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Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Blackwell Island RV Park, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $35.00
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This is our second visit to this park. We spent two nights here this time. It is a large park with mostly pull thrus. All the spaces are gravel. There is a nice beach area, right on the Spokane River as it comes out of Lake Couer d'Alene. It can reasonably accommodate big rigs. The staff is, with a few exceptions, friendly and helpful. After we were all set up the staff informed us they had made a mistake in the place they had put us, so we had to move the following morning. We had reservations too, but still the screw up. Some of the staff were less than helpful during this process. We camped at Blackwell Island RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Jim & Mary's RV Park, Missoula, Montana

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $35.00
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This is a nice park at the west end of Missouri (exit 96, off I-90). It was easy to access from the freeway. The gravel pull through sites were large enough for big rigs and were easy to maneuver into and out of. The staff was friendly. We did not utilize any of the facilities at the park (showers, restrooms, laundry) but we did enjoy walking around the paved roads with our dog. A fun day trip to see the Daly Mansion in Hamilton was an interesting experience. We would return to this spot, it was a good place for passing through traffic. We camped at Jim & Mary's RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Conestoga Campground / Smith River Valley, White Sulphur Springs, Montana

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $21.00
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We really enjoyed our stay at this campground in White Sulphur Springs, MT. We really were out in the middle of the wide open west, and it was beautiful. The park owners were so nice and we enjoyed the camaraderie amongst the other guests. We park itself is 40 miles north of I-90 in the Smith River Valley. There were lovely vistas of the Belt Mts to the west and the Castle Mts to the east. We did laundry and the facilities were clean and reasonably priced. The sites are gravel, mostly pull thru. Full hook ups, no cable. They were a little crowded together but not enough to really bother us. The two grocery stores in the little town of White Sulphur Springs left a lot to be desired. We enjoyed a nice loop drive thru the Castle Mts and would highly recommend a visit to the Bair Family Ranch/Museum. We would most certainly return to this park. We camped at Conestoga Campground / Smith River Valley in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Greybull KOA, Greybull, Wyoming

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $44.00
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This KOA campground was one of the nicest we have visited. It was a very neat and clean park with large paved (concrete) pull through sites. The owners were very friendly and helpful. I just wish the little restaurant in the CG was open. We enjoyed the 'river walk' along a dike running along the Greybull river, although you never get to actually see the river itself! We also enjoyed a visit to Cody which is about an hour away. We would return here again. We camped at Greybull KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Deer Park Campground, Buffalo, Wyoming

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $37.00
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This park was originally a KOA. It was kind of funky but met our needs. The spaces were fairly tight but pull throughs that we were able to manage. Nice walking trail for the dog. Large area of permanents but quite separated from the nightly areas. We enjoyed exploring the surrounding area. Crazy Woman Canyon is a must see. We would probably return to this park. We camped at Deer Park Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Broken Arrow Campground, Custer, South Dakota

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $29.00
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We loved this campground. It is about five miles out of Custer, SD. Do NOT follow your GPS instructions. The owners were very nice. The laundry was exceptionally clean and reasonably priced. We had a pull through with 30 amp and full hook-ups. The sites were comfortably priced and not crowded. The location was lovely, peaceful and beautiful. In spite of the hundreds of motorcycles in the area (the rally in Sturgis was on at the same time) we had a wonderful time exploring the area and plan on returning to this campground in the near future. We camped at Broken Arrow Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Sleepy Hollow RV Park, Wall, South Dakota

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $56.00
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Another one night stand merely to say we were in Wall, SD. This park is only a few steps away from 'downtown' Wall and the famous drug store. No trees to speak of. Staff seemed friendly. Most of the sites were pull thrus with a few back ins and some tent sites. There was an entirely neglected little pond towards the back of the place and a train track bordering one side. There was a train at least once, but it wasn't bothersome to us. We would stay here again as it met our needs, which are not fancy. We camped at Sleepy Hollow RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

