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The casino/Rv park is just off route 190 and about 20 miles from I-10. The RV Park has all paved roads and fairly level very long pull thru sites. The check in area is very big (the biggest we have ever seen). All big rig friendly. There is a gas station as you enter. The sites are full hookups with 50 amp electric, cable TV. Wifi, but don't know how good it worked. Very little shade. No privacy between sites. About 100 sites. There are about 50 chalet style cabins. Just think the more cabins the less RV sites, so I don't look at them as an asset. Great lighting at night. Pick up at your site to take you to the casino, just give them a call. There is a big pool and a big rec room. Enclosed trash container every couple of sites. Security patrols the park. Pet friendly. Small lake. Saw some people fishing. There is also a small water park at the hotel you can use. Nice buffet and restaurant in casino. Great friendly service from the check in to the shuttle drivers to the casino. It was a pleasure to stay here.

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We really enjoy this park. Fishing at the back of your site. Passport America Sunday to Thursday, then Good Sam the rest of the week. There are about 5 or 6 large stocked ponds with great fishing. The roads have been paved since we were here last. Sites are full hook up with 30/50 amp electric. Back in cement pad. 2 or 3 pull thrus sites. There is a small pool. There is a small clean laundry. Clean restrooms and showers. Few OTA TV channels. Great people work at the check in. Over all the park is very clean and well kept. The only thing missing is cable TV. The park is nice and quiet. There is shopping near by. The roads getting to the park were really bad coming from I-10. I mean very, very bad. This should not detract from the park rating. The lady in the office told us about an easy way to get to I-49 and the roads were much much better. I would rate this park a 10 if it had cable TV and privacy between sites. Rate is for Passport America, for 4 days then Good Sam for 3 days.

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We found this small very nice park on our detoured route home to PA. Detoured because of flooding on I95. The park no longer accepts Passport America. However they did give use a 30 amp site with water for only $20.00 Sites with full hook up and cable are about $35.00. They are a Good Sam psrk. There is no over the air TV. The park is build into a hillside with a deep drop and steep hillside entrance. Very doable. We had one of the few pull-thrus. There are 70 sites, I believe a few more being added. The site was level gravel.Very friendly staff. Roads are wide and paved. We were in a rush to get back to PA and didn't have time to explore the park. It is very nice. There is a laundry and bathhouse. There is also a heated pool. Several small fishing ponds. Lots of room to walk a dog. It is a very nice park and we would stay here again.

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A clean park about a half mile off I 95. We used our Coast To Coast membership at this park. The cost was $10.00 per night. They also take Passport America, and that rate is about $16. per night. The sites are narrow on grass and gravel. No privacy between sites. We used the park as a central location to tour several things in a 30 miles radius. It worked out well. The owner is very friendly. We would stay here again.

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This is a great find about 5 miles off I 95. Very quite. We had a long pull thru site with W/E, so we didn't have to unhook. There is a dump. The shower/restrooms are very clean. The laundry is very nice. There are many very well kept permanent sites. Overall the park is very clean and well kept. Call ahead for a reservation, as the transient sites fill up when we were there. Very friendly owners. This park is worth the extra 5 miles off I 95. We will stop here again. The rate is Passport America.

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This is a great location about ¼ mile off I 95. It is about 7 miles from historic downtown ST. Augustine. The park is divided into two sections, one for transient Rver's, and the other for more permanent Rver's. Some of the permanent section is a little unsightly and detracts from the rest of the park. The transient section is very close sites on grass, gravel or broken cement. When we put out our awning it was about 3 feet from our neighbors RV. There is no privacy between sites other then the utility post. The park is attached to a flea market. After the flea market closes and the gate to the public is closed and many of the vendors leave thru the RV Park. All this being said it is a great value for location with a full hookup site plus cable TV. We would stay here again. The price reflects the Passport America rate.

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This is a very nice park just off the interstate. Nicely place hookups. We have a paved site fairly level. There are some gravel site. The pool area is very nice. Site long enough so we didn't have to unhook. No privacy between sites, sites fairly close. That being said it was great for us for a overnight while traveling I 95 The rate reflects Passport America.

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The Oaks is a park in need of a lot of work. Some of the worst potholes we ever encountered going into and in the park itself. Pots holes full of water and very muddy throughout. The site we were on we needed about a 30 foot sewer hose. So be prepared. The pool was green. We had a problem with the cable. The reason we stay in this park is that it is right off I-95, and we pass through here at least twice a year, and with our Thousand Trails membership it is free for us. Most of the sites are long enough that you don't need to unhook, also making it convenient. I just hope some upgrades can be made very soon.

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This is a park divided into two sections, the upper and lower areas. The lower sections is a old park setting with rigs pulled in side by side. The upper section appears to be newer. We stayed in the up the hill as they called it. It was a steep hill but wide and paved. The sites were bigger than average in many commercial parks. Hookups were nicely placed. The site was gravel, fairly level. There are trees and bushes between many of the sites. There are also a lot of seasonal sites. I was told the sites up on the hill cost between $68 and $72. We paid $35 with our Thousand Trails membership that allows us a 50% discount at Encore parks for a limited number of days The lower section cost a little less, not sure of the price. This is a very nice park if you are up on the hill. Not sure I would stay here without a discount.

