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Summit Campground is at Gate 1 and this is a very nice campground with gravelled and grassy sites that are nearly level. There are only water and electric available but the dump station is very accessible and convenient. The park ranger comes by in the evening to collect the fee and is very cordial and helpful. The campground host is just as helpful and polite and gave us a few pointers about how the place is laid out. The campground gate is closed and locked at 8:00 PM and is unlocked at 6:00 AM and things were very quiet throughout the night. If we are ever in the area again we would definitely try to stay here.

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We came in without a reservation and were fortunate to get a site for one night on July 4 weekend! Our spot was a large back-in on the Ohio River and it was nice and level with all the hookups nearby. There was no WiFi or cable but we didn't mind that at all. We did need their maintenance man to check the power pedestal as the 30 Amp plug showed signs of burning/arcing. Everything checked out OK and we enjoyed our night listening to kids playing, folks talking and singing around campfires, and watching stars and the satellites in the sky.

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Very easy access from I-80E at Exit 351, Wells, NV. The owners were very nice and appear to try to keep the campground in good shape. Our hookups were accessible but the sewer connection was at the back of the site and water and electric were mid-site. The cable connection is easy to get to but signal quality suffers. Also, WATCH OUT FOR THE WATER PRESSURE at the hose bib. I blew off my short connection to the water filter and had to relocate my pressure regulator to the bib side instead of the camper side. Electric is very good and the site is close to being level which isn't too much of a problem for a 25 ft. Class C. It's a fairly decent campground and should be considered if you need an overnight stop.

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We came from Bryce NP which was a long trip in itself. We arrived after hours and the only sites available for our 25 foot Class C was a water and electric back-in which was OK. The site was fairly level, gravelled and grassy, and shady which helped to cool things down quickly. There was road noise to put up with due to a nearby brush gire that caused traffic to be restricted to single lane. Credit cards are not accepted so it's either cash or personal check.

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After a long drive from Yosemite NP we found this park for the night. Our site wad very large and level although without any hookups. There is a nearby restroom and shower facilities but we were pretty much self-sufficient. We were fairly close to US Rt. 50 which meant road noise throughout the night but it was tolerable. We did the self check-in so we can't comment on the staff. If we ever return to this area we would use this place but would try to make reservations ahead of time.

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Level, shaded site (5) and the utilities are easy to get to. Sites are gravel and level and have a picnic table but no individual fire ring. Cable TV leaves a lot to be desired as many of the channels are quite grainy. The WiFi works and does seem to handle decent email activities. The park is very well maintained with easy access to Rt. 12 for Bryce Canyon.

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I can concur with most of the reviews about the poor location of the hookups, so be sure to plan accordingly. The location and outdoor offerings are fantastic so perhaps that's the reason for the high price. There was no cable at our site - 108 - but I didn't really mind. The temperature was ideal at 72 degrees and we didn't use our air conditioner. The laundry only has two apartment style stacked washer and dryer units which needs to increase due to all of the outdoor activities. Bring loads of quarters as these appliances are expensive. This location was a treat because of the canyon and river scenery but I am not convinced it was worth the admission fee. Also, we were travelling in a 25 ft. rig.

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We were worn out from a days travel and stopped for the night. It is not too far off of US-169N. If headed North on US-169N it is on the left side of the four-lane and is part of Beacon RV Sales. You will need to look for the sign as it is in the mix of a bunch others. The campground check-in was very quick and straightforward and the lady even helped us park. We made our hookups (there is no cable TV here) and the WiFi was pretty much useless but the site was clean and level and the utilities were usable. I would stay again if I needed a place but who know when we might be through this area again.

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Came here on a recommendation for fishing with my adult son. It's a nice campground and the staff was very nice, polite, and helpful. Our site was a "back-in"near one of the fishing ponds and we had ample room for our 25 ft. Sprinter rig but my son had to park across our pad in order to stay off the road. Wi-Fi was non-existent at our site and Verizon cell phone reception was minimal at best. I only used electric, which served us well, so I can't comment on the other utilities. The nearby bath house (we were at Site 47) appeared clean but needed a staffer to keep soap dispensers refilled and to unstoppable a sink. There appeared to be construction/maintenance work going on so the owner's do want to keep the place in good order. It was really cold and windy during our stay but we will be back. Also, the rate includes a $3.50/ night resort fee.

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We stayed here on our way to Concord, NC to drop the RV off for service. We saw the good ratings and decided to give them a try and we were not disappointed. The owner's were so very nice and even helped me get hooked up at the site, which are wide, long, and pretty level. When I said the helped with the hookup I need to add that there are no lights at the sites which I thought strange...until I looked up and saw a spectacular display of stars! There is no doubt that we will return.

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The campground is better than some of the KOA's I have used in the past. The hostess was pleasant and got our paperwork taken care of pretty quick. The roads are graveled and a bit narrow but negotiable. The sites are close but well maintained. Our site was at the end of a row and you could tell the approach was too tight because they had been adding large stone where campers created ditches/ruts. The water and electric were fine; the cable didn't work but we were only here for one night so I set up the bat wing antenna; the sewer connection was pretty far away and at a higher elevation than the RV pad; and Tengo was actually pretty decent for a change - what a surprise.

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We only planned for an overnight stay and only used the electric and cable. The campground is very, very nice and the sites are paved, wide and have ample room to spread out. We don't have children now so those perks didn't interest us at all but there were a bunch of families with children here to "take up the slack". One thing that bugged me was all of the golf carts being driven by adults with the music cranked up - like we really wanted to lusten to their brand of music. We will see if the curfew is observed or not. The issue about the Wi-Fi appears to be ongoing as it is still sub-par or nonexistent. There should have been a discount given for the lack of adequate service, especially a park like this. There is a cajun restaurant next to the resort that serves pretty good food. They will even come pick you up in a golf cart if you don't want to walk in the sun/heat. We probably won't be back this way any time soon but would stay here if necessary. The rate indicated above is a rough estimate as I couldn't find the receipt.

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We stopped here based on the Trip Advisor reviews. Mike is good as gold and helped get us set up (as in actually helping with the hook-ups and levelling the rig). Our site (#59) was the last pull-through and was part grass and mostly sand. The ownership has already done a lot to develop the campground but a lot more awaits. Electric, cable and water were very good and even the Wi-Fi was better than most places we have visited so kudos to Five Flags for that! They do accept Good Sam but appear to be only set up to accept cash or personal check - no credit cards, but the $31.50 per night worked for us. We probably won't be this way for a long time so hopefully Mike and crew will have developed the place to its full potential. Also, be sure to visit their laundry facility... it's a real novelty.

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It was very convenient to our son's home so we wanted to give it a try. Our site was a semi-level pull-through and we did fit, barely (40 ft. 5th wheel). The sites are close together and ours was dirt/grass/gravel but that's part of the atmosphere. The staff was nice and appeared to be very helpful. The overall appearance is OK, there are some long term residents, and a number of sites will require quite a bit of levelling so you may want to ask ahead of time for a level site, if one is available. We also ended up with a 30 Amp service which took a bit of getting used to - but we did OK. We did use the propane furnace to lighten the electric load. We will probably use the campground again if we visit our son/family, and are travelling with the RV.

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We chose this site for its convenience for our day trip to Chattanooga. It's an OK place with a lot of trees for shade and the pull-through sites will take even a really long motorhome. Wi-fi was all right but nothing to brag on, like most parks but the owners were very nice and they seem to take good care of their place. All of the hookups worked well and our limited time on site did not allow a more detailed review. That and the horrible weather didn't help either. The price shown in the review was with a GS discount.