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The most pristine park we have ever stayed in. Sites level, roomy, with tree and picnic table at every site. It is a very quiet park limited to campers 50 years and older. No television reception, but camp has a large selection of dvd's that can be borrowed overnight and wifi was good. 6000 feet elevation guarantees cool days and nights even in August. Owners of this 13-site campground were wonderful to talk to and were working constantly on the grounds and flower bushes. I highly recommend this campground.

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Great park. Level sites. Good view of lake on sites numbered in lower 20s. Park host very helpful and friendly. Television reception via antenna good. Will definitely come back.

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Park has easy access and friendly staff. Sites are very roomy and all pull-thrus. Nice fenced exercise area for pets. Free shuttle service to excellent steak house (Big Texan). The only negatives were airplanes flying very low directly over campground (I actually enjoyed watching them fly over), cable service was fuzzy (but excellent reception over the air for all major networks), and Wi-Fi was not very fast. We definitely would stay there again.

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Great campground. $12 per night with Senior Pass. Sites 21 -24 have wonderful lake views. Stayed three nights. Chickasaw Cultural Center a must see. Many things to go see within a few miles. Plan to return sometime in the spring.

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Decent campground. Great sites for long term campers, but overnight campsites are very crowded and not level. Grounds are well kept. Has too nice fishing ponds, with catch and release policy. Management seemed very friendly and helpful.

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Prettiest and best managed park we have ever used. Great views and nearby attractions. Swimming pond nice but water is cold. Easy pull-through sites that are mostly level. Very quiet. Definitely would stay again. We stayed for one week and got the last night's fee free.