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Very nice park on the south side of Austin. Full hookups, but no cable. Wifi is good. There are trees, so you may or may not get satellite, but local stains are available with an antenna. Rate is based on Passport America. When I arrived I found out the third night, a Thursday, was going to be $70 because it was motorcycle weekend. No mention of it when I made the reservation. Be sure to check rates, they have lots of special weekends that are more expensive. Would definitely recommend the park.

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We stayed here while visiting relatives in the area. Nothing special about the park, but it had a nice long pull through site, plenty of room for motorhome and tow vehicle. Full hookups, no cable. Lots of permanent residences, but they are located in a separate part of the park. Would stay here again.

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This is the second time we have stayed here while visiting friends in the area. It is a nice park and very convenient for us. Water and 50 amp electric, no cable, dump station and GREAT wifi. We arrived in a rainstorm. The roadway within the park is horrible, full of pot holes. We were in the front and didn't have to drive it, but it really needs some work. Front gate is locked at 11:00 and there is no way to get in. We would stay here again because of convenience and cost. Rate is based on Senior discount.

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This park is pretty much a parking lot. Full hookups, except no cable. Wifi is the best we have had. It is located right on the Arkansas River and right across the foot bridge from the Clinton Presidential library. It is also right on the River Bike Path, which is a great bike path. Great location to visit Little Rock. Would definitely stay here. Price reflects Passport America rate.

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I am not a fan of KOA parks. I think they are overrated and very expensive. That being said, this was a nice park. They have done a nice job fixing it up since the 2010 flood. Full hookups, wifi was marginal. The laundry room had lots of washers and dryers, but not much working room if there was more than 1 person. The best part was the shuttle that runs from the park to downtown for $10 per person round trip! Great deal.

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I love this park. We have stayed a couple times and it is beautiful. The sites are very big and spacious and it is very quiet. There is 50 amp eclectic and water and a dump station. No cable, no wifi. It is convenient to downtown and Opryland. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!

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Nice RV park. Large sites with full hook ups, including cable. Wifi was okay, not great! Large spaces and very quiet. Not too far from downtown. Good location to see Chattanooga.

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Very nice park and a good place to see Stone Mountain and the other activities in Atlanta. Full hookups, but the wifi didn't work at all. Nice spacious sites with lots of trees and shade. Didn't feel like you were camping in Atlanta! There is a one time $15 charge to enter the park, but this includes your access to Stone Mountain park.

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Nice RV Park up in the mountains. Nice large sites with full hookups. Wifi didn't work, however. Lots of amenities such as inside and outside pools, etc., but we did not use them. We were given spots that backed up to the main hwy, but noise was not a problem at night. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Smaller, older park, but had all the basics covered, except laundry facilities. Wifi worked prettying good. Owner was very friendly and helped out with activities in the area. Sites were a little close, but we were gone during the day, so it was okay. This park is not a vacation destination but it worked out well for seeing the sites of Asheville.

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Beautiful rustic campground. Electric, water and dump station. No cable or wifi. Verizon worked well. Sites were nice, but we did need to use some wood to get level. There had been rain and were big puddles on the sites and some pot holes in the road getting to the campground. Nice park to walk. Would stay here again if in the area. Price was certainly right!

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Nice park. We stayed overnight and it worked out fine. Right on the river. KOA's are typically higher priced. My rate was for a back in electric and water only. Lots of activities I.e. Pool, horseshoes, dock, etc. would stay here again if in the area.

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Nice park about 10 minutes from Savannah. Lots of grass, large sites and fine for big rigs. It had full hooks, but no cable. Satelitte worked well. Walking trails, swimming pool, etc. on the down side, the driveway is dirt and dusty. We were near the entry and all cars had to pass by. Very dusty. The sewer arrangement on our site (#1) was poorly situated. We had to move to use the sewer. They do have propane, which we needed. With the windows open there is some train and traffic noise. That being said, we would recommend this park for your visit to Savannah.

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Beautiful rustic campground with the longest pull through sites I have ever seen. The sites were nicely spaced and very private and quiet. Nice hiking trails. Would have liked to canoe, but the weather didn't cooperative. The signage within the campground could have been a little more clear, and the foliage needs some trimming, but overall it was a great stop. Definitely would recommend it if you like the rustic camping type feel. Convenient location for side trips to the islands.

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We stayed here because we were going to the Okefenokee Park and it worked great! Price was right! The sites are in a very large grassy field. They are very long pull through sites with ample space between. There is a concrete pad and picnic table. The sites are open and satellite and local tv was available. Laundry facilities had 2 of each.