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Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Rio Grande Village RV Campground--Full Hookups , Big Bend National Park, Texas

Date of Stay: October, 2006 - $21.00
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This park, though in Big Bend, is run by a private company. Although it is big rig accessible, the larger rigs will have a tough time backing in if the CG is full due to the lack of a turn radius. There is a laundromat on site. The bathrooms close at 8:00 PM for some inexplicable reason. We would return as it has a view of the sunset that cannot be beat. Gas is available on-site and at two other areas in the park. We camped at Rio Grande Village RV Campground--Full Hookups in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Balmorhea State Park, Balmorhea, Texas

Date of Stay: October, 2006 - $14.00
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The nightly rate was based on purchasing a Texas Park pass. A really charming CG with a warm water spring that is very busy, we were told, on the weekends. The spring was enclosed by the CCC and looks like a pool but it is a real spring and you will swim with the fishes. Although there is no shade, each site has a covered picnic area. Birding is excellent. Not much to do in the area but a great place to rest and recoup after a busy travel schedule. We camped at Balmorhea State Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Seven Points Campground COE, Hermitage, Tennessee

Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $9.00
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Price with Golden Age Passport. Narrow paved roads. Laundry needed cleaning as did the bathrooms. Gravel pads, large and shaded. We would return. Convenient to the Grand Ole Opry. We camped at Seven Points Campground COE in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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A.H. Stephens Historic Park, Crawfordville, Georgia

Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $18.00
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This was a really beautiful park and but our major concern were the ants. They were everywhere and immediately entered our trailer. It took us a month to completely eradicate them. I'm not sure that the campground can be held responsible for the ants but it would certainly keep me from returning. There was a laundry, gravel pads, paved interior roads, and large shaded sites. We camped at A.H. Stephens Historic Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Breaks Interstate Park, Breaks, Virginia

Date of Stay: May, 2006 - $12.00
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This CG is owned jointly by VA and KY and both states should be ashamed. The park doesn't take reservations although many were "rented" when we arrived and were not available even though no one was occupying them. On Memorial Day the staff seemed to cram as many campers into sites as possible. The single site across from us had three campers on it and this was true of many of the sites. There was a class A parked outside the restroom with an extension cord running into the bathroom the entire weekend. There were no locks on the doors in the womens toilet stalls. We were told that there was no full hook-up site available when we called but, when we arrived, the ranger had one that she was "holding back" but we could have it. The laundry room was locked and we had to drive to the visitor center to have someone open it even though it was two hours past opening hours. The staff were hard to find but friendly when you did find someone. The hiking within the park was excellent with well-marked trails. We camped at Breaks Interstate Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Holliday Lake State Park, Appomattox, Virginia

Date of Stay: May, 2006 - $21.00
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Beautiful park and well-kept. No swimming pool but there is a swimming beach. Our only problem was the sites were not level and that was a shame as they were paved and large. A major concern was the entrance road which was 7 miles of narrow road. I have no idea what would have happened had we met another TT entering the park. Would return here anytime if the road had been wider. We camped here in a 30' TT. We camped at Holliday Lake State Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Huntington Beach State Park, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

Date of Stay: October, 2005 - $25.00
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We arrived during a downpour and some of the sites were flooded. There was heavy flooding around some of the sewer connections at those sites that had them. Some sites were shaded and some were out in the open which would most likely be very hot in the summer months. There is direct beach access from the campground with the beach being about 300 yards away. Although the campground was almost full during our stay, the beach itself was deserted. There were three dump stations located at exit but one was closed for some reason. Roads and pads are gravel and were level for the most part. Big rigs can easily maneuver around the park. We will go back here again. We were in a 30' travel trailer. We camped at Huntington Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 23
States Visited: 11
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Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rising Fawn, Georgia

Date of Stay: September, 2005 - $22.00
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We stayed in the west rim camping area. The sites were large, private, and well maintained. Although the bathrooms were old, they were immaculate. There was a laundry room located at each comfort station. Camp hosts and park rangers were helpful and friendly. The east rim sites were smaller with less privacy and suitable more for tents and pop-ups. Chatanooga and Chicamauga were both within easy driving distance. We will definitely be returning to this park. We camped at Cloudland Canyon State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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