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Rating is based on comparisons to other state parks, not "RV Resorts". For what it is, terrific! Small, intimate state park - which in SC means large sites, clean facilities, and friendly people. Was in site 1 - large enough for any sized rig. Several sites were. Only 16 sites, all basically level. Several too small for large rigs. Gravel/dirt sites, most with abundant shade. Approx. half were lake front, several where you could put your canoe/kayak/small boat in water at your site. No gas powered motors allowed on lake. Abundant fishing. Clean, clean, clean. Friendly hosts too. CG office is on other side of lake, accessible by different road. Ranger was available but not pushy. No playground. Swimming not allowed at CG, but good lake swimming on other side near office. Bathhouse is typical - two shower areas and several stalls. Heated in winter, no AC in summer. Some sites had great views of the lake. Sat TV workable in several sites (1, 3, 10, for sure). Verizon phone reception no problem. The town of Cheraw is charming! Very, very friendly people. Have stayed here several times and will go back again.

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Very long, all pull thru sites, big enough for any sized rig, even with toad attached. Some were at odd angles. Grass and dirt sites, all mostly level. Only some sites have patios - all seem to have picnic tables. Didn't see any fire rings. Good spacing between sites. Heavily wooded so sat tv would be problem in many sites. Not all have cable, which was good with almost 70 channels. EZ on and off from I 95, but signage to campground office should be improved. Make last left into CG before final right turn of the road. Pleasant staff. Did not see pool or laundry. Great overnight stop - seems to be numerous long-term rigs but all are tidy.

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Mostly full timers living here, but pull thru sites available for transients. Almost all level sites, grass/dirt with concrete patios. Most hook-ups well placed. Good Verizon reception, poor in park wifi (like most campgrounds!) Very clean bathhouse - older but definitely adequate. Did not use other amenities. Paved interior roads. Escorted to site and assisted with getting into site. A good place for short or long term stay.

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Great staff! I made my reservations on line, thinking they were for March. My mistake, they were for May! Got there, nothing available - yet they found us a site after some serious effort! Office staff is excellent! Took care of those in the store BEFORE answering the phone!!! Typical KOA in terms of tightness of sites. Some very close, ours (in older section with no cable tv) was larger. Interior roads are paved, sited are dirt with concrete patio. It's an old campground dealing with much larger rigs than what it was built for! Some shaded, many sites with no or little shade. Only part of the CG has cable tv. We were told OTA tv reception was good. Were able to use Sat TV at our site. Nice pool, 2 hot tubs (one is adults only!). Large clubhouse with play room. Very well stocked camp store. Quiet for its size! Very clean, with staff everywhere eager to please. Many snowbirds and permanent sites but everyone is friendly. Entertainment every weekend evening. Excellent location, very close to Madiera Beach. We will be back!

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More a permanent park for snow birds than a campground. Almost all permanent sites. Ride through mobile home park to get to RV section. Office is in one of the mobile homes on the entry road. Very friendly owners and workers. Excort to site helped get into site. Sites were tight but big enough for large rig. RV site was mostly level, grass with small patio and picnic table. Hookups were well placed except sewer hookup that was in rear of site. Bath house was very clean - good shower. Laundry was fairly priced with really hot dryers! Food stores less than 1 mile away. Price was highly competitive with the area.

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Location, Location, Location! Right over the bridge to Key West! Bus service less than 2 blocks away. Cab located right next door. Site 25 - All sites are very tight - totally like the tourist area it is. Site was level, unpaved but with patio and picnic table. Campfires allowed, but sites were so close we wouldn't do it. Bring your own fire ring. It's expensive, but everything about Key West is costly. CG itself has everything you could need, except a bar! Pool is great. boat ramp, fish cleaning station, bikes for rent, excellent laundromat, even an ATM machine! Roads and sites are tight, but accessible for every sized rig. Always full, so make reservations early! Will stay there on next trip to Key West.

