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We stayed here 2 nights. It was quiet except for a little road noise. There are a lot of trails to explore. This is horse country & several of the sites are for horses. They also have a large day area for horses. There was plenty of space to walk our dogs as well. The park host is very friendly & helpful. The gate is closed at night but you are given the code when you check in so you can come & go as you please. We would definitely recommend this park.

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We stay at this park at least once a year on our way out of Florida for the summer or when we return in the fall. The only thing wrong here is the gnats & that is an area wide problem, not a problem with the park. The hostess is friendly & helpful. The spaces are large & level & the hook ups are well placed. Most sites are satellite friendly. You can get over the air signal also. There is no cable. There is WiFi. They have a nice pool & laundry area. There are a couple of dog runs. The park is quiet. The roads are good. It is close to Perry with several restaurants & shopping.

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We stay here almost every year while we visit relatives. The park is quiet. A few sites are satellite friendly & we were lucky enough to get one this time. Our site was level enough & the hook ups were well placed. We also got antenna signal. There is WiFi but no cable. The interior roads could use some grading & they are kind of narrow making it difficult to exit the park with our big rig. They have a huge field for exercising your dog. They have a nice pool, too. Picnic tables are new.

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Host was very friendly & helpful. Park is conveniently located off I 24. Our site was easy to pull into, level & with hook ups well placed. Our site could actually be used as two small back in sites for trailers but was used as a pull thru for us. Satellite signal easy to get, cable available also. Sites are not on top of one another. Big dog park. Nice pool. Lots of restaurants & stores in Paducah. We would definitely stay here again. Park is all gravel so it is dusty when it is dry. Lots of garbage cans, practically one for each site. Some sites had picnic tables. We did not. We didn't ask for one so maybe if we had we would have gotten one.

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Lots of deer in this park. They come right up by your RV. It is very quiet here. Electric only for hook up. There are dump stations & water available. There are showers & wash rooms. We didn't use them so I can't say if they were clean or not. Some sights might get satellite signal but we did not. We did get some over the air signals, though. We arrived about an hour before check in time & there was nobody in the booth so we just went ahead & set up in our assigned site. We went back later to register but there was still nobody there. We reserved our space ahead of time so it was paid in full. We did ask a woman who was mowing when there would be someone in the booth & she didn't know but since we paid already not to worry. So we never did register.

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We love staying at this campground. It is the only one in the area. We visit friends & relatives while here. It is convenient to a multitude of restaurants & shopping of all kinds. The sites are spacious, hook ups well situated, it is quiet & the people are friendly, & satellite signal & over the air antenna signal are easy to get. The drawbacks are there is no sewer hook up but there are two dump stations. There are no reservations & you can only stay two weeks.

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Our rate includes a $2 a night charge for cable, I believe. This is a nice park with level sites, well placed hookups, friendly staff, cable (not in all sites), WiFi & a pool. The playground was under construction while we were here. This park is convenient to all the RV repair businesses that are in Elkhart & the RV Museum Hall of Fame as well as many restaurants & shopping. We stayed in the 300 area because we have stayed there before & had no problem getting satellite signal, whereas we did in the 700 area spot we had. Some of the 700 area spots should have no problem getting signal either.

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This was the only park around. We expected to be nicked & dimed extra fee for sewer, extra fee to run your air conditioners, extra fee for WiFi. There is no cable. This is a huge park, 800 sites, lots of them permanent residents. It is in the middle of corn fields with nothing else around it. It is not that far from Toledo, though. First problem, no water. Decided to call the office since we were so far away. No cell service. Turns out Verizon works here but that is about it. The reason we had no water was they were working on the lines. It came on within the hour. We had to reset the circuit breaker because the power is not strong here & running both air conditioners was too much for it. We are here for 2 nights but will probably only stay one & move on.

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This was a nice KOA. Some of them can be really bad. Our site was level enough. Hook ups were well placed. There was cable & WiFi. We booked online but called directly to the campground to ask for a satellite friendly site. We asked again when we got there. We were not able to get satellite from our site. It looked like there were sites that were satellite friendly but we weren't given one. The water pressure was very low. We had to fill our tank & run off of that. We would stay here again now that we know which sites to ask for to fit our needs.

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We stayed here 2 nights. It started to pour rain shortly after we arrived & didn't let up until almost time for us to leave. When it did stop I noticed what a pretty view we had. Our site was not very level but managable. Hook ups were fine. WiFi was so so. No cable. We were able to get satellite signal with no problem. The water pressure wasn't so great. The host was very friendly, they were having a pot luck the night we arrived. There are a lot of permanent campers but the sites are kept up well. This was a good place for a stop over but there is nothing much anywhere around to do or see. Restaurants are almost non existent, no shopping either. When we left we headed west & the city of Binghampton about 20 miles southwest had lots of restaurants & shopping.

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We booked this park because their sister park King Phillip had no sites for our size motorhome. It is a nice park heavily wooded so it is nice and shady. The woods do not allow for satellite signal to be picked up, maybe at a few sites but not for the most part regardless of what they said when we made the reservations. They have cable with an extensive amount of channels. They have WiFi. We had no problem getting cell service. They have a pool. The road into the park is okay but once you enter the campground area there are more pot holes then road. The water pressure was sometimes okay other times nonexistent. We would stay here again but would also be open to looking to stay elsewhere in the area.

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The views from this park are excellent. The hosts are friendly. Our site was level, and the hookups were well placed. They had cable, and we were able to get satellite signal with no problem. They had WiFi with good signal strength. Those are the good points. The bad points are you are in a valley surrounded by forests. Cell signal was nonexistent on our smartphone but if I stood outside I could use my little throw away phone. Same service so go figure. There is not much to do in the immediate area, nor are there many restaurants. If you stay here I strongly suggest getting the gate card. There is a $10 deposit, which is refundable when you turn it back in. We didn't take it because we tend to leave early before the office would open and understood there would be someone in the office to open the gate until 8:00pm. The few times we left we interrupted the hostess while she was talking to other guests to go into the office and push the button. The last time it was the host and we interrupted his yard work. He said "That is why we recommend guests get the gate pass." There is also a five dollar a day extra fee if you run your air conditioners, heat pump, or use your washer/dryer. This use is monitored according to their rules sheet. So don't try to use them without paying the fee.

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This park only offers 30 amp. We had a level site with well placed hook ups. We had no problem getting satellite signal. WiFi is available at $5.00 a day. Kind of steep. The camp is right in town which was convenient for us while visiting relatives. The hosts were very friendly & tried very hard to speak to us in English since we don't speak French. There is a wooden bridge at the entrance to the park that I was supprised would hold an RV but it did with no problem.

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This is a great park. The site was level with well placed hook ups. We were able to get satelite signal with no problem. There is no cable but there is WiFi for an additional fee. They have a pool. They have a shuttle to the ferry into Quebec City. I believe they have a restaurant on site also. The hosts were friendly. Since we speak very little French we were fortunate that they spoke some English. We were escorted to our site by their son who spoke English very well.

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This is a very nice park close to town. The host is very friendly & helpful. Only 30 amp but full hook up with cable & WiFi. Cable requires a box to plug into your TV but it is provided free of charge. We didn't use it because we were able to pull in Satellite. We had a back in site on the water. It was a lovely view. The level site was small for our 40 ft with a tow but adequate. Hook ups were well placed. Beware they don't take credit cards or U S checks. They take debit cards & cash. We had to pay in cash & were not prepared. We would definitely stay here again.