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We spent six days at this park. There was an additional $16 charge as electricity is metered and is NOT part of the rate. The wifi was essentially useless. The check in was painfully slow. We blew past the entrance every day as there is no identifying sign until you are on top of the park. Now for the good parts - the staff was very friendly, the pool was nice, they had movie night with free popcorn in the social room. The utilities were placed better than most parks. Propane is available on site. there is adequate space between sites. The sites are flat and have a 8 x 10 concrete pad and picnic table. Bring your own fire pit if you want a fire. The laundry was very clean. The cost was $1.25. The park is centrally located to everything in the area. While I liked the staff, I would choose the state park the next time.

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The park is very clean. The staff is friendly. Its right off I10 and is convenient to the Farmers Market, Mesilla village, and shopping. Its 45 miles to El Paso and maybe 50 miles to White Sands Nat'l Monument. The wifi and cable worked well. I don't think I would come back again though because our slide out was three feet from our neighbor's. We faced opposite directions but this is my first time in ten years of RVing that I stayed in a "resort" that shoved two 35' RVs towing together like this. When the neighbor dumped his tank we could smell it inside our RV for the next thirty minutes. Very disappointing. I would only return if I was assured this wouldn't happen again. I don't expect this in a $44 resort.

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This is a very convenient park from which to visit the missions, River walk, Alamo, and Traders World. As others mention, you can take a bus downtown. We drove our car and it only took 15 minutes through town. We left downtown at 4:30 and got back in twenty minutes using 536 once we got a few blocks from the parking deck. We parked at Houston parking garage on the corner of Houston and Navarro. The cost from 10:00-4:30 was $9. It was two blocks to the Riverwalk. The campground has some permanents that are well maintained. The road at the entrance was very easy to get in and out. Going to Military Dr. will get you to Home Depot, WalMart, lots of stores and restaurants. Make sure you have a regulator for the water. The pads are concrete and level. I would have given it a Te but they wouldn't take the PA discount for the one day due to it being "prime season". I could have understood this if all the sites were full. As it was there were at least fifteen or more empty sites. We felt safe here. Make sure they tell you how to get to the park - don't follow your GPS.

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This is a hard park to rate. The laundry ($1) is great, free breakfast, pool, exercise room, playground all are top notch. The staff is friendly, and the location is good. (if heading west use exit 847 as Garmin is wrong). The sites are concrete and level. My complaints is that I felt like we were in a parking lot. There's no trees; its just row after row of sites. There was enough room for slides on each side. It makes a great overnight stop or park to spend a couple days in while touring the area. Keep in mind there is no privacy.

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The Perfect park for touring New Orleans. The water and electric are conveniently located. The concrete pads are lower in the back but not too bad. The sites are spacious. The park is relatively quiet. The best part is the convenience to the city. It's about 15 minutes to the WWII museum. Hop on 90, cross the river, get off on the right at the second exit (Camp St) are you are there. Going to the French Market? Take 90 over the bridge, get on I10E and get off to the right at the Esplanade exit. Turn right and go all the way down to the end and turn right on Decatur. We parked behind the Market and had no traffic problems at all. Or, as others suggest, you can take the ferry. We had no problems getting in and out by car though. This park is perfect for what we wanted. I highly recommend it over any other park in New Orleans. This park is safe, secure, and has a park patrol. The only thing missing are sewer hookups.

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We found this park online and chose it because they said they had pull thru sites. They're not really pull thrus. There are sites where the first RV pulls in and a second pulls in behind it. The utilities are not perfectly placed but adequate. The spacing between spots are the same. The pads are short in the "pull thru" spots. It is a gravel parking lot with unlevel concrete pads. The wifi is useless. We came down the road and thought the entrance came first. Wrong. It was a dead end road. We had to unhook the car and dolly which was very frustrating. If you need a place to stay, it works for an overnighter but the rates are high for what you get. I would stay elsewhere next time.

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Excellent park! The sites are concrete with a slab for your extra vehicle. There are concrete tables, fire rings, grills, and a pedestal for your gas grill. This park is laid out well. It has water and electric hookups and just a class park. If they had sewer I would have given it a ten. This is the best CIE I have been to.

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I did a lot of research and the options are few on I40 from Nashville to Memphis. I chose this park based on reviews on this site. This is a nice, convenient park. I was happy with the staff. The site was level and the utilities worked well. The park was quiet and there is a gas station down the road that is perfect for RVers towing. It was amazing - the park actually has GOOD wifi! I would definitely stay here if I come back this way again.

