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Small park conveniently located off 15, but close to a local highway. Some road noise, but fairly quiet at night. We had a concrete pad that was not even. Good place for an overniter. Would stay again.

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Small park off the freeway with little freeway noise. Sites were very narrow. We were able to open slides, but not our awning. They were gravel and level. Both the internet and cell service were very anemic. The laundry facilities were good and cheap.

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Sites are long, narrow gravel sites. Our site was not level and required extra blocks. There was a small tree that blocked our ability to open our awning. There was a small patio and picnic table if you didn't mind staring into your neighbor's rig. There was quite a bit of road noise from 89 during the day, which did taper off some at night. The dog park was handy.

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Manager was very nice and helpful. Sites are gravel--not level. Needed to use blocks on one side. Bathroom cleaning was questionable. Noise from freeway (40) was rather loud at night. But, this is pretty much the only game in town to visit the parks. And, it seems to be, primarily, an over nighter.

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Great for overnight. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are all level gravel. We were escorted to our site by a nice guy, who also made sure we left room for the slide outs when parking. There is some minor road noise, but quiet at night. There is s distant train whistle, which we found soothing. We were there during thunderstorms. There seems to be enough gravel to keep mud and puddles at a minimum. Would definitely stay again.

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Really great place. The park was rather empty during our stay. We stayed at the south end with a lake view. There was still water in the lake (and apparently catfish), and monarch butterflies in abundance. The sites are gravel and level. Even though civilization is closing in, the park was still very quiet. The restrooms were very basic, but clean.

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We were located down near the river on a level asphalt site. A patio, firepot, and patio table were included. During the day there was considerable road noise, but it was quiet at night. Great for dog walking. Service was very good. Both cable and wifi were extra. Laundry was clean and inexpensive.

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Service was excellent. Nice long and level gravel sites on or close to the river. Laundry was free, and the washers/dryers were nice. Only issue was noise. We thought the distance from the freeway would help, but there were both trains and planes very early in the morning. Also, there was considerable barge traffic late one night.

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Located very close to freeway, so very noisy. Sites are paved and level, but very tight. Did have partial shade. Used laundry, which was expensive. Felt the sites were also over priced considering the size and noise level. We were there to visit friends, not for the "scene".

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An old KOA with newer owners. Great little park with lots of trees and shade. It is far enough off the road to be rather quiet, especially at night. Very close to Brown County State Park, which is beautiful. Sites are level gravel, probably close together when the park is full. We pretty much had the place to ourselves, so not a problem. Would definitely come back.

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This is a fantastic park outside Chicago. Stayed here while visiting family. Yes the roads are narrow and sites can be difficult to maneuver, but it is 70+ years old. The setting is beautifully treed and the winding little roads gave it character. It actually reminded us of the 50's or early 60's...just made us smile as we walked around. Even though we were camping there over a busy weekend, we never felt that close to our neighbors, who were all very respectful and quiet. It is approx. 90% full-timers in (mostly) very cute park models. There are lots of things for kids to do including the lake and beach, miniature golf, the pool, basketball... The staff is fantastic. Our dog had developed hives from some type of allergy and they recommended an excellent (very reasonable) vet. Will be back, maybe next year.

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Stayed here based on previous reviews and we're not disappointed. Nice long sites, both concrete and gravel--very level. Service was excellent and the park is very clean and well kept. It also has a great dog park. It is close to I-90, but VERY quiet. A ver relaxing environment in the farm belt. Would definitely return.

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We have stayed here every fall for four years and are never disappointed. The scenery is beautiful, sites are very spacious and level gravel with trees. The service is excellent, the location is great, and the park is nicely maintained. The George Mickelson trail crosses one of the entries for very easy access. And, we will be back next year.

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Labor Day weekend, so the place was jammed. We also had a severe T.Storm, so experienced the worst conditions. The sites are very tight, gravel and grass. Some of the roads became rather flooded. Some units were oversized for the site, so vehicles were partially blocking roads. The rear bath building was closed, which is not good for a busy weekend. The pool was already closed for the season, also not good for the last big weekend of the year. All in all, it seemed rather pricey for the amenities. Having written all that, the location is really great. It is walking distance (on a paved path) to town and to part of the Maah Daah Hey Trail. The second left turn is entrance to the T. Roosevelt Nat. Park. Would stay here again, but still whine about the price.

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Park is very close to I.S. 15, so is fairly noisy. Located in industrial area. Close to the greenbelt. Sites are level and gravel...probably muddy after a rain. Has small off leash dog area. Mostly overniters passing through. Definitely an "ok" for short-term, but a little pricey for what you get.