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We stayed here last year at this time. It is our favorite park in the Shipshewana area. The staff is very friendly, good 50 amp, good water pressure, free wifi (that can get overloaded during peak hours), BUT still better than using my AT&T, which BTW had good reception. Interior raods are gravel as are sites. Roads are welll maintained as is the rest of the park. Our site backed up to a small pond with Amish horses grazing behind the pond. We will return.

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First time here, we found it to be very well kept, grounds are beautiful. We are TT members and wanted 50 amp hence the $3 charge. Stayed here for our 14 days. Staff is very friendly. AT&T worked well. Sites are big (we stayed here in a 40 footer), included fire pit and picnic table. Good power and water pressure.

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We have stayed here before and looked forward to coming back. It is a small campground BUT really well maintained. This time, the free WiFi was down, but AT&T worked fine. The park only has 30 amp but it was sufficient for us. The water pressure was good and there was a sewer connection. At the end of our stay the park filled for the antique show that Bouckville is famous for. We also saw a hot air balloon land right behind the park when he ran out of air current. We stayed here in a 40-footer and will return.

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Awesome, this is the nicest little privately owned campground that we have stayed in during our 15 years of full timing. The grounds were immaculate. Yes, there were quite few seasonals, BUT they really kept their property up. The staff was very friendly. Our site was a pull-through that was easily 100 feet long and 20 feet wide. Our site was on the end so we had a huge section on the driver's side. The park is part of an old quarry, hence the ponds in the area. Directly across the entrance road is the Erie Canal, it has been beautifully restored. I guess the greatest compliment that I could pay is, If I was looking for a place for a seasonal site this would be at the top of my list. We stayed here in a 40-footer and would definitely return. Excellent power, water pressure and AT&T signal. There is no WiFi at the site though.

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Bring a long water hose. This was a nice little park a few miles of I-75. The power was good, no Wi-Fi, AT&T good, water pressure good... BUT... we needed 50 feet of hose because 2 sites share a double faucet. A few potholes on the way in. We ate at the little diner, will do in a pinch, reasonable. Our rig is 40 feet long. To be fair, this place is under new management and it appears that they are trying to clean things up as well as repair things.

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We have stayed here several times. each time the park seems to go downhill a little more. This time, the fence at the entrance had boards coming off, the sites could use more gravel as they were very muddy. Wi-Fi was none existent. Good AT&T as well as power and water pressure. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig.

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Stayed here one night while moving north. It is a clean park, nice people. Wi-Fi was nothing to write home about AT&T was good, so used my hotspot. Good 50 amp and water pressure. Stayed here in a 40 footer.

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We stayed her last September, see that review. Came back to visit friends. Still a beautiful little park. Same power, water, and sewer. It seems that the guy mowing cannot mow without hitting the sewer caps, as several including ours were broken. The road in could use some gravel or graded as it had large mud holes from the rains. We will be here for a week.

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We stayed here from Nov to May of 2015-16. We had a new site, site #95, great 50 amp, good water pressure. The bandwidth of the Wi-Fi slow on occasion because of usage but was adequate. The staff was OUTSTANDING. This was a good jumping off point to visit the north central Florida area, 1 hour to Orlando, 45 minutes to the gulf. We loved this place. The monthly rate was $499 plus electricity, with mail service too.

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We stayed here in October 2015 as an Encore special rate of $399 a month plus electricity. We have come here every other year for 6 years now and see improvement each time. This time, we saw a new pier and new cement work leading to the pier. The Internet is a pay situation but worked fine. Water pressure could be sketchy at times. The power (50) amp was fine we were in space 149, right on the marina.

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RV park right on St Rosa sound, great views of the sound and beach access. Good 50 amp, water pressure as well. AT&T works great. Camp Internet not so good. Place was spotless. Garbage pickup each morning. Interior roads paved, sites are concrete with picnic table. Above rate reflects monthly rate with Good Sam discount. Very friendly staff. We stayed here in a 40 ft motorhome, will definitely return.

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Another little city park gem. We stayed here for 12 days, great 50 amp, water pressure was good, sewer, AT&T good. On a small lake. small shade trees. When we first checked in we mentioned that there was a site next to us that was missing a sewer cap and that the place could use a mowing. Next day service crew was out, mowed and replaced cap. BTW we were the only rig in the park. Awesome sun rises over the little lake. Friendly staff. We stayed here in a 40 footer. OOPS, almost forgot to mention that the site was easy 80 feet long and about 20 wide.

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Stayed here 4 nights in a 40 foot MH, Friendly check in service, good 50 amp, water sewer, wifi very slow, could not get cable to work, BUT that was probably my fault, haven't used cable in years. Too many trees for Satellite dish. I was parked in site 42, long enough site for coach and car although it was a bit slanted. It appears that a lot of the sites are for seasonal or permanents, that's ok as they were all clean and pretty well kept. This place is in an area that is still being developed housing wise, lots of construction and lots of traffic, BUT the park was a quite place. We would return.

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This place is without a doubt the worst campground I have ever stayed in in 14 years of full timing. I called a week ahead of time for a reservation. The gentleman took all my information, quoted a price of $25 for full hookups. We drove 350 miles that day and entered the place under a severe T-storm warning. The lady at the desk could not find my reservation. She said go unhook, find a spot and come back and we'll fill out the paperwork, no problem, been there before. I got the very last spot in the park.The interior roads are gravel and filled with potholes. They say they are big rig friendly... NOT, really tight. The sewer was at the very back and uphill, HUH, decent water pressure, decent 50 amp.We will NOT return and would advise to stay away from here.

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This park is now called Made in the Shade. Park is well maintained, let water run, rust accumulated in pipes, once cleared it was fine. First 30 amp plug was dead, other in box was fine. Open for satellite, no cell service either Verizon or AT&TDid not use the pool or the pavilion.