About Larry Jenkins

Still working - helping keep up the Government! My wife retired a year ago and we, including Jubilee (JuJu) our miniature Schnizauer, travel the country as much as we can.

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It is a bit of a struggle to get from the expressway to the campsight which is located in a residential area with some nice parks close by. Several surface streets to traverse and tough in afternoon traffic. The reward is the campground - the widest in park streets I have ever seen. Easy to pull into the sites and get out. About 25% are long term and are all neat except for one guy that was growing a jungle of vines which had almost covered his entire camper - must be an old hippy! Great staff, park is kept very clean and it is quiet. WiFi was good and so was Verizon.

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Located just on the edge of this very small town it is a very nice campground. Lots of in and out overnighters but, no long time campers. Has cabins, large rentalable tents, and tent camping sights. Pull through sights are a little close and a tree in our sight kept us from fully opening our awning. WiFi a bit slow at times, Verizon weak. Staff is fantastic folks always working on maintenance and improvements. Very quite area. The town of Panquitch is very quaint. Some dust problems but, for the location for sightseeing in the area this was a great stay.

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This is a fairly new campground located just off I-215 in a heavy industrial. Well laid out with wide roads making it easy to park. My only complaint is I thought the sites could be a little more roomy but, it's all about packing as many in a small space to enhance income. My wife used the laundry which was clean. We did not use any of the other amenities ie: pool, playground, etc., but all are first class. As usual WiFi came and went but, Verizon was good. There is a private entrance to the Jordan River Parkway which is a 50 mile metro paved walking or bicycle path. We really enjoyed our walks. There is some highway noise but, you are inside Salt Lake.

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This is one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed in. We had the standard pull thru and take my word it is plenty nice. We had friends that turned their camper around facing ours and we had a great time. All paved streets, well landscaped, just beautiful. Sites are easy in and our pull through. A little close but adequate. WiFi and phones OK. Restrooms, showers, and laundry - super clean! Close walk to town if you want and the West Park Entrance is about 1 mile away. The only negative I have Saturday morning we were sitting outside with friends and their lawnmower came around. This thing is like a Big Union Pacific locomotive and just as loud. I went to the desk and complained and they informed me they cut grass everyday.The girl said she would send the manager to see me but, she never showed. I could understand during the week but, the weekend? If I had been playing music as loud as the lawnmower I am sure the Police would have been called. We still enjoyed the campground in spite of the one incident.

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Great stopover on our way to Yellowstone. The campground sits on a small plateau overlooking the city of Lander and the mountains in the background, The stay is worth the view! A little tight but, adequate - gravel surface, clean and well kept. My wife did our laundry and had no problems. WiFi OK and phone service good. Great staff - we would definitely stay here again!

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Not the best part of town but, protected by fencing and security guards. This is a good park for short term and overnight. Park divided into two sections - one for Full Timers and shorter rigs, the other for Big Rigs and overnighters. All gravel, easy in and out, spacing is adequate but not too close. Family run with a great BBQ restaurant on site - highly recommended! We were here for 3 nights and did some visiting in the area. WiFi was weak at times and Verizon was good. We would stay here again with no problem.

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Absolutly fabulous! Located on the side of a mountain about 15 miles south of the city it is a very quick and easy trek into town. The wonderful thing is the seclusion. There is no pavement but well manicured sites and roads with the "Red Rocks" of the area. The staff is friendly and always attenitive to your needs. The sights are roomy but do have trees to be careful of and there again the staff assists in parking and exiting. One thing unique the campground caters to their regulars and will hold and confirm certain sites. We had to move after the first day but, then had the same spot for the next 7. We talked to campers that had been coming through for years. There are very few full timers and there sites are well kept. Several times wild deer will just walk through the campground which is really cool. The only negative, which is no fault of the campground, is Verizon service almost does not work. The WiFi was good - they have repeaters all over the park. On a note during our visit we saw several other campgrounds in Colorado Springs and most looked liked Drive In theaters - close and junky. Thanks to RV Reviews we landed a good stay!

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Basic stopover site. We stayed two nights. Most of the campground would be full by 8 o'clock and then mostly empty the next day and fill up again. Mostly very roomy pull thru sites on improved gravel. Decent WiFi. Don't use showers or cable TV. Nothing for kids, but a Pub and Resturaunt close by. My wife and I enjoy walking, and a long walk down the nearby country roads was great. We would camp here again!

