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Pulled in a heavy rain storm and expected the sites to be flooded, but the drainage was great and within minutes of the rain stopping the sites were left with no standing water. Many sites are occupied by workers staying for long term, but it was not any issues with the folks that come in for a few days and then leave. The roadway outside the park is busy and there is road noise, If you stay in the park you get a discount card to use at the on site restaurant, we didn't use on this visit. People inside the park said it was very good. Roads are asphalt and sites are gravel and for the most part level. Easy commute to down town St. Louis and appears to be a safe location.

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Did not use the pool, but it looked very clean and well kept. The bathrooms and laundry were under construction and being updated so were closed on this visit. As others have stated, the pull through sites for rv's can be extremely long, mine was 150ft and was level and clean. The trees gave leanty of shade but still would let a satelite dish get signals. The back in sites were at least 60 ft long and you might be next to a mobile home site. Almost all were well kept and the park seems to be run with a rule to keep it clean. If your in the area this would be a nice location to use as your "home base" for exploring Tulsa.

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Only after we signed in did we find out the wifi is only good in the clubhouse areas, not from your rig. The guide directed us to our site, made sure everything was working and explained the park has 80 psi water pressure and to use a reducer for the pressure, otherwise we could have issues.

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The park is old and it shows, but the power and cable were good. We had a good strong wifi connection and a pull through site. Sites are small and tight, but easy on and off from the expressway. Manager was friendly and helpful. Our site was long, gravel and as level as we needed.

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Good park if your thinking of seeing Prescott and surrounding areas. Ashpalt streets, gravel sites that were flat and level. Power at each site is 30 or 50 amp, good drinkable water with great pressure and sewer. Office staff was helpful and made check in a breeze.

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This campground is behind the motel, has been here for many years and the grounds look it, not well kept. But with many long term working in the area residents the place was easy to get into and we had a extra long site so the big rigs would fit easily. All the utilities worked well including the wifi and cable tv. We paid the extra $2.00 to have the long pull through site, well worth the extra money. Otherwise you may be required to back in. The area is not the best looking, but we had zero interaction with anyone other than the office person and that was pleasant. Very easy access off I-75.

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Very friendly staff, only a couple of nightly sites so calling would be smart to ensure a spot. I only saw 2 drive through sites and mine was long but this campground would be a better fit for smaller units, maybe less than 38 ft. Quiet setting and extremely well kept right on the lake. No sewer hook ups but they did have a dump station. Many long term rigs but it was neat and clean and well run. We will try to return and stay longer. Only a couple of easy driving miles off the freeway.

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Yes the drive is about 10 minutes off the freeway, but oh so worth it. The signs are large and easy to see and follow. Flat paved roads, level concrete sites, and the setting it beautiful. Only a few pull through sites so it may be best to call ahead, otherwise you will back in. Lots of room between sites and it appears all have a view of the large fishing pond. Wifi worked well and over the air tv was good. Office staff friendly and helpful. Yes, it was very quiet at night, no trains or traffic noise. We used our Passport discount but it was worth the full price.

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Nice park with friendly staff. Our site was a pull through long enough for most any length rig, and pretty level too. The interior roads including the sites were hard packed gravel and each site has a grass area inbetween the next neighbor. I saw many picknic tables, and right next to the park that is easily visible is a horse race track they use for practice racing. The park is not far off I-10 but no road noise heard on our stay.

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The park is worn and tired, but the power was good, the cable TV worked well and the WiFi was useable without difficulty. Our site was close to level and long enough as a pull through that the longest rigs would fit. Sure not a place we would stay longer than a day or two, but overall works for a over night stop.

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Considering this is an older park and we only stayed 1 night we were pleased with the park. The park has gravel sites and ours was level and a pull through. All the cable tv channels came in clear, the WIFI was adequate for our needs. Well worth the Passport Discounted rate of $14.00 and we will make this a place to return on our way back through.

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As others have said this is just a place to stay slightly better than parking in a shopping center. The road noise is always there as your right up to I-80 and the truck noise is non stop. The price is extremely high for what you get, but the 50 amp power is good and the Wi-Fi seems strong. The sites are dirt and if it rains,they could turn muddy. The grass was long, but they have had a lot of rain in the past few weeks. The place still has the for sale sign hanging out front, but doesn't look like it has changed owners.

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We normally don't do KOA parks, but this was on the route and decided to stay. The owners were so nice and they really try to keep the place pretty. Our site was level and the WiFi and power were excellent along with cable TV. Lots of grass and many shade trees. The pool looked clean and refreshing, but we didn't use it this trip. It was easy to access off the highway and was quiet without much road noise. We would make this a stop on our next trip through this way.

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Our 50 amp power was strong and solid, WI-FI worked fine, and our site on gravel was as level as we needed. It is not a destination park, but it was fine for a one night stop over. Plenty of room for big rigs to get into and out of the spaces and park entrance. Only a short distance off of I-10 but no noise was noticed.

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It has been 3 years since we were in this park and over that time the improvements are obvious. The sites appear to be more level, things that needed painting have been painted. The rangers all seem to go out of there way to fully answer any question and if they were not sure, called to verify. There is always some activity and the food service is good. The small store is well stocked and priced within reason. They have added 50 amp sites for a additional charge, and during the hot times, it really comes in handy. We enjoyed our stay and will make it back in another few years.