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Very nice greeting from lady at office. I prepaid for one night and was told which one it was beforehand. There are maps on the website so you can see where you will be. There are more pull thru's now--probably around 5 with 50 amp--so I got one of those. Depending on where your utilities are located, it might require longer hoses. Sites are hard surface and level, with picnic tables and fire rings. My 32' plus toad was accommodated OK, but I think a bigger rig plus toad might be a bit snug. Just electric and water with dump station at entrance. Interesting historical site and information to walk around. Very clean restrooms (2 showers, 3 toilets), and I was only 1 of 3 people there that evening.

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Loved the pedestrian bridge right next to the park that took me right to Clinton Library. There was a free tram to take me downtown too, or you can take a trolley all through downtown Little Rock and North Little Rock (Argenta). So it was Very convenient. Restrooms clean, but only one of each, so there were long waits to use the ladies RR. I was about halfway back in the park, so the WiFi reception was slow for me. The lady in the office said it was better in the laundry area, which I didn't try and opted for my hotspot instead. Good security with gated access, and easy in and out from the interstate. Couldn't beat the views right there on the river. I opted for a pull thru site instead of a back-in for a PA rate, and it's still only $24. I stayed there 2 days and would stay there again and maybe see a concert or take in a minor league baseball game.

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This was a quiet gravel parking lot overlooking a lake. Many of the lots nearer the lake sloped down toward it, so you will definitely have to level your rig. Since the sewer was located above the my outlet, I had some difficulty in getting it drained. Note to others: choose a space nearer the entrance where it is more level, or move your rig either before or after to discharge your black/gray tanks. The fellow running it was very nice and helpful and came out to see me and collect the money, although you can leave money in a lockbox near the entrance. WiFi was excellent. Bathrooms and showers are supposed to be done "next week". I would call to ask, if these are important to you. I would go there again. It's very quiet at night and bucolic with the frogs croaking and cows mooing.

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Easy checkin. Great WiFi. Showers some of the best I've ever seen and so convenient to pull in and out with my motorhome pulling a toad. Super value with PA discount. Only downside are the trains on one side and the interstate on the other, but I'll put up with them for the price and convenience. I'd definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Lady in office friendly. I had no problem with my 32' pulling a toad in making the circle near the office and into my site. I had a FHU with 50 amp. No issues. They charge $.50 for 6 minutes in the shower, which is just amusing to me and not an issue. I understand water is scarce in Arizona. Restrooms, showers and laundry all clean and close by. Although the washer and dryer were only $1.50/load, I think I needed more time on the dryer for that $1.50. I bought a cherry pie for around $8. It was good, but I'm not sure I would buy another. WiFi good. I would stay here again, though, if in the area. It was convenient and quiet.

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Checkin was very easy. I was the first one there. They didn't take reservations. It is a private park so there were no discounts, but the price is reasonable for an overnight stay. I checked out the bathrooms and shower for the campers, and thought they were just a bit dingy. Not a place I'd want to visit in the evening; however, the restrooms for the Caverns were well lighted and clean and even closer. It was a little tricky to park my 32' with toad, but managed to do it. I was told to check out the electric service to find one that would work. That didn't sound promising, and sure enough, the first one I picked didn't have 50 amp, but the next one did. I didn't need to level up and had a good time watching all the deer feeding in the evening and morning. It was absolutely silent at night, and fairly dark, which is great. I would come here again. It was easy to find and get to.

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As others have noted, this is a small park between an interstate hwy and a feeder road, next to the Guadalupe River. It is mostly concrete pad with some grass on the sites nearer the river. No shade and sites are relatively close together. If it weren't for the traffic noise, I would rate it higher, because the lady was very nice, the restrooms were excellent, check-in and parking into my pull through was very easy. It was an excellent value relative to proximity to all the activities in the area--primarily the town of Gruene, which is not to be missed. I stayed two nights, but if I was to stay longer, I would find a park farther away from the noise. My rate was PA, which I felt was a fair price and it was good for a 2 day stay.

