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This is our second visit to skidaway State park and as per our previous year ago it is just a beautiful location. Quiet peaceful spacious sites. Our site was more than adequate for a 20 foot trailer and there was also an area at each site where attend could be placed comfortably and large picnic tables are included. Apparently there are some sites with full hook ups but we have never been able to reserve those. The restroom near our site was quite outdated but that was clean. They do have laundry facilities here but we did not take advantage of those on this trip. It was nice to see that they rented bicycles at the park office. we had brought ours and did not need to do a rental. There are some hiking trails and we tried out a portion of one. You are close to Savannah about a 20 minute drive with also a Kroger grocery store just down the street. I did forget to mention they do not have Wi-Fi at the sites but you can get Wi-Fi if you go up near the park office. There is cable available at each site.

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Bay Bayou was a convenient RV park for my husband and I and our 20 foot travel trailer. We chose this site because of its location, and because it had a swimming pool. We had our two grandsons with us for nine days and we had chosen a Site almost directly across from the pool for their pleasure. We found the campground very well-maintained with spacious sites and full hook ups. The Wi-Fi was strong though a bit overloaded as anticipated late in the day. Laundry facilities were located in various areas of the park and were reasonably priced, well-maintained and adequate number for no wait. Because we were there late in April many of the residents had already left to head north so we did not get involved with the limited activities offered at that time. It is our understanding that during the winter there are many activities offered and we were told a very friendly resident community. There was cable connectivity included with your rate and a wide variety of channels offered. The park has kayak and canoe launch though no rentals available and areas from which one can fish. A wide variety of county parks, restaurants stores and supermarkets within easy reach. We even found a BMX track that our grandsons could try out. Lots of fun things to do in Tampa and St. Petersburg as well has done Eden and Clearwater. The community building has a library, a stage, large screen TV, pool table lots of games and puzzles, computer station, sewing station, and many tables for community activities. Again we did not participate in any as those offered at this time were not of our interest. The pool was kept clean with lots of tables and loungers and on Wednesday they have a midday hamburger hotdog barbecue. The boys had loads of fun spending hours in the pool With the season coming to an end we did not feel what is likely to be the enthusiasm of winter residence and did in turn become included in the limited activities offered.

     

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Travelers World RV Resort

San Antonio, Texas

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We have never camped at such a friendly park as Travelers World. The welcome we received, with great helpful information, was super. The park is kept very clean with trash receptacles handy, and it is great to be at the park with recycling. The location of the park is ideal. It backs up to the Riverwalk and within 4 miles you could bike or walk into town. There is bus service directly across the street and it runs on a regular schedule and is very cost-effective. We found because we stayed for a month that getting a Senior Pass was most valuable. There is so much to see and do in and around San Antonio that this RV Park location is ideal. We are not usually involved in social activities within an RV park but this one offered some delightful socializing without team involvement. The potlucks once a week, the happy hours and even the bike outings were most welcome and we met some delightful people from all over the country and Canada. . We did not use the showers or restroom so I cannot respond on their cleanliness but in light of how clean the rest of the park was I can imagine they were not spotless. The laundry was clean bright and wash and dry were very reasonably priced at $1.25 each. The pool was clean and heated. Pets are allowed in the park and though we do not have one there certainly were lots of dogs well disciplined in the park. People were very diligent about attending to their dogs and many used the dog enclosure for playtime. Wi-Fi was strong and easy to log into Daily. There was no additional charge for Wi-Fi. cable allowed quite a large variety of stations and reception was good. Once again the staff was very friendly and easily accessible. The most unique thing about this park was the friendliness of everyone that we met. We would highly recommend staying here. Thanks to the managers for such careful yet friendly management.

     

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Wah-Sha-She Park

Copan, Oklahoma

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The campground is now operated by a nonprofit group and named Wah-Sha-She Park http://www.hulahlakeosage.com/. It is a lovely campground with sites right on Lake Hulah and includes a boat ramp. They do NOT take reservations, but there are over 80 sites and there were campers there in September. I was treated to my first viewing of American White Pelicans. I guess you can tell I'm an easterner. The sunsets over the lake were spectacular.

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We really loved the views from most everywhere in the park. Each campsite was clean and spacious. Each is equipped with water and electric except for a few tent sites. People brought their boats and there was easy access to putting them in the water. There's a lovely beach we did not take advantage of swimming there. We found it very comfortable, quiet and people were very friendly. We would strongly recommend this location to people but be aware there is no cell reception. You would want to come well-equipped with supplies.

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We most enjoy going to COA sites and this one did not disappoint. Each site was equipped with water and electric and a picnic table. The setting for each was so peaceful. we had our 20 foot travel trailer and loved just sitting in our comfy chairs and enjoying watching the leaves sway in the trees, the birds come and go and just the forest setting. There are two hosts on site and they take turns working five days on and five days off. They were both pleasant and helpful when assistance was needed. There is a dump site on the way out. There is a boat launch site and the water looks so welcoming but apparently the water is hazardous to swim in so swimming is not allowed. Though we did not play, many people were availing themselves of the disc golf. The playground is conveniently located as is fire wood for purchase at the host location. There are many hiking trails and the ones along the water are easy to traverse. A most welcoming campground.

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This park is located at Salem Harbor and still houses the Fort Pickering Lighthouse. The views by the marina parking lot and the bluffs by the beach were lovely. The options for RV camping around in varied locations through the park. We camped in a 20 foot travel trailer with our two grandsons, 6 and 8 years old. They placed us in the equivalent of a parking lot field with water and electric connectivity. The location of the park is most convenient to downtown Salem and you can also take the tour trolley ($$) into town and back and get interesting information that tour guides provide. If you are looking for convenience this location is fine. Dump site is at a location about one mile outside of the park. Many RVs were also parked in the parking lot by the Harbor but they were in open sun and also with other cars in the lot. Many tent campers came and went onto grassy sites here and there in the park. The park is open to the public for picnicking, hiking and swimming.