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This is the only place to stay if you come to Page. Do not worry about the extra couple miles to get up here, it is well worth it! The sites are clean, and full-hook-up. Some are packing, some are pull-through. We were in the D loop. Be careful, the pull-throughs here are doubled up. You are pretty darn close to your immediate neighbor. If you can park facing to the NE you will have a nice view of the lake. Very nice camp store. Be sure and make reservations, though they do accept walk-ins. There is a $25 National Park fee to get into the park, but it is good for your stay.

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Wow! Who would have thought. This park was meticulously cared for. The sites were all paved, roomy and private. Elec and water only. 14 day stay max. The restrooms and showers were new and clean. They had even raked the gravel in out picnic area of our site. Lots of great hiking trails. They have both back in and pull through. Be sure and stay in the older area. The new area is more "parking lot" like. The hosts were very friendly and helpful.

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Probably one of the nicest parks we have stayed in on a base. It is small, not that many sites, but the view is outstanding. If you like to watch the ships come in and out of port, if you like to walk on the beach and if you like friendly folks, this is the place. Full hook-ups and concrete pads. Reservations fill fast so be sure and plan ahead. The front row is the water view, but we were in a back row and it was still wonderful. The beach is just a short walk or drive away. You can walk for miles on it. Pretty easy on and off base, even with a big rig. And the laundry was free. Not such a big deal, but thoughtful for those of us who needed to do it. The wifi seemed to work well throughout the park for the basics needs. The staff was outstanding!

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Great campground. All sites are pull-through full hook-up. Big concrete pads and long sides. More than enough room for our 35' motorhome and out toad. Sites are level and utilities are an easy connection. There is no office on site. There is a campground host. Call ahead for a reservation, they will assign you a site and you just drive to it and park. Be sure and follow the directions on this site, and not the brown signs on the base, or you will end up pointed the wrong way. Bathhouse facilities are small but clean. Only one shower each. Nice well equipped laundry site. Plenty of nice places to walk your pet. Even a paved jogging trail through the forest right nearby. We had good reception of all the local major TV stations and good satellite reception. Verizon connected fine. WiFi signal is week but connectable. You have to get information about the WiFi up in the Laundry building. If you are coming to the area, or want an nice short term, this is a great place. Clean, safe, big sites. As we were arriving at Gate 9, they flagged us over to the far right and a wide width gate entrance. It was closed, but they opened it for us.

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This is a military campground for active duty and retired. Very convenient facility. We were visiting friends in the Niceville area and this was perfect. Roomy sites. The campground itself is pretty dated. The sites are mostly level and are primarily sand with some gravel. Very nice water views from most all sites of the Bay. The WiFii was probably the best I have ever encountered at an RV park. Cable at all sites. Many of the sites of trees in the way of getting a satellite to lock on. The restrooms and laundry were clean and very usable, we did some laundry here. Be sure and follow the directions from this site and follow the brown signs and it is easy to find. If you come up from Destin be prepared to pay a $4.00 toll plus $4.00 for every axle over 2. We would definitely stay here again.

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Perfect location. Beautiful serene beaches. Gorgeous sunsets. This is a big park. The sites are widely varied. If you are unable to make a preview visit, be sure and look at the site pictures on the the reservations page. Some say they are large, but there are lots of trees making entrance tight. Just because you have a lagoon-side site, many have a marsh between the site and the lagoon. I found the roads very tight for my 35' MH. Be sure and unhook your toad in the visitor center parking lot before you go into the campground. No sewer connections, but the water and elec were good. The bathhouses looked like they are new or recently remodeled. The beach is long, clean and without commercializations. All that said, this is THE place to stay if you go to PCB.

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We wanted a place for a base for our visit to Savannah and this was perfect. There are lots of sites, each site has a lot of room and space. The hiking trails are awesome; flat, well marked, perfect length, and lots to see. Some recommendations: 1st, sign up for the Friends of Georgia State Parks membership before you go. You get two free nights right away, a discount on any remaining nights and free park admission. 2nd, if you are staying more than a couple nights, go ahead and spend the extra couple $ for the sewer site, they are roomier and very convienent. 3rd, be sure and follow the directions on their website, it will make it a lot easier to get there.

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Nice park perfect for visiting NE Iowa. 50 amp site over on the Twin Springs side. If you want more quiet, I recommend the Twin Springs side. Lots of places to fill your fresh tanks. Also a dump station on both sides. Some road noise but nothing that disturbs. There is a stream that runs trough the middle for fishing. Nice campground store. Do not take a pull-through unless you want to get really friendly with your neighbors. They require 2 units in all pull throughs

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Nice functional park. Everything from full 50 amp hook ups to bare tent sites. Good WiFi in hook up section. Asphalt pads and level spots. Only complaint is it is dated. Not much grass in the RV hook ups area. And trees close to the spot entrances. No problem backing in my 34' MH, but big 5th wheels are a little work. Nice staff.

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What a wonderful campground. We were in the west campground. 50 pull through with nice paved spot. No water or sewer. Our spot was roomy, quite and private. It was also well shaded. The east campground seemed more open, less shade, gravel small spaces but better wifi. All interior roads are paved and it is very easy to get to. Restrooms and showers clean but dated. Wifi was only good at restrooms. Verizon coverage was weird. There were spots that worked. A cell booster would hook you up but unfortunately our power supply failed. We did get some coverage in our spot The campgrounds were immaculate. The hosts had coffee made each morning and were very helpful with things to do and see on the Keweenaw Peninsula.

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Got one of the 3 pull throughs. Need a long electric cord 50'. No water hook up. Very nice and clean. Right next to lake. We did not have reservations and got there at 4 on a Saturday while the office was still open. This is Michigan, so if you are out of state they charge you a $9/day fee. Or you can buy a season pass for $31. Pays for itself if you stay more than 3 nights. Also if you have a motorhome, Michigan charges you for you toad. Overall a very nice park. Nice beach. Level sites. But sites not paved Some have gravel.