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We just returned from our first visit to 4PK and we had a BLAST. Our site was great and the fence was a little gift from heaven.. I'm not sure we'll ever be able to stay on a site without a fence now! The patio was just perfect for meals outdoors, and it even came stocked with a super-nice charcoal grill. The 4PK staff was FANTASTIC and did everything possible to make sure we had a great time, from guiding us into our site to hosting a delicious Easter dinner. Our dogs had a great time swimming in the pond, exploring the campground, and especially loved the peanut butter Easter egg hunt. 4PK even had a 'private' dog park for dogs like mine that are sometimes selective about who their friends are. We're already planning our next trip and we've convinced family and friends to come along too. I know some folks may be offended/disheartened that 4PK doesn't allow campers under 18, but I am personally delighted to find a campground dedicated to MY (fur) kids. We highly recommend 4PK to everyone and can't wait to go back!

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My husband and I camped at Jones Station last weekend, along with family who occupied sites 23 and 27. We all had a great time and enjoyed the campground. All sites were fairly level and sites 22 and 23 were a bit more open whereas site 27 had less grass and more trees. 22 and 23 had large grassy areas between the sites with plenty of room for us to spread out and play horseshoes, frisbee, etc. The campground was well laid out and we enjoyed walking around and exploring. The things we disliked about this campground were the dust that kicked up off the gravel roads as folks drove by our site, and I would have personally liked to have seen a couple of doggy waste stations. All in all, great campground and we plan to return soon!

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We stayed at Raleigh Oaks last weekend while in the area for a college graduation ceremony at Campbell. We got in late at night but found the campground to be easy to navigate and the lights at the end of each site were very helpful for setting up in the dark. Most sites are very long and spacious, more than enough room for us and fairly level. Small details such as cute shrubs in berms at the ends of each site made the park feel homey and well maintained. Office staff was friendly and helpful, and the waffle breakfast was a great. We enjoyed a round of putt putt and our dogs enjoyed a romp in one of the dog parks. Our family plans to meet here again in the future, since there are nice cabins that the non-campers can rent. While my husband and I generally prefer parks with 'private' sites (such as wooded sites), we had a very pleasant experience in this typical RV park setting.

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We visited Cross Winds at the suggestion of family and friends and had a great time! We arrived at night and found it a bit tough to back in and get level due to low spots on the site that we couldn't see well in the dark. The site we were on (at the end of row B) was very wooded and private. My parents stayed in the site next to us and we enjoyed hiking through the trees woods to go visit them. We have already booked another trip next month. Trash cans at each site and the hookup locations were convenient for us. We are looking forward to trying out the new section that is currently being constructed. Looking forward to returning soon!

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My husband and I just purchased our first travel trailer and visited Pine Ridge on our very first trip. The owners were super friendly and helpful! Grounds were beautiful: our dogs had a blast and my husband enjoyed fishing daily. The site we were on was fairly close to neighboring units but the space was not unreasonable. The little decks at each site were cool! I have already recommended Pine Ridge to family members, and we will definitely be back!