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Small older campground nestled in many mature trees. The interior roads are gravel and wide enough to get around without problems. The site we had was a level FHU with full shade. The cable TV is just basic but works fine. The WIFI worked well also. The hosts, were very friendly and helpful. The road to the campground is narrow and could be a problem if you met someone going the opposite direction.

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A convenient campground for an overnight stop near the interstate. The sites are gravel and level. The sites are close together and almost not long enough for our 37 ft motorhome and toad, a total of about 54 ft. They offer restrooms/showers and laundry facilities but we did not use them. Each site has 30/50 amp, water, sewer, picnic table and fire ring. The free cable TV worked fine as did the Wi-Fi.

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The check-in staff were very friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel, long and level. Getting in and out of the site and the campground was very easy. There are restrooms / showers available. They offer cable which worked fine but the free WIFI would not work. The campground is in town so not far from shopping and restaurants. It is very near the interstate so there is road noise.

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This is a good overnight stop. The sites are gravel, very long and level. The have 30/50 amp, water and sewer and picnic table. They offered cable TV which worked fine. They also offered free WI-FI but we did no use it. There was restroom / showers and laundry facilities although we did not use any of this. It was very easy to get in and out of the site and campground. The office person who checked us in was very nice and helpful.

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We were very happy with this park. It is uncommon to find a National Park with full hook-up. The site are gravel and level but not long enough to keep your toad hooked-up. There is sufficient room between sites for you not to feel too cramped. No outside wood fires are allowed in the park. They have a grill at each site and an employee comes around each morning and removes the ashes. Trailer Village where we stayed has restrooms but no showers. For a shower or laundry you must go to the Mather campground which is maybe a 10 minute walk. There is a fee for the shower. The staff we spoke with while checking in and for other questions were extremely pleasant add helpful. We recommend Trailer Village to anyone thinking about going to the Grand Canyon. Book early! The campground was full.

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Nice campground. We were in the Coopers Hawk loop which has electric and water. The site we had was long enough to keep our toad attached if we wanted but there is not a lot of room between sites. There was a picnic table and grill/fire pit. There was a wide selection of cable channels but no WI-FI at the campgrounds. There was a restroom/shower house but we did not use them. There is a campground host but only saw him once and waved as he passed on his golf cart. It is easy to get into and out of the park. There is a dump station near the exit to the park. There are numerous trails in different location throughout the park and a place for horseback riding.

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This is a very nice resort. It is very neat and well maintained. The pull-thru sites are paved and mostly level. Most sites appear to have a hump in the middle probably to avoid standing water. If you are using it for just an overnight stop the sites are not long enough to leave your toad attached. The sites along the outside of the park are all gravel. There is no fire pit or grill, but there is a picnic table. They have a nice small pool and hot tub although we did not get the opportunity to try them. They have their own observatory but unfortunately it was not operational while we were there. The roads in and around the park are wide enough to easily get around. There is shopping nearby. It is a block away from a railroad and the trains pass through about every 20 minutes. The cable had only a few channels. The WI-FI worked well. It is a good place to stay if you plan to see the sights during the day and only use the park to sleep.

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Nice small park reasonably priced. Very close to Interstate 25. There is a lot of road noise. This is a basic RV park. They do not have a playground, propane, or camp store. There are trees and shrubs between sites for some privacy. The staff are very friendly and helpful. It is good for just an overnight stop.

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This is a very nice campground. It is about 7 miles off Interstate 40 so there is no traffic noise. We had a site near the lake. The site was paved and on a hill but the concrete pad for the RV was level. There are lots of trees for shade and nice fire pits/grills. Being a state park there is no cable TV or WIFI. Also there were people parking their boat trailers in the sites while they were on the lake so it is not as secure as a private campground. The area we were in was almost empty so it was very quiet.

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We made a reservation several months ago for a gravel site for $28. When we checked in we were given a paved site on the river for $40. It was one of only 3 sites left in the park. It wasn't until later after we were set up that we remembered that we should only have been charged $28. We enjoyed the view of the river so we did not complain. The site was level but when it rained the site flooded. The internal roads are mostly gravel, in good shape and easy to navigate. The riverfront has convenient benches to sit and enjoy the river traffic. The campground was easy to find following the directions on their website.

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This is our second time staying here. The first time was lake side which we did not like. The sites were very close together. This time we got a space on the river. The sites were long and had much more space between sites. We had a mostly unobstructed view of the river. Some sites had trees between the site and the river. The site we had was mostly level. We enjoyed our stay.

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This is a very small basic park. There no one there to check you in. You take whichever campsite you want. There is no pool or playground for kids. There is only 30am electric available. There is water available but not at each site. There is a dump station although you have to block the road out of the park to dump. Their website says that all campsites are on the river but there is a campground road between the campsite and the river. All sites have a cement patio and most have picnic tables. There is a fire ring on the riverbank, across the road from the campsite. The pull thru site we had was long enough for our 37 ft. MH and two other vehicles. It was grass over a base of gravel and was almost level. It is next to a road that we found out is very busy and very noisy. At the entrance of the park you had to descend a short but very steep hill. If your brakes failed you would end up in the river. It served it's purpose as a place to park our MH while we visited the area attractions but we felt it was over priced. We probably would not return.

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The nightly rate at that time was $41. What they didn't tell you, or at least I didn't see it even after returning to the website to check, is that there is a $3.50 online reservation fee. They offer WI-FI but you have to pay $3/day for it. The ladies in the office at the time of check-in were very nice and made us feel welcome. We spent two nights here while exploring area attractions. The campsite is gravel and fairly level. There was a grass area between sites for a picnic table. There was a fire ring but it was at the extreme back end of the site near the road, not near the picnic table. The pull-thru site was long enough for our motorhome and toad, but the campsites are very close together, which is fine if you like to rub elbows with your neighbors, but we prefer a little breathing room. The interior roads were a little narrow. We had no problems but luckily there were no vehicles parked near the road. Despite the high number of golf carts, the campground was not very noisy, possibly because we were camping at the end of Sept when most children would be in school. If we return to this area again we will probably check other campgrounds first, and stay here if we cannot find a different one.

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We stayed at this campground for a week. The sites are all paved and have a paved patio area. There is very little shade so the AC had to work hard. There are tennis courts and swimming pool. The campground is accessible to the public for $1/car so there did seem to be a lot of traffic. The State Park has a section of beach about 3 miles long. There is an access area near the entrance to the campground but unfortunately there is parking for only about 10 vehicles. Since it can be used by the public you have to get there early to get a parking spot. You have to be careful how you park because those arriving later will park behind the vehicles already there blocking them in. This limited parking does ensure that the beach is not very crowded. There is beach access at the State fishing pier and also at a large pavilion. Pavilion parking is $5/car. There is at least one other beach access area that is in Orange Beach between 2 condos. It is a lot more crowded there. The staff in the registration building are all very friendly and helpful. There are well maintained trails around the campground. The have many signs warning of alligators but we did not encounter any.

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We stayed at this park on the way to Gulf Shores, AL and also on the way home. It is a very convenient place to stop for the night and easily accessable from the highway. The gentleman who took our reservation on the phone and checked us in when we arrived is extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are level gravel with full hookup. We did not see any public showers or restrooms available so this is not a good place to stop if you are not traveling in something with it's own facilities. It is a great place to stop for the night while traveling.