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10/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park met all our needs, which as full-time RVers, are very simple. Easy access on and off the highway; the park host/staff were friendly and helpful; the park was clean and well-maintained; the pull-through site accommodated our 40' 5th wheel & tow truck easily; all the hook-ups worked well. The laundry room was the best we've ever used. The park offers a very substantial continental breakfast from 8-10am each morning. The only real negative we experienced was road noise from the interstate.
10/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
This park met all our needs, which as full-time RVers, are very simple. Easy access on and off the highway; the park host was friendly and helpful; the park was clean and well-maintained; The pull-thru site was spacious and accommodated our big rig easily; all the hook-ups worked well. The park had all the amenities you'd expect from a KOA. The only negative we experienced was road noise from the Interstate. We especially like KOA parks for overnight stays and this one fit our needs just fine.
09/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Very spacious campgrounds nestled in the pine trees. We have a 40' fifth wheel which took extra time to back in to our site because of the dense trees, but well worth the effort. Very quiet, very clean, and with full hookups while feeling like boondocking. We were there at the end of season so the park was not even close to full. This park is more like a state park than a private RV park. Would love to stay here again.
09/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park is full of "big rigs" but friendly is not exactly accurate. The park is very tight within the trees and sites are as close together as possible. We were here one weekend the end of September in a 40' fifth wheel. Overall, the park is clean, the staff friendly, and there is a slight view of the lake which is a 200 yard walk across Hwy. 50 that goes through town. The biggest problem is the noise. First, there is the problem with overcrowding and the fact that this is a "party" area. But the biggest noise contributor is Hwy. 50 which should be renamed Harley Davidson Parade Lane. Unfortunately, there is a stop light at the park entrance so you get to hear the Harleys wind through all gears from sunrise to bedtime. We got 3 nights for the price of 2 which made it $48 per night, but even that was way over priced. We would not stay here again.
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