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We had no problem finding the park from the interstate. The price seems a bit high considering the water park was closed for the season. Sites are gravel with some grass/weeds. The entrance is a bit tight because of the concrete posts holding the gate arms. When we first started hooking up, we thought there was a problem with the electric and a maintenance person came over right away. We discovered the problem was with us, not the hookups. The big rig sites are in an open area so there wasn't any shade but that's OK with us because then we have no problem with satellite reception. The wifi was very good. Some sites had fire rings. There is road noise from the interstate just across the road. The major negative is the sewer connections. They stick up above the ground. Since we were only overnighting, we didn't connect. We would stay here again if in the area.

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Not hard to find from the interstate. Entry road is not great and exit road is only sand and a bit washboardy. Of course, the owners can't do anything about that. It's probably county maintained. The park entrance is just before the paved road turns to red sand. We were met by the owners at their registration area. There isn't a real office. If there is no one there, the sign says to call and they'll be right there. Interior roads are red dirt. We were led to our site by one of the owners and told to move to any site we wanted. We took one just to the right of the one they had assigned to us so we could be sure to get satellite reception. Sites are also red sand and grass/weeds but all looked fairly level. We had no problem leveling, however, we didn't use jack pads. When we pulled out we discovered one of the jacks had sunk in about 2 inches. We will use jack pads next time. A door mat was given to us which is a nice perk as it helped keep sand from getting inside the coach. The only negative is the highway noise since the pull through sites are right next to the interstate. Some sites had picnic tables and fire rings but ours didn't. Given time, I would say the owners will make a lot of improvements to the park. They are working very hard to make this a nice place. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a beautiful RV resort close to Gulf Shores. We booked a week because the weekly rate was lower but extended it for an extra 3 nights because we enjoyed it so much. We also "got stuck" getting back home because of hurricane Matthew and the office staff penciled us in for an extra 5 days just to give us some wiggle room to let the hurricane pass. Interior roads are all paved. Sites are concrete. There aren't any picnic tables or fire rings which didn't bother us at all. It is unfortunate that the only Publix is 15 miles away, but we can live with that for such a beautiful spot. Our site faced one of the lakes so we could enjoy sitting outside in the evenings. They have 3 new pickle ball courts and we enjoyed playing with the folks there. We usually end up traveling I-10 on our way home from summer trips so we will definitely return.

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This park is so run down, I wouldn't advise anyone to go there. The interior roads and sites are mostly Alabama red clay with gravel and grass mixed in. The office was closed on the Sunday afternoon we pulled in. We needed a spot for overnight so we chose the first one that looked fairly level. There are no picnic tables and the fire ring was full of grass and weeds. There were about 5 full time residents and we did see one on his way to the bath house. When we left the next day, we had to put our payment in the drop box because the office was still closed. We never did meet the owner. The road we needed to use to leave our site had such a large rut from water erosion extending across most of the road that we chose to drive over the grass. We would NEVER stay here again.

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Easy to find from the interstate. Interior roads and sites are gravel with some grass mixed in. Our site was mostly level. This is our second time here and both times we had to move to a different site to get satellite reception. The office staff was very helpful both times. Wifi worked fine. Some sites have picnic tables. The water in the pool was green but we wouldn't have used the pool anyway. The only real complaint was that they had a loud band playing in the pavilion on Saturday night until well after midnight. Friday night was quiet. We will stay here again when traveling I-65.

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This is our second stay here this summer. The last time I reviewed this park, we had not used their cable or wifi. This time we did. Both worked fine. We did, however, ask for an open site so we could get satellite. Our site was perfect. It's very easy to find off the interstate. Interior roads and sites are gravel with nicely maintained grass between sites for the picnic table. There was a bit more road noise from the interstate this time, but still not really annoying. We will definitely stay here again.