American Creek Campground, Chamberlain, South Dakota

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $30.00
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We only stayed here for one night. It is a city owned park. The park itself is not very kept up. Nice location, right along the Missouri River. Very nice Tourist Information Center on a bluff overlooking the I-90 bridge across the river. It had a lot of Lewis and Clark info because they stopped here coming and going. We had a pull thru site with sufficient space but the entire park was plagued with flying ant-like insects during our stay. The park just seemed to be neglected but it was suitable for our one night stay. We camped at American Creek Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Wylie Park & Storybook Land, Aberdeen, South Dakota

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $27.00
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This was a good sized park with tons of things to do if you are a kid or a family (zoo, story book land, mini-golf, land of oz, miniature train, rental bikes and pedicabs). Very nice park, very clean facilities, very helpful staff. The sites are mostly pull thrus with ample room to negotiate and not too close to each other. We did laundry in the very clean facilities and accessed the internet on the office provided computer. We would return to this park. We camped at Wylie Park & Storybook Land in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Spitit Lake Casino & Resort RV Park, Devils Lake, North Dakota

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $22.00
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We arrived, with reservations, mid afternoon. Our site, a back in, had no sewer, no cable and no Wi-Fi with only 30 amp and water. The dump station was poorly situated to access upon leaving and was not particularly level. We did not even unhook. We were here only one night which it was fine for. Laundry facilities and restrooms were marginally clean. Park is good for a pass through only. We are not casino folks and so that attraction was not necessarily a plus for us. We camped at Spitit Lake Casino & Resort RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Bemidji KOA, Bemidji, Minnesota

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $20.00
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This was a nice park, for a KOA. The sites were comfortably spaced and easy to access. The staff was helpful and friendly and the park was clean and obviously well cared for. We spent four nights and enjoyed exploring the area. The trip to the Big Bog was a let down but the trip to Itasca State Park and the headwaters of the Mississippi was great. The little town of Bemidji, where the park is located, was a pleasant one with a very nice visitor's center. We would return to this park. We camped at Bemidji KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Knife Island Campground, Esko, Minnesota

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $29.00
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We only spent one night at this very small little campground on the St Louis River. It was the site of a slate mine. Owner was a nice, friendly lady. Not much to do here, but a passable place for a pass through. We camped at Knife Island Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, Mackinaw City, Michigan

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $28.00
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This was a huge campground. The sites were very close to each other and the roads were fairly narrow. We had to ask a camper to move his vehicle so we could maneuver our 33' rig into our site. Pets were not allowed on the grass along the lake shore, which we found somewhat prohibitive. There was only one garbage dump site and that was at the entrance to the park, which was a long way from our site. The park has a beautiful view of the Mackinac Bridge as well as of the straits. When we were there the cg was packed solid and it felt like it! We did enjoy exploring the surrounding areas. Warning: it takes longer to pass thru customs if you go to/from SooStMarie, Ontario than it does to actually drive up there! We camped at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Leisure Lake Family Campground, Sumner, Michigan

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $14.00
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This campground was a former gravel pit! We had no sewer but the dump station was easy to access. There was a large lake and lots of permanents. We did have TV and Wi-Fi. The staff and the office itself were nice. We were only here for one night. We camped at Leisure Lake Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 146
States Visited: 35
Helpful Reviews: 10

Wildwood Acres Campground, Hartford City, Indiana

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $24.00
Overall Rating:

This was a funky little cg on the outskirts of Hartford City. GPS took us on a rather convoluted, circuitous route to get there, easier to just drive into Hartford City and turn left. The park has a lot of permanents and two small lakes. The dump site was totally inaccessible to us in our 33' rig and there were no sewer hookups at our site, so we left without dumping (we only stayed one night). Our site was a pull thru, at the end of a 'row', but there were several overgrown trees lining the site, which made it difficult to pull into. We would not return to this campground. It was OK for an over nighter. We camped at Wildwood Acres Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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