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The electrical service is spotty. Sometimes the voltage drops and caused one of our air conditioners to stop working. We are in site 22 and the electrical box is shared with site 23. The electrical box has a 50 amp plug and a 30 plug. It is almost 100 degrees here today and we need to have reliable AC. The site is grass but it is level and firm. It is short so the car has to be parked in between coaches. No WiFi. Water is good and satellite got a lock. There is a road on the other side of the river but noise is minimal. 40 minute drive to Lambeau Field.

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Site 15 is not level although all the other sites appear to be level. This site is pretty short and the rear tires will be off the ground if you have a big rig. Bring lots of boards to prevent that from happening. Large plants have grown up around the hookups, so you may need a saw also. Although this park is over looking a river, none of the sites face the river. Be careful with directions getting here from some GPS units. You cannot get in from Canal Street. That is permanently blocked. As stated in the other reviews, this is a small park all paved in asphalt. One row is next to a road, so expect some noise. Wifi is fair.

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This park has more than one campground and the reviews should be separated. This review is for the Rivermouth Campground. You are required to buy a membership in the state park system for each vehicle. We got the annual membership at $31. We have a tow vehicle so that was $62. There are only two sites at Rivermouth for big rigs. These sites are asphalt, pretty large, no water no sewer no satellite lock no OTA no wifi, but did have good 50amp. Nice site with lots of trees and good fishing.

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Beautiful place. Huge concrete sites full of Prevosts and Newells, but they don't pick up the garbage and cable TV requires their special equipment. Office staff is excellent. They are building out more sites so you will get a sales pitch or two. Owners here are not very friendly. Probably worth staying here once, but we will stay someplace cheaper next time.

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I do not recommend this park for big rigs. You can get in here but 30 doesn't work in site 86 and the staff doesn't care. The office is staffed by kids and since this is a city park, customer service is not a concern. Open ground on the pedestal. Electrician will not come out to fix it because it is a weekend. Can't run the AC and lots of campfires so leaving the windows open is not a good idea. Dirt/mud site with trees so no satellite lock. No cable either and OTA is spotty. Lots of big dogs that bark. Interior roads are asphalt with huge deep potholes.

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No sewer, no wifi, no cable so I can't give it a high rating, but very cheap. Pretty place with the lake and trees. Sites are narrow asphalt for the RV but have a large stone/dirt patio area. Some sites can get a satellite lock. Verizon signal is weak but useable. 15 minutes from the Grand Ole Opry. Many sites are very far apart so smoke from camp fires is not a problem if you get one of those. The road is a one way circle so be prepared to wait for people that are backing into there site or hooking up the car to tow.

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Steep hills, gravel roads and sites, large rocks and trees. This campground is in a pine forest and reminds me of a county park, therefore the price should be lower. Very tight getting a 40 footer around and level. Mostly tents and fifth wheels here. So many campfires that it is hard to breathe.

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If you have a class A, be sure to ask for a very level site with 50 amp service. Some of the sites are impossible to level up on. They tried to put us in one of those. This is a super nice park. Our site was about 24 feet wide and about 50 feet long. Grass and gravel. Paved road. Nice, large pool.

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Not big rig friendly. Very tight narrow mountain road to get there. $100 per night for a gravel site that is not level. Barking dogs. Nice patio with a gas grill and patio furniture, but some animal is living under the patio. Wifi is terrible. It is great for smaller rigs. I won't be back.

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This is a very small park. Lots of tents. The sites are very small also. This park is next to a main road with lots of traffic and a train also. The sites are large gravel rocks and are not quite level enough for a class A on some sites. They have a dirt(used to be grass) patio that is very small. It is not that much closer to Williamsburg than the Heritage Campground so that's where I would stay next time.

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Too many trees. The sites are kept up by the owners and some owners do not do a very good job. Our site is one of those. It is a medium sized site. The site across from us has a class C in it and the site is just big enough for it. There are some larger sites and some very small ones. Lots of leaves and the landscaping is hit and miss. Wifi is great and the pool is nice. Good place to walk and bike. No fires or outside lights or sat TV antennas allowed. Cable TV is great.

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This is a gravel parking lot with very wide but short sites. Connections are poorly placed and can be very hard to hook up. Rain meant we had a two inch deep puddle of water at the door since the sites are sloped toward the front. Wifi was terrible, water pressure was 20 psi. Not a nice place to spend time, but good for overnight. Hard to get to since the roads are not in the GPS database correctly and the streets are poorly marked. This park is in the city so it is a short drive to downtown St John.

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This campground is large and open with gravel pull through sites and grass on the side with wooden picnic tables. The sites could be a little more level for big rigs. The WiFi is very weak and I could never get on the internet with it so I used Verizon hot spot.

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Wi-Fi is weak. BBQ is fare. Bluegrass is good. It has no facilities, but is next to a BBQ restaurant and an airport. It has no bathrooms, no showers, just full hookups. Nothing else.

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Not a beach. It is across the road from a river created by the barrier islands. Water is very shallow and green. Nothing here to do except fish and hang out in the RV.