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Stagecoach RV Park, St Augustine, Florida

Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $39.00
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Nothing fancy, just a clean, well run and comfortable campground that is a convenient base of operations for exploring St. Augustine. Sites were level, shaded and of sufficient size to accommodate most any rig. CATV would be a nice addition, but had no trouble picking up all the Jacksonville stations over the air. We camped at Stagecoach RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Bay Bayou RV Resort, Tampa, Florida

Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $58.00
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The sites here are very nice - although they aren't pull throughs, they are of good size and a reasonable distance from your neighbor. Every one I saw was nice and level and had a concrete patio. The pool, clubhouse, bathrooms and laundries are all very modern, well maintained and clean. We camped at Bay Bayou RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Eagle's Roost RV Resort, Lake Park, Georgia

Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $33.00
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I have driven past this park many times and had always passed it by. You could tell from the distinctive roofline that this was a former KOA property. And my experience with former KOAs hasn't been that good as a rule. But I finally stopped here on the advice of a friend. I am glad I listened to them. The park is well cared for and the staff is extremely nice. Check in was quick and efficient. There are about three rows of sites right behind the office that were designed with a quick overnight stop in mind. They are level and paved and about 70' long, so they are ideal for an overnight stop without unhooking. Wide roads were easy navigate. There are plenty of other sites available for longer stays, some near the lake and others with nice patios. Bathrooms were spotlessly clean and appeared to have been recently renovated. As far as complaints about the pads being surrounded by sand and shaded by live oak trees, have you ever tried to grow grass in the shade of a mature live oak? Personally I thought the park was nicely landscaped and the pads were kept clean and swept. I think the trees would be a welcome addition on a hot August afternoon in south Georgia. That being said, forget using your satellite dish and hook up to their cable TV system. I had an excellent picture and plenty of channels to choose from. Overall, a very nice experience. Glad I finally stopped here. We camped at Eagle's Roost RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 2
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Paradise Oaks RV Resort, Bushnell, Florida

Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $23.00
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A very nice park. Some of the nicest and cleanest bathrooms I have seen in some time. Also has a couple of very nice meeting rooms available for groups. Didn't have enough time to take advantage of all the amenities, but while walking around the property noticed a nice swimming pool and hot tub, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, and what appears to be an outdoor movie theater screen. Staff was extremely pleasant and professional. While I was here the park was almost totally full and they had some issues with people that decided to extend their stay without telling anyone. But the staff was unflappable and managed to move folks around and find nice sites for everyone that needed one. Personally, the trains were a non-issue. Yes, you could hear them coming through, but the noise wasn't that bad, and I had a site near the front of the park closest to the tracks. Grocery store next door is within walking distance and just about any other store needed is less than a 10 minute drive from the park. We camped at Paradise Oaks RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 2
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Linger Lodge, Bradenton, Florida

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $16.00
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What a unique park. This is definitely "old Florida". The sites are fairly close together, but they had patios and a good third of them are right on the river. There is a boat launch right there as well. The bathrooms are shared with the restaurant, so they are quite busy in the evening. The bathrooms are basic, but clean. The showers are big with plenty of hot water. Speaking of the restaurant, Al Roker named it one of the "top 5 weirdest restaurants in America" and it lives up to it. Lots of stuffed "critters" adorn the walls and ceilings and the atmosphere is definitely rustic, but the food is excellent and the place is very popular with locals. If you want fancy, this is not your place. But if you want a memorable stay with a friendly staff, it's well worth the $16 Escapees rate or the $32 regular rate. They stay pretty full, so a reservation might be a good idea during the busy season. We camped at Linger Lodge in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 2
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Pine Mountain RV Resort, Pine Mountain, Georgia

Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $43.00
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I base this rating on my experience with the new area of the park and the potential this park has to be an excellent destination park. Keep in mind that this park is still a work in progress, and there are a few areas that still need some work, but the staff is friendly and energetic and it appears they are working hard to develop a nice park. Another reviewer mentioned the new bath house and it is a definite "10", but there are just two of these "family showers" - each has a commode, a double sink and a huge shower, but two showers for so many new campsites could lead to some long waits on busy mornings. There might be additional showers at the main building, but we were not able to tell. We went up there at 7PM to enjoy the game room, the exercise room and perhaps enjoy a coffee from the coffee bar, but everything was locked up tight for the night. Seems pointless to have these nice amenities if they are closed so early each day. We camped at Pine Mountain RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 2
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Cotton Hill COE, Fort Gaines, Georgia

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $20.00
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A very nice COE campground. A lot of the sites are waterfront, and at least in the area of the park where I was camped the second row of sites was elevated slightly so they have a nice view of the lake over the top of the folks in the waterfront sites. We camped at Cotton Hill COE in a Travel Trailer.

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Pecan Park RV Resort, Jacksonville, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $37.00
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All sites are pull thru sites - paved and level with a nice patio area. Sites are fairly large for this type of overnight park. Great park for a quick overnight stop - no need to unhook the trailer from your tow vehicle. All of the amenities are at the front of the park, it could be quite a walk from the back of the park to go swimming, do laundry or take a shower. Fortunately, the back area seems to be for seasonal guests and they keep a good number of sites near the front of the park open for overnight quests. We camped at Pecan Park RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 2
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Willow Lakes RV & Golf Resort (55+ Park), Titusville, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $50.00
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This is a residence type park with a limited number of rental spaces available. Sites are large, paved and level and the park is easy to navigate. Free Wi-Fi worked well, as did the CATV service. Shower rooms are just showers, no sinks and no commodes; but were large, private and clean. Just 5 miles to Titusville and a good spot to watch Shuttle launches. We camped at Willow Lakes RV & Golf Resort (55+ Park) in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 2
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Seven Springs Travel Park, New Port Richey, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $28.00
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This is a "snowbird" park with a large percentage of full time or seasonal residents. About 35 of the sites are available for overnight guests and many of those are E/W only sites. But the park is well kept, quiet and in a good location with every conceivable type of store nearby. The residents I met were pleasant and I have always felt welcome there. There isn't a lot to do at the park, but it is a good base camp if visiting the area. We camped at Seven Springs Travel Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 11
States Visited: 2
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Manatee Springs State Park, Chiefland, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $16.00
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A very nice state park. As others mentioned, the interior roads are a bit tight, but most of the sites were quite large and deep. The walk out from the springs to the river is via an elevated boardwalk and a easy stroll from the campground. We camped at Manatee Springs State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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