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Very nicely maintained, attractive campground. Also easy in and out for our large 5th wheel. I particularly like the beaver pond you can walk to.

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Easy big rig in and out for overnighters. Level sites with minimal landscaping. Maximum RV Repair owns the campground, making it very convenient for getting repairs done. They do excellent work and the rates were not excessive. We will stay here again.

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Laundry a little pricey. Showers are individual rooms and clean enough that we actually used them. Sites were long enough and fairly level. Roads are narrow and we backed up rather than risk making a turn. In dry weather this would not have been an issue as the area is very flat - after 15 inches of rain we were concerned. Outer Road was uneven and bouncy. Excellent diesel choices in Hayti (6 miles). We would stay here again for the convenience.

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Easy in and out and plenty of room for our big rig this time of year. However, during busy season it would be a very tight fit. Excellent location for sightseeing. Groceries and gas fairly close. Would stay here again.

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Found this RV park by chance when we shortened our travel day. Agree with prior reviews. Very easy in and out. Six or so pull thru sites not occupied long term. Similar number of back in sites, also large and level so would also be easy for an overnight. No restrooms or other facilities. Small town. Does have a restaurant. No grocery. Would stay here again.

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This campground was put in for construction workers building a nearby power plant and is geared toward long-term renters. Not much to look at but the sites are long and access is easy to Hwy 6. Nights were quiet. If you are in the area and don't want to drive to Waco this makes a good stopover spot. The clubhouse is decent and guests may use the kitchen. Showers are private bathroom style and clean but very basic. Expensive nightly rate for what you get but worth it to us for the convenience.

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This is a Corps of Engineers campground on Stillhouse Hollow Lake. Most sites are on the water. Sites are well separated with large covered picnic shelters. Good roads. Do not turn on Union Grove Ln (dead-end road). Turn on the good paved Union Grove Park Road.

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Sites are very narrow but ours was very easy in/out and there was room to park an extra car across the road. Park is neat, clean and friendly. Propane is available at a very reasonable price. Laundry was clean. Will stay here again.

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If you're a birder this is a fabulous place to stay. There are mature hackberry trees here, as well as a variety of other trees loved by birds. While here, we saw a Ringed Kingfisher on the lake as well as a fabulous variety of migrants and regulars. Winter Texans obviously take pride in maintaining their sites, although we stayed here after most had departed. Also some very nicely maintained long-term RVs and a few park models here. Should you have an oops as we did while turning into our site, you can be assured friendly and expert help will arrive quickly and your day will not be ruined. We will definitely return and will stay longer. Also has a very nice clubhouse. Restrooms were spotless with lotion and other homey touches.

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There are no water/electric sites in this campground. There is dry camping only except for 15 full hookups with 30 amp service. With only 15 hookups it is unlikely one will be available without a reservation. Some full hookups are in the open, some in the trees. Wi-Fi is available in the camp store only. No cellphone service. There is plenty of space between sites.

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We had no trouble navigating the roads with our 39' 5th wheel. The entire campground is quite flat and level, which appeals to us for an overnighter. If you want large shade trees, go to the other campground. Our site was level enough that we did not need to unhook, although a little side-to-side adjusting was required. There is a nicely done hiking trail. Because of the canyon and because the campground sits in a bowl, you won't have cellphone or modem service. There is a nice dump station, but don't pull in just to dump - the dump fee is the same as the camping fee, $23. Since they are right on the river this pricing makes sense to us but could be a shock to someone only needing to dump.

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This is a convenient little gravel RV park between the motel, where you check in, and the Post Office. An easy walk to shopping, including groceries. Free breakfast at the motel and use of their nice hot tub and pool (across the street). Wi-Fi worked. No separate bath house so no showers. Staff friendly and helpful. Side-by-side sites, nicely done site dividers.

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Our 5th wheel is 39' four slides and we travel with an extra car. Everything fit and we had no difficulty getting in or out of our site. The park was clean and the staff friendly. We will definitely stay here again.

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I prorated and rounded up the cost based on our month-long stay. We found the staff friendly, the pool and spa clean, the entertainment good, our neighbors friendly, and the price reasonable. True, this is a huge gravel parking lot, but we had plenty of elbow room and found this an excellent location for our sightseeing. We had no problems with WiFi. It was pretty cold at night while we were here and there were some very windy day. We filled our propane tanks weekly and thankfully, the rate was very, very reasonable. I do wish there was more nice desert landscaping, but we would definitely choose this park again.

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A must for Escapees! This is how RV camping should be. Lots of room, very friendly, lots going on. There is an excellent library. Very nice laundry. Note that electricity is in addition to the nightly rate.