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Very small campground for fishing and boating. If you don't have a boat there's nothing to do although the view of the water is great. It's on the Indian River and Intracoastal Waterway, so isn't ocean but is saltwater and much wider and rougher than a regular river. It's extremely shallow until you get out to the channel so suitable only for very shallow-draft boats. All sites are occupied by permanents or seasonals. We got the only space that wasn't locked up. It was a pull-thru in deep dirt and sand which was a real pain to get into and out of, requiring use of 4WD to get us unstuck while pulling in. Wifi was terrific. OTA TV worked well. BYOB happy hour at the tiki bar every day at 4:00 to get to know the neighbors. Owners and staff were very laid back and extremely nice. We won't return because we have the wrong type of watercraft for this situation plus the site was just too difficult to deal with.

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This place is an odd assortment of nice sites and poor ones. There are a lot of weeds which need to be cut and a lot of sites need maintenance. Our site was dead grass and dirt which and not level. (The area is in a severe drought so the condition of the grass can't be helped but the weeds certainly could be cut.) We noticed many other sites which were quite unlevel, had lots of weeds and/or were scruffy-looking gravel. Most of the concrete pads looked good. The double concrete sites were newer but very expensive ($65). Wifi was iffy. The main reason to stay here would be for lake access for a boat. There aren't that many campgrounds with lake access so that's probably how they can get away with charging so much. $47 per night with poor wifi, no cable, no patio, no picnic table is way too much. If we were back in the area we'd much rather stay in Mt Dora which we checked out and loved.

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Stayed at Holiday Springs for a month. Rate of $24 per day was our monthly rate including metered electric (and we used a lot of electricity running the AC 24/7). The pull-thrus are convenient and were far enough away from Hwy 19 that noise wasn't a problem. Pull-thru site 123 was too narrow to use our awning because of the neighboring park model's orange trees but it was shady most of the day so wasn't a problem. The park has a lovely small lake with a trail around it and through the woods to the swimming area as well as a small dock with a swing. (No fishing or swimming allowed.) This creates a much nicer atmosphere than the usual park model/RV mix. There are lots of activities for residents which RVers are welcome to attend. When the wifi was working it was very good, but there were a lot or problems with it during half our stay which the very nice manager was working to resolve. We would love to return for the whole winter.

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As previous reviewers have said, this is an older park out in the country. The 50amp power and the sewer connections both worked well. The owner was extremely nice. It's quiet and peaceful and you can't beat the rate. Our only problem was that our site was so narrow we couldn't use our awning and our neighbor had already put his awning away anticipating our arrival. Other campers took their chairs into a nice shady area behind the RVs where they gathered to visit. We hate being in such close quarters so we would stay again only in a pinch, but for people who don't mind the closeness, it's a nice place to stay.

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When I made reservations two months ago they put us in a park in California which I didn't discover until the night before we were to arrive at Goldcoaster. We were very lucky they had one space available. While we were checking in they discovered they'd just given someone else a reservation for our site so they had to call them back to cancel. This is a mobile home park and, unlike some other reviewers, we didn't think it was in such good shape. There were an assortment of nice homes, some with beautiful yards, but we did not consider all the places with holes in underpinning, dirty exteriors, deteriorated steps and junk-cluttered yards and porches to qualify as well-maintained. Our site (#234) was the least-desirable of the RV sites we saw.....no picnic table, no patio, narrower than any other and with a really bad surface which had a 12'x25' pad of sod stuck on top in the middle. The sod was lumpy and had dips which made walking hazardous. There was dog poop left in our site on several occasions. Neighbor on one side was friendly. The laundry was good but had no place to hang anything and the dryers were extremely hot. The lady in the office was very nice and did give us a 10% discount because our check-in was so messed up. We would stay again because the other two RV parks we saw in the area were appalling. Homestead and Florida City are rundown, trashy and did not look safe, but the park is convenient to the Keys and both the national parks and is much more affordable than any Keys' facility. The park is fenced and has a 24-hour gate guard so we felt comfortable. Wifi is free but available only at the office. It's an acceptable place to stay but don't expect a resort.

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We stayed four nights in a lakeside site on the east side of the park. It was one of the nicest sites we've ever had. Lots of room with wildlife just a few feet away. The interior sites are much more crowded. Did not see any pull-thrus. Naturally some sites were easier to back into than others. There's enough room to back over the grass to get into a site rather than trying to make a 90 degree turn. There was occasional noise from the airport but not bad. On only one morning there was a lot of noise from I-95 which disappeared after rush hour. Verizon phone and hotspot worked well as did OTA TV. Would love to return but only to a lakeside site, not in one of the crowded interior sites.

