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Stayed here while visiting my snow-bird brother & sister-in-law who are residents. Made reservations well in advance as there were very few sites available for short-term visitors. This campground is a snow-bird destination. Nice friendly office staff. We were parked way in the back of the property, but a nice back-in site with good 50-amp (only) power. If you are 30-amp, you'll need a dog-bone 50 to 30 amp reducer. Good over the air TV reception. Park your RV on the grass and not on the concrete patio! Your tow / Toad parks on the concrete. Plenty of activities at the campground clubhouse.

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Easy on and off I-75. You can have pizza delivered to your site, a huge bonus after a long travel day! We should have called ahead, as the park was quite busy with contractors working in the area, but the office manager was very nice getting us a pull-through site. We were the last rig at the end of the row and 30 amp power was just a bit on the low side. Good over the air TV reception. We were escorted to our site by a campground worker on a golf cart. We will definitely stay here again.

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Super friendly staff and residents!\We were given on of the three pull-thru sites for our travel trailer while visiting relatives in The Villages. Nestled under the trees, it was a fairly level site. Good over the air television reception and decent Wi-Fi connectivity. Good 30-amp power. Water and sewer hook-ups located conveniently. A bit difficult to see the entrance from the road. The best approach is from the north on US-Hwy 301 aka S. Main. A little bit noisy as the turnpike is adjacent to the campground. We will definitely stay here again.

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Arrived after hours and the office was closed. Found a site near the showers / restrooms, but needed a combination to use them. A friendly couple provided us with the combination and Wi-Fi password. Nice park, very quiet. Mostly full-timers or snowbirds. Walmart close by and a few restaurants within walking distance.

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Stayed here to visit Big Bend National Park. As per previous reviews, the sites are dirt and gravel pull-thrus for the most part. We had some minor issues with the 30-amp service, but maintenance was at our site within minutes to correct the problem. Unfortunately, the 30-amp service was a bit weak and we had to use our auto-former to maintain voltage / amperage in our camper.

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Just an overnight stop, but a very nice experience. All utilities worked well. Just a noisy train across the road, but not bad at all. Gravel / dirt sites, but this is west Texas. Very level.

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Spent two nights here visiting RV Surplus stores and going to the Shipshewana Flea Market. Nice shaded back-in site. Water and Electric only. Restrooms and showers located across the dirt road next to the swimming pool. This appears to be mainly a summer fill-timer / weekend resort. Passport and other discount clubs park along the fence on the left as you enter. Great value for your money in our opinion. Only downside was we were not able to pick up any over the air TV. As mentioned in previous review, reservations now accepted.

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Good for an overnight stop or if visiting in the area. A bit disappointed to find out they are no longer affiliated with PassportAmerica. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. With tax, the price was $31.78.

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Checked in without a reservation. Passport America rates not available on weekends and holidays. The first site assigned, even though we told the attendant our length, was way too short. The second site, while long enough, had a squatter on it! We called the office and let them know, but no one from the park came down! When we checked out the following day, my wife again reported the squatter and the campground attendant said: "Yeah, we know about him." Rest rooms were disgusting! Our site was littered with cigarette butts: maybe from the squatter? Electric only at this site, but full service sites are available.

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Previous reviews pretty much sum it up. We had a back in site with a very level concrete pad. As this was just an overnight stop for us, we didn't hook up to cable or water. WIDE roads throughout the campground. Easy check in. Actual price with tax was $38.00.

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Ugh! Lowest campground power I have ever seen! Voltage dropped from 122 volts to 98 volts when I turned on the air conditioner! Fortunately, it was cool enough in the evening that we didn't need it. Interior roads a mess! Lumpy and bumpy, full of mud holes. Our friends in a 5th wheel had to put their truck in 4-wheel drive to get in and out of their site. I understand the campground can't stop the rain, but they can put gravel down! Looked like a junkyard as we entered with derelict campers and unidentifiable machinery. This campground appears to cater to locals who want to get away for the weekend. Sorry, just can't agree with previous reviews. I would have rated it a bit higher had the electrical been up to par, but not by much. When I spoke to the campground about the power situation, I was told that when it rains, the power is bad. Obviously, they know there is a problem but have not addressed the issue. Maybe it was just my site, I don't know. Our site was barely long enough for our 28 foot TT. We had to park our tow at an unused site nearby.

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Nice (but expensive) campground on the Door Peninsula. Fairly level grass sites, well maintained. Laundry nice, did a couple loads while we were here. $1.75 to was, $1.25 to dry. Laundry clean as were the showers & restrooms. More hot water in the showers would have been greatly appreciated! Marked down due to lack of hot water. No campground map and no site numbers assigned! Easy drive to Washington Island Ferry and other spots on The Door.

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Water hookups far from the electrical pedestals. You may need in excess of 50 feet of hose to hook up. Grass sits in need of mowing, but fairly level. 30 amp electric extremely weak. Had to use my autoformer to get by. Great view of Lake Superior out our window.

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Nice campground, but needing a bit of maintenance. Fairly level gravel sites. Fire ring was flush with the ground and a potential hazard! Close to ferry boats to Mackinaw Island.

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All back-in sites with concrete pads. Easy walking distance to grocery store and resturants. Locted in the "Heart" of Quitman. Cable TV was a bit wonky, more channels than we would ever watch. Good electric and water, but make sure you have a 50 to 30 amp dogbone. Free Wi-Fi. Park along tree-line in the summer to be in the shade. Pay at ranger's residence with cash or check only. Drop box for payment. A few long term residents but everything is kept clean. Public bathrooms adjucent to city park / playground that we didn't use.