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Best state park, and one of the best campgrounds, we have ever visited! The rating is in comparison to other state parks we have stayed in. It would compare to the best private CG's anywhere if there was a pool and cable tv! Sat TV worked great! Site was very large with hookups placed so rig could be placed in a corner, leaving so much more space available. Sewer at rear of site with W/E close to rig. Site was pea gravel and interior roads were asphalt. Each site even had a place to put up a clothesline! Bathhouses were located throughout the park - showers were spacious and private with plenty of hot water. 2 campgrounds here - one was waterfront, ours was not. Close to city of Jupiter with everything and anything you could want. The CG staff was outstanding too! We will plan this as a destination on our next Florida journey!

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Excellent stop over spot. Easy access, good, paved interior roads and sites with patios. Park is part of 'vacation village' but totally separate from it. Long pull thru sites, very level sites, with hookups in the right places. Satellite TV worked great. Cable TV, but lower channels were 'snowy' (happens way too often at campgrounds). WiFi in camp worked decently. Right next to large flea market open on weekends. Campground office only - no camp store. Close to commercial area. Only negative - campground is directly on flight path of airport. Noise from takeoff/landings very, very loud. Did not, however, notice any at night and I am very light sleeper. Will stay again.

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Very difficult park to rate. The owners we met were wonderful, and could not have been more helpful or pleasant. The campground was in no way a resort. Out of the way? Absolutely. The sites were not state-park spacious, but big enough for awnings and slides. We came right after major rainfall and went into a second site after the first was too muddy for our 'big foot' to work, even after placing wood beneath the extensions. Why we weren't given the second site in the beginning is still a mystery to me. The place was not crowded. Locals seemed to gather at the park after dark, friends of the owners, and we all shared a large campfire. Enjoyable. It's a simple place, nothing fancy (the bath house is a travel trailer at the end of the CG) and good for an overnight stop. Very laid back and comfortable because of the people, but should never be confused with a camping resort. Sites were dirt (mud due to rain) with all hook ups reasonably placed. Some sites were more level than others, but none seemed to present a problem. No patios, and our site didn't have a picnic table. We used our satellite TV with no problem. There is a restaurant owned by the CG owners on site, but it wasn't open. If we were hungry, however, he told us he would open it up! This place is, honestly, near very little of interest - Colquitt could be 'toured' in an hour, and that's about it. Would we stay here again? Maybe if we were in the area, but would not go out of our way. Very nice people, but we have been in many CGs with nicer facilities. The Passport America price, however, made it's cost very legit. Not really worth what the normal price would be. Have no idea at all why some of the ratings are so high - unless those posting have had very limited camping experiences at other CGs! Again, cannot say enough about the owners, but that alone does not rate above average for us.

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Have posted before, but want to update again. Cannot say enough good things about the hands-on ownership. They really care. Yes, the office is closed on Sunday (due to their faith) but has never been a problem. They are involved with the campers, but never intrusive. The CG itself - clean, very well maintained, and it shows. Nice new camp store well stocked with necessities. Bath house is wonderful - very private facilities and always very clean. Sites are NOT tight and are, finally, mostly leveled out with a good stone base. Each has fire ring, picnic table, and most still have charcoal grills. Yes, it is 'out there', but the office will share a good map to lead to Tabor City and all you need (no more than about 15 minutes away). It's location affords a peace and quiet not found in most of the MB area CGs. We are able to use our Sat TV (we ask for a site that gives access) and have never had a problem with our Verizon phone reception. WiFi has improved - still not real fast, but good enough for our purposes. The pool is wonderful, and there is a playground for the kids. What makes this CG among our favorites is the friendly nature of the owners that flows over to those who stay here. Never an issue with loud neighbors all hours of the night. Price shows PA discount. If you're looking for a 'get away' with few hassles and privacy - this CG is for you!

