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We stayed one night in a 42' towing. The park is easy in and out and close to I40. Fairly quiet. Main problem is the sites are very tight, but long enough for us. Our picnic table was under the neighbors slide. The other neighbors was under ours. Many long terms, but not overly trashy. When checking in we were offered a box for cable. We had satellite and did not need the box. The nice lady in the office seemed relieved. Overheard another camper telling her he was returning the box as it was too much trouble to use. She apologized, it's not her fault. Big pro is the large off leash dog park.

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We requested a satellite friendly site and ours had trees in it. We stayed toward the back and did get reception. In defense of the campground they did offer to let us look at other sites. The dog park is wonderful! Two very large grassy runs side by side. Our dogs loved it. The real problem we had was the noise from the trucks/jake brakes as the interstate was close by. We'd stay again in a pinch.

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Site was very wide and had nice grass on both sides. Perfect for satellite reception. Quiet, interstate was about a mile away. Easy in and out. Laundry was ok, although the machines were quite old (olive green!) Definitely would stay again if in the area.

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We are 42' towing. We had a very long pull through. We were guided to our site, given 2 home made muffins and told our first bundle of firewood would be free. The campground is very easy on/off from I80. Had the campground almost to ourselves. The only noise was from the trucks passing the campground and it was not bothersome. We would definitely stay again if in the area.

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In the fall they don't take reservations and advise you to just come in. The office is closed until 3:00. There is a park map on the door, pick a spot and come back to pay. We got there in the early afternoon so had had our choice of spots. We were in site 25, easy in/out, 50 amp and satellite friendly. We were 42' and towing. The park did fill up by evening so keep that in mind. Long term sites are around the perimeter. We would definitely stay again when passing through.

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Sites are tight, but site 20 was ample for our 42'. Trees toward the back of our site still allowed us to use our satellite. The pool was nice, had one foot deep shallow end up to five foot at its deepest. Quite a few seasonals, well taken care of. Decent playground as well. We also rented the deluxe family cabin, site 79, complaints about the comfort of the beds. A/C could be a little better as well. Overall this campground isn't bad, just tight.

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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.