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I am not a KOA fan, but this park is convenient, clean, spacious (for a KOA), friendly, and has flat sites. The amenities are nice. The staff was very friendly. The only complaint is that we heard planes all night. I live within 7 miles of an airport and am on a flight path, so I'm used to the noise. The planes did not make this park a deal breaker but I want it to be known. I would stay here again.

     

Evergreen Park

Dundee, Ohio

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This is a nice park with lots to do nearby. The glass enclosed pool and hot tub are awesome. The laundry and bathrooms are excellent. The store is better than most. The sites are 50 amp full hookups. The resort is very well maintained. The hookups are near the back and could be troublesome for some. I would rate the park a ten if the sites were more level and larger. This is one of the most expensive campgrounds we have camped at for a short term stay but we will likely return again; just not as often as we would if the price were 15-20% lower.

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This is a small park with a lots of campsites for tents but only five or six pull thrus for motor homes or trailers. There is 50 amp with water and sewer hookups. Each site has a table. DirectTv was assessable but you can't get a signal on an antenna. The grass was a bit long but we have had a rainy spring. There is a lake with lots of slides/toys for swimming. On Saturday Night a band played in a tent. They were quite good. The best part about this park is the access to ATV trails nearby. You can rent machines to ride the trails. And the trails are awesome! Some are challenging. The campground isn't wonderful but the amenities and activities nearby make for a nice mini vacation.

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This is another nice Ohio State park. We were on an electric hookup site in the first culdesac. It was a great spot! There was ample room between sites. Each site has a fire ring and table. We got several channels on the antenna. AT&T service was good. There are a lot of pine trees that provide shade. It was in the mid 90s the four days we stayed and the humidity was extreme so we didn't check out the area much. We will definitely stay again but will get a site in the circle because there aren't many sites that can accommodate a 35' RV with a tow vehicle.

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We spent five days on a full hookup 50 amp site with a concrete patio. The site had ample room for our 35' and tow. The utilities were convenient and there was a reasonable amount of space between sites. Our site had a concrete patio, picnic table, and fire pit. The wifi worked well sometimes; sometimes not so good. The store had essentials as well as pizza they can deliver to your site. This section of the park is newer and has only small trees at the site. Trees line the back of the sites though. The center road is for pull thrus. We paid $41 for an hour pontoon boat rental and rode around the lake. It was VERY convenient to all things Cincinnati as it was 3 miles S of I275 inside the loop. For a park inside a city, this park felt like you were in the country. One complaint: There is an older 30 amp section too. We moved to this area during the weekend. The sites were closer and we had a rude neighbor that had eight cars spend the weekend. Half of these visitors parked on our site. Next time I will tell the VIP about excessive neighbors who don't respect other peoples' site.

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How frustrating! KOA campgrounds have deteriorated so we depend on reviews to sort out the bad ones. Reviewers missed the mark on this park!. The park sits less than a block from VERY busy railroad tracks. It was extremely frustrating. Last night we counted eight whistling trains in a two hour period. This is the noisiest park we have stayed at in ten years of RVing. The sites are too close, the fire pits are either inches from the water/electric hookup or within two feet of your neighbor's Rv. Your picnic table is only a foot from your neighbor's sewer hoses. I do not feel this should be labeled big rig friendly. There are long term RVers here who have no respect for visitors. Our neighbor (long-term showed up at 8 pm and slammed trailer, truck, and storage doors until nearly 11 pm. He was back up at it at 7 am. It didn't stop until 10 am. Yes, the owners are friendly and there are amenities, but these perks don't make up for the noisy environment at a premium price. We were here a week but won't be back. KOAs' days of charging top prices for great experiences are no longer a reality.

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We spent five days on a full hookup 50 amp site with a concrete patio. The site had ample room for our 35' and tow. The utilities were convenient and there was a reasonable amount of space between sites. This section of the park looks newer as there were only small trees at the site. Trees line the back of the sites though permitting evening shade. The center road offers concrete pull thrus. We paid $41 for an hour pontoon boat rental and rode around the lake. It was VERY convenient to all things Cincinnati as it was 3 miles S of I275 inside the loop. For a park inside a huge city, this park felt like you were in the country. One complaint: There is an older 30 amp section too. We moved to this area during the weekend. The sites were closer and we had a rude neighbor that had eight cars spend the weekend. Half of these visitors parked on our site.Next time I will tell the VIP about excessive neighbors who don't respect other peoples space.