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The park is not far from the interstate but they need better signage at the entrance road. We passed right by before seeing it. Fortunately, we were able to turn around at the business next door. There is also a deep drop off at the exit when making a right turn. They really need to fill it in, if possible. Interior roads and sites are gravel. Our concrete patio had a nice shade tree, wrought iron table and chairs. There is also a free standing fire pit which we didn't use. There is some road noise but not annoying. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is the weekly rate. Weekends are a bit higher. Interior roads and sites are gravel. The park is easy to get to from the interstate. Most sites have some trees. The tree at our site was too close for us to put out the awning. Wifi was slow and I had to keep reconnecting each time I used a device. Usually, they will "remember" the connection. There is some train and plane noise but it's mostly a quiet park.

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This park is in the middle of a cornfield about 5 miles off I-65. There is a Dairy Queen restaurant about 10 miles away, but other than that, there is nothing around. It has mostly permanent residents, but they have an area for overnighters. The pull-throughs are long enough that you don't have to unhook but we had to do some maneuvering to get level. Roads are a bit narrow but manageable in our 40 foot coach with tow. There were some low hanging trees on the exit road. Satellite reception was good and our AT&T hotspot worked well. We would stay here again if traveling through this area.

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We used a "buy 2 nights, get 1 free" coupon from the Tampa RV Show. This is a beautiful, well maintained destination resort. Interior roads are paved. Sites are concrete with picnic tables and fire rings on the grass. Wifi was excellent but they have no cable. Our satellite reception was good so that didn't matter to us. They have 1 new pickleball court that we used one morning. Our site was a pull-in facing the lake. Unfortunately, the weather was a bit too hot and humid to enjoy sitting outdoors but it was a beautiful view. We would probably stay at a different park if we came up here again just because of the cost.

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Rate is based on weekly rate but they do give Good Sam discounts. Wide, paved interior roads. Fairly level gravel sites. Picnic tables and fire ring in grassy area. Wifi was sporadic. I used our ATT hotspot for other internet activity that took longer than just checking email. Good cable. Very well maintained, beautiful park. There are numerous playgrounds scattered around for the kids. We didn't go down to the beach area but there is a swimming area and boat launch. We would definitely stay here again.

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Good signage. Interior roads and sites are sand/dirt but are well maintained. Sites are lined by trees/shrubs for privacy. Wifi is not free. You need to purchase a plan. Our ATT hotspot worked well so we did not check the prices for wifi plans. Interior road layout is confusing at first. Our site was up front so there was a little road noise. No cable but got a good satellite connection. Close to all attractions. The only negative is that you have to drive all the way up to the office area to dump trash. They really should place a couple more dumpsters around the park. We would stay here again.

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Our back in site was mostly level. Sites are gravel, but mostly grass & dirt. The park has 50 amp power and this is the reason for choosing this park. The other one near Frankenmuth only has 30 amp and it has been a very hot summer so we wanted to run both ACs. There is no cable but we had a satellite friendly site. There is no wifi and our AT&T hot spot could not get a signal. We had to move the picnic table from the middle of the site before we could back in. There were other sites where the picnic tables were right in the middle, also. Interior roads are a little narrow but trees were well trimmed. When we called to see if we could get an early check in, we were told there is a $5 fee PER HOUR for early checkins. That seems a little bit much! There is some road noise but no trains or planes so it is mostly quiet. We would probably try the other campground in the Frankenmuth area if we come here again.

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When making your reservations, check with them about directions. Google Maps had us coming in on a road that they said had tight rotaries. They gave us directions that were much easier to follow. Sites are mostly grass and dirt mix but fairly level. Interior roads are easy to navigate but there are a few low trees to avoid. Wifi worked well. We will probably never go to the Detroit area again, but if we do, we'll stay here.

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Easy access from I-75. Sites are fairly level gravel sites with wood patios and picnic tables. Ours was long enough that we did not have to unhook the toad. Wifi was good, although you can only have 1 code per person so we could not use our iPads as well as our laptops. That's OK, though. The only real problem was the very close train. It woke us up a couple of times during the night. However, this is fine for an overnight and we would return if traveling through this area again.