About Rick Frazier

Semi-retired, full time RVer with wife, Irene, since 2012 in a 2008 HR Presidential TT, 2014 Landmark Grand Canyon, and 2017 Landmark 365 Oshkosh. We winter in Florida and head somewhere cool in the summer.

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This is a large busy park with two distinct sections. New section on Mullet Creek is a modern model of RV Parks. It has large angled concrete pads for easy backing; unlike older section. New one-unit utility pedestals with 50 to 100 amp service to accommodate newer bigger rigs. It also has the price to go with it. Missing from this section are showers or restrooms. If patrons choose to use provided facilities, they'll have to use the restroom/shower facilities in the other older section. Restrooms and showers are always clean and neat. Older section has some permanents, but park has rules and enforces them so perms have to keep up their sites. Close to gulf beaches, Busch Gardens, Ybor City, and many other Tampa Bay attractions. Staff friendly and very helpful. Older section is a little tight for large rigs, but manageable. Traffic noise from Hillsborough Ave can be annoying, especially the sites in the rear of the park.

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If you're looking for a park in the Bar Harbor, Acadia N.P. area that gets you out of all the hustle and bustle of those busy areas, then look no further than the Pumpkin Patch. Quiet, very clean, well manicured park will have you coming back time after time. Their staff is extremely helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable to help you with all your Maine needs. Wide, long gravel sites with plenty of room so your not on top of your neighbor. Not really a "family oriented" park, but there are some lawn games to play and also a pool table. No park is perfect, but the Patch is as close as it gets.

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If you thought that this Jellystone Park is a serine, woodsy park, think again. This park is nothing more than a run down trailer park full of permanents that need to be evicted. We booked a pull-through full hook- up site to accommodate our 40-ft 5'er. What we got was a pull-through site, no sewer, no 50Amp, and jammed into a site where our slides were almost touching the slides in the next site. I will say that the staff did try to help resolve our problems the best they could. Don't waste your time or money here.

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Easy on and off I-81. Even though somewhat close to the interstate, not much road noise to contend with. Friendly, very helpful staff. This KOA has a small kitchen/restaurant which is very convenient. Sites a little close, but level and accommodating. Stayed here twice and both times staff went out of their way to help with our particular needs. Definitely stay here again in the fall.

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Very nice park. Loved the trees. Staff very friendly and helpful. Long, level site. Easy in and out. 607, the road others are complaining about, is no big deal. There's little traffic on it and we went side by side with a school bus and had plenty of room. Looking forward to staying here in the fall.

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Close to the interstate but no loud road noise to contend with. Our site was long and level which was ideal since we were not unhooking. Quiet at night was nice listening to the mockingbirds sing. Friendly and helpful staff. Will stay here again.

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Clean, well maintained groomed park. No big trees and a little elbow room between sites. It's a little ways off I-95 so no traffic noise to contend with. Interior roads are narrow for big rigs and exiting from sites are tight for the same. Definitely will return.

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This is our second visit to Live Oak Landing. Very nice, clean park off the panhandle beaten path. Level and long concrete pads, with patio. Since our first visit a year ago, the park has expanded and increased their number of RV sites - mostly back-ins. New interior roads are tight. If you have a long rig, be careful when maneuvering and turning. Park management should have the garbage disposal company change it's pick-up time.

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We've stayed at Lazy Day on several occasions and always have enjoyed our stay. Clean, quiet, well maintained park with plenty of room.

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The only drawback is the loud truck noise from I-65, especially at night. Bring your ear plugs. Sites are long and level, but a bit narrow. Easy in and out with friendly office staff.

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Peter D's is right off I-90 exit 23 in Sheridan and is easy in and out. The park is semi-close to the interstate, but road noise is minimal. The owners Barb, run a tight ship, which for one, I appreciate. No shenanigans here. They came over to check on us after we set up to make sure we were comfortable and to see if we needed anything. How many park owners do that? They also have a beautiful garden and offers their guests fresh veggies at no charge. Sites area a bit narrow as is the green space in between. Definitely stay here again!

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Park is nothing special, but a decent overnight spot. Gravel everything, but sites are level, long, and spacious. Plenty of permanents that the owners should have clean up around their coaches. Friendly office staff. No cable, but plenty of air channels. Park is a little confusing to find since it's in an industrial area. They have a huge bolder separating the entry and exit road, so be careful when entering and especially leaving. There is a sign posted to swing wide so you'll have enough clearance to miss the bolder.

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Easy in and out and not too far off I-80. Gravel parking lot, but enough room to maneuver around. Sites are all set-up as buddy-sites. It's Wyoming and it can be windy, so expect some dust. Long termers are parked away from short termers which is nice. And, you don't hear the long termers going to work in the morning. Good overnight spot.

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Extremely nice park. All concrete pads, paved interior roads with plenty of maneuverability. Easy in and out. No large trees to get in your way. Office staff friendly and helpful. Different prices for different caliber of sites. Premium sites have more room between neighbors. The only negatives are the road noise from I-215 and the stench from the oil refineries. And truthfully, that really depends on wind direction when you're most affected by one or the other, or both.

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Clean, well maintained park, great for overnight stays. Close to I-80 with abundant road noise, but nothing ear plugs can't fix. Easy in and out. No big trees to get in your way.