VegasVagabonds

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Retired husband and wife with Aussie terrier and Jeep Rubicon toad. Long trips in the summer to escape the Vegas heat. Future plans include Canada, Alaska and the northern states.

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Very frustrating arrangement of sites. Some have sewer, others don't. You have to choose between 30 amp with cable or 50 amp without cable. Satellite unlikely at most sites. We could not get it. Most sites are dirt but some have pads, but they are small and except for one 30 amp site (292), only offered on 50 amp sites! We could not get both sets of jacks on the pad in our 43' motor home. There is WiFi, which works well, but it is not available at the sites, only at the general store and pavilion. Huge park, mostly seasonal/2nd homes that are very well kept. Main roads are paved but some of the side roads leading to sites are not and parking your RV is a little challenging. The check in area is really tight. You basically stop in the road, hop out, go to a small security booth to pay and get instructions, and hope no one else comes in behind you. Restrooms are very nice. 25 cents per five minutes for showers, which are huge. Great amenities for the kids and the grounds are kept up nicely. Lots of grassy areas. Staff was very friendly. Thursday dinner and Sunday breakfast offered at the pavilion. Check website for directions. GPS and Google did not offer the best route.

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Nice location about 3 miles from East Lyme with easy access on and off I 95. Plenty of space at registration area. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Roads are gravel and getting in and out of sites is easy. Sites are gravel, level and very spacious. Lots of shade trees but still able to get satellite. Had trouble with 50 amp service in site 34, which is also right next to restroom. Bad switch. Staff was very helpful and replaced with another, which also went bad. Decided to move to new site and it was fine. Cable was very good and WiFi for most part was awesome. Restrooms were very clean. Showers cost a quarter per 7 minutes. Nice creek, ponds and pool.

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Quiet park and very nice grounds. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Sites were located at top of a long somewhat steep hill. They actually ask you to go 20 mph so you have enough momentum to make it to top. The pull thru sites were long and level enough for rig but sloped off on the end. Gravel sites. Some trees but no landscaping and very little grass if at all between sites. Ours gave way a bit during rain and a couple jacks sunk about three inches. Utilities worked fine. WiFi was very good but had to log back on often. Cable was good. Restrooms were clean but found it strange they have glass screen doors so little privacy in the wash-up area of the restroom. Nice laundry room.

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The campground is huge, probably a mile from one end to the other. Majority are seasonal residents in park models and converted trailers. Very few sites suitable for big rigs. Very forested. A few sites had gravel but most, including ours, were native dirt/sand. Very messy. No satellite reception. Cable was good. Utilities were good. Can't recall about the WiFi. Restrooms were plentiful and very nice. Staff was friendly but not very knowledgeable. Laundry was nice but seemed expensive at $2.50 a load but must say we rarely use laundries so not sure. Lots for the kids with lake, huge pool, cafe and fishing ponds.

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You'll pay for electric as well as the daily charge, or at least we did for a week stay. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and pretty level. Sites are not well spaced. Some are very tight, others are better. Fire rings nice idea but in tight sites the fire ring is about two feet from slides of neighboring rig. We didn't appreciate the flames and smoke so close to our rig. We couldn't get satellite and it's really hit or miss depending on what site you're in. Our fire ring was full of corn cobs and cigarette butts and we needed to ask office to clean it out. Restrooms were clean but soap dispensers didn't work in men's room. Nice pond and fountain. Staff was friendly. Quiet for the most part, tucked way off residential road and over a mile from interstate. WiFi was really bad. Cable was good.

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If you go here knowing about no cable or wifi (although there was supposedly wifi at the country store), then it's a great park. Would highly recommend site 17, a back in site but a huge corner site next to lake and very level. Many sites were not level. Sites are spaced very nicely. Little shade. Beautiful lake. Lots of gnats but no Mosquitos. Restrooms very nice but long walk. Utilities and antennae reception were great. Roads are wide and majority of sites are back in. Great country store. Staff was friendly.

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A huge park in every respect, with even more cabins and a lodge under construction. A bit pricey but I guess you pay for the location and the park does have a lot to offer. Convenient for seeing D.C. but still quite a drive with all the traffic. Very friendly staff and very geared to providing a great D.C. experience. Lots of amenities including two pools, cafe, small exercise room, game room and miniature golf. Park is so large they have a tractor shuttle providing a ride to your site. Sites are level and gravel. The roads are paved. Utilities work well. Great cable and outstanding WiFi. Very clean restrooms. Only complaint is they turned our water off to fix a water line and didn't tell us. Gated access in and out of park. Access to park off the freeway is a bit congested and you need to pick your lanes carefully.

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Really not worth the price but not a lot of options in the middle of nowhere. Staff was very friendly and escort service to site helpful as layout a bit confusing. Roads and sites gravel. Sites somewhat level. Utilities good. Our pull through had an elevated, fenced patio with swing, above ground fire pit and BBQ. Restrooms were clean. Registration queue a bit tight.

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A real gem. A bit far from Knoxville but perfectly situated for visiting the national park. Right on the bank of the French Broad River. Immaculate in every way. Small and quiet. Beautifully landscaped and maintained. Beautiful swimming pool overlooking river. Laundry and bathrooms beautiful and spotless. Staff was super friendly. Nice lobby area. Level concrete pads and great utilities.

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Beautiful park with lots of amenities. Paved roads and sites with lots of grass and shade trees. Utilities worked well. Park is a little hilly and many sites were not level. Staff was helpful and friendly. Restrooms were clean. Easy access from highway.

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Very nice RV park but no reason to charge almost $60. Easy access on highway frontage road. Nice registration area and friendly staff. Lots of amenities. Level gravel sites. Utilities worked well. Restrooms were clean.

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Right next to Graceland but a bit of a drive to downtown Memphis. Entrance signage is a bit hard to see on the busy boulevard so drive slow and be on the lookout. Staff was very friendly. Roads are paved and a bit tight. Sites are gravel and level. Utilities worked well. Bathrooms are clean.

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We pulled in for the night on our way to Memphis. Tight entryway. No one was in the office at 2 p.m. and no registration packets waiting for you. Just a note saying fill out the form and find a spot. Roads were very muddy from earlier rain and a little tight for big rigs. Sites were not well marked and were dirt. Water connection was below ground in a valve box under six inches of water. Restrooms were old but clean. Would not stay here again.

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Nice park but a bit run down. Roads and sites are gravel. Our pull thru was very long. Fence separators. Patio and picnic tables. Sewer connection way in the back and needed extension to get to it. Restrooms were very clean. Staff was very helpful. Nice store.

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Really nice park. We stayed in newer section. Very large and spacious paved sites but no shade. Older section has more shade but gravel sites. Staff is awesome. Restrooms are beautiful. Free continental breakfast. Utilities were very good. Level sites. Easy access via highway frontage road.