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Friendly staff, picture checking into a large hotel. Rally fee rate $50 per night. Regular rates about $30 to 70, varies from season to locations. We had a pull-through site with 50 amp full hookup. We were in "oceanfront". We were maybe 50 yards to the edge of the beach. The roads were very narrow and some members had a problem pulling into or out of sites, because of the narrow roads and other RVs in front or back of them. Lucky for us we could get out and in OK. There is NO privacy between sites. The sites were level and paved. Not all sites in the park are paved. Trash pickup at site. Picnic table, no fire rings.There are about 900 RV sites and over 2000 permanent sites, many with homes on stilts. This is a very very big resort. Big rig friendly; yes with caution, narrow roads. Laundry; about 100 washers and dryers. Very clean with a laundry service and dry cleaning. Phone/Wi-Fi/TV; Verizon cell and data very good. Wi-Fi in Park good, 70 channel cable TV. Dog friendly, but not easy to find a spot to walk you dog in most areas. Good night lighting. No noise other then the ocean. Book exchange; not sure but I would guess there is one somewhere. A short walk to the beach. This resort has 310 acres, ocean front; super if you want the beach. I would not want to be here in season. It must be like a small city in season. They have every thing you could want to do while here. For us its too crowded and not our type resort. We would probably not stay here again unless with a rally or other special event.

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Staff; friendly, but not outgoing, just doing her job. Rate is with Passport America 50% off discount. Site description; fairly level grass. Roads gravel and a very rough road going into park. The road is almost a turnoff, but we had friends that recommended this park. If it wouldn't have been for their recommendation this could have been a turn around. Site are standard spacing with no privacy between them. We had full hookup with 50 amp electric. We had a picnic table. A few small ponds for fishing. About 70 sites. We were on site K7. Big rig friendly; yes, but just go slow. Amenities; ponds, pool, quiet spot, laundry. Laundry; yes, but we didn't check it out. Phone/Wi-Fi/TV, our Verizon worked well; Wi-Fi in park was very good at our site. TV, we used our satellite, good shot of southern sky. Dog friendly; yes, very. Lots of room to walk a dog. Night; very very few lights in park. Quiet, with an occasion train. Book exchange; NO comments; A very good locations and rate for visiting Charleston. Downtown Historic Charleston about 10 miles. It is just a bare bones campground. It was fine for us, clean, quiet, and served our purpose very well to visit the Charleston area. We would stay here again.

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Staff; Very friendly and helpful. Price is Coast to Coast rate. Regular rate $30-$58. We had a pull through with full hook ups 50 amp electric. Long cement pad with gravel roads. Average spacing with no privacy between sites. Amenities included a pool that has a super walk in ramp on one side, 1200 foot frontage on the intercostal waterway, boat ramp, conference center, and small pond for fishing. There are individual shower rooms and the Verizon phone 4 bars 3G, Wi-Fi was fair to very good. Sat TV most sites with open sky view for satellite TV. Over the air TV, many stations. Dog friendl with lots of room to walk a dog. Very big rig friendly. Wide roads, all pull thru sites. There is very low light at night and it's quiet. Super park, with great views along the intercoastal waterway and a super value with Coast to Coast. We would rate this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi was better and they paved the roads. We would stay here again. The park just opened in June of 2012.

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Staff were very friendly and helpful staff. We had a back-in site on gravel/grass. We backed up to a thick tree line on the upper section of the park. We had full hook up with 50 amp electric. The site was fairly level. Hook ups were good. There is a picnic table and fire ring. Not much privacy between sites in this section. We choose this section for satellite reception. Other sections have trees and scrubs between sites. A total of 297 sites. Very big friendly. The road off route 209 to the park, about 4 miles, is a little narrow, but no problem if you take your time. Many amenities as usual at Thousand Trails parks: pool, clubhouse, planned activities, etc. There was a covered dish pig roast over Labor Day, free for all guests. Timothy Lake North has an indoor water park and outdoor pool. “North” is for small RVs only. There are about 125 cabins for rent in the north section. North is where the lake is located. Staying at the South park, and you can use the North park. There is a very clean laundry in the club house, with 3 washers and dryers. Our Verizon phone worked well with 3G, 3-4 bars most times. We did have a few days were we had trouble connecting to the Internet. One of our neighbors had the same problem. I thought it was our computer, but it was the phone. TV over the air was good, received all major networks. The park was installing a new Wi-Fi system. Not sure, though, if there is a charge, or if it is up and running. They were installing some new antennas by the club house. Acres and acres to walk your dogs. Very dark, little to no light at all at night. Very quiet even over Labor Day when the park was full. Very tiny book exchange in the clubhouse. This is a great park. Very clean and being well maintained. Sure it can have some upgrades, but almost all parks can use a little upgrading. The only problem we encountered was our surge guard shut down twice during peak hours when the park was full. But it came back on in minutes. The small lake is supposed to have some good fishing, but we didn’t give it a try. The water park is a big bonus, with an indoor lazy river. The north campground is about a mile from the south section. Every day we had deer and a few geese walking through the park. In the lower section of the park about 30 sites are being used for storage. There are a few of these sites with 2 to up to 4 RVs on some of them. Some look like they have been there for a very long time. There are few restaurants and pizza shops starting about two miles from the resort. Five miles from the park there are many more restaurants. Major grocery shopping is about five miles to a “Super Foodtown” .Large flea market across from food store. The park has several miles of paved roads for walking or biking. Bonus; you are in the beautiful Pocono Mountains. Just on the border of Delaware Water Gap National Park. Can't understand the last couple of negative reviews. Just because its not where you want it to be is no reason to give it a negative review. Road construction is not the fault of the RV Park.We will be back.

