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Nice little city campground with gravel roads and sites, a few are pull through. Our site was 30a and water pull through, the trees were no problem for our roof top dish. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

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We paid the monthly rate plus electricity. Roads and sites are cement. Many tree throughout the CG but our site allowed the rooftop dish to work well. The 50a power & utilities all worked well. Their WiFI also worked well as did our Verizon cell phone and hotspot. CG is very well maintained. Church services held in Western Town. Two nice clubhouses available for the rally.

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We enjoy this CG on the Mississippi. The front row pull through sites were full so we were in a second row gravel site. The roads are also gravel. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well, no trees. The CG WiFi was intermittent working 80% of the time. Utilities all worked well.

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Just a small older overnight inexpensive campground. Several long term residents in older RVs, some in bad shape. Gravel road had lots of potholes, site was also gravel. 50a power was good, did not use water or sewer. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked as did rooftop dish, no trees. Our site was a pull through.

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This is another excellent COE park and the senior price makes it outstanding. The blind back-in site was large and spacious backing up to the lake. Roads are paved and is the site. No trees so the rooftop dish worked as did the 50a and water. No sewer but 1 dump station. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. Dark at night and very peaceful. The staff had our reservation and check-in was easy, but like a government function a little long.

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We spent 2 nights here in a back-in site with FHU that all worked well. Our rooftop dish worked as no trees in the way. Verizon cell and hotspot worked. The roads are quite wide and paved as is the site. It's an easy short walk across the street to Boomtown Casino and there is a free shuttle to the other casinos. No trouble with noise. My only complaint is the check-in. There is no office and you have to call the casino, the site they said was ours was taken so we took another and called again. They were confused on other issues also. Clumsy check-in procedure. It was a blind back-in but the road was very wide. CG only 2 or 3 blocks off I110 expressway.

     

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Beaver Lake Campground

Quincy, Florida

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This was a 1 night stop and was chosen because it's Passport America and an easy off/on I10. When we called for a reservation and also when we checked in the Asian lady was very rude. I'm surprised my wife don't demand to leave. Anyway, when we were looking for our site there was a nice fellow working in the campground and he was very helpful in directing us to the correct site. The CG is just an open grass field behind the gas station with hookups. You just drive through the field and pull through into the site. There were no trees so the rooftop dish worked, Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. We didn't connect to the water or sewer for 1 night. 50a worked fine.

     

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Ocala Sun RV Resort

Ocala, Florida

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Very helpful lady in the office when we checked in. We were also led to our site and guided us in making it an easy pull through, nice. The 50a, sewer and water all worked well, our rooftop dish did also. Verizon cell phone and hot spot worked good. Their WiFi also worked well The site was grass and roads were paved. The pool was very nice and comfortable. Conveniently less than a mile west I-95, but we didn't hear any expressway noise, a little from the road the CG was on. We left 3 nights early to get further away from Hurricane Matthew and received a receipt for 3 free nights the next time we stop there.

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We stayed 1 night Passport Am and 2 with Good Sam discount so $42 night average. CG about 3 miles off I95. Gravel sites and roads, we had a heavy rain the morning we left but the gravel drained the water away very well. When escorted to assigned site it was in a treed area so our rooftop dish would not have worked. The host returned to the office for a new site in the open and gave us a slightly more expensive site at no additional cost, nice of them to do. The site was a long pull through with a new cement patio. It was obvious that the new owners are making improvements to the CG, some sites had a new cement patio and some green plants added plus other work going on. 50a, water and sewer all worked fine. Their free WiFi worked well and we also had several OTA TV channels. We were disappointed that at the price of this CG they had no pool, and there wasn't much grass either. The CGs in this area have all increased their prices this year from last year.

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We spent one night in a long pull through under large trees using Passport America, cash. The sites and roads are gravel with some rough roads. The 50a power was good, we didn't use the water or sewer. There were lots of small bugs bothering us when we set up mid afternoon. We wanted an open site for our rooftop dish but even moving within the site we never were able to get a signal (too many trees), we did get 7 or 8 OTA channels. It would be difficult to get a signal anywhere unless you had a portable dish. The staff was helpful. A major problem we discovered was an ant infestation at our next stop the day we left. One night and we had hundreds of ants in the kitchen and living room. Before we even brought the slides out we had to get had to purchase ant spray and bug bombs. We will not return due to the trees, the high price and especially the ants.

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Price included state and city tax. We had a long gravel pull through site, roads were gravel and grass between the sites. There were many long term seasonal folks. Owner is very laid back and friendly, comes around the office in the last afternoon. One evening there was a small jam session in their pavilion. Pretty location in the mountains and well maintained. The 50a, water and sewer all worked fine as did our rooftop dish. We used the parks free WiFi and cable TV. I would have rated it higher except for the nightly price.

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We overnighted here to visit friends for a day. This is a membership park but allows nonmembers. It was a very easy on/on the expressway but being so close had some traffic noise. The park has large mature trees but our site (27) was open to the south allowing our rooftop dish to work well. We were 2 sites from the office so we had good WiFi and our Verizon hot spot also worked. The 50a power was good, we didn't use water or sewer. The roads and sites are gravel and level, the trees could use some trimming but didn't cause us any trouble. Nice grass between sites. The pull through site was plenty long enough for our 37' 5W and truck. Staff was friendly and park is well maintained. It's on a divided highway but there is a crossover to the park entrance.

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This is a very nice, well maintained, quiet, restful campground. We understand it use to be a mobile home park associated with the closed USAF base. The sites are grouped in clusters of four. The hosts were friendly and helpful, leading us through the grassy yards to make the site a pull through which was very long. The roads are paved and the sites are old blacktop with a cement patio and picnic table. When exiting you have to drive over a small curb onto the road. There are many mature trees but our rooftop dish worked well. Their WiFi did not work but our Verizon hotspot worked. The 50a power was good as was water and sewer, we had to use 2 sewer hoses to reach the connection. We liked this peaceful CG. It's about 5 or 6 minutes off I57, there are several gas stations and fast food restaurants at the expressway intersection.

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We had a long gravel & level pull through, the roads are gravel, decent grassy space between sites. CG is well maintained and landscaped. Remote location, we didn't visit Bowling Green so unsure what is nearby. 50a worked well, we didn't use the water or sewer. Open site so rooftop dish worked as did our Verizon hot spot for internet access. Staff discouraged us using their WiFi saying it was only for email and banking so we didn't use it. They were a somewhat unfriendly when we checked in. CG road is a large oval with pull throughs in the center and back ins on the outside.

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It was a one night stopover and this CG worked very well. Very easy on/off the expressway. We could hear some road noise but it wasn't bad. Our gravel pull through was a little short but we made it work OK. The site was narrow and our door opened close to neighbors utilities. Our 50a power worked well, we didn't use the water or sewer which was available. We were in some trees but our rooftop dish worked in between them. The staff was very nice, helpful and easy to work with. Verizon hotspot worked as did the CG WiFi but it was slow. Nice quiet little CG.