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The campground was fine and they spent some time dressing the site fixtures but they did not keep to the theme. There is a seperate Bedrock city attraction that you have to pay extra to go into. Employees not in character.
The cabin was good. There was one electrical outlet, an outside and inside light, and a porch swing. Wifi supposedly available but very weak at cabin.
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