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Staff were very friendly and helpful. We had a back-in on grass/gravel, more grass then gravel. We had a full hook up with 50 amp electric. The site was fairly level. We had a picnic table and fire ring. We needed 30 foot of sewer hose to connect to the sewer hookup, and this is common in many of the sites. So bring enough sewer hose. There were a few large trees at our site. Very active schedule, like most Thousand Trails parks. There is a large pool, clubhouse, mini golf, etc, etc. This is a country atmosphere resort with many farm animals. There are goats, horses, cows, chickens, ducks, pigs, etc. 4 o'clock is feeding time, and the kids can help feed. The club house is very country with a large stone fireplace. About 250 sites with 20 rental cabins. There is a very clean laundry in the clubhouse. Our Verizon phone worked very well. Not sure about Wi-Fi. Over the air TV we receive all major networks. Dog Friendly. Very large park with many areas to walk a dog. Very low light at night. Very quiet even though the park was full while we were there. Small book exchange in the clubhouse. It is out in the country and about 8-10 miles from grocery shopping and many Restaurants. A few small restaurants about six miles. About 15 miles from downtown York with many factory tours in the area. 18 miles from Gettysburg National Park. The park is a great location for touring the area. We will try to get back to do some of the factory tours. The park sits along the Conestoga Creek. We did have some very heavy rains while there. The ground was already saturated and some of the sites down toward the creek had 2-3 inches of water laying around them for a day or two. There are a limited number of 50 amp sites. They let you choose your own site, like most Thousand Trails Parks, but it burns my butt when I see a pop up with a 20 amp cord on a 50 amp site and a large 5th wheel or motor home have to take a 30 amp site. There are many seasonal/annual sites on the limited 50 amp sites. The park was nearly full for the 12 days we were here. We would definitely stay here again.

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Shenandoah Crossing, a Bluegreen Vacation Club (a time share). I believe this is their only RV Resort, they do have many time share resorts. Address is: 174 Horseshoe Circle, Gordensville, VA 22942. All staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful. This is a Coast to Coast member resort. For members, the cost is $10 to $50. $10 in a regular RV site, without all the extra's listed below. $15 a back in elite site, $20 a pull-through elite site and $50 presidential site with a hot tub. I was told that for non-members of CTC it was from $89. on up, but didn't confirm this. All sites have stainless steel grill and had all the utensils for grilling. There is a picnic table and many chairs at each site. The umbrella was replaced while we were here, and they are assembling new tables and chairs. We had a pull-through site with 50 amp electric. Amenities: 1000 acres, 4 + pools, a very busy and a full activities schedule, horse back riding, a 60 acre lake with boat rentals, a 3 or 4 star restaurant, snack bar, store, fitness center, movie rentals, golf coarse. This is just some of the amenities here. Very clean, private rest rooms and showers. There are lockers at the pool area, and they provide towels for your use at the pools. There are several very clean, free laundries. Verizon phone was 2 to 3 bars, and we did experience several dropped calls. Wi-Fi was poor in our site, but super in other sites. Cable TV was about 40 channels: our reception was fair to good. Dog friendly with acres to walk a dog. Night was very quiet and there was excellent low lighting by each site. Did not find a book exchange. This is one of the best RV resorts we ever stayed at in over 40+ years of RV'ing. This is a super RESORT. There is so much to do here, we hope to get back soon. Coast To Coast members with big rigs avoid the $10 a night RV sites, and go for the $15-$20 sites. The nearest big grocery store is about 9-10 miles. The resort is about 15 miles off I-64, and about 7 miles off US RT 15. There is a great barbecue restaurant about 7 miles from the resort called "The Barbecue Exchange," unfortunately we found it on our last day, and only enjoyed it once. This is the type RV Resort we will drive a little out of our way to stay at. We would rate this park a 10 if the Wi-Fi and TV were better. Also the laundry had 3 washers out of 4, that were out of order in our loop. Another laundry had all working. Again, they were free.