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RV Park is located off I-55 and Hwy 38, South Loop Dr. This park has a very, very small store in the office, and no nearby stores. They have gravel driveways and sites with gravel pads and sites with concrete pads. We had a level, concrete pull-through long enough for the toad and the motor home. We had full hook-ups on the side of the motor home. There was mowed grass around the edge of the pads. Our site had a beautiful view of the Mississippi River and the barges going up and down the river. They had picnic tables. They had screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Electrical was 30 and 50 amps. There was no cable TV, but with an antenna you we got 32 clear HD channels. Verizon Wireless was 3 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless was 3 out of 5 bars. There was WiFi with the password required. Response was one screen about every 30 seconds at night; it got better in the morning. There were 2 trash pick ups at the site, 9am and 6pm.

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They have gravel driveways and gravel pads, and mowed grass around the edge of the pads. They have picnic tables. We had a level, pull-through long enough for the toad and the motor home. We had full hook-ups on the side of the motor home. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Electrical was 30 amps at our site. The internet connections, speed, and response times were good. There is no cable TV, but we picked up 37 channels with our antenna. Verizon Wireless was 3 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 1 out of 5 bars. Seventeen FM radio stations and 2 AM radio stations. There is no trash pick up at the site.

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This park has a nice store in the office, and nearby stores within 2 miles have pretty much anything you may have forgotten to bring. We had a level, pull-through long enough for the toad and the motor home. We had full hook-ups on the side of the motor home. They have asphalt driveways and gravel pads. there is mowed grass around the edge of the pads. They have picnic tables and fire rings. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. There are more than 12 park models for long term residents and rentals. All seem to be well maintained. They have a great recreation hall with a bathroom, fireplace, big screen TV, pool table, table tennis table and a full kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, stove and oven. There is cable TV with 24 channels and with a weak signal at our site, but with an antenna you we got 23 clear HD channels. Verizon Wireless was 5 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 4 out of 5 bars. There is open WiFi with no password required. Response was very good. There is no trash pick up at the site.

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The shelves are bare in the store in the office. We had a level pull-through long enough for the toad and the motor home. We had full hook-ups on the side of the motor home. They have gravel driveways and gravel pads. It looked like lots of new gravel. There is mowed grass around the edge of the pads. They have picnic tables at about every other site. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. There is cable TV with 24 channels all with a weak signal at our site, but with an antenna we got 24 clear HD channels. However, on the antenna and over the cable we could not get a CBS channel. Verizon Wireless was 4 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 3 out of 5 bars. There is WiFi with password required. Response was very good. There is no trash pick up at the site. Our site had some minor problems; someone stole the RF splitter off the cable TV connection, someone stole the light fixture off the utility pedestal, and there was no picnic table

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Rate is Veteran's rate, weekly basis. RV Park is located off Hwy 162 just south of the U.S. highway 17 intersection. It is 15 miles south of downtown Charleston up US 17. We booked two months in advance to get a one week stay. While we were here they were constantly full, turning people away. This park has a very small store in the office, but nearby stores within 6 miles have pretty much anything you may have forgotten to bring including groceries and camping supplies. We had a pull-through with full hook-ups on the side of the motor home. Some site's hook-ups are all the way in the back of the site. They have lots of broad leaf trees around the edges, and Muscovy ducks and birds. They have gravel driveways and sand, grass, and gravel pads. There is mowed grass around the edge of the pads. We experienced some rain, so the grassy areas turned into little lakes. Park employees actually brought sump pumps out to try and drain these little lakes. They have picnic tables and fire rings. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. If you are quiet at night, you can hear the rumble of the train and the train whistle. There is a small lake (large pond) with a pavilion and a place for tent camping. There are several small loops of approximately 20 sites each. Some of the loops have mostly long term residents. There is no cable TV, but with an antenna you can get 18 channels. Verizon Wireless was 2 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 3 out of 5 bars. There is open WiFi with no password required. Response was very good except on the weekend. 23 FM radio stations and 5 AM radio stations. There is no trash pick up at the site but trash cans are at the end of the loop. There were small biting Black Gnats (Buffalo Gnats) about 1/8 inch long which made insect repellent necessary. The bites itch like crazy. We would camp here again.

