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Have visited 49 states and 10 Canadian Provinces/Territories and stayed on over 280 campgrounds/RV Parks and Resorts in our motorhome.

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We have stayed her an many occasions ... generally our second night when heading south of two nights before getting home. The staff remains unbelievably friendly and helpful. The campground has clearly had many upgrades and a beautification. They've added a miniature golf course and are in the process of putting in a new pool complex. Despite having many long-term residents, the campground is immaculate. And, in the many times we've stayed there, we have never witnessed any undo noise of campers not observing quite hours. It will remain a major stop for us!

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While we're here for just an overnight stay on our way North, this campground is extremely nice and the staff couldn't be nicer. The Lake, teeming with Mute Swans, Geese and Wood Duck were a great treat. Will plan to make this a stop for our trips back and forth from PA to FL in the future!

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This RV park is extremely convenient to I-10, just 0.6 miles west on US-90. Staff extremely friendly and very helpful prior to our arriving when we had to change our arrival dates twice due to mechanical issues with our tow vehicle. While the sites are a bit narrow, they are quite long and all pull-thrus. The park was also quite clean. Interestingly, this is the first in over 300 campground we've stayed at which had a prohibition on the use of on-board washers and dryers ... but they do have a laundromat. We would no reservations about staying here in the future.

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Although we have stayed at Sun N Fun for a week or so in the past, this winter we were here for four months. The campground is incredibly convenient to visit many friends and family who either live in or winter in the Sarasota area. It is also in close proximity to a Tatum Ridge Golf Course where I played many rounds as well as shopping and two local RV dealers. Sun N Fun "advertises" it has 178 activities available. While we participated in a number of them, we obviously just scratched the surface. Among the most memorable of the special events were two Veterans affairs, and both a 50th anniversary and cancer survivors luncheons. We have already made our reservations for 2018. If we have one complaint it is that the campground does not police its rules regarding the use of golf carts, requiring all drivers to have a valid driver's license. Unfortunately, we encounter too many children driving golf carts, some with little regard for people and vehicles around them ... they're serious accidents waiting to happen.

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We have stayed here on numerous occasions enroute south or returning north from points in Florida. The campground is always clean and the staff extremely friendly. The only drawback is that it lies on one of the departure/takeoff (depending on the wind) flight paths for Jackson International Airport. However, we've never experienced any overnight noise. We will continue to stay here!

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The campground was convenient for visiting Columbia. The staff was helpful and friendly. Would stay here again is visiting the area.

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This campground is as advertised by other reviewers ... Excellent! The staff is very friendly, the sites wide and lean and it has a wide variety of amenities for "children" of all ages (most of which we are not using due to the time of year and rain! Proximity to Raleigh and extremely convenient access to I-95 and I-40.

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We have stayed here on many occasions, generally for the first night out and last night before returning home on north/south trips. The staff is friendly, campground clean and convenient to I-95. We were pleasantly surprised on arriving to discover they were hosting a "Spanish" New Year's Eve dinner. Also, love the morning Pancake/waffle breakfasts! We will continue to return.

     

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Cherry Hill Park

College Park, Maryland

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This campground is an oasis amid the hustle and bustle of the DC-metroplex. It is large, gated and extremely well-maintained and appears to have something for almost everyone. Great walking trail in the surrounding woods. Perhaps the only downside is the traffic noise as it is located in the elbow between I-495 and I-95. although we didn't use them, shuttles run into downtown DC from the campground. While a bit pricey, so are most of the other campgrounds in the area. We will definitely plan to stay here when int he DC/Annapolis area in the future!

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Two Rivers is a convenient campground for visiting the sites in and around Nashville. The staff was very welcoming, provided a wealth of information and is able to obtain tickets to a variety of local venues. Site shaded, level and clean. The evening singers were a real plus! Located immediately next door to Camping World makes RV shopping a breeze.

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This campground is just under 2 miles off I-81 Exits 81 and 84. The drive up the driveway is a bit narrow but easily navigated while towing. The owner and camp hosts could not have been nicer. A flowing stream with a gentle waterfall border the campground provide a for relaxing walks. While there appear to be a number of seasonal campers, they were extremely welcoming. Our only complaint is that the first site we were assigned was not very level and we requested and were allowed to change (a little well-placed gravel would do wonders). We would not hesitate to stay here again or recommend it to others!

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We found this campground more than adequate for our stay; where we did some sightseeing and visited friends. Neighboring lots are nearby. Sites are gravel and mostly shady. Features a picnic table. While a few miles out, it is a quick trip into Little Rock and quite quiet despite being in close proximity to I-40. The owners are great. Our site could have been a bit more level.

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This RV Park was more than satisfactory for a short stay while visiting family and touring the Oklahoma State Capitol and Oklahoma City National Memorial. Although close to I-35, surprisingly quiet. There appears to be two section of the campground, with the newer one and new office under construction but near completion. When arriving along I-35 frontage Road, look for the large sign at the north entrance. Temporary office is the only building in the older section. When complete this will probably be a solid "8" or better.

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Great place to stay if visiting Albuquerque, or even Santa Fe as we did. Helpful and friendly staff. Site a bit tight be more than acceptable. Coming in from the West at Exit 166, we had trouble with what was an almost immediate left on Skyline Drive after coming in off the I-40 Ramp and making a right.

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This was an incredible campground, convenient off I-40, large (yet quite), immaculate. One of the best pool and Spa set-ups, playground and separate ares for waling pets. Internal street wide. Friendly staff. Site easy to enter and exit. Love the buried RV at the entrance which put a smile on our faces after a long day on the road. Simply one of the half-dozen best of more than 300 different campgrounds and RV parks we've stayed at!