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Stayed here a few days visiting La Crosse because it seemed like the only park in the area with full hookups. The longer we were there, the more impressed we became. Park is mostly well-kept seasonals, most in the trees. They also have nightly full hookup and W/E-only sites, all in the sun. Our full hookup site was wide and flat, with the hookups in the right place. It's the kind of place that is busy on weekends, and pretty quiet midweek. Staff was friendly and helpful. They have a good-sized swimming pond with sand beach. There is a snack shop/bar by the pond that is only open on weekends. Looked like a good place to take kids. I would stay here again. Verizon phone and Internet worked well.

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Very nice-looking campground. They have been putting gravel parking areas in some of the formerly all-grass sites, and we had one of these. Nice and level, and good sized. Young manager (owner's son I think) was very nice and helpful. There are some nice covered picnic shelters in the middle that would be good for family events. There are a number of long-term residents, and most were fine but one good ole boy liked to idle his work truck for excessively long times. Good satellite reception and Verizon cell and internet. Rating could be better if the water pressure was better. It was weak at best, and when they put on the sprinklers it got really bad. Still, not bad enough that I wouldn't come back.

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As others have said, this is a really nice place. Kind of secluded in a great area. The owner obviously works very hard keeping the place looking good and everything working. It is mostly well-kept seasonals but there is an area for transients with 3 long gravel pull-throughs and some grass back-ins. We had a pull-through, and it was long enough to park anything on wheels. He wasn't putting anyone in the grass sites because it has rained a lot, and the ground was really soft. The gravel pads were fine. The transient area is open, so no problem with satellite reception (no shade to speak of either). Utilities were good, Verizon internet and cell worked well. The road into the CG is one lane, but it was not a problem. There wasn't that much activity on it, and the seasonals are used to it - they will get out of the way of an RV going in or out.

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Visit this little gem before it's gone. The campground is for sale as I write this, but still operating. We were the only ones in the CG except for a few seasonal trailers, empty at midweek. It's a nice, average CG in a wonderful location on the banks of the Ohio. Very peaceful to sit and watch the river roll by. It's on the highway, but very little noise. Good water pressure and electricity (50 amp), no sewer hookups. Sites are nice size and level except right on the river bank. I realized after I set up that I was in parts of what was supposed to be 2 back-to-back sites, but the manager didn't care. We met one of the seasonals one evening when he stopped by, and he was a very nice young man who lived nearby. Said the park used to be full with seasonals every summer, but many of them had quit camping. I hope they can keep this place open - it's special.

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We spent most of a week here just because it was so nice. Well-managed and well-maintained park, run by nice people. Most sites are pull-throughs in mostly open area. We had one of the premium back-ins along the edge, which was very wide, with a cement patio, big picnic table, fire ring, grill, and a two-person swing! Had some shade but could still get satellite. The park is far enough from the interstate that you don't get any road noise - very quiet at night. Verizon internet and phone worked well. There are some games and activities onsite, and they have a bowling alley that is supposed to open soon. Pool wasn't open for the season yet. Expensive, as usual with KOA, but the pull-throughs are cheaper, and they are fine also.

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This is an expensive place to stay, but does more than most to justify it. I had a premium pull-through with concrete pad and patio because of the weather forecast. That was a good choice since it rained a lot all week. Sites are spacious and level. The park is visually appealing, with lots of trees. Lots of activities onsite for kids, large pool and splash pad, though the weather was too chilly to try it out. They sell tickets to the historic and entertainment attractions in the office, and most are a short drive from the park. It feels secluded and quiet, even though it is close to town. Cable TV was the best I have had in a campground, crystal clear and lots of channels (to many trees for satellite). The park Wifi even worked well. Verizon internet was weak and occasionally dropped out completely, though phone was OK. Water pressure was a little low, but acceptable. It gets very busy, especially on weekends, so better have a reservation.

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This park is just about what you would expect for a well run ocean front resort, on a weekend in our case. Lots of people, lots of golf carts cruising the roads, some noise. They really try to keep a handle on it, though. The sites vary a lot in size, shade, level, and surface in this large park. Ours was away from the beach, level, shaded and spacious. Be sure to ask for what you need when you book. The office was very busy at check in time, but the staff was pleasant and efficient. Unless you have trouble walking, you can walk to the beach from anywhere in the park. We didn't use the cable TV or wifi. Verizon cell and Internet service was good.

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We spent 5 nights here visiting Savannah because the parks in Savannah and Tybee were full. When I saw this park, I was glad they were full. Sites are much more spacious here than others in the area. There are many seasonals, and those sites are mostly shaded. The pull-throughs for short term are large and level but have no shade. Owners were nice. There is some road noise but it drops off at night. The drive into Savannah is short and easy. I would recommend this park when visiting the area.

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This is a beautiful looking park. Lots of trees and grass but easy to get around. Our site was long, wide, and level, plenty of room for slides. It was quiet at night, despite being close to a highway and railroad track. I only heard one train the entire time we were here (overnight only). Utilities were good. Decent Verizon cell and Internet. There are event facilities on site, there was a wedding and reception going on the night we were there, but there was no noise problem. They are far enough away from the campsites. Service was friendly and efficient.

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Decent older park that needs some maintenance. We had no problems except getting level, and that was doable. A number of sites looked like they have the same problem. OK to stay now but they need to start working on some things. Asphalt roads and concrete pads are starting to crumble. Power pedestal had seen better days but it works. Cable TV was out completely. Verizon signal was weak but usable.

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Basic but adequate. Sites are long and wide but ours was not level - needed blocks under the front wheels. Hookups way at the back. No shade on most sites. It was relatively quiet despite being on highway 61. All in all, not a bad place to stay for a few days.

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Other reviews are right, this park is excellent. Visually very pleasing and well-maintained. My pull-through was paved, level and long enough for any rig. Grass between sites and some trees, though they are young and not very big yet. Plenty of room for slides. Many seasonals had room for 2 vehicles. It is several miles off I20, so it is very quiet here. Staff was nice and helpful. We only stayed one night, but this would be a great place for a long stay.

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What a beautiful park. Wide sites with concrete parking pads and grass between. Plenty of room for slides. Lots of trees but if you want open space for a satellite antenna you can have it. Paved roads, easy to get in and out. If it was a mile off the interstate it would be a solid 10. My site was on the end nearest the highway, so lots of road noise.

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Decent place to stay overnight in the oil patch. Very nice owners. Like other parks in the region, it is mostly residential with a few pull-throughs for travelers. We had no problems with noise or anything else. Site was close but wide enough for slides on both sides. Utilities worked fine. Good Verizon phone and Internet service.

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Very nice park, looks good and well-kept. Our pull-through was level and wide enough for slides. Staff was friendly and helpful. Only spent one night so can't comment on facilities. Utilities were good. I would definitely stay here again.