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This park is definitely big rig friendly. It is not fancy but their streets and lots are very spacious with few trees to manuever around. The only reason I did not rate it a 10 was the fact that the internet was pretty much non-existant but we would stay here again. We stayed here in a 45 motorhome with a tow. A lot of RV parks identify themselves as big rig friendly. This is an RV park that can honestly claim that.

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This is not a ranch. It is simply a few acres off the beaten path where someone squeezed together some electricity and water faucets. Appeared to be numerous full timers (who were super friendly). This park is not big rig friendly. It is more suitable for smaller trailers. We were told they had a pull thru so we made this park our destination for the evening. No pull thru. We had to unhook. The corners were so tight that the caretaker had to guide us around corners, parked vehicles and camper trailers. We will not stay here again. Internet was as slow as dial up.

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This park advertises 150 pull-thrus but it is an old park and the pull-thrus are not designed for big rigs. We were put in their largest pull thru and barely fit our 45' RV in the space provided. Absolutely no room for a tow. We had to unhook just to park to stay one night. There are numerous large trees with roots invading sites. We were told that we had the most level site for a big rig and our RV still said "excessive slope" after trying to level for the night. We had to lift jacks, repark in the same site just to try and get a more level position. If the park would have had more campers, we would not have been able to maneuver through the park to get in or out of the park. In our opinion, this park is not big rig friendly to motorhomes that are 40+ feet and/or with a tow and should avoid this park. We will not stay here again.

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The only comment I have about this park is that there is NO cell phone service. You are advised this when you check in. It is located in a quiet, beautiful setting. Internet is acceptable.

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This park will work for an overnight stay if you are passing through and if the park is almost empty. The internet was almost nil and the gravel sites were pretty short. This is an older park and is really not equipped to handle the big rigs. We stayed here in a 45' motorhome. We called the RV park across the street and it was sold out while this park only had a few campers. We would not stay here again.

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The name of the park should give campers a hint that the park is on a hill. It is a very nice park and if the owners would improve the internet service (which is currently practically non-existant) and level out the gravel sites, it would be a nice park. Besides the internet, the only complaint I have about the park is that the sites are extremely uneven. I would stay here again though.

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The name of this place is very misleading. Don't have your hopes up for an extraordinary park because it isn't. It's just a place to stop for one night. Internet is pretty much non-existant. Most lots have huge trees invading on the extremely narrow sites. It appears that the lots were divided into two lots so you will share a lot with another unit. It is NOT big rig friendly just due to the fact that they are putting two units in basically one space. Read the description of the park. There are 300 lots crammed into a small area. I would not stay here again.

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We stayed here in a 45 ft motorhome and will stay here again. I won't repeat what everyone else is saying about this park but I concur with the comments. I will add that Pensacola is a short 15 minute drive away and if it is a must that you have access to the internet, I would not stay at this park as the Wi-Fi is intermittent.

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This is a hidden gem. It is not a resort; the sites are grass but level and it is not anything fancy but I would stay here time and time again. The staff was friendly, the internet was extremely fast, local TV channels available. It is located .3 miles from the Interstate but the park is surrounded with trees so there is very little Interstate noise. It is very peaceful and relaxing. The pull thru's are very long. Our 45' RV with a tow measures 63' long and we had no trouble getting to or into our designated spot. We would definitely stay here again and most likely will make it our destination stop when traveling. This park IS big rig friendly.

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I agree with most of the reviews: this is Not a RV resort, interstate noise is intrusive, loud and non-stop, several full-timers, staff friendly, sites not level, and not big rig friendly. We had a 45' RV with a tow and had to unhook. The sites have decorative rock and railroad ties which make it impossible to pull into the site with a tow. We stayed in one of the few "premier" sites. We will not stay here again due to the Interstate noise and the airplanes flying overhead.

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This RV park is big rig friendly but it is quite a distance from the Interstate which means no traffic noise but there is a train track nearby. Sites are sufficient in size for a 45' motorhome, level and graveled. The staff was courteous. The cable TV and Wi-Fi worked. It appears there are a lot of permanent residences. Due to the price and the location, we would only stay here again if we couldn't find another RV park.

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Big rigs: If you have to drive an extra 100 miles to camp here, it is worth the drive. This is a pretty new park and they didn't spare any expense in creating the perfect park. I would actually consider this a resort and not a park. The park has 100', paved and level pull-thrus, wide roads, a grassy area at each site with a picnic table, a large modern playground, pet park, lighted basketball and tennis courts, volleyball net, very clean pool area with a hot tub, free wi-fi, 60 TV channels AND a convenient/liquor store, a cafe and gift shop. To top it off, it is located one mile south of I-90 and it was quiet. They honor Good Sam discount. Bonus: there is a championship 9 hole golf course 1.5 miles away and they offer a discount if you are staying at the RV park. Construction for an additional 9 holes was in full swing in Sep 2014. This park, by far, exceeded our expectations. We will definitely be back.

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I would rate this park a 10 but since we had to move to several different sites to find a level one, I had to reduce my rating. The staff is very friendly. There are shaded sites and open sites for satellite. The view is beautiful as it sits on the Missouri River and it is an extremely quiet park. The wi-fi worked fine. There are gravel sites, grassy sites and a few paved sites. Based on our experience and from what we witnessed around the park, the park's sites are mostly at a slant and they were no where near being level. Short trailers are fine to camp here but I would not recommend it for a big rig. We would stay here again only if work was done on the sites to level them out.

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Sites are level, graveled, extremely long and spacious. I would have given this park a 10 but the noise level was unbearable. The park is located right next to the highway.

     

Dayton KOA

Brookville, Ohio

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Big rigs beware! This park was not designed for nor has it been modified for big rigs. The paths within the park are extremely narrow and the turns are ridiculously tight. The party who checked in after us drove a large motorhome with a tow and they tore out the sides of four storage doors from decorative boulders that are place throughout the park while trying to make one of the tight turns to their site. They were led to their site by a young female employee. My husband was a truck driver and had he not had that experience, we too would have damaged our motorhome. There are a lot of mature trees that need to be removed to allow motorhomes to maneuver around the park easier. We would never stay here again and would strongly recommend that rigs over 40 feet avoid this park. With that being said, it is a very pretty park and well maintained. It appears to offer activities for the kids. Camping here in a tent, cabin, or a small trailer is probably just fine but this is not a "big rig" friendly park whatsoever. It was also quite expensive at $54 a night. The Wi-Fi was very fast. The biggest positive about this park is that is a quiet park.