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Stayed for a week, not a resort campground but good for what it is. Sites are back-in, gravel, level with good hook-ups. The roads are wide enough to navigate. There are some long term residents, but we noticed plenty of folks just stopping overnight too. There is a bit of road noise and an occasional train. The wifi worked ok, no cable, the pool was clean. There is no campstore, but there is a small area in the office with a tv and table where you can sit and a small laundry room off from the office. The office was not well attended but there is a posted number you can call that was answered right away. There is a good BBQ restaurant right on site where campers can get 10% off meals. Grocery store is not too far in Cahokia. The campground is convenient to downtown St Louis. If you don't want to drive into the city you can drive about 2mi to East Riverfront metro station near Queen Casino, park for free and get a day ticket or round trip ticket. We did this and did not feel like it was unsafe. In fact no one even checks if you bought a ticket. We thought this campground was fine for our needs.

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Agree with others, good for a few nights stay or if you want to visit nearby distilleries or Louisville. The office is only staffed in the afternoon, so if you try to call as we did you may get an answering machine. Someone eventually called back. We were told that if we arrived when no one is in the office to just pick a site in the front, which is what we did. The sites are nice and level, big rig friendly, pull-thru and gravel. They are pretty close together and there is no picnic table but we had full hook-ups. The wifi worked ok. There is no pool, dog run, or store. Laundry is $2.50/washer. Nearby is a big weekend flea market, grocery. Met our needs.

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We were able to get a W/E site for 3 nights. A dump station is available. Park is smaller, sites are pull-thru or back-in, gravel and level. The owner is very friendly, checks to make sure all is well and provides an info sheet on nearby attractions, restaurants, stores. There is no pool, laundry or activity room, but the park is clean, wifi worked well and tv stations were fine. It is very close to Mammoth Cave NP and I65. There is a small fishing pond and field where kids can play. Would stay here again as the value is excellent.

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Decided to stop in Nashville for a few days, this place had one site during a busy weekend and we were able to stay two more days by moving into another site. Staff were very accommodating. Location is close to Grand Ole Opry and Opry Mills. There are back-in and pull-thru sites that are asphalt, big rig friendly and level. The interior roads are nice and wide. The hook-ups are older but ok. There is a pool and nice camp store, laundry, live music on Tues and Sun. There is a privately owned city shuttle that you call ahead that leaves on the half hour $10pp round trip. This was well worth it to go downtown and see the sights. Camping world and another RV dealer service center is right next door as well as restaurants. It is a bit pricey but comparable to others in the area.

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Did not have a reservation but was able to get a spot. This is a small wooded campground convenient to I75. We were given a pull-thru site which was not level as it was on a hill, but we managed as we only stayed one night. Since the park is hilly, most of the back-in and pull-thru sites are at different levels but all have a view of lake Allatoona. We had 50A and water, a nice picnic table/ grill, fire ring and spot for a tent. There is a dump station. There were nice large pavilions and clean bathrooms, one with a washer and dryer. Several campers had brought their boats and we saw folks swimming. There is no wifi or cable tv, no amenities. There are only a few big rig sites. Would stay here again, but would make reservations.

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Good for overnight as it is close to I75. Manager met us at entrance and walked us to our site as the park is small. Our site was pull-thru, gravel and was not level but we managed. There appear to be some long-term RVers but overall the park was quiet and clean. There is a small laundry room with one washer/dryer. A recreation room has tourist info, kitchen, tv, games, puzzles, small movie library and book exchange. We had 50amps, cable tv and used the wifi without too much problem. Would stay here again.

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Stayed five days during a holiday weekend. Many snowbirds have left so we had no problem getting in this park, and it was pretty quiet. Since we got the Passport America rate we had to pay cash. We stayed in a premium site in an area which has large, paved, level back-in sites. There is no shade in this area. There are a fair number of permanent RVs but many were closed up for the summer. There are two pools next to the clubhouse, one is a lap pool. A small book exchange and a few exercise machines are in the clubhouse. Laundry is $1.50/load. The park is gated and the staff keep it very clean. We noticed a tennis court, small nature trail, horseshoe pit, pickleball area, several small ponds but since it is not peak season, no one was using these amenities. The wifi worked well for us and cable tv is available. The office staff are friendly and helpful.

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Stayed for 4 nights (Mon-Thurs)not our first time. Sites are paved, large, shaded. If you book online, there is nowhere to enter rig size but you can enter this in the note section. We have a big rig, so when we arrived we asked the attendant if the site was easy to get into and she said "no, it says difficult back-in" so we asked for an easy back-in site and she was accommodating. The park had many empty sites when we arrived and during our stay. All sites are back-in, some are difficult if your rig is big. The sites and facilities are clean with bike trails, laundry, pool, dog park, plenty of garbage containers. We had good wifi and tv reception. You do not need to bring a vehicle if you stay on Disney property as the transportation is excellent. Golf cart rental is also available. In fact if you get tired of going to the parks, you can find plenty to do at the campground with horseback riding, campfire programs, Segway tours, swimming, boating, etc. Love staying here!

