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We were looking for a place to stay on weekends when we come to ride the Withlacoochee bike trail and thought that this was a great location. I was shocked to pull into our site (202) and find a huge political banner displayed in the site next door (looked to be a long term camper). It is too bad the the owners of this campground do not have a policy prohibiting such behavior. Very unwelcoming - a real turn-off.

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The park was booked up so we were lucky to get a spot for a Wed & Thu (had to go elsewhere for Fri & Sat). The first site that we were assigned had no grass next to it (one of the few that did not have grass) - just leaves from the trees, but they were able to move us to a different row - which was really a great site - grass next to the site and a great view of a large grassy area with lots of trees. The sites are very close together, but mostly pull-throughs, all have patio area w grass and picnic table and trees. Nicely maintained. Nice dog walk area and great restrooms. Nice park to walk through - a lot of trees and spacious feel (even though the sites are close together). Very friendly and accommodating staff.

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This is a very large and spread out mobile home park - which made for some very nice walks (even though the asphalt roads were in bad shape, it is better than walking on gravel). Our spot was not fancy, a crumbling but usable patio w picnic table. This was a very spacious site - plenty of room, lots of grass and a bit of landscaping. A nice mix of trees and open areas throughout the huge park. We were close to the laundry room, so I did use it. The pool was closed. We were relatively close to the front of the park, but were not bothered at all by the highway noise. Very friendly staff. We would stay here again. P.S. We are not sure if they had restrooms ... did not need them anyway.

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The clerk who checked us in was not polite, but the person who escorted us to our site and helped us get situated was very, very good - helpful and friendly. The sites are not good - way too close together - very, very crowded. The entire park is all gravel - very difficult for walking - no landscaping by any of the sites. The trains are loud, but we expected this based on previous reviews. This is NOT a resort and should not be called an RV Resort, mostly seasonal and workers needing an affordable place to stay - good folks - but call it a "park" - not a "resort!" The only advantage of this park over the other nearby parks is that it is far more affordable than the others. If you plan on staying nearby to visit Nashville and can afford to stay at one of the pricier places (that are closer to Nashville) - I would definitely advise that you take a pass on this one.

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We supposedly got the last site - next to the barn. Some people might not like this, but we thought it was kind of quaint! Very nice and helpful owners. Spacious sites with grass and trees, hills and a pond (w big fish - catch and release - per Chris). Stayed here to go to Mammoth Cave. We definitely stay here again! A nice, quiet, peaceful park with nice campers - rowdiness is discouraged.

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The sites were very close together - the hook-up side was right next to the other MH, but there was a nice enough grassy area on the other side. Very tight parking, but we got in w/o disconnecting. Nice walking areas. Few nearby trees. no landscaping.

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This is a very nice park with nice views of lawns, trees, water, etc. Plenty of walking areas. Unfortunately the RV spots are all stone/crushed gravel - no grass by the sites, but level and clean. Helpful attendant helped us park. Sites themselves are close together, but certainly not on top of each other. Situated in Sycamore, IL - a nice town for walking or bike riding. We stayed here so that we could drive in and ride the Fox River Bike Trail - 20 minutes east of here. We would stay here again.