About Tom Oelsner

Live in New Orleans. Retired 2006. Started motorhoming in 2006 and travel around this wonderful country about 5-6 months per year. Wife Marilynn. Love to do photography.

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This is a neat, clean park without a lot of frills. Most (if not all) of the sites are pull-throughs and easy to get in and out for our large motorhome without having to disconnect the tow. The staff are friendly and cooperative. We would stay there again.

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This was our second time to stay here. It is a great, clean campground in a quiet setting and easily accessible. We stayed in one of the long premium pull through sites near the entrance - the site is level and easy to get in and out. Nearby is a wonderful state park with all sorts of facilities, a lake, and a large clean off-leashdog park. Easy to get into Columbus. We stayed in a 45 foot motorhome and would stay there again.

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Very large campground with all sorts of accommodations. We were in our 45ft motorhome in a large, spacious concrete pad. Voltage was sometimes low when usage was very high - like a crowded hot weekend when air conditioning usage was high. There is a marina as part of the campground with excellent facilities. There are always lots of activities for adults and for kids. Large pool. A store carries supplies and some groceries. The owners are very friendly and cooperative. The campground is easily accessible and near Chautauqua Institution.

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This is a full service resort. It is somewhat out of the way but no problem getting there even in a big rig. Spacious concrete pads with patio and many have gas barbecue and nice table and chairs. All sorts of activities and a beautiful setting. We spent three nights there in a motorhome.

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We were very disappointed in this campground having chosen it because of its rating. Not easy to get into, very steep access road. Very tight site access. Mud and standing water on our site. Very close neighbor. Not able to get satellite, good cable, good hookups but surrounded by mud. Good location. Stayed in 45ft motorhome. Would not stay again.

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This is a first class bare bones park. Easy access, gravel roads,, concrete level pads, somewhat close together. Very friendly owner. Perfect for overnight stay or short visit. Good cable, excellent wifi, excellent 50amp power. Nice dog park. We stayed in a 45ft motorhome, would definitely stay again.

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This is a nice place to stay. We stayed in a 45ft motorhome. Had a large pull through with plenty of space. Lots of families and kids. Good wifi. Gravel sites, fairly level. Lots to see in Zanesville and surrounding area.

     

Dayton KOA

Brookville, Ohio

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This is a very nice park. Typical KOA. Adequate spaces but some can be tight in a 45ft motorhome. Staff was not clear on where to put us. Good wifi. In a big rig I would recommend going to look at the sites before trying to get in one.

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This is a no-frills park but excellent hookups, level gravel sites, grass and adequate space. Just an open square with 8 or 10 sites, no one in attendance, no fence. Playground, pool and park across the street. Excellent location, very comfortable. Highly recommend.

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This is a new and well planned campground. Sites are level, most face north, and very well kept. Nice dog yard. Spacious grassy between sites. Near vineyards and shopping.

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This is a very well kept campground with big rig sites large enough for comfort. Grass next to many sites. Dog run. Very nice amenities. The overall environment is not particularly attractive but okay. I would stay here again.

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This park is just ok. It is clean and fairly well kept with a nice store, tennis court and amenities. The spaces are very tight though easy to get in and out. The TL rating is much too high. There is nothing attractive about the site. Gravel with large puddles from the rain. Artificial turf at the site; no dog park. The attendants were very friendly. I would prefer not to stay there again.

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The resort area is a first class campground for any size rig and is only slightly more expensive than other campgrounds in Moab. Spacious. Well kept. Large concrete pads. I would stay there any time I go to Moab.

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Small but very nicely kept campground. Spaces are very close. Very nice management. Easy to get in and out with big rig. Good place to overnight.

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We asked for a space for a 45ft motor home. The pad was too small to get even four tires on. No room for tow vehicle. Cars and trucks parked all over the main roads. Only gravel, no grass. Dog runs are only dirt and are tiny. Sites are much too small and too close together. Office staff very nice. They refunded my second night's stay. This is definitely not a place for big rigs even though they claim it is. Would not stay there again. Overrated and overpriced.