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Approaching the MK toll plaza you now stay to the left to go to the MK resorts bypassing the toll booth.  You go towards the right to enter the MK parking lot.  You stay to the far right for the Fort and other places in that area.

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I haven't see the  whole area with construction finished but we really liked the rework of the exit to the Fort when we were there last February. It was a lot more logical than what they had before with everyone going through the toll booths.

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On 9/2/2018 at 9:42 AM, keith_h said:

I haven't see the  whole area with construction finished but we really liked the rework of the exit to the Fort when we were there last February. It was a lot more logical than what they had before with everyone going through the toll booths.

Agreed.

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On 9/2/2018 at 9:42 AM, keith_h said:

I haven't see the  whole area with construction finished but we really liked the rework of the exit to the Fort when we were there last February. It was a lot more logical than what they had before with everyone going through the toll booths.

If I'm not mistaken (and I could be) back in the 70's and early 80's I thought you stayed in the far right lane for the Fort and you by passed the toll booth.  Then they turned that lane into the bus lane.

Or my memory could just be fuzzy.

But, I remember the sign in the grass on the right as you approached the toll plaza saying there were (or weren't) campsites available that night!  And it was usually set as there were open sites.

They are still working in that area, but it was interesting to see all the cars bypassing the toll booths.

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10 hours ago, mouseketab.....Carol said:

There was a right hand curved road that bypassed the toll booths to Vista, but it's been blocked off as long as I've been going. Perhaps that is the road that you remember.

 

That's possible.

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