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This is an older COE campground that has its good and bad points. The good: most sites are well-spaced and you have plenty of room to spread out. The bad: the pads are rather narrow and there is not much paved area when you walk out of your camper door. If you want a water site, come early in the week as they are not reservable. No sewer sites, only dump station. The reservable sites are all on the interior of the campground loop. Sites in the non-electric loop could use some TLC. They are paved, but the pavement is breaking up badly on some of them. Cell service (AT&T), Verizon MiFi and Dish TV worked well at this campground.

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COE park with some full service sites. Most have plenty of shade, which is important in Kansas in August. Sites on the lake cost $2 more than regular full service sites. Not sure if it's worth it or not, because the forest is pretty dense. We did get our Dish satellite to work as well as our Verizon MiFi. AT&T phones, however, were useless. Had to go into town to make a phone call or get text messages.

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Good place to stay if you're visiting the area. Baseball diamonds are right next to the campsites so you have entertainment most weekends. The price is right, you pay nothing for the first two nights. The park is large and there is lots of room for walking your dog. Verizon MiFi, AT&T phones and Dish Satellite worked very well in the campground.

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Wonderful place to stay while visiting the Branson area. There is a really nice beach area and a marina with floating café. Hosts and gate attendants are very friendly and helpful. Our site wasn't as level as we like, so there was quite a big step getting in and out of the camper. However, the site was huge and private, so it was worth it. Dish, Verizon MiFi and AT&T phone service all worked well.

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This is an excellent Corps of Engineers campground on Truman Lake. There is a nice beach area for those who like to swim. Boat launching is also nearby. Campground host was friendly and helpful. The park ranger was awesome. I was walking my dog when another dog, which wasn't leashed, started pestering us. His owners were outside, but failed to come and get him. The ranger was on the next loop over, saw that I was having problems getting the dog to go back to its site and came over right away to help me out. By this time, the dog owners finally came and got their dog, but it was the ranger who apologized for the problem, not the owners of the unleashed dog. Sites were large and well-spaced. Grass needed to be cut, but it wasn't so terribly long that it was a problem. Will definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Visited this campground a couple of years ago and came back because it's a good place to stop in Fremont. Cost is very reasonable, especially considering other campgrounds in the area. Only 2 other campers were in the campground, so we had plenty of room to roam. Sites are close together, but that is not usually a problem since the campground isn't used unless there is an event in the arena. Baseball and soccer fields were close by, so we watched the kids play for entertainment.

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Resort is on Big Sand Lake near Remer MN. Most of the campers are seasonal, but there are a few sites for transients. Owners and seasonal campers are very friendly and the resort is well-maintained. The swimming pool is pristine. Boat docks are available, as well as a ramp for launching your boat. The laundry room is on the small side and contains only one washer and one dryer. There are lots of trees, so all we could get on our Dish tailgater were local channels. AT&T and Verizon MiFi both worked very well. We would stay here again if we were in the area.

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Campground is still a great place to stop in the Omaha area. Problems with water noted in an earlier review had been resolved by the time we stayed here. Sites were clean and well-maintained. Sites on the lake are most popular, but all of the sites are large and have shade. Will stay here again when we come back to Omaha. Park accepts the Federal Government's Senior Pass, so rate is half off, if you have one.

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This campground is truly one of the best in the Minneapolis area. The bicycle paths are excellent. There is a lake for swimming and boating and other activities are also available. The campsites are large and week-spaced. Interior roads are a little on the narrow side and may make it difficult to back into your site if your neighbor parks at the edge of the road. There is easy access to shopping, etc., from this location.

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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.