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By far the best RV Park in the area, this his has been a great find for us. This was our second stay. All are pull through sites that are more than 80' to 100' long with lots of elbow room from your neighbor. This park is only a couple of years old and all facilities are immaculate. The 1/4 mile narrow road from the interstate was not a problem as it is not well traveled.

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This campground should not advertise Big Rig access for Motorhomes 40' or more. This is a very old campground that has not been maintained. We were led to our site on dirt roads with tight turns and tree limbs brushing the top and sides of the Motorhome. Poison Ivy surrounded the hook ups. We had to disconnect our tow vehicle so we could back up and then maneuver forward to get out of our site. Again trees scratched the top & sides. We had to do a 3 point turn to exit the lane our site was on. As full time RV'ers, this is by far the worst KOA we have stayed in across the USA.

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This is by far the best Motorcoach Resort in the USA. We stayed here from Jan. through April, 2010. There are perimeter privacy sites with a grass side & backyard, water sites, and golf course sites. Some sites have casitas and covered patios, outdoor bar and kitchens, etc. Each site is privately owned. Rates vary on type of site. Resort also has its own restaurant, 3 pools, tennis courts, golf course, laundry and workout facilities. We found the atmosphere to be extremely friendly and fun.