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We stayed for three nights. The resort has a pool, playground and a nice restaurant/bar which served good food (we had drinks one night and pizza the next). It was early summer so not crowded but the sites were very close and had no trees in our section, so no shade. The ground was level and grassy so it was easy to park. Each site had a fire pit and picnic table on a cement slab with full hook-ups.

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This is a beautiful Wisconsin state park. But due to state budget cuts staying there can be a frustrating experience. The sites are fully wooded and quite private but have not had maintenance done to them in a long time and so it is almost impossible to level your RV. In addition, there is not a camp host on site or a ranger or any other staff to help you find out which sites are available. We had a reservation through Reserve America and our assigned site was very un-level. The park was almost deserted so we moved to the best site we could find but there was no staff there to tell us what was available, consequently, we got all set up and then had to move. Gorgeous view of the Mississippi from the picnic area.

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The man who checked us in was very friendly. The campground was grassy and treed with gravel parking spots that were not very level. The sites were close together and most of the other RVs were very old and in bad shape. The campground was bordered with a run-down mobile home park which was not separated by a fence. A train track runs close to the park and a train can be heard several times per day. The roads were full of potholes. But it was an okay park for the price considering we had sewer at our site in addition to water and electricity.

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The campground is located close to the Grand Old Opry. It is also close to the freeway which provides a lot of noise for the campground. The roads in the park are gravel and nice and wide but the spaces are close together and not level. We did not have full hookups (no sewer) but there is a dump. The wifi is pretty good and there is cable tv.

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This is the first park during our 3 month trip in which the wi-fi has actually worked. The park has nice paved roads and spaces with grass and a picnic table. It is rather a challenge to navigate because it is located on several hills but the location on the hills make the view beautiful. Noise from the interstate is significant but the location is close to all that Asheville has to offer.

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What a great park! It is well-planned, the sites are staggered around a pond so that most have a view of the water. The roads are paved and there is a concrete patio with a picnic table at each site. The pads are blacktopped and wide, because the roads are wide it is easy to back a large motorhome into the site. The best part is that the wifi really works, this is the only park that we have stayed in in our 3 month trip that it really does. There is a nice, although short, walking path within this park.

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The facilities were rundown and the roads were very narrow. The pool and laundry were dirty. They had nice landscaping with bushes and trees between the sites. Many of permanent trailers were very rundown and in need of repair. It is called a resort but it is actually a trailer park with a few RV spots. It was nice to have your garbage picked up each day at your site.

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The people were friendly but the sites were small, close together and the roads were narrow. The stay was okay but the worst part was the so-called laundry services. For a park this size the number of laundries and the number of machines needs to be much larger and to make it more unpleasant, several of the machines did not work. Because the laundry is owned by a separate company, not the park, they are not responsible for the broken machines and don't care.

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The staff was very friendly and helpful. The campground is huge but the roads were well marked so you didn't get lost and a staff member guided us to our site. The site is grassy with small trees and lots of space.

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Laundry machines were all rusty. Mostly older park models. They put daily and weekly right by road and dumpsters with no screening and a noisy pump that runs most of the time. Office and computer room so small there is not room for more than 2 people at a time. WiFi does not even work in computer room. People walking and driving through sights instead of taking the road, all the time.

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Nice wide grassy pull-though sites, with trees and shade. Expensive for people like us that don't use the pool and other amenities but good for families for a weekend getaway. Would have appreciated being guided to our site because the map was confusing to a novice. The main roads were kind of narrow.

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Staff was nice and welcoming, escorted us to our site. Kind of pricey, but that is KOA, pricey but predictable. Wide grassy sites and easy to get to from the freeway.

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We were here for a single night on our way through the area. The campground was okay for a single night and felt like a place that you stay just to have a place to sleep. Auto museum was within walking distance.

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We have stayed here twice this summer. We liked it because it has mostly pull-though sites and we were there for one night and did not want to unhook. The staff was friendly and we liked being shown to our site. It was quiet and had a nice view at each site because it is on a hillside. Love the ice cream (local brand) at check-in!

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This park is located at the north entrance to Yellowstone in the town of Gardiner, it is within walking distance to restaurants, stores and activities. The park is very clean, with especially nice restrooms and showers. The streets are wide making it easy to unhook your motor home and tow vehicle. They also have a miniature golf course included in the cost of your stay. Very quiet at night and during the day. Great views of Yellowstone, Yellowstone river and the mountains.