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We echo the reviews below from 2016. Can only beat the bush so hard... Teddy Roosevelt Nat. park and the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame is the big draw here, and the park is OK for a 2-3 day stay. Nothing spectacular, just a general gravel road park needing some updating. Site was average and we did pay the $2.00 extra fee for cable which was nothing short of terrible, but better than zero stations available over the air! Convenient to town is the key phrase here.

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We echo the good comments on this park. It was the most expensive park we have encountered this season, with 12 weeks and 9000 miles traveling, however, in this case, we feel that we got what we paid for. Bear in mind, this is a massive RV park about 3 miles south of Mackinaw City. Our site was nearly a mile drive to the entrance. Many waterfront sites, but they are much smaller than other sites. We had a site 2 rows back from waterfront that was spacious, treed and very private, as are many there. This park is a destination resort in many ways. They have everything needed there on site. The general store is a bit pricey, but has whatever you may need. I rode my bike 3-5 miles per day and never left the park! They employ many students for the summer, all of which are trained to provide exceptional service from the time you arrive until you leave, as are all other regular employees. They have ongoing programs daily. The park creates its own atmosphere and was a great place to stay. We would stay here again without question.

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First, this place is way overpriced, period! When you turn in from Route 28, you are welcomed to the campground by a huge pavement dropoff, (be VERY careful!) then a 100 yard pothole strewn entry to the office. Office staff has a "Whatever...." attitude. Interior dirt roads are as bad as the entry, except the huge potholes are full of water and mud! Our site was severely out of level where the rear of our fifth wheel was on the ground and the front was nearly 6 feet high! Scary at best! The only drive by trash bin in the place had a huge mudhole filled with water about half the size of their pool. The campground is located on Route 28, a MAIN thoroughfare in The Upper Peninsula, so roaring traffic 24/7 is the norm. Bottom line is that we have a tough time understanding why the owner of a popular campground cannot spend a few dollars to at least make the place comfortable. Bear in mind that there are MANY tenters that are there to hike, so there are many campfires and LOTS of smoke, so close the windows and don't run the air! We will never return because it just seems to be a money grab to bilk the tourist.

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Nice little city park. Great value for the area. We called with short notice and got right in. They do accept reservations and will assign you a site when you call. No deposits needed. Pay attendant at a small kiosk at the park entrance. Very wooded park mostly on a hillside, as is the whole City of Hancock. Most sites are not level, so bring your chocks and plenty of leveling lumber. Some sites by the water, BUT... These are adjacent to the city beach parking area, so LOTS of traffic. Laundry facilities available. Overall, a very OK park and the best price we've seen this year.

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Nice little City park. Bear in mind, other than monthly reserved sites, the whole park is on a first come first served basis, no reservations taken, and pay by check,or cash in an envelope placed in a secured drop box. Best time to get there is about noon or early afternoon as the place fills up fast in high season. Nice trail that runs next to the lake for about 3 miles. Visit Bayfield, 17 mile drive. Boat trips to the Apostle Islands are nice. Nice new large casino about 2 miles north of Bayfield. One final note... The City has a construction project ongoing the rest of 2016 in the lot adjacent (east) to the RV park. Extremely loud backup alarms and construction noise start at 6 AM and continue all day until 5 PM 6 days a week.

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We echo the other reviews for this campground, as its just a basic place to spend the night, or if you are just needing a place to park your rv while you tour the area. No credit cards accepted, cash preferred over checks. We have AT&T and a Hot Spot that worked great, so we never use the park WiFi. No cable, and over the air is hit and miss. The single shower was OK. A bit pricey for what you get, other choices in Two Harbors are better, but plan ahead as they fill up quickly.

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This is an Tribal,owned and operated park adjacent to a casino, currently in the final remodeling stages of construction. Our rate is based on a 1 week stay. The sites are all located on a gentle hillside overlooking Lake Superior. Sites are all large and spaced well apart. All utilities worked fine. No cable, they want you in the casino, not watching TV! Grand Portage is simply the RV Park, a casino and a "Trading Post" which is excellent, having virtually anything you may need while traveling, from hardware to a small market with fresh foods to diesel and gas. (Best price around for sure) there is also a Post Office and Credit Union located in this store. There is only 1 washer and 1 dryer available in the laundromat. About 1/2 of the park was filled with seasonal workers. (All very friendly) this is 6 miles from Canada, and 42 miles to Thunder Bay, Ontario, and 34 miles to Grand Marais, the next nearest grocery store. Boat trips to Isle Royale 2 miles away. Not a lot to do here. If you like quiet times, it's here.Great views of the lake. One downside... We were unable to sit outside during the evening hours because of all the mosquitos and biting horseflies. Mornings and coffee outside are great though!

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We echo the last review comments from 2015. This is a very well kept basic campground operated by ththe City of Drummond. 17 sites, about half have full hookups. One single mens and womens toilet, no shower. Sites are spaced very far apart, lots of room. Located at the south end of Drummond lake and the City park. Very nicely kept. Make reservations through the library/ city museum which is adjacent to the campground. Pay in cash or check only through a secured drop at the campground. There is one restaurant, The Black Bear, that is completely packed when open. There is also a General store that has virtually every basic thing you may need including fishing and hunting supplies. It's also a gas station, but no diesel available. If you want a no frills quiet place to just sit back and read a book, this is the place. Librarian is a very pleasant person and will answer any questions and provide information about the area.

