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This is one of those parks that greatly varies in site quality and privacy. We got very lucky and got into site 602 which is on the top of a hill on the southwest side of the property. There are a couple of permanent residences nearby but your patio side looks out onto nothing but mountains and trees. Nobody nearby made a bit of noise the two weeks we were there. It was like our own little home for a while and made this stay bearable. If you are staying more than a night it is worth it to drive around and see what's open. This site 602 was quite unlevel side to side but not a problem. That being said, most of the other sites here are just standard spacing with a few pull-throughs and back-ins. Many sites seemed very unlevel. The park itself just looks tired. You drive in past the most ridiculous looking decrepit mini-golf and it doesn't get better. The pool (granted not quite pool season in KY) was half full of thick green water. The buildings look like they are never used. You can tell there are a few permanent residents here that try their best, but this park really needs an investment injection to compete in today's market. The fact they charge a $4/day resort fee is laughable. Add that to the standard rate of $45 per day and it just doesn't compute. We did get a passport America discount for 5 days and a weekly rate that was slightly less. But the resort fee is fixed. There is huge potential here since this is actually located within the Mammoth Cave national park, I hope they improve. Water pressure on the hill was poor. Water pump required for showers. The staff were all very nice and helpful. Very easy access for any size rig.

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We called at the last minute for a one night stay. Attendant was very helpful in finding a site for our 42' bus that was as flat as possible. I could see on Reserve America that most of the remaining sites were listed as severe slope. We got one that was moderate and had no problems leveling, but did end up with our biggest leap yet off the bottom stair. We also had no problem booking for one night even though it was a weekend. The power connection was 30A max and was just at the limit of our 25' cable. Our utilities are located amidships. Water connection was about 15' away but we didn't use it so can't comment on the pressure. This is a tiny campground with about 35 very close spaces. Not Key West close, but closer than you'd expect for a state park. Our spot was 18 which is inner-loop and adjacent to the restrooms, dump station, and dumpster. Not ideal for a long stay but fine for a night. This site does not have sewer but we noted a few that did. Our site was a very easy back-in maneuver.

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We loved this park! Gorgeous natural setting. Lots of spacing between sites. Bathrooms in our area (camp ground3) newer than the others in 1 & 2, but all very clean & totally adequate. Convenient drive to town (15 mins) and there is a Kroger grocery store just before entry to skidaway island and a publix which only took me 20 mins to walk to from the park itself. Best feature for us was finally having recycling facilities available. Sadly lacking most places. There are a Few trails in park (6 miles worth in total) which make lovely spots for evening walks. Highly recommend this park

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Did for some reason become more expensive than quoted at time of booking when we actually checked in (something about us having to have premium site due needing 50 amp & being over 40 foot) but that asides we found it a decent park. Weirdly lots of decrepit things around like abandoned go kart track, putt putt golf course in an abandoned baseball net etc but then at same time they appear to have built a few cabins and refurbished one set of bathrooms etc. upon reading about the park as it's obviously an older site, appears the family that own are embroiled in some kind of financial dispute that remains ongoing perhaps impacting maintenance etc. Gravel sites on offer so quite a lot of leveling required. Close enough to Neighbour's that you can end up w a bus full of campfire smoke if you forget to shut your windows! Chattanooga is relatively close by ($10 uber) which is great also.

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Stayed two weeks as didn't want to be in the RV park closer to town located right under the freeway. Overall we felt this is a decent enough facility. Sites are gravel which is fine but the access roads also gravel so throws a lot of dust. Park Offers a shuttle to town not a lot of times avail - 10am and 3.45pm departure, and a 4pm and 8pm pick up in town. Fine for $6 return. Uber also avail and well priced (roughly $10/11 per one way trip). We avoided the local Winn Dixie opting to shop at the whole foods market about a 10 minute scooter trip away. Be nice if the park offered recycling.

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Stayed only two nights. Pull through site that was level. Park seemed well maintained and is nice and close to town. Had some very rude Neighbour's that arrived late and left before dawn that were loud and inconsiderate which obviously isn't the parks fault, just detracted from our stay. Good park for a few days easy access to town.

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Decent enough park, located along Mississippi River in west Memphis. Huge pull through and back in sites. Mix sites some Gravel and some concrete. Was flat & level ground, water pressure mostly ok. Not a lot in immediate area, requires driving into Memphis itself or west Memphis for groceries. Easy access to the motorways.

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Price reflects the fact we had parking on the 'new' side (cement pad, paved patio). our 42 foot coach barely fit (front corner mirror had to hang out in roadway) but owner & manager met us on arrival to assist back in. This park was quiet & we were left undisturbed. Beach access right across road was most enjoyable, and being able to walk to the flora Bama bar/restaurant complex was also good. They have seating areas and docks on the inter coastal waterway side of their property. Sadly no recycling facilities. There is Grocery store access upon arrival to perdido key and a short drive down across the Alabama border also.

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Despite an issue upon check in (the site we were first directed to had a rather permanent looking trailer already on it) overall we found this park clean & quiet. We were fully expecting to hear a lot of shooting from the skeet range right next door (as mentioned on previous reviews) however we did not. Sandy soil made for difficult leveling, and the sewer outlet positioning (right under bus) was less convenient also. There are a lot of trees in the park, and whilst nice, they drop a lot of leaves & a lot of pollen so be wary regarding use of awnings etc. we used leaf blower right before our departure so that we weren't hauling any of this away with us in our awnings. Most of the park seems to be full time residents & permanent trailers, but they're really tidily kept. We found this a very convenient location to St Pete (20 mins). Walkable distance to target, Walmart groceries, pannera bread, etc. Quite a large laundry facility we did not use however, and a tennis court, small pool, horse shoe & boules court. The clubhouse seemed to offer a fair few activities too though we did not partake in any.

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We were in a waterfront space, which wasn't really waterfront. About 2 spaces down was waterfront. No big deal though as we were happy to get a reservation on very short notice. The site was quite sandy with a concrete patio. The area at our front door was a mess of wet sand and silt. But hey, it's Key West. The site was extremely tight to back into for a 40' coach. We made it though and you'll need to be on your game to do it. Even maneuvering through the roadways is a challenge due to all the parked vehicles halfway out into the road. All that being said, we enjoyed our time here. Really friendly people and a very relaxed atmosphere. A very short drive or walk into Key West. One last thing, there is a navy base just to the east on Boca Chica. The jets were flying every day of our stay starting at 8am. It's loud. If you are annoyed by loud jets then look elsewhere.

     

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Lazydays RV Campground

Seffner, Florida

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We are hot and cold about this park. The pros are that it is clean, quiet & individual sites well maintained (paved, level etc.). The place overall has a quite polished feel to it. There is a nice pool area with attached bar service from the adjacent restaurant, and a large rally center if that's your thing. There are a few cons though. We found the front office staff slightly rude. Not in an overt way, but you get the feeling you are a bother because you need to just check in or ask a question. This seems to be a common theme at many park offices though. The maintenance staff were very nice and helpful. If you want to leave the lazydays campus, the surrounding area is quite sketchy, not somewhere you'd want to go out for a stroll. You'll be totally car dependent if you stay here, which may or may not be a problem for you. We ate twice at the front porch cafe (free breakfast & lunch mon to sat on a limited range of the cafe menu items) which you can walk to in about 15 mins. There is a shuttle service to it as well. It is free but it is basic cafeteria style food. Overall it is a comfortable enough place to stay, I just wish lazydays was a bit better to deal with, and in a slightly nicer area.