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We have traveled all over the east coast since May, and this is the nicest rv park we have stayed in. We just loved it! Location is in a residential area near the best beaches on Siesta Key. Lots of shopping and restaurants close by. Excellent wifi; as good as mine at home. Level, shelled sites with large paved patios and NO bugs! Large sparkling pool and tiki-hut patio. Very nice clubhouse. I'm sure there's lots of fun to be had in the high season. Spacious laundry. Nice bathrooms with beautifully tiled showers. My winter home is in Arizona, but if I was looking for a winter home in Florida, this would be it!

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This nice park was our port in the storm of Matthew. We were traveling from NC to Sarasota Florida and realized that we needed to get far west. We started calling around for a safe place and found Flint River RV Park. Very nice owner. Sites are very spacious. There was some road noise during the day, but it was quiet at night. Sparkling pool was a nice treat. We enjoyed our stay at this park and appreciated all the nice folks of Bainbridge Georgia who welcomed us evacuees. We would definitely return if in this area again.

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What a great find! Extra large back in spaces with full hookups. No wifi or cable, but we picked up many local TV channels with our antenna. Great Verizon signal so no wifi was ok. Park staff were friendly and professional. Security came by regularly. They were preparing for the state fair so the area was freshly landscaped and everything looked great. We will stay here again for sure.

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Nice, clean park with big rig access. Large pull through with thick green grass was a nice change after being at the beaches. Very nice folks run this RV park. Excellent wifi which is rare in rv parks. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Nice folks run this park. We stayed here for a week in late September and there were only a few folks here. It was quiet and peaceful. Lots of trees and some maneuvering difficulty for our large fifth wheel but we got in and out of the park without incident. WiFi didn't work at our site. Laundry room was large with many washers and dryers. We enjoyed our stay and would return if in the area again.

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We stayed here for 8 nights at 55 bucks a night...spendy for the lack of amenities at this county park. There is no cable tv and no wifi. I was mostly unable to get a Verizon signal. Park staff were not friendly or helpful. Electric is 30 amp only and we flipped the breaker if we used the microwave while using the AC. If you stay here, get familiar with the location of your sites breaker box (our neighbors showed us where it was). On the plus side, sites are very spacious and everyone staying here was friendly. We chose this park so we could visit the city. We walked to the Metro North train station (it is 1.7 miles) and visited NYC for 5 days. If we wanted to visit the city again, we would stay at this park. If not, we would not return.

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Oh my! What a beautiful RV park. After 6 weeks at the busy beaches of southern Maine, what a treat it was to stay at this wonderful park. Jim! What a great guy! This park is so meticulously maintained. It is so well laid out. No rows of campers here. It is laid out like a housing development in the woods. Huge spaces between our neighbors. Quiet, peaceful, and gorgeous. It was about a 20 minute trip to anywhere. We visited both casinos while here. We visited Mystic & Westerly. WiFi was excellent until the weekend folks arrived; iffy after that.

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I absolutely love this park. The spaces are huge. And the park is so open; lots of sunshine. There are very tall oak trees and scattered blue spruce. Lots of grass and paved roads. Individual showers are large with good water pressure. Very large pool with plenty of chairs. Gated entrance. Trolley comes by every 20 minutes. I could stay here all season.

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This was our 2nd visit to this terrific rv park. I just love this park and the Boothbay area. We stay in the open section of the park. Sites are spacious and open. Big rig friendly. The other sections are woody; like a state park. Those sites are also very spacious and the setting is beautiful, but just too dark for me. Staff is friendly & efficient. We hope to return in October.

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We had a back in space that was very small; really close to our neighbors. WiFi was hit or miss. Good Verizon signal. Staff were friendly. Interior roads are really bumpy. Quiet park; very few families and kids. Mostly the RV crowd stays here.

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This is a very busy campground. Lots of in and out daily. Lots of vacationers, families, and kids. Location, location, location! Spendy!It is a one mile walk to Wells Beach. The Trolley stops at the front entrance. You can take the Trolley, with transfers, from Kennebunkport to Ogunquit and all areas in between. We took the Trolley to the beaches several times. WiFi worked well, but my Verizon signal was very weak throughout the area. Staff were efficient; I encountered nobody with an attitude. Most spaces are really close, unless you get a back-in along the right side of the campground. Maneuvers in a big rig can be a challenge. We were here for 17 nights and enjoyed our stay.

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Beautiful park! Mature trees and landscaping and gorgeous flowers. We are in a site on the 500 loop, and it is peaceful and fairly quiet. Trains run several times a day, but I've not heard them during the night. WiFi is excellent! It is as good as if I were at home. I am getting a good Verizon signal. Check in was a breeze and the staff was friendly. This park has the look and feel of a state park. Sites are very spacious with about 40 feet between sites. We are enjoying our stay and recommend this park highly. Our site is un-level and required some additional leveling maneuvers; that is the only negative.

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Older park, but very well maintained. 30 amp power had low voltage during the heat of the day when everyone was using ac, but not dangerously low. FHU sites were level and spacious. Pond, covered bridge, trees, grass, and several lawn swings make for a pretty setting. Front loading washers & dryers in the laundry room. We stopped for an overnight, but liked it so much that we stayed another night just to rest. Interstate 70 noise was audible if you really paid attention. Ignore any negative reviews you may read about this campground; it's plenty nice.

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This is a beautiful destination park. It's out in the country, at least 16 miles from anything. Not a place you'd want to stay if you're planning on doing a lot of running around. We stayed in site 36 and it was great. No one behind us & no one to our left. And the left side had 5 trees so there was good shade all day on that side. The park is very well maintained with nice landscaping and large boulders and pretty gravel. Our firepit was made of rocks-very nice! WiFi was hit or miss & Verizon signal was weak. Very nice front loading washers & dryers. I could stay here all summer!

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I think this is the most beautiful campground I have ever stayed in. Gorgeous 360 degree views. Campground is well laid out; sites are roomy. Beautiful landscaping; lots of trees. Only negative is that the sewers are at the back of the sites and our sewer outlet is near the middle of our coach. Be sure you bring a long sewer hose! Staff are friendly. Laundry is excellent! Big washers. $2 to wash & $2 to dry. And the WiFi is great! We didn't upgrade the WiFi, just got what was free, and we've had no problems.