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This is a parking lot with hookups. Gravel level sites spaced very very closely. Hookups are all at rear of site so long hoses are needed. No amenities other than slow WIFI, just a clean place to safely park for the night.

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Rustic campground is the best way to describe this park. Sites are good sized with a semi-level paved pad to park on. Hookups are old but functional with 30 amp electric only. Tent sites are mixed in with the RV sites. Wi-Fi works OK but is slow.

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Typical KOA: small sites at premium prices. Good Wi-Fi, level site, well placed hookups. Campground is very clean and well maintained.

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Lot's of activities, clean well maintained facilities. OK but slow WIFI. Very tight site spacing. Level concrete pads, well placed utilities, good wide paved roads. No playground facilities for children, this is a over 55 park. Clean showers and large laundry facility. Warning, park also has SNAKES. Saw 5 in a 3 month stay. Top tier pricing for under size sites and average facilities.

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This park could be a 9 or 10, except for it's location and wifi. Very clean and well laid out park with wide concrete pads. All utilities are well placed and work as expected. Wifi was useless since it was sooooo sloooooow. Cable was analog with the usual grainy picture. The big big negative is the parks location directly in the landing pattern of the Jacksonville airport.

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Typical KOA, small sites, high prices. Gravel and dirt sites that were resonably level. All utilities work ok except wifi which was so slow it was unuseable. Cable service was analog with grainy picture. Traffic noise from I-95 was not very noticeable.

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This property is up for sale. The facilities are getting run down and shabby looking. Hookups are needing updating and repair in some instances but nothing much is being done. The pull-through sites are barely long enough for a 40' coach and small toad and are crammed together with your neighbor's sewer hose next to your picnic table. Trees between sites make slide deployment iffy. Other than a quick overnight, don't bother.

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This is not a big rig type of campground. As reported earlier the roads are not set up for large units 35' or more. The sites are good sized. The utilities are oddly placed on the site and not close to each other. Some sites have 50 amp, most are 30 amp. Sites are dirt/gravel and get soft when wet. The campground is tree covered so satellite TV is out. The cable is 24 analog channels with so-so picture quality. Not a great value for nightly rate.

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This is NOT a resort! Just an average campground. As stated earlier, this campground is not designed for anything over 35'. Sites are good sized and fairly level. The campground is well maintained with gravel roads and grass/gravel sites. Utilities are well placed and function as designed. Wi-Fi is poor to none, depending on location of site. Verizon service is weak and very slooow. They do have two nice pools, one of which is heated. Definitely not a good value for the price.

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As stated in previous reviews, this is definitely a work in progress and not any where near a "resort". Roads and sites are hard packed gravel. Sites are level some with 50 amp electrical, which is unusual for campgrounds in Canada. As stated the sites are adequate but not overly large. Given the very high nightly rate, it is not a good value.

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This is a municipal park campground. It is poorly laid out, and not well suited for rigs over 30'. The utility services are hap-hazard arranged with our water and electric 35' away and the sewer connection properly positioned next to the coach--strange! There are no pull-through sites any longer. Most all sites are taken by seasonal units. What transient sites are available are squeezed between trees with poorly laid out utilities. There is no TV available either, satellite (very heavy tree canopy) or over-the-air (no stations close). The Wi-Fi is dialup SLOOOOOW with weak connections. Due to the price for what you get, would definitely NOT stay here again.

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HWY 111 getting to the park is about like driving a logging road, slow and rough. Once there the park has some great views of the ocean. Sites are level, 30 amp only, full hookup, no cable, and wifi SLOOOOOOWER than dialup. The sites are mostly grass and a small amount of hard packed gravel, and somewhat tightly spaced. Given the views and the reasonable nightly rate, not a bad value.

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The campground that sits on a point overlooking the ocean. Sites are somewhat tight like a KOA. Had a full hookup site which was level with all the utility hookups at the rear of the site, requiring an extension for the sewer hose. Site surface was gravel and grass, hard packed. Note only 30 amp electric is available. Campground is less than a mile from the center of St. Andrews, a good walk or easy bike ride.

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Clean well groomed campground. Site was a back-in full-hookup gravel on grass with wood deck patio. Utilities are located toward the rear of the site within easy reach and worked as designed. This site was not level and the levelers sank into the ground due to the limited amount gravel. The sites in this area all need much more gravel to make them more level and stable. No pool or swimming area, no organized activities during the week. As mentioned in a previous review these sites are overpriced for what you get.

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This is definitely NOT a resort. It's just an old campground that's kept clean and maintained. The pull-through was level and looked out on two dilapidated trailers. The utilities were old but functional. Only used it as a one night stop while passing through.