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Park itself was fine - nice concrete pull-thrus, clean, quiet, easy access to everything. Pool was nice, as were the bathrooms and showers. We went to the casino and were underwhelmed - left fairly quickly. Loved the area and the restaurants downtown, though! We would stay here again.

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We had asked for a pull thru since we wanted to stay hooked up - just a one night stay. They had a nice long spot ready for us. Park is very rural - at the end of a road. Fully treed - we weren't able to get satellite. We checked out the bar, but were a little underwhelmed - the bartender was too busy talking to her friend, and didn't seem to know what they had. We had one drink and left. It did seem like it was more of a locals hangout from the trailer park next door. Very friendly in the office, showed us to our site. Site was fairly level, not over-wide, but the trees were arranged in such a way as to not cause problems with slide-outs.

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We were in the Woods Loop, Site 50. We were able to back in our 34 foot travel trailer without too much trouble - leveling was more of an issue because the site slopes upward towards the front (entrance side). A shorter trailer would have no problem. The site was beautiful - view of the canal through the trees. Not too close to other sites (some sites were VERY close to others). No sewer, no problem with water or electric (50 amp). Very wide site at the bottom, with picnic table, fire ring and utility table. Wifi (Verizon) was only 3G, but phone service was okay. Too many trees for satellite. Good location, close to town and to all attractions.

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Our second time here, and we still love it! Big, clean FREE washers and dryers, love the views of the river. We had rain in the morning, and they were out with wet/dry vacs and tools to dry off the cement pads - even though it looked like it was going to rain again! We noticed that one gravel pull-thru looked a little rough - the next day it was completely re-graveled. We love the front row (the 90's) by the river - concrete pads, phenomenal view. The road in is a little rough, but once you get in the park it's fine. Our favorite park!

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We had asked for a pull thru since we didn't want to unhook. We were late getting in (compounded by missing the turn-off the first time - no signs at all, and not easy to turn around!), but our information was taped on the door. They had given us two sites together to make a long pull thru (19 and 25). This would normally be fine, but the sites were not level to each other, so we ended up having to unhitch anyway. I can't imagine what it's like on football weekends, since most of the rigs appear to be full time, but only used for games! Location is excellent - right in town. Park was clean and well kept.

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We came to this park without a reservation after we bailed on another local park. There was no problem - we were given a pull-thru plenty long enough to stay hooked up, cement pad, level. The grounds are beautiful, the site was spacious. It is a little off the beaten path, but it turned out that we were able to re-route our trip and not lose any time. Really one of the nicest parks we've stayed at. We would absolutely come here again, and probably make it a destination rather than just a one night stop.

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We had reservations to stay here for one night, passing thru. We didn't want to have to unhitch. We got to the campground, and there was no one in the office. The park was practically empty, so we figured we'd pick a spot and pay in the morning. It appears that the entire park is on a slight incline, so after trying several spots in different parts of the park, we found that we wouldn't be able to get even close to level without unhitching. The park itself seemed a little sad. However, it had just rained, which didn't help - lots of large puddles in the gravel. Main roads were cement, sites were deep gravel. No trees, except around the edges. It did appear that the restrooms and event building looked very nice. We ended up leaving and going to an local competitor with ZERO regrets. It looks like they now require advance payment - we were lucky! We would not stay here again.

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Very friendly at check-in, nice small store. Older campground, but well maintained. Spots are a little tight, but we were able to stay hitched up. Pretty area, with fireflies at night. Noise from interstate was absolutely not a problem. The biggest issue was that we were unable to get Verizon phone access. We were able to text people, and we did receive one call (when we were out for a short walk), but we were unable to call out. There are lots of trees, so satellite reception may be an issue at some spots. The sewer location was a little awkward for our set-up - we ended up using their dump the next morning.

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This is a very small park, easy to get to. We were just staying one night, so I had asked the owner for a pull-thru. He had one ready for us when we got there, so we didn't have to unhitch. The site was fairly level gravel. We were able to get Dish and Verizon wifi was no problem. No cable, no internet. They have one washer and dryer available for use for free! No problems with hookups. We would stay here again.

     

Rusk KOA

Rusk, Texas

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Very long pull-thru, which was nice. No trees except around the edges. Pricey, as all KOA's seem to be, but not much competition. We would stay here again.

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Beautiful park, very private spots, all back-in. Pads are level concrete, but are not very wide. We were parked in the middle of the pad and could just barely get our slideouts out without hitting brush/trees, and we had to step onto dirt from the trailer steps. Nice picnic table. Hookups were at the rear - VERY high water pressure! No problems with electric. Very few sites have sewer, but there is a good dump station. Sites vary greatly in length - check the website for specifics. We were in 26, which allowed us to park our 34 ft trailer and have the truck parked in front with no problem. This site did not allow us to hook up our Dish (too many trees), try 20 if that's important. We did get decent OTA from Austin. Be aware that if you're going east on 21 when you leave, the turn onto 21 will be a bear - it's a divided road with trees in the middle, so no way to see if traffic is coming, and the divided area is about enough for a car - no more. Going west is no problem. The rate includes the reservation fee ($6) and the $5 per day per person fee, payable at the CG. Be aware of snakes - saw a 3 foot one on the road while riding bikes!

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We agree with previous posters about all the good things - double wide, level pads, trash pickup at site, beautiful lake with path, nice pool area. We were here for a rally, and the facilities were excellent. However, we backed up to Frost Rd (Hwy 63) and it is extremely loud! I have no idea where all the large trucks, etc. were going, but they started around 4:30 am and went until quite late. We would only stay here again if we could be guaranteed to be away from the road.

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This is a very nice resort - excellent rally facilities (rate is rally rate), although there didn't seem to be any effort to put all rally attendees together. Very nice pools and hot tubs. Beautifully manicured lawns. Very few shady spots. Back-in spots may not allow you to stay hooked up, but pull-thru's are plenty long. The freeway noise is fairly significant, 24/7. The Wi-Fi was not good at all - constantly dropping the signal. The area is not great for Verizon Mifi - you only get 3G, although cell phone reception was fine. (That's true of Kerrville in general). We would stay again (for a rally only).

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We just stayed here one night, but we will be back. Beautiful location on the river. Close to downtown: restaurants are within walking distance. We were able to stay hooked up with no problem. Very nice pool area. Very quiet. Staff was very friendly.

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We enjoyed our stay here. A very pretty setting on two lakes, with nice walking paths around. The spots are extremely wide. Lots of day people in fishing. Excellent cable. We had a very nice dinner over at the Hard Rock. The train did not bother us at all (although we were as far away from it as possible). My main complaint was the dust. Pretty much everything were dirt roads, and the dust was pretty intense. It would really help if they graveled the areas. Not too far into town. Staff was friendly. Excellent security: 24 hours.