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North of St. Louis off of I-70. We stopped for one night passing through. Woman in office was very nice and showed us to our site. Roads and site are gravel with grass between. Full hook-up pull through site, fairly level. Entrance is through an industrial park. Some permanent residents. Wi-fi worked okay. Convenient for visiting St. Louis without having to battle traffic on I-55. Overpriced, but convenient.

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Convenient location right off of I-40 and not too far from Nashville. Older KOA that needs some TLC. Grassy areas full of weeds needed mowing. Potholes needed attention. A few rows of pull-thrus in center of park. Back-in sites at rear of park seemed to be permanent residents with some real old units. Hilly area so sites are tiered, but seem pretty level. As with most KOAs, older and in need of attention. We stayed passing through the area and chose for easy access off interstate.

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Perched on the side of a hill above the interstate, this campground requires some windy steep roads to get to it. Some of the back-in sites require backing up an incline to get into the site. We were in what looked to be an add on section with about a dozen pull-thru sites right along a pretty busy street. To get to that section from the check-in office you had to drive through the RV park back out onto the main windy road and come around past the entrance to another entrance. Pretty strange. The pull-thru sites were quite narrow with poles and rocks on both sides. We had to back up twice to make the swing to get into the site without hitting the utility pole because site was not wide enough to make the swing. There was some interstate noise with windows closed. Not a lot of choices for quality RV parks in the Asheville area. Seems a bit overpriced for what you get. Laundry was very small and not very clean. Bathrooms were fine. Wi-fi was hit and miss.

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Price is weekly rate and does not include the 15% in taxes for state, county, city and tourist taxes. We had a pull-through FHU 50 amp site with gravel, grass, a concrete patio, picnic table and fire pit. Roads are paved. The resort has a pool, fishing lake, and laundry room. Sites are nice and big and entire place is super clean and beautifully maintained. Pride of ownership definitely shows. Some sites are on a bit of a hill so leveling might be a bit of a challenge. Good Verizon signal and satellite reception. Wi-fi did not work while we were there, said they were working on it. Great location to visit Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina.

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Rate is weekly rate with Good Sam discount for 3 of those nights. This is one of the nicest parks we've been to as far as sites go. They are very spacious for a private park, have concrete pads and patios, and all roads are paved and wide. Almost all sites are back-in. Full hook up 50 amp, nice and level, cable TV (no over air channels). Pedestals are marine style, all very nice. Park is super clean and beautifully landscaped and maintained. There is a pool and one pickle ball court and one shuffleboard court. Also a clubhouse with a few organized activities. Not too much to do in this area. Cedar Key is a small old town with a few shops and restaurants. Fishing and boating seem to be the popular past times. Wi-fi was hit and miss when park was nearly full. Would have rated this a 10 if wi-fi was better and there was more to do in the area and park.

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Rate is with Good Sam discount. Conveniently located between Jacksonville and the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge in Georgia, which is why we came here. Roads are gravel, sites are grass and sand and pretty close together. Most of park seems to be permanent residents with one row of pull-through sites for short term stays. Fine for a few nights to visit the area. Full hook up 50 amp sites, fairly level. Wi-fi is quite good. Woman in office was very nice and helpful. Bath house and laundry, clubhouse and no other amenities. Fine for a few nights to explore area.

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Price was with Good Sam discount and included tax. This is a very mixed use park. It feels more like a campground than resort, but they do have a clubhouse, pool, marina with tiki bar and some activities. Most sites seem to be occupied by permanent residents; many who seem to come for the weekend. There did seem to be some snowbirds as well. Marina has boat launch and there is boat storage, so lots of boaters on the weekend. Big rig section F is way in the back in a large gravel lot with hook-ups. To get there, you have to navigate down a long and windy road with trees on both sides. Doable, but be careful! Sites are very close together. Just enough room for slides and awning, but almost touching. Our picnic table was black with mold and looked like it would collapse if sat on. There is a brand new section N just opened closer to the front for big rigs with pull-thru sites and concrete patios. WiFi was okay most of the time. No over the air TV channels available. We were able to get satellite in section F, but much of park is too wooded. They have cable TV, but we did not use it. Seems to be very popular with partiers.

