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06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here two nights. It is located conveniently off I-80 with quick access to I-74, downtown Moline, Flying J and Machine Shed . It has good crushed stone interior roads and well marked camp sites each with a light by the utility hookups. It also has free Wi-Fi with a very strong signal which is very important to us. A regular antenna brought in several local stations. They had the biggest selection of DVD and tapes I have ever seen. The clothes washers were $2.00 a load, but the clothes dryers were free. The restrooms and bath house were clean. I thought the price was a little steep ($36/night) but the free dryers made up for it. You hear some road noise from I-74. The hired help at the camp was very friendly. I would stay in this park again.
05/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
We stayed here one night on our way to the mid-west. It is located conveniently off I-57. It has good crushed stone interior roads and well marked camp sites. It also has free Wi-Fi that unfortunately was not working the day we got there. The cable TV brought in several watched stations and worked fine. The restrooms, showers and laundry were very clean. My site was not level otherwise I would have rated this campground a 10. I would stay in this park again.
05/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
We stayed here two nights on our way to the mid-west. It is located conveniently off I-75. It has good crushed stone interior roads and well marked camp sites each with a light by the utility hookups. It also has free Wi-Fi with a very strong signal which is very important to us. The cable TV brought in most watched stations and worked fine. The restrooms and bath house is outstanding and probably the best I have ever seen. They did not cut any corners when they designed the restrooms. They even have real paper towels with the new motion sensors. The stools are even the bigger type for 220 pound men like me. Those other campgrounds have stools built for small kids. That too is important to me. The office has ticket sales for 3 major attractions at a discount and I recommend they be purchased at a cost of $41.00. The owners deserve to be proud of this park. I would stay in this park again. This park should be considered the gold standard of parks.
05/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here two nights on our way to the mid-west. It is located between two sites we wanted to visit, Andersonville Civil War Prison and Warner Robins Air Museum. Good crushed stone interior roads but be prepared to handle sand being tracked into your camper because most of the sites have little or no grass; mostly sand. Free Wi-Fi, if you can receive it. I had to point my laptop out the window at the transmitter. They had a community computer for anyone to use. Also, they had a very nice family room with a TV, desk and phone for making outgoing calls. I would stay in this park again.
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