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Easy access off highway and to sites. Clean campground and most sites are pull-through with full hookups. Only the basics and mainly overnighters or Idaho road maintenance staff. Great location for Pittsburg Landing to jet boat Hells Canyon. Pricey for the location and services.

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Part of the G7 group of campgrounds. Beautiful, clean park with spacious sites. Less than 2 miles to downtown McCall. Town has biking routes throughout and sits on beautiful Payette Lake. One of our favorite parks. Easily accommodated 41 ft motorhome and tow vehicle. Enjoyed pull in site, overlooking river.

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Part of G7 group. Beautiful campground, well laid out, large sites, level concrete pads, shaded sites towards the back, minimal shade in front 3 rows. Easily accommodate any size RV unit. One of prettiest entrances we have seen, large floral garden. Not much to do in the area unless willing to drive 50 (Boise) or 75 miles ( Twin Falls). We stayed a week allowing time to explore both cities.

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Very clean with nice lawns and shade trees. Convenient to Craters of the Moon National Park. Very strong winds on occasion-- watch your awnings, etc. Office doubles as a restaurant, run by owners wife. The ribs were outstanding! Some individuals encountered electrical problems at 30 amp sites, we had no problems -- 50 amp FHU and utilized 2 a/c units and all other utilities without issue. NASA staff were also staying at campground as running some tests at Craters of the Moon.

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Easy access to highway and site. Small campground with self check-in, all sites pull-through and full hookup. Select a site, fill out envelope, and deposit in slot along with cash or check. Owner's daughter stops by in evening to check on everyone and see if anything is needed, etc. Also provides any information needed on town or things to do. Campground sits next to small beautiful river; saw deer, marmots, beavers, and geese. Nice quiet walk following the river for a few blocks, back to the main road. Definitely recommend and hope to go back.

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Small park, limited number of full hookup sites with 50 amp. Very clean and only 1 mile to Rocky Mountain National Park and 2 miles to Grand Lake -- loved the location! Staff was excellent. Some sites can be challenging to back into and as on a hill leveling assistance may be needed -- 41 ft motorhome with tow vehicle. Moose walking through park while we were there- a real treat. Definitely will go back if in area!

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Was very busy, therefore quite crowded and noisy. Mainly families with children and pets. Pull-through rows in front quieter. Great location to explore Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, and Manitou Cliff Dwellings. Entrance was somewhat confusing, easy to miss if not paying close attention. Staff very friendly and helpful.

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Beautiful location, easily accommodated 41 ft motorhome and tow vehicle. Drive into and out of canyon bit challenging, however no problems. Very clean, with nice hiking trails. Enjoyed watching road runners and music from summer show. Summer very hot, late May temperatures in the 100's.

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Owners very helpful and friendly. For larger units the sites are not level enough in my opinion. Reservation made for 40 ft motorhome and site provided was one of best in park, still was a challenge to level - blocks are needed. Campground is on a slope, consequently everything slightly uphill. On the plus side, beautiful location to explore Fall Creek Falls and surrounding area. Great campground for smaller units. Bathrooms are large and extremely clean (like new). Rate for passport America was $15 night. Sites are close together, but everyone we met was very friendly so we didn't mind.

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Very clean, nice level sites, next to River Rats tubing which is great for families that want an afternoon tubing down the river, convenient to Cade's Cove and not that far (30 minutes) to Pigeon Forge. Townsend lives up to its motto - quiet side of the Smokies. Very little shade within the park. Will definitely return to this park. Stayed here in 40 ft motorhome with toad, no problem, especially with super size site we had.

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Almost all sites are shaded, and many quite large. Some of the waterfront sites are smaller, but with the lake view I doubt anyone cares. Camped here with 40 ft motorhome and toad, no problem accessing our site. Stayed at two different sites and both were level and clean. Definitely will return. And yes, there is train noise, but we didn't find it bothersome. No louder than the boats on the lake.

