sixtires58

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Long-time RVer for 30 years.

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This campground is a hidden gem. Our son-in-law is stationed at Fort Campbell and there aren't many campgrounds close by. We found this one and glad we did. It's right outside gate 10. With the right GPS directions, it's not hard to find. There are two levels to the campground, and upper level probably best suited to smaller rigs (although I did see a few Class As there) and a lower level which is all pull-through sites. We stayed on the lower level. Sites are paved, pull-through and many have shade. It's on the banks of a creek. There is a skeet shooting range nearby, but it was barely noticeable and obviously only operates during the day. The only thing that concerned me was the wooden bridge you have to cross to get to the campground. It's rated 9 tons, although I saw many big rigs in the campground that I know weigh over 9 tons (mine included). Hopefully, that sign is not correct, but just in case I drove over it really fast.

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Super nice campground. It's new, so the trees are rather small, but the sites are nice and level with great amenities. It has a dog run, but it's all gravel (couldn't understand that, dogs need grass). Also, utility connection is at the far end of the site, so my sewer hose would not reach. That was sort of a bad design.

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Great RV resort. So close to the Vegas strip (it's right at the south end). Nice level sites, super clean. The dog park leaves a LOT to be desired in my mind. Dogs need grass, not gravel (they're not cats). Dogs are not allowed to be on the grass, but by the time you walk them the distance to the dog area, they've already done their business. I guess I should have raised them better.

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As far as I'm concerned, if you're visiting San Francisco this is where you want to be. It's right on the ocean, you can't get much closer than that. It basically is just a big parking lot, but there's the OCEAN! It is reasonably convenient to the city and we just drove in from the campground each day. No issues.

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Close to Yosemite, but yee haw the road leading up to the campground gave me some white knuckles. I guess if you're going to Yosemite, that's what you have to do. Campground is a Thousand Trails campground. It's large and very dusty. Sites can be somewhat tight to get into, but it's in the forest so what would you expect. Again, lots of dust.

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It was obvious that at one point this was a KOA park as there are still KOA signs on some of the electrical boxes. Basically, this is a big parking lot. The sites were level and the utilities were fine. They do have a shuttle service that takes you to the casino. The buffet was great! Note, your GPS may not be able to locate the entrance to this campground. Ours told us arriving at destination on the right when in fact it was on the left and we had already passed it. Lots of traffic in the area and turning around is nearly impossible. It's not well marked and even once you enter the property, indecision sets in because there are so many different directions you can turn.

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This park is basically a parking lot. All gravel, no grass or trees anywhere. They do have a small dog park for our furry friends. There are a lot of permanent RVs on site. Services were fine, no problems with power, cable, etc. Reasonable access to the interstate.

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Decent park, close to the interstate and convenient to restaurants. Sites are gravel and it can be a bit dusty. We were in a pull through site next to a fence which separated the park from a hotel, which looked dicey. But, no problems. We'd stay again.

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I've reviewed this park previously, but wanted to update from our latest stay. The park is under new ownership and it appears they are making some much needed improvements to the sites. The pull-through sites in the past needed creative leveling in the past, but they have replaced the gravel and graded them so that they are much more level than before. The wifi worked extremely well and I picked up almost 60 channels on the park cable. It also had a clear picture. Again, the pull-through sites are a bit narrow, but since we were staying with family it was nice being able to face our rigs and put our awnings together. Again, I still say this is the best bet in the Nashville area as the State Park does not have water on each site. Nice wooded area for walking the pups and very nice and helpful owners. They even allowed us to check out late on Sunday for no extra cost. Gotta love that.

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Decent campground. Sites are located fairly close together for the most part and as others have stated are not completely level. Not a problem leveling the RV, though. If you don't have jacks, you could be a bit unlevel. Nice shaded sites. Utility hookups were good and in good locations. Dump station is easy to access. There is a small pond on the property. Open all year with water which was a big plus during this cold winter. I was told the park is under new ownership this year.

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This is a really nice KOA, our second time here. We booked our stay over the Christmas Holidays and the park was packed. I had made our reservations over a year in advance and I'm glad I did. I did have to change my arrival and leaving dates and the park was able to assist. I did have to move sites on the last day, but that was my problem, not KOA. There are a few things that keeps this park from being a 10. The water tastes terrible and seems to have a sulfur smell. I'd recommending bringing drinking water for making coffee etc. Also, the cable does not work well at all anywhere in the park. I was unable to get anything but a grainy signal that seems to be verified by other reviews. I finally put up the TV antenna and was able to pull in many local channels in full HD. The park is very convenient to local restaurants. There is a Walmart and Sam's Club nearby and Camping World is right down the road. It's maybe a 15 minute ride to the Disney Parks. Staff was very friendly and courteous. We did not use the shower houses but the laundry facilities and pool were very nice.

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Hands down, one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. It's fairly new (I was told 4 years old). Sites are concrete pads with patio, nice lighted hookup posts next to the site, everything within good reach. If you have a larger rig, I'd recommend one of the creekside sites as they are larger. There were quite a few 40+ rigs parked in the center loops, and some of them were nearly hanging out in the road. Those ARE pull-through sites but not as nice as the back-in creekside sites. There are also some large trees by the creek that provide some shade. Nice dog walk area. Cable TV worked great, and the WIFI connection was strong enough to stream Netflix. Very close to the strip, and there was a shuttle that stopped at the hotel right across the street if that's your thing. Pool is sort of a kiddie splash type pool, but they are owned by the large hotel across the street and patrons can use their indoor pool for free. We had a very enjoyable stay.

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Great campground. We stayed on site 72 which had a beautiful view of the lake. Large trees for shade. The campground does have a lot of seasonal sites and some of the overnights are sort of like a parallel parking sites which would be difficult for larger rigs. Our site; however, was wonderful and the owners are super friendly and helpful. This is where I'll be next time I come to the LBL to visit. The is a big hill you have to come down upon arrival and also the entrance is a bit confusing as there are several lanes. The two lane entrance has some sinkage and makes for some rock and rolling, so I'd advise coming IN the EXIT.

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This is a really nice park. The sites are somewhat close together, but we had an end spot and it was perfect. As others have stated, there is some noise from I-24, but I sleep with my AC on so I didn't hear a thing. Plenty of area to walk the dogs too. Pool looked inviting and there is a little building next to the pool that had a small kitchen, fridge and sink. It looked like a few groups were having a pot-luck there. Fun stuff. Owners were very nice and helpful. Really good location to Clarksville right off I-24 and close to lots of restaurants, theater's, etc. (Off Tinytown Road). I could not pickup one digital signal off my antenna and there is no cable, so if you don't have a dish, you might want to bring some DVDs.

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I won't rate this park highly. It is primarily geared toward children and they do have a lot of activities for the kids. The sites are not so good. This campground has been around for years and is not designed for today's larger RVs. I had problems with tree branches scraping my roof on several of the streets. We were put on a gravel pull-through site at the bottom end of the park and it just left a lot to be desired. There was a tree on one side and a pole on the right. It was nearly impossible upon leaving to clear both of these. The water pressure was terrible and when taking a shower we had to rely on the pump in the motorhome to get enough pressure to rinse off. The power went out once. It came back on fairly quickly, but there was this moment when I thought I'd have to fire the generator as it was very hot outside. There are a LOT of bicyles and golf carts riding around. If you're looking for a peaceful campsite, this is not the place. If you're looking for a place where kids will be entertained constantly, you've probably found your place.