Wildmans Clan

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It is hard to rate service at this park since this is a self-service park. Phone staff was very friendly. This is very close to the Tiffin factory, which we toured. The campground is a concrete pad which used to be the base of a building(s). There are no amenities, but for the price, you can't go wrong.

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The park seems understaffed as several waited at check-in while the one staff member was on the grounds tending to a problem. There is little room to park when checking in as you are stopped in a parking lot, blocking cars of other guests. There was a lot of rain and wind during our stay, and while there was standing water immediately after the storms, it drained over time. Most impressive was how fast the streets were cleared of leaves and branches after a heavy storm. The sites are more spacious than many Florida parks, making for a pleasant stay.

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One word: awesome. Incredible County run park. Large paved sites. We were on the water. Good interior roads. I have nothing but praise for the park. The only down side is the heavy traffic on roads leading to the park, but it is located in an urban area, so that is to be expected. Some long-term guests say weekends can get noisy with events in the other section of the park, but then listening to famous music acts at your campsite at no additional charge is not a bad deal. I would stay here again.

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Stayed here over New Years and used the shuttle service to travel into Nashville. The roads in the campground need work. Sites are well spaced. This neighboring campground hosted a holiday light show, which was very nice during this time of year.

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Stayed here twice in two months for work. Clean campground with friendly staff. Limited cable but good satellite reception. Small, fence pet area. Close to interstate, a Camping World and many shopping options. Sites are gravel with concrete picnic table area.

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We were lucky and got a waterfront site. It was well worth it and the views were spectacular. Even though we had rain, it was a great stay. The park is clean, staff friendly and site of good size. Concrete pads and patios with pedestal hookups. Cable was good, over-the-air also had lots of choices and we had clear satellite too. New owners have put a lot into this park and it shows. The park is centrally located and we made day trips to Mobile, AL, Pensacola, FL and Panama City Beach, FL. We would definitely stay here again. The price was well worth it, especially considering we've paid far more for way less.

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We stayed her for five days while I was working. It's a really nice park. Large sites. Good utilities and the customer service was great. The only down side is the large speed bumps leading in and out of the park. It rocked the RV and was tedious coming and going during our stay. However, I do understand why they are there. This is one of those parks that I will make a destination in the future.

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We stayed here for two weeks as I was working in the area. We enjoyed our site. Staff was helpful, and full time residents friendly. Site was tight to get into but once there, was comfortable. The sites were on the small side, but there was room to stretch out and relax on the concrete patio. Slab was also concrete. 50 amp was not available at all sites and hookups are shared in hubs with other sites. Make sure you request 50 amp or you may not get it. If we came to the are we'd stay here again.

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We spent nearly three weeks here and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Very friendly staff, and other residents. Many are either seasonal or had returned because they like the campground. We had a large site with a concrete pad and patio. Other sites vary in size. Some are very tight, others spacious. Most have cable, water and sewer. We did not have cable, but had good DISH service. The park is very clean and pet friendly. Walking and biking are common through the park. It is located across from the Indian River and there is a clear view of the water. Bocce, shuffleboard, basketball, a nice dog park and a heated pool round out the amenities. There is a laundry, but we didn't use it. The staff hosts various events including craft classes, socials and dinners. We would absolutely return.

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If you are an FMCA member, you can get a good discount, but ask when you make reservations. I never saw this advertised, and it was never mentioned. When I asked after we arrived, I was told they could not issue the a credit because the credit card had been processed. Seems to me this sophisticated of a place could figure out how to issue a credit. This was the nicest RV park we've ever stayed at. Activities were plentiful, fun and either free or reasonably priced. The sites are large and paved and are well spaced. Some are landscaped. Facility is gated and generally quite. Three nice pools and a small sand beach are very nice. WiFi worked well. We are not sure we'll return as the discount issue left a bad impression.

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Nice park. Concrete pads and patios. Private, tiled and large size bathrooms that are much nicer than most home bathrooms. Friendly staff. Clean park. The grandchildren loved the pool. Close proximity to major shopping, restaurant and recreation.

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Campground is very hilly. Sites are not level. Sites are mostly gravel. Roadways to access campground are narrow and winding making it a challenge. Nice fenced area for dogs. Difficult access will influence if we return.

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We stayed here for five weeks. This was the best RV experience we've had. Friendly staff. Very clean grounds. All concrete pads with ample grass. Nice lakeside walkway. I would recommend this park to anyone and will stay here again when in the area. Rate reflects long term rental.

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This campground gets points only because we had a small area to sit near the water, otherwise, it appears their definition of waterfront means the water is at the door or your RV, and in some cases ankle deep around it. This is not a problem just becuse of heavy rain, sites are poorly maintained and aside from our concrete slab, most of the ground would hold water if you spilled it from a glass. We were offered a chance to move to another site, but crumbling concrete to damage my tires and exposed wiring boxes did not make it worth the hassle. Trust me, there is nothing quite like a 50 amp hookup standing in ankle deep water. The rude staff will probably not miss me, as I will never be back.