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Nice park over all, there are a few places towards the rear that have workers staying and it gets a little junky looking. We were in the F row on the way north and in the E row on the way south which was much nicer. Friendly staff and the escort you to your site to make sure you get in and hook ups are to your satisfaction.

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This place is mostly for permanent residents. There are a few sites for transients. The site we got was a back in. With trees on both sides of the road I attempted to back in, and after many tries I eventually pulled into a large site opposite mine to finally get straightened enough to back into the site. There is no TV cable hookup so you better have a satellite antenna because I was able to get maybe 3 channels and they were popping in and out on the rv antenna. There is a lot to do if you have a boat and the northeast river is not far away. That said there is not much to do if you don't. They did have bingo one night on the weekend. The store was open from 10 to 2 usually. Walking the dog around was not much fun with some large flies that would constantly buzz and try to bite you. We were travelling north to visit family and friends in Delaware and this was the closest camp we could find that was open. I would not stay again.

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We have stayed here many times before. This time on the road I called ahead early am to secure a site with the size of rig and tow vehicle. When we arrived they put us onto a site that fit the rig but not the pick up truck. I parked in the small site next to us, as long as no one showed up to use it. I asked to move to another site but staff didn't seem to want to do that even though there was no one on the sites that I was asking about. I believe staff should be able to move to a better site to accomadate the size of the rig and tow vehicle if the site that they assigned isn't big enough. I saw a small 15 to 17 foot scamper type trailer on a site that was way bigger than they needed and we were on a site that we fit but just barely. I later watched another fifth wheel attempt to pull into a site that he had to back into a site that he could have fit better only to pull forwards into a small site that was assigned him. He didn't have enough room to make the turn into his site without hitting a motor home on the other side of road. Not a great way to end the day after having been on the road for many hours to have this king of agrevation, very poor.

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We have stayed here several times while visiting family in the area. It is a great place and well maintained. Friendly staff shows you to site and makes sure you a located properly. Nice for walking around the park on paved roads, all concrete pad sites also. Small dog walking area, but outside the park you can walk along roadway for more excercise. Nice pool unfortunately it was too cool when we were there. Restrooms were very clean, and well taken care of. Laundry area was also very nice.

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Great place to stay when seeing friends or family off on a cruise. It is right next to the exit to the Atlantic and you get quite a view of the ship coming through the canal heading out to sea. The park is nice, concrete pad, we had a large tree dragging the roof of the rv and would not allow the antenna to go up or turn, without a trimming. Friendly staff and accommodating us with a better site than one that was too short for our rig. We enjoyed our stay here and will return again.

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We have camped here many times over the years. Convenient to Disney and many restaurants and shopping. It just doesn't seem like the owners or management care to do anything to perk up the place. Sites are adequate but poor drainage in some sites, trees or other obstacles in others. The restrooms were dirty, and at 9 am there was no toilet paper in any stalls when we were there. Water lines that are frequently broken by drivers running over them because they stick out of the ground in odd places. It would not take much to make this a better campground but it just seems to get by and no one seems to care. But location seems to trump fixing things as long as people continue to camp there.

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This is a owner owned campsite which when the owners aren't around anyone can rent the sites for a very pleasant stay. Clean and well maintained sites, but beware that dogs keep off the grass signs are everywhere. I walked ours out to the entrance roadway so as to not bother anyone in the park. Lots of high end motorhomes with a few fifth wheels and travel trailers scattered about when we were there in April. April happened to be quite hot and humid which I guess is the norm for Ft. Myers area, but it was easy to get into the park as most of the snowbirds had left. Very close to Ft. Myers Beach and Sanibel Island. Lots of things to do in the area, and restaurants a plenty for those who like to eat out. We arrived unfortunately during a spring break week and found the beaches quite crowded. We waited until the week was over before venturing back to the beaches again. Swimming pool and club house was very nice, with a bar area at the pool. We camped here in a fifth wheel and the sites were very large, we will be back again.

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This is a very nice park, only negative is if you are closest to I-295 then you get a lot of road noise. Nice lake and play areas for kids. They have a cafe that sells good food at reasonable prices so you don't need to run out after a long day on the road. We stayed one night and wished we had stayed a bit longer but we will go back again. Sites were decent, we had a back in near 295. The site had loose stone that made the truck wheels want to spin in it while backing into site, should have used a different type that hard packed like crusher run stone mix. All in all a nice place to stop for overnight or longer.