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The $30.00 rate is based on a 7 day stay weekly rate. I see that several people hace left reviews recently, so all I can do is to echo the same as they have said. This is a beautiful well manicured and kept park. The casino complex rivals anything in Las Vegas, and Hank Williams Jr. played the week we were there. The full sized bus to the Mall of America is great. 22 miles away, takes about 30-40 minutes. The gym complex is beautiful, about 1/2 mile away with the local shuttle service available if you want and is yours for $5 per day. Local shopping is about 3-5 miles in any direction for food etc. As with all Tribal owned campgrounds, there is never any cable tv connection, as they want you in the casino, not watching tv. However, being 25 miles SW of Minneapolis, we were able to pick up numerous (34) stations over the air with our King digital antenna. The only down side we did not care for was that 2 sites are always paired together, with both sets of utility connections sharing the same center island area, so that when you pull in and connect, your neighbor must pull in the opposite direction to connect. Result is that your rv's are about 5-8 feet apart back to back. So if you both have big slides, you can almost open your windows and shake hands with your neighbor! The front of your site is open and grassy and a reasonable distance to the next rv. Overall, a very nice place, reasonable priced with the best on site fuel price around.

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Our daily rate of $39.00 was based on a 7 day stay with a Good Sam discount, pretty pricey! As others have mentioned, this is an old tired KOA. All interior roads are dirt. Spaces are dirt and weeds. Fire rings are wheel hubs sunk in the ground with no grates. Pool was nice but chilly for a heated pool. WiFi was not usable from your site. No cable TV but you can pick up several clear over the air stations. Town itself is just OK, not much to do. ShopKo directly across the street, good prices. This is a gateway to Door County. We spent a day touring there... Unless you really like overpriced antique shops, eateries and numerous tourist traps along with hundreds of overpriced hotels, save your time and money. We were pretty disappointed. We have paid less in many campgrounds and gotten considerably better facilities etc. This park is way overpriced having dirt roads and parking pads, no accessible WiFi from your site and no cable TV. Combine that with the disillusioning Door County trip and we probably won't return. Sorry...

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Our rate of $104.00 plus metered electric of $25.00 was based on a their weekly rate for a total weekly cost of $129.00. This is an older well shaded mobile home park, that is reasonably well kept, and was safe and secure for us.They have several sites set aside for RV sites mixed in with existing mobile homes. We have been there twice now, and have enjoyed our stay, with all neighbors being very friendly. This is probably the best location for access to Chicago, as the South Shore Ogden Dunes station is just 3 miles away. Cost to downtown Chicago is $8.00 each way, and 1 hour 10 minutes train time, and very inexpensive. We have a small dog, and the office assisted us finding a pet sitter while we traveled to Chicago all day. This is a nice safe place to stay while in the Chicago area. We drove through Jellystone Park, just down the road, and kept on driving, overjoyed to find this unknown secret!

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Our rate was based on a 7 night stay. Beautiful State park. This park is HUGE, so if you like to hike, there are literally miles of trails within the park bounderies. Biking is a challenge, as several of the roads have extremely steep hills, so not good for old guys... Sites are very spacious. We had a 50 amp electric only site. Best thing about this park is that it's very quiet. Driving time to the Arch area is about 35 minutes. Shopping is not close, so be prepared to drive every time you need supplies. If you want peace and quiet, with very spacious heavily treed sites out in the woods, then this is the park for you.

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Very nice well developed park, that is located on many small rolling hillsides, so access can be challenging to various sites. Only 1 mile to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. If you're not liking noise, this is not the park for you, as it's literally adjacent to I-44 with roaring traffic and trucks 24/7. All utilities worked well. Beautiful pool with water features that the kids all love. Staff very friendly and helpful. Other than the roaring traffic noise, this is a very nice park.

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As mentioned below, this is a very nice mobil home park, with large mature trees throughout. Most residents seem to be the older/retired group. We were assigned a nice pull through concrete paved site very near the office with 20/30 and 50 amp available. Water and sewer as well, no cable. Very easy in and out for large rigs from this site. Our site was about 100 ft. From a beautiful, heated pool that RV ers may use while there. Ask for site 502 or 503 to be close to the pool. Best part of this place... It's quiet! No Interstate noise, no blaring train horns...just quiet, a refreshing change! Overall, a great stopover location.

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Stayed 2 nights. Owner is very pleasant, but has endured a terrible tragic loss recently. The park is about 1 mile away from the new casino on the west side of Dodge City. As mentioned, the park does need some repair. Cable is no longer available, and we were only able to get 2 stations on our digital antenna. Interior roads are pretty rough. Very large gravel on the site drives. Grass is non existent. The green we had was mass weeds that are loaded with small beebee sized stickers. Keep your pets reigned in. We pulled literally hundreds of these stickers off of our Bichon, and still are a week later. If you're sensitive to noise, this is not the place for you. Trains are across the street (Route 50) all hours of the day. The first time you hear a train blow its horn for the railroad crossing across the street ...will make your heart stop. It's loud... Route 50, a main east/west thoroughfare, borders the park on the south side and is very close on the east side, so you have truck/traffic noise 24/7. We went to the pool, only to find out that it was not heated, and very cold, so we left. Concrete around the pool is in serious need of repair as well. Probably the best choice in Dodge City though.