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This is a small city operated campground in a beautiful city park complex. There are two areas, one next to a fairly busy road and the other a little more secluded. The latter has only back-in sites, with one pull up site, while the other area is all pull-thrus. Many campers who stay here are customers of the NuWa factory, now called Kansas RV Center. There is no charge to stay for several days (sorry...we never stayed more than 4-5 days and don't know the time limit). The main point we want to stress is to watch for the overhanging branches of the trees at the campground and throughout the park. While there for some minor repair work, we snagged the edge of our roof on a limb and ended up having to have a new roof put on. We were told this is an almost common problem at the campground. Beware!

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We really liked this park except for loud and constant road noise. The grounds were well kept and clean. Had a nice site at the end of a row with plenty of room to walk our dogs. Like many smaller Texas parks, most of the occupants were seasonals, mainly oil field workers and students. The students were on Christmas break so many were gone. We would stay here again.

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This is another park that is okay for an overnight. There were a few seasonals, but the declining oil market has affected them. Friendly office staff, gravel sites. Water was on, but they asked us to remove the water hose at night to prevent a freeze up. The downside for us was all the stickers. Our little dogs were not happy campers. There was a little road noise overnight.

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This campground is fine for an overnight, easy to find, close to I-35. The office person was very friendly and helpful. Didn't try the WiFi and the water was off to the sites, although there was a faucet that was frost proofed so you could fill your onboard tank before setting up.

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Be sure to call the City of Waynesville before you plan on staying at this campground. The campground has been evacuated several times this season due to flooding, and is still closed as of 7/15/2015. RVPR ADMIN NOTE: The campground is still open, but the shower house facility is temporarily closed.

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The plusses: great little fenced in dog run, nice viewing pond with geese, cable TV (but it costs $2 extra). The downsides: all gravel, including pads and roads, grasses away from sites were full of stickers. I couldn't pull into my site easily because of a truck that was parked too far out into the road and because it was a very short 90 degree turn into the site. There are a lot of seasonal workers staying there but the park was quiet when it was supposed to be. I will likely stay again, only because it is the only decent campground in the area. Not what you might expect from a KOA.

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My camper door broke and I was locked out. Owners found a locksmith to come out after hours. He was wonderful. The owners came and checked on us, and stayed to chat. The sites are huge, and they place campers so they are not next to each other, when possible, and our site, and the neighbor's, were level. Valentine has almost anything you might need and it's only a short 4 mile drive to town. Very quiet and peaceful. Would give it a 10 but no over air TV or cable. I agree with previous reviewers, the Wi-Fi was very fast. I would definitely come back. Big rig friendly!