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The sites were level pull-thrus. WiFi worked well. The only drawback was the trains that went by throughout the night. I would consider this park the best buy in Dodge City. We would stay here again.

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The site assigned to us was not suitable. A washout on the road made access impossible. The staff was very nice in getting us another site. Most of the interior roads were paved. The campground is next to the interstate and the highway noise was loud. WiFi did not work at the campsite. Had to carry my laptop to the program center to get service. Because of the Coast to Coast price we would use this campground again.

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Campground is clean, staff is friendly, but there is no ambiance. Sites are gravel, very close together, with a small strip of grass between them. Not the kind of place I would set up my cooker and have dinner outside.

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The park is nice but overpriced. We stayed one night as a stopover along I-80. Pull-through sites in the front were long and easy to maneuver. But Mercer/Grove City is not a resort area and the price was exorbitant for the little time you stay there if just stopping for a night. Next time we will find somewhere else to stop.

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Very laid-back campground. Sign directs you to pick a site along the corn field and the owner will be by to sign you in. Sites were grass with water and electric. Paid an extra $2 for 50-amp service. Found a nice restaurant and a great ice cream shop in town. Would stop here again when traveling across Indiana.

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Nice overnight stop along I-75. Sites are paved and mostly level although our rig just fit on the width of the pad. Staff was very friendly. Did not need a reservation. We just called ahead and there was plenty of room. We would use this park again as an overnight stop.

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We were very disappointed with this campground. We arrived at 4 p.m. on a Sunday and the office was closed and the security shack was not manned. If another camper had not come by and told us to look in the mailbox for our packet, we would not have gotten past the gate. We were Coast-to-Coast guests and the site we were given was small and very unlevel in an area with several other rigs almost shoulder-to-shoulder while there were many vacant sites closer to the lake. The entire park had a run-down appearance. We will not be returning to this park.

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We enjoyed our overnight stay here. Sites were level and very easy to get into. The campground is a short distance from I-40 and about 15-20 minutes to Maggie Valley. We were warmly welcomed and the staff was very friendly. We would definitely use this park again. We stayed as Coast-to-Coast members.

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What a hidden gem. Campground is located about 3 miles from the main drag through Pigeon Forge, but it is in another world. Treed sites along a brook. Very quiet and peaceful. Not the crowded feeling you get at other campgrounds in the area. No restrooms so you have to be self-contained. No swimming pool so not the best for families, or if you like to cool off in the pool. But if you can do without restrooms and a pool, this place is ideal.

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Nice campground on Lake Guntersville. Although the sites are close together, we were able to find a spot with no one on either side so we did not feel cramped. Limited number of 50-amp sites. Some steep hills getting to the campground especially if you come from Guntersville. We came south on county road 67 from Alabama Rt. 35. No hills that way. Narrow county road but passable. We booked through Coast to Coast so paid $10 a night.

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Enjoyed our stay at this park. Beautiful location tucked in the mountains. Stayed in the RV-5 area with concrete pad. Only drawback is the swimming pool is at the lodge, quite a distance from the campground. We booked through Coast-to-Coast. Campground charged an extra $2.50 a night user fee.