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Beautiful campground in good location located right on San Diego bay. The campground is well maintained and immaculate. Restaurant in the marina is a short walk and pretty good. Pool is nice, but probably not "resort" quality (or size). Sites are paved and level, but very short. Site are also narrow, with barely enough space to get slides out and awning. Hedges between sites help with the cramped feeling, but it is a tight park. Streets are narrow, and with the short sites parking can be somewhat challenging in the back-in sites. Parking for vehicle is also tight and many hang out a bit into the street. Wifi is disappointing, useful for about 20 minutes a day otherwise forget it. AT&T and Verizon are weak here too, so data overall is a challenge. Exercise room is ok for cardio but weight equipment is very limited. Bottom line is that this is a very nice campground in a great location that uses its location and not its amenities to justify its premium pricing.

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Mostly excellent campground let down by non-functional WiFi and messy gravel. Hacienda came highly recommended and for this part of the country is no doubt the best option. The campground is very easy to reach from I-10. Staff are friendly and main office+clubhouse is quite nice. Sites are level and reasonably wide, most of them have a privacy fence on one side. Water, sewer, and electric all provided. Didn't try the cable, but no trees so our dish worked fine. Unfortunately the WiFi did not. At least half the time our devices connected but there was no internet, and the other half of the time the service was so slow it was unusable even for basic browsing. Unusable 100% of the time. Disappointing to say the least. The other frustration is the fine gravel that Hacienda uses to cover each site. It looks nice upon check in but quickly gets tracked everywhere (inside coach, inside tow car, etc), especially if it rains at all. Why the sites aren't paved is a total mystery but that gravel is really annoying. Be careful if you have tile floors in your coach.

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This is a decent choice if you want to visit the caverns. Otherwise, there is not much reason to stay here. The pull-through sites are the most narrow and closely packed I have ever seen. We could not put all of our slides out due to trees and proximity to neighbors. As it was, I could have reached out my window and touched the trailer next to us. There is no sewer due to fear of contamination of the cave. 50amp electric was available, as was water. We didn't bother to hookup to the water. We decided to stay for 2 nights as we arrived later on night #1 and wanted to see the cave the next day. The campground is 8 or 10 miles off the interstate in the middle of nowhere. Roads to the campground are good. There is a nice gift shop but no camping supplies and no food other than homemade fudge. There is literally nothing around. No food, no gas, nothing. No WiFi, and no service for AT&T. Verizon works ok. No reservations taken and the pull through campground filled by 6pm.

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Really good Campground 30 minutes from downtown Atlanta and 10 minutes from Lake Lanier. It is close to the highway but not so close that traffic is audible. Very quiet and dark at night. The lakes (really just big ponds) are attractive and a walking path bisects them and continues on around the back of the property. Premium sites are level but on a very steep hill that was challenging to enter/exit some of the sites due to the slope and narrow entry. I wouldn't want to try getting a 45 footer in some of these (others would be fine). Once in, the premium sites are huge and level. Most would easily accommodate two or even 3 RV and tow car. Due to the slope of the hill, your uphill neighbor will look right into your windows when they sit outside. Our 50amp power did not work, the campground had it fixed (old wiring missing a second ground) in less than 3 hours. Premium sites will almost certainly have no satellite access due to trees. Sites along the lake will have satellite but are closer together and have water and power but no sewer. Interior roads are paved but a little rough in spots. No bathrooms or laundry as far as we could tell. Turning out of the campground onto the main road can be tricky with traffic. Grocery stores, food, fuel, and plenty of shopping (Target, Wal-Mart, Best Buy) nearby. Cash or check only. We extended our stay because we enjoyed it so much. Reservations are on the honor system since they only accept cash; no real penalty for no shows. We had to move spots when we extended due to our spot being "booked" but nobody ever showed up at it. Office staff are nice and helpful. Price is extremely fair for the campground. For an extra $5 the premium sites are a bargain as they are far larger than the lakeside sites and have full hookups (as long as you don't mind the hill and the lack of satellite). I would definitely stay here again.

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Mostly excellent mid-size park outside of Spartanburg. The park is a sharp 90 degree turn onto a hard-to-see and rough (paved) road. If you don't have GPS, you will probably miss the turn. Hint: they should put up a bigger sign. Sharp descent and ascent to get into the campground but I don't believe we dragged anything on our 39' coach. I doubt two vehicles could pass each other on some sections of the short entry road. Interior roads are narrow but navigable. Owners are very nice and escorted us to our pull through site which was paved and level. Most sites are open for satellite access. Sites are close together so you will hear your neighbors clearly if they are outside. The WiFi is the biggest black eye - it works OK occasionally but generally was very slow or non-functional. Surprising considering the campground was not particularly full when we were there. The campground is clean and well-maintained. Very quiet too, with it being outside of town. Nothing right by the campground but all kinds of shopping 10 minutes away. Considering the price, I think I can overlook the WiFi (AT&T and Verizon are solid here). I would stay here again.

