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Rate is a weekly Good Sam price. The rating would be a 10 but they did not have a pool. Wonderful, pleasant, helpful workers, nice and spacious sites, beautiful flowers throughout the park, gravel sites with paved roads, easy access to and within the park, all make this a great park to stay overnight or longer. Missoula has a lot to do with a wonderful farmers market. The campground has musical entertainment and ice cream on Wednesday nights. There is some train noise but not overpowering. We would stay here again.

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A picture perfect, well kept campground. Access is good even for a big rig. Sites are terraced but level; roads and sites gravel. Hookups well taken care of and easy to use. Plenty of grass around campground. Walking trails everywhere. Owners very helpful and out working around but not intrusive. Golf range but bring your own balls. The reason this is a 9 not a 10 because there is no cable or local TV....satellite reception only. WiFi is a bit slow as well. We would stay here again ... Good for overnight as well as a longer stay.

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Agree that this is a great campground. Access is easy. Sites are good for slides and awnings. Each site has a grassy area with a picnic table. A few sites tight on the river but most are in a row at right angle to the water. But there is access and benches to sit on. You can fish right at the campground as well. The owners live on the property and are welcoming and helpful. The gravel path that runs to town is right across the street and the owners keep the grass cut so it is easy to get on it. Livingston is a cute western town and there is much to do in the area. No pool is the reason for the 9 and not a 10. No credit cards are accepted. This is a place to stay for more than one night if you can. Sit by the river and enjoy the views.

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Access in and out is easy. For a big rig parking in front is great. Sites are pull through with room for slides and awnings. Trees near sites but trimmed and not an issue. Picnic table at each site. Hookups work well. Store is more of a gift shop and prices were reasonable. Wifi and cable worked. Buffalo is a quaint little town to visit. Restaurants and ice cream shop with miniature golf right across from campground. Fast food also within walking distance. We would stay here again.

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Easy in and out access to sites that are wide enough for slides and awnings. Each site has a table and grass area. We were there after some rains and the ground was soft. The sites are gravel but not nearly enough. Our jacks sunk about six inches. We moved the coach a bit after things dried out and it was fine. Hookups are good. Wifi is spotty with a lot of use. Cable was a bit snowy. Workers were pleasant and available. The park honors Passport for duration of stay so this is a bargain for the area. Road traffic was not a problem towards the back of the park.

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Rating reflects no cable and no wifi at sites. But for money it is a great place to camp. Huge sites, grassy and well kept. Fire pits and tables. Mostly seasonal campers with permanent sites but there is still room for the drop ins. Road down to water , office,and pool a bit narrow. Watch speed bumps. Owners are pleasant and welcoming; they live on site and are available. Bar and restaurant on premises and food was good. Lots of weekend special events for people. Would return here.

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Rate reflects taxes et al. Very peaceful, nicely laid out campground for adults. Wisconsin Dells Is a wonderland of water parks and fun activities for kids. Great to return from a day of playing tourist and have the quiet. Employees are very friendly and helpful. Easy in and out of level sites. Hookup was easy. Everything worked including the Wi-Fi. Rating reflects the lack of amenities like a pool, well stocked store, etc. but the price is much better than nearby parks. Would definitely return here.

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Nice, relatively level sites in trees which are not in the way of getting in and out. Camp workers police sites as people check out. Workers in store are friendly and helpful. Wifi worked very well the whole week we were there. Easy access to all tourist attractions. Enjoyed stay and would stay here again.

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This is not a park for Rigs over 30 feet although they say they are. Sites are not level and the choices we had were difficult to get in or out. Roads narrow with trees but doable. The park has a lot of seasonal campers who were not here on a Thursday evening. Park was pretty empty so did not see the partying that others referenced. Very pretty park and the grounds were well kept. Wifi forget. Some channels of tv on antenna. Stayed one night and would not return in a motorhomes. Rating reflects unsuitability for motorhomes.

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Park is a bit difficult to get in to but we were OK with a 43 foot RV with a towed vehicle. Sites vary as to the trees and leveling needs, and many will not fit a bigger rig. Road is narrow but again manageable to back in. These are the reasons for the rating. Camp personnel helpful and friendly and know the facilities well. Small pool a nice feature. Didn't use laundry or restrooms but park is well taken care of and clean. Wi-Fi...used our own. Convenient to get around town and farmers market just a few minutes away. Would return if we were in area.

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This is a picturesque park. Sites have ample room for slideouts but will vary greatly in terms of level ground and trees. Store is well supplied and personnel friendly and helpful. If this park had sewer hookups, I would rate it higher. Not sure if laundry facilities are there. Nice pool. Plenty of room for kids to play. Lots to do in area. Horse shows, etc. Distillery tours. Rate reflects senior discount. Would return here.

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Generally speaking, KOA parks tend to be a bit pricey and this is no exception. Sites vary greatly here. We were looking out at the lake on a level site. Very pretty and spacious. Some sites in another area were not as attractive. Did not offer breakfast or pizza like many KOA parks. Personnel friendly and helpful. Shuttle to Charleston Thursday-Sunday, which would be nice; we were not there on those days. Plenty of shopping and restaurants nearby if you did not want to go into Charleston. Easy to get in and out of park and sites where we were. Would return for the lake view site and nice walking trail.

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A good over night stop. Easy in and out. Hookup worked well. Leveling not an issue. Wi-Fi and cable worked fine. Most of park appears to be long term and the front near the road is for the temporary visits. Not all sites have 50 amp so be sure to specify. Would stay here again.

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Passport not accepted on weekends. Easy to miss sign on highway so be aware. Easy in to spots. Level led with jacks only. Cable very good...lots of channels. Wi-Fi worked well. Fishing available. Good for a night or two. Would stay here again.

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A nice KOA. Staff very friendly and helpful. Sites are terraced due to topography and need some work and blocks to get level. An aggravation to say the least. Wi-Fi is worthless. Other than that, the park is well kept and accessible for big rigs. Easy access to the strip and other Branson sights. We would stay here again.