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This is my second stay at this park. I rated it highly in 2008 and it is still a very nice park. The sites are spacious, on a concrete slab and very level. The utilities are good. The site we had offered a view of the lake. The only draw back to this park is that the only sites avaliable to the PA discount are back-ins, and butt up against the highway outside the park. I will stay in this park again if I am in the area.

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We stayed here compliments of La Mesa RV while they waited for parts to repair our motorhome. The park is excellent, wide streets, large lots with level cement slabs, good utilities and the park is convienent to interstate 75. It is a secure park with a pass card to enter. The park is new and parts are still under construction. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This park is easy to get to from Hwy 4. The sites are large, the roads are kind of narrow, but we had no trouble with our 40 ft motorome. The utilities were excellent. The only drawback to our stay was we were assigned a site with a overhanging branch from a very large oak tree. It scraped along the top of the coach. I informed the staff and the maintenance man and they seemed indifferent to the problem. The price reflects the Passport America discount.

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The owner put us in the "new" part of the park. It consisted of 5 spaces, had cement pads, decent water pressure and good electric service. There is no bathrooms nor showers in this section. It is mainly in an open field. It is a good overnight park. We would stay again only because it is close to all the fun stuff in Savannah.

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This campground is a very clean, well taken care of park. The electric amps and water pressure are excellent. The sites are nice and level and very roomy. They have large cement pads with a picnic table and even provide a large rubber door mat to wipe your feet. There is a satellite dish at every site also. The manager is very friendly and guided us to our pull-through site. The park is within driving distance of Charleston and some of the beaches of the South Carolina coast. We would definitely stay here again.

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This campground is very hard to find. It is behind the Budget Host Inn. The signage is very bad. Entrance requires a hard left turn around a dumpster fence and onto a very narrow road. Once into the campground another series of very tight turns are required to get to the pull thru sites. I had to unhook my car to be able to back up and access the full hook-ups. I will not stay here again as it is not designed for anything bigger that a 20 foot camper. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome.

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This is a nice campground. We stayed in Phase 4 of the campground and had full hook ups. The batrooms could have been cleaner. The pass card they gave us didn't work and neither did the second one. The sewer inlet was about a foot above the ground, making it almost unusable. These negatives prompted a rating of 7. I would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a wonderful county park. There is no sewer hook-ups, but the water pressure is good as is the electrical voltage. The park has two areas, "A" and "B". The A area is the newest and requires a reservation, it has cement pads and full hook-ups and is $5.00 more per night. "B" section has gravel sites, mostly back-ins, mature trees, lots of room and is away from the road into the park. This section is on a first come first served basis. Weekends fill up starting on Thursdays; weekdays however is mostly empty. Some of the sites are a long way from the bath house. The area is rolling hills and is beautifully landscaped. It is about 5 miles to town and all the amenities that a person would need. I will be back to this park.

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The rate of $18 quoted reflects the Passport America rate. The limit for PA is two nights and I chose that option. As mentioned before the roads are terribly dusty throughout the park. There is also a lot of Potholes, both leading into the park and all throughout the place. The power and water pedestals are not positioned correctly and the sewer inlet pipe was sticking about a foot and a half out of the ground. Both my electric cord and water hose were stretched to their limit in order to hook up my rig. There is nothing to do in the park as far as pools, play areas, and relaxation areas. The normal rate in this park is $36. I would not stay here again.

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This is a city park on the edge of Sleepy Eye lake. There are no water nor electric hookups. The sites are reasonably level and have easy access, and are very large. There are satellite toilets available, and there is a toilet in the nearby pavilion. This is a good overnight park. I would stay here again.

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This is a very clean, nice county park off the beaten path. It was almost empty the whole time we were here. The spots are spacious, level and easy to back into. The is no water nor sewer connections at the sites. They do have a hose at the entry to fill your fresh water tanks and a dump station to flush the holding tanks when you leave. There was one other camper in the park while we were there during the week. We would come back if in the area.

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This is a very nice county park. The camp hosts are very gracious and accommodating. The roads are paved but very narrow. The sites are huge, size wise, however they are just barely long enough for a large (40ft) rig and a car or truck. They only have 30 amp service and the water is rusty and left a stain in my commode. The price reflects a senior discount and is good only Monday thru Thursday. The road thru the campground is raised and very narrow and it is somewhat difficult to back into the sites without the front wheels of the rig dropping off the edge of the roadway. As the previous commentary stated the park has a nice swimming beach, lots of picnic areas, a playground, a boat ramp and lots of areas to hike, ride a bike or just enjoy the outdoors. It is very difficult to get a spot to camp on week-ends as they can reserve the spots in January for the whole summer. I would stay here again.

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I have stayed in this campground before. This year the sites were poorly maintained, the seasonal sites were junky and the price had increased greatly with no improvements. While I was staying there the lake had overflowed and half the campground was flooded. The water came within about two inches of my site. I chose to stay until my prepaid month expired. I will not stay here again.

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This is a very nice campground. The sites are spacious, level and most have a shade tree. All the hook ups are as they should be. The connection boxes could be positioned further back tho. There is a free shuttle bus that comes thru the park every 10 minutes or so to take you over to the casino, and bring you back to your site. The only downside to this park in my opinion is the security gate into the park. It is a very narrow entry way and you have to swipe the security card to raise the gate. This makes it difficult if you have a big rig and or pulling a trailer. Be sure and use the right lane as you are going in. It is wider and the left one is for cars. There is a guard shack by the gate, but I didn't see anyone manning the house. I would stay here again.

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This park does not offer any discounts. The staff are great. The man that lead me to the site assigned said the turn into the site was to tight and put me in an easier one. The sites are level and the hook-ups are in the correct place, except the water hook-up is quite aways from the coach hook-up. The lake is a nice addition to the park and is relaxing to sit and view it. The park is off the freeway about a mile with good roads into it. The roads in the park are gravel, as are the pads. I would stay here again if in the area.