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New owners are trying to improve this park. Lots of older seasonal rigs here. Narrow roads. FHU, 30amp, gravel mostly shaded. Playground (small). Very friendly people invited us to the ice cream social & barn fire. Escorted to site.

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We prefer not to stay in KOA, but this one was on our route & convenient to the interstate. They are expensive in most cases & not much to talk about. Water and electric. Gravel, grass and picnic tables, shaded. Sites were nearby. Pull through. Pool, mini golf (joke), pet run (small), small playground.

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We were here visiting friends in the area. On grass with lots of shade. Good room between. Sites aren't well marked in places. We pull through a field. Playground, train for kids, pool, pet stations, volleyball, mini golf. There's a separate clubhouse for the seasonals.

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This is OK for a casino campground. There's grass between sites & room too. Pull through & back in. It's confusing on the website because the lengths shown say we wouldn't fit. But we saw large rigs in those sites. We would have preferred a back in because of the grass behind. But when we called, the hotel staff didn't know. 50 amp & water only. Breakfast included at hotel. Laundry $1 to wash $1.50 to dry. Hotel staff doesn't give you information unless ask. I think they should give you a map showing where train station is (very convenient by the way to go into Chicago) & shopping. Walk to casino.

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This is basically a parking lot. You are next to the fair. At the time we were there, a carnival was going on. It was loud at night. Very little shade. You do share a hook up, ours was on the wrong side for our rig. We had to get another sewer hose to reach. We couldn't move to a site that would be good because there was a motorcycle rally there. FHU.

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Long driveway into campground. Office staff very nice. Gravel site wit grass in between. Good space in between. Some shade. FHU, PTH, dog run, pool & playground, wifi.

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Not much to choose from. Easy access to interstate . Behind Days inn. They give you assess to pool & discount to restaurant inside. No shade. Pull through & FHU.

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There's not much choice of campgrounds here with FHU. Sites are gravel & dirt can get muddy. Some pull through, some back in. Escorted to site. You aren't allowed to park yourself. Some sites have shade, ours didn't. Very tight. 50amp. WiFi, $cable.

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This is a pretty new Resort. The entrance is paved & the office is beautiful. Gravel roads inside, along with gravel sites with grass in between. There weren't many other people here, but it seemed like there was good spacing between sites. Shaded by pine trees. There are back in & pull through sites. Standard is w&e, deluxe is FHU. Has 30 & 50 Amp. WiFi, pool, laundry & bathroom. Some sites need leveling.

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We arrived at 3; no one in the office, but our site was on the board. We went back when the office was supposed to be open. Someone was there, but ignored us. I called because I wanted to pay by another method other than the credit card I gave to hold the stop. I left a message, no one called us back. Have no idea what the rules are. The Mobile Home Park of this place is run down. The RV sites are OK. There are permanent residence who keep the area clean. Hardly any shade. Back-in and pull-through, full hook up 50 amp. No other amenities that we saw. Wouldn't come back.

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As others stated lots of rules. When we expressed our concerns about our dogs barking, they explained that they gotten complaints. If you know your dog barks, take them with you. We just closed all the shades & put on the ac. Then all the signs about no pets here. The pet run seemed to be watered when we wanted to use it. The staff was business like. Sites are mostly pull through, shaded, close by, picnic tables. 30 & 50 Amp. Cable (which you run through antenna). WiFi.

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There's some long term residents that keep their area clean. Standard sites are on gravel, no cable & 30 amp. Deluxe are on concrete & 50 Amp. All have sewer. Some shade. We had to park across the way. Mostly pull through sites. All have picnic tables. Pool, spa, Wine tastings.

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The campground was very full for the time of year. Lots of permanent residences that keep their area clean. Sites were close by on Asphalt with Scrubs for privacy. Playground, small narrow pet run, hiking trails. FHU, cable, 50 amp, paid WiFi that didnt work.

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This is a membership Park. You have to pick a spot. The site was on gravel with shade. Full hook ups with 50 amp. There are pull through, back ins, also 30 amp water & electric only. Shaded. The anemities include pool, spa, playground, pet area, rec rooms.

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There are permanent residence some have been there for years. Some are messy. Very friendly staff & residents. The sites are close by. Gravel pads. Back in sites. FHU, cable, WiFi. Clubhouse with book exchange.