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Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Duck Creek RV Park, Paducah, Kentucky

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $28.00
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This is a nice campground with large level pull throughs that easily fit a large DP motorhome. We spent the night here and found the management very helpful and friendly. The sites are gravel but level and wide. There is a pool and a fenced doggie park so your dogs can run free for a while after the long drive. We camped at Duck Creek RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Mountain Lake Marina & RV Resort, Rocky Top, Tennessee

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $30.00
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We stayed at this campground under the old management and it was terrible. Small sites and lots of older permanent trailers. New owners have gotten rid of the old trailers and is trying to improve the sites. We have a 41 foot DP motorhome and found that the only big rig sites are the NEW gravel sites just below the office. These new gravel sites are level, wide and open for satellite reception. They do not have cable TV. There are very few RV campgrounds around the Norris Lake/Dam area so it was nice to find one with a marina that could accept our big rig. The campground has a new pool but, a lot of work still needs to be done. I hope the new owner continues to improve the campground. We camped at Mountain Lake Marina & RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Cottonwoods RV Park, Columbia, Missouri

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $29.00
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This is a very nice campground with long pull throughs and the grounds have real pretty flowers and nice landscaping. There is a nice pool with lots of chairs to sit around the pool. The only drawback is there is no cable TV, but with satellite TV, it was not a big deal. The roads are wide and easy in and out of the campground. The office was really friendly and helpful. We camped at Cottonwoods RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Duck Creek RV Park, Paducah, Kentucky

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $28.00
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We were surprised to find this very nice campground in the Paducah area. The staff is real friendly and escort you to your site. The sites are gravel but level. The pull throughs are very long and you can leave your towed car connected. The pool area was very nice with lots of chairs. We stopped at this campground going out west and again upon our return since it was found to be so nice. They also have a fenced in doggie park where you can let your dogs off their leash for a romp after traveling. The roads are very wide and easy to enter and leave. Overall, a very nice campground. We camped at Duck Creek RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Tallahassee RV Park, Tallahassee, Florida

Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $32.00
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If you are staying in the Tallahassee area, this is the campground to stay at. It is very well managed with lots of flowers and nice grass at each site. There is a large area dedicated for pets with plastic bags on several posts in the area. The sites are long and level, saw several 45 footer easily fit in the sites. The manager is very friendly and cares about the campground. The pool is a little small, type you would find in your back yard, but it was 9 feet deep at the deep end. The campground is very quite without numerous long term campers living in older units. WiFI worked great inside the motorhome and cable TV is also at each site. Both are free. I would call this campground a hidden jewel in the Tallahassee area. We camped at Tallahassee RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Big Oak RV Park, Tallahassee, Florida

Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $33.00
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This park is had a Woodall's rating of 4, how it got that rating is beyond me. It should be been given a 2 or 3 at the most. The sites are gravel with very little grass. It is very dusty from cars on the road. This park would be an overnight stay only but, I would never plan on spending any extended time here. The park is old and needs major upgrading on the sites and roads. We camped at Big Oak RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Southern Trails Resort, Unadilla, Georgia

Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $28.00
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This is a Good Sam and a Coast to Coast park. This campground does not reserve sites when you confirm a reservation. . It is a surprise when arriving and you are told to go pick out a camp site and come back and tell them the site number. It was interesting watching RV's driving up and down the roads trying to find a site. The 50amp sites are the first two rows which are always full and the rest of the sites are 30amp, no cable and some without full hookups. The campground is next to I-75 so there is a lot of traffic noise day and night. The 50amp sites also have cable connection so there is a $2.00 per day charge for that. Wireless internet is available only inside the office area and there is a $2.00 charge for that. There is a nice catch and release fishing pond and bingo nightly. Outside of that there is not much to do in the area. The roads are gravel and the sites grass most are not level. In my opinion, this campground would only be a good overnighter, if you did not mind the traffic noise. It could be a nice park if 50amp sites are installed in the back section of the campground where it is a lot nicer, more open and quieter. We camped at Southern Trails Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Renfro Valley KOA, Mount Vernon, Kentucky

Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $32.00
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This is an older KOA that has not been updated for quite a few years. We stayed overnight and it was fine for an overnight stay but, I would not stay any extended time here. The campsites are small and the campground is not 'big rig" friendly, a 34 foot motorhome would be a challenge at the majority of the sites. The campground is situated in heart of Renfro Valley which is the reason most people come here. Overall, I was not impressed with this campground, it is on the lower scale for KOA's. We camped at Renfro Valley KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Creekwood Farm RV Park, Waynesville, North Carolina

Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $39.00
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This is a very nice campground with a real friendly staff, but be warned that it is expensive. As others have mentioned there is Bingo on Friday nights and coffee and pastry on Saturday mornings. They have live entertainment on Saturday nights and other activities on the week day nights. The campground advertises pull thru sites but, the pull through sites are not real pull throughs, if you are fortunate enough to be able to pull through, another camper may be placed behind you. This park has numerous rules that are explained to you in detail when you check in and are informed that the rules are taken seriously and if not followed you will be asked to leave without any refunds. The dog walking area is restricted to one area on one side of the park and is approximately 3ft wide. The sites are large enough for big rigs with room for slide outs and awnings but, everyone should be prepared to back into your site. Also one of the rules is that all the cars must park parallel to the road which makes the main roads narrow. When anyone arrives the campground staff must ask everyone parked in front to move their cars until the arrival backs in. I saw a lot of sites with fifth wheels and travel trailers that could have parked their cars into their actual sites, but the rule is parallel parking only. This is a PA campground so maybe that is why other's rate this park higher than I would. There is no swimming pool and all the sites are gravel with gravel patios. Rules state that camper rugs and carpets cannot be placed on the grass and only on the gravel patio area. I could not find anything that would make this campground outstanding and I would not make a special trip to return here. We camped at Creekwood Farm RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Detroit Greenfield RV Park, Ypsilanti, Michigan

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $36.00
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This is a typical KOA. The campground is located on a lake with swimming and fishing areas. Lots of activities for kids. The roads and sites are all gravel and very dusty. Every car that passes through the campground trails a dust cloud behind it. The campground did have the roads sprayed to reduce the dust, but it was only done once during the week we were there. The large pull through sites are easy to pull in and out and are large enough to accommodate multiple slide outs. The campground is located near to I-94, so access to major tourist attractions are easy to access. Unfortunately, this is the only private campground in the Detroit area outside of state parks which limit the size of motorhomes. We camped at Detroit Greenfield RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Riverside Campground & Resort, Sevierville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $36.00
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This is a very nice campground with a large number of pull through sites in the rear section of the park. There are quite a number of permanent residents in the front of the park. Mobile homes and cabins are available for rent, the cabins are along the river. Everyone at the campground is friendly and try to make sure you have nice stay. There is a nice pool but there is no shade. It would have been nice to have some patio tables with umbrella's around the pool to provide some shade. Overall, this is a very nice park and I would stay at again even for an extended stay. We camped at Riverside Campground & Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Lakewood RV Resort (55+ park), Flat Rock, North Carolina

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $36.00
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This park is advertised as an RV resort but, all that was available was a pool and shuffleboard court. There are a lot of park models in this park and more are being added for sale. The development of park models seems to be the priority at this campground. It is advertised as an adult oriented campground with no activities for kids. The sites are gravel as well as the roads inside the campground. There are a limited number of pull through sites that will accommodate a motorhome. Overall, this is a great campground if you just want to lay back and take it easy, it is very quiet. We camped at Lakewood RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Archway RV Park (formerly Quality Times RV Park), Mount Vernon, Illinois

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $20.00
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This is a very old park with some permanent residents. It advertises "big rig friendly" but there are only a couple of sites at the end with enough room to pull out of the site. The sites are gravel as well as the roads. The park personnel were very friendly and try to accommodate your needs. I would only stay at this park as an overnight stop and would not plan on spending any extended time camping here. We camped at Archway RV Park (formerly Quality Times RV Park) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Nashville KOA, Nashville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $65.00
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This is one of the nicest KOA's I have been in. It is pricey especially the premium patio sites which are the most expensive. The patio sites have a large pebbled cement patio with a patio table and four chairs. There is also a patio glider and free standing fireplace. The patio sites are large enough even for the big rigs with multiple slide outs. The pool was large with a pavillion next to it for shade. All of the staff was friendly and tried to make sure your stay was enjoyable. It would have been nice to have cable TV for the prices they are charging. Overall, the park is close to all the Nashville attractions and offers Grey Line Tour bookings to all of the local attactions. We camped at Nashville KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 9
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Nashville KOA, Nashville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $52.00
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We camped at this campground a couple of year's ago and it was okay. Our return visit was a surprise at how much improvements had been made. We requested the large pull through deluxe site which had a pebbled concrete patio and a fire place. WIFI is free to use and everyone tries to make your stay a good one. There is a tour desk for scheduling tours of Nashville thorough Grey Line tours. We camped at Nashville KOA in a Motorhome.

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