Freedom Bus

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We enjoyed this quiet park located with easy access to the border and Port Huron. We spent several days here and found it to be clean and friendly. The sites are reasonably large and have good 50 amps. They are all back-ins but the road is ample and easy to maneuver our 45 footer. It is definitely a spot that we will return to again.

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We always stay here when visiting Detroit as it is the closest park. There are no private parks in the area. The State of Michigan reservation site is very user friendly and includes a photo of each site. Many of the sites are quite unlevel but all are paved. 30 amp electric is not reliable and be sure to bring an extension cord as it is a long way to the electrical box. Sites are large and the only time it is busy is on the weekends. No water or sewer but dump station is clean & easily accessible. We are a 45 ft motorhome and had no problem maneuvering the campground. Please note that it is not located on Gale Rd as indicated. The campground is located off Teggerdine Rd in White Lake (not Waterford). The beach is located on Gale Rd and is a mile walk from the campground. A State of Michigan Park sticker is required. It is the best place to stay when visiting the area.

     

Pier-Lon Park

Medina, Ohio

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This is a very quiet park with lots of grass, a nice swimming area & playground. We chose a pull-thru which was very long and level with good 50 amps but could use a wider stretch of gravel. Personnel were very friendly and helpful. Note that the office does not open until noon on Sunday. The park is gated therefore you cannot arrive before that time. We will definitely return here when in the area.

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There are 2 tiers to this park. Due to the recent rain we chose to stay on the top where it was firm ground even though we had no sewer. Long level grassy sites with good 50 amps. Very nice personnel. Quiet and a good value.

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Great spot for a couple of days or an overnight stop. Nice long level sites with good 50 amps. Good turning radius in park. Sites have 1 tree each which did not interfere with satellite reception. We would definitely come back here.

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This price reflects a daily rate. We have stayed at this park before and are impressed with the improvements. The narrow entrance drive has been widened to make it easy for big rigs to enter. The new section has long sites which are designed like pull thrus; however, they can accommodate back to back rigs if necessary. The sites in the new section are more spacious than in the original section. Good 50 amps. A block away from US 19 so no road noise. Adult park with no restrooms or pool. Helpful personnel. Great location to see the surrounding area. We actually saw an elk outside our RV!! Best adult spot in Maggie Valley.

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This park is convenient to I-26 but located away from the noise. There are park models in a separate section. The sites are long & flat with gravel and there is grass and a concrete slab with a usable picnic table on each site. Very clean, well kept park with good 50 amps and open sites for satellite reception.

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This is a very nice park in a great location. Our site was 100 ft long and overlooked the lake. It was a gravel/dirt pad which tends to bring dirt in the coach but it was level and there was grass around it. Our section was very quiet. Good 50 amps. One large overhead tree provided some shade but did not interfere with satellite reception. Everything is clean & tidy. This is definitely one of our better KOA stops.

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Perfect spot for an overnight stop along I-95 or for a few days of exploring the area. Long level concrete pads, good 50 amps, grass, very clean. You can use the pool, etc. at the Econo Lodge next door. Good turning radius for 45 footer. The Passport America discount makes it a great value!

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Very clean well maintained park. Short tight spaces with overhead trees which are not exactly big rig friendly, but still the nicest park in the area. Separate parking is necessary for 45 footers. Great location to the beach and the Pinellas Trail for biking.

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What a super way to see New Orleans! No fighting traffic or searching for a place to park while visiting the French Quarter!! Easy on/off of I-10 this park is well managed and well groomed. Every space has pavers & grass. Wide streets with good turning radius. Excellent security. Good 50 amps. We did not use their facilities. Only 2 blocks to the French Quarter.

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This is a very tight entrance. If you are a big rig towing, I suggest that you unhook before you try to turn in front of the office. Trees on both sides. The roads are very narrow and turns are tight. Trees overhead so there is no satellite service. Personnel was not friendly. We had good 50 amp service. Sites are level but not very wide and the trees make it even tighter. The plus for this park is that it is a good location.

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This park is a GREAT value! Well kept, level gravel sites with grass and lots of room between spaces. Nice picnic table. Good 50 amps. Wide driveways that are easy to negotiate with 45-footer. Very friendly personnel. I cannot say enough about this RV park. Easy access off I-10 and far enough way to have no noise. Such a surprise to find this oasis.

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This is the best park in the area. Large gravel sites with concrete patios. There are a lot of permanent residents, but everything is neat and tidy. Office personnel was very friendly and helpful. Good 50 amp service. We could not have asked for more in this area.

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Rayford Crossing is one of our favorite parks. They have long level concrete sites with patio & table. Personnel are very helpful and friendly. Great location out of the commotion of Houston. Grounds are very well kept. Driveways have wide turning radius. No negatives at this stop.