Mr. Camper

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Stayed here many times and park is always clean and staff is courteous. Laundry is clean also. More than just an overnight park especially if you want to visit Memphis.

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Nobody in office you have to call a number and hope they answer. Also propane is only available fo 90 min. early in the AM and again in late afternoon. Campground is bare bones and not worth the investment. We stayed overnight but next time we'll look for other location. WiFi was weak and in and out and cable was are minimum number of stations.

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Park is run down and barely worth the overnight fee. WiFi is fair at best and cable is very limited. For those traveling west on I-10 exit 25B is a left side of the highway exit. Be prepared. Sites are not level so have lots of wood to level. There are lots of trees and even millions of leaves on the ground. Maintenance isn't high on the priority list here. WiFi is weak early in the day and gets worse as the day progresses. Cable is very limited. We will not be staying here again.

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Only good for an overnight stay and way overpriced. We were here for a night three years ago but will find another place to stay if we have to come back this way again.

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We stayed here for three months. Since we were last here in '99 the park has many more permanent residents and lots of park models. The residents are warm, courteous and exceedingly friendly. The park has a clubhouse, boat launch and 600 ft. fishing dock. Mail is accepted and the park is in an area with lots of lakes, restaurants and medical facilities. For long stays you can arrange cable and WiFi services through Comcast. If you have Comcast where you live you know what that's like.

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WiFi was. great during the day but slowed way down towards evening as the park filled. A limited number of cable stations available. The park is clean and quiet and close to Memphis, but after this we will not be back again. Memphis in (either) May or October is not a safe city to visit. The campground is a great place for an overnight stop.

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Very busy park. We arrived just in time for a BMW motorcycle rally and it was a quiet weekend. Sites were paved, level and designed so that all rv's were offset from each other. On arrival we were given the usual park brochure with the TV stations and other codes and they also provided several sheets with area attractions, restaurants, shopping and local speedtraps. Haven't had that amount of information provided before. Don't plan on passing this way again but If we did we would stay here again.

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Great place to stay. Very quiet, excellent treatment by friendly and knowledgeable staff. Laundry was clean and all machines were working. Most of the park closes on Nov. 1st but the 23 spots in the front are open year 'round. Lots of roomy sites. We've been here three times and stayed on sites 15, 16 and now 19. Nineteen has great shade. WiFi is strong and they have 35 cable channels. If we are ever back this way again we would stay here without a doubt.

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Packed for the holiday week. Great staff and very friendly campers. Been to the Smokies many times but this is our first visit to this park since it changed ownership. Lots of seasonal campers and rules but all in all still a good place to stay. Vehicles are parked perpendicular to your unit and that leaves a small lane to drive. We have a back-in on the creek and had a great time sitting by the creek and listening to the water and owls. Will be back again.

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Over-priced but clean. Staff was helpful. Good overnight location. Not a destination location. Cable just OK and Wifi not so much.

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Impossible to level, only one staff person on duty and she had to do everything. Poor directions and no signage for the campground. Sites are all gravel and very tight turns into and out of the site and campground. They advertise cable and Wifi but the cable was a joke and the Wifi was in and out. Won't stay here again.

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Had no choice but to stay here as it was the closest campground to my wife's family (her Aunt is 93). We spent 4 nights here during a self-proclaimed "Redneck" weekend. The staff was very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable of the area. If you have kids this is a good place to stay.

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Formerly a Jellystone Park but they have all the same features. The staff was helpful but noisy and apparently don't have to follow rules. Until about 7:00 p.m. ATV racing was a competitive event for the staff, dogs running off leash and barking from 6:00 p.m. to after 10:00 p.m. belonged to the staff and owners and other campers told us they were a several times a week thing and they belonged to the owner and some staff. Wifi and cable were non-existent even though advertised.

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We've visited almost all of the Civil War battlefields but Gettysburg was always a bridge too far. Sadly, we should have missed this one as well. All of the battlefield locations are being allowed to get back to nature. In many areas the grass is as high and the cannon barrel. Florida may be considered a tourist trap but it pales in comparison to Gettysburg. The cable was poor and the Wifi was decent. The campground is still handing out old, outdated area maps. The staff was friendly and the site was clean, but we left it cleaner.

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Good signage and easy to get there. It's actually located closer to Stuart's Draft than Staunton. Huge KOA with a good dog park. Friendly staff and a couple of local restaurants deliver to the campground. Only negative was that once you pull up to register you have passed the overnights only area and have to drive around a small loop to go past the office and get into the overnight area. There is no right turn to get out and you have to go left past the office and take the short loop again so that you can get out. We stayed here one night on our way back and everything was as before.