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We really enjoyed our week at Jetty Park. It's easily accessible, but check their website for the address for your GPS. Interior roads were wide enough for a vehicle to pass our coach while hooking up the car. Sites are concrete pads with grass for the picnic table and a charcoal grill is provided. It is a bit sandy but that's typical of parks on or near the beach. Bring a broom. You can walk to the beach and fishing pier. Watching the cruise ships come and go was fun. We will definitely return. Several good seafood restaurants are nearby. We liked Grills the best.

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Just off of I-75 with some road noise but that's to be expected. We had no problem sleeping. Roads are narrower than the newer big parks but very manageable. Sites are concrete pads with picnic tables. The park is very clean and well kept. We will definitely stay here again and will recommend it to friends. There's a very good BBQ restaurant (The Smokin' Pig) at the next exit and several restaurants just down the road.

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This is our second time here and the cost was higher than the last time, probably due to the fair that was going on in town. This is just off of I-75 but there is very little road noise. The sites are gravel and dirt but leveling was very easy. Roads are a bit narrow but easily maneuverable in our 37 foot rig. We had a 40 footer last time and had no problem. We will stay here again.

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Entrance road needs some work, but overall it was a nice place. Roads and sites are all gravel/rock. We were able to level with no problem. Very friendly office staff led us to our site. Very easy to find from I-20. Some road noise, but really not bad at all. We would return. There is a gas/diesel station just at the entrance/exit that was convenient. Grocery store and restaurants also very close.

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Just off I-65 but not too much road noise. Entrance and inside roads could really use some work. They're gravel with some potholes and a little narrow in some spots. They were definitely navigable, though. We were assigned to one site but moved to another so we could get satellite reception. Office staff is very friendly and accommodating. This is OK for an overnight and we would return if in the area.

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Excellent signage really helped us. Google Maps had us turning the wrong direction. Gravel park roads made getting to the office and pulling out very slow. There is some road noise since it is just off I-75 but we were able to sleep through the night with no problems. However, there is a train not too far away. We heard it some through the night but it seemed to pass by a lot while we were getting ready to leave in the morning. All in all, we would stay here overnight again.

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This campground is close to where we bought our RV and have it serviced. We first stayed here to move our "stuff" from the old coach to the new one and stayed again to have some service done. We had a long pull-through both times. All of the sites are grass. We used blocks for the jacks. It rained while we were there, but the grass is thick enough that we didn't track in a lot of dirt. It is a very clean and well maintained park and we will definitely return.

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We paid extra for a river site because we were told we could fish from the bank. The river sites are not in the front section, which appears to be for more short term RVers. The roads in the section to which we were led were narrow and a bit difficult to maneuver. Maintenance men had to trim some trees so that we could get to our spot and came back the next day to trim trees along the exit road. After setting up, we discovered that the gate leading to the dock was locked with a no fishing sign attached. I suppose we could have walked down to the river bank, but fishing from there would not have been possible because of the trees and mucky bank. We asked in the office about fishing and were told that we would have to go to other parts of the campground to fish. On the day we left, I had to walk in front of the motorhome so that I could be sure my husband could get past the cars and trucks parked along the road. The office staff and the full-timers were all very nice and the restaurant was good but we will not return.

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Entrance a bit tight and getting into the river front site was also tight but doable with our 36 ft. motor home. I think it would have been more difficult in our old 40 footer. This is a very clean, friendly park. Facing the water is a big plus, with short docks for fishing. Level, gravel sites, but hookups are on the wrong side so you have to put water, electric and sewer under the rig to connect. Not a huge problem. There are chairs, table with umbrella and grill on each patio. The only drawback is a nearby train. It doesn't go by a lot, but it is there. We will return for some quiet days of fishing and relaxing.

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Your GPS won't be able to find this place but if you have the Google Map app, it will. Ask for directions when making your reservation. This is a very large campground and probably full during the winter months. We were escorted to our site, which is always a nice perk. The sites are grass with concrete patios and picnic tables. We had no problem leveling. The roads are wide, but have drainage "gutters" in the middle between the 2 lanes. They make driving in a bit bumpy every time you go over a cross road. We will stay here again when in the area.

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You need to pull through the gate and straight ahead to park at the office for registration. There isn't a sign visible from the entrance telling you that. The office staff is extremely helpful and friendly. Fortunately, we decided to disconnect the TOAD before going to our site because some of the turns were a bit tight for our 36 footer. Maintenance trucks blocked part of the road so getting to our site was a bit tricky. It is doable and the workers will move their trucks if necessary. (We could have made the turns in our 40 footer so it is big rig friendly, just use care.) The sights are blacktop with some grass but mostly dirt. They are very narrow and our tires just fit on it from side to side. We had no trouble leveling but I wouldn't have been able to put our awning out all the way because of a close tree. Even though the campground is fairly close to a major highway, there is very little traffic noise. We would stay here again if visiting the Bradenton area.

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This is mostly a full time resident park but it does have spaces for short term RVers. The office staff and residents were very friendly and made us feel at home. We only stayed one night and probably won't return because we prefer parks with more RVs instead of park models. Our site had an uneven concrete pad, but we were able to level the rig with no problems. WiFi was not working when we were here. There are a lot of activities and we would feel very comfortable participating if we stayed longer.

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We had a coupon for 2 nights free but only stayed one night because of the facility. The sites closer to the office looked nice, but we were put in the grassy area (if you can call it grass) in the back of the park. We felt very uncomfortable because the owners of the other RVs in the area were not around. They seemed to be either full time residents who were working long hours (and didn't care for their sites) or the RVs were in storage. We will not return.

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We received a coupon for a night free and decided to give TGO a try. We're "shopping" for a retirement RV community and this almost meets our wants. I felt it was a bit too large, but my husband really loved it. The town of Titusville put us both off. It's become very depressed since the shuttle program ended, but we weren't there long enough to explore the neighboring I-95 exits. The only WiFi in the resort is at the office, but my AT&T hotspot worked well. Both of the resort restaurants left a lot to be desired. I don't know if we'll go back, but I rated it a 9 because the resort and RV pads are beautiful. You need to be on the reservation list to get into the resort through the security guard gate.

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We stayed here to attend the Tampa RV Super Show. The rate was PPA. The area for short term RVs is in the front of the park. The back area seems to be for full time or long term residents. We were very pleased with our site. It was grassy but fairly level. The sites are a bit close but since we weren't here during the day, we didn't really care. In and out was very easy and it was only a 10 minute drive to the show. The front office staff was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again.