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The beach loop at Edisto offers a great view of the ocean from some sites, especially the ones right along the beach. The view out our front window was fantastic, and the beach access was only about 100' from our site. The winds are fairly constant, so keep that in mind when deploying awnings, etc. The sites are sand and sparse grass, typical of seashore most sites. The park work campers are constantly attending to sites as they become empty, cleaning out fire pits and raking the sand. The hookups are conveniently located, although hooking up to the water may not be a good idea. The water is fairly salty, although the town does treat it to make sure it's safe. There's a good water supply point nearby in town, where you can draw up to 5 gallons per day, or make sure you bring a good supply with you. The 30 amp electric at 120 volts was very stable. Our Verizon voice and data service was strong, and our open site made getting a satellite signal easy. The OTA TV signals from Charleston were also quite strong. We very much plan a return visit here in the future.

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There are enough attractions at this park to keep anyone busy for at least a few days. The carillon tower tolls the hours and periodically plays selections of Stephen Fosters music. It is quiet at night though. The museum is not large, but it is interesting, and on some days they have live music with local performers playing period instruments. There is also a crafts and gift shop, and a crafts village where artisans work on their specialties. The hiking trails are extensive and interesting, including a section of the "Florida Trail" that parallels the Suwanee River. Our pull-thru campsite was spacious and separated from other sites by foliage, although other sites could still be seen. The hookups were well placed, and the tree cover was sparse enough that we had no problem getting a satellite signal with our portable dish. Verizon voice and data cell service was moderately strong and worked well. We plan to return again next winter.

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Our wide back-in site was partially shaded, although not as level as would have liked. Boards were needed under our front jacks before we could level the coach. The FHU hook ups are conveniently located midway at the side of the site. The park is well maintained by the work campers and hosts. Finding a clear satellite view for our portable dish was a bit of a challenge, but doable. Our Verizon cell voice and data services worked well, and OTA TV stations were fairly strong. As others have noted, the Rainbow River head-springs are about 7 road miles away, but your park car pass also gets you in that entrance at no additional charge. There's a nature trail for walking, although it's not as nicely laid out as some of the other FL state parks, with no signage to indicate what the various foliage consists of, or what animals might be in the area. There is a bear warning sign and small bird display at the trail head though. We would return here when in the area, although we would hope for a more level site next time.

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The rate we paid reflects the monthly rate plus the $1/day we paid for metered electric. Our requested full hookup 30 amp site drive in site was level and nicely shaded. It was located adjacent to a partially full rain water retention pond that was frequented regularly by sandhill cranes and other water birds as we sat out on our concrete patio enjoying the view. The pasture behind us had both a herd of beef cattle and flocks of wild turkeys wandering about at various times. The park has many scheduled activities, and a number of restaurants and stores, including a Super Walmart, are only 5 miles away in Bushnell. As expected the other Escapee RV Club members and park workers are quite friendly, and the offered "Escapee hug" at check-in is something we always look forward to when visiting this and other Escapee parks. The satellite view from our site was limited by the trees, easily done with our portable dish. Verizon cell service was quite strong, with a tower within view of the park, so our phones and hotspot worked very well for us here. The park work campers do a good job of keeping the park clean and in good repair, but some of the facilities do show their age. A number of the sites also show their mobile home origins in the odd patio layouts shared utility stanchions. All in all, we very much like this park, and we made our reservations for next winter before leaving.

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Midway is a small, but very clean and neat park. The hosts and work campers do a great job of keeping everything in good order. Despite the heavy rains prior to and during our stay, our site was well drained once the rain stopped. The sites are electric only, but water and a dump station are conveniently located near the front of the park. The restrooms are cleaned regularly, and are in excellent condition. There are no showers though. A resident gator and some babies live in the center pond, and more can be seen across US41 in the adjacent canal. Fish and birds are also abundant, as well as some turtles. The nearby visitors center is well worth a visit, to see even more gators and related exhibits. There is some road noise from the nearby highway, but it's not overly intrusive. We will most certainly be visiting here again.

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We have a large back-in site with no nearby neighbors. We really enjoy the quiet atmosphere, and the walking trails are great for exercise. The "horse loop" is sparsely occupied, but there are a couple of beautiful horses stabled in the nearby barn. The last time we were here, that were quite few more horses to admire. The check staff was friendly and helpful, and the work campers are regularly in attendance checking and cleaning sites as soon as guests leave. Our site is quite open, making satellite aiming very easy, and our Verizon cell service is quite good here. The OTA TV signals from Tampa are also very strong. The sites are water and electric only, but the dump station is very convenient with easy access. We will definitely be coming here again!

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We stayed here for 4 nights to catch up on shopping before continuing on our way to Florida. The park is just a mile north of the Florida state line. All sites except the tent sites are pull-thru, and most have a picnic table and fire ring. The angled sites make them seem larger than they actually are, so you don't feel crowded in. The staff is very friendly, the guide to our site was helpful without being overbearing about guiding us in. The free pancake or waffle breakfast is a nice treat, and served every day. They have a cute little barrel "train" pulled by a golf cart, that they use to give smaller children rides throughout the park. The dog park is fairly large, and kept stocked with poop bags, as are a couple of other locations. The free WiFi is quite good considering how full the park was during our stay. Our site gave us a good satellite view, and the park cable system has a pretty extensive channel selection. Verizon cell service was quite good here. We will most certainly be returning here!

