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Stayed here 3 nights while touring Charleston. Unisex showers & toilet in a trailer. Laundry also in the trailer. Each unit is small and in need of a cleaning. Trash not emptied, did not see any cleaning during our stay. Grass in dire need of mowing. Commissary, exchange, and service station on base. Easy 30 minute drive into Charleston, a bit longer during rush hours. MWR on base with discount tickets available.

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Nice state park. The bad - Whoever is in charge of the bathhouse and restroom renovations needs to be replaced. Excess grout all over, missing tiles and no one working on them on our loop. We did not see any cleaning during our 4 day stay. The good - Nice long sites, good electric, and all amenities worked well. Close to the beach, but very crowded on the weekends, especially Saturdays. Good location, close to main downtown attractions.

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Quite far from the main entrance to Camp Lejeune. Be prepared to listed to bombing practice in the morning! Laundry adjacent to restrooms & showers. $2 to wash, $1.50 to dry. Easy walk to the beach. Small mini-mart close by. Easy and fast check-in. Cable boxes provided to hook up to cable TV.

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Nice quiet campground. Easy check-in. While we had reservations, there were plenty of sites available as we camped towards the end of the season on the Outer Banks. Close to shopping and beaches. Price includes a $10 electric service charge for our three day stay.

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Great military campground. Campground host went out of his way to make our stay great. Close to Oceana Commissary and exchange. Nice back-in site with full hook ups, cable TV and Wi-Fi. Path to the beach.

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Great military FamCamp located close to Williamsburg. Only downside was lack of cleaning in the restrooms and showers. Same trash there for the fours days we stayed. Small mini-mart and gas station close by.

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Great state owned campgrouond. Easy to get to from the Interstate. We stayed in Cedar Loop which is the only loop with electric. All back in sites. No water hook ups, no over the air TV. The best part about camping here were the campground's hosts who were parked next to us. They quickly solved an issue with another camper who was in our assigned site. Then they helped us with good suggestions on avoiding the beltway around Washington, DC. Lastly, they came over with freshly baked banana chocolate chip muffins! We would definitely stay here again.

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Easy access from Rt. 14 and Ohio Turnpike as mentioned. Check-in was fast as we had reservations. Gravel interior roads in fairly decent condition. Saturday evening firetruck a big hit with kids and adults. Good 30-amp power. New swimming pool since our last visit.

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Passport America park near Shipshewana. PA sites are all back-in, W/E only. Some 50-Amp sites. Come early as by 6 PM most all the PA Sites were taken. Grass sites, fairly level. No Wi-Fi or cable, no over the air TV.

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Typical KOA. Activities for children. Fairly level gravel sites.

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Very nice park with great campground staff. Fairly level gravel sites, plenty of room. We had a bit of a problem with the cable TV. Checked with our neighbor who had been there for a few days and he said that the cable comes in and out. Wi-Fi worked great. The lounge / bar was a nice addition since our last visit. We had someplace cool to relax with a beverage while our camper cooled down.

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Just an overnight stop while visiting relatives. Nothing fancy, no amenities to speak of. Easy access to I-40. Previous reviews pretty well sum up what you'll get.

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Used as an overnight stay. 30 amp service was a little flaky. I don't think I'd classify this place as a "resort." However, for the Passport America rate of $14 for a full hook-up site, we thought it was a good value. The restrooms and showers need to be completely redone. Couldn't get the cable to work, but had OK over-the-air service.

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Price reflects Good Sam discount for 30-amp, back-in site. Good concrete pads, level. Wi-Fi worked well. Cable TV had a few fuzzy channels. Easy check-in at the motel office. Just used as an overnight stop.

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Used this park as a base camp to visit Universal Studios. As per previous reviews, roads are narrow and a bit twisty. We saw many BIG motorhomes and 5th wheels in camp and they appeared to get into their sites without any trouble. Sites at the lower end of the campground, away from the showers & restrooms are as noted, not level. Saw a few Motorhomes with their front wheels up off the pavement. While the showers and restrooms are satisfactory, the daily cleaning could be a bit better. The shower curtains while we were there were in dire need of replacement. Great signage to get to the park.