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Park is excellent. Our site overlooked the lake and was close to the playground and swimming area. Cable worked well. WIFI was broken on our end of the park but was accessible up near the camp store. Site had it's own pavilion with picnic table and grill. Site 37 is on a hill so leveling is a challenge.

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Stayed here while visiting family in the area. Site was very close and overhanging trees made it interesting getting into the site. Full hook ups. No cable but had three or four channels using antenna. AT&T cellular coverage was adequate. WIFI was available and strong in our site. No pool. We were there from Sunday through Wednesday so it was not really crowded. I understand on the tournament weekends it gets crowded. Bathhouse was in need of renovation but is functional. Park worked great for what we needed. We camped here in a travel trailer.

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Nice park within easy access of Beaumont. Owners went out of their way to help when I had a problem with the trailer while we were there. Only problem we had were the water puddles everywhere as this is a fairly low area. Will stay here again for the next visit. Rate is Passport America.

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Nice park for an overnight stay. Most sites are Pull-Through. Owners were friendly and quick to respond to all requests. Appreciated the personal service even after hours as we had a late arrival. Kids enjoyed the pool. Very near I-95 but far enough to not have all the highway noise. Rate is Passport America.

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Very convenient to Hope Mills. The final approach path for Fayetteville Airport goes right past the western edge of the campground. Wasn't a real problem for us. Kids enjoyed the fishing pond. Pool looked good but unfortunately was scheduled to open for the season a week after our stay. Wi-Fi is Tengo and we were given 3 coupons for our 6 day stay. Each is good for one device for one day. If you need more than that you would need to get a pay account through Tengo. Site was nice and shady, staff was helpful. Sand was the biggest issue while here. A plus for us was the fire ring in our site. Only the pull-thru sites have concrete pads, the rest are pine straw and sand with a little grass. Not a lot to do in the park itself but we were in town visiting family so it worked great as a place to put the trailer. Did have to pay $2 per person per day above the first 2 adults and visitors have to pay $2 per day to visit at your site. Ice ($2) and firewood ($4) were available from the camp.

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Stayed over the Memorial Day Weekend. Park has water slides and is working on installing a game room. Nice shrimp and Crawfish boil for the holiday.