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Easy access to I-75. A great overnight stop. Very clean and host is friendly. Would consider staying longer if visiting the area. Rate reflects Passport America.

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AVOID Sunshine Key RV Resort FL -(by Key West) We did complain to Encore and Sunshine Key but neither responded to our comments, disappointing ! By sharing our experience with fellow campers, we hope others benefit and avoid what we considered our worse camping experience in 6 years. Our site was blocked by a pick-up truck and large utility trailer, thoroughly packed with numerous outdoors items. After 15 minutes finally able to get into our site and set up. However, unbelievable chaos and commotion at the next site: dog incessantly barking; canopy erection right on the beach area along with another canvas cover; boat, trailer, car and, truck crammed onto front of site; site filled with chairs, beer, water, wash sinks, large coolers, two large stainless steel fish cleaning utilities etc, etc. So much clutter and noise that we finally decided that in spite of the very nice waterfront view—we had to move. Next site, while still waterfront, was very narrow; view was not as nice; and closer to the bridge traffic noise. Yet, this appeared better than the last situation. However about 10 pm at the site next to us a large family parked their pick up and boat then proceeded to have a meal while listening to extremely loud bass music. Early the next morning, we were awakened by the boisterous campers. Moreover during the night they had erected a large tent to our immediate right and about 4 feet onto our narrow site (their site was wider than ours). Yet not only was our site infringed upon but, these campers placed their boat onto an empty site on the opposite side. After feeding the seagulls, thankfully the group of 5 went boating, leaving us to contend with seagulls everywhere. Upon returning the campers’ proceeded to use the picnic table to filet about 12 fish- needless to say the seagulls and smell were offensive. Then early evening the music was blasting such that we finally broke the silence to request the music be turned down. However that was short lived as the camp site across the street began blasting their music (heard inside the RV over the TV). We politely requested this music be turned down. Next the neighboring campers placed a large nail into a palm tree and hung two very large florescent lights that hung down the palm tree. Yet the final insult was when the tent door was held up and one of the younger girls utilized the ground as a restroom. Unfortunately these were not the only negative experiences surrounding the Sunshine Key RV Resort. Overall there was no enforcement or adherence too many of the rules as noted below: • Numerous campers drinking while driving golf carts repeatedly around the park. We have no issue with drinking yet suggest that driving a golf cart and drinking can be dangerous with so many children around. • Many situations of boats, trailers along with jet skies crammed onto one site; or on occasion the trailer or boat spilling over onto neighboring site. Often three vehicles plus boats and trailers. • At least 30% of the sites had a refrigerator, or freezer, or sink or some combination of these items. While most were within covered cabanas, these appliances were still outside the camping unit and usually unsightly. And many kitchen appliances were not even within cabanas. • Many sites had large stereos and speakers blasting the music that was clearly audible 6 or 7 sites away. The noise level at some sites rivaled a night time bar strip. • The extreme clutter at the majority of sites was ludicrous. Many sites had no visible land to see – much less any natural beauty. A few sites even blocked the entire front of the sites with trailers, cabanas, or fences. This campground failed to meet any expectations as outlined within the brochures, web site or appearance standards. If we had known the real facts about this campground we would never had booked a stay here.

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Easy access off highway 84 and just a mile from Natchez which is a great town to explore. Campground was great: nice wide sites, very clean, 50 amp and pull throughs. Couldn't have asked for more and we also had a beautiful view of the Mississippi River. Passport America for one night, we liked the campground so much we stayed another night using the Good Sam rate. We will stay here again any time we are in the area.

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Camped in N section which has large concrete slabs that easily accommodated our 37 ft motor home and four slides. Also very wide therefore easily accommodating the tow vehicle while leaving lots of room to enjoy the outside. Most sites are taken by permanent campers that are fishing enthusiast - most have a boat on their site. Based upon the setting, would say that very family oriented (lots of kids) during warm weather.