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After visiting every RV park between Weatherford and Azle, and staying in 4, we can say without hesitation this is the best -- amenities, rate and cleanliness all considered. Access roads very easy to navigate, extra-long level gravel pull-thru sites with picnic tables, nice clubhouse, a lot of grass and trees, 3 grassy dog parks, a swimming pool (already open for the summer, although not heated), friendly and helpful management, and no run-down semi-permanent travel trailers. Wifi is strong (rare in our travels), 2 dozen cable channels, very convenient to shopping and activities, surprisingly quiet for so close to the freeway.

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This park is a rare find: convenient to the freeway, clean and neat throughout, friendly and helpful management, level spacious pull-thru sites, free cable TV, 2 dog parks, a clubhouse, well-stocked office/store, and a very clean indoor heated pool and hot tub -- all for less than $30/night. Access roads are very wide and easy to navigate. The park caters to snowbirds, but welcomes overnighters like us. Three minor complaints: access roads and sites were a bit dusty despite gravel, there are few trees, and the free internet was weak on our end of the park.

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This jewel is very convenient to I-20. It is a small park but very well kept. We were impressed with how roomy each space was, and all appeared level or very nearly so. There were a number of spaces with trees (ours was one) which provided shade but were not so low as to create access issues. We were impressed at the number of cable channels (about 60), all high-definition. The wifi worked well, and the electric/water/sewer worked very well.

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A roomy pull-through, more than adequate for our 40' coach and toad. Large fenced dog park near our site. Lots of trees and shade but easy to maneuver the access roads without scraping tree limbs. Friendly, helpful staff. Adequate water pressure, electric, sewer. Nicely stocked camp store.

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This park is very convenient to the major artery in the area (SH 199), is only 6 months old and is still being developed. There are currently 24 spaces (most of them 35' long, a few a bit longer), and 12 more are being added -- 8 of them covered (1st come/1st served). It is the cleanest and most attractive park within at least 20 miles, with some long-term but mostly spaces for visitor to the nearby lakes. Each space is a back-in, well graveled and at least 16 feet wide, with a 12-15' wide green (unusual for the area) grassy area adjacent; inside the grass area is a 10' square cement pad suitable for a camp table or picnic table (not furnished at any of the sites). All of the sites are flat, but slightly off-level (which promotes drainage); our jacks were adequate to level our coach. The setting is very rural (a few cows and horses next door) but no "barnyard odors". Most sites have a tree of some maturity. All have 30/50 amp electric, water, and sewer. The access road is very wide and easy to maneuver for the largest coaches or 5th wheels. There are no amenities other than a laundry room and free WIFI (that varies considerably in strength). The daily rate is a bit high for the area, but was worth it to us because of the space for each site and the ambiance.

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A truly 5-star park, deserving of the term "luxury resort". Each site is spacious, fully paved (in stone or brick), with gorgeous landscaping including trees and shrubs separating sites. All are back-ins, but with more than enough room to maneuver. Sufficient space for comfortably parking 2 cars on-site with coach. Only motor coaches are accepted. Strong French-Canadian presence (the staff are bilingual). Beautiful canals, ponds, and fountains throughout. Two gorgeous heated pools. Only complaint was that the 2 hot tubs were overly chlorinated.

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This park is a jewel, convenient to I-10 on well-paved roads, but with several miles of woods between the park and the freeway, making it the quietest park we have been in for a long time. It is a work in progress toward its ultimate plan -- a genuine gated resort adult RV park. Its ample concrete pads and patios are just over a month old, its pool is pristine, the clubhouse is huge and inviting. The grassy meadow surrounding the sites is kept neatly mowed. Most of all, it is a genuine getaway to nature but with the amenities that adult RVers hope to find but rarely do. Coming soon: a tennis and pickleball courts. We stayed overnight en route from Orlando to Mobile, but would love to stay a week or more!

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A "best kept secret" of East Tennessee RV Parks. Not large (10 pull-thru and 10 back-in sites), but the sites were level, gravel, and well kept and all had 30/50 amp, water and sewer hookups. A few sites appear to have long-term occupancy but very neat. The setting is gorgeous -- wooded, but sufficient open space for roof-based satellite use. Staff was very friendly. The park has been for sale by the owners for 2 years, but continues to operate as normal. No frills (no pool or laundry, for example), but easy access to the freeway and quiet.

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Contrary to the listing, it can accommodate up to 45' big rigs on some sites; the smallest site will fit a 30' rig. The RV sites have been updated recently and are all gravel. Most are level. It's a beautiful rustic setting by a river, NOT a resort. It draws a few fulltimers but park policy is to limit the number of these so that there are spaces for recreational campers readily available. Very helpful staff. Feels very secluded, but only 5 miles from major shopping areas.

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This is a quiet park except for some freeway noise. Nearly all sites are pull through, wide and extra long. Cable service had over 60 channels with an integral program guide, and Wi-Fi was excellent. We had a choice of a shady or open site. The pool was very well maintained, as well as the whole park. We would stay again. The price reflects the KOA member discount.

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All sites at this quiet park are wide pull throughs, of varying lengths. The free cable had a wide range of channels, and free Wi-Fi was excellent despite our being on the far end of the park. Owners were very helpful, including opening the pool for us after hours. The only negative was that the pool apparently had not been skimmed recently (or the pump was not filtering well), and we had to skim it ourselves. We stayed overnight only, and received a senior discount, something rarely experienced at an RV park.

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This is a mobile home park which has made dozens of sites available for RVs, whether long-term or overnight. The negatives of the park were, no grass, absence of cable TV (except for long-term stays, at own expense) and spotty Wi-Fi. On the positive side, the park was quiet, live-on-site manager was extremely helpful, and the large clean pool has two "adults only" swimming hours each day. Contrary to the 2011 review, our site rate included 50 amp service, non-metered. For the Passport America price (reflected above) it was worth it.

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This park was nearly perfect. Quiet, large pull-through sites, shady, excellent free Wi-Fi and cable, clean pool and huge hot tub. The owners/managers gave us the KOA discount plus a 10% military discount. We would definitely stay here again.

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It is the only REV park in the Rexburg area that offers wide big rig spaces, 50 amp service, and shade with excellent satellite access. We have stayed here several times and the owners and managers are very helpful. The only downsides are the traffic noise from nearby US 20 (common to all Rexburg REV parks), absences of cable TV, and no bathhouse. The Wi-Fi reception was excellent and dependable. Our Passport America rate for a week was only $115 -- a true bargain. We will continue to come back.

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Beautiful park in a quiet setting, yet near the main highway. Our pull-through site was ample for our 40' rig with towed Jeep, and the pool was very clean. Wi-Fi was excellent. Several long-term campers. We would definitely stay here again.