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Excellent, fast and strong WiFi; better than at home. They just upgraded to fiber and also upgraded all their TengoNet equipment. TengoNet pass code required. We had a pull-through with full hook ups so we didn't have to unhook the toad. They have asphalt driveways and concrete pads, with trees and mowed grass in the park. They have picnic tables. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. There is good cable TV. Propane is available. There is one trash dumpster at the back of the park. There is trash pick up before 10 am; after that you walk it up yourself.

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They have no WiFi, but do have everything else. Rates vary considerably based on time of year and the type of campsite. Our rate was on off-season rate and an off-the-lake campsite. We had a pull-through with full hook ups so we didn't have to unhook the toad. They have pine, oak, many other trees. They have gravel driveways and gravel pads, and mowed grass around the pads. They have picnic tables, BBQ grills and fire rings. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. Water was soft. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. There is good cable TV with 49 channels. Verizon Wireless was 2 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 4 out of 5 bars, 4G. Many FM radio stations and no AM radio stations. There is one trash dumpster on the main road leaving towards the office. There is no trash pick up; you walk it up yourself.

     

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Perry Ponderosa Park

Perry, Georgia

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Park is located off exit 142 on Interstate 75 north of Perry, GA. We had a pull-through in the front of the park with full hook ups. They have tall pine trees with smaller trees around the edge of the park. They have asphalt driveways and asphalt pads, and sandy, mowed grass around the edge of the pads. They have picnic tables. They have drop-in sewer connections. Water pressure was adequate. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. The transient pads where we parked are sandy grass pads with 30 amp only. We had a pull-through with full hook ups so we didn't have to unhook the toad. There is no cable TV; only OTA channels are available by pointing the antenna east. There is free open WiFi that had one-minute response at times and then instant response at other times. Verizon Wireless was 2 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 4 out of 5 bars, 4G. Many FM radio stations and some AM radio stations. There is one trash dumpster at the top of the hill by the office and dump station. There is no trash pick up; you walk it up yourself.

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Besides the sites of Savannah, the passworded Tengo internet here is good enough reason to stay here. The park was continually full, and the internet connections, speed, and response times continued to be excellent. RV Park is located off i-95 on U.S. highway 17. It is 22 miles south of downtown Savannah. Our rate was a KOA rate. Rates vary widely depending on KOA, length of stay, amperage, and patios. In order to get a good campsite for over a week in March, we had to make reservations 2 months in advance. They are continually turning away campers that drive in with no reservations. This park has just about everything including a well stocked store, and nearby stores which have pretty much anything you may have forgotten to bring including groceries and camping supplies. We had a pull-through on the edge of the park with full hook-ups right on the side of the motor home. Some site's hook-ups are all the way in the back of the site. They have tall pine trees, swans, cardinals, red-headed woodpeckers, and squirrels. They have asphalt driveways and gravel pads, and mowed grass around the edge of the pads. They have picnic tables. BBQ grills and asphalt pads come with the patio sites. Fire rings are available on request. They have screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good at 60 psi. Electrical is 30 and 50 amps. If you are quiet at night, you can hear the train and the train whistle. In the back of the park there is a 'metered section' with camp sites and cabins for long term residents. There is cable TV with 57 channels from Comcast in Hinesville. Verizon Wireless was 5 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 3 out of 5 bars, 4G. Seventeen FM radio stations and 2 AM radio stations. There is trash pick up at the site. Spring came early this year so the Azalea blooms were just about finished. There were small biting Black Gnats (Buffalo Gnats) about 1/8 inch long which made insect repellent necessary. The bites itched like crazy. We would camp here again.

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The park was well maintained with lots of mature trees. They had asphalt driveways and asphalt pads. We had a back-in site. There was plenty of space between the sites. They had drop-in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. We had a 50 amp electrical connection. There was cable TV. WiFi was worthless - "This site can't be reached." "There is no Internet connection." "Unable to join network 'VillageNet.'", pages that start but never finish displaying. WiFi was provided by TengoInternet. Verizon Wireless was 4 out of 5 bars; AT&T wireless 5 out of 5 bars.

