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Pueblo, Colorado
Reviewed 11 October 2016

I made our reservations through our Coast to Coast membership. The next day, I called Lake Paradise to confirm our reservation. At first I had a difficult time understanding the owner Saeid; but he was very helpful. We had stayed here in April of 2014 and loved it! Our pull-thru site was right on Lake Paradise. We were so delighted...

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Lake Wylie, South Carolina
Reviewed 17 August 2016

This "resort" was near where we needed to be. The water, power, and sewer worked. We had a nice site that backed up to one of the five lakes on the property. However... we prepaid for our stay through Good Sam's Coast to Coast. Along with this being a 1500 point campground, instead of 1000, I was charged an additional...

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Port Charlotte, Florida
Reviewed 29 June 2016

Our first problem was finding our way to this campground. Our GPS led us on a wild goose chase. Repeated calls to the campground finally got us in there. Most of the roads in this large facility are dirt and hence it is quite dusty. We paid our bill and were led to a site which was not the one...

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1Thank Paul S
Reviewed 12 June 2016

It is extremely sad that this place has gone so far downhill. We have camped here before and it looks they never put anything back into this place. The grass is not even mowed. The cabins have never been luxurious but they are worse than ever. The floors are soggy and you feel like you are going to fall through....

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3Thank lawatts616
Reviewed 14 May 2016 via mobile

We travel for my husband's job, so finding a camp ground that is full time rv family accommodating isn't always easy. But this place is amazing for that. My two boys have loved it here and are sad to leave. The sites up on the hill "eagle mountain" are very roomy and have plenty of privacy. The pool in the...

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Blue Springs, Missouri
Reviewed 8 September 2015

I had originally put a deposit down of $127. I thought that it was going to be an additional $127. It was an additional $289. We stayed in the green cabin as you drive in. We did not realize that everything would be an additional cost, whether is was swimming, miniature golf, etc. We checked in about 4 on Saturday...

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4Thank Nichole C
Reviewed 27 July 2015 via mobile

We went camping in our fifth wheel. It's overpriced for what it is. They need to do a lot of work on the whole place. The campground was hardly mowed, needs new gravel and they really need to work on the power boxes. I think it's pretty ridiculous that you pay over $30 a night to camp and then have...

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2Thank Teresa B
Orlando, Florida
Reviewed 1 July 2015

This place has great potential but as yet it is VERY rough. The campsites are not level and the person that checks you in does not understand about how to place campers. We asked for a pull thru long enough for us not to unhitch and we were given a pull thru that barely fit our travel trailer. Yes he...

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1Thank Robert C
Parkville, Missouri
Reviewed 23 June 2015 via mobile

Mr. Saed was so kind! Let me start by saying our 11 yr old, whom is used to staying in fairly nice hotels, chose camper camping at Lake Paradise for Father's Day. Mr. Saed was very busy, as his help was out ill. He was doing everything himself. But he still took the time to keep showing us 4 different...

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1Thank sschaffe
Reviewed 18 June 2015

Our family stays here at least 6+ times a year. We love it. The fishing is great. Pool is clean and fun for our 3 kids. This is our favorite place to RV in Missouri. The price is a little high but well worth it. Main bathroom and shower house is clean and showers are hot. Last time we went...

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  • Pool
  • Free Parking
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  • Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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  • Pool
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Additional Information about Lake Paradise Camping Resort

Address: 985 NW 1901st Rd, Lone Jack, MO 64070-7103
Region: United States > Missouri > Lone Jack
Number of rooms: 16
Also Known As:
Lake Paradise Camping Hotel Lone Jack
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“Check out their website and call the office if you have any questions. They were very patient with me when i was asking "100" questions.”
 of 5 bubbles bobbiet944, 17 Jun 2014 | Read review
“The cabins are very reasonably priced, you can't even rent a hotel room for that!”
 of 5 bubbles 489tarab, 31 Jul 2013 | Read review
“Avoid most of the Beaver Canyon section until they renovate it (Not sure they are planning to anytime soon). Mountain Eagle is shaded but not near the water. Black Bear ridge reminds me of a miners camp in Alaska. Whippoorwhill is quiet and secluded.”
 of 5 bubbles MarckS7878, 28 Jul 2012 | Read review
“All of the cabins have electricity, but are equipped with queen beds only. The Rustic cabins have bathrooms, but the Cozy cabins do not. Also, the Rustic cabins are two to a building and they share a porch.”
 of 5 bubbles KSTentCamper, 27 Mar 2012 | Read review
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