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Have stayed here several times and have very few negatives. Closest decent CG to Savannah's historic areas and very convenient drive to and from CG. Close to every type of store needed. CG roads are crushed gravel and have been smoothed out so pot holes no longer an issue. CG office has been relocated closer to campsites, a plus. Sites themselves are mostly level and large enough for every sized rig. Most can be driven into although referred to as "back in". Distance between sites was comfortable for us, not 'state park' space but definitely better than many CG's we have been to in high tourist areas. Hookups were adequate and well located. Open field so satellite access shouldn't be a problem. Minimal road noise at some sites closest to it, and yes, there are trains that go by, but not a problem or distraction for us. Staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Agree with most who say WiFi should be improved, but that's really the only negative issue we have found. Noticed a concern about the surrounding neighborhood - don't know why. It seems absolutely safe to us - and we've been 'out and about' in Savannah well after dark, returning to the CG very late on several occasions. Tour trolley will do pick up right at CG and return you back by dinner time! Amenities were fine (liked the pool!) but would suggest they increase number of washers/dryers to fit size of CG! Overall, this is our "go to" CG whenever we go to Savannah!

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Overnight on our way home. Easy on-off of I 95. Very friendly and helpful employees. Escorted to our wide and long pull-thru site (toad stayed attached!). Level site with paved interior roads and packed gravel site. Bathhouse was spotless. No cable TV, good antenna reception, also great for Sat TV (probably true for all sites). Did not notice highway road noise, but train does pass nearby evenings and night time hours. Might bother very light sleepers. Very, very limited goods in "store". Local take out Pizza place had great meatball subs!! Will stay again when traveling to son's new home in VA.

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Price is good for the area. Greatly enjoyed our 6 night stay. Sites: Yes, sites are tight, and really long RV's may find some sites too short (our 32' MH (2 slides)was fine, but toad had to be separated.) All sites seemed level. Table, wrapped water (for winter use) and 50 amp electric + sewer fine. Paved interior roads, hard gravel sites. Employees are very friendly and helpful. Pool was exceptionally clean and large enough for all. WiFi was weak (as usual for campgrounds). Our Site (D7) good for Sat TV, but many others iffy. Bathhouses immaculate and shower stalls large! Campfires only allowed in raised fire rings. They had them for rent $6/night. Could only us their firewood (local and state regulations). Good Sam park.

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Rarely rate an RV park this high, but this place deserved it. No, not all the "bells and whistles" of some huge RV vacation resorts, but there were 2 pools, pickleball court, 2 fenced in dog runs, incredibly clean and huge individual bathrooms (two different locations) and the best staff we have encountered in many years. Two laundry rooms, and group meeting room also. Sites and interior roads were well packed gravel and each site was long enough for the biggest rig with toad. Easily accessible hookups at every site. Plenty of room between each too. 33 channel cable TV included in site price and free, quick Wi-Fi from every site. Excellent night time lighting for waking in CG that did not intrude into the RV in any way. Very easy access off I-95 but no road noise at all. Had problems with our RV - on site RV repair available! Again, the most pleasant and helpful staff we have met in a very, very long time. One time KOA with new owner who has really refurbished this place! We'll definitely visit again! We were there for a Civil War battlefield reenactment. Thanks to all of them for adding to our great weekend!

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First saw this park while staying elsewhere the year before and was impressed so much we made reservations on the spot for the next year. Hard to put my finger on it, but my expectations were not met. Sites were close - some of them too close (and we're originally from the Northeast where all parks are tight!) Paid for a premium site (paved with concrete patio) and guaranteed a site within that section. Also told that priority went to monthly/seasonal campers. No problem - understand the policy. We arrived and were told park was totally full but a site was saved for us. Escorted to the site and it was occupied! Only other site available with W/E/S/Cable was much shorter than others - but managed to just fit (Toad had to be parked away from the site). We were on a busy corner and the site really shouldn't have been there for anyone! The management never explained why the original site was occupied, but the RV there stayed the whole week we were there. There were several others in the office when we were there to deal with the mistake and they also had been given sites that were occupied! Not a good start. Park is large and the streets were very confusing. Arrows painted on the narrow streets all seemed to go the same way!!! WE had to go against the arrows to leave the park. The laundry area closest to us was far too small for the number of sites it was supposed to support (3 washers and 3 dryers - $4 to wash and dry). The food at the pool area café was barely adequate (although not expensive). There seemed to be numerous activities available and the pool area/recreation seemed to be family friendly. This park has so much potential to be awesome, but somehow it just seemed ordinary - and not very organized in the office for sure! They seemed surprised but not at all really concerned when the site "saved" for us had another RV on it!!!