18 yrs on the rd

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Twenty six very nice level pull thru gravel sites. Free WiFi, Free Cable, Free waffle and coffee in the A.M., laundry available. Seven new back in sights were being added. The owner was very informative about local sights and things to see. The Rex Allen Museum among others.

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Very nice park. Lots of shade. Some sites on the Lake. Somewhat difficult to navigate in a larger RV. Various costs for different types of hookups. Half price per night when using the Golden Age Pass.

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Minimal shaded sites. All sites level and long. Light debris. Very pleasant greeting. We were lead to our site by office staff in a golf cart.

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This is an older park. All the roads and sites are gravel. Many of the electrical pedestals were covered with bags. The pull-through site rows were too close together. In many cases, it would be necessary to pull through the row in front of you when departing the campground. Site 21 had erratic electricity. At times it read correctly, but at other times it was zero to over 135 volts. We unplugged after finding out there was a problem. When this was point out to the gentleman in the office, he implied it was our problem. Repairs cost over $500. The second night we moved to a difference site and had no further problems. Upon departing, we pointed this out to the gentleman in the office. He replied, "We found the problem." There was no explanation. I would not stay here again.

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Very nice with some beautiful sunsets across the Lake. All office personnel nice. COE grounds contractors could do a better job. One shower non-op in the men's restroom. Men and women showers don't drain well due to construction of the facilities. Rates will increase Apr 1st. $12 with Golden Age Pass.