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Very nice RV park with concrete pads, flat sites, and lots of sunshine. No shade. It was very clean. Pool and hot tub were very nice and very crowded over Labor Day weekend. It was a nice park just a few miles from the beach and we would stay here again as we have friends in the area.

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This was a pretty wooded park. We booked a site that was very difficult to get in to, although we put in the correct dimensions. The road around the campground was pretty narrow not leaving much room for turning. We noticed that although there were some big rigs (we had a 35 ft. fifth wheel), there weren't many spots that easily accommodated them. The views were great, especially if you could get a water site. We would probably not camp here again. Access to downtown Nashville or the Opry is great - 15 to 20 minutes.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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This campground is right off I70, so there is some traffic noise. Convenience does come at a price! Sites are all gravel/dirt but pretty level. Thank goodness it didn't rain. But that's the desert climate. Our fifth wheel & truck fit nicely into the pull through spot without unhooking for the night. The roads were easy to maneuver in. There was a tiny bit of grass and a good size tree on our site for some shade. Nice pool. Nice people. Very accommodating.

     

Salina KOA

Salina, Kansas

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One of the nicer KOA parks we've been to. It was easy access off I70. I was surprised that being so close to I70, there wasn't much traffic noise. Escorted to site, which was level. They have both gravel and paved level sites. Not much difference from what I could see; both were nice. Utilities were easily hooked up. They even had three sewer cleanouts per site. There was some shade. Aesthetically, it was very nice. Great camp hosts. We would definitely stop here again.

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Rate is for seniors. Beautiful woodsy campground with many sites on the water. Sites were level, gravel and well defined. Quiet at night but boat noise during the days on the weekend. Bath houses were clean but small and spread out for the number of sites. Be prepared for bugs.

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The best thing about this campground is the location. There are a few waterfront sites but mostly the sites are lined up inside like a storage lot. Only a few streets are paved. Most are crushed gravel, as are the sites. It rained very hard while we were staying here and there were many huge puddles of water standing in both the road and on some sites. There doesn't appear to be many rules. Some people have set up fences to make their site private; otherwise, there is no privacy. Nice marina. Helpful people. Lots of road noise. We would prefer to stay at the state parks for the ambiance.

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Rate is Florida senior special. This campground is beautifully laid out with large level sites. There is very little vegetation in the campground area making it feel like a big field. There is no privacy in the sites, but the newness & cleanliness of the campground make up for it. However, we like the fact that a state campground has sewer and will stay here again. The state should plant more trees/shrubs.

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What a nice park. Brevard County has done such a good job with this park that many 'snowbirds' return here year after year. Many of the sites are on the water, but those don't have sewer. And, don't count on a clear view of the water as many sites have bushes. However, all these sites have an access point into the water. This is a great place to bring your boat because you can beach it right at your campsite. The restrooms were old but clean. The laundry facility was acceptable though not real clean. The roads are paved and great for biking and walking. A huge grass area in the middle is where many park their boat trailers and cars that don't fit into their campsite. No Wi-Fi in camp but just up the road can get it at the marina on a daily basis. There are a handful of sewer spots not on the water.

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Nice campground on the ocean. About 1/2 of the sites are actually on the ocean. Park rangers patrol the park often. Sites are not private nor shaded because it is indeed on sand: just some scrub palms. It is often windy which means no awnings! Price reflects Florida senior rate. It would be really nice to have sewer and internet. TV received many stations.

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This is a federal park with the gulf on one side and the bay on the other. Both are within walking distance of the campground. The gulf beaches have the whitest sand I've seen in Florida! Price reflects a 50% discount for senior pass. The location is definitely a '10'. The campground is nice; our site was level and large; the pad is asphalt; some sites have trees to work around. It rained some during our stay and the site got a bit muddy. Be sure to take time to see the fort: it's fascinating. We also were here at a time when the Blue Angels from the naval base were practicing and had a great view from the park. The bathhouses need updating and cleaned more often. After the first day, we showered in our camper. We will definitely return.

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We had been hearing about Henderson Beach State Park for a long time and were delighted to finally arrive. The sites were private, surrounded by scrub. There were plenty of sites for big rigs, as well as a few pull throughs. I just wish they would put in sewer! The site itself was level with gravel and well manicured. If there was a complaint it is that the actual beach is quite a walk from the campground across the dunes on a boardwalk. The beach itself is beautiful with white sand and turquoise blue water. The location in Destin is terrific: across from a Wal-Mart, near Publix, and many other activities like miniature golf and go carts in the area. We are already booked for next year.

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We needed an overnight close to Interstate 10 and this was the perfect place. It was easy to find off the highway and easy to get in to. The staff was very friendly and ready for us when we arrived. Most sites are pretty close together but for an overnight, this did not cause a problem. After a long day of driving, we enjoyed the pool, which was clean and well kept. We would definitely stay here again should we be in the Tallahassee area.

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This is one of our favorite campgrounds, even if you don't get an oceanfront site. The greatest amenity is the view! It just doesn't get any better. There is always an ocean breeze which makes summer temps bearable. Campground hosts were great. Campers were friendly. The rate is Florida's senior rate (FL residents get 50% off the price if they're 65+.) Campground is clean. Sites are sandy. (It is beachfront!) We will camp here as often as possible.

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Price based on monthly rate. People are very nice and friendly. The campground has a mixture of big rigs here for the winter and permanent residents. The location in Kissimmee is very good with close proximity to shopping and attractions. Although the lots are rather small, our motorhome fit nicely. Nice pool. Mail boxes. Cable and phone contracted separately. We get excellent TV reception without cable. For internet, camp close to the office.

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The sites are very nice size, and many have large shade trees. We camped in a motorhome with tow and had tons of space, along with a concrete pad for picnic table. The lots were level and grassy. There is no internet at the sites, and it cost $$ to use the one at the office. Cable was good. Water & sewer good. We would stay here again. Ended up getting 3 nights for 2. There were many permanent residents on the other side of the river. We stayed where there were more RV's. Be sure to visit Bulow State Park down the road. $4 for a carload. Interesting history.