Tomandgloria

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Very nice KOA right off toll road and easy to find. Road noise was not an issue. Site was excellent. The interior roads were tight but we were able to maneuver our 36 foot Motorhome with car into site with no issues. Staff was friendly and helpful. Laundry room was clean, mist machines were in operational condition. Prices were on par with most campground laundry rooms.

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Park is located with easy access off I-75. Mainly permanent sites with some RV spaces around the park. We were put in a site that required me to drive in and butt up to a trailer that was in front of me. Hookups required a second 15 foot sewer hose to reach hookup. Good 50 amp power and water pressure remained stable. Grassy site with picnic table on concrete patio, but these were showing there age and heavy usage. Grocery stores, RV Dealerships all within 15 minutes. Interior roads are narrow and tight.

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Park has several permanent sites with RV sites around the park. We were on a grass site that was level and had a concrete patio and picnic table. Roads were paved and easy access into and out of park. This park has real friendly people who treat the RV short stays just as well as the long term residents. We extended a second week because we felt welcomed in this community. It is close to Publix grocery store and restaurants. We will winter here next year.

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Stayed here for Barrett Jackson auction and was very convenient. That said I would not stay here otherwise. It was not easy to find, as BJ check in was different area than signage RV Check in. Big dirt parking lot with water and electric. Pumping service available for $40. Dump station available outside campground on the roadway. Gates were being locked to access auction from campground by City, for no reason. I camped here in a Motorhome.

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Very close to I-17 exit, but road noise is not a problem. Not really marked well, so pay close attention to GPS or street signs. Entrance is on right before dead end, which concerned me as it was not marked well off 29th Street. Park is great, with excellent facilities except wifi. Free at clubhouse only, so we used Verizon exclusively. No cable TV but about 30 OTA stations. Laundry room had 19 washers, but 7 were inop. Water pressure dropped as the park filled up. We would camp here again.

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Well marked sign off I-10 and easy access on and off interstate. About 1 mile from I-10, quiet no interstate or traffic noise. Great pull thru site completely paved with utilities including cable TV. Provided us a complimentary dinner for two at the "barn", and we were invited to eat with staff member who checked us in and other overnighters. Food was great! Park is immaculate and staff is helpful, friendly and works hard to ensure you're 100% satisfied with your visit. We will return again.

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Easy on and off to I-10. Flat gravel sites, with easy access into and out of park. Close to several restaurants, including Chuy's, a John Madden favorite. Great overnight park and for the price that included cable with full hook ups, you can't beat this park. Fast, friendly and easy check in.

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We have stayed here before and enjoy this campground. 2 nights at Passport America and 1 at Good Sam. Complimentary breakfast in the morning and great laundry room. We will be back again soon.

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This is the second time we stayed here and the campground is great for overnight or a few nights. It is an older campground but accessible for big rigs. The pads are gravel and level and there were several 5th wheel and large motorhomes.

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We stayed here in July and came back to visit Grand Old Oprey. Very convenient to shopping, restaurants and the Grand Old Oprey. Pricey but great location and very clean.

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Typical Thousand Trails park. Run down roads barely paved, most sites are not full hook up, lots of annuals with most full hookups including 50 amp service. Most sites are 30 amp with no sewer hook ups--water only. We changed our reservation from 4 nights to 2 nights. Could be a nice park, but needs more attention and better management.

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Nice campground right off the Trace Parkway. Very convenient to shopping and sites to see. Road is paved and sites are gravel and level. Owners also have a small camping retail center in Tupelo. They are very helpful and very friendly. We would stay here again.

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One of the nicest parks we have stayed in. All access roads are paved, all sites are paved and level. We could not believe how nice this park was compared to some other parks in the city limits. We will stay here again. Even without cable, we had 7 TV stations over the air. We camped here in a Motorhome.

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Nice campground, but we stayed during balloon festival. Two nights at $60, one night at $19 (Passport America) one night at $35 (Good Sam rate). Taxes are high, $27. Cable TV is OK at best. Park is actually located on Dr. MLK Drive, not Riverview as posted on website. Caused a little bit of confusion with GPS. We would stay here again.

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Second time we stayed here while traveling on I-85. Nice campground run by two sisters that are helpful and friendly. Had a power issue on first site (surge protector reading reverse polarity). The pole was checked but I was moved to an upgraded site for my inconvenience. We will stay here again on our next trip south on I-85.