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Very nice park associated with the Hollywood Casino. We had reservations, but as others have said, the routine is to call the hotel front desk from a phone in the laundry room to complete the entire transaction. We picked a spot and a friendly, helpful man on a golf cart came around. He had to call the desk by radio to confirm we had checked in, then was authorized to unlock the utility box. Beware the biting gnats at dusk! I am from down South, but I have little experience with these guys - though they are easily dissuaded by insect repellant. The campground is conveniently located near the casino. I would return to this park.

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Quiet, well-tended campground in a somewhat rural area of Florida north of Tampa-Saint Pete. Many of the people staying there were retirees wintering or just visiting the area. The camp hosts were friendly. This was more than adequate for a one night stop. It is interesting to see and stay in the less urbanized areas of Florida. I recommend this park.

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This was an acceptable park, especially since our choices were limited in the Fort Meyers area due to availability in the peak season. We had a standard back in site, dirt with concrete picnic table pad. Getting in was somewhat tricky due to the narrow distance between the power pole and keeping the door side wheels off the concrete pad to assure being level, as well as a caution not to back the trailer wheels over the buried water lines near the rear of the site. Mostly park models in our area of the park. The staff was friendly and professional. There seemed to be plenty of activities for long term residents, mainly snowbirds. The pool always seemed crowded and there were pickle ball and tennis games played at courts across from us each night. This area is not as flashy as the resort areas further south on both the Gulf and Atlantic Florida coasts, but not bad. There are plenty of eating and shopping options not far away.

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A real treasure in the Florida Keys, based on some of the other RV parks we saw between Key Largo and Key West. We lucked into a site for 3 nights during the winter season on short notice, which in this case was 3 months. Many people from up north enjoying extended stays down here. The facilities are somewhat old, but adequate. Many of the sites are on the tight side, but we got a fairly roomy shaded site. It was only 30 amp, but that was what was available. No sewer, but a "honey wagon" comes by and will dump for a small fee. Personnel were friendly. Rumor has it that the owner has sold the property and the park will close this spring. Too bad. This was quite a place in the Florida Keys.

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This is a really nice park. Though it is in a very developed suburban area in metropolitan Miami, it seems like a refuge out in the country surrounded by major streets. It is actually quiet at night. Check in was professional. The park is clean and well maintained. The access roads to the RV sites are not exactly wide, they are winding and less than perfectly marked, so have a map or satellite image available as you drive from the check in point to your site the first time. Parking at the office where you check in is not exactly spacious. This is an ideal spot to serve as a base to tour Miami. We would stay here again.

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We made an overnight unscheduled stop at this park trying to get back on schedule after an unanticipated tow vehicle repair way back up the road. I mean arrive at 9:00 pm and leave soon after the office opened at 8 am. We arranged the reservation over the phone in route earlier in the day and the process was handled smoothly. We got the last site they had, a basic pull through at the front of the park, easy in/easy out which suited our purposes well. That is, until the dumpsters which were also conveniently located right by our site were emptied very noisily at 4:00 am. This is really a very pretty, heavily wooded park. It is very near I-75, a convenience, but I really did not hear the highway. Quite a few park models on one side of the park and RV's on the other. I would say most were long term winter dwellers. It was obviously a well maintained park. I would stay here again if I was staying in the Ocala area, hopefully at a site a little further away from the dumpsters. The rate given is the daily overnight rate.

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We stayed here for one night. It is a very nice KOA out in the country west of greater Palm Beach. Check in was efficient, friendly and professionally handled. Getting into my pull through site was a little tight and tricky, but I had the usual KOA golf cart guide to help. I actually got more detailed step by step direction than I am used to. We were here on a weekend night and a lot of the visitors seemed to be there enjoying the recreational facilities which appeared to be quite nice and well maintained. The park in general is in good shape. You could actually hear the lions sounding off in the Lion Country Safari right beyond the park fence. The host at check in advised us that it would be a possibility. I would stay here again.

