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Interagency 50% discount rate for two nights. Site was a large, level, paved back-in site with on-site water and 50 amp service. A dump station is available in the park. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell and data reception. We would stay here again.

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Interagency 50% discount rate for nine nights. Site was a large, level, paved back-in site with on-site water and 50 amp service. A dump station is available in the park. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell and data reception. This is a very nice COE park that is convenient to Ft Myers. It is very quiet at night. We would stay here again.

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Florida Senior Resident 50% discount rate for three nights. Site was a large, level, gravel back-in site with FHU and 50 amp service. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell reception. Verizon data reception was inconsistent. There is lots of vegetation between sites. We would stay here again.

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KOA 10% discount for three nights. The site was a long asphalt pull-through site with FHU and 50 amps. There was a good sized concrete patio adjacent to the pad. We had good Verizon cell and MiFi reception and good satellite reception. The park's WiFi was slow. The parks interior roads are very narrow, but easily navigated.

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KOA 10% discount for two nights. The site was a pull-through, level concrete pad with FHU and 50 amp. We had good Verizon cell and MiFi reception and good satellite reception. The park's WiFi worked well. They advised us to use a pressure regulator because the park water pressure is 95 psi. The park staff also warned us of sugar ants and came by daily to spray. Nightly trains came by and blew their horns and that was a bit disturbing.

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Passport America 50% rate for four nights. The site was a very basic gravel pull-thru, FHU and 50 amp site. We had good Verizon cell and MiFi reception and good satellite reception. This park is a good location for an overnight stay just off I-65. There are some tight turns on the narrow roads to the park so be sure to follow the directions on the campground website.

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Good Sam discount for one night. It was a gravel, pull-thru site with FHU and 50 amp. There was no park WiFI. There was good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. The owner is quite friendly and helpful. He recently purchased the park after it sat vacant for three years. It remains a work in progress. They had live bluegrass music on the night of our stay. The park was okay for a one night stay.

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Good Sam rate for one night. There was only one site available when we made a reservation. The site was an unattractive, narrow, back-in site that was all gravel. There are pull-thru sites that have grass and are more attractive. The site was a FHU, 50 amp site. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception and good satellite reception. There is easy access to I-465. In a pinch, we would stay here again.

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Escapees 15% discount for two nights. Pull through site with 50 amp, FHU, and a gravel pad. Good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. Good satellite reception. Some highway noise. This is an okay park to use when in Elkhart, but it is not a resort or destination type of park. We would stay here again.

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Nightly rate does not include the $9 entry fee (one time fee) for out of state residents. The $9 fee applies only to motorhome if towed car is hooked up; otherwise you have to pay for both vehicles. Site 75 is spacious, gravel/grass mix and mostly level, but many sites have a slight grade. Verizon cell/MiFi reception was generally okay, but sometimes faded out. Good satellite television reception at our site. Trees may block reception at many sites. We stayed for twelve nights to visit family in South Bend and will stay again. Mosquitoes were heavy this year. There are low hanging branches along the entrance road and the campground road. The campground is popular on summer weekends and a reservation is probably needed.

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This is a no frills, self-serve park with easy access to I-69. No discounts are offered. Site 7 was a 50 amp, FHU, pull-through site with a concrete pad. This is the only site with a concrete pad. The site was farther away from the interstate so traffic noise was not too bad. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. The park Wifi worked well at times and probably depended on the number of users. We stayed for three nights because of the easy access from the park to the genealogy library in Fort Wayne. We would stay here again.

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KOA 10% discount for a four night stay. Site was a back-in, FHU, 50 amp site. There was good spacing between sites. The sites are separated by railroad ties. We had some satellite reception, but trees interfered with reception from satellite #129. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. Park WiFi worked well. The parking pad for site 604 was very soft gravel and mud that did not provide a solid surface for our motorhome. In spite of this we would probably stay here again.

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Interagency Senior Pass 50% discount for a 50 amp electric and water site. Site had a concrete pad that was slightly off side to side so we had to block tires on one side. There were a couple trees that had low hanging branches that rubbed the motorhome. We had good satellite reception, but the trees will interfere with many sites. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. This is a quiet and pleasant Army Corps of Engineers park. We would stay here again.

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Rate was $27 plus $5 per day non-resident fee plus a $9 reservation fee. Site was a large, level, pull-through site with 50amp. There was no water or sewer at site, but are available in the park. We had cell and MiFi reception (2-bars). No satellite reception because of the trees, but several OTA channels available. This is a new campground with new paved interior roads and new bath houses. The sites are separated by lots of vegetation. The negative about the site was the sand surface. Our GPS route to the park was via eight miles of narrow and winding roads with many low hanging branches. If we return, I would follow highway 9J south from Rensselaer.

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Rate after currency exchange, reservation fee, and 10% senior discount was $23 per night for a seven night stay. Site was a very large grass site with 30amp electric. Our site was located in a large open field with no trees. Other electric sites are available in a forest-like area with narrow roads and low branches. A dump station and water spigots were available in the park. The campground was very quiet at night and the majority of sites were unoccupied. There was no park WiFi and no Verizon cell/MiFi reception in the park. We have Verizon's Travelpass that provides coverage in Canada for $2/day, but coverage was spotty on the island. The visitor center provides free WiFi access and is about 3 miles from the park. DishTV satellite reception was good for #119 and #110 but not #129; therefore, not all channels were available. We would stay here again.