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Older park in the middle of the woods. Last 3 miles to campground are on a very narrow winding road with no shoulder. Good signage. Park is in a valley full of trees with a nice pond and brook. Rustic setting. WiFi is mediocre to bad. No AT&T signal at all, and Verizon is not much better. Given the lack of cell coverage, the WiFi really needs to be improved. Due to the trees, very few sites will be able to use satellite and only a few broadcast HDTV channels are available. Power, water, and sewer all seemed to work well. Sites are close, and nearly everyone builds a fire so the whole campground is often full of hazy smoke on cold nights. Depending on your site, your neighbor's firepit may be very close to your camper. Sites are gravel and while not flat, most are reasonably level if you have levelling blocks. This is a good family camping site with lots to do for kids. Cabins are available for rent. The campground was clean and well-kept even though it appears to be older. Interior roads are in decent shape and easy to navigate. Trees are kept trimmed. Other than fellow campers, the campground is very quiet due to its remote location. Trash pickup at sites was nice. Some sites had fire rings and picnic tables. Ours did not although it was a pull through. I would stay here again.

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This is an old truck depot with an attached parking lot. RVs back up to the old loading bays. It sounds unappealing, but it's actually pretty nice. The sites are flat, paved, and easy to back in. Power and water are convieniently located. No trees so satellite works very well. No sewer but dump station nearby. Your neighbor might be 3 feet slide out to slide out if the place is busy. The area is fenced with a security gate and 24x7 shuttle drivers. The parking lot is an overflow lot for the U of P Hospital. Around 6:30am cars start showing up and you will hear some doors slamming and horn honking when the cars lock. A train yard is close by and you will hear trains too. But, a free shuttle to the hospital and a $2.25 bus (#42) gets you to all the downtown sites. Being in Philly as opposed to a long drive outside the city is great! Staff are super friendly and helpful. Price is a little high but when the location is considered it's fair. Keep in mind tow vehicle is an extra charge.

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A bit off the beaten path, but there aren't many choices in this area. The park is very clean, office staff were nice. Our site was way up on top of a hill. Signs said to drive 20mph and "maintain speed" due to the steep incline. Unless your rig is seriously underpowered don't drive up that fast. It isn't THAT steep and there is a savage dip on one side of the road near the top. If you are going 20mph in a large motor home you WILL fling open cabinets and doors when you hit that dip. Ask me how I know. Otherwise, the site was flat, water and electrical were conveniently located, sewer was too. Trees around the edges of the campsites, but no problem getting satellite reception. Site was gravel. Wifi worked and allowed unlimited devices which is nice for laptops, iPads, phones all connecting. Quiet too - zero road noise. As others have said the office and pool are a hike from the campsites. No escort to site, but sites were very easy to find. We had a back in site and it was fairly easy to back into.

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Old and worn out. Tight turn off main road which can be busy at times. Ruts in narrow asphalt entry gate so bad that the gate post leans in toward the road. Impossible to get a large class A past the gate without mirrors hitting the untrimmed bush on the right. Interior roads are paved, but in very rough shape. Many tight curves. Campground seems to be 3 sections. Upper entry hill area, pasture area, and lower woods. Only the pasture area is level. All other sites are unlevel, usually very very unlevel. Woods area is heavily wooded and dark. No satellite reception possible in any of those sites. So much tree debris on the ground that I'm amazed they haven't had a serious fire. One day they sent crew with leaf blowers to blow pine needles all around our toad and coach. They blew dust and pine needles all over both. When I asked them to stop they refused, but said they would use the blower on our vehicles after they were done. Very rude. They should have told me in advance and offered to let us move for a couple hours while they used leaf blowers on dirt all around. They charge an extra for 50amp service. Cable is about 30 channels of very poor quality analog channels only. We did pickup about as many digital HDTV broadcast channels on our antenna which was nice. Sewer hookup goes to a 200 gallon cistern at the full hookup sites. They didn't bother to tell us that and after a week our sewer overflowed when I was dumpin black tank. They sent a worker with a small honey wagon to pump out the cistern. I was told the camper before us must have had the same issue because "toilet paper was all around the sewer hookup." So I was standing in an open sewer. Yuk. Again, if they would have told me about the capacity BEFORE an issue occurred it would have been fine. During heavy rain several of the lower sites flooded (worst one was probably 5 inches deep). One plus is that the lower park is very quiet without road noise.

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Overpriced. Especially during "leaf-peeping" season where they offer no discounts. Colombus day the park was maybe 60% full. This appears to be an old KOA. Lower sites are right along busy and noisy main road, upper sites are much much quieter. Trees everywhere so don't expect to get a dish working except "possibly" in their most expensive spots. Sites are level, dirt and gravel. At the least bit of rain, you'll be tracking sand into your coach. Sites are close and your neighbors will be right outside your window. Hope they don't use the campfire ring although many do. Upper sites do feel like camping in the woods (aside from the proximity of other campers). The two best features of this place are: 1) location and 2) WiFi. Location is right next to McDonalds and RiteAide, across from Hannafords grocery, movie theatres, restaurants, brewery, and just a mile from Wells Beach. Ogunquit and Kennebunkport are just a few minutes away. WiFi is free, strong, and very useable. Among the top WiFi we've had nationwide. Our site was barely long enough for our 39' RV and our jeep IF we parked the jeep sideways (not easy due to rocks and trees at the entrance of each site). Pricewise even with the location and the region, I felt like it was still a bit overpriced.

