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Nice park with most sites next to the lake. Sites are spacious and have a fire ring and table. Full hookups are really nice although the water pressure is a little low but adequate. The cable has dozens of channels. Most all sites along the lake are heavily shaded making for mice quiet time enjoying the lake.

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This is truly a hidden gem. It is locate about 4 miles outside Coffeeville, Alabama on the banks of the Tombigbee Water Way. The interior roads and parking pads are paved. All sites are very spacious, shaded and the pull troughs are right next to the river. Barge traffic is a routine sight in this super quiet and peaceful park. The river is the only entertainment here. Fish or just sit back and enjoy it's peaceful movement. Each site has a large gravel patio with fire ring, table and grill. The bathhouse is some what dated but clean and secure. My only regret was we could only spend 3 nights before we had to move on. We are already trying to plan another visit but it will be longer than 3 nights for sure. Adding sewer connection to the sites would make this place a 10 in my book.

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This park is an old Jelly Stone park so it has lots of nice amenities. There are quite a few permanent guest located in one section of the park but the other sites appear to be reserved for overnight and short term guest. The interior roads are gravel as are the sites pads and patios. There is evidence of on going maintenance and improvements. New gravel for sites and painting picnic tables for example. It rained heavily the night before we left and the sewer backed up on several sites. Talk about a mess unhooking your sewer line! We would stay there again if in the area.

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Bayou Segnette is close to our son and his family so we will continue to use it. However, it is getting dated and in need of maintenance. The bathhouse is getting run down; urinals missing from the wall, shower and vanity facets that don't work and shower doors that don't close or latch. A single dump station for a park this size and with not site sewer hookups is a traffic jam waiting to happen, especially on Monday morning. Park rules state that no vehicle parking on the grass. But we found sites with parties going on and several vehicles parked on the site as well as along the side of the road. Looks like not only maintenance but overall pride in the facility has declined.

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This is truly a hidden gem. It is a quiet, shady, clean and peaceful park. Good interior road leading to nice paved sites. It is somewhat dated, and not all sites are lazer level. But it is hard to beat for the money. When making reservations pay attention to site length because some are quiet short. It very convenient to shopping, restaurants and casinos. My "8" rating would be "9" if is had sewage and site 19 has a drop of form the trailer steps to the patio that demanded caution.

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Many sites are on the banks of Lake Eufuala and are just beautiful. Sites are level, well maintained and include a fire ring, large table and grill. The bath house is showing a little age but was clean and neat. The only drawback is the lack of sewage on the sites. Fishing and boating are the main attractions but relaxing and enjoying the environment come in a strong second.

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Very convenient park to New Orleans area. We have stayed here several times and it seems the restrooms and showers are starting to show their age. But they were reasonable clean with plenty of hot water. Some of the sites have wooden decks that are real handy if it been raining. All sites have concrete patios with a table at the real of the site. Nothing beside the RV means you have wet soggy grass outside the door. We will continue to use this park as a base while visiting our family and enjoying New Orleans.

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This park is located just off the Mississippi sound. It has a water park with large slides and a wave pool located at the entrance to the property. There is a very small beach area across the road from the entrance but this is not a "beach resort" by any means. It is a very nice family campground with nice facilities. The sites are large and level. Getting there can be a challenge. You must go through some residential areas and cross a railroad any rout you choose. It is especially challenging when coming from the east. I suggest following the park's website directions and not using your GPS.

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Nice park, it is especially convenient to I10. The park is no resort but is well maintained and clean. The sites are level gravel with concrete patios. On site fishing is license free and several folks were catching crab and fish. The park is divided into by a canal. The office is in the first half with a small pool and TV room. Two foot bridges connect the halves of the park. The second half, I think best of the two, has a different entrance. Once checked in you must return to the highway for a couple of hundred yards to enter the second part of the campground. Not a problem but at night it is difficult to see the entrance. It's convenient to Pensacola and all the attractions there. We would stay here again.

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As the name states this is a casino RV park. No patio, picnic table, grill or place to relax outside your RV. It is a nice clean well maintained place to park your rig however. The property is manicured and pleasing to the eye. Let's face it; the owners want you to park and head to the casino We are not gamblers so the casino is of little attraction to us. But we did enjoy a few day to relaxing and shaking off some road rust. There is a very nice golf course next door and I recommend it. Interior roads are paved with nice concrete pads to park. All the utilities are in one location at the back of the parking pad. If like me, you may need extra sewer hose. And yes ..... you have to check in a the hotel. It's not a big deal. Times are tough in the casino business so the office at the RV park remains closed.

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This park has a nice view of the Mississippi River. The staff is very accommodating. That's it. There's no pool, no cable, no recreation facilities and the bath house is old; clean but old. The Wi-Fi is not bad. The sites are long and level and most have concrete pads. One section has trees the other is wide open. Getting to the park is a challenge. The neighborhood is not the best and streets not marked well. But, it is peaceful, quiet and has a wonderful view of the Mississippi. The park's shoreline must be close to ¼ mile long. There are several benches and fire pits on the bank providing a very relaxing place to view the river traffic.

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This park has a nice view of the Mississippi River. The staff is very accommodating. That's it. There's no pool, no cable, no recreation facilities and the bath house is old; clean but old. The Wi-Fi is not bad. The sites are long and level and most have concrete pads. One section has trees the other is wide open. Getting to the park is a challenge. The neighborhood is not the best and streets not marked well. But, it is peaceful, quiet and has a wonderful view of the Mississippi. The park's shoreline must be close to ¼ mile long. There are several benches and fire pits on the bank providing a very relaxing place to view the river traffic.

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This is a beautiful, secluded and quiet Arkansas State Park. "Wow" was my first impression when pulling into our site. Each site has a paved parking pad, large gravel tent pad (15X15) and a concrete pad for picnic table and grill. Also there is a large gravel area for the fire ring. The gravel size is small and dead level. Each site is cleaned and raked in preparation for the next camper. The entire site area is made level by beautiful block walls. Every site looks new and fresh. First class. Bathhouse was spotless. No spider webs or light fixtures full of dead bugs. Even the skylights were clean and clear. The park is secluded and can only be accessed by driving over the Boston mountains. So stock up before arriving or be prepared to drive 15 miles or so for basic food items.

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Another good example of a Arkansas State Park. The sites are spacious, level and well maintained. It's only a couple of miles from Murphysboro if you need some supplies or a good meal. And there is always the diamond mind if you like. Great place to relax and enjoy.

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This is a great park located just off the strip in Branson. You are in a short walking distance (1/4 mile) to many shows and restaurants. The interior roads are hilly but can be navigated by large rigs. Most sites are shaded. I would not classify the sites as spacious but they are average in size. The staff are very nice and can help with discounted show tickets.