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Surprised that no one has mentioned the need for at least 30' of sewer hose in order to reach the sewer pipe from a motorhome with the toad connected! We had a nice paved 20' x 60' site with grass and picnic table however the sewer connection is back alongside the toad. Everything else (water, sewer, cable, wifi) was fine although our water hose froze solid the night we were there. Nice clean private bathrooms with showers. No fenced dog park although plenty of grass to walk dogs. There was no odor the night we were there. There is an electric gate with code for re-entering the park. Easy access. Didn't have any issue with leaving the toad connected contrary to some of the reviews from April other than the need for a long sewer hose if the coach is pulled forward on the pad. Rate was with a Good Sam discount.

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Wide, paved access road to long, wide gravel sites. Pull-thrus are quite long. Two separate spaced utility hookups at the pull through we had. Two fenced gravel dog parks. Two clean private unisex bathrooms. Located adjacent to Smith's grocery store with eateries within walking distance. Close to I-15 but quiet. Outstanding cable. Seemed a little pricey for no grass, no picnic table, no paved patio but was nearly full in the middle of February. Using their address in the GPS will take you to a closed off entrance. We used 247 Hillside Drive to get us closer but best to use their website directions. Rate was with a Good Sam discount.

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Clean, paved, spacious sites with separating strip of grass. Electric, sewer and water service was great. WiFi was down for one day but office was right on it to get it restored. Clean pool and spa. Clean but unheated bathrooms. Grass from previous years is nonexistent inside fenced dog park. Very friendly staff. Good street lighting. Security was right there when kids were kicking a football up and down the street hitting vehicles. Beware of adjacent fuel station. Advertised high pressure air tops out at 98 psi. Must go inside and give them your credit card inorder to pump diesel. Rate was based upon an extended stay and included $60 for three dogs. Our site was a backin and did not have a picnic table but sites with picnic tables are available at additional cost.

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The most pet friendly resort that we have ever visited with both a big dog and little dog park of beautiful green grass plus the caliber of guest staying here picks up after their dogs. Spacious gravel backin sites with concrete patios. Hookups were perfectly situated for us. Large lap pool, splash pool and two separate spas. No picnic table. Great cable tv with a number of HD channels. Entertainment and activities galore. Even allow vehicle washing on Tuesdays. Street side garbage pick two days a week. Nice bright street lighting in 90% of the park for walking after dark except for one section where they seemed to have used very dim LED lighting making that area look second or third rate after dark. Fortunately our site was not in this area. The only other deficiency was the WiFi which fluctuated from being good to being poor. Neither of our GPS's recognized their street address. Rate was based upon a two week stay.

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Friendiest management ever. Long gravel pull thru. Good wifi, cable, electric, water, sewer. Nice picnic table. No fenced dog park, but large scenic trail area. Nice heated spa and pool. Clean, private shower rooms. Three ponds for catch and release fishing. Location is in Benson but sheltered from most of the freeway and train whistle noise. Not a lot of light at night for walking dogs. We have stayed here multiple years and enjoyed their Christmas dinner and New Years Eve parties. Rate is with Passport America discount.

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Nice long level gravel pull thrus with a concrete patio and picnic table. Fenced dog park. Good cable tv. Clean restrooms. Quick registration and friendly park manager leads you to your site. We asked for a site close to the dog park. Easy access. Freeway and train noise was not a problem for us. $16.50 for a 50 Amp, $14 for a 30 amp with passport america. Great value.

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We had a pull thru with a level concrete pad for the coach. The toad was off the concrete but long enough. Cable, wifi, electric, sewer and water was all good. Rest rooms were clean. Site was equipped with a nice picnic table. Wide paved roads. Pretty dark at night although there was a bright light in the fenced dog park. Close to I-10 but grade drop in park area seemed to limit almost all highway noise. Rate was with a Good Sam discount and seemed pretty expensive.

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Nice long gravel pull through for 35' motorhome and CRV. Good WiFi and cable. Nice security light at each pedestal. Nice picnic table at each site. Clean, private unisex bathrooms. Only drawback is no fenced dog park but plenty of space to walk dogs on leash. Rate was a December winter special.

