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We arrived after staff was gone but called & they left a note on what spot to park in, paid the next morning. Super nice staff & very clean & well maintained. Our spot was not level at all but we could handle that. There are many long term looking rv's & we heard a few diesel trucks warming up at 6am every morning. Overall a nice convenient park. Pet friendly!

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Very large space - very comfortable campground. 2 Washer and dryers - not to0 expensive.

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5 nights were not enough!! Great smaller campground with tons of places to ride bikes & have long walks on the beach. The sunsets on the beach were a nice surprise and became a quick must see event!

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We were told it has been recently updated - bathrooms were older but well cared for. The sites were well maintained. Our site was long but a bit narrow because of a big tree in the spot, had many low branches & upon leaving, low branches could not be avoided. We would go back in a New York minute! Loved how secluded you feel but had grocery & restaurants within 5 minutes!

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Lots of interesting history in park, but not too time consuming. Can walk dogs but are asked to keep them on a lead even in the field that looks like it was made to throw a ball! Great staff!

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Great campground! Worked out every morning listening to the lions roar!! The office was super friendly & got us a better rate than we booked because they had a 3 night discount. Spaces were well maintained and not too close ( compared to other KOA's) After hours gate was a comfort. Great location - could get to everything! Lovely pool & great laundry facilities. Hope to go back soon!

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No water & sewer hookup in RV section. Electricity only. Water fill at all restrooms. Only restroom without hot water is in the most expensive part of campground. (RV electric sites). Hot water is solar heated - so plan to have a hot shower mid-morning to dusk. Spacious sites Not all have fire rings Great staff - every one that worked there was super friendly & knowledgable. There are so many mosquitos that you won't do any outdoor living. You have to stay moving to avoid getting eaten alive. Especially when bird watching. The Flamingo visitors center could use a lot of TLC - this is one of the largest National Parks - it should be at least mowed more & landscaped.

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Nice enough place - very busy & kinda loud. Spaces in our area are tight & it takes a village of people to get you in so you don't hit another rig. People don't care about quiet time. Its open to the public - so anyone can drive in at any time - so a certain lack of security. Lots of staff - nice enough & helpful with restaurant recommendations. Great location to do the variety of things the Keys offer.

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Great hiking & beautiful creek views. Very much a weekend haven - but by Sunday afternoon the park is yours! Great wildlife - bring your binoculars! No much else to do without a long drive. Great getaway to just chill.

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Our site was fine but an adjoining site backed into ours, so privacy was non existent. Its a quiet park & would stay again & again. Level site.

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This is a nice and spacious campground. The spots are not too close to each other. In the middle of the electric loop it is very open and there is not a ton of privacy. The perimeter sites are very nice and private. Sites 18-25; 34-35 are shaded and nice. Site 35 might be the most private spot in the park. Site 34 (ours) is also very nice and private. Also the tree on the left side (site #34 - as you look at the site) is now gone. Most of the non-electric (tent area) is mostly very private and may sites are shaded. Some of them are really nice, but would be tight for any trailer of size.