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Being unable to get a reservation back in December, we instead reserved at a park up the road which turned out to be unworkable. I called Eagle Hammock while we were still at the other campground and got lucky with a very nice overflow spot for 4 nights. It was on the grass next to the end space on E row. The only inconvenience was having 30 amps instead of 50 but we were able to manage. OTA TV was very good. Great walking paths around the lake. Everything is very clean and neat. There were severe thunderstorms but the rain didn't cause any problems for the grassy site. The park manager was wonderful. We would love to stay again.

     

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Christmas RV Park

Christmas, Florida

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Very attractive and well-maintained park. Mostly permanent residents but adequate room for short-term travelers. Didn't use the pool but it looked clean and inviting. Very nice manager and office personnel. Lots of activities available. Good dog park. Nice clean laundry with 6 washers and dryers. No cable but OTA TV worked well. Wifi available only inside the clubhouse. Netflix is blocked so don't plan to download anything to watch offline. Our only complaint is that for $58 per night (weekly rate plus tax) we expect wifi at our site and cable. We would stay again except for the high cost. Another camper said the monthly rate is much better but it is available only from 1st to 1st of month. If you come in during the month you pay the daily rate until the 1st.

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Good place to stay when visiting Columbia. This was our third time there. Site was easy to get in and out and had plenty of room. OTA TV and wifi were both good. We have relatives in the area so will definitely stay again.

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Very nice park with excellent staff. Easy check-in, staff leads you to your site and assists with pulling in. Cable and wifi worked well at site. Free wifi is for email checking and internet surfing. If you want to stream video they have a paid wifi plan with more bandwidth. New bathrooms and laundry with plenty of machines, are very nice (building near back of park, not the laundry around back from the office). There are no convenient laundromats in the area so definitely use the campground's. Old Town Trolley has a free shuttle from the campground to the trolley every morning at 9 and 10. Parking is very limited in St Augustine and there's no place to park a dually so the shuttle is invaluable. We would definitely stay again.

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Our third time at this nice little campground wasn't quite as good as before. Site 13 was long and level enough not to have to unhook, but it had low overhanging branches. We chose not to use the cable but then our antenna got hung up in the branches. Had to get on the roof to disentangle it and get branches out of the way of the slide awnings. Interior roads are tight but manageable. Some long-term units not in good shape. A lot of yelling and door banging going on by nearby long-terms. Sewer didn't work well but that might have been only our site. Campground owner is very nice and you can't beat the Passport America price.

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Great place for an overnight. Close to I-24 but no road noise. Pull-thrus up front are close together and the back row is solid gravel (no grass between sites) but quite adequate for a short stay. Some sites in the back area near the pond are very close together. Very nice owner. Would stay again.

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This place is perfect. Second time we've stopped over night while crossing Missouri. Next time we'll spend several days here. Great owners. Our site was easy to enter and exit and was perfectly level. We could have stayed hooked up if we hadn't needed to get fuel (which we dislike doing with the trailer back). The dog park is wonderful, very big and covered in grass. The landscaping is gorgeous. Space between sites is enough not to feel crowded. Over-air TV was good. Verizon hotspot worked well. Did not try wifi which was being upgraded and we had time left on our hotspot. We will definitely be back!

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Convenient location to explore area. Level gravel sites, adequate room in between and plenty big enough to enter and exit easily. Didn't use the restrooms but checked them out and they were spotless. Landscaping needs work but it's tough to do without rain. This didn't affect our stay, of course, but it would improve the visual appeal. Owner was very nice and accommodating by phone....did not meet him in person. Over-air TV worked well as did Verizon hotspot. Would definitely stay again.

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Nicest owners you'll ever meet. Lovely little campground with everything beautifully kept. They've had tons of work to clean up after the awful floods in 2011 and they've done an amazing job. The front sites are pull-thrus which are easy to enter and exit. They're a bit too close together (thus the 9 instead of 10) but it's fine for a few nights. Back-ins in the back section have a lot more room around them and all look easy to get into. We will choose the back section next time. Over-air TV is good as is the park wifi. Verizon hotspot worked well. We will definitely stay again.