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Easy access from I-64 makes this a very nice overnight. There are lots of locals living here. The park is owned by the City of Lynnville. There is no laundry facility. Restrooms were falling apart and desperately needed cleaning. My site was gravel and reasonably level with good hookups. There is a playground and there are numerous roads and trails for walking. Night was quiet with windows closed so I could keep the trailer cool.

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Access to this bare bones campground from I-64 was very easy. Take care when crossing the unmarked railroad grade just before entering the campground. Roads were gravel with no potholes. Sites are long pull throughs with gravel. For my site the gravel was fresh, but not wide enough and I had to park partially off the gravel to get level. Infrequent airplane noise was loud and annoying during the day. At night this place was very quiet except for the brief passage of a freight train. Kids would enjoy the closeup views of planes taking off, but there is little else to amuse them. Restrooms were clean, simple and functional with new plumbing in the showers that worked wonderfully well. I was here on a Saturday night. Noise and activity levels might differ on a weekday. Price reflects a Good Sam discount for a full hook up site.

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This was a pleasant campground. The turnoff into the campground was difficult to find because the signs were small, poorly located and partially hidden in a flower bed. Staff provided escort to site and parking assistance. Site characteristics (configuration, hookups, shade, level, length, room to maneuver, etc.) vary considerably. Consult staff before committing to a site when making reservations to make sure you get what matters to you. Upper restrooms were clean and showers got the job done, but lower restrooms were considerably nicer. Roads were in good shape. It was very quiet at the top of the hill in the back. My biggest complaint was all the guests, including kids, driving around on the golf carts. Price reflects a Good Sam discount on a water/electric site.

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Overall this is a very nice campground. Cape Hatteras features no shade, lots of wind and sand, and high humidity, for which you can't fault the campground. All sites have concrete pads. Roads are paved. With no vegetation but grass, there is nothing to screen sites to create any kind of privacy. Restrooms were clean and the showers worked well. Laundry was clean and functional. It was quiet at night. Security was good on the ocean side but non-existent on the sound side. None of the sites truly have an ocean view because of the intervening dunes, but you can hear the crashing waves better if you are closer to the ocean. Price is for Coast to Coast.

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This park has some very strong positives and some really ugly negatives. Roads are paved. Sites are spacious and well shaded. The whole park is impeccably maintained. The location is central for exploring attractions south of Charleston and downtown. It is quiet at night. WiFi was fast and usually reliable. But traffic on adjacent highways was a nightmare. Making a left turn into or out of the park was extremely hazardous at best if not impossible to do safely for much of the day. The water contained a bit of sulfur and some other minerals - probably salt. I gagged on the taste more than once. The excessive number of speed bumps was totally obnoxious. Add to that the high price and you have four reasons I will not stay at this park again. My price reflects the Good Sam rate for a site with only water and electric.

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Laundry was clean with machines in good repair. Restrooms were clean and serviceable, but needed repair and upgrading. WiFi was weak and unreliable. Manager was friendly and helpful. Sites were long enough for any rig and decently wide with satisfactory room to maneuver. My site required no leveling. It was grassy with sandy soil that drained fairly quickly after heavy rainfall. Roads had potholes that were no problem if you did not exceed the posted speed limit. Highway noise from the interstate was audible but muted. Play area for kids and pool make this a kid friendly park. Water smelled/tasted strongly of sulfur. Price reflects a weekly rate for a 30 AMP FHU.

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The noise is tolerable, but if you are looking for real peace and quiet you won't find it here. Gunfire, mainly on weekends, came from just across the road. Industrial rumblings also originated from across the highway. Traffic noise was annoying although sporadic at night. Sites were fairly long and quite level. The gravel did not get muddy after heavy rainfall. Restrooms were clean with good showers. Laundry was one of the nicest I have seen in any campground. Hookups were too far forward in the site. Roads were narrow leaving little room to maneuver if adjacent sites are occupied. Rate is for AOR.

