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My site was very narrow. Its good the site next to me was empty. To get out from under my awning I would have been walking on their water hoses and sewer lines. Other sites in the park were much wider, but they were not offered to me. Its the summer in Florida and $40 should buy me a very very nice site. Road noise is a problem when out walking, but OK inside with a/c running. I did not use cable, but got 61 stations on the antenna. The WiFi was the fastest I have ever encountered in any other campground - 10 Mbps. Another first was the special water stands, with very long hoses attached, for washing out your holding tanks- great idea.

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We had a very nice stay at Silver Palms We had an improved site with lots of pavers and a Tiki covered patio. The roads are all well built and wide. The pool is huge and has a patio that is covered and uncovered - take your pick. Right in town so all the restaurants are close. Very nice library and was able to swap some books. The only downside was no cable tv. But I got the satellite with no trouble.

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Very nice and helpful staff. Some what narrow site but not too many campers here, so it wasn't a problem. No cable but antenna picked up a lot. Set up portable dish easily. Small library and swapped some books. Some permanents that appear to work locally. Well kept.

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If coming from the north be very aware of their sign. I missed it and drove 5 miles before a turn around. Very well kept location. Office staff very nice and helpful. Passport only accepted for 3 days or would have stayed longer. $66.00 a night in Okeechobee in the summer is really over the top. Large site with pavers and fishing in the rim ditch. WPB on the antenna and clear for a satellite. Large open area for the dog. Mostly quite even with the highway so close. An enjoyable location.

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Very nice. Very similar to a COE park in its layout. We stayed in the canal section and near the bath house. Fishing at the dam or down by the boat launch. Also in the canal just down the road. Got lots of tv on wingman antenna using 340 deg. magnetic, at my site. Palatka a 22 mile round trip to the Walmart. Better bring it with you if you need it. ATT phone only worked near the boat launch area [1 bar]. Paved roads, dump station and good water pressure. The ranger was very helpful with local info. We enjoyed it.

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Found this camp ground to be passable for an overnight. Use a site up front as it looks like drainage could be a problem in the back. But you still must circle all the way around the back to leave. The $45. price reflects being very close to St. Augustine, not any extra's. Did have a table and ok cable. But also had no pool, tall grass and pretty rough roads.

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Summertime and got back to back site to use as pull thru. Pretty much had the pool to ourselves [appears recently remodeled]. Passport prices. Large library for many trades. Wifi very strong at site--Yay. The man in the office could not have been more accommodating. Large cable lineup.

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Very nice location and we stay whenever close by. A little pricy for summer rates. We noticed the smell that's been mentioned before, but it went away pretty quick. You need their box to get cable but the antenna worked well enough. Lovely pool right on the river.

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Quiet in the summer months. Huge cable lineup and Wi-Fi at the clubhouse. Pool area very nice and very warm. Laundry on site is very handy. Titusville is a short drive. But close enough for all supermarkets and restaurants. We like our summer stops here.

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Large paved transient site with no shade. Mostly all park models. Pool very nice. Drove down to lake and looked like good fishing. All staff very friendly and helpful. No table. Passport accepted. Will stay again.

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10 miles in off Rt 60 on a paved road. Very nice office staff. Got a paver site with lots of shade. Cable is $5 extra so I used the sat. The pool is there as advertised and not impressive [not a bit of shade]. The grounds are huge and well taken care of. The lounge was fun. State park entrance close by. Pricy for summer rates. May stop again.

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Stayed before and enjoy this location. But at the retail resort price it should have cable TV and WiFi. It was the rainy season so my grass site was mushy and I left deep ruts. The patio was paved, so we did not track it into the camper. The lake has a lot of shoreline water grass, so fishing with lures was a problem. Large laundry and library. Nice location.

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They have a huge piece of property and are still filling it up. It must have been a mile in, just on the access road. It was not geared for transient campers, as it required a long drive to get anywhere. Then when you get somewhere there was little parking for autos. Poor channel selection on the cable and no Wi-Fi that I could find. It's a very nice place but not set up for short-term campers.

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Owners very hospitable. Got a pull-through up front and it was barely long enough to fit our rig. It was OK as I did not need to unhook. The laundry was very nice and inexpensive. They even had an outside clothes line for drying. The indoor pool was dark and damp. Not what I expect in sunny Florida, so we did not use it. I never did see anyone use it. Nice library.

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This is not a park that is set up for transient campers. The roads are narrow and sites very small. it must be a problem backing into a site in season. Half the park - are very nice permanents. The pool was great this time of year. Large library. Very large laundry and reasonable. No cable or wifi that I could pick up. Garbage p/u twice a week and no dumpsters. No shade.