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Older park with new owners. Nothing fancy. The 50 amp does work and it's on a separate breaker not at the site. Gravel roads, and some of the trees need to be trimmed as you work your way around the park. Close to I-65. Friendly helpful staff. A good place to stop for an overnight.

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Will never stop here again. Broken concrete and railroad ties will greet you at your site. You have to be careful driving into a site. Roads are in need of major repair. Pot holes, etc. Did not have enough room to put out the big slide. 50 amp worked fine. Staff was friendly. If you do stop make sure you tell them that you don't want to be under trees and would like a pull-through, and good luck.

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An outstanding small park. Owner is very nice and helpful. Big rig friendly . Level sites, clean bathrooms, quiet location. My first time there and would return if in the area. We visited WKU where I went to school in the late 60s, Mammoth Cave, and went to some antique shops. Close to I-65.

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Third time we have been here. Park is getting overgrown in spots and needs to be trimmed. Otherwise a great park. easy bicycle ride to the beach. Plenty of great restaurants. Will return again.

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First time at the park. Not too many sites for a large motorhome with a tow. You have to watch out for the trees as you drive through the park. They had some young workers that escort you to your site. Not a lot of room between sites. Most people were there for a night as they were heading north after spending the winter down south. Probably would not return.

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A nice park close to I-95. Very friendly staff. Plenty of room for a large motorhome and tow. They had a continental breakfast from 7:30-9:30. I will return.

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They have made some of the pull thru sites smaller by putting cement pads in, which makes it for close quarters with your neighbors and you may not be able to put out your awnings or slides on both sides. I would ask for A SITE THAT DOES NOT HAVE THE PADS so you have more room for a big rig. Besides that the campground is still good for a stop over heading north or south.

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Nice campground. OO section is where you want to be if you have a big rig. Also D 3 & 4. Sites are nice, but the roads to the sites are a little tight, but ok. They have speed bumps so watch out and take your time. I agree with a previous person that it would be hard to make a left out of the campground with your motorhome due to traffic, but you can go down the road and go through the Publix to turn around and get a light. Nice location and its 9 miles to downtown Charlestown and its an easy drive on 17. Would stop again if in the area.

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This is our second time here. They have paved the front of the park since our last visit. You really have to watch what sites you are given if you are 45'. The sites slop down in the front and are not level. I had to change sites twice and it was still not level. My advice is to check the slop before you start to set up. Besides watching for the slop in the sites, it is a nice park for a stop over heading north or south.

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This is a nice park, with great work campers who escort you to your site. There are a lot of trees; but if you take it slow, it is not a problem even with a 45 MH. Nice pool and owners are friendly. The only problem is that you will probably have trees over your coach which will drop leaves and pollen depending on the season. There is a lot to do on the Island. We stayed five days. We will return in the future.

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Nice large pull through sites that are gravel. Not a lot of amenities, but you are next door to Tom Johnsons for service or Motor Home shopping. Easy to get to near I 85 and I 77. I would stop again.

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First time here. Close to I-95 heading north or south. Many of the sites will need some new paving in the future. Sites are big enough that you can pull in with out having to unhook your tow vehicle. It is a little tight. If you have a 45' motor home it is easier to be in the first row. You do hear the airport traffic as they fly over head. Would stop again for an over night stop

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Rate is based on pay for two nights one night free. It is a small park but has a great view of the Gulf if you have a water view site. It is tight but you can manage with a 45' motor home. Has a nice Tiki hut where people gather and have happy hour. Nice small clean pool. Management very friendly and escort you to your site. Bike paths near by. Great restaurants within a seven mile drive or less. Will return in the future.

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Nice small park with pavers throughout the park. We had a site on the river with a great view. Very friendly staff and a nice sports bar. They even have a pontoon boat that you can use. The only draw back is the noise from the air boat. They run from 9-5 daily. Early in the morning you can hear the shrimp boats heading out to sea. It is a great park and we will return.

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Nice park that keeps a few pull through sites open all year. Spent two nights here on the way south. Close by Shipsawana for a day trip for Amish goods. Near Lake James and Daves Lake Shack which is a great place to eat. We will stop again in the spring.