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Very nice park, paved/gravel roads. Sites have concrete pad with picnic table. Swimming pool was very clean. Entertainment pool side on Sunday evening. Downtown shuttle ($10 round trip). Next to Camping World and walkable distance to a few restaurants. Had rain two days and lots of standing water on road and grassy area.

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Gravel roads and sites. Sites average with picnic table. Full hookups, but shared water. Pool was very clean and on Fri. and Sat. has a restaurant (grill) with burgers, hot dogs, etc. Several permanent residents but very nice. Due to the Boone Dam problem, lake is very low, so no boating or fishing. Would return!

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Made reservations on line, as listed as a Good Sam's park. Our spot was next to the dump and the equipment they use for the park. The bathhouse was 2 restrooms and 2 showers, with water working only in one. There are no sewage connections at site and pump out is very hard to back into! When asked about the discount, they do not honor it on weekends or high season! The pool was freezing cold, the mini golf holes had rotted wood everywhere. Would not recommend.

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Rate is Passport America. Very nice park and super nice staff who actually escorts you to site! As previous comments indicated, the entrance can be a little intimidating (steep), but no problem for big rigs. Most sites are back-ins, but when not busy you are permitted to pull-through. Excellent utilities and Wi-Fi. Restrooms/showers are almost new and very clean. No laundry facilities and very little shade. Shopping is within 2 miles. Would definitely recommend and stay here again!

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Nice park. Very friendly staff. pull-throughs were exceptionally long. Check-in and store had very limited hours. Pool was nice but restrooms were pitiful! They had paid showers and only one restroom/shower up on top of hill by pool --- a little walk if you were in the lower area. No laundry facilities. Lots of kids' space; ballpark, soccer area, playgrounds, ponds, and creek. Will stay again.

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OMG...Avoid this place! The rate is Passport America. The office only accepts cash or check no credit cards. Filled out paper work and was escorted to our site having to go thru the getto of permanently parked trailers. Got to an open field with pull thru sites right next to interstate. My husband was connecting the hose to fill the tank and several gentlemen on their golf cart yelled out - don't drink the water. Its non potable and will make you deathly ill. My husband smelled it and put a few drops on his tongue and had a bad taste. Went to the office ice for a refund and the older gentleman was rude and said who asked who told us about the water! Said we could buy water for drinking...no use would we stay there. Would not recommend nor return.

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Had a coupon from online for a $10 discount off the $26 rate. Site we chose is a pull thru with electric only. There is a dump and fresh water within 50 feet. There are sites with full hookups, fire pits, picnic tables, etc. Bathroom and shower is new and clean. Wifi is spotty. You get a key card for the indoor pool, hot tub and sauna. Casino is nice. Didnt eat any meals there. Would surely return!

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The rate quoted is Passport America. Presently surprised with this campground. The grounds are neat and clean, gravel roads with grass dividers between sites. Trees at almost every site. The laundry is clean ($1.50 wash/$1.00 dry). Restrooms and showers are very clean, even providing a hair dryer in the ladies room! The pool happened to be closed due to a storm but was nice and told it was heated. Cute playground for the kids and large dog walk area. There are train tracks but didn't see or hear a train. Very close to Interstate 90, easy off and on. Also with 1/4 mile of Walmart, restaurants and a Cabela sport store. Staff was very nice and informative. Would definitely stop here and recommend it to friends.

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Was sent here after an overbooking at Badlands NP Cedar Pass Campground. It is not actually inside the park but run by the same company as the park campground. The only good thing I can say is the workkamp staff was excellent as well as the wifi! The staff was so friendly and nice. As for the sites, they are gravel pull thrus and back in some with full hookups other with electric only. The place is old and run down and in need of repairs. The bathrooms are clean but old - should be condemned! There is no laundry as stated and the pool is there but hasn't been filled for years! It is right across the street from a gas station/convenience store and very close to the interstate, though you don't hear the noise. There are also cabins and trailers where the park service staff lives. It could be a very nice park if they would put some money into it and update everything. Not sure if we would stay again.

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Found this park on the Internet with a special $39.95 rate for 3 nights with a mandatory 90 minute sales pitch. The park is beautiful with large pull-throughs and back-ins. Restrooms are large and clean. Pool and hot tub were heated perfectly! Plenty of activities as well as walking trail, mini golf, bikes to use, etc. Large fenced in dog park, laundry area and even a clubhouse! Sales pitch was to buy into the RV park but once told not interested, they were fine --- even got free chuck wagon dinner show coupons! Found a coupon in a local paper that advertised it for $29.95 for three night and they gave me a refund! Great place. Would definitely return and recommend!

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Large park with 150 pull thru sites. Currently here on the Memorial Day weekend and only 26 spaces being used. Needed to cancel our reservation for one night and they could not refund the money back! The place is empty! The pool nor hot tub is open and only one small laundry area is open. Restrooms are large and clean. Showers are tiny! Bad reception on cable but strong WiFi signal. Off of a four lane highway so you do hear traffic noise. 15 miles to the closest grocery store.

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Used our Passport America discount for a $20 a night stay. 90 percent of the sites are long term residents. The campground is all gravel. Sites seem wide but the way they are arranged we were literally an arms length from the next RV. The fenced in dog park is just gravel...no shrubs or trees. Laundry room has four washers at $1.50 and 4 dryers at .75 cents. Restrooms are clean but NO doors on toilets, just a shower curtain! Would not stay here nor recommend.

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Park was open with pull thrus available. We had electric but the water was not on until May 16. Restrooms are pit toilets. Water in lake was extremely low. Unlimited supply of firewood available! Would stay here again.

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Rate is with NP Access pass. Park has paved roads but sites are gravel. There is a fire pit and picnic table at site. Area is sagebrush. A moose frequented our campsite. There is a river for fishing. Dump station and water available. Restrooms are clean but no soap dispenser nor paper towels/hand dryer. Stopped for threes nights while on our way up to Yellowstone. Would stay here again.

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Very scenic park with loads of hiking trails and fishing in the Snake river. Sites are pull thru and back ins and have water and electric. There is a dump station. The bathrooms are clean but much to my surprise no soap or paper towel dispenser/hand dryer! There are trash cans through out. A senior discount is offered but only Monday thru Thursday. There is also an added $5 entrance fee! Staff and camp host very friendly. Would stay here again.