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This is nothing fancy, but a good place to get off the road for the night. Good signage getting to the park. Once inside the park the roads are poor, potholes, sand/dirt. We had a long pull through on grass. Utilities were good because the sites were back ins converted to pull throughs. Other reviews are correct, not much maintenance going on here. Pool is not usable and probably hasn't been for some time. Leaves need to be raked up, but overall it's a good enough place to stop for the night. We would stay again if passing through.

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Stayed one night in a very long pull thru, right across from the fenced dog park. Very handy for us to let the dogs run. Our site was wide enough and very long. Easy in and out for our 42-footer plus toad. Would stay again for an overnight, but not a destination by any means.

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Very clean and quiet. People are friendly. Lots of planned activities, shuffleboard, pickle ball, pool, horseshoes. Hookups are in a good location. Don't let the number of park models dissuade you. Roads are all paved as are most of the sites. Some of the are not double concrete and the unit is parked on the grass with a nice concrete patio/driveway. The sites are some of the most spacious we've seen. Will return in a heartbeat.

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This is a wonderful campground right on Lake Livingston. It's quiet and peaceful, the sites are paved, have fire rings and picnic tables. We stayed in site 12 in a 42' MH and had room enough to park our toad in front. We will stop here every chance we get.

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We stayed in one of the long concrete pull thru sites. The concrete roads are a little narrow as are the concrete sites as far as making a good swing into the site. The drivers side rear tires and toad tires were a mess after being off the concrete pad. After looking around at other sites, this seems to be a common occurrence, many sites were rutted up. There was standing water visible in various places as well. That being said we would still stop here if passing through. It's very accessible from the interstate. We camped here in a 42' MH.

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This is a new RV park. The office/club house is very nice. All of the sites are concrete with grass in between. Some of the grass hasn't filled in completely yet. The only negative is trying to find it. Even while checking in the lady at the desk agreed it is problematic. From westbound I40 take exit 139. Take a left turn to cross over the interstate and turn right just before Braums. The turn comes up quick. Would be a 10 if the directions were correct. We would definitely come back. We were in a 42' with toad.

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We made this our "home base" for visiting the Colorado Springs area. It worked very well. The site was long enough for our 42' MH towing. The site was gravel, with a concrete patio including table and chairs. Would stay here again if in the area. Sites were outlined with rocks, but did not really interfere with anything.

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Easy on and off Interstate/Kansas Turnpike (toll road). Site was long enough for our 42' MH towing. Gravel site with picnic table. Fenced dog run, not all dog owners pick up though. You can hear trains off in the distance, not bothersome though. Would definitely stay again if passing through the area. The deluxe sites are new concrete, have patio furniture and a swing.

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This was a very good park for an overnight. The sites were long enough for our 42' plus toad. The water pressure and 50 amp were good also. Easy on/off the Interstate. Some interstate noise, but it didn't bother us.

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This was a very nice campground for an overnight stay. It was easy on/off I80. Pleasant staff at check in. Long pull through, would like it a little more level, but not too bad. We camped in a 42' MH. High water pressure. Be sure to use pressure reducer.

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Laundry facility was the cleanest we've seen, although small. $1.00 for wash and $1.00 for 45 min dryer. Sites are long and large. Very little shade, but the temps were low while we were there. Hookups worked well. We camped in a 42' MH.

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We stayed one night and were disappointed. There is very little grass, the sites are mostly crushed stone with some shrubbery between sites.The WiFi signal was weak and the cable was iffy. In one laundry room 3 of the four washers were out of order, the same with the dryers. The other laundry room had only one broken dryer. Next time we'll try someplace else.

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Topsail is the best! The sites are very private and beautifully landscaped, with concrete pads. This is a bike lover's dream. Lots of roads to ride on including down to the beach, but as was previously mentioned in another review, there is a slight incline coming back from the beach. Wi-Fi and cable worked well. The tram to the beach runs every 2 hours this time of year. The park also has cabins available for rent. Mark this as a keeper!

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We stayed at this park on our way through Alabama. It was good for an overnight stay. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The laundry was also very clean. There was a full size refrigerator and stove in the customer lounge. The campground is easy to get to from the Interstate and easy to maneuver through the campground roads with our 42' motorhome, towing. We could hear the traffic from the Interstate, but it was not bothersome. We had no problem using the Wi-Fi or cable TV. We were advised when checking in to turn off the amplifer for the antenna to use the cable. We will definitely stay here again.

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This is a nice overnight stop on your way south. Our pull-through site was a little short for our 42" towing motorhome, but the park was very quiet so it was not a problem. The shower/bathrooms were very clean and large. No cable TV. Sites faced the interstate, noise not an issue for us. We will definitely use this park as a stop when heading south.