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The spaces were level and long enough for my 42 ft 5th wheel and still had my truck in front. The spaces are within 50 feet of the water and each space had a campfire ring, picnic table, fantastic water pressure and full sewer hookups. There were no bright lights so the view of the stars at night was great. The park is first-come, first serve and they do not take reservations. Lots of folks seem to like this place for horseback riding - as we have seen several trailers show up and folks head up on the trails on horseback. The roads were easy to navigate. This park was re-opened recently and the local county and local folks have taken over management from the state and they're making it very comfortable. There are no trains, roads or other noises to bother you and it's great for fishing or just relaxing.

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Very friendly. Good water pressure. Sewer connection is near front of site. Tremendous noise from I-20. Clean long spaces. Good cable. Good internet. I would stay here again, if using air conditioner for noise cancellation.

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We paid for a premium site and they knew our rig was 42 feet long and I pulled it with a truck. I did not get a parking space to put my truck, so I had to park about 60 yards away... when I could find a space there. My pull through site was probably about 52 feet long (guessing). It was clean and quiet and very secure (I like the security features). If I was here by myself or if I was not having to leave my wife in the rv while I was in Vegas, I definitely would have spent about half the money, had more room and stayed elsewhere. If you like swimming pools, they do have a couple - very clean - and activities - lots of activities. If you are here to socialize with others and like being around lots of people - this is a place for you.... if you get a space with a parking space which is what I thought we were paying extra for.

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This is a first class resort with concrete spaces, grass in between - long sites, clean, great laundry room, phenomenal pool table room in the office. Great security. Best to be near the office as the road noise is minimal at this end of the park and a bit noisy down at the other end by the highway.

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Just a large asphalt parking lot - no grass - open to lots of wind - very very windy and nothing to block it - we had a 50amp site with sewer - no water - no cable. Good AT*T and AT&T internet signal. Good free wifi from park - although restricts and disallows tv watching on internet. Folks were friendly. spaces long enough to stay hooked up if you wish.

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This is a dispersed (boondocking) campground. Amazing views and plenty of room for our 5th wheel, truck, firepit plus room for a couple of tents if we wanted. Our site was probably 1/8 mile from the nearest one to us. The price is right as it's free. No hookups - so bring your own power and water. You can run a generator 24 hours a day here and no one will mind. In October, we had the place almost to ourselves for about 7 miles. The road in is washboarded (bad) - but we brought our 44 foot 5w in doing about 5mph. Yes - we get jarred around - but the view, the amazing star views at night, serenity and quiet was worth it. The Feds do not care if you pick up wood here and there is wood everywhere for your fire. You need to drive past the pay sites (instead of turning left into the pay campground, continue on the dirt/gravel road straight ahead). The further you drive in - the better the views. Don't be alarmed if you see folks carrying guns as Wyoming is an open carry state. The only wildlife we saw in October was beaver and chipmonk - but did see tracks from antelope and something that looked like bear scat. On other review sites, people talked about trash left here. In October - we did not see any trash anywhere. We use AT&T for internet and phone and we had great service with both. fast internet and no dropped calls.

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They have 3 pull through sites and 9 back in sites in a parking lot - reasonably spaced - all facing the pretty lake. Full hookups for $15 is not bad. Very clean. good water pressure. decent internet on AT&T using my own box. Picked up 3 local tv stations, 2 radio stations.

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As folks have said, the sites have electricity only, so load up water as you come in. Beautiful park and very well maintained. Bring your firewood with you as they prefer you leave limbs on the ground. Great little campstore, plenty of hiking trails, most of the rv spaces are small - lots of tent spaces and almost all of the camping spaces are on the main road. Lots of people here on the weekends - sold out and this was October 1st. The views are magnificent. Horse trails - and you can even use their horses, mountain bike trails, nature center, playgrounds and I hear there is a lake here but we didn't go visit it. Overall, we are very impressed with this park and will definitely come back - even though we have a 44 foot 5th wheel and most of the campsites will not accommodate us.

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Whomever designed the rv sites in this park has never spent much time in an rv as evidenced by the direction of the campsites (i've watched 3 people - inlcuding myself -struggle to get into a site). As mentioned before, bring extra power cords to hook up to the power and a very long hose (I came prepared) as I've watched a couple of people have to leave because they couldn't reach the power. We were in space 50 - and the picnic table and the fire-ring are both on the side of the rv where the water/power hooks up - and not on the side where the door is. Again - poor planning on the designers of this place.

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One of our favorite parks. The people are always super friendly and we've been here alot and never seems to be too crowded. Open all year with great trails for bicycling and walking. The people at check-in will help you find a suitable spot for your larger rigs. We have a 43 foot toy hauler and found it best to spend one night where we could fit and then used our bicycles to check out all the sites and then moved to where we are now and check-in people were super agreeable to this once we cleared it with them before moving. The AT&T service here was poor this time (first time I've noticed that) as far as internet and we dropped a few calls too.

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Folks were friendly and spaces were long enough for my truck and 43 foot fifth wheel. Tv antennae reception was good. Not much road noise in section A next to Arkansas River. Good 50 amp service and ATT phone service strong. Only negative was low water pressure.

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Spent a week here, parked next to Lake Eufaula with 50 amp service, good water, great AT&T Internet/phone, Tulsa tv stations on the air. Owner helped us get to our site, pick it out and even offered to take me to town when my truck axle broke (causing us to be here a week). This used to be a COE campground, but the current owner is making improvements. Very quiet - almost no road noise and you can barely hear the train a mile away (not one train has blown a horn/whistle). We have a large toy hauler and it fit perfectly. Owner comes by weekly (more often if you need him to) and drains your black tank (at no extra charge) and they encourage you to dump gray water out on the grass.

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Parked here for two nights in a 43 ft toy hauler, and space 38 had plenty of room for everything. Right on Lake Lewisville with easy access to fish or boat. Plenty of shade. 50 amp service with clean water with good pressure. Looks like all spaces have ba grill, campfire grill, table and hook for light. I had no trouble on my auto level on my rig. Fellow checking us in was super friendly. It is only about 15 minutes north of Carrolton and 12 from Denton. Will definitely return.

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In space 13, at eastern side of park, you get alot of train noise several times a night. The lady who works in the office is super nice. Sites are not cramped or too spacious. We can park our 30 foot here and stay hooked up to the one ton truck - so length is ok. Good water pressure. Local channels gives you about 40 choices - good reception. ATT signal is strong here for internet/phone. If you want to go to Casinos, this is handy as casino bus comes through regularly. Good value for the money.

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As others have said, you need very long electrical cords and water hoses if you want to hook up. We've been in hundreds of states parks and campgrounds and have never seen one laid out like this. It was difficult to get our 30 foot into sites due to direction of roads and trees, water connections so far away, etc. Was awakened by mowers starting at 6am on the adjacent golf course. Asphalt (blacktop) roads and pads.