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Downstream RV Park

Quapaw, Oklahoma

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The Downstream RV park is located right beside the Downstream Casino in Quapaw OK, just a little ways from Joplin Missouri. The RV park is basically a concrete parking lot, which is easily accessible by any size rig. The only hook-ups are electric at this time of year (water is available when the temperatures are warmer); there are no amenities such as showers or bathrooms. There is probably a dump station there, but we have never used it. The area where you park your RV is very illuminated and easy to navigate at night. Right after we arrived, the casino shuttle gentleman came around and told us the closing time of the gift shop in the casino, 7 pm, which is where you have to register to spend the night. You first must go into the parking lot (campground) , pick a lot, and then go into the front doors of the casino; go to the Q Club Desk on your right and get a Q Club card. After receiving your card, you proceed to the gift shop and tell them your lot number, and then you're all set. Each adult in your party can get a card, and each card is good for one free night of camping. Pets are welcome. We have stayed at the Downstream RV Park three different times and have always been very pleased with our camping experience there. We would highly recommend it to others. It is an easy get off-get on to Interstate 44. Give it a try; can't be beat for free camping!

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My husband and I stayed at Timberline Campground in Waukee IA in July 2016. The check-in process was quick and efficient, with a friendly staff person helping me. The park is very clean and the sites were large enough for our 34-foot fifth wheel, although they are a bit close together, but still maneuverable. We stayed on Lot 50, which is a pull-through site with a level gravel pad. We stayed here to be close to Raccoon River Sports Complex in Des Moines, which was only 15 minutes away. We would stay at Timberline again.

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The park is basic, with very few amenities. The park is very small, and the camping sites are close together. Although, we did navigate our site OK with a 34 foot fifth wheel. You have to walk a ways to find any grass for your pets. The office lady who checked us in and led us to our site was very friendly and helpful. Overall, we would probably not stay at this park again, although it was convenient to the Kansas City area attractions.

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Coon Creek Campground in Shelbyville Illinois is a Corps of Engineers park. The campground is very clean, with several large pull through lots, a few of which are full hookups. We very much enjoyed our stay with our camping club in this park. The only thing that we would have liked better is if the grass would have been cut. If you use the America the Beautiful Pass, the rates are $12 per night for a full hook up and $9 per night for electric only. The fishing on Lake Shelbyville was great. We would recommend this park to others.

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Geronimo RV Resort is a great, clean, friendly campground. There is no pool, but it's only a five-minute walk to the beautiful Destin Beach. We stayed 7 nights, at the Passport America rate. Saved us $135 off the week. Not all campgrounds accept Passport America during Jan., Feb., and Mar. But Geronimo does. The Office Manager was great to work with, highly efficient, and great on the phone. It is a very pet-friendly campground with access to a very large lot next door at the church. The laundry was spotless, efficient, and less expensive than some other campgrounds. Would definitely camp here again and highly recommend it.

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We camped here four nights going to and coming from the FL Keys. It is a very nice campground, with friendly staff who lead you to your site. We had a great pull-thru site both times. It is pet friendly, and we got the Good Sam rate which was 10% off the regular price. Would definitely stay here again.

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Jolly Roger Travel Park is an excellent place to stay in the middle of the FL Keys. We camped here for 10 days in the new section of the park, Lot 70. The staff is excellent; they greet you the minute you arrive and direct you to your site. The campers are friendly and it is a pet-friendly park, as long as you obey the pet policy, which is completely reasonable. There is a dog park where we met great people and their dogs. It's just 5 miles from a Dog Beach, Coco Palm Beach. Took our dog there almost every day. My only suggestion would be to have two washers in the laundry repaired so that they fill to capacity. They do accept Passport America in Jan., Feb., and Mar. which many Fl campgrounds do not. Would definitely camp here again.

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We stayed three nights in this campground. One night on a lakefront site and two nights on a regular, full-hookup site. It was a wonderful campground, It was clean, well-run, with friendly staff, and friendly campers. Lake Huron was just beautiful. The campground was well laid out, with plenty of room to position campers and vehicles. Would definitely go back again. Loved it.

     

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Holland State Park

Holland, Michigan

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We stayed at the Beach Campground. The sites were nicely paved, but were very tight to position our 34' fifth wheel, and it was not a good place for pets. The campground is on a nice beach area, but it is very crowded there on the weekends. You must register at the Lake Macatawa Campground office before heading to the Beach Campground. You also have to pay an additional $8 fee for one night for a Recreation Passport. Very disappointed with our experience here.