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My take on this campground is that it is OK, but nothing special. Sites along creek cost extra, but are not worth the money. The "creek" is just a beautified drainage ditch. Sites are shorter and less level. All peripheral sites are shorter. Get an interior site. All sites are narrow and feel cramped. My gravel site did not get muddy after heavy rains. Only management contact was at check-in. She could not tell me where on the map the post office was located. Showers worked fine. Restrooms were clean. Laundry machines were in desperate need of maintenance. Roads were paved and in very good condition, but were somewhat narrow providing limited room to maneuver. Would not recommend this park for big rigs. Blooming trees provided wonderful aesthetic. Exiting the campground felt like Russian roulette since the view of oncoming traffic is blocked by a guardrail. Price reflects a combination of Good Sam and Passport America.

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I spent two nights here sitting out some nasty weather, so I did not use the facilities. Roads were gravel with a few small mud-holes. The playground looked really nice. Hookups were new looking and worked fine. My site was a long Pull-Thru that required no leveling. Fresh gravel kept the site clean and mud free in spite of the downpour. The part of the park that I saw was clean and well-kept. Manager was friendly and helpful. Price is for PPA.

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Rate was high for a campground that provides no facilities and no amenities except WiFi - just a place to park with full hookups. Hookups were in good shape and worked fine. WiFi was fast and reliable. Sites are long pull throughs with fresh gravel. Mine required no leveling. Noise is a big issue here unless you enjoy the sound of big truck engines idling all night long. They arrive in the evening and park on the property next door.

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Laundry was clean with machines all working and newer looking. Restrooms were somewhat spartan and dated, but fully functional and clean. Some pedestals were leaning badly and falling apart. Mine worked fine and voltage was good. Park was less than half full. Manager was friendly and helpful. She thoughtfully assigned sites so as to maximize spacing between campers. Sites were a bit narrow but very long and perfectly level. Bring a long sewer hose; the connection was located really far towards front of the site. Roads were in good shape with speed bumps on main entry road and only a few smaller potholes. There was noise from the interstate but I did not find it to be problematic at night. Price reflects a weekly rate.

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It was hot and the campground was nearly full; nevertheless voltage remained solidly above 120. There is some shade in the gravel sites. Gravel is fresh making for clean sites without any mud. Overnight sites were narrow and RV's were packed pretty tightly, but it worked OK for a one night stay. Sites for longer stays were more spacious. My site was very level and I did not need to unhitch at all. Restrooms were individual bathrooms with sink, toilet and shower; they were clean and a pleasure to use. The only problem was a backed up sewer connection necessitating a site switch so that I could dump. Rate is for Passport America.

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The first night the water for showers was barely lukewarm. The second night I got scalded everytime someone flushed a toilet and the shower flooded due to a plugged drain. My site was a gravel/dirt premium pull through site with good shade; some sites are out in the open. It was about 55 feet long and so close to the interstate that loud traffic noises lasted all night. Roads were gravel and narrow making for tight turns. They like speed bumps here. Rate is coast to coast.

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Sites were gravel with lots of shade. Roads were narrow and paved, but the trees were intelligently planted back from the roads so that backing in was not too difficult. Upon arrival, I ascertained that my pedestal was incorrectly wired. A worker arrived five minutes after I called the office and fixed it. Shower water could have been hotter. Memorial Day weekend was party time for the locals. The place was full and overflowing. It did quiet down around 11 PM. The campground was full making getting in and out slow and tedious due to cars parked in the road and people wandering everywhere. It was hot and the voltage dropped to 108. Restrooms were clean until Friday night and never were clean again until Tuesday. Rate is for a weekly stay.

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Half the sites have sewer connections and half do not. Some sites are spacious; others are pretty tight. In the section with sewer connections, the overall feeling was that rigs were packed in pretty tightly. The section without sewers was nearly empty; the section with sewers had only a few sites open. Roads are narrow, and I had difficulty backing into my site due to a tree too close to the road on the other side. There were lots of kids running around. Some sites have shade but most are out in the open. The individual bathrooms available at the general store were very nice. Trash dumpsters were overflowing with bags left on the ground. One morning, voltage dropped to 109. Rate is for ROD.