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Rate shown is PA. This is a nice enough park, but close to I-10 so there is traffic noise. They have put several new sites in the middle of a barren field when there were many unused sites in the shade nearby, which were closer to the restrooms. The park was nearly empty, but they parked each overnighter in these 10 sites side by side to me. All the park amenities are closed for the season, so I am puzzled by this move. I would rather have parked underneath the tall oaks, which were shadier, quieter, closer to the restrooms and separated more from my neighbors. Regardless, shower and toilets looked fairly clean, and there was a nice store. They are trying to figure out how to attract more people in the off season. It was only for one night and OK for that, but to make it a destination, they need to park people in the more desirable spots.

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This was my second stay here this year as I go back and forth on I-10. I like the proximity to the interstate, but this time I got a space right next to the truck stop and it was very bright and too loud to leave windows open, which is why I rated it lower. They used to accept PA, but was discontinued in June 2014. Bathrooms are clean--several separate rooms containing both toilet and shower. WiFi worked fine and the cable has 60+ stations. I would ask for a space farther away from the entrance if I go there again.

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I just stayed one night but loved this quiet, dark out of the way place so close to I-10 (Exit 53). I called when I pulled off the interstate and was met at the gate and led to my drive thru spot on the grass (FHU). Price was PA. The lady working there was very nice. I was invited to a appetizer party at the clubhouse, but was so tired from driving that day, I didn't go, but sure appreciated the invite. It does look like there are a number of snowbirds and they are scattered at the edge of the park where the trees are. The only thing that keeps this from being a 10 for me was the lack of shade. I don't need a pool. WiFi was excellent and I got several TV channels over the air. Bathrooms are spotless. I would definitely stop here again.

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This is a Good Sam rate. They do advertise PA, but it's only available for back-in sites, and I opted for a pull thru. Pull thru site was concrete. The park is quite picturesque and it looks like there are a lot of full timers. The restrooms, showers, and pool are very clean, but quite a ways away from where I was parked. I think the overnight back-in sites were closer to them, but also closer to the road. Although it's very well kept, I think the rate was high, especially since there was no cable. WiFi worked fine. I would stay there again, but probably opt for a back-in if overnighting. People at the office were very nice.

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Price reflects PA rate. This place is fine for an overnight stay, and maybe longer if you want to fish on the lake next to it. I had a pull through site on the grass that needed some leveling, but close to the bathrooms. Showers were down near the checkin and were plentiful and clean too. Not sure about earlier comments regarding the pool--it was sparkling clean and fenced. It was easy to find, Walmart up the road near the Pilot gas station. There does seem to be a lot of full timers, but they are at the back of the large area and away from the overnighters. I filled up at their gas station, even though it was more expensive, but it was a lot easier maneuvering my rig through it than the crowded Pilot. I would stay there again.

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Ditto to everything the previous reviewer said. Immaculate restrooms--they look brand new. My Verizon signal was strong and WiFi was excellent. You do have to park on the grass and it's a little confusing about where to go, but there were very few rigs there, so I guess it didn't really matter. I got FHU under some shade. I would have rated higher if there had been gravel or concrete sites and maybe cable or a pool. The people are perfectly friendly and it was an easy in and out for a one night stay on my way to Orlando.

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Friendly and helpful host. I should have noted that there were no restrooms or shower facilities before I reserved. Oh well. It was certainly easy enough for me to wash my hair at my own outdoor shower in my swimsuit. Over the air TV channels were plentiful and Wi-Fi signal was excellent. Host very friendly. Check or cash only. Very easy to find off I-65, Exit 354. No shade and gravel sites weren't as level as some I've been in, but plenty long. I would've rated higher if there had been restrooms, but would certainly stay again. 3 miles down the road are all the shopping you need.

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Very quiet park out by a racetrack, which didn't have anything going on the 2 nights I was there. Restrooms and laundry very clean. It would be nice if there was more shade. WiFi signal was excellent and I was able to get some TV channels over the air. Access to downtown Paducah was easy and I enjoyed looking around the waterfront there. I also wondered if I wasn't lost on the way there, but directions on the website are very accurate. BTW, if you were to go left at the stop sign on 450, it takes you right to Paducah. Of course, turn right to the RV park. Gravel sites, level. Seemed to be many permanent residents. Camp hosts were very friendly. I would return if in the area.