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This is a very solid KOA, close to Six Flags St. Louis, with a very friendly, helpful staff. Check-in was easy. We were placed in a gravel pull through and guided to the site. Good thing we were as the sites were not well marked and you could easily pull into the wrong one. It was a little off level, but everything functioned correctly. Site was a little overgrown, grass all around the park was not too long, but was due for a cutting. We stayed midweek to visit Six Flags for a convention, did not spend much time in the campground during the day. At night it was very quiet, even with the highway close by, I didn't pick up on much road noise. Bath house was clean and well maintained, and the store was nice and well stocked. Staff was both friendly and very knowledgeable of local attractions. Would stay again if in the area.

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Visited this campground for a few nights to visit Adventureland and the surrounding area. I pulled in with no reservations but they had no trouble placing me right where I wanted, by the walkway to the park, so it was just a minute walk from my door to the park gate. Dated, but clean, well kept campground. Everything functioned well. Site was a bit off level, with a sinkhole to one side, and showed its age. Several sites showed brand new concrete pads, but they seemed to only be as wide as the campers, with drop offs on the edges. All roads and sites are paved, and the park is very well laid out. Bathhouse was very clean but also dated with no climate control. Check-in was a breeze, very friendly staff as well as campers, many of whom are work campers working at the park. Park also had a nice pool and arcade, playgrounds, and dog runs for both small and large dogs. Will stay here again when in the area.

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Great campground for a stopover or to explore the area. Pulled in on a midweek afternoon got the last site available. Very nice, clean facilities, showers were great, with good pressure and hot water. Very friendly staff, a nice store with a few RV supplies. Sites are all pull through, gravel, and level. All utilities worked well, including WiFi. Only downside is the campground is very open, there are only a few young trees. Sites are close, but not too bad, with a grassy area between each.

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The nicest state park campground I have ever stayed in. Beautiful, fairly level, spacious sites, some with tree cover, others in the open. Good electric, but no water at site, and no sewer, though a very nice dump station was available. Even had good wifi at site. Modern, clean bath house. Everything was well kept, nice hiking trails and a swimming lake. Nice new playground. Camp hosts were very friendly. Being that it was just a few miles off the interstate, I used this as an overnight stop, but wish I could have stayed for more. If in the area, I will return.

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There was a time, many years ago, when this was a great campground. That is no longer the case, as it is now run down and in poor shape. Sites are very close together and just unmowed grass, with picnic tables that are falling to pieces. On the plus side, they were at least level. Electric was good but water was terrible, with so much rust in it that it clogged my filter immediately. The showers smelled of the rust as well, I just turned it back off and decided to wait until my next stop. Many, many well established seasonals in this campground. Some keep nice sites, others not so much. Roads were worn down, as was the mini golf course, and parts to a ride were scattered about the tennis courts, which had not seen use in a very long time. The water play area looked nice, the camp store was well stocked and staff was very friendly. Campground is only worth a single night if visiting the amusement park.

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The bath house was the only negative to the stay, it was designed poorly, with little ventilation and no climate control. There was no curtain between the shower and the small changing space, so water splashed into the area onto cloths and towels, and because there was no drain there, it puddled so you were stepping into several inches of water when you came out of the shower. Several showers were broken and out of order for our entire stay. It also could have used better, more frequent cleaning. All sites are concrete pads, with little shade, though trees have been planted. The site was level and everything worked as expected, and the staff were all very friendly and helpful. The grounds were well cared for and the pool and hot tub were very nice.

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Nice campground for an overnight stop. Site was level with good electric and water as well as a deck to pull up to. Sites are close, as is the highway, so expect noise which is made worse for tent campers as they are closest to the highway. Facilities were clean and well cared for. Nice looking pool and playground, lots of activities. Staff was very friendly and lead me to my site, even though it was only right across from the office. Would stop again if passing through the area.

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Our third weekend of camping in a row took us to Small Country Campground. A pig roast for all campers that weekend is what attracted us, but it turned out to be just some BBQ, that was just OK, and a few sides. They actually ran out of food! People there were friendly, but the campground itself was just OK. They would only honor Passport America on Thursday night, even though their listing shows no weekend restriction, and then because of that one night discount they wanted to charge us for the "pig roast" at 12 a head. They seemed very confused. The sites were OK, the one we ended up in was a decent size pull through with good water and electric. Many sites were very, very close together, most were not even close to level. All sites and roads are gravel, very few pull thru, most are back in sites (we were on a corner, it pulled through across the corner). The bath house was dated but very clean, but showers offered very little hot water. Pool was already open for the season and looked nice, and they had a very nice mini golf course, one of the best I have seen at a campground. I don't know that we would return to this campground.

