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We really loved the park, a bit of a twisting road up to the park ,but just go slow. Lots to do at the park itself, the caves , gem panning, go carts, indoor mini golf,hiking trails. The gift shop has very reasonable prices on gifts. The staff are very nice and helpful, had a problem with the bus and they put me in touch with a mechanic. The setting is magic, we had the premium lot with a cement patio and cable with over 80+ channels, big enough lot for the toad and the bus. We will come back for a longer stay.

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We like the park because of the easy access from the highway, that's the main reason. The staff are very nice and friendly. Pull thru's without sewers are near the main road , and its very noisy early morning due to the quarry and the WM company right next door. The trucks start just after 5 AM so no need for an alarm. Internet OK, TV on antenna good. Pull through is long but not very wide.

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A well kept park, hard to find since my GPS (Magellan) didn't list it or the road that it was on. It sits between Arbys and a BP gas station. The sign for the park is down the street not on the main road. Very nice staff. Lots of road noise. Long sites so you can stay hooked up.

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Well first off, be careful coming into the park, its on a slope, so if you are a big rig, it tends to twist your RV a bit, the main road is banked the opposite from the park entrance. The park itself is quite clean , a bit rough about the edges but they seem to be trying to clean it up a bit. They have a Tiki bar on Tues and Sat nights with entertainment, which was nice. The pool was heated, but a bit on the small size. The beach is less than a mile from the park. Some of the sites are on the narrow side, just enough for a picnic bench ,some are wider, site #35 was a pull through but narrow. Internet was OK, cable has limited channels. We stayed here twice in April because of the close proximity to the beach. We will stay here again.

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An unusual park, a great view of the gulf. Staff was very nice and helpful. Its a park to just relax and unwind. Little to do here, there is a deck/fishing pier out into the sea which we used a few times. We had a site right next to the bath house, not a good site, it was noisy in the morning ,and the bath house is not for the shy. There is a marina across the road and a gas station just about a mile away for some supplies, otherwise load up before you come, unless you just want beer.

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This is our second visit to the park, the last time was about 7 years ago, much has changed. Firstly the front office has been modified, nice, except that the ramp they have put in is very sharp and my coach scraped part of its front undercarriage on the ramp; it also has happened to a few others by the look of it. The showers needed cleaning better; it looks like the cleaning staff don't own a scrub brush and the soap dispensers were empty for the 2 weeks that we were there.They were no urinals in either men's washroom. The park also has free WiFi, it is at best, abysmal, even right in front of the towers. The park itself was clean and well groomed. We can see a problem with bugs when it gets warmer due to the close proximity of standing water to the camping sites. There is a problem with the park standards. There were a few questionable RV's that came in; converted delivery vans, people camping in cars only, old TVs outside on sites. The best was when some kind soul had helped themselves to one of our pins out of the tow bar, nice. This is the last time to Bayou Segnette for us.

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We belong to Thousand Trails,hence the price per night. Park had some issues with the home schooled kids while we were there, the staff did deal with it but it seems to be an on going problem. Again with the other Thousand Trails park in Orlando, there has been a slide in standards for the RVs and tents that are allowed in. We parked in the overflow part; unfortunately we got stuck because of the soft ground . No park employee came to our aid ,they did say call the tow company and they would pay the bill, that was it. With help from fellow Rvers we manage to get out after a couple of hours. If you go there be careful on what site you pick. Seriously thinking of getting rid of our membership with TT.

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A very nice park, just steps to the beach. They are updating some sites with cement pads, but there are still lots of sites available with the shelters over the picnic tables which we thought was a very good idea. Our site was very large #704. The outdoor pool and lazy river were very clean and well kept. The indoor pool and hot tub were as equally clean and well kept,although the spa was a bit too hot. Lots of other activities, like paddle boats and crazy golf. Golf cart rentals, camp store as well as a laundromat and a propane fill station.

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OK CG for an overnight stay, lots of noise from the I-75 on the top CG, a bit on the seedy side due to the nearby pub and lounge. The park its self is tidy, nice lake and covered pool.The pull-through sites are a bit short, We could just fit the M/H on the site,I couldn't leave the toad attached. a bit pointless for a pull through. We wouldn't stay here again.

     

K-Park

Naples, Florida

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A nice clean well kept but small campground, no amenities, park has new electric system, good water pressure. There are a few sites on the Henderson Creek. The park has 2 fishing piers with moorings for small boats/ canoes. Owners are not on site, but visit a few times a week. A very quite park in a good central location to Naples and Marco Island. All sites are crushed stone. Walmart super center is only 1 mile away.

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Read the other reviews, we were a bit apprehensive about going here, but what a nice surprise, its a well kept tidy camp. We had to find our own site since the office was closed until 2pm, this was a bit time consuming since the sites are not in a usual layout, but we found site 3 (to the left of the office), which had a cement pad and patio. Had a very nice time along with our adopted pets (geese) for the weekend. Wi-Fi was good most of the time, Sat had no problem on this site. We would definitely stay here again.

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Should have read the reviews before booking a site here. If the white knuckle driving through the construction on the I-79 wasn't enough for you , then the trip to this park will make your day. Scary drive to the park, on very narrow roads, glad nobody was coming the other way, very hilly (its Pennsylvania) sites are very close together, difficult if you have a RV over 35ft to get in and out of some sites, wouldn't come here again. The staff were very nice, the only plus I could give it.

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Well kept park, sites are a bit on the small side, as the other reviewer reported, nobody speaks English, over 90% French Canadian. Lots of plane traffic, it starts at 5.50am until 12.00pm, there is also lots of road noise coming from the truck yards that are nearby. We just wanted a park near to the attractions, which it is. Would not stay here for more than a week. Park staff are friendly and speak English.

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Very nice well kept park, all roads are paved with cement as is the RV pads. Great screened pool and hot tub, large club house with Wi-Fi hot spot, mostly friendly people, RV sites are rented by owners and not the park, check out the association paper for sites available (on ancient oaks web page)in the classified section, nearby Wal-Mart and grocery stores, approx 15min away. We would have given it a 10 but the water here contains Sulphur. Monthly rate.

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What a great park with lots of room between sites. Ours was over 100ft to the next site (#1099), and very clean. The pool was not open (opens Memorial Day). It has good Wi-Fi. One problem is that they are doing some construction near the campsites, but the park more than makes up for this.