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A clean, well-maintained State Park, with level, spacious, paved sites. Good, paved interior roads. Great mountain views, plenty of trails, lots of wildlife - roadrunners & coyotes visited our site daily. Very clean restrooms/showers. Nearby restaurants, shopping, etc.; plenty to do nearby. Campgrounds were full the 2 weeks we were here - I'd recommend a reservation well in advance. We would definitely stay here again.

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A great State Park with roomy sites, awesome Superstition mountain views, and lots of wildlife. Good, paved interior roads, and mostly level, paved sites. Plenty of trails, from easy to challenging. Lots to do in the Park and nearby. The only negatives: Not enough restrooms/showers; if you don't use the one in your RV you might have a lengthy walk. Only one dump station; two can dump at once but there can be a wait. Campgrounds were full the 2 weeks we were here - reserve well in advance to get a site. We would definitely stay here again.

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Clean, well-maintained State Park. Good, paved interior roads; mostly level, paved sites. Sites are roomy, long and wide; both pull-throughs and back-ins, with views of impressive Picacho Peak. Sites are Electric only (no water); yet the same price as other AZ Parks with Electric & Water. There is some noise from I-10 and frequent trains, but they didn't bother us with the RV windows up at night. Plenty of hiking trails, some easy and others challenging. Not a lot to do in the area for a lengthy stay, but we would stay here again if passing through.

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Clean, well-maintained State Park. Good, paved interior roads; mostly level, paved sites, with plenty of room in between. A really cool cave is located here, and also a nice Visitor Center and Gift Shop. There are trails and paths where I enjoyed walking my dogs. No TV reception. We would stay here again.

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This review is for Lions Beach, Loop A. Long, mostly level, roomy sites; plenty of room for our 38-ft. 5th wheel with 4 slides. Would have been nice lake view, if the lake had more water. Park was clean, quiet (in Winter), with plenty of room to walk my dogs. Good paved interior roads and sites. We stay here when visiting family in T or C, and will stay again.

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Very easy access from I-10; just off Exit 140B. Clean park with gravel roads and level, gravel sites with trees. Sites long enough we didn't have to unhook. Very large, fenced dog run with trees; also horse area. We would stay here again.

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Easy access from I-20 - just off Exit 86. Narrow, paved interior roads, mostly level, paved sites. Only 26 Sites; some back-ins; pull-throughs are along side of road. The park doesn't reserve you a particular site, so plan to arrive early in the day to get a suitable one, not all are big-rig friendly. We enjoyed camping in the sand dunes, and would stay here again.

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Large park with good paved interior roads; level, concrete sites with grass in between. 3 fenced dog runs with grass; pool & playground area for kids. We requested a site in the front of park (#7); more spacious than sites farther back. We camp here when we're in the area, and will stay again.

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Easy access from I-35; some road noise, but it didn't bother us with the RV windows closed. Clean park with long, mostly level sites, concrete or gravel with concrete pads. Several roomy sites in front of park for short-term campers; we camped in Site #48. Gravel interior roads were fairly rough. Pretty little lake, and plenty of room to walk my dogs. We would stay here again.

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Pretty, well-kept State Park on Long Branch Lake, just off Hwy. 36. Fairly good, paved interior roads; sites are blacktop or concrete, with picnic tables and large fire rings. Our Site, #71, was concrete, long and mostly level, with 50-amp electric. Many Sites have lake views, and there are plenty of grassy areas and mowed trails for dog walking. We saw deer on our morning and evening walks. We would stay here again.

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Nice campground just minutes from Crawfordsville, but it feels like you're in the country. Good gravel roads and mostly level, gravel sites; fairly tight but not too bad. The park is right on a pretty little creek, Sugar Creek, I guess. There are also 2 ponds, a very large play area for the kids, and a large, grassy dog-walking area. We got several TV channels with our antenna, and the WiFi worked. They offer canoe rental in the summer. We would stay here again.

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Clean, well-maintained State Park, with friendly, helpful young men at check-in station. The campground was full on a nice fall weekend - luckily, we had paid the extra $10 to reserve a site. Paved interior roads, and mostly level dirt sites with some grass; and trees that helped with privacy, since sites are rather close together. Dog walking trail, and even a nearby Dog Beach. We would stay here again.

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This review is for the RV Park (not the RV Resort). A short drive to town of Empire and Sleeping Bear Dunes. Very friendly, helpful lady at front desk. Paved interior road was rather rough; sites are shady, mostly level, roomy, gravel with concrete pad. Park is pet-friendly - plenty of grassy areas and paths for walking my dogs; complete with dog-waste bags and buckets. No TV channels with our antenna, and I couldn't get the WiFi to work. However, we would stay here again.

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This park is 11 miles from Mackinaw City, and it feels like you're out in the wilderness! A stretch of Wilderness Park Road is badly in need of repair - very rough. The check-in station was unattended, and there were no maps to take to help locate our site. Maybe this was because it was early October, late in the season. We managed to find our site in the Pines Campground; nestled among the tall pine trees, rather than lakefront. The interior roads are paved and smooth, and the dirt/gravel sites are roomy and mostly level. I would recommend this campground if you don't mind the 11-mile drive from town, several miles of which are rough. If staying in the area again, we would probably try to find something closer to Mackinaw City.

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Easy access off Hwy. 45; back-to-back sites. Our site, #123 was roomy and mostly level, other sites are closer together. This park was quiet in mid-Sept., but there are plenty of amenities for families with kids - swimming pond with sandy beach, bouncy house, and more. Would be nice if they fenced their "Dog Park". We would stay here again.