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This is a very nice campground, but it is expensive. Cable and WiFi are additional charges to their base rate. We stayed in the new class A section on the small lake. Sites there were wide and level and base was pavers. A table and chairs with umbrella is provided at each site in this section along with a gas grill. The main entry road is narrow (only one rig at a time). Security was good with a 'clicker' required for access after the office closed, and the camp host was located just inside the gate. Overall a very nice resort, but somewhat overpriced.

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We have stayed here several times as an overnight stop on our way North. The rate reflects a Passport America discount. The campground is located near I-75 and easy to access. Sites (Creekside) are level pull throughs with full hookups and good 50 amp service and cable. Staff are friendly and helpful.

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Arrived after office was closed. Our information was on the door for our site. Owner stopped by later to make sure everything was OK. We were in the reservation section for an overnight stay. Site was level, water pressure good, and good electric and cable. A small lake provides a nice setting for longer stays. The park is wooded and provides shade from the sun at most sites. This is a good place for an overnight stay as it is .2 of a mile from I-75, yet no noise from the freeway is heard. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.

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We chose a KOA park because they are usually convenient, clean, and have excellent cable and Wi-Fi. This park is out of the way on a narrow winding road. Trees along the route to it hit the roof of our rig. Sites farthest from the road were level, but were supposedly reserved, and we were given a site next to the road with about a 4' drop from road level to site. We hooked up and found cable was very poor (3 lower channels were viewable, rest were too grainy to view), and there was no Wi-Fi. Satellite was not available due to trees, and our hotspot did not work. Office staff repeatedly told us they were full all weekend and had no complaints. The person parked 2 rows behind us came out and affirmed to the staff person that he had no internet and cable was very bad. We were offered a refund of part of our payment; we took it and left. If you need the services that were advertised (internet and cable), and do not want to have potential damage to your big rig getting there, find another campground. The charge ($57 without KOA discount) is not consistent with what is provided.

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This is one of the nicest KOAs we have stayed in. Staff are friendly and helpful, our pull through site was level and shaded. Streets are grave, but in great shape. Sites are large with room around each unit, unlike some KOAs that line sites up as close as possible to get more in. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. The pool looked clean and spotless and everything in the park is well maintained and clean. The free Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. The park is centrally located to the historic section of Wilmington. The rate reflects a KOA discount. This park would have gotten a 10, but we feel the cost is a little high.

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Rate reflects Passport America membership. This is a no frills park: no pool, laundry, shower, bathrooms. It IS a pleasant stop for a few days close to Savannah, clean with level pull through sites, solid electric, water with great pressure, good cable and Wi-Fi. It is a very quiet and good place to stay away from the multitudes of people touring Savannah. As noted in another post, there are no staff present upon arrival. Form to fill out and instructions on how to make payment are available in the building. It is a kind of do-it-yourself operation. Find the site you like, set up, put payment in the envelope and slip it in the lock box. No muss, no fuss. We would stay again.

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We stay here a few times every year. We stayed two days on our way out of Florida, and for some reason it was the most pleasant of them all. Office staff was helpful and pleasant. A tropical storm had just gone through and the preserve was very green. Everything was clean and well-maintained; the new trash compacter was a pleasant surprise. Pools looked great, usual amenities were all operational. We had no difficulty setting up our satellite and OTA digital channels were good. Our Verizon hotspot worked well. We enjoyed our stay and look forward to stopping on our way back home. Rate was actually 0 and reflects TT membership.

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We had one of the two concrete pad pull-throughs and couldn't have been happier. We lost a jack and are on our way to Winnebago Industries in Iowa for repairs, and we are unable to level our coach, so having the level pad was wonderful. Large trees provided shade but did not interfere with the slides. There is a pool which appeared clean and well-maintained. Cable TV in this park was one of the best we have had, with brilliant color and no fuzziness. The Wi-Fi was weak, but our RAZR hotspot worked well. Water pressure decreased during peak usage times. Although the sites are a little close, the roads were easily maneuvered by big rigs. The park is beside RonDees and we are so happy we stayed here. The lady in the office was very nice and helpful. It was going to be an overnight stop, but we stayed an extra day. Price reflects Passport America plus $4 extra for 50 amp service.

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Friendly, efficient staff. This is a large park, very well-maintained. Sites are paved and slope to provide drainage, but our motorhome still leveled easily. The back-in site was a little short for our coach and car in front, so we hung over a little into the road. We used our hotspot as the wi-fi did not reach to our site. Cable and hook-ups worked well. Roads and turns are a little tight but not excessively. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here overnight in a motorhome. The park was convenient to the interstate, the manager was friendly. The park is predominantly full-timers, with a few sites for transients. The roads are somewhat narrow, with cars parked on both sides of the road making them tighter, especially when trying to swing a 42' motorhome out far enough to get into a very narrow site bordered by rigs on both sides, and a large tree standing a foot to the left of the pad. Distance between sites was very small. Before we could leave we had to ask folks to our right and across the way to move their cars so we could get out of our site and onto the road. Big rigs might want to reconsider this park as an option.

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The person we spoke with to make the reservation was very pleasant and helpful. When we checked in we got her opposite. The park is ok, sites are level, wi-fi was good, satellite works well. Hook-ups were fine. It is basically a big parking lot. The golf course is very nice and playing it was the highlight of our stay.

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We stayed here 2 days. This was a very comfortable park. The roads were all big-rig friendly. Sites were level and very large with mature trees for shade and lots of lush green grass between sites. The park was very clean, and flowers and small decorative touches were everywhere. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here 3 days. This is a great base for going to Glacier National Park and exploring the area. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is clean, well-maintained, and quiet. We stayed in a pull-through that was level and had grass, flowers, a small tree, and a picnic table by it. Cable worked well but wi-fi was sporadic. Our Verizon RAZR hotspot worked well. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here 3 days. Staff were friendly and helpful; the park was clean and well-maintained; roads were big rig friendly and easy to maneuver; sites were gravel and level. Wi-fi and cable worked well. There is easy access to I-15. There is also a service available to detail your coach while you are there and well worth the cost. Note: when coming from the North, do not follow GPS directions to go down Rt.179.

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This park is convenient to the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Staff was not the friendliest we have encountered, but sufficient to get us checked in. We were given a back-in site that was level; Wi-fi and cable worked well. The road to the upper level is steep and narrow, but once up it, the turns getting to our site were not a problem. We did see one motorhome in a pull-through on the front row get stuck on the turn to get back to the exit road as he was leaving. The exit road on the top level is also very narrow in places.