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This is a small quiet park out in the country, with a cow pasture next door that we enjoy watching as the cows roam around. We find the 5 mile distance from I-95 well worth the time, even for our overnight stop. The gentleman that checked us in and filled our LP tank was friendly and helpful, and even guided us to our site. The park does not have cable, and OTA TV channels are sparse, but our satellite dish worked just fine. The park does have WiFi available, but it's a satellite service, so it's pretty limited. We used our Verizon hotspot, with a good signal for data and our cell phones. We will be back here.

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We stayed here for 2 nights on our way to Florida to recharge a bit before continuing on. The park is well laid out with mostly pull-thru sites, and quite easy for big rigs to maneuver. The fellow at the desk was friendly and efficient, and quickly had us checked in. The restrooms and showers are very clean and heated. The cable and WiFi services are quite good, and our site gave us a good satellite view as well. Verizon cell service is very good here. The park is just over a ridge from I-81, so the road noise is almost unnoticeable. There's a Flying J with a Denny's right at the exit making refueling your vehicle and body very convenient. We will absolutely be returning!

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Shenandoah is an overnight stop for us on our way to Florida in January. The park was lightly occupied and the WiFi and cable services worked very well. The office staff was friendly and helpful. Our site was relatively level, well within range for our auto-leveling system. Verizon cell service is strong, and the open sites are great for satellite service. The park is an easy on and off for I-81, but the close proximity does lead to noticeable traffic noise. We will definitely be returning.

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This was an overnight stop for us on our way to Florida. The park was nearly empty, but that's not surprising in January. We just really appreciate that they're open year round! The staff is friendly and the facilities are well maintained. The guide to our site was polite and informative, without unnecessarily trying to over control our parking. The on-site deli/camp store is extensive, and the hot food on their menu is delicious on a cold night. They deliver to your site as well. The WiFi is adequate with reasonable speeds, but I don't know how it is when the park is busier. Verizon cell service is strong, and their cable system has a good variety of channels. We most certainly will be back!

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For us, The Villages at Turning Stone is what we wish most RV parks were like. The sites are immaculate and well spaced, with room for even the largest rigs. The free shuttle buses to and from the casino are a plus. We only stayed overnight this trip, but we'll be back when we can spend more time checking out all the features of this fine park. The free cable TV system has a good selection of channels, and the free WiFi is one of the best we've encountered anywhere, with consistent 10 meg down and 5 meg up speeds. Our Verizon cell signals were strong as well. Our site had a good satellite view for the channels the park cable doesn't carry. Previous reviews have covered the various features of this park, and there appears to something for just about everyone here.

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Letchworth State Park and the Genesee River valley, the "Grand Canyon of the East", is well worth a visit. Allow at least a full day for touring the overlooks and stopping at the Visitors Center and nearby museum. The campground has 8 loops, with some designated as no pets. We were on site 824, which was spacious and reasonably private with a gravel driveway, but off level. It took several blocks under our rear wheels and jacks to get level. The sites are electric only, but water spigots are scattered around the loops, and a three lane dump station is located along the entrance road. Our Verizon cell and data service worked well, although the signal levels were towards the low side. Our site had a Dish network eastern arc satellite view through a gap in the trees, but the western arc and DirecTV birds would have been difficult to see. Many sites are heavily treed though, making them even more difficult for satellite use. OTA TV stations for the major networks are about 35 miles away, and should be viewable with good antenna system. Overall this is a really nice park, and we will be returning to some of the places we skipped due to rain. We will try for a more level site though.

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The good news is the park is very close to the Interstate and the Bluewater Bridge to Canada, making it very convenient for an overnight stop before crossing the border. The bad news is the park is very close to the Interstate and the Bluewater Bridge to Canada, making for constant road noise 24/7. That issue aside, the park appears to be well kept up, and the woman that checked us in was very pleasant and accommodating. Our premium site had very good 50 amp electric and a well placed sewer connection. The water spigot was one of four on a single riser servicing four sites, and required about 35' of hose to reach it. The site was a bit closer to the neighboring sites than we like though. The park WiFi was quite good at about 5 meg down and 3 meg up. Our Verizon signal was excellent as well. All in all, we felt this was a good overnight or short term stay location, but a bit to close and noisy for a longer term stay.

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This beautiful state park is on the shore of Lake Ontario, and just 20 minutes away from Niagara Falls State Park and all its attractions. A number of premium sites have a nice lake view on the 200 Loop, as did our non-premium site across the road. The electric only site (#225) we were on was level and spacious, with a picnic table and fire pit. Water spigots are spread throughout the park, and there was about 75' from our site. There is a dump station on the 200 loop, and another one at the main park entrance. The camp store has the basics, but not much else. The staff is friendly and helpful. We stopped here on a layover on our way to Ontario and Michigan, and we will be back again!