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All the spaces are pulled through. It is very clean. There is full hook up for water, electric and sewer. All spaces are paved. There are picnic tables scattered throughout the park. If you are here to gamble, you will love it. If you are here to rest, you will love it. My wife and I feel safe in…
This is a nice, quiet spot. Lots of trees. The sites are easy to access, and it was not full despite being a Friday in July. It is a good price for full hook up, restrooms and showers. Plus, collected fees go to local 4-H and FFA groups.
This is a great place to camp! The whole place is super clean, especially the bath house. All the spots are nice and lots of exploring to do!
As others have said, the sites are quite close together, in this case I didn't mind as I met up with friends on a weeknight, so our sites were close together and our cluster of sites had a buffer on either side. We were on the outer loop which put us closest to the lake and offered electrical…
Tons of trees, very lush, clean bathhouses. Fire rings, picnic tables, level gravel sites.
Great playground. Small town. Bathrooms looked recently cleaned but not amazing. Equipped with soap. Shower was leaking and kinda gross but only $6 for tents and $15 Rvs.
Great find on our way through Iowa. Clean and spacious. Very quiet, just listen to the frogs at night.
We just spent 12 days on site 137 in Jester Park. It has electric only but a water spigot not far away to fill your fresh water tank.
These were the last 2 weeks of June and there was a lot of turnover throughout the campground. It is obviously a very popular place.
The bathrooms were clean and…
As tent campers we found a lot to love at Lake of Three Fires, but also found ourselves wanting more. It’s got a gorgeous lake, and some camping sites are out of this world, but it can be inconsistent and there’s not a lot to do.
Pros: -While the electric hookup sites were full, primitive campers…
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This site was great, it has a reserve site to its right, (the people never showed up) and a FCFS site to the left. No one showed up there either and it was Father’s Day weekend! Super quiet and relaxing. Each site towards the front of the 400’s is BIG. You have plenty of room for 2 vehicles and two…
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Stayed overnight at site 48 overlooking the Lake. It was so peaceful and lovely sunset just perfect. The facilities were all very clean and in excellent condition.
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Follow the signs to “ camping”. There was nobody there and a pretty awesome playground for the kids. ￼ clean accessible and a drive through a quaint little town. What else could you ask for?￼
Hidden gem. Just a few mins off I-80 but no noise or signs of heavytraffic. Cute, quaint little town. All pull through spots and all sites are level. Not all spots have picnic tables or fire rings but there were very few campers so we had our pick of spots. Playset for younger kids. Golf course and…
Clean, well kept off beaten path. Has storm shelter. Fish cleaning station.
We lucked out and nabbed a site right on the water on a really full weekend! It was a BEAUTIFUL view. The bathrooms/shower houses were immaculate and well kept. Solid firewood, $5 for 8 pieces. It was packed but definitely didn't feel like it. We had 5 dogs in our group and spent a lot of time on…