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This is in the middle of the National Radio Quiet Zone, hence no Wi-Fi. Just a simple open, grass-covered field, with about 40 sites for RVs. Not all sites have sewer or 50 amp service, but there are enough of each to meet the demands of travelers. The website is a bit out of date as the restaurant closed 3 years ago. Reservations are via phone and I suggest calling after 5pm to reach someone directly. If you are into astronomy, this is a wonderful place to visit. The sky is absolutely black as there are very few lights to obscure night views of the sky. The observatory is open 7 days per week and offers a guided bus tour once a day. Worth stopping.

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A great stopping place along I-40/81 near Sevierville attractions. Basically a family-owned working dairy farm, that hosts a bluegrass festival in the fall. The RV sites are well equipped, grass-covered and level. Will plan to stop here again.

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A very family oriented park with lots of things for kids to do. Amusement park on site, two pools, one with water slide, etc. Well organized sites, mostly level with good access. On site restaurant (cash only) had good snack style menu. Ice cream parlor in amusement area.

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A wonderful find in the Berkshires. Next to I-91 just below the MA/VT line. Pull-thru site was in the center of a large grass field with lots of room for rig and truck. Great Wi-Fi, but no TV reception at all. Lots to do and see in the area. Park closes for season on Oct. 15, but may be good for leaf color viewing. CAUTION, low overpass (11 feet) on River Street approaching park from the north. Check park website for details or call for specific directions. Great value. Will stay here again.

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We were attending a wedding and found most of the RV parks booked months ahead. Bay View was available and although expensive, we took it. Site was wide, level and wooded. Backed up to a site that had a derelict trailer and lots of junk. If we had invited guests to visit our site, they would have to pay $7 each to enter the park if staying more than 30 minutes. If we return to area, will look for another park.

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An overnight stay on our way to the ferry from Lewes, DE to Cape May, NJ. We arrived to find ourselves in Christmas in July! Lots of decorations and celebration for the many families camping here. The park was very well organized and clean. Several seasonal campsites were evident, mixed with transients like us. But lots to do for the whole family. Great park for an extended getaway. Staff was very helpful and friendly.

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Somewhat older, company owned, KOA park. Sites are mostly grass that is semi-level with aging power connections. Features standard KOA amenities for kids like pool, playground, etc. Convenient to I-95 and nearby port towns. Had to pull trailer to front of site to find level area. Parked behind trailer, on site.

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This park is obviously aimed at family campers and has several kid oriented activities each day. The night we were here they had a "corn roast" and live entertainment in the pavilion. It is located in a sandy area and the roads are mostly just packed sand/dirt. Rain that night created some muddy walking, but with a sand base, quickly dried up. Felt more like a summer camp than an RV park, but good times for guests of all ages.

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Our first visit and an unexpected pleasure. Was a bit concerned as no reservation confirmation was received (later learned that was their norm), but from our arrival all concerns were put to rest. Again, this was an overnight stop for us, but it had everything a family with children would want. Nice large pool, fishing pond, large grass play space and a playground for the younger set. Our pull-thru site was long, level and paved. Office featured a well stocked store and very friendly and helpful staff. Great find.

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This was an over night stop, our first on a month-long trip. Our grandson checked out the pool adjacent to our very level site. A great beginning to our trip.

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This park suffered massive tornado damage in 2011 and, while recovering, is still showing the effects of the storm. Most of the back-in sites have new power pedestals. Pull-thru sites have not been upgraded as of this writing. Most sites are gravel and need leveling. Turning in the pull-thru area is tight and may limit large rigs. Lake facilities are nice and there is a lovely lodge on the top of the hill overlooking the park. The Wi-Fi service is the best we experienced on our month-long trip. Work on the needed campground improvements continues.

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Located on the West Bank of the Mississippi River. Sites in the "first row" are literally 30 feet from the bank and you are treated to a view of the barge traffic on the river. The sites are concrete and level. All sites are pull-thru. There is another cluster of sites occupied by long-term tenants, located away from the riverside sites. Laundry and dryer use is free. Park management is a very friendly couple and they aim to please. Memphis is about 15 minutes away via I-30 or I-40. We will stay here again and hope to bring our grandchildren.

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Located about 100 miles east of Oklahoma City, and 4 miles south of I-40 on US-69. Easy to find and to access. This small park is near, but not on Lake Eufaula. Sites have all needed hookups and there is sufficient turning space for most large rigs. The swimming pool is an above ground model and the other amenities are being upgraded by the new owner. There is an underground storm shelter which reminds us of weather issues in this part of the country. A good place for an overnight stop or a couple of days of activity on the nearby lakes. The rate is Passport America.

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We enjoyed this park. The sites are level concrete and the hookup pedestals are new and conveniently placed. Wind is your constant companion at a rate of about 10-15 MPH. Located off I-40 about 5 miles west of town, it offers a great place to stop, a friendly office staff, and lots of wide open space(es) for your RV. We would stay here again.

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WOW, it's Monument Valley and this park fits right in with the fabulous visual experience. The park is well laid out and offers spacious pull-through sites with full hookups. Some of the trees could use trimming and that is why a 9/10 score is shown. Be sure to allow at least 2 days here to take in the unique beauty of the area. Plan to spend $100 per person in extra cost tours, etc. This is a very popular park with RV caravan operators, so reservations are a must.