Bill Strong

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Friendly staff, easy level back in parking in overnight area of 36 spaces, not crowded in middle of week. We stayed a Coast to Coast members. Convenient to I 80.

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The park now is owned by the City of Colona and is renamed Colona Scott Family Park. Staff is very friendly. There are lots of sites, and many are occupied by the season. Daily rate of$30.00 seems high as there is only a central dump and no cable TV. Honey wagon service is $10.00. Coin laundry is good. Quite crowded holiday weekends. Convenient to Quad Cities. After heavy rain, small lakes are formed on sites and roads. A few sites are narrow for slideouts.

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The sites were easy to back into. There are only two or three water spigots on the park not placed to easily fill up your water tank while on the access road. We appreciated the 50 amp service. There is no dump in the park, but you can drive about 4 miles to use the dump on the north side of Cody Park located on the east side of highway 83 north of town. Maybe Cody Park would be a better place to camp.

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The price of $10 is right. Sites are not well defined - just look for the electric posts. The ground cover has not been mowed recently. Water is available but not at each site. Register in hotel. Internal roads not well-defined.

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Not recommended for type A motor homes. Only 2 or 3 sites can be used by a type A without building ramps. The other sites are very sloping. Some curves in roads too tight for long units. Only 1 site with 50 amp service rest are 30. No cell phone service. We paid the rate for card-carrying seniors. Nearby Eggert's Landing C of E campground has fairly level sites, but so heavily wooded that satellite TV would be a challenge on most sites.