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This KOA is just okay if your staying in the Sheridan area. We like it better than the other options in Sheridan. Lots of interstate noise, and not a very attractive KOA. Internet availability should not be advertised as the connection is so bad it isn't really usable. Many sewer connections are too high (in my experience, the stuff doesn't run uphill!).

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We love this park and stay here anytime we are in the Madison, SD area. If you can do without water and sewer (and internet and TV) for a few days, this park is a true gem. Great waterfront sites that are easy to get into.

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We stayed here twice, once on the way out, and then on our return trip. This is a new campground (resort), and the developers have done an excellent job. Convenient to many Black Hills attractions, wide paved interior roads, all sites are paved and spacious, internet and cable TV work well, and it is quiet despite close proximity to I-90. Resort has lots of amenities including tennis court, basketball court, and horseshoes. Only negative I can see is lack of fire rings or pits at individual campsites.

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This park is just passable for an overnight stay. It is tight to get into and out of, and spaces are quite close together. Pictures on their web site must be of the one somewhat attractive site. There are a lot of permanents in the park. However, we would stay here again for an overnight. The park is conveniently located, and Wi-Fi and cable worked well.

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Park is easy to get into and out of. Spaces are small and close together. This is the second time we have used the part for an overnight stay, and we will stay here again. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Price was for full hookups.

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Amazingly, there are not many campground options in Indianapolis. This campground is clean, easy to get to and easy to get in and out of, and can accommodate big rigs. We were in site 59 which was level. Everything worked well except for the WiFi which was very slow. Office staff was very friendly. We would stay here again.

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Nicest KOA we have ever stayed in. All sites are concrete pads. Access can be a little tight for a large rig, but it is doable. Everything was especially clean and well maintained, and owners (from the Netherlands), are very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi and cable worked well. We would certainly stay here again.

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This is a new state park on a small lake that was designed for today's larger RV's. We stayed in the Tumbleweeds area which is all large pull throughs. Several sites are on the water, and all have a view of the lake. Our site was fairly level. I've never stayed at a campground where the sites were so spread out; most sites are at least 40-50 yards from nearest neighbor. The visitor center is still being build, and their is no bath house. We came in from the Laramie side and went out towards Cheyenne, and the road is excellent. This park is a gem, and we would stay here again. Only negative was low water pressure.

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This park is a gem if you are looking for something close to Yellowstone (the address is Cody, WY, but the park is actually 3 miles from the east entrance), but there are no hookups. The park can accommodate large rigs, and there are some pull through sites, and a couple of sites right on the river. Our site was fairly level. The scenery is awesome. We would stay here again.

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Very pricey campground for what you get; rate reflects Good Sam discount. They do have large sites and can accommodate big rigs, and it was easy to get into and out of. Sites were fairly level. Wi-Fi did not work very well. We would stay at the Virginian in Jackson next time, which has mixed reviews on this site. However, we drove through and thought it was every bit as good as this campground.

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This KOA is easy to get into and can accommodate large rigs. Sites are gravel and fairly level, but there's not much grass. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. We made reservations late and had to change sites in order to stay 2 nights. They tried hard to find a way to keep me from having to move. Most of the back-in sites have good shade trees; pull throughs are in the sun. Wi-Fi works fairly well. We would stay here again.

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This is a nice clean park that is good for an overnight stay. Nothing fancy, but clean, easy to get into and out of even with a big rig, and sites were fairly level. WiFi worked well, and the pool looked clean, but we didn't use it. You can walk to Wall Drug. We would stay here again. Cost reflect the Good Sam discount which I forgot to ask for when I checked in, but which they gladly refunded to me when I asked about it.

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This is one of the two campground options in Sheridan, and we have stayed in both. The KOA has larger sites with more room between sites. The staff is friendly enough, and the park is easy to get into and out of with decent interior roads, and the sites are fairly level. There is a small pool that was covered at night and was kept very clean, however, the pool does not open until noon. We could pick up about 5 TV stations with our antenna, but the internet service is terrible. Also, you periodically get to smell the Sheridan sewage treatment plant. Given the choices in Sheridan, we would stay here again.

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This is a gem of a park, and the second time we have stayed here. Some of the back-in sites that are on the water will accommodate large rigs, and the web site provides detailed information, including length, for each site. There is a large parking area the park entrance where you can unhook a toad. The cost includes a nonresident state park fee. We will stay here again.

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This campground was a disappointment in many ways. Sites advertised as on the water are really, at best, only water view through dense foliage, and there are very few of these. This is an older state park that was not designed for big rigs. It was hard to negotiate the campground roads with a 37' motorhome plus toad. The sites are very small and close together. In addition to the $30 camping fee, Michigan fleeces tourists by charging a park access fee, $30 for the year or a daily rate which was $8, so camping here was really $38. I also found the website for the Michigan State Parks to be very user unfriendly and lacking in essential information.