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There were not many good choices for campgrounds in this area. Thanks to RV Park Reviews to help us decide. We have stayed at Jellystone Parks in other places so we expected a certain standard. The campground is somewhat difficult to find because of the Toll gates from the Interstate, but we found it. It's a little worn and not polished,is the best way to describe it. Roads are gravel as well as camp sites. We had a Premium Pull Thru located on a corner and was very nice. About half of the park are long term residents and we met a few and enjoyed them. There are quite a few locals that come in and camp on the weekends so the camp does become full. We don't use the showers or cable so I have no comment there. The WiFi was good most of the time. In spite of all, we would stay here again.

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This was a "One Nighter" but I must say a great place to stay. If we were going to be in the area for any length of time this would be number one. Easy in an out of the campground with good long pull-through sight. A little tight between spots, but OK. Nice pool, play area for kids, and we did our morning walk through the adjacent fairgrounds and ball fields next door. WiFi was OK, water, 50 amp, etc. very good. Great stop!

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We love "RV Park Reviews"! Could not find any acceptable campgrounds near Jackson, TN so we choose Parkers Crossroads, which turned out to have an interesting Civil War Battlefield. We did our morning walk around the battlefield, which was great. The home of Casey Jones, which we visited, is about 30 minutes away and I highly recommend the Buffett at the village - real fresh vegatables. The campground is somewhat older and divided into two sections, one of which are long time residents and the other an area of pull-through sites for travelers. It is basic but acceptable and the local guy helped us get parked and situated. The road in is gravel, but the site is concrete in good condition. Water pressure is high, so be sure to have your regulator. WiFi is not consistent. No trees or picnic table. This was an easy in and out campground and I think as good as you will get for the area and we would stay here again.

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Very pleasant surprise! First time here and this is a very clean, well manicured park. Our lot #136 was an easy pull-through with plenty of room on both sides, as are all the sites. The roads and sites are gravel but, note the gravel is very clean, no weeds or ruts, and packed pretty tight. Power & Water good - WiFi OK but, not consistent - we carry our own hotspot when needed. We did not use the showers but, we took a peek and they are individual units and very clean. The campground is divided into two sections with the streets named after Civil War Generals. (A historical note this was an actual battlefield during the war occupied by the 84th Indiana Infantry and there is a memorial in a corner of the campground.) The "Yankee" side has a few long time residents and the "Southern" side is mostly real traveling campers. While near I-75 noise was no problem and stores etc. are close by. We will absolutely stay here again when possible!

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I was familiar with the area which is a fast deteroiating industrial area with a very rough and pot filled road (France Road). My wife made comments about it and then I reminded her of all the many campgrounds we have been to how many are located in "not so nice " parts of towns. That aside Pontchartrain Landing is an Oasis on France Rd. It is fenced in and has security. The campsites are fairly spacious with reasonable spacing although when we arrived we could not back into our reserved space because a vehicle in an adjoin sight was not parked properly and we could not make the turn. We have a 41' 5th wheel which can be a challenge at times. We were moved to an available pull thru right away and it worked out fine. We did have a problem with the 50amp circuit breaker kicking out on occasion - I informed the office and it was changed out right away. Based on other sites in NOLA this is a great site and we would stay here again. Really enjoyed the entertainment at the Light House Bar which is on site. Good location to get to areas around NOLA.

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We have been RV'ing a little over two years and we have found the "Mecca" of a campground! Nestled on the side of a hill overlooking a lake the campsights are the best we have ever expierenced. There are many options but, we were in Lot #61 - a back-in with a freestanding full fireplace. The view is to die for and the lots are paved with some grass trip. Landscaping in the campground is immaculate and well kept. WiFi was good - we did not use their Cable because we have a dish. Pigeon Forge and all of that is about 15 minutes away across the lake but, we only went over once - stayed in the campground. We'll be back soon!

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This was an interesting stop. We were on our way from Shreveport to Atlanta and needed a one nighter. No problem getting in and the young man on duty put us in a easy pull thru. The park is in two sections, one has many full timers and smaller sites and just across the street is a vey large flat area with quite a few spots for large RV's. Amenities are basic but well kept. I get the feeling this is a staging area for Alabama tailgaters as the University is a short ways off. We stayed humble with our UGA regalia. Would stay here again for a short stay!