Micki517

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Check in and signage is a bit confusing for TT versus KOA, but the staff were very friendly and helpful. Campground is well maintained (mowed and cleaned) and has great amenities, but roads are very uneven with many holes and poor gravel distribution. Sites are also uneven in Phase 2 area, and sites must share the electric box with only 1 50 amp plug in each. There were also many golf carts being driven around, making the roads always busy.

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This campground is small, and the sites are very close together, but the staff is very friendly and our hookup worked well for us. The pool looked nice, but was very crowded. Roads were gravel, but fairly level and easy to navigate. Very convenient off I-65 and close to caverns. We would NOT recommend the adjoining golf course.

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Not Big Rig friendly as advertised! The only road in and out is a mile of blind curves and narrow. The campground loop is a very narrow path with trees overhanging everywhere, making it a challenge to not scrape. Sites had level parts for shorter rigs, but we were off ground. But nice staff and clean park. Would be a nice location for smaller rigs. Not ideal for big rigs and especially if towing!

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Very nice campground with a dedicated staff. We were especially impressed with how quick they were out to make repairs to roads after a storm! The roads are very easy to navigate, sites are spacious, and the Verizon signal is great. Some sites are better for satellite than others. Most are very level and well maintained!

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Great staff. Well maintained campground. This campground has a beautiful layout with a rumbling creek running through it. There is also a nice pool and recreation area. We were there too early for most activities, but they are set up for many events over the summer.

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This campground was immaculately kept! Everything was very clean and manicured. All gravel pull-through sites with easy access to hookups. Very friendly staff!

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Very nice, spacious sites. Each has a picnic table with cover. All have lake views. Very little tree coverage, but nice winds keep you cool!

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Passport America rate. Very nice little park away from interstate and any noise. Clean sites, and surrounded by cattle and beautiful horses. Owners were very nice and came by to talk with us for a while about their travels.

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The staff at this KOA are incredibly friendly and helpful! They are also constantly cleaning and repairing this campground. We were there 2 weeks, and they made repairs to sprinklers, site pads, and landscaping daily. Nice gym area, pool, and private restrooms!

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Loved this campground/famcamp! We were right across from the state of the art gym, just along a greenbelt walking path, and had easy access to the gate and all the local attractions! Staff was helpful, and very accommodating despite the campground being very full.

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This is a diamond in the rough! It is a small, quaint campground, but the owners are very accommodating and pay great attention to detail. Our pull-through site is huge, and we still have nice trees around us and some privacy from the neighbors. Most impressive, they gave us great advice for touring this amazing little town (Port Orford) and while we were gone to an incredible dinner at Griff's on the dock on the Pacific Ocean shore, they put a little goodie basket on our step. We came home to find candy, popcorn, teas, playing cards, and brochures in the basket waiting for us. Such personal service is above and beyond, and made our day! Thank you!

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We stayed 3 nights in this park. The driveways are big rig friendly, but some sites are sloped and a bit difficult to pull through if you are in a longer rig. Park is very clean and well kept. The pool was not free of leaves and debris, but it was also cold and off season. The hot tub was nice and was kept covered when not in use. Each morning, they prepare a continental breakfast, which was nice. It included your breakfast basics. This campground is a bit north of Redding, but is very convenient to the interstate. With that convenience did come interstate noise, but otherwise, it was a nice stay.

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Basic RV pit stop next to the interstate. It is very flat and all open. Sites are side by side down rows and very easy to navigate. They are all pull-throughs and very nice width and length. Cable is available, but very fuzzy picture. Nothing fancy; just a good place for an overnight stop.

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This park is very nice, and the little town nearby is wonderful! We are just traveling through, and staying only 2 nights, but the owner came by to welcome us, and offered suggestions for places to eat, sites to visit, and stores to buy our groceries. They are very dedicated to keeping the park clean, and everything is like new. It is family-run, and we saw different family members out mowing, doing general maintenance, and working around the office. This campground is also very big-rig friendly. We are in a 40' RV and towing and we have plenty of space in our pull-thru site. We stayed with the Passport America discount. We would definitely stay here again if traveling through the area.