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    We stayed here for 2 nights in a 5th wheel during March 2014. It is a very nice park and has helpful staff. Site rates are very reasonable we thought. The sites are large and have concrete pads with a FHU and Wi-Fi. Clubhouse was being remodeled when we were there and will be very nice when finished. Nice laundry. Great walking area along the river. Watching the river traffic was cool. Easy in and out of town but we did miss the turn off to the campground when we first got there. Wal-Mart is only a couple miles away plus some local markets. I would have gone to 5 had good cable been available and if it had a dog run.

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    Clean, secure park. Great location on the Riverwalk. Level spaces, nice restrooms, friendly, competent staff. Wifi only good close to the office. $38/night (with Good Sam/Military/etc)

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    I would like it if they posted the rates on their website and the taxes which were high. We were given a choice between shade and TV and I chose TV. I didn’t get any TV reception at all.. WIFI was borderline at our location and I asked for WIFI. We should have been placed nearer to the building, there were sites available. It is quiet and the scene of the river is lovely. It is very close to the sights in Natchez. Two nights with Good Sam disc. was over $90.

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    We love this RV Park. Stayed over Thanksgiving weekend 09. Had a beautiful view of the Miss. River. Just drive over the bridge and your in Natchez. The park was very nice. The campsites, even the pull thoughs had plenty of room. They were not too close together.I rated 3 star because the people that worked there. They acted like you were not in the building, rude and didn’t want to help you. I think before we left someone complained and they seemed to get better.

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    We go out of our way to stay here on our cross country trips. The view of the Mississippi River is to die for and across the river is Natches, MS, a great place to explore. The river-walk in front of the campground is on the raised dike and is paved and provides a long walking scenic view of the Mississippi River and surrounding area.