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Very well maintained except someone broke off the screw top to the sewer connection, so we just used it as a drop in. Price was for 50/30 amp, water, and sewer. Cable TV had 41 channels. Water pressure was 40 PSI. Lots of pull-through sites. There were no picnic tables, no pool, playground, or fire rings. There were many small trees and bushes, but really none big enough for shade. Driveways were asphalt. Sites were all concrete slabs with patios and gravel in between the sites. There is a grassy area at one end for walking the dog. The wind was out of the south so we didn't have the cattle feed lot smell we had in the past. AT&T phone service was 5 out of 5 bars; Verizon was 4 out of 5 bars. There was no trash pickup at the sites. The Wi-Fi strength was excellent, but the response was slow (5 to 20 seconds) and we were disconnected several times. Lots and lots of flies; maybe from the feedlots.

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This is a large park with all the amenities. Playground, swimming hole. Nice store in the office. We had a long pull through and didn't have to disconnect the toad. There were some long term campers. They had gravel driveways and gravel pads and mowed grass between each site. They had screw in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. They had 50 amps. There was cable TV. Rubbermaid trash cans were placed around the park. The WiFi was outstanding with excellent response time. Verizon Wireless was 4 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 5 out of 5 bars. There were some flies, but no mosquitoes. We would camp here again.

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The host should get a 10 for personality alone. The park is well maintained with gravel driveways. There was a lot of mature trees. We had a level pull through site and did not have to unhook the toad in the driveway; however, it required a 25 foot reach to the screw in sewer connection. Our motor home connection is in the middle, not at the back. Water had good pressure and we had a 50 amp electrical connection.There were over 105 cable TV channels. The free WiFi strength was good. The response was excellent. Verizon Wireless was nonexistent; ATT wireless was 5 out of 5 bars.

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The park is well maintained with gravel driveways and gravel pads. We had a level back-in site and had to unhook the toad in the driveway up by the office. There was a lot of tent camping. There is also a playground, pool, basketball goal, and lots of kids. There was a lot of "Texas size" trees, meaning they were about 25 feet tall. There are plastic trash cans placed around the park for garbage. We had to share water connection and the power utility pole which put both of the on the "wrong" side. The 50 foot water hose and the 50 foot power cord came in handy. We also had to adapt our 50 amp cord to 30 amps to fit the power pole. The sewer connection had a wooden box cover and a screw-in connector which was nice after getting rid of the earwig nest and the spiders under the box. We had a good 12 inches clearance between our awning and the RV next door. Water pressure was great until 8pm when the pressure went to zero. We found out this was due to a temporary power outage which apparently affected the water pump. Twenty minutes later we had water. There was no cable TV, but we got eleven stations with our over-the-air antenna pointed north. The TengoInternet WiFi strength was good and required no additional payment; however, we were disconnected several times and had to reconnect. The response was good. Verizon Wireless was 5 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 4 out of 5 bars.

     

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Teton Valley RV Park

Victor, Idaho

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The park is well maintained with gravel driveways and gravel pads. We had a level back-in site and had to unhook the toad in the driveway up by the office. There was a lot of tent camping. There is also a playground, pool, basketball goal, and lots of kids. There was a lot of "Texas size" trees, meaning they were about 25 feet tall. There are plastic trash cans placed around the park for garbage. We had to share water connection and the power utility pole which put both of the on the "wrong" side. The 50 foot water hose and the 50 foot power cord came in handy. We also had to adapt our 50 amp cord to 30 amps to fit the power pole. The sewer connection had a wooden box cover and a screw-in connector which was nice after getting rid of the earwig nest and the spiders under the box. We had a good 12 inches clearance between our awning and the RV next door. Water pressure was great until 8pm when the pressure went to zero. We found out this was due to a temporary power outage which apparently affected the water pump. Twenty minutes later we had water. There was no cable TV, but we got eleven stations with our over-the-air antenna pointed north. The TengoInternet WiFi strength was good and required no additional payment; however, we were disconnected several times and had to reconnect. The response was good. Verizon Wireless was 5 out of 5 bars; ATT wireless 4 out of 5 bars.