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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.

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We had a FHU site with 50 amp. When making reservation was told site would be pull-through. Technically, it was if you were the first one there which we were. We pulled through and then someone else was backed up directly behind us. Sites are very close together. Campground is older and showing wear. Seems minimally maintained. Section we were in had a wooden patio with picnic table on it. Despite the many trees, we were able to get satellite reception with our portable dish. Wi-fi worked pretty well at our site. Lady in office was unfriendly when checking in. A few days later when we asked where the laundry room was, it was unmarked, she was rude again. A day before we were to leave, she called us on phone and tried to tell us we had to leave that day. When we didn't agree, she hung up on us. We paid with cash because there is a surcharge for using a credit card, and she never gave us a sreceipt. Luckily, her husband remembered a problem we had with someone else plugged into our 50 amp plug when we arrived, and he remembered when we arrived, which was not the same date she said. We would never stay here again.

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This park is conveniently located to Paducah attractions. Roads and sites are gravel. Our site was level and full hook-up, 50 amp with sewer and was plenty long enough for any size rig. The WiFi was okay most of the time. They offer cable, but we didn't use it. All sites are open for satellite connection. There is a pool which looks okay, but was closed at this time of year. Many sites seem to be occupied by long term residents. It is an okay place to visit the area, but is need of some TLC and upkeep.

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Near Bloomington, Illinois right off of I-74. Very nicely maintained and landscaped campground with many long, level pull through sites. FHU with 50 amp. We were at the edge of the park and were still able to get a good signal on their wi-fi. Lady in office was very nice. Nice looking pool which was closed at this time of year. Only drawback was interstate noise which was pretty loud even with the windows closed. We were able to get good satellite reception at our site. Some sites have trees, but there are plenty wide open for satellite.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Site was 50 amp full hook up, pull through site. There were two or three rallies going on in the park, so we got one of the last spots available for one night on our way to Yuma. Our site was too short to park our truck, but there was a parking spot across the road. Road are paved and sites have concrete pads. Very well maintained and landscaped park, but being as full as it was, it felt very tight and cramped. Sites are pretty tight, especially when full of large RVs. We were escorted to our site which was a good thing as we had to weave around to get to our spot. Upon leaving we had to have office come and tell people to move their cars from the road so we could get out. Nice pool and hot tub, laundry and showers. It was a bit overpriced in our opinion. We would much rather stay at another nearby park, but they were booked for the night.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We had a 30 amp full hook up, pull through site. Gravel with a few trees. Close to interstate and good location for one night, road noise not too bad. Lady in office was very friendly and gave us information as to where to get our tire replaced after a blowout on the way. Wi-fi was okay. Laundry room available. We would stay here again for a night on our way to Arizona.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We would definitely not classify this as a resort. Sites are very tight with many trees and consist of some gravel, dirt and a little grass. Roads were pretty narrow. Buildings need updating and maintenance. Pool was closed. We had a 30 amp full hook up site. There were some 50 amp sites, but none available. Wi-fi at our site worked pretty well as we were right across from a tower. The parks location is very good; very close to Loveland. There is a large shopping center within walking distance with many restaurants. Many of the sites seemed to be occupied by permanent residents and oil workers. We stayed here because many other places were fully booked late in October. If we stay in the Denver area again, we will make reservations earlier to get a better place such as one of the state parks. We would not stay here again.

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We stayed at a special rate of buy one month, get one free for first time visitors. This resort is a membership park where all lots are for sale, and those that aren't sold yet are rented by the corporation that owns it. Although there are some very nice amenities including fairly large sites, a beautiful pool area and activity buildings, and nice landscaping; there were many reasons we would not stay here again. We definitely would not buy a lot here. Prices were quite high, and you run the risk of someone buying the neighboring lot and putting a large house on it so all you see are walls as your view. Also, they advertise 24/7 security with a manned guard house at the gate. About 90% of the time we were coming or going, there was no one in the guard house. Residents have a card to swipe to open the gate. We frequently witnessed several cars lined up waiting to get in, and a resident would come along and swipe their card to open the gate and anyone could drive in without being checked out. The security was a joke. There are only two tennis/pickleball courts. The tennis courts have pickleball lines painted on them so these courts are often in use and it is difficult to get to play. There are very nice shuffleboard courts. They have a full calendar of activities, some cost extra. There was lots of construction going on throughout the park on lots that were sold, so it was quite noisy from that as well as a nearby train track and planes going over to the nearby airport. The wi-fi did not work the entire time we were there. The office washed their hands of it and said to call the company who blamed the resort. Office people were not very helpful or knowledgeable. We felt this resort was very overpriced for the area, and there are many other choices in Yuma for a better price. We would not stay here again.

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The rate reflects a fall special. The cost is $595 from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31st. We weren't able to arrive until mid-October, but the price is still the same. A very good deal for the fall. It was quite hot when we first arrived, but cooled off nicely into the 70s and 80s for Nov. and Dec. This resort was purchased a few years ago by the Cal-Am corporation. They have done many upgrades including a beautiful sports complex with 8 pickleball courts, 6 tennis courts, very nice shuffleboard area, horseshoes and bocce ball. The two pools and hot tubs are also very nice. A full calendar of activities to keep you busy. This resort has over 1,200 sites. There are two sections. The older section has quite a few park models. Some are quite old, but the resort is working on getting them removed. The newer section is all gravel pull-through sites with paved roads. FHU sites with 50 amp electric. Wi-fi throughout the park. It worked fairly well, especially when it wasn't too crowded yet with the rest of the snowbirds. There is also a full length 9 hole golf course on the property which we played regularly. Much work is being done to improve the course and green fees are very reasonable. Many Canadians, but people were very nice. This is a 55+ park, but there are many very active residents. We liked it so much we are coming back next winter for the full season. We would have given it a 10 if there weren't so many old park models in the older section.