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This is a very small park with no pool or recreational facilities. However, for our purposes of meeting with friends in the area, it was perfect. The only drawbacks were an extremely tight entrance/exit onto a one lane driveway. We had the camp host go out on the road to keep the driveway clear when we left. There is no wifi but we brought our own. We will use this park again when in the area.

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We have a 40' motorhome with a toad. The only negative for this park is the entrance/exit. The stone pillars are very attractive but make for very tight turns. The curbing shows that everyone has rubbed their tires. The sites for travelers are quite spacious with some open for good satellite and others under the trees for shade. There were few 50 amps available but the weather was cool enough for 30 amp to be adequate. We will return.

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Only 7 sites. Many trees so little satellite. Must be fully contained. Cash only but great price for the area. Great for an overnight as not far off I-75.

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Roads were a little tight for maneuvering. This is an older campground. Friendly staff and campers. Well shaded so only 2 satellites picked up. Small campground but well kept.

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The main problem is finding the entrance. Go about 1/4 mile past the large church and then the campground is on the left. Gravel sites, full hookups, fairly tight. Well shaded if you are here in hot weather. Swampy ground so probably buggy in warm weather. Fine for an overnight. We will stay again.

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The challenge is finding the park entrance. Using the published directions on the website, as soon as you negotiate the 90 degree curve, turn LEFT into the gate in the chain link fence. The sign is on the gate and small. Sites are paved but all slant a bit. Good hookups, some pull-throughs. Clean shower house. Great for an overnight or two. We would stay again. Not too far from I-55.

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We just needed an overnight on our way to Yuma. This was a perfect place to stop. It was easy to get into once you realized that the RV park is behind the Shell gas station. Everything was as advertised except that we were supposed to stop out in the parking lot and go into the Shell station to register and pay and a site would be assigned to us. We parked first and then registered but they did not make us move. Long sites, gravel, level, laundry, wifi. There is a unique gas station/gift shop with lots of neat extras to buy. We will stay here again.

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Great overnight stop when traveling. Open year round, right off Interstate 65. 50 amp pedestals do not work. Shows 50 amps and then changes over to No Service with very little power draw. Good 30 amp service. Owner states “We never have a problem except with the new big rigs.” Level sites, all pull-through. Good Verizon MiFi available. Campground wifi available for $1/night. Friendly owners on site. We have an all electric motorhome. Will stay again but only for overnight travel.

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We stayed at this campground as part of the Amazon Camperforce so our fees were paid by Amazon. This is a small campground that caters to fishermen as it is just .5 miles from the boat launch into Green River Lake. No Verizon phone or data service due to the location. Good electrical hook up but water pressure weak. Free campground Wi-Fi. No office, laundry, or gathering place. Owner only a phone call away for problems. Very friendly and accommodating. Gravel sites, not all level. 40' maximum length. 5 miles to Amazon. Would stay again.