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Old 12-25-2009, 09:40 PM   #1
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We pulled in there late a couple weeks ago. I would not give them any recommendation. Hook ups were not good. The 50 amp box had no cover, and the breaker for it was loose. Couldn't get power until the maintenance man was called. Site was very narrow and very muddy.
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Have you posted your thoughts on RV Park Reviews :: Home? That is the best method to convey individual RV park experiences to the entire RVing community. irv2.com has a RV park review webpage too. Since most people don't post for average or good RV parks, if I don't find a RV park listed I assume it is acceptable until personal experience dictates otherwise.
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If you need to find another place to stay in the Columbus, TX area please contact me and I will try to help you. I am just about an hour away and very familiar with Columbus.
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I agree about RvParkReviews, but why in the world did you stay for two weeks?
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Spent New Years eve there last year. It had been dry so no mud problem. The site we had which was way in back was ok for an overnight stay. The ladies who ran the place were very friendly. I don't think I would attempt to stay after foul weather.
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I agree about RvParkReviews, but why in the world did you stay for two weeks?
We stayed one night two weeks ago. I would not have stayed another night.
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