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This is an older COE campground on the banks of Lake Ashtabula. Most sites are roomy, although some sites have trees that make it a little tight getting into them. There is a swimming area and well-maintained playground. Campground is now 100% reserveable, so if you come in without a reservation, you have to call and register when you arrive. Even though there is a "booster" to enhance your cell phone reception, we found that we did not have service with either AT&T or Verizon. Would suggest you make a reservation before coming out to the campground. Our Verizon MiFi did work, however, so we were able to use the Internet.

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This is a small COE campground on the shores of Lake Audubon. There are 10 primitive sites. The rest have either 30 or 50 amp electricity. Sites are adequate-sized. We fit boat, camper and truck on ours and still had plenty of room. Shade is hard to find here although they have planted trees, so that will change in the future. About 5 sites are paved while the rest are gravel. The campground fills up on the weekends, so if you want to camp here on the weekend, reservations are a must. There is plenty of availability during the week. There is easy access to fishing on both Lake Sakakawea and Lake Audubon from this location. Never saw the campground host, but the park rangers drove through frequently and were always friendly.

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Campground is located on the shores of Lake Sakakawea. There are quite a few seasonal campers in the park, but their sites are clean and well-maintained. Our site (201) was huge as were all the sites in the same area of the park. We were able to pull into the site as if it was a pull-through, so it was very easy to park. Our campsite was on grass, but some sites are on gravel. Also, some sites are quite large while others are very close together so be sure and check out the map before making a reservation. We had electricity, but no water or sewer. There may be drinking water in the park, but it wasn't labeled and we couldn't tell for sure. There is definitely no dump station, which can be a bummer. There is water and a dump station (both free) in Garrison, however. The best part of this experience was the office girl who works Friday through Sunday. She was very friendly and helpful and will make sure you get the best available site if you talk to her.

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Large, grass sites with plenty of room for boat, camper, and vehicle. Water and electricity were good, but most campers in our area had issues with the sewer in that our hoses wouldn't connect securely. Some sites had large ruts from tires, which caused a minor inconvenience for those campers. Access to the boat ramp was good, but parking for boat trailers was at a premium on the weekend. Verizon MiFi worked well as did our AT&T phone and Dish satellite.

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We really like this campground. The boat dock and ramp are excellent. The campsites are large and well-spaced, but a few have some leveling issues. Showers have nice, hot water and the water is not on a time limit. Our site was long and double wide, easily accommodating our 5th wheel, truck and boat. AT&T cell phone worked okay, especially if you went outside. We used our booster on our Verizon MiFi and got 4G most of the time. Dish satellite worked most of the time, but we had to reset it once or twice a day. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount.

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This is one of our favorite campgrounds. There is plenty of space between sites and the dog has plenty of room to roam without bothering the neighbors. The campground is clean and the host checks the fire pits every day to make sure there isn't any trash left behind by departing campers. The ranger drives through a couple of times daily and is friendly and helpful. Bathrooms are cleaned daily and the shower water is hot. Boat docks and boat ramp are excellent. Verizon MiFi and AT&T cell phones work well. Rate reflects our Senior Pass discount.

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We always stay in this campground when in the Yankton area. Most sites are quite large and the campground is peaceful and well-maintained. We had a gravel camping pad this time, but most of the sites are paved. We had a boat, truck, and fifth wheel and all 3 fit easily on our camping pad. Sites on the lake are laid out well and are worth the extra cost for "premium". Verizon MiFi and AT&T cell coverage were very good. Rate reflects our Senior Pass rate.

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This is a very nice state campground with lots of space between campsites, friendly campground hosts, and a small marina. Not all sites are reservable, which is a plus for those of us who don't plan ahead well. There are a number of sites right on Lewis and Clark lake. More than 50% of the sites are double wide, which gives you plenty of room for a camper, vehicle and boat. Both our cell phone (AT&T) and MiFi (Verizon) had good reception.

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This is a small recreation area that doesn't take reservations. The sites are well-spaced and level. Some sites are on the lake. The lake is for fishing, canoeing, swimming, etc. All boats are allowed, but there is a 5 m.p.h. speed limit. There is also a fish cleaning station for those who fish. Thirty of the campsites have electricity, the rest are for dry camping/tenting. It is a very quiet, peaceful setting, but if you are coming for the weekend, get there early as spots fill up quickly. Our Verizon MiFi worked very well, but AT&T phones did not work at all.

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This is a very busy campground. On weekends it is difficult to drive through because of all the cars parked along the road, and because of the placement of the dump station in the Pathfinder campground. Campsites are pretty well spaced out. Most are large enough for a camping unit, a car and a boat, but the park is so close to town, there are a lot of visitors who also need a place to park. Because of all the traffic/use, the grass is pretty thin in most spots. Still, we will stay here again during the week, when it is much quieter and easy to get out on one of the lakes, etc. The staff is friendly and helpful and the park is well-maintained. There is some train noise, but it is usually quiet at night.

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This is an excellent park to stay at for a night or longer. The grounds are well-maintained and the campground is very clean. Sites are all large and well-spaced. There isn't really a bad campsite in the entire park. If you plan to be here over a weekend, I recommend making a reservation if you can. Otherwise, come in on Thursday (or earlier in the week) since the non-reservable sites fill up early.

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We stopped here for one night on our way through Albuquerque. Sites are close together and there are a lot of long term units. There is no place for walking dogs like there is in most private RV parks. Our Internet (Verizon) and phones (AT&T) both worked well. Park was quiet and we would stay here again when passing through the area.

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Great campground which is well taken care of by the hosts in the park. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Sites are large and well spaced. We will definitely come back here again and stay longer next time. (We only stayed 2 nights this visit.)

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Great campground for short or long term stays. We were in the new RV area and it was very nice with lots of space. There was easy access to the wash next to the campground so we could take our dog for long walks. The staff was excellent. Even fellow campers were friendly and helpful. The park was clean and well maintained. We'll definitely stay here again when we come through Wickenburg.

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The staff at this park are very friendly and welcoming. We had a spacious site with full hook-ups. It's true, there was no grass, but this is the desert and lots of desert campgrounds don't have grass, so it wasn't a negative for us. There are some long-term residents, but the ones at our end of the campground kept there sites clean and they didn't have a lot of junk on their sites. My husband did see one campsite of a long-term resident that needed to be cleaned up, but it was behind a fence, so it wasn't obvious. Still, this camper needs to be told to clean up or move on. The rest of the campsites were neat and orderly. The highway noise died down at night and we didn't hear a train, so that wasn't a problem for us. We would stay here again if in the area.