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River Country Campground, Gadsden, Alabama

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
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I really liked this campground, though it was near impossible to maneuver my 45' rig into a spot. With some excellent guidance from staff and the watchful eye of my wife, we made it. Barely. The swimming pools are pretty nice (deep blue from a liner in the cement pond) one of which is an infinity pool. Sites are available on the river and the bay for $2/night more, and worth that little bit. The do niggle the prices a bit too much, but it's still relatively inexpensive. I had to leave one night early and no refund, but they tell me I will have a credit for the next time, which is reasonable. They need to make bigger sites. Yes, they give you two because one couldn't possibly fit a motorhome and a towed, but if they reconfigured to have fewer, larger spaces everyone would be happier. We camped at River Country Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Birmingham South Campground, Pelham, Alabama

Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $42.00
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Listen, it's not a bad place. Just not a great place. It needs some serious repaving and the spaces are tight for a big rig to get into (but I did it!) because one side is flanked by random concrete (broken up) and the other by railroad ties that encompass the hookups. The power was steady, and we can pull some amps, but the Wi-Fi was like most and slooooow. We didn't use the bathrooms. Nice staff, delivered a package for us after hours. We will likely stay again, but I'm gonna gripe about being too expensive for what it is. If they paved the place and removed the barriers to getting into a site it would easily be worth the $42. We camped at Birmingham South Campground in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Endless Caverns Resort, New Market, Virginia

Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $36.00
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A beautiful place to spend the night, with scenery and ambiance that took me back decades. Still, it is clean and well put together. Our site was big, though unlevel, and all hookups worked great. Wi-Fi signal was strong and, maybe because we were one of the few in the park, fairly fast (there is only so much bandwidth to go around, so more people equals less for you). I almost surprisingly had no trouble getting into the site, and I did it in a 45 foot bus towing a full size pickup. We camped at Endless Caverns Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Nature's Resort RV Park, Homosassa, Florida

Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $36.00
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We happened to be here during "Chili Cookoff" weekend and the place was hopping! We drive a bus and, while a bit tight getting down the main lane, people moved to the side to let us through and I never sweated it a bit. Sites are ordinary, but pressure was good and power was clean and the sewer went somewhere else. Can't ask for more. The pool was nice and clean, as were the restrooms. The kids didn't complain about the showers. I liked riding my bike around the campground and everyone was really, really friendly. If we had more than three days there I would have liked to go to "Wings and Things" at their waterside bar. It was cheap enough and I heard that the wings are good. We also missed the chili, go figure, because we rented a pontoon boat one day and kayaks the next. Therein lies my one complaint. The boats had too many broken or missing things. For instance, the radio was broken and some large-backed individual totally destroyed the seat back on the pontoon, rendering it useless and causing discomfort to the captain (me). The same person appears to have used our kayaks, as the backs were just gone. This makes the whole ride uncomfortable. I know it costs money, but the campground should repair these types of things. Overall though, this was a fun place with plenty to do in the area. We camped at Nature's Resort RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

American Wilderness Campground, Grafton, Ohio

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $51.00
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I had to type this review while we are still here, so that I wouldn't miss the details. First, and note it well, there are NO SEWER HOOKUPS! My wife assumed that "big rig access" and a pull-through equals full hookups. Live and learn. No laundry in the motor home, no dish washing, and navy showers for me and mom. The kids can go to the bath house, right? Well, the one nearest us is "rustic" with a toilet seat over a 15 foot waste-drop and a ton of flies. The other was by the registration center was dirty and smelled like excrement. It was also next to the system they use to treat the sewage they get, which was full of sludge. They obviously WANT to have a nice place, but it isn't possible. Registration is nice and new. The lake beach is groomed and pretty, but the water level is low and there is a pipe connecting the lake to the fish pond. Really? The kids area has a gold panning area, but it is extra, and the game room was closed by 8. Volleyball is here, but the net sags. Ok for a pickup game I guess. Sites are rock, roads are dust. Big rig friendly is, unfortunately, usually decided by someone who doesn't drive one. Putting a huge rock on either side of a gateway that I have to turn 90 degrees to get into is NOT friendly for a 45 foot rig. If they had charged me $20, I would still have given them a 5-6 for effort, but my tab was $52 AFTER the Good Sam discount! It was $6 extra for showing up at 11 instead of 2, and $5 each for the extra kids. I wouldn't mind at all if they didn't have these issues, but that isn't the case. We camped at American Wilderness Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Tropical Palms Resort and Campground, Kissimmee, Florida

