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The roads and sites are fresh gravel. Our back-in site was level and not too close to the neighboring site. Staff was friendly and helpful. This park is right at the entrance to the park. Gardiner is a nice little town with several restaurants to choose from.

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We arrived after-hours but the office left an envelope for us with the info we needed to find our site. The site was level. There is a grassy area between the sites. The office staff was extremely helpful when asked for suggestions, directions, etc. The Wi-Fi was strong. We stayed two nights.

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The camp sites are generously spaced and there is a lot of grassy area between the sites. We were in site A and it was very level. The lady in the office was very friendly and helpful. The only downside was that the Wi-Fi was too weak to hold the signal. We would definitely stay here again.

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We were very impressed with this campground. The owners obviously take pride in their business. The lots are spacious and there is a lot of grassy area at each site. They even offer free firewood to use in the fire ring. After staying in a state park in West Virginia last night that was very much downhill, it was wonderful to have a level site. We were in site 120. It's also very close to all the tourist stuff. They don't have cable, but there are a few "air" channels you can receive.

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I was very pleased with this RV park. It was clean and fairly well maintained. The site we had was not as level as we would have expected. It tilted a bit to the left and bit down hill. Leveling blocks helped. The employees were nice and helpful. My only real complaint was the large group in the site behind us did not observe the "quiet time." They were outside until after midnight both nights. Oh well, that happens every now and then. I do recommend this park and we will go back the next time we camp in this area.

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We stayed in a oceanfront site. The back of the camper is about 10 feet from the water. Some of these sites have a restricted view due to tall hedges. Be sure to ask for an site with an unobstructed view. The pool looked nice, but we didn't use it. This is the most expensive campground we've ever stayed.

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We stayed here overnight while traveling back home from Key West. The campground has a great set-up for overnighters...easy in, easy out. The lady in the office was very nice and helpful. If you're traveling to Gainesville or the surrounding area this is a good place to stay for a few days. The pool looked nice and there are farm animals for the kids to see. I liked it.!

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I wasn't as impressed with this park as some of the other raters. The streets and sites are all pebbles over dirt. The crushed pebbles turn to dust, so everything gets coated in dust. Also, the Wi-Fi didn't work the entire time we were there. The view of the water was pleasant and the staff was friendly.

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The office staff is very friendly and the check-in process was easy and efficient. We stayed in the newer section. The concrete pad was fairly level and there was plenty of room for our Class C and tow car. The campsite was very spacious and the aren't crammed together. This was our 4th visit to this park.

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This is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Level concrete pads surrounded by grass. We stayed in site 121 on the lake. There's a grocery store and restaurants within a mile or two. The pool is very nice. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.

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I certainly cannot rate this campsite as highly as others have. SOME of the sites have sewer connection, but most don't. Be sure to ask if this is a requirement. We stayed in site 27. It was on a slight downhill slant and was relatively small. Not much room to put outdoor chairs. We could not open the awning because a tree was in the way. The showers were clean but the shower was not a spray. It was a straight stream of water sort of like a garden hose. On the plus side the lake is visually very pleasant and the sandy beach was very nice.

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The park is very nice and the camping area is spacious and adequately shaded. The grounds were clean and well-kept. The sites are relatively large and not too close together. As normal there was the one group who didn't think the 10pm quiet time applied to them. Overall, however, it was a good experience and I will go back if the occasion arises.

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This campground is nicely wooded and most of the sites are shaded and level. While we enjoyed our stay, there are some pros and cons. Pros: level sites, quiet, not crowded, with a decent beach area. Cons: bath house was old and very dated, grass was overgrown, no trash receptacles anywhere in the park (had to go outside the gates to a dumpster), some sites have pea gravel but mine was dirt. Also the site I had was lower than the road. It rained one night so all of the water flooded our site. It appears that there are only two employees (the hosts) who work here. The campground is owned and operated by Georgia Power. I'm very surprised that they invest so little in the maintenance. Oh well, for 20 bucks what should I expect?

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The park staff is very nice and helpful. We were disappointed that the campground no longer has cable available. It was a very quite and peaceful area and it is convenient to a grocery store.

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We camped Wednesday through Friday during the last week of August. The full Summer rate is in effect until October. We were surprised that all of the attractions are now closed except on the weekend. You would think the rate would be less than full rate. There was very little to do. With the exception of that very disappointing fact, we were pleased with the campground. It is beginning to show its age, however. Many of the roads and campsite pads have deteriorated. The campground office folks can give you information about each site that isn't included in the website information, such as whether it is level, drop-offs, close trees, etc.