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Very nice park with lots of amenities. Geared for permanent or seasonal residents, but with plenty of overnight spaces. Most sites are fairly tight. Close to Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel. Heated pools, exercise room, fenced dog park (small). Would definitely stay again.

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A nice park, close to the interstate. Sites are gravel, with grass on both ends (you drive onto the grass to get to the gravel site, and over the grass to leave). Sites are fairly large, with a picnic table. Roads are gravel. Decent antenna reception, as there's no cable. WiFi cost $1 per device, per day. All in all, a good park.

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One of the best campgrounds we've been to. All sites are pull-thru with a tree, grass, concrete pad and patio with table and benches. The park is a ways from the casino entrance, but there is a free shuttle that comes through the park every 5 to 10 minutes.

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Sites are paved, with a Picnic table. All sites have a shade tree and grass. The grass on the perimeter is not mowed regularly. No cable, but good antenna reception. WiFi is weak when connected, but does cut out frequently. No services at the CG.

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Sites are fairly spacious. Roads and sites are paved. All sites are back-in. Lots of grass in the park. Some in the center of the park (away from the lake) have trees. WiFi is sporatic. No cable, but a decent antenna signal.

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We went after a rain, and found out that the interior roads are the drainage. Water everywhere, and all the grass was soggy. Roads are tight, with little turning room. All sites have concrete pads, most of them cracked. No picnic tables or fire pits. The park is cash only, no credit cards. One big negative....the only trash is all the way in the back of the park. Not a place we'd stay again.

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Park is about 6 miles out of town, on the I-20 frontage road. Not many sites, but well laid out. Gravel road and sites, but plenty of grass. Good WiFi, decent antenna TV signal.

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Gravel sites and roads. Long sites with grass, some with concrete pads. A lake with kayaks and water slides. Interior roads have some ruts, but easily drive-able. The main road to the park is fairly narrow.

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Sites and roads are gravel, but lots of grass between sites. All sites have a picnic table. Not much of a town, everything is 8 or more miles away. WiFi was good, but the cable is poor...only 5 channels and poor reception on them. We didn't use any of the facilities, as we were only there one night. An OK park in the middle of nowhere.

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No grass, all gravel sites and roads. Some have trees, most don't. Cable at all sites, no antenna TV. On Historic Route 66, in town. No laundry, but a reasonable one about 1/2 mile away. WiFi is the real negative....works fine, but NOT available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. Real bummer.

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All roads and sites are gravel. No grass anywhere. Some sites have trees, and some have Picnic tables. All are easy to get into and out of. Park is next to a Camping World (convenient) on the west side of town. All in all, a good place to stop.

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All sites are gravel, roads are paved. A standard site is 30 amp with no cable. 50 amp and cable are each $2 extra. Antenna TV gets all local networks. WiFi is OK, but doesn't stay connected. There is BBQ dinner available each evening, at a decent price. All in all, an OK park.

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The only reason to come here is Meteor Crater, but the park is worth it, even without the Crater. Gravel roads and sites, but sites are well laid out. A tree at most sites to provide some shade. Two fenced areas for dogs. A store and gas station attached to the park. RV Park guests also get a discount coupon to the Crater. Park is gated and also has security.

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Roads and sites are gravel. Sites are not level, but there's lots of trees. Cell phones work, but no cable or TV via antenna. Road to the campground is 3/4 mile gravel, with lots of potholes. The North Rim is 45 miles from the CG.

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Sites and roads are all gravel. Some sites have shade trees. Most pull-throughs are longer than needed. CG is within 2 miles of the center of town. Laundry is reasonable. Most sites are higher in the front than the back. All in all, a good experience.