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We had no trouble getting in and out of this campground. We did heed advice from a previous review to go out of the park driveway at an angle. Our site was at the back of the park so there was no problem with noise from Hwy 59. It was concrete and level but seemed a bit over-priced.

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The only women's bathroom was large but unappealing. Toilet tissue had run out the second time I visited it and the trash can was overflowing. The small gravel and dirt in the lot were a nuisance being tracked into our motor home. Despite those facts, I really liked the park. It was great looking out my RV window and seeing the activity on the Arkansas River. It was convenient to many interesting sights in Little Rock. Particularly enjoyed the Saturday morning Farmers' Market and Esse purse museum with it's adjacent bakery featuring delicious pastries.

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I had trouble getting hold of the office to make a reservation. I left a message which was never returned. I called three additional times on different days and someone answered the third time. She was very friendly and booked my reservation. Our gravel pull-thru next to the office building was fairly level and easy to navigate. The ladies restroom was clean but old and not very pleasant. We were not troubled by any noise. The dumpster is located down the street a short block from the park, on the property of the adjacent RV dealership.

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We were quite disappointed in this park. We had read all the reviews and looked at the web site pictures but neither matched our experience at Cherry Hill. Positives: It was the closest park to the hotel where a convention we were attending was held. The lady in the office was very nice. The pool looked clean, though we didn't use it. It is close to I-44 but not terribly noisy. Not-so-positive: The showers and restrooms were closed for repairs during our entire stay. Most of the mobile homes and trailers we saw looked shabby (the mobile next to us had venetian blinds with lots of broken slats and was run-down). The grass on and around our site looked like it hadn't been cut in a month. Our "gravel site" was more grass than gravel. We had expected a pull-thru but were told they only had 3 and those were reserved for over-nighters (we stayed a week). We were in full sun, though past reviews praised the trees.

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I was expecting a rate of $30 from what others had written in their reviews, but the current rate is $40 per night with no discounts. Other than that, the place was fine. The roads and sites are large and easy to get in and out of. That means a lot to us since we drive a large motorhome. We didn't hear any of the "beep beeping" mentioned in other reviews. The traffic noise was less than in many RV parks; it is not right on the highway but at least a little ways from it. It is easy to reach from the highway and you can see the highway from the park. We could hear the trains but they were also not nearly as close as at many parks where we've stayed so they didn't bother us a bit. We consider it a good overnight stay. We spent one night there each way on our most recent trip and will do the same in the future. Our GPS tried told us to turn into the concrete place next door. We ignored it and drove a short distance further to the large entrance with a big Canyon Trail RV Resort sign.

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This campground is nearly impossible to reach in a large (40') motor home, especially if towing. Making the right turn from the main road onto the side road leading to the campground is impossible without dragging your car over the curb. We will definitely need at least an alignment if not more work done on our car after that turn. The site we were given was tight. Office personnel was pleasant but that couldn't outweigh the difficulty getting to the park, tight sites, and difficulty leaving the park. We will NOT stop here again.

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We stayed here for 2 weeks in our motor home. The train noise didn't cause us any problems...wasn't that frequent and never disturbed our sleep. We had no noise from other campers (as mentioned in another review) other than what one would normally expect in a campground. Site was level. Campground and our site were both easy to get in and out of. Office personnel was very accommodating. We'll definitely stay here whenever we visit our daughter at Fort Bening.

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It was difficult navigating the narrow, tree-lined roads in our 42' motor home towing our car. If there were a better choice in the neighborhood we would stop there, but this is it for that area. It is fairly easy to reach from I-65. Noise was not a problem.

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We were given what was called their "summer rate" which was less than the $40 Good Sam rate. The campground was fairly empty when we arrived early but got fuller as the day went by. We had no problems getting in and out of our pull-through site in our 42' motorhome with our toad attached. There were some pot holes but we've seen worse. The office ladies were very nice and even gave us a baggie with two homemade chocolate chip cookies.

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April and May reviews stated a cost of $30 but we were charged $35. Otherwise, the campground is as stated in previous reviews. Sites are concrete and easy to get into and out of. Campground was nearly full. I strongly recommend making a reservation ahead of time if you want to stay in this campground. It is a convenient stop when traveling on Hwy 59.

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The few trailers parked here were very shabby and looked long-term. The adjacent playground for children looked OK. It seemed like a lot of money for such a shabby dirt/gravel parking spot with broken, uneven blacktop pavement going into and out of this small park. There are 5 pull-through spots. Nearby train was very loud. This was not a pleasant stop even though it was just over-night.

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We had to pay extra because it was Labor Day weekend so it seemed expensive for a grass site that was right on top of the sites to either side of us. There were lots of families but quiet hours were observed well in our section of the campground. The gravel/dirt road was very dusty.

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All the trees had me worried about getting into and out of this park in our 42' motorhome, but it was no problem because the trees were all trimmed up high enough not to bother our rig. Our site was roomy, shaded, and had woods nearly all around so more privacy than most campgrounds. The Shooting Center has been mentioned before, but bears repeating. We were away visiting relatives most of the time, but if we had been sitting outside we would've felt like we were in a war zone. Planes from Dulles flew overhead intermittently during the times we were actually in the campground. Every campground has its pluses and minuses--noise is the minus here but the up side is so good we'll stay here again for sure!

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We arrived on a Sunday night for an overnight stop on I-81. We didn't like the high price, but it was as far as we wanted to go that day. Our experience was much better than the previous reviewer's. There were many empty spots (week-end visitors had left) which may have accounted for the improved noise level all around. The gas golf carts were indeed noisy, but it was not a constant annoyance. Heard no dogs barking. Had no rig on one side and the other side's occupants were quiet. Yes, the entry was a little tight, but not as bad as some we've encountered and the trees were trimmed high enough not to scratch our coach. We navigated it fine in our 42' motorhome towing our car which made us 60' total. Our space in the 700 row was large and level. It's a destination park designed for children with lots of activities for them. When I had made the reservation, I was at first told there was a minimum 2-night stay. When I explained we were just stopping on our way north, she said they make an exception for travelers on their way elsewhere.

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You drive through the countryside a little ways but are circling back towards the highway, which you can see and hear from the campground. The traffic noise isn't enough to keep you awake at night, though. Long-term residents' pickup trucks leaving for work in the early morning might wake a light sleeper. Sites are large, easy to get in and out of, no tree problems, and level enough with the aid of our jacks. No Wi-Fi at our site or cable. Fine for an overnight stay.