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We were only here for 1 night thankfully. 3 restrooms: 1 stays locked for handicapped people only, 1 had the commode stopped up, and the 3rd was working but there was no toilet paper. Also, our neighbor had a large dog that made large deposits that the owner did not pick up, so I told the office. They told him to pick it up but he only made a halfhearted attempt at it. Many long term people here as I saw a kid about 8 or 9 coming home from school. Actually, just a typical KOA which is all about the dollar. Water pressure was just adequate and voltage was good. We would not stay here again.

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We were here for 4 nights. Park is very nice but when we arrived the grass was up to our dog's belly and was not mowed for the 4 days we were there. Laundry was fine. Water pressure and voltage was good. Easy in and out with the pullthru sites. We would stay here again.

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We were here for 4 nights and it served our purpose very well. Site was gravel and pull-through and pretty level. Water pressure and voltage was good. They have everything including onsite RV techs and RV washing. Nice pool although we didn't use it. Gas stations and eating places within 2 miles. Plenty of places to walk pets but no fenced pet area. Lots of Civil War history in the area which we saved for another time. We would definitely stay here again if in the area or going through.

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We only stayed here for 1 night as we were passing through. Weird layout as sites are set in all directions. As someone previously said sign at entrance would be easy to miss if not really looking for it. Road in is one lane only. It might be a good idea to leave a trail of crumbs like Hansel and Gretal to find your way back out. It is easy to see an empty pull through and think it is the road. Price is way too much for gravel roads and sites of chalky rocks. Our site was not level at all. Water and electric was good but cable was low quality. We would look elsewhere if we happen to be back this way.

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We were only going to stay overnight but had truck problems on the way and had to limp in and ended up staying a week to get the truck fixed. We had a level, gravel pull through site. Only problem was I couldn't get a signal on our DirecTV dish because the sats were right beside a 138,000 volt electric line that interfered with the signal so we just used their cable to get news. Park employees were very accommodating since we had truck problems. We would stay here again.

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This was our 4th time to stay here and we enjoy it every time we do stay here. We always get one of the sites close to the river as we like to watch the tows go by. All utilities are good. Close to any shopping you might need. Site was level concrete.

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We only stayed here overnight as we were on our way to Indiana. Park was fine for that, as water pressure and voltage were good. We would stay here again if in the area. We had a long gravel pull-through which was level.

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We did not stay at this park. We checked in, paid, and went to our assigned site. First problem was the signs for the rows were not correct. When we realized where our site was I walked down to it and the site was about 40 feet long but sloped at least 3 feet from rear to front. I knew there was no way I could get our trailer level. We went back to the office and told them we weren't staying and why. This park is about 95% long term and they save the worst sites for overnighters as we were. The long term sites are very nice and they have lots of things to do. We headed on down the road and about 30 minutes later they called and said they would refund our fee, which was nice.

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We were here for just 1 night but it was OK for that. Fairly large park with long pull through sites that are well spaced between the sites. Water pressure was good and so was voltage. Site was level gravel. Close to shopping and plenty of places to eat. When we were here there were plenty of empty sites. When we checked in the lady at the office gave us 3 rows of empty to pick from and set up. She didn’t even tell us to tell her which site we picked later. Rate was with Good Sam discount. We might stay here again if in the area.

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This was our 3rd time to stay here and despite all the flooding that happens almost every year they recover and fix the park up again. We had a concrete site this time and it was level and long. Water pressure and voltage was very good. They have new large washers and dryers that are free to use so for fulltimers like us that is very nice. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Plenty of shopping within 5 miles and also plenty of eating places and fuel stations. We like to watch the tow traffic up and down the river and that part of it never gets old. We would definitely stay here again.

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We only stayed here 1 night and it was adequate. Site was pretty level, voltage was good, and so was water pressure. The utilities are in the back of the site so you have to drag out lots of water hose and sewer hose. Also, the water connection is very close to the ground and I had to use a 90 so I could hook up my regulator. Sites and roads are gravel and it was raining when we were there so it was a little messy. Close to Walmart, fuel stations, and restaurants. We might stay here if back through but only for the night.

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Small RV park, easy on/off I-57. Freeway reconfigured eliminating south exit that GPS wants you to take but you can just take the next exit. Once on Main Street park turn sign gets to you quickly so be wary. We had a level pull-through site with good voltage and water pressure. Park Wi-Fi works good but shuts quickly with non-use. Sites are pretty close together. Fast food and dine in restaurants are close by as are fuel stations. We would stay here for an overnight stay again.

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Very pleased with our 1 night stay here. Management very friendly and helpful. All the facilities worked very well and price paid was a good value. Very close to any shopping you might need and lots of fast food and restaurants for places to eat. Also, plenty fuel stations close by. Very easy on/off to I-57 so is perfect for quick overnight stays. Extra long level pull-through sites with plenty of space between the sites. Plenty of shade trees. Restroom was very clean and modern for a park that has been there a while. We would definitely stay here again.

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First of all this KOA is over 30 miles from Cleveland so I am wondering why they have Cleveland in their name. The park has narrow gravel/rock roads. We had a back-in site that had small rocks that pushed around when backing the trailer into the site. We got it fairly level and that was good enough since we were only here for 1 night. Water pressure was good but on the electric my EMS showed 113 volts on line 1 and 110 volts on line 2 on the 50 amp plug before I even plugged the trailer in. It seemed to work OK and the EMS didn’t shut us down but that is marginal voltage. Cable TV worked OK so we didn’t put up the satellite dish. I couldn’t connect to their Wi-Fi so we just used our MiFi. Dog park is way in the back of the park, like ¼ mile from our site. Lots of family camping here with lots of kids. There is a Shell station about 3 miles up the road and lots of eating places. The site slopes so bad that someone had put a piece of firewood on one side of the picnic table to level it. Half of the sites in the park are seasonal so they are catered to the most. We would have no reason to come back to this area. Just another overpriced and undervalued KOA.

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Thanks to an incompetent person at the KOA central reservations who told my wife twice that we had a full hookup site only to get to the park and find out we only had a water and electric site for the week we started out not being happy. We knew we could manage since we had a blue tank but felt we should not have to but they had no full hookup sites available. The park is a typical old KOA with narrow 1 lane roads, close together sites and very high prices. Also, to get very level at all we had to park the trailer at an angle in the site. About the only good things were the water pressure was OK as well as the voltage. The park Wi-Fi worked good at times but we mostly used our MiFi. There are really no fuel stations close except a strange place that the park pushes up on a hill where they have to pump your fuel for you. As far as eating, it’s the same thing pretty much but there is a pretty good place that is only 2 ½ miles from the park called Destinos which has all kinds of food. Basically this is just another overpriced and undervalued KOA. We came for the falling water and have no reason to come back here anyway.