Stan & Marsha

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Good park with easy access and return from/to the Interstate. Paved roads, fairly level concrete sites. FHU. Friendly office staff. We stayed a week. Enjoyed the Ameristar seafood buffet on Friday and Saturday nights. Lots of history in the area. Probably the best park in the area that we've seen. Stayed at another park in years past, and prefer this park. We would stay again.

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Great park, asphalt road, level concrete sites. Concrete pad with picnic table. Wide green space between sites. New lower rates $14.40 with Good Sams. Would have rated a 9 or 10 if Wi-Fi had worked. The lady in the office said it had been down quite a while. Harrah's must not be making enough money to have it repaired. But, we would stay here again.

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Very nice clean pack - good gravel roads and level gravel pull-through sites. We spent 2 nights here and was very pleased with the park. Friendly staff. We would definitely stay here again.

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Wonderful clean campground. County owned. Paved asphalt roads, level concrete sited. We were visiting friend and family in the area and would definitely return to this park. Friendly staff. Good Wi-Fi available but in the office or pavilion only.

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Nice, clean park. Level sites. Roads are narrow and turning radius from our site onto the road had a tree right at the front of the coach. We had to back out of the site. Wi-fi was spotty. We would stay here again.

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Nice small park with friendly owners that make the park worth staying at. Pet friendly. Easy access and egress about 5 miles south of the interstate. Real quiet. Most sites are level with grass and/or gravel combination. Wi-Fi was none existence for us. Would be rated an 8 if Wi-Fi had worked. We would return to this park.

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Let's get the roads out of the way 1st - we were there during a dry spell and yes, the roads need work, but an RV park isn't for speed demons anyhow! Park is quiet and comfortable. Level grassy pull through sites with plenty of room for slides. Good DirecTv and AT&T reception. We would stay here again. Rate is Coast 2 Coast.

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This park has paved roads and double wide paved sites. Very clean park, bathrooms and laundry room. Camp workers lead you to your site. Our big complaint is the advertised free Wi-Fi. Park would have received a higher rating if the Wi-Fi worked. It was constantly up and down with poor and unreliable workability. Our rate is based on Camp Club USA.

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New Management has cleared the park of undesirables and is attempting to clean the park up. He has a long way to go - trash everywhere, not picked up, etc. Broken pads but still level when on the unbroken part. No worst than most KOAs. We ran from Baton Rouge to Meridian for Gustav and stayed 3-nights. Convenient handy getaway for us to escape the hurricane. Reasonable price - cash or check only. We would return for another hurricane escape.

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This park is a 9+, would be a 10 with paved roads and full concrete pads. Well landscaped between sites for additional privacy. Back in sites have wide grassy area between sites. Each site has concrete access and egress with well packed and very level gravel for the motorhome. Concrete patio with picnic table. Easy access from Texas State (Toll) road 130. Very big rig friendly! We are definitely planning a return trip.

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Convenient to Birmingham, but located in a run down neighborhood in transition - Many closed businesses up and down the street. The park has paved streets. The owner is friendly and upgrading sites - there are some new double wide concrete sites along with smaller and older concrete sites. Full hookup with 50-amp service. No Wi-Fi or cable, but clear shot for roof top satellite. We stayed two nights to visit friends that have relocated to Birmingham. Not sure if we would return to park because of the location.

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As others have said, these two owners are what make this resort - Extremely friendly and people oriented. The resort is a 10+ secluded in the mountains about 5 miles from Helen. New paved roads, level concrete pads with plenty of shade. Cable TV channel selection is abundant. Excellent fast Wi-Fi. Easy in and out with minimum or no road noise. We will be back. The daily rate quoted is based on Camp Club USA. They sold us the membership.

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Other KOA's could take a lesson from this campground. New gravel on roads and most sites providing good driving surface and level sites. Most sites are very wide and spacious with plenty of trees for shade. Not friendly to rooftop satellite, but the park has a very large selection of cable TV. Convenient to Lake Hartwell, Anderson, Clemson and surrounding area. We would definitely return to this park. Our rate is based on a 1-week stay.

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Beautiful campground with large oaks and lots of green space. Our site D3 was gravel but very level, with huge grassy area between sites. Our site was open for excellent satellite reception. Owner/manager is on site and shows concern for a great stay. Convenient to all Charleston and surrounding area has to offer. Our rate is based on a 1-week stay with Good Sam discount. Would definitely return and stay at this campground.

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Beautiful park and setting on the river. We stayed a week in site #1. Double wide level concrete sites, paved roads. All sites are privately owned. The management lets you pick your site from a golf cart - that way they show no partiality to any individual site owner. Great Wi-Fi from our site - but talking to others it seems to be weaker the farther you go into the park - a lady from site 15 had to walk close to the office area to receive decent Wi-Fi. Park is convenient to all that Hilton has to offer, but is very expensive - do discount for extended stay.