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Concrete pad was plenty long enough for 35' motorhome and toad. However the concrete is so unlevel that I noticed that leveling jacks had lifted the rear left duals clear off the ground. Then instead of running parallel with the other sites, oddly, site 9 seems to be angled towards the adjacent site. Fortunately the fiver left before I did, otherwise I would have needed to back out. My surge suppressor displayed a reverse polarity warning at the electrical box. Hopefully these were all problems unique to space 9. WIFI, water and sewer worked fine. No cable. No fenced dog run area but plenty of area. Good night lighting around site we were in. Site came with a picnic table and patio. There is a planter in the middle of the entrance/exit so make sure to pull right when exiting left. Bath house was relatively clean with hot water but is pretty old. Rate included La's high hotel tax on rv parks and Good Sam Discount.

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We were assigned site 35, a gravel pull-through, which accommodated our 35' motorhome and CRV toad without disconnecting. Park was not full and it was nice that the managers tried to leave any empty site between each occupied site. Site was well lit from adjacent bath house which was spotless. Site was equipped with a picnic table. However the droppings from the adjacent tree coated the table. Tried to avoid as best we could the droppings on our slideout covers and mirror. There was no fenced dog park but there is a large area with doggy bags and a disposal container (no reflection on the park, but even then some people do not pick up after their pets like they should). WiFi, water, electric, sewer worked good. No cable but good over-the-air reception. Quiet at night. Good security presence. We walked from our site to Graceland. Entrance to Park was a little difficult to see in advance. Free Pink Cadillac pickup for going to a local barbeque restaurant was available. Rate was with a Good Sam discount.

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Put us in a nice long pull through directly adjacent to the fenced dog park which was greatly appreciated by us and our dogs. About 4 miles from the freeway so very quiet. Wi-Fi, electric, water, and sewer worked great although water hose was left off due to 10 degree temps. Cable TV required a separate converter box ahead of TV @ $5 per day so used over-the-air. Only could receive one main network channel. The two unisex bathrooms were spotless. Site had nice picnic table. It was covered with snow but still used it for the portable barbecue. Rate was average of one day at Passport America and two days at regular $27. Good base location for touring Civil War and Quilt Museum.

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Called ahead and was assigned site 37, a spacious level back-in concrete pad, large enough for both our 35' motorhome and toad, nice picnic table, no cable but a good number of over-the-air channels. WiFi did not reach our site. Water still on in spite of freezing temperatures. No fenced dog park but generous areas to walk dogs. Fair distance from site to washrooms. We read cautions regarding avoidance of narrow underpass for accessing the park but even the other route took us under some low hanging tree branches. Manager was very accomodating. We used this park as a home base to drive the toad to Hannibal and view the Mark Twain sites. Rate was with Good Sam discount.

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easy access from the freeway, 102 channels of cable tv, spotless private unisex bathrooms, good wifi, long gravel pull throughs, wide sites bordered with green grass, water hookup still available inspite of freezing temperatures, no fenced dog park but lots of nice green grass including a long, long mowed circular walk for walking your dog, friendly and accomodating staff, clean laundry room $1.5 to wash, $1 to dry. Might be good to call ahead because when we stopped there in November they only had one other site available. Rate was with Good Sam discount.

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Pretty park with hills, large trees and large fenced dog park that dogs loved. Long gravel pull thrus. Water was still on in early November. Easy access. Wonderful that campground provides alternate address for some gps on their website. Ours was one that recognized the alternate address. Warm, clean restrooms with hot showers. Good cable TV, wifi, electric. Good water pressure. Had an indoor hot tub which looked inviting but didn't have time to try. Security light in front of site was either burned out or turned off. Base rate was $36 with a 20% off season discount but outlandish hotel/motel/lodging/sales tax increased it to $44

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Confirming that turning in from the west is easy but turning in from the east requires a sharp U turn. Concrete pads were plenty long for our 35' coach but may be marginal for a 45' coach. All sites have the rear (usually the bedroom) end of the coach facing I-80 so a strong soouth wind seemed to increase the noise from the freeway. Water was still on in November but pressure was quite low. Had to remove burrs from the dog's pads. Nice street light adjacent to our site. Clean, warm individual bathrooms. Only two unisex bathrooms but wasn't a problem in November. Didn't get a chance to fish the no license, catch & release lake directly adjacent to the park. No cable TV but main network channels available by antenna. Rate was winter rate Good Sam discount with high taxes. Wi-Fi and electric good.