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This resort was recommended to us by managers at a park in Georgia. We have RVed for 16 years and Willow Tree is probably the nicest resort we have found. Sites were long, shaded, spacious, and landscaped. Pool, lake, and other recreation facilities were first-rate. Entry to the park makes it feel truly private.

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We stayed here for two nights. The park is handy off I-75 and spacious. It is on Civil War battleground property so roads are named for various Civil War leaders and they have extra information available. The hosts were very helpful with area info and also recommended a great RV resort that we used in South Carolina.

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We stayed here one night while visiting family. The campground adjoins Adventureland Amusement Park, a popular Des Moines area park. A trolley runs from the campground to the park. Facilities in the park (bathrooms, access roads) are due for updating but were satisfactory. Newer dog runs were close to our side of the campground and were very convenient.

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We stayed here 3 nights while visiting friends in the area. Riverview Park is on the NE side of Marshalltown. Tall trees and roomy park grounds are a plus as well as access to the local bike trail. We had a full hook-up but were glad to move to a gravel site as a grassy site can quickly get spongy with rain. The campground hosts were very helpful.

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We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting family members who live in West Des Moines. The campground was having a "Christmas in July" fest on that Saturday. Activities were of a good variety and appeared well-planned and attended. The park could use a little more handy pet walk space on the north side.

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We stayed here for 2 nights and found the park to be handy to the highways and downtown Mt. Pleasant. Also, a Hy-Vee grocery store is within decent walking distance. Sites are large and level. Bathroom and shower facilities are fully tiled. Staff was very helpful at check-in.

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We have stayed at Jamaica Beach RV for the past four years, each time for 2-3 nights while visiting friends in Galveston. Each year we have noticed improvements: office expansion, spa addition, more RV sites being added. The resort is family-run and friendly. There is a nice duck pond on the grounds, mini-golf, swimming pool (looks great but unheated). We had a site on the south end of the park which was nice but the back road entrance and corners make it tight to turn a big rig. We enjoy staying here and would return.

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We stayed one night on our way to Texas. This park is very handy off I-10 and there are a couple of restaurants nearby. Our pull-through site fit, but as with many older KOAs, roads are narrow and turns are tight with a big rig. There is a nice lake on one side of the campground. They have installed a new dog run to the west side of the campground.

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We stayed here 3 nights while visiting friends in The Villages. We stopped in early to make sure they had a site long enough for our 42-foot coach. The campground is handy off Highway 44 and I-75 but is certainly an older park in need of grooming and improvements. Our site was very close to the next one. Office staff was helpful. We might stay here again only if other area RV parks were not available.

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We stayed here a week while visiting friends who live in The Villages. The resort is part of a horse area and grounds, with 45 sites on one end. One MUST use the Griffin Ave. entrance to get big rigs to the RV area. Sites are paved and very spacious. Grounds are beautiful.The clubhouse (showers, laundry, TV) was nice. We would love to see cable TV added as channel choices were very limited in scope. The carriage museum on the grounds is very interesting! Very handy to The Villages main access roads. Sites are self check-in - find your site number and then info will be delivered to you.

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This park is new in the last 2 years. We made our week's reservation a year prior to get dates and site that we wanted. We enjoyed a gulf view. Facilities are new; bath areas tiled and first-rate. Clubhouse is very nice. Nice pool but unheated! Coastline is adding another 12-15 sites further back on their property. The resort maintains its own deck for guest fishing and enjoyment. No beach area here, but St. George Island is 10 miles away and is great for pet-friendly walks. Apalachicola is 10 miles away with great dining and fun shopping for a small historic oyster village.

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We stayed here for 2 weeks in January in one of the premium sites next to Santa Rosa Sound. The six sites at the back of the park each have a private patio. Hookups are modern; site was concrete and level. The park is not large but is well kept by friendly staff. WiFi, as with most parks, is intermittent. A schedule of social activities is maintained (bingo, ice cream, donuts, casino shuttle to Biloxi). The park is right off busy Highway 98 and is close to numerous restaurants and grocery stores.

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We stayed here 2 nights en route to a longer stay in Florida. The resort has a scenic setting as it backs up to the bay. Sites are lengthy and interior roads are wide. Sites and surrounding borders are nicely landscaped. Access to the park is off Hwy 98 which is a very busy road, so turning in from the west could take awhile depending on traffic. Guests can use the pool and other services at the Ramada Inn across the highway. There is a pool on site but it is smaller and unheated. We would stay here again and camped here in a 42' motorhome.

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We stayed here one night while traveling on I-10. The park is about 3 miles north of I-10 on Hwy 27. Watch the entrance and exit signs as they are small. Our site was not level without using blocks under the front tires. The tow car had to be unhooked to get it properly parked for the space allowed. Sites were close together. Office staff was friendly. The park feels haphazard in its organization and there are many permanent residents. There are few choices of RV parks around Tallahassee so we made it work for one night.

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This is a spacious park with tall trees. It is directly off Hwy 17, but this is a very busy road (leads to Charleston) so turning into the park from the west can be a challenge. There are two restroom buildings, a pool close to the road, and a very nice large dog run. Our site was large enough but not level. We camped in a 42-foot motorhome and it took several adjustments to get leveled. There are numerous speed bumps on the main road into the park. Plentiful trash cans are located at the end of each camping road. Office staff was polite and helpful. Distance to downtown Charleston is about 10-12 miles. We would stay here again.