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I had heard good things about this resort and had high expectations. I was a bit disappointed. This resort is an ownership resort and many of the lots are for sale. Our lot was level and spacious, but had some broken landscape lighting, an old satellite dish out back, and the landscaping looked neglected around the site. During our two day stay, our neighbor had his RV roof detailed, his RV washed, and maintenance performed. This happened after 5pm one evening, before 9am the next morning, and the maintenance guy parked his van on our site in front of our RV. Not a peaceful stay to say the least. Clubhouse and facilities were clean and well maintained.

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This beautiful Georgia state park features fairly level sites, with water and electric. We made reservations but once you get here they have you pick a site, a feature we really like since we use leveling blocks and have a satellite dish (so we can choose what works best for us). We camped on the left hand loop and were able to get satellite signal. Our Verizon hotspot signal was good. There are nice biking and hiking trails throughout the park.

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This campground in the Florida state park system is in need of some serious road work and tree trimming. We encountered foot deep "potholes" that were filled with water and about eight feet wide, and full of road dust slurry. Our campsite was full of overgrown foliage that we had to very carefully navigate around to avoid scratching our paint. The site was level and utilities worked. We had good Verizon signal.

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This resort is a huge ownership resort with many types of RV sites and port homes, with different roads and cul-de-sacs encompassing almost 3000 acres. There are nature trails, a golf course, a diner, a restaurant, pools, many lakes, a post office, etc. Everything in the resort is very clean, but a little dated. We stayed for a few nights to check it out but there seems to be a lot to do in the area if you have a vehicle and want to stay for a month or more. Utilities worked well, but there was no wifi at the site (we used our own hotspot).

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We really wanted to like this park more. The park is situated on an island which has birds, dolphins, a walkway out to another island, and lots of biking out of the island to state parks and a wildlife sanctuary. With that said, the park itself has some long term residents that make the park look trashy. We saw many dogs off leashes, trash, multiple families on a campsite, and children running around unsupervised. If rules were made and enforced, or if stays were limited to two weeks like state parks, some of this could be avoided. Wifi didn't work. Site was level but we saw many that were not.

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We really enjoyed this state park. We stayed in two sites during our stay; both were level and had electric and water. FYI, if you have a satellite dish, sites 16-20 look like they would work. There is also an equestrian campground down the road. Road into the park was gravel but the dust was not bad, well worth the drive back. Make sure if you want to do the weekend buggy ride that you reserve ahead of time. There are miles and miles of bike trails but many are sandy, so you need fatter tires to navigate them. Verizon signal was good here.

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This resort is an ownership resort with everything you could want if you wanted a permanent lot in mid-southern Florida. Huge club room, pickleball courts, lots of activities, and stringent rules on motor homes and clutter make this a great resort to own in. All facilities were immaculately clean. Lots were beautifully landscaped and owners can have tiki huts. Additionally, owners can have a small "casita" which is basically a vinyl clad small building for storage, kitchen, etc. based on the owner's needs. There are pull through and grass lots with patios for non owners. Roads are easy to navigate, and many big rigs are in this resort.

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This county park is situated in the middle of Fort Lauderdale. Our site was level and had full hookups, but the sewer was so far in the back of the lot that we would have needed two extra extensions to use it. However, each site appeared to have the sewer in different places so our site may have been an extreme example. Showers were old but pretty clean; however, bathrooms were dirty first thing in the morning. It looked like there were many long term campers in the park, with fencing around some and dogs in little fenced in areas at some sites. It was quiet except for the occasional train.

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This is a very spacious campground with three loops, of which one has electric (reservations are recommended for electric sites). Solar showers here were great, with very hot water, with one downside: they are located in the primitive camping loop. The mosquitoes here pretty much ruined the camping...I've never seen mosquitoes in such numbers in my life. Every time we opened the door or walked to the restrooms it was a battle. However, the national park is well worth it, just bring netted clothing, hats, and repellent.

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This is a very tightly spaced but nice location to see Ft Myers beach and the surrounding attractions. Some sites are right on the water for launching boats or kayaks. The park appears to have many long term residents as many structures looked like they had been there for a while. Utilities worked as expected and site was level. The park smelled strongly of sewer gas much of the time, so much so that at times I went into the rv instead of sitting outside. Restrooms and showers were very old but clean.

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This state park would have been great except for the mosquitoes! They were awful. We were told that they don't spray for mosquitoes anymore by a fellow camper (don't know if that's true or not) but we were not able to hike even with repellent on. We did bike a lot, though, and that kept the mosquitoes off. The restrooms were flooded on the men's side one day, with sewage and standing water. When we called, they promptly came to address the issue. Site was level and utilities worked as expected (electric and water).

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What we loved: beautifully landscaped lots! This resort is gorgeous, since it has been established for a while, and the palms and tropical plants are beautiful. What we didn't love: the wifi didn't work at all, and when I called to complain, I got the usual runaround (try different towers, it's just busy right now, etc.). The other issue, which was not the resort's fault, was that our waterfront site was so windy due to its location that we were buffeted around like crazy while we were there. The inner lots looked much quieter and had a lot of vegetation for privacy and wind protection. Restrooms and showers were spotless and the resort had three pools and hot tubs throughout.

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This park is basically a gravel lot with many pull through sites, as well as some back ins on the edges. The reason this is worth mentioning is that the winds were almost 30 mph when we were here, but our back in site, #44, was very calm and well protected from the wind. There are hedges in between sites for privacy as well, but some people said they were buffeted by the high winds out by the waterfront. The beach was nothing to speak of, but was relatively clean and had a few docks to walk out on. Utilities worked fine but there was no trash pick up one day. When my trash was still there the next day, I just took it to the dumpster. Wifi didn't work at all. Showers were moderately clean but had some mold visible in places. Overall, okay if you need a place to stay, and easy to navigate with all the pull throughs, but too expensive for what you get.

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henderson Beach State Park was one of the cleanest state parks we have ever stayed in. Site was level, with gravel pad, and utilities (electric and water) worked fine. Showers and bathrooms were spotless. Campground was easy in, easy out, and had thick vegetation between campsites for privacy.

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Love this RV resort! This is a beautifully laid out RV resort in the Hill Country of TX. There are two RV campgrounds, of which one is adults only, and each has a hot tub, pool, showers. There is a third part which is a class A motor home community with porthomes done in limestone style with varying water features throughout. If you want to visit Hill Country this is an excellent place to make home base while exploring.