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Stayed here during non-peak season, so the park was pretty empty except for the permanent RVs some of which looked in poor shape. We were put in a grassy site up the hill in the back of the park. We asked if we could change to a site with a concrete pad, this was no problem and we weren't charged the extra $5/night. The site was fairly level, but many of the grassy sites did not look level and there are no picnic tables. The park has premium sites that are huge with a double concrete pad. There is a nice size pool, fitness room, small golf course, boat ramp that goes to Little Lake Harris and small camp store where you check in. The only wifi hotspots were in laundry area and fitness room. There is no cable. The laundry room was near the entrance which was inconvenient for us as we were far from it and the trash dumpster as well. There is a clubhouse which was locked probably due to the off season and the library which has some books for trade was oppressively hot as the air conditioner was off. The location is good for Leesburg, Tavares, Mt Dora and Eustis where you can find restaurants, grocery stores and other lakes. This park is probably very crowded during peak season and may be booked up way in advance. We found this park adequate.

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Stayed a week paying the Passport America non-peak rate. The campground sits behind a Days Inn, so watch for the small sign as it is easily missed. Not a big campground, has mostly permanent trailers. Our site was shaded, fairly level, back-in, there seemed to be lots of ants. There is a pool, playground, laundry and hall. The wifi is free and worked well. Restaurants and stores are nearby, beach is within driving distance. The place was pretty quiet as many of the snowbirds had left. The office staff were friendly.

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This is an Escapees park so staff were very friendly. The park was mostly empty since it is not peak season. Sites are grass with concrete patio, mostly back-in with some pull-through. The activities room looked in need of some repair, but it was large, has a small book exchange, small dvd library, pool table, tv. There were no activities going on and I didn't see a swimming pool. They offer smart weigh and propane filling services. There is no wifi or tv reception. The park was quiet, shady with lots of birds. Not a resort campground, but nice.

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We stayed here Sunday-Wednesday to get the Passport America rate. The campground was empty. The sites are level, concrete, pull-through or back-in and big rig friendly. There is very little shade. Amenities include a very nice pool, bar area, snack bar(didn't seem to be open during our stay), laundry, pond, pavilion, club room. There is free wifi which was pretty good, no cable tv. The campground was clean and staff are friendly. I imagine the place is more crowded on the weekends as they do have a weekend activity schedule and entertainment. The campground is convenient to town and attractions such as Avery Island, Jeanerette museum, plantations. There is a fairgrounds in front of the campground, but besides some road noise and hearing a train, it was pretty quiet. There was some rain during our stay, with some puddles, but good drainage.

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This is the first Escapees park and also the Escapees headquarters. We stayed here as we have family in Houston and we had a package to pick up through the Escapees mail service. I agree with others that the park is dated. The sites are grass and gravel, pull through or back-in. The picnic tables are worn looking, there is no cable and poor antenna reception, wifi is available for a daily $3 fee or $15 weekly fee. Some of the sites are long-term, some are for the care center users. But what makes up for all this is that everyone we met was friendly, there is an evening social at the clubhouse, breakfast at the Care Center that benefits the Care Center and a thrift store that does the same. We highly recommend the onsite smart weigh service to weigh your rig/tow vehicle for $55. This was done by a very professional person who stresses safety. There is a pool and activity center, a book exchange, free movie rental, line dancing classes, exercise classes, lots of information about RV living. We use the mail service which has been efficient. While we were there there were lots of caterpillars, but I am sure this was due to the time of year. Overall we had a good experience and would stay here again.

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Nice park on a small lake. We stayed in 50A, water site, though they have full hook-up sites available. There are lots of trees, so can be difficult to maneuver with a big rig. We are 39ft. The campground hosts are friendly and helpful, the sites are spacious, somewhat level, with fire pit and picnic table. Prairie loop where we were are all back-in sites. We had a good bit of rain during our stay but noticed most sites were dry with no flooding. There are trails, bike paths, fishing and a small nature center. Grocery store and restaurants are 7 mi away. We had a pleasant stay.

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There are 30 water and electric sites at this campground. The sites are back-in, paved, big rig friendly and mostly level. There is a fire ring, nice covered picnic table and BBQ grill at each site. All have a view of the lake. There are very few amenities, no camp store, no pier, no pool, no playground, no lake swimming area that I could see. If you have a boat, there is a launch. The campground is quiet; there were deer roaming in the distance and birdwatching opportunities. There is a food market and a few restaurants in town within a few miles. Some of the sites are first come first serve, they filled up over the weekend. We had a pleasant stay here.