. It's a great combination of a lakefront motel and RV park, so that if you have a large party with different accommodation needs, it's perfect. You spend your time in quiet, natural surroundings while being only 5 minutes from Branson Landing and all the fun stuff Branson has to offer. If you want to get out on the water, rent a pontoon boat from Scotty's Trout Dock and chances are he'll deliver it to you and put in your FREE slip at the resort. Can't say enough good things about this place. We discovered it a couple of years ago and it's one of our top 5 favorite destinations.

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Very nice waterfront park on the Mississippi. Large, grassy, level sites with picnic tables (at sites with concrete pads only) and trees. Extremely helpful, friendly staff who are all about customer service - what a treat! I was especially impressed with the park store - well stocked with many items you tend to have forgotten or need in a pinch. Park is very well-located to go across the bridge to Natchez, which is a wonderful old town full of Antebellum mansions and tours. Only negative thing I'd say is that the gravel roads throughout the park have a LOT of potholes. Otherwise the whole place is extremely well-maintained.

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GREAT little park with extremely level concrete pads available - FINALLY someone knows how to pour a level site! The office staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Very pretty surroundings with tall pine trees (hence the previous name) and lots of grass. They even have two fenced-in dog run areas, one each for small and large dogs. There was a lovely metal patio table and chairs at the site, clean and in good shape, and the whole park appeared to be pretty meticulously maintained. We met some nice people camping there and would definitely stay again if in the area.

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This is a fairly new, very well-maintained park. The only reason I'm not giving it a ten is that they need to plant more trees, and could use a picnic table at each site. We were here on a VERY hot day, and some shade would have helped in our dark-colored motorhome. But the owners are super-friendly and helpful, the park is very clean, and it's well-located near Jake's Rib Restaurant, one of our favorites.

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Very friendly and helpful staff. RxR tracks very close but didn't hear them during the night. Clean, well-kept park that we would visit again.

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Great little park for an overnight stay or more if you're visiting Albuquerque. Really helpful and friendly staff, clean sites, well-maintained park. Would definitely stay here again.

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This park is only suitable for smaller units unless you want to pay hundreds of dollars for the "super sites." Although we realize that this is a "destination" park, management really needs to do a better job of determining if it can handle longer, wider RVs. We have a 40' 5th wheel with 4 slide-outs, which left virtually no room in the site to sit outside and enjoy the wonderful CA weather. Add that to the fact that our site was 100% dirt, no concrete, and we paid nearly $100 per night, and we were pretty disappointed. With no kids and just being in CA to visit family, we wouldn't stay at Newport Dunes again.

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Really dreadful RV park but it does have a great restaurant. It is very poorly maintained with weeds everywhere and broken concrete at the sites. There are lots of long-term sites which were obvious by the amount of stuff on them and the lack of maintenance. We really enjoyed dinner at the steakhouse, but if stopping in Flagstaff in the future, will stay at a different park & drive to the the restaurant.