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This is a fine place to stay if you are visiting the Detroit area. It is in a suburban area right off I-94. The Walmart is right behind the fairgrounds, very convenient! The sites are absolutely level, grass, large, open and sunny. The wifi worked fine the day we checked in, but then went down for the duration of our stay. Hookups were good. The office closes now and then while the staff takes breaks, goes to lunch, etc. Laundry uses cards instead of quarters - a plus!

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This is a beautiful park! Now that they have WiFi (in a few selected spots), they are just about perfect. We stay here every year. Beautiful pool, brand-new laundry, and if you can get one of the half-dozen sites right around the office, you can get WiFi in your rig. Be aware of the 5 MPH speed limit - it is STRICTLY ENFORCED. Very close to I-70 but we did not notice any traffic noise.

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The office staff couldn't have been any nicer. We changed our reservation once and our site twice, and they just kept smiling! Many trees, if you need satellite TV, ask for sites 12-16. Wifi did not work in site 16. May be better closer to the office. Very convenient to Sandusky and Cedar Point theme park. Mekong Vietnamese restaurant is excellent if you're interested.

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Many trees. Office staff are very helpful. Park is gated and completely secure. May be better closer to the office. Rural setting, nothing nearby commercially. No credit cards accepted. No discounts.

     

Evergreen Park

Dundee, Ohio

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Very expensive for what you get. Our site, number 31, is so un-level as to be unusable. We would not stay here again.

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They say they are a Passport America park but they were not giving the PPA discount when we were there because they expected to be nearly full. So you have to take your chances. They say they have wifi but we could not get on the entire time we were here. (We left after 2 days because of no Passport America discount and no usable wifi.) The lady in the office (Debbie) was wonderful! Very capable and nice. Site 5 was not level, but nice and open for satellite TV. Sites are gravel. Park is quiet. All utilities worked very well. It just seemed expensive for what we got.

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In our opinion, this park is perfect. It is just far enough off the interstate that there is no traffic noise. They have 50-amp, W/E/S pull-thru sites with excellent wifi and satellite TV reception. They lead you to your site and pick up your trash in the morning. And they accept Passport America memberships! Who could ask for anything more?

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Staff is very accommodating and pleasant. No camping discounts except Good Sam. Wifi is excellent. Beware 2 low overpasses if you come in from the west on Tryon St. The second one is 13' 0". Also beware the drop-off at the eastern entrance, our hitch scraped the road. It was fine for an overnight but we would not camp here for longer.

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Very few sites are anywhere near level. Some sites do not have water or sewer. We couldn't find anywhere to put our trash. There is no wifi, altho' the office said there was. Satellite TV is a challenge because of all the very tall pines. Highway noise was a steady hum, not too bad as it didn't change. We would not stay here again.

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This is a bargain if you plan to stay more than 4 days, as the weekly rate is the same as the rate for 4 days. We had a level, big enough, 50-amp/W/S site for our 38' motorhome for this price. Fellow campers were quiet, and most of them left on Friday afternoon and came back on Monday morning, so the weekend was very quiet. Wifi was good except in the evenings, typical. Property is very close to all conveniences: big box stores, shopping malls, restaurants, etc. We enjoyed our stay and would not hesitate to come back.

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The map on this site is wrong. The map actually shows the north end of 4J+1+1 campground. Ouray RV Park is 0.4 miles north.

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This was one of the nicest parks we stayed in on our trip from Florida to California and back. Very nice people, long, level sites (80' long, at least), good laundry, Passport rates, close to town, excellent free wifi, and cute little goats next door for your entertainment! We will definitely stay here again!

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This is a bare bones, unattended, side-of-the-road RV park. You pay cash in an envelope and slide it into the slot in the door. 50 amp/W/S all worked fine. Laundry is 2W/2D and not very clean but all worked. $1 each. There are no trees and no amenities except picnic tables. Have dinner (burgers and beer) at the Last Call Bar & Grill in town at 120 N Tyler St. Great food at rock-bottom prices. We would stay here again for dinner there.

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Very nice people. Just a parking lot but perfect for an overnight stay. All utilities worked fine. No Wi-Fi.

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This campground is probably wonderful for families. There are lots of activities, a lake and a pool, hayrides, etc. But not so much for old fogies like us, in a big rig. The roads to the campground are 10 miles of narrow, winding country lanes. The driveway into the campground is not quite one lane wide, with obstacles or drop-offs on both sides. There are few places for a small car to pull off to let an RV pass. The site we had (Lake-8) was so steeply sloped that we could not level the coach. It did not have 50-amp service or a sewer at the site. We had no trouble with the Wi-Fi. We found the camping cost to be very expensive – the second most we’ve ever paid anywhere in 15 years of RVing! We would not stay here again. It was my mistake to choose this campground.