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We arrived checked in and were assigned a site. We drove to the site and it was being used by the propane truck. We called the office and a camp worker took us to some other sites to see if they would be a better fit. A lot of sites were short for a fifth wheel of 38 ft. plus a pickup, which by the way they say just park on the roadway in front of your RV. We finally found a site that was a bit bigger and my truck and RV fit on the site. All of the sites had stone bases and were very level, we had a back-in site. The electric box was so far forward I had to put my 50 amp and a 30 amp cord together to make it. If campgrounds would put the utilities in the center of the site it would make life much easier. Our rig has the electric connection in the rear if all sites were in the middle most cords would make it ok. The wifi worked ok, no problems. The dog walk area is located under the high tension wires but it gives them plenty of room to exercise. It is a pity that some dog owners do not pick up after there pets even though the campground provides doggy doo bags for them. We were able to drive to the Metro station and park to get to downtown DC for sightseeing. The park staff was very helpful with information on how to get around DC. The campground also has a cafe that has a well equipped kitchen and friendly staff. We stayed here for 5 days in a fifth wheel and we will be back again. This is a great place to stay and we have been here many times before. The campground is adding new cottages and a Lodge for people without campers to be able to enjoy the DC area.

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Easy access to I-95. Nice clean park with well maintained level gravel sites. Only complaint on the sites is the sewer and electric are up near the front of the site and our electric is in the rear of the trailer. Needed two lengths of electric cable one 50 amp and a 30 amp to get to the box. I would recommend pulling a fiver up to the front and disconnect. Then park in the back of the site, that way the sewer hose and electric cable would be closer. TV is OK, but not a lot of channels. Internet service was OK, also. We would stay here again.,

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This campground is close to I-95 and also comes with the noise from the traffic. The sites are dirt, sand, and some stone. It's a nice park but there are things that could be done to improve it. Lots of trees and roots in and around the site making it hard to walk or level the rig. Cable TV was terrible and not worth watching. Internet was spotty. It does have a nice storage facility for those needing to leave their rigs. Nice folks that run the park. Just didn't feel the park was worth the price but just my opinion.

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This campground could be so much better if the staff would do something to clean it up. After a rain the sites are soft and mushy. Some stone would make a big difference and make the sites better after a storm. There are old campers that haven't moved or been lived in for years located in the park. The good is the Passport price and the closeness to I-95. Flying J and the Denny's restaurant are a plus. Good food at Denny's and cleaner than most. This campground is an overnight stop and not much more. We stayed in a fifth wheel.

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We stay here on our way to Fl.and back again on the way home. Very friendly staff and will show you to your site. The campground was expanded with about 80 new sites mostly out in the open, no trees. The older section has trees and some hang down a bit as our site did, and dragged across our roof. I mentioned it to staff and they made a note to have it corrected. The sites are gravel/stone with many pull through sites. Easy access and exit from most sites. Nice dog park in both sections of the c.g. Take some caution here, our dogs stepped on some spikey things in the new section dog park and had to remove them with tweezers. Not sure what they are called someone said they were sand spurs or some such thing. No problem was found in the older section as it had more grass areas. We like this campground and will stay here again.

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Very friendly staff, clean campground,seems to be well maintained. I had some trouble with my rv getting a tv signal and one of the staff riding around on a golf cart stopped to see if he could help. It turned out to be something on my rv and not the park service but the staff tried to help by testing the connection at the pole with another cable and tv to check it out. Nice dog park but did not see any doggie doo bags anywhere, this should be available near the trash can. Though there are always those who think they are too good to pick up their own dogs mess, no matter how much is provided for them. Anyway, the C.G. is located right next to I-95 but with an a/c on you don't notice it. And even outside sitting at the picnic table you hear it but it is not objectionable. All in all it is a very nice stop and the sites are all stone and fairly level, with easy entrance and exit. Some trees for shade but not a problem with hanging branches they seem to be well trimmed. We stop here often and will be back again, we camped in a fifth wheel.

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Every year we camp here going to FL and back home again. Every year I wonder why I stop here. Mostly because it is convenient and price is good. The campground is old and many indigent people living on site, some in storage sheds. Old RVs with trash and debris all around the sites on right side of park. Left side is usual spots for overnighters. These sites are stone and grassy areas that have low spots that fill when it rains. We were in a site that after the rains had 3 to 4 inches of water in it to try and hook up in. Also the ground was soft and worried that we would get stuck trying to exit the site. The positives are it is close to I-95, fuel at Flying J, Denny's, and grocery store close by. This campground could be so much more if someone took a little initiative and cleaned it up and improved the sites with more stone to fill in the low spots. It might be a bit more of a drive but I'm going to Jacksonville next year.