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As others have said, this is a newer park, and the RV camping is basically in a big gravel field. There are trees, but they are young and offer no shade at all. Hook-ups are water and electric only, no sewer. Sites are gravel and level, everything was in good working order. The restrooms and showers are very nice, modern and were very clean. I noticed they were cleaned several times a day. Staff was very friendly and helpful, even in the rain all weekend. Only real problem we had was getting to the campground. We came in in the early AM dark and as you approach the amusement park you can't see the signs for the campground, the entrance is hidden to the left before the parking lot toll booths, where there is a lit sign. A lit sign on the road would have been very helpful. The main reason for visiting is the amusement park, but this is a good jumping off point for other local attractions, and the campground itself has activities as well. On our visit they had a Mothers Day pancake breakfast that was excellent. Overall it is a bit pricey for a W/E site, but still a nice place to stay and we plan to return.

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Just stayed for a very quick overnight while on the way south. Did not see the campground in the day light, but can say the bath house, while dated, was clean and well maintained and the woman I spoke to on the phone was very pleasant. I was also pretty dark and very quiet. Sites seemed close from what I could tell, but campground was not busy. Price reflects Passport America rate.

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Second review of this campground, my last stay was more then a year ago. Not much has changed since then, the campground is well maintained, clean and very functional bath houses, and very friendly staff. Price remains very high for an electric only site, but you are paying for convenience to the amusement park. Our site was fairly spacious, shaded, and level, but not all sites are the same. Roads are paved but tight. It is the perfect campground for visiting the park, which is outstanding.

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We decided on the spur of the moment to take a quick little camping trip this weekend and went to Aquia Pines, which is the only campground in the nation to have its own brewery onsite, Wild Run Brewery, and they are very good to boot. The campground itself is an older campground, mostly tight and wooded, very hilly and can be difficult to maneuver around, with gravel roads and pads. There is an open area for larger RV's. Some seasonals, all were well kept. Site was fairly level, but others were way off and people had to use a lot of blocks to level. We wanted just a W/E site, but the water was not yet turned on for the season (the campground is open year round) so were put on a full hookup site that had water for the same price. Bathrooms were dated, in need of a fresh coat of paint, but were very clean, which is what matters most to me. WiFi was excellent at our site. Nice size playground, pavilion and pool, though the later was closed. The campground sits between Route 1 and I-95, so lots of road noise, especially in the back closer to I-95 (and that is with a sound barrier there). We were toward the front of the campground and it was not too bad. Very friendly staff and owner. We enjoyed our stay and plan to return.

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Twin Grove was once an amusement park, closed many years ago, it has been reborn as a large, well maintained and operated campground. It actually still has a carousel and ferris wheel, along with several pools with water slides, playgrounds, and even an 18 hole disk golf course. I spent several February nights here, in the snow. It was quiet, off season camping, and my site was plowed and ready for me when I got there, and it had good hookups. Sites are gravel and decently spaced. There are some seasonals, most of them were very well kept. Only one bathhouse was open for the season, it had very clean single toilets with a shower stall that were very spacious. The on site restaurant was closed for the season, but the camp store was open and well stocked. Overall, a very nice campground that I would like to return to when there is not as much snow on the ground.

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Third review of this campground. It is pretty much the same as our visit in July, except they have now upgraded the wifi to cover the campground. It seemed to work well from the site. Everything else said before still applies, nice, quiet little campground, very friendly people, not too far from Williamsburg, overall an excellent place to stay.

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This is a really nice campground, open year round, they had nice, level sites, a bunch of cabins, good, well stocked store, nice pond and a nice looking pool. Sites are gravel and mostly close together, some premium sites had nicer fire rings and patios. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Bath house was very clean and looked fairly new. Only problem was low water pressure, so it took forever to get hot water, and then it wasn't very hot. It is not too far off I-95, far enough to get away from the road noise, and down a winding road to get there. You could occasionally hear a very distant rail line, but you had to listen for it, otherwise very quiet. Overall a great experience.