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This park has two separate sections. The front is FHU 50 amp pull-thru sites with paved pad and patio. The back section is for long term residents and are more gravel and grass sites. Overall, this park was good with nice pool, shuffleboard, bean bag toss, laundry rooms and clubhouse with some activities run by residents. WiFi worked fine in front section, not sure about back area. Great biking trails all around the area with access right in front of RV park. Nice park, but a bit overpriced for our liking, but that seems to be true in all of Florida.

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Rate is based on monthly rate and included $100 of electricity. This park is very clean, well maintained and beautifully landscaped with paved roads and sites. There are a few pull through sites, but most all are back in and are very tight. The feel of the sites is most need a shoe horn to get into. There is no parking for any additional vehicles or visitors which means there are frequently cars parked partly into the road. The wi-fi works great in the middle of the night, but is pretty much useless during the day. Pool is very nice and clean. There is a rec hall with some scheduled activities. There are no other amenities other than a laundry room. About half the sites are permanent residents. There is a separate section for pet owners. People are very friendly. Naples Municipal Airport is right across the road, and there is often noise from the planes.

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Price reflects monthly rate with electricity being extra. This is a decent park with most amenities you would expect at a resort including pool, clubhouse, store, cafe, tennis court, shuffleboard, and laundry. Between 40 and 50 percent of residents are French Canadian who do not seem to be very friendly. We did not join any scheduled activities because everything we saw, people were speaking French and we didn't really feel very welcome. Most sites are grass and/or weeds with a concrete picnic slab. Our site was weeds only with no pad, but we put our mat out for the month to keep dirt out of our RV. Our site was level with 50 amp FHU, back in. All sites are back-in except for a few pull thrus for short term stays. Wi-fi is hit and miss. Worked sporadically, but was not reliable.

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Price was with Good Sam discount and included tax. We were checked in by a very nice man. Our site was pull through on grass with FHU 50 amp. The wi-fi did not work at our site. Over half the park are permanents or long time snowbirds. A few rows in the middle are open for short term stays. Location is close to I-75 for an easy overnight stay. We stayed here for a night on our way to southern Florida.

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Mobile park with large asphalt parking lot in center with RV sites. Sites are pull-through, FHU 50 amp. Tight sites with thorny bushes dividing some of them. Asphalt was very broken in some areas making sites not as level as they should be. Wi-fi advertised, but did not work. Open sites so satellite signal was easy to get. Okay for an overnight or a few days to explore Jackson and Vicksburg areas.

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Price is weekly rate. FHU, 50 amp, pull-through site. Roads and sites are gravel with some grass between. Picnic table at site. About 10 miles from Tupelo and Natchez Trace Visitor Center. Some trees, but we were able to get signal on our portable satellite dish. Verizon data signal slow. No wi-fi. Small pool and cabin with one washer and dryer, $1 each per load.

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Very nice RV park close to the tourist area of Chattanooga. Decent sized 50 amp, level, FHU, pull through sites. Some trees, but not totally wooded. We were able to get satellite with our portable dish. Main road is paved. Sites are gravel pads with grass between, a patio and picnic table. Cable available, we didn't use. Super clean bathrooms. A free interesting movie about Civil War battles fought in the area available to view in office. About half the park look to be permanent residents. Some noise from low flying planes from nearby airport.

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About 25 miles north of Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Great place to stay to avoid crowds, traffic and higher prices of RV parks closer to the action. A large field with many sites. A nice section of pull-thrus with FHU 50 amp and level. Wide open with no shade, but great for satellite reception. No wi-fi. Quiet and pretty scenery.