Judy H.

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This is our decide stay at this campground. Power was 121, satisfactory. Our site woven looked a pond next to the river. The pond is a bit muddy but there are a couple paddle boats for kids. Sites are reasonably large with some privacy. We are in a pull thru. Office staff was very nice as we checked in quite early. Would stay here again even though it's pricey.

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This is a small park but nice overnight spot for your rig. Owners are very friendly and told us wifi is being installed. They have a few pull thrus and you can get satellite. Very convenient to i-64.

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This was our first time here and we used this park to visit DC. It's very convenient and easy to get into town. Park is heavily used by locals. We stayed on site 9, good satellite access is on the right side of loop A. Lots of trails and good walking. Restrooms have shower and toilets in each. I would stay there rather than Cherry Hill if I did not need water/sewer.

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Staying on Lake LBJ for the month of April. This park reflects the nightly rate for a month stay ($600). Beautiful setting -- new style hookups in a lighted pedestal. Sites are large with a level cement slab for the rig to set on. They do have a few super sites that open the front of the rig to the lake and a few boat slips. Very nice. Would highly recommend this park. Overnight prices are hefty, but if you stay a while, it is a great park. They do not have organized activities but Marble Falls is close by.

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Small, overnight park. Stayed here with PA rate, 50 amp. There are not too many sites, and most of the pull-throughs filled up by mid-afternoon. This is a rural park with a few trailers and a few RVs. They serve a free breakfast (waffles) and coffee in the morning. A nice touch. Would recommend for an overnight stay. Nothing nearby, and this is on the west side of town.

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Stayed here on the way to Tucson overnight. Noticed that the Good Sam ratings were low and cannot figure out why. It's clean, level and next to Camping World. Good for an overnight stay. Sites are large with two dump spots in each slot.

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We stay here two times a year, spring and fall. This is a convenient and clean park. The city owns the facility which also has a pool and exercise equipment plus baseball fields. There are only a few sites, which are available on a first-come basis. They have several long term renters ($350/month including electricity) and, at any given time, there are only 4-5 sites open. This is the best choice for a Burnet stay with full hookups.

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We stopped at Copper Breaks overnight and were delighted with the park. It is a small jewel state park that is underused. Groomed hiking trails were very nice. Few other campers were there. All sites were level and the ranger told us to pick any site if we did not like the one assigned. Will definitely stop there again. It is 10 miles from 287. Worth the drive.