Peter K

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Cost $12.50/night with Passport America. Can't beat the price for 50 amp, water & sewer. Sites long, level, gravel pull-through sites. Basic campground, no frills. Perfect for a one night stay or limited visit to Amarillo.`Put money in envelope & slide through gold slot in office door. Employee present was cutting grass & was pleasant & helpful. Easy on & off for I-40. One row near I-40 appear to be permanent residents.

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This is a fairgrounds park and not a destination park. It was perfect for us because we had lost the power steering in our car, which we noticed leaving a park about 40 miles away. Visited this town to get it fixed and it was done about 3 PM so rather than try to make up the day we lost, we drove 1/2 mile south to this park. The only other person there was the workcamper, a very nice older gentleman. The sites are grass; some are lumpy due to previous camper tires, and there are scattered trees. We did not have any difficulty getting satellite TV, Verizon data and AT&T cell phone signals. Small town, excellent and fair auto repair and a good home cooking restaurant. It was a great place to stop overnight, only about 2 miles south off I-80. We would definitely camp here again.

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We stayed here two nights because it was the closest park to Overton where we did some genealogy research. Owner was friendly and helpful. Sites are just gravel along a fence. Has 50 amp, water and sewer. Not really a Campground. Rather it's a place to park your rig if you have a reason to be in the area. Quiet and no one bothered us.

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Price includes discount. Sites are gravel. CG is quiet. Hostess very pleasant. We had a pull through. Only stayed one night. View from front of coach is a local small city park. Park is a great place for those with dogs. Only negative was small sites.

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New price is $35 + 8% tax. Pretty pricey for a bare bones campground (CG). Sites big, graveled, long, generally level. North sites you have to get into by driving through the south sites unless you know when you come in to turn right and go on the other perimeter road. You are on a hill with views over the valley; no trees and good satellite reception. CG is quiet, but watch out for wind; may want to keep your small awnings closed. Five bars for AT&T 4G cell phone. CG about 15 minutes from Gillete.

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Used Passport America for the $16.65 rate. Nice park. Good 50 amp service, concrete pad, had a back in site. Pleasant staff. Close to I-12. Wonderful for a one night stay while traveling from one place to another. Roads somewhat narrow, so hook up when leaving in the morning out beyond the office or you will block traffic flow. Had a great view of the lake even though we did not have a lake side lot. Not too many folks in the park at this time of the year.

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$20 per night was with Passport America. Wonderful easy on and easy off to I-10. We have stayed here before. Sign in at gas station. We stay in sites 1-8 (all grass) because they have open view for satellite TV. 50 amp good, also have water and sewer and although near I-10 not much highway noise. Not a destination park but a great stop on the way from one place to another.

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Passport America rate is $18 + 7% sales tax. Campground is run down. However, campground is out in woods and quiet. It is close to Maine coast for sightseeing and shopping. Manager pleasant. Rating of 5 due to run down state. About 1/2 mile drive in on dirt bumpy road. We stayed a week. Would stay here again for price and convenience.

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We attended a rally here. Cost per night was due to us staying at the rally rate. Stayed here 8 nights. Sites short but a few will hold 45 foot coaches with some maneuvering. Only problem was exit gate. Up/down arm was hit by someone. Be careful when you exit with your RV. Area quiet. Bugs a pest a dusk. Great base to visit NY city and surrounding area. West Point tour a must.

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I had a rally here. Some of our coaches were 45 feet. We all parked on the grass and had 50 amp hookups with water. There is a dump on the fairgrounds. Area wonderful for site seeing and Nittany Inn super for dinner. Management and maintenance very helpful and cooperative. We stayed 3 nights.

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RV area just a cleaned out gravel circle with tall trees all around. Most of park is full of mobile homes. Management pleasant. Had full hookups. Site slightly slanted. Quiet area. Closest campground to New Haven so worth the price if you need to go to New Haven.

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Fabulous park. I had a rally here. Managers wonderful, facilities clean and neat. We used the club house for several get-to-gethers. Club house has kitchen area. They recommended and we ate at Mrs. Raber's Home Cooking nearby. Perfect campground to tour local Amish area. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed the campground amenities and the local attractions. If you are thinking of running a rally, this is the place for you.

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We stayed at Deer Run campground. It was quiet, but needs some TLC or rating would be higher. The mowers cut the grass & any debris. I have picked up pieces of candy wrappers, paper plates, napkins, plastic spoon, duct tape, soda cans, etc. Tables need new wood. Fire/grill areas need weed eating. The is a lake at Hickory Point campground. Water is available at Deer Run but it's far away. A 75 ft of hos was not enough requiring a move of the RV to get close & fill up with water. Would stay here again as we need to go to Springfield occasionally. Stayed in loop A, site 12, 50 amp good, walk in site.

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Quiet park. Would rank higher except this CG needs some TLC. Tables need new wood. Each site needs debris to be picked up. Need to weed eat around grill fire pit areas. They run the lawn mowers but don't pick up debris. Picked up at our site: pieces of candy wrappers, napkins, paper plate, a plastic spoon, plastic tie wraps, bottle caps. Also trees need to be trimmed up higher. Access to water over at other campground (Hickory Point). Would stay here again as we need to visit Springfield occasionally. Stayed in loop A (walk in).

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Has concrete pads, 50 amp at site, water nearby. You fill up with water then disconnect. Convenient dump on way out of CG. Train track on north edge but with ACs on didn't hear train noise. We were there during week days so no noise or crowds. We received $1 off per night for senior discount and did not stay on water. 14 day maximum stay. Great place to stay.