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We stayed at this park for one night when we had the need for an unexpected stay due to a warranty repair on our tow vehicle. It served that purpose well. Check in was friendly. I agree with several other reviewers. The concrete pads are somewhat cracked and the site does have drainage issues, evidenced by standing water on the roadways. The sites themselves are elevated above the roads, so I did not see the problem with them. The park is very near Interstate 10, so the noise is constant. However, with a fan or air conditioner running, I would consider it "white noise" which sort of fades into the background. I might consider staying here again if need be. My impression on staying in the immediate Gulfport or Biloxi is that you stay near the interstate or near the railroad tracks at the private RV parks.

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We stayed at this park for one night when we had the need for an unexpected stay due to a warranty repair on our tow vehicle. It served that purpose well. Check in was friendly. I agree with several other reviewers. The concrete pads are somewhat cracked and the site does have drainage issues, evidenced by standing water on the roadways. The sites themselves are elevated above the roads, so I did not see the problem with them. The park is very near Interstate 10, so the noise is constant. However, with a fan or air conditioner running, I would consider it "white noise" which sort of fades into the background. I might consider staying here again if need be. My impression on staying in the immediate Gulfport or Biloxi is that you stay near the interstate or near the railroad tracks at the private RV parks.

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Very nice and clean park on the outskirts of Georgetown. Host and staff are courteous. Residents here have well kept RV's. Very long pull through's This is a good stop for an overnight if traveling north-south on I-35 or for an extended visit to the greater Austin metropolitan area. As others have said, the approach is complicated by the arrangement of the SH130 turnpike/I35 interchange in the immediate area. Your GPS may even take you through a residential area, but it was no problem for my trailer. Payment is by cash or check.

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This is a beautiful, well run park on the banks of the White River. We had a back in site right on the river. The owner is friendly and very helpful. The town of Cotter is not large, but a couple of restaurants and convenience stores are available. Fishing supplies and guide services are also available. Mountain Home, with many more options, is about 10 miles away. Here it is about friendly people, fishing and sitting on a riverside in the scenic Ozarks. The laundry room was nice and had a chest freezer for storing the fish you have caught during your stay.

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I must say, this has to be one of the quietest & most peaceful parks I have ever visited. It is near no major highways, airports or major rail lines and we visited Sunday evening and early week in the fall, so few families were there. It was mainly older adults there enjoying the solitude. There is a power plant directly across the lake, but it is a quiet one. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is well laid out and well kept. We stayed in a beautiful lakeside site thanks to reserving early. As I have observed at other Arkansas state parks, there are interesting tours and presentations offered by the rangers routinely. It is a relatively short drive to Hot Springs.

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This is a really nice, well laid out park associated with the Paragon Casino of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe. It is a fairly big park, but we stayed just one night on a Sunday night, so it was not crowded at all. Facilities are well kept. Trash receptacles and restrooms are very conveniently located. The staff at the park and the casino are very friendly, courteous and helpful. One note: just about any route into or out of this park from the north or the west involve 2-lane Louisiana state highways, in some cases going down residential streets.

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This is a nice, clean, friendly and well run RV park located conveniently on the west side of Shreveport near I-20. The park is a little over a quarter mile from the interstate, so there is some detectable road noise, but it pretty much is just low background noise. It is near stores and other urban conveniences, but in a wooded area that is not yet developed to a great extent. We had no problem with satellite reception. My one gripe is the location of a metal post close to the entrance to my pull through site which seemed to serve no useful purpose other than to potentially damage trailers trying to get into the site. I had to drive over a curb due to the tight turn and still came within 2 feet of the post with my trailer. This was not typical of other sites in the park. The staff was friendly and helpful. We asked to stay a little past the posted checkout time due to a late check in time and short drive to our next destination. We were accommodated courteously.

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This is a nice, clean, friendly and well run RV park located conveniently on the west side of Shreveport near I-20. The park is a little over a quarter mile from the interstate, so there is some detectable road noise, but it pretty much is just low background noise. It is near stores and other urban conveniences, but in a wooded area that is not yet developed to a great extent. We had no problem with satellite reception. My one gripe is the location of a metal post close to the entrance to my pull through site which seemed to serve no useful purpose other than to potentially damage trailers trying to get into the site. I had to drive over a curb due to the tight turn and still came within 2 feet of the post with my trailer. This was not typical of other sites in the park. The staff was friendly and helpful. We asked to stay a little past the posted checkout time due to a late check in time and short drive to our next destination. We were accommodated courteously.