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National Forest Campground with electric only. Self check-in at kiosk at entrance. Campground and picnic area were nice and well maintained. Some sites not level, but level sites were available. We were just looking for campsite with electricity on a hot August night. Amazed to run into a forest in the middle of Nebraska. Shower house looked clean but we did not use it. Lots of campers with ATVs, but the campsite was quiet on a weekday night. Hard to beat the price.

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Quiet campground at a marina on the Tennessee River. Sites are moderately level, large enough. Some long-term residents. All were friendly. Staff was helpful. Dump station is a pump intended for boats. Fitting was wrong for RV so ended up spilling some and carrying the rest to the next campground.

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Wisconsin State Park. There are three separate campgrounds. The older one is down the hill, and most sites in that campground are not large rig friendly. The two new campgrounds are on top of a bluff near a busy county road, but the sites are large and quiet. Some have some shade, but most are open. Park has a nice little lake, a stream with trout, a nature center, lots of trails and a spectacular waterfall. Park is about 20 miles from the Twin Cities.

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Full hook up, pull throughs with a cement pad for motorhome, are the pluses in this well maintained park. Sites are open and very close together are the minuses. Easy access in and convenient to Cedar Rapids.

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Out of the way park, but very scenic. Small loop, but nice large sites. Camped in the early part of the week in early August. Was about 1/3 full. Each site is shady and private. Excellent hiking although it is a horse friendly park so some care needs to be taken on the trails.