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Lots of great activities at Salt Fork, and I was pleased that it offers an off leash area for the pups. Sites were nice, some shaded, some open. We had a full hookup site that had lots of space. TV reception was good, we received 7 channels, but a neighbor said they only had 1. He commented our antennae had a "wingman", but you guys probably know what that means. Nice hiking trails and other things we did not have time to check out. I did not go into the restrooms, but I did notice the exteriors needed painting- but as many parks lack adequate funding, I can understand how that gets overlooked.

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This is a very small private campground, only a year old. It is built on family land, and surrounded by cow pastures. EZ access from I-77, but really quiet! There are 2 full hookup sites, but they are separated from the rest, so we opted for a site with only w/e to be next to a small creek. Tent sites are on the other side of the road, but looked nice as well. Owners are super friendly and care about their facility. They also had a great list of places to eat, local wineries, etc.

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Lovely park with several camping areas to choose from. Lots of deer, some lovely scenic views and nice hiking. The Nature center was not all that great- I have seen better, and the lady working there was not very welcoming, but I can get over that sort of thing. I enjoyed crossing the stream s on the suspension bridges. Our site was asphalt- but very unlevel and water drained to it. There are lots of sites to choose from, though- I can't remember what the number was that we were on, but it did have full hookups. The park itself is beautiful with a nice swimming area, lots of activity and gathering spaces, a marina, etc. We could only stay one night as we were traveling thru- but I would love to go back when we have more time.

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Well, we stayed here because it is about halfway between Atlanta, GA and Milwaukee, WI. It is not a bad place, there is a pond and pool, lots of open space for kids to play, walk dogs etc. There were a lot of permanent residents, but enough campers to make it feel o k. Convenient ti interstate, and Elizabethtown has a lot of history. Owners gracious- lead us to the site in a golf cart, and dirt/grass site was very level. Lots of large trees.

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Nice and quiet state park. Kind of off the beaten path, but but was easy to get to. Paved interior roads and gravel campsites. Most had nice views of the lake, I would not mind staying here again.

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The park was clean and quiet. It seems most of the campsites are set up in a circular arrangement- almost like a cul-de-sac- but the sites are very spacious. Although the camping sites were well manicured- it goes right up to thick brushy, grassy undergrowth, very popular with rabbits! There is no view of the water from the camping sites that I could figure, so to see the water, one must go to the beach or the marina. We only stayed one night, so our visit was limited, but I would go back...especially if I had a boat!

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we enjoyed our stay at Tranquil Timbers, although I have to say the nicest sites are used for the folks who rent them long term. However, you can tell there is a lot of pride in keeping the lots lovely for those who do rent seasonally. One of our neighbors has had his spot for 30 years! We were located on Cardinal Circle, and had wonderful neighbors. Most of them would come just for the weekend, but we met a nice couple who lived there during the summer. All in all a nice experience. Laundry and restrooms were very clean. Pool looked inviting. I never did find the camp store to be open. There are facilities for the kids to use- mini golf, ball field etc. Great place for a family vacation. I would stay at Tranquil Timbers again.