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COE park. Rate is for FHU and senior discount. Sites are paved, level, with some pull throughs. Excellent park with fishing available. There are several separate parks in the Complex.

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First problem was 4 miles of very dusty gravel road to get to park. They encourage you to wash your RV after you get there it is soooo dust covered. The interior streets are paved but the sites are gravel. The sites were huge but our "pull thru" was not a pull thru because of low hanging limbs. The other problem was the extreme variance of voltage (from 108 to above 132) which caused our surge protector to cut the power off many times.

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This is an excellent park and if you can survive all the cakes and pies made in the office you will love the rest of the park. The staff is very accommodating and the evening bonfires allow you to socialize with the other campers and staff.

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This park is out of town on what appears to be a farm which had RV hookups added. It is relatively hard to find because after leaving the highway on a dirt road there are several roads that go to other farm houses. It is quiet because it is so far from anything. The $22 was plus electricity. The sites were on grass farm land without good definition.

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Small park behind a nice motel. Gravel sites are level and most were pull through. Good for an overnight.

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Large park filled with seasonals who apparently work in the oil patch or as support. Staff is very accommodating. Has many pull thru sites that are unpaved and moderately level. It is an alright park for an overnight.

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Very nice, well manicured, and heavily treed park. Owners live on site and are accommodating. Was surprised when we signed up that they charge $4.00 per day more for electricity (perhaps 50 amp service but that is not what she said).

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Park entrance is not well marked and a little difficult. Camp host/owners are very accommodating and sent us to the most unusual cheeseburger pizza place (a pizza with pickles, etc.) Interior roads are dusty. Sites are level and well spaced. We would return here.

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Very small campground (need reservations) with a million dollar view. Camp host very accommodating. We parked MH in the space backwards, to have view from front window: necessitating long cord, hose, and sewer. We would like to spend more time here, but they apparently have a 7 day limit.

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Rate reflects park fee, plus Michigan park pass, plus day use pass. Very nice, huge sites with trees, etc. 30 amp service was a little low in voltage but not a problem. Park hosts very accommodating.

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Very nice resort type park with lake and indoor pool. An unusual feature is that after you are there you just go out and pick your own site, nothing is assigned and the office apparently doesn't know or care where you are. Sites are heavily treed and difficult to get satellite reception. Rate is Coast to Coast.

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Rate reflects Passport America. Even though the Passport America site reflects that they take checks, they do not. The campground is very dusty. The camp hosts and the owners are very unfriendly. I tried to pick up my UPS package off the counter and the owner snatched it out of my hands saying I could not treat US Mail like that, and I had to check it out with her first. The site that we had was listed as a pull-through but the trees and the telephone pole made it impossible to use the awnings. I had to ask the neighbor to move his truck so that I could pull through.

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Friendly staff. Large pull-through sites. Nice view of green area. Cost reflects Passport America discount. Close to Bowling Green and Corvette Museum.

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Very nice Forest Service park with fairly level paved sites. Very brushy, so that next neighbor is hardly visible and very distant. Nice walking path along the lake. Due to current conditions in Texas, the lake is dry and there is a burn ban, but these things cannot be helped.

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Very nice typical COE park with level paved sites. Many sites are on the water of Lake O the Pines. No sewers but dump station on exit road. The extremely surly unaccommodating park camp host is the only reason for not rating this park higher. He should find another occupation where he is not dealing with the public. The posted park hours are closed 10pm to 6am BUT the exit is not open until 9am!