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This is very expensive for a state park. $39 a night for electric and water only. You can get cable if you're In the right loop. Full hook ups cost even more. Most expensive state park we've every stayed in, by a big margin. Plus you have to pay a $5 parking fee for 1 car. Other then that it's a nice park, very shady and buggy. Roads can be a bit tight but very manageable. Staff is awesome. If you're here just to visit savannah the their are commercial campground cheaper and closer to downtown savannah.

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We camped here to visit the Tampa area and to look at RVs. Check in was good, but they gave me a bit of hard time about allowing Safelite to come to our site and fix a chip. Eventually, after asking a few higher ups, they said it was fine, but they also offered chip repair. I had their guy come do the repair and when I asked how much, he told me no cost. With that we extended our stay in the area. Sites can be un-level depending how which one. We camped with a 38' motorhome and it fit just fine. Had to use some blocks to raise the front wheels and get level. Water pressure was good, electric was good, not much shade. We had a fun stay and would stay here again. They also offer a MH driving class if you want. Included in your stay is vouchers for meals, surprisingly the food was good in their cafeteria.

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Nice friendly staff. Roads are a little dusty. Very quiet. Staff told us they had a nice duck pond. To our surprise it was much, much more then a duck pond. Lemurs and squirrel monkey's? REALLY, just great. Clean and quiet. Short bike ride to beach. Would camp here again.

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Rate reflects weekly rate off season rate. This is an expensive campground and what rubbed me wrong is there was a $6 a day charge for tow dolly. For the amount you're paying they should store the dolly for free, which is common at all other places that make you store you dolly. Actually this is the only place we have ever been charge for the dolly. The staff is very nice and helpful. The sites are very nice. Spring for the water front if you really want to enjoy this place and have nice off shore breezes. If you want it calmer then take a canal side, not very windy at all.

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This is overpriced for a county park or any other campground for what they do and do not provide. There is no WiFi, no cable, antenna will only get you Spanish channels, the sewer system needs work as it drains very slow, and our site was not very level. Being close to the highway, it was quiet and the connected park is very pretty. There is no RV class A or 5th wheel friendly fuel nearby and getting out of the park can be hard due to heavy traffic.

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This place claims to be a Premier RV resort, but it falls short. This is all owner owned lots and they rent the spaces out when the owners are not there. There is no WiFi and the cable channel selection is horrible. About 1/2 are Spanish channels. Minus a star for no WiFi, minus a star for poor cable. We had a bag of dog poop that was hung on the campsite pole when we arrived and the maintenance guys would take the garbage, but not the bagged dog poop for our entire 4 day stay. Also be aware many of the amenities and activities are seasonal, so you won't be able to take advantage of many of them if you are there in the summer.

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This place is horrible, noisy, dusty and not safe. This is a big dirt lot with not many trees for shade or protection from the wind. It's located next to an airport and next to train rails. Between the trains and planes good luck getting some rest. The wind is not blocked by anything and was pushing in one of our slides. So your camper is constantly sandblasted by the wind and sand. To add insult to injury our tow vehicle was robbed while parked at the campground, and we were inside napping. They popped the lock and stole approximately $2k in camera gear. You couldn't pay us to stay here ever again.

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We did not stay here by choice. We broke down and were forced to stay here for 5 days at $40 a night which was about $15 too much. The manager was very helpful with our situation and allowed us to do repairs after UPS brought parts to us. The good: water pressure good, electric good, nice and friendly staff. The Bad: horribly expensive for what you get. Wifi is available on the deck only, park is mostly permanent residents, no sewers and really NOTHING to do in Gypsum.

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Our rate reflects Good Sam discount. This campground can be a little tricky if you listen to the people at the gas station. Nice people but dumb as dirt. The campground host got pretty ticked when the check-in folks sent me the wrong way and got us tangled up in a no-way turn. The water was good, electric was good, nice and quiet at night. Sites were not very level. You MUST go down the road to their restaurant and have some of their famous pie. AWESOME. Would stay again. We enjoyed it , even with the dust.

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Pretty typical COE campground, except that it has pretty low power. First time we've come across this in a COE campground. Sites are large, but not very level. For $9 with an access pass you can't beat it. Nice and quiet and a short 7 mile drive off the interstate.

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Rate reflects Passport America. Owner was super nice, friendly and helpful. The campground is pretty dated and mostly just a dirt lot. There is some road noise, but not bad. Wi-Fi is free and worked well. You can to piggy back off owners antenna and get about 20 local stations. Good for an over nighter.

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Pros for this park was that the site was level and easy on and off the interstate and the water pressure was good. The cons are many. I don't know why reviewers say this campground is quiet , it is anything but. There is significant highway noise coming from the highway. The power pedestal couldn't handle our A/C unit and hot water heater. Kept tripping the breaker, which we never had happen before or after. This is a pet friendly campground and we were there with only a few other campers, but the owners' 5 dogs barked for HOURS. SInce their home is above the campground you have unobstructed barking for HOURS. Bad electric, no amenities and non-stop barking dogs is not worth the $35 we paid.

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Pretty park on the Mississippi River. Be warned that there are a lot of bugs and a lot of very sticky Mississippi mud that will stick to everything. Water was good, electric good, Wi-Fi good. Would stay again - even with the mud.

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Convenient campground to visit Augusta. This park is all sandy roads and gravel parking pads. The water pressure, electric, and Wi-Fi is all good. The staff is friendly and helpful. There is a mix of campers and mobile homes. Quiet campground. Would stay again.

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DANGER, DANGER, DANGER: This campground nearly set our camper on fire. The electric system is flat out dangerous. The power pedestals breakers are all bypassed in the campground and the real breakers are in a locked breaker box. You will be plugging into a hot pedestal at all times and if you need to trip the breaker in an emergency, you CAN'T. We suffered a power surge that pegged my volt meter in the camper and fried some electronics. It would have done more damage, but I flew out of the camper and ripped the plug out of camper (because I had no breakers to trip). We moved from a 50amp outlet to a 30amp and that keep tripping with only an A/C unit, fan and TV on. We had to wait for someone to come unlock the breakers and reset it. The camper next to me was having electric problems also as they came over to see if we were having problems or it was just them. The sites are horribly unlevel and we needed to use the full length of our legs to get unhooked. The laundry room is infested with wasps and I was swatting them away from my wife as she did the laundry. If for some reason you chose to stay, be cautious of low hanging limbs. The sites: you will be very close and back to back with the camper behind you. The roads are often blocked as there is no parking and people block the roads with their tow vehicles. We should have avoided this place when booking, as the person on the phone was dumb as dirt. She ended up giving us a 30ft site for our 38ft camper. Worst campground we've stayed at in over 40 states we've visited. You couldn't pay me to camp here ever again. Avoid this place at all costs.