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Nicely maintained older park. Mainly winter residents. The staff was very nice and accommodating. Pool very nice. WiFi reception good. They have about a dozen or so transient sites near the front on the park. Good location, but close to local attractions. We would stay again.

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This is an older part, but is clean. Wi-Fi was very good for us. We had a 50 amp back in. Lots of trees. TV only has about 15 stations. Gravel roads and sites. Owner was very nice and helpful. I believe there are a lot of snowbirds here. It is fairly close to town. Shopping and dinning is very close. Rate reflects the Good Sam price.

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Rate is PassPort America. Built around several old crayfish ponds converted into fishing lakes. Nice lady runs it. Sites level and a good campground. A little hard to find, but they have good signage. They also own a market that serves a wonderful lunch a few miles away. The town is about 5 minutes away. We ended up staying an extra day. The Wi-Fi would not connect. Nobody around us could connect either. They need a pro to come in and fix it. Good signal, but no connect. Could be as easy as a reboot. It was clean and the fishing was free. We would return if in the area.

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Modern park. Mainly folks who live here. Some motorcycle noise. Concrete sites, but some have large drop offs. Be careful. Lots of geese and ducks wandering around which was nice. About 10 minutes to the "strip" at Biloxi. Sites a little tight. WiFi was good. Rate is Passport America.

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Very clean and park. All of the Alabama state parks have WiFi and it was pretty fast. 15 minutes from down town Mobile. We intended to overnight here and ended up staying 3 days. Right on the water. Easy in easy out. Paved sites. No TV, but not a problem for us. Bath house and laundry clean and modern. Rate reflects the senior discount. Great restaurants (Felix Fish Camp) minutes away. Lunch at these places is the same food at half the price. We would definitely return. Down town Mobile has a free shuttle to see all of the historic spots. You can get on and get off all for free.

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Very nice resort type campground. Good paved roads with grass campsites. On a lake. Lots of activities. Modern in every way. Individual bathrooms with showers which I like. Saw some kids, but mainly older crowd. It was at the end of snowbird season and before the summer season. About 5 miles from town. WiFi was quick and free. They had a nice club house and outdoor places for activities. We used it as a stopover, but many folks are using it as a week's vacation spot. They appear to have many rallies. We would definitely go back if in the area.

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Great camp ground. We saw about 30 deer and even had 5 in our campsite in the morning. Very good for a state park. My rate is the senior rate which is half price. The sites are all sand, but firmly packed and we had no trouble. The interior road are tight, but we saw several tag axle coaches going through. The springs are about 1/4 mile away. We saw numerous manatee there. This is a great spot for kids as well as us older folks. Good places to eat in Chiefland which is about 10 minutes away.

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Very nice park. Sites are pretty tight, but very well done and concrete. Nice pool and rec room. Beach is a short walk across the street. Good places to eat nearby. Mainly snowbirds in the winter. Seem to have a lot of activities. A little hard getting into and out of our site, but we managed.

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We have stayed here several times before as it is 4 hours away from our home. This time we were coming from the other direction and wanted to tour Valdosta. It is clean and pretty. Wi-Fi was great. The park was nearly empty. Limited TV channels. We will be back.

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A very nice small, quiet park. We had a water front site. Level sites with a lot of distance between them. We went to the Okefenokee Swamp Park for the day and it was great. The park is a little confusing to find as you can get to it off 177 from the East or West end. We will be back.

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We were at this camp during the annual Pirates Festival and rates were very high. The campground is city owned and well maintained. The sites are pretty jammed in and the side roads are narrow, but we did well. Great little town. See Fort Pulaski and get breakfast at the famous Breakfast Club. The Wi-Fi was very under sized for this park. It worked well at times, but was so slow to be nearly unusable during peak times. Reception was OK. We expected a lot of noise with the Festival going on, but it didn't happen. It is about 20 miles from Savannah and most of the folks are weekenders from there.

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Very nice campground right on the lake. We have driven by many times and over nighted here. Some sites were not real level, but manageable. Great Wi-Fi. 50 amp. We will return.

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We have stayed here several times over the last decade and it continues to be a great park. Not a lot of frills like phone and WiFi, but it has a great stream that winds it way through the camp sites and you can hear it gurgling as you sleep. Very shaded. Satellite radio wouldn't work. It is for the nature lover and a great, relaxing park if this is what you want. If you want hi-tec, it isn't the place. It was built by the CCC during the depression. We will be here again when in the area. This is one of the few times I have ever given a 10 points.

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We stayed for 6 nights because we had family in the area. Rate reflects a combination of weekday Passport America and weekend regular rate. Nice gravel area. Right on a creek with boat rentals, tubing, etc. Clean and quite. We had stayed her several years ago and will be back.

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We overnighted here. Easy in and out for our pull through site. Nice couple run park. About 2 miles from I-75. Clean and quiet. Good Sam park. We would return.