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $35.00
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Depending on the section you are in, it can be a swing from nice to, well, let's not say.  They are reasonably priced. Our first site had only 30 amp service. You would have expected them to notice the 44 foot rig we came in and it's three air conditioners, but they didn't. They did, however, move us promptly and easily when asked. The new spot was closer to the park models, which are actually pretty nice looking on the outside if you don't think about what they are. Water hookups were unusual, coming straight out of the ground.  The pool was packed on a holiday weekend. No surprise there. We ate in their cafe and were pretty happy with the standard burgers, fries and beer.  We were here a couple years ago, came back, and would do it again.  We camped at Tropical Palms Resort and Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Cartersville / Cassville-White KOA, Cartersville, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $42.00
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We stopped in for an over nighter. Spaces are tight and roads are slightly more narrow than I would prefer for a 44 ft rig towing a truck.  Sites were level gravel. I had to unhitch to fit in though, as they are long enough, but the hookups are too far to the rear of the site for me to connect without backing up the rig.   It was clean, the people were nice, and the pool open until 9. Great big dog walking area too.  We camped at Cartersville / Cassville-White KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Cedar Point Resorts / Lighthouse Point Campground, Sandusky, Ohio

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $99.00
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Great campground, with or without the amusement park next door. Perfectly level site, space between rigs was good, water pressure great, clean grounds. Like Fort Wilderness, but better. We paid $150/night for a pull through but that included tickets to the park. We camped at Cedar Point Resorts / Lighthouse Point Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Mammoth Cave, Cave City, Kentucky

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $50.00
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Well: it IS a nice park for kids. Activities are planned, although several times no one (guests) showed up. The pool and slide are nice. But: the sites are terribly unlevel, trash is strewn around, flies are a hazard, and there are no trees to speak of. We continuously blew the breaker on our 50 amp site. (We think it was because of the drier, but the generator could handle it.) The pool Is overly crowded because they sell admission to the locals. I would stay again, but would expect less than I did this time. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Mammoth Cave in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga, Rossville, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $40.00
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Wi-fi was broken, but that happens. Sites were tight, but manageable, even with a 44 foot rig towing a truck. Clean as a whistle and friendly staff. Half of the park seems to be seasonals, but thankfully they segregate them. We camped at Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA (Closed temporarily), Sugarloaf Key, Florida

Date of Stay: December, 2009 - $99.00
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The fee is $105/night PLUS $8/kid/night. The spaces are tight. The staff is friendly. There is a Pub. The pool is warm. We camped at Sugarloaf Key / Key West KOA (Closed temporarily) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Honesdale / Poconos KOA, Honesdale, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $45.00
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Beautiful park, very friendly owners. Kids had fun. Pig roast was fun. Ask for a site next to Flo, a seasonal. She's a hoot. We camped at Honesdale / Poconos KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Hersheypark Camping Resort (formerly Hershey Highmeadow Campground), Hummelstown, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $65.00
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The sites are small but, level. There was thick smoke at night. The pool was good, if a little cold for Floridians. We found the shuttle was helpful. We camped at Hersheypark Camping Resort (formerly Hershey Highmeadow Campground) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 7
Helpful Reviews: 1

Drummer Boy Camping Resort, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $65.00
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This place nickels and dimes. For example: Show up early? Extra. Wifi? Extra. Water slide advertised as part of the family draw? Extra. Mini golf? Extra. Golf carts? More than renting a car. Staff? Rudeness masquerading as concern. At least they tried. The site slopes, but auto leveling managed to (barely) handle it. We camped at Drummer Boy Camping Resort in a Motorhome.

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