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Nice campground, but lots of traffic with all of the people pulling boats and campers. The restrooms are older, but were kept clean.

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The campground is nice, but the lack of water spigots is a bit annoying. The shower houses need to be redone. They have a new, very nice, one in the tent area. The RV area needs the same style. The sites are very large.

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This is a smaller campground and some of the sites are a little hard to get into. It is right by the state park golf course and near the Heaven Hill Distillery. Getting level on some sites is a challenge. They have a shuttle to the Stephen Foster Musical during the season. There are only a couple of sites that can easily handle a large RV.

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The campground is nicely laid out with good facilities. There is a swimming area next to the campground and a boat ramp. The older shower house could use a bit of work, but the newer shower house is much nicer. The camp ground is kept very clean. It is fairly convenient to get to Nashville area attractions.

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This is a nice campground near all of the Opry attractions. The sites are gravel and level. The one drawback is that the RV dealer next door has very bright security lights which can be a bother if you are in the front of the campground. Sites toward the back are darker and quieter.

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One of the nicest Indiana State Park campgrounds. The full hookup area has nice level sites with some trees to provide privacy. The playgrounds have lots of new swings and slides for the kids. The historic farmstead is not that great, but overall it is a very nice park. Battle Ground is worth seeing for history buffs.

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This is the first time we had been to Sugar Creek Campground in a few years. The owners have made several improvements such as adding canoe rentals and a new dodge ball game for the kids.

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This is a good place to camp if your purpose is to catch a show at Renfro Valley. The park itself is gravel sites with only a little shade. They are pretty close together but mostly level. Nothing fancy, but it is a good place to stay.

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Small park with only 40 sites. Most of them are too small for RVs and the sites are generally not level. Bath houses are older but clean. The park has great hiking and a nice swimming area at the lake. Great location for Greenville, SC activities.

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This is a nice park. The roads need some work and the trees need to grow up for some shade. They have put a lot of work into the pool and bathrooms. Both are very nice. The pavilion area had a movie playing in the evening.

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The park is very nice with several hiking trails and some incredible views. Most sites are level with gravel pads. Getting up to the park can be a little rough if you have a large RV.

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I reviewed this park a few years ago but it is worth a re-review. They built a new shower house which is a vast improvement. The trees have grown up so there is some shade available. The swimming beach has been removed so no swimming is available. Still it is a county park carved out of an old army base. It is a decent place to camp if you are going to one of the many events at the park. Several seasonal campers plus some people temporarily living in tents.

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Very nice park but a large RV will have issues getting into many of the sites. Digging diamonds is too much work but everyone should try once. There is not a whole lot else to do in the park other than the diamond mine. Generally quiet and a good place to camp. The shower house was clean and heated.

     

Benton KOA

Benton, Illinois

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Older KOA but well maintained from what I can tell. The main complaint is that it is right on the highway. Being a rough section of pavement, there was a lot of highway noise. There was also a fair bit of train noise. Other than that, the campground itself was fine.

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While the park is a little hard to get to from the interstate and takes you through a rough looking part of town, the park itself is very pretty. The campground is well maintained and the bathhouse is clean and heated. Wind direction can make the park a little stinky. It is a small campground and does not take reservations so call to make sure they have spaces. The Indian museum near by is worth seeing.