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Overall this is a fine place to stay, but your RV must be self-contained. Sites are large concrete pads with hookups and a couple of palm trees. That is all - not even a picnic table. There are only 15 sites, but at least half were always open the week I was there. The palm trees are located close to the concrete at the entrance to the site and backing in feels like threading a needle. You have full access to the clubhouse which is about 300 yards down the road. It is a first class facility with laundry, showers, pool and WiFi. Nights were very quiet except when a party was in session at the clubhouse. The bass beat was then clearly audible. Rate is for Coast to Coast.

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Sites are long concrete slabs that are packed close together. They are located on a dead-end spur with no turnaround. If your site is at the end of the road you will have to back down the road about 200 feet just to reach the entrance to your site. Much nicer, long pull through sites are available in the center of the park, but apparently Coast to Coast visitors get to park on this spur. The nearby pool was very nice. Restrooms and showers were adequate, but nothing special. Site included a picnic table. WiFi in the office was consistently good, but in the clubhouse WiFi was not reliable. There is no WiFi at your site. The spur was bordered by the highway and a barren canal creating an unappealing ambiance. Rate is for Coast to Coast.

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This is a large park almost completely occupied by long-term stays. Short-term travelers are routinely assigned to sites across the road from the oil well in the middle of the park. The well was not running when I arrived, but 3 days later it started up. It sounded like a diesel truck idling constantly outside my trailer. Roads were rough and became muddy after light rain. The exercise room is worthless. The security gate did not work the whole week I was there although the check-in lady told me it would be fixed in a day or two. My site was large but had no picnic table. It was sandy and infested with ants. It required nearly two inches of leveling. The laundry had old worn out machines and unusually high prices. The showers featured peeling paint and frogs crawling out of holes in the wall. WiFi was available only in the clubhouse and it was worse than unreliable. I will not camp here again. Beware that under Coast to Coast they charge an extra $10 per day.

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Most sites are occupied by permanent residents. Restrooms worked, but needed a lot of repair. The laundry was mostly out of commission and looked ratty. Sites were generally large and well spaced. Beware backing into sites on the uphill side of the road. The site may be level, however the approach for some sites requires ascent of a short, but steep grade. Many RV's scraped bottom leaving long scratches in the concrete. Pedestals had no circuit breakers. Even though I was on a concrete pad, I picked up an ant infestation. Roads are rough and narrow with little room to maneuver. One section of the park is in a level grassy field. The other section overlooks the lake and is on a nicely wooded hillside. Nights were quiet. WiFi worked well except for the two days it was down altogether. I would be reluctant to camp here again. Rate for ROD is $0.

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Campground is right on the lake-shore. Sites are long with lots of space between them. Deer wander the campground daily. WiFi does not reach to the northern half and Verizon signal was weak there also. Restrooms were clean and pleasant to use. Nights were nice and quiet. If you stay here, you also have access to the former state park on the north side of highway 111. It has trails and lots of very nice campsites as well. Staff was friendly and supportive. There are a few long term residents, but the security personnel watch them closely. Two were evicted while I was there due to messy campsites. Not quite a 10 but very close. I would camp here again. Rate includes Good Sam discount.

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Beautiful campground with mostly wooded sites. Some sites are right on the lake shore. Deer wander by frequently and the lake has numerous birds that are relatively approachable. WiFi in the activity center was fast and reliable. Restrooms were a bit worn out, but still clean and functional. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. Roads were mostly paved and in good condition. Sites were long and well spaced apart. Nights were wonderfully quiet. I hope to camp here again. Rate is for Coast to Coast.

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It has good showers and clean restrooms and a very nice laundry. Sites are level with newly paved roads. Staff was friendly. Railroad noise was frequent and loud. Interstate highway noise was negligible. I would camp here again in a pinch but there are better options nearby. Rate for ROD is $0 but they add $2 per day for 30 amp.

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This is a different kind of place. Sites are not clearly defined; just go find a pedestal with water faucet and set up your rig. Park carefully to avoid leveling problems. There are a variety of sites from river bottom to ridge top, some with a bit of shade and some in the open. One section is adjacent to the golf clubhouse and the greens. The roads are dirt/sand that are in pretty good shape. After recent heavy rains, the graders were out repairing damage. Wildlife is abundant with White-tail Deer and Mule Deer, Turkeys, and Bobwhite Quail frequently seen in the camping areas. A wonderful set of walking trails is accessed from near the pool. Staff was more than friendly and helpful. I was able to check out a gate key so that I could get back in when returning late from an all day trip to Caprock Canyons State Park. Very good WiFi is available at the golf clubhouse and the entry office. Verizon signal is weak on the ridges and dead in the valley. Restrooms were clean and functional but could use an upgrade. There are no sewer hookups - just two dump stations, both of which would benefit from some repair work. Nights were nice and quiet. Rate is for Coast to Coast. I hope to camp here again.

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This is a very comfortable and quiet place, but its overall ambiance felt rather sterile to me. Sites are mostly long pull-thru's with good spacing between them. Except for some plantings between sites, everything is concrete. Restrooms were top-notch. My site required no leveling, however the pedestal is a newfangled beast that requires you to stand on your head to see the plugs and breakers. The park is relatively new and overall in very good shape. I would camp here again.

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Upon entering the campground, you must park on a steep grade while registering. Then you are escorted to your site and the escort assists with parking. This assistance is essential because the sites are so tightly packed that there is no margin for error. If you have a slide out on the left, you will not be able to fully extend your awning. My pedestal had a high steel divider just below the socket for my 30 amp cord. The divider needed a cutout to let the cord hang naturally, but there was none. Instead I had to use a hard bend in the cord to get around the ridge, which compromised the security of the plug in the socket. The campground consists of flat terraced areas carved out of a steep hillside. The gravel sites are level and hookups were appropriately located. Main roads are paved but narrow with tight turns. There was insufficient room to park my tow vehicle at my site; I had to use a parking space about a hundred feet away. It was wonderfully quiet at night, but I was awakened at 5AM one morning by a neighbor's alarm clock. Another neighbor deployed his awning to within 2 feet of the side of my trailer. Restrooms were clean and very useable although showers were small and tight. On weekdays the park was not full, but on weekends it was packed with no room to spare. Overall, the ambiance was that of a tightly packed parking lot. I would not recommend this park and I will not return.

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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.