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Excellent park. Would stay again. Somewhat remote location but quick drive into town. Can be noise from Interstate which runs right along part of the campground, otherwise very quiet. Llong grassy sites with many class As surrounded by seasonal park models. Sites look flat but have a significant slope, bring leveling blocks. Water is on a central pole and may be 40' or 50' from coach. They loaned us an extension hose. Staff is very nice and friendly, park is immaculate. Even the trash cans seemed to be deodorized. Mini golf course and pedal carts for rent. Grass doesn't get muddy during rain but after mowing you will track grass into your coach for days. No WiFi except at the main office. Satellite reception is mixed. We stayed for 3 weeks and moved spots a few times. We had satellite reception in 2 spots and not in a third.

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Huge park with 800 sites. Easy to reach from the highway exit. Overpriced unless you want to use all the "camp" style amenities, most of which are for kids (and most of which cost extra). On site restaurant serving surprisingly good pizza and full bar open on weekends. We stayed in a 39' RV and had no trouble getting into our site which was level and big enough for 2 motorhomes. Gravel and grass base. Fires are allowed and smoke can be bothersome depending on wind direction. Looks to be virtually all travel trailers and tent campers. Super busy on weekends or for special events, quiet otherwise. Grounds were clean and well kept, and long-term residents all kept their sites clean and tidy. No satellite access from our site and I doubt any site had a clear sky view through the trees. No free wifi but commercial provider charging $9.95/day. Water pressure was good; water was cold. Surprisingly quiet at night for a park this large, but we could hear the highway traffic. Other sites would hear nothing or even more than we did depending on where the site was located. Rental golf carts available and a fairly well-stocked store at entrance. I would probably look at other options before staying here again especially for the price.

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Immaculately clean and very large RV+camping resort. City bus picks up right inside the resort and metro park&ride just one exit down on the highway. Good location for exploring Washington DC The sites are level, power is good, and best WiFi I have ever seen in an RV park. We consistently got 4mb/sec sustained downloads! The park has a walking trail around the outside of it. Interesting mix of big class A, small class C, travel trailers, and even tent campers. Two onsite pools and an onsite cafe. Price was high but considering the location we felt it was reasonable. Some sites are shady and others are open. We had no trouble with our dish but saw plenty of sites that would not have a signal. Grocery store and home depot 1/4 mile from entrance to resort. Some road noise from beltway but not too bad. Would definitely stay here again if we were in the area.

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Davis Lakes is a tale of two campgrounds. The first campground is the clean, quiet, spacious, well-kept campground available during the week. The second is the loud, crowded, raucous party spot on the weekends. Davis Lakes is a "destination" campground for a lot of the locals who come with their campers on the weekends. It has a private lake with lots of water toys for the kids along with its own small sandy beach. The campground is not very busy during the week, but fills to the capacity starting on Friday nights. Friday night and Saturday night, don't plan on sleeping much. Kids were running around on scooters yelling loudly until after midnight. Campers next to us were playing loud music, drinking, and making even more noise until later. Golf carts were racing around and more than one driver was drinking beer while driving. Campground staff don't seem to care, which is why I gave a lower rating on service. Most campgrounds wouldn't tolerate the behavior we saw over a weekend. Sites seem to be mostly back-in, but were long enough for our 39' Class A and Jeep Wrangler. We had to position in the site so our jacks did not go down on large tree roots. Otherwise, the site was level and mostly gravel. Most of the sites are tree covered which is great for shade but not great for dish; ours did not work. There are 33 HDTV channels broadcast and Davis Lakes offers cable (we didn't try it). WiFi is typical campground, which is to say it sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. Mostly, it worked but at slow speeds. I would give the WIFi a grade of C. Roads inside the campground are paved and branches were well trimmed. Water pressure is on the low side at times, but adequate. We had 50amp service and no issues. Davis Lakes is located along the highway but a large sound wall blocks almost all the noise. It is pretty quiet.

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Beautiful spacious campground with a good mix of on-site cabins, long-term residents, and short term residents. Sites are large, pull-through with plenty of room for motorhome and tow vehicle. Sites are wide, with plenty of space between sites. Site surfaces are level, with crushed white gravel base and grass between the spaces. Premium sites have a concrete pad with picnic table and small fence. Pool appeared to be in good shape with a shaded and enclosed area where parents can watch kids without being bothered by bugs. The campground is very quiet and full of mature trees; most sites area shaded to some degree. Easy to reach just off I-95. Gas station on the other side of the exit ramp with big-rig sized diesel pumps too. The only 2 downsides were: 1) The WiFi system, which didn't work at all. It took several tries for our devices to connect, but even after connecting they were not able to use the Internet. Unless this is fixed, assume the campground has no WiFi 2) The campground is quite a way away from anything to do, which is fine for relaxing but driving into Fayetteville for food or museums can get old. For this remote location and lack of functional WiFi I thought the price was on the high end. However, if I were in the area I would stay here again.