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I have very mixed feelings about this park. If you are a big rig (40 ft & over) I suggest that you take a ride in your towed vehicle and check out your site before accepting it. We were "escorted" to our pull-thru site (#12). After negotiating a terribly tight corner we arrived at the lake next to a busy boat ramp, the beach (?) and the boat rental. The sewer hookup was unusable regardless of the length of your hose due to location and we found it necessary to back our 45' motorhome up the steep hill in order to get out of the site because of tight turns & trees. We later found many acceptable sites which we could have occupied. Personnel in the office were not friendly nor were they knowledgeable about what size rigs can negotiate their very tight roads. Much of the park is park models. It is very treed so we had no satellite. I believe that we would have rated this park higher had personnel been more attuned to the needs of their customer. The $30 rate was an out-of-season rate.

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Our 45 footer fit into the only pull-thru in the park. The grass is nice and the place looks clean, except for the slimy pond. No sewer. Good overnight stop while seeing Green Bay. Playground looks nice for the kids. Good 50 amps; Wi-Fi. We had to maneuver around on the site in order to get satellite.

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This is a very quiet, well run RV park. They cheerfully greet you when you check in and do anything they can to make your stay a positive one. There are sites with shade and sites without. Our open pull-through was just long enough for our 45 foot motorhome but they had extra parking very close by for our towed vehicle. Sites are level, gravel and have grass. Roads are slightly narrow but manageable and sites are angled for easy turning. Good Wi-Fi. Good location that is 1 mile from town on the quiet side of the peninsula.

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This is a nice small park. The sites are long & wide and level, have 50 amps, but do not have water & sewer. They do have a clean dump station. It is clean & quiet and has walking & biking trails. It is a good place to stay when visiting Madison which is only 5 miles away.

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This is an urban park. If you choose the "A" row you will have grass at the rear of your site and be the farthest from the street. The hookups are double therefore it will be one pull-in site next to one back-in site in row A. Be sure that you get the type you require. We chose A-10 which is a pull-in and it made it very nice & private as we were facing away from the park toward our grass. The other sites are pull-through on concrete and they too go in opposite directions. The sites are large, have good 50 amps and the park is very clean. I do not think this park is busy except during an event. This location is excellent for visiting Milwaukee and the surrounding area.

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What a great spot along the Mississippi River! Our site has an awesome view of the river. Easy internet reservation. Some of the lots will be difficult to back into with a big rig due to trees or poles, but our lot was great and 80 ft long. No water or sewer but 50 amps and view & grassy lots make up for it. Level concrete pad. We had satellite service but some lots will not. Price reflects National Parks Senior Pass.

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Great park for an overnight or while visiting the area. We stayed 2 nights on a long pull-thru with FHU (50 amp service). Lots of grass and well maintained. Quiet farming area with friendly service. Follow the "truck signs" behind the building when you pull in and you won't get caught in the middle of the gas station.

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This city park sits on the banks of the Missouri River. The sites are large, level, have a concrete pad, picnic table and lots of grass. All are back-in. There are walking/biking trails adjacent to the park. Reservations are easily made on-line. 50 amps is available on a very limited number of sites. There is water but no sewer. The dump station if convenient and clean.

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This is an absolutely beautiful park overlooking a lake. The sites are clean, large, level, paved, 50 amp service. Reservations are easily made on-line. The reason this is rated only an 8 is because there is no water hook-up and the dump station is not in the campground. It is approximately 2 miles away. There are lots of trees but we were able to receive satellite service. Good cell service. If not for the dump station location this would be an excellent facility. This time of year the park is empty, and we had a great time walking the dog and enjoying the birds and rolling hills. Close to Lincoln but out in the country. Follow the directions on the park's website for easy driving on paved roads to the park.

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Very quiet small park close to Hutchinson and Salt Mine Tour. Self check-in but manager is available by phone. Wide gravel street, some gravel on pad, grass & newly planted trees. Good drainage as we had a lot of rain and all is well. Full hookups, with 50 amp service and good Wi-Fi. This is a very underutilized park that people are missing out on. The town is Amish with farms surrounding it. It is away from the city but still close by to see the attractions. It has no pool or playground, but it is a nice clean park in a good location. We really enjoyed our 3 nights here in Yoder.

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This park is extremely clean, each site has grass (no dirt) and a concrete slab. Roads are wide and pull thrus are easily accessible for big rigs. We were here during a terrible storm and they have excellent drainage in the park. They also have a very large Storm Shelter and allow pets into the Shelter. That came in handy as the Shelter was used by some of the residents yesterday. Personnel was very helpful especially during the storm. Location is good; right off I-135 at Exit 1A. Signage is not the best but you turn left at the first traffic light west of the expressway. We have enjoyed our stay here and will definitely return.

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This is a different type of RV park. I believe that it was once a mobile home park but now has become an RV park. There are still some mobile homes but the majority of the park is RVs that are here permanently. Because it was a mobile home park the sites are large, grassy and have concrete patios. It is well kept and extremely quiet. The transient sites that they have are very long pull-throughs (ours was 150 ft). There are lots of trees (even nesting eagles) but the site was satellite friendly. The people are very nice and extremely helpful. The location is great. It is within walking distance to the bike trail on the Arkansas River and only 5 miles from downtown Tulsa. Utilities were all good and streets are wide. We enjoyed our stay at this park and will return again.

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The streets are very wide, the pull-thrus are long and angled for easy access, and the utilities are appropriately placed. There is some mud due to spotty grass on some sites but they are working hard to get it all filled in. When coming from the east on I-40 it can be a little confusing. Exit 138 has been moved so you exit 138/139. The sign saying Exit 138 is missing at this time so it appears that you are taking exit 139. Take exit 139 and follow the Mustang Rd signs. If you miss it, as we did, take exit 137 and go around the block. The turn into the Service Drive is immediately past I-40 and very sharp but doable. The sites are satellite friendly and everything is very clean. They have storm shelters. I did not find the office personnel particularly friendly or helpful but they were efficient. Location is very good. It is a quick fast drive to downtown OKC.

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We were pleasantly surprised with this park as it was the alternative since the Vineyards is closed. The park is right on I-35 East which is a little noisy, if that bothers you. The front of the park is transients; the back is very permanent. Our site was treed but we were able to have satellite service. They have a great grassy area in the front which is nice for the dog. Everyone was very nice & accommodating. I would not want to have a lot toward the back, but the front is fine. This is NOT an RV resort like the Vineyards, but it is a convenient, clean place to spend a few days while visiting Dallas. They even have an RV & car wash!

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What a great surprise to find this nice park just outside of Abilene! The sites are huge - 150 ft feet long, all pull-through, with 50 amp service. Nice grass on each lot. Very quiet and neat and clean. The road here from I-20 must have been improved since previous reviews because it is smooth & perfect for our 45' motorhome with tow. We definitely have no complaints about this park!