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Staff was very friendly and helpful. Park has many seasonal and full-time residents. Most resident sites were well kept. We were led to our site and had assistance in parking as well as explanation of utilities. Site rental was full hookup 50 amp including cable TV and free WiFi on grass. We were unable to get free WiFi to work. Our site was open, so we could receive sat TV. Verizon signal was 4 bars LTE. Interior roads are paved.

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Camped in 45 foot rig. Easy access from Highway 17 (Old Savannah Highway). Paved interior roads with some paved pad, gravel, and grass driveway sites. Good amount of grass space between your site and your neighbor. Pull-through and back-in sites are easy to get into. Some shade at pull-through sites and more at back-in sites. Sat TV is possible from most pull-through sites. Verizon cell service showed 5 bars. Free Wi-Fi connectivity was good, but the service was slow. Office staff was very friendly and helpful.

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Camped in 45 foot motor home. Drive to park from I-16 takes you through downtown with some low tree limbs. If your rig is tall, be careful to pick the highest clearance lane. Also, the four lanes are tight, but doable. The 15 miles on the Island Expressway is easy. If your rig is long, suggest you unhook toad before entering the park. We stayed in a more expensive premium site. Interior roads are paved. Sites and drives are crushed shell. Your neighbor will be close. All utilities worked great. Satellite TV was no problem from our site. Verizon cell had 5 bars. Free park Wi-Fi was very fast at all times. There are some shaded sites, if you desire.

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Camped in 45 foot motor home. Interior roads and site drives are mostly gravel with some having cement pads. Easy to access sites. Free Wi-Fi was very fast. Satellite TV was possible from many sites, but trees blocked some. Free cable was available. Verizon cell phone had 4 bars. Easy access from I-77/81 with almost no traffic noise. Very friendly office staff. Easy in and out.

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Camped in 45 foot motor home. Gravel interior roads and site drives. Some sites are all gravel, but most sites have a decent amount of grass between sites. The office staff are friendly and will tell you about local events and sites, if asked. Free Wi-Fi is very spotty and slow. We stayed at two different sites during our stay serviced by two different access points. Did not make any difference. Satellite TV is easy from any site. Verizon cell is 3 bars at most sites, except down the hill on the west end of the park. The park is located in the center of all Amish activities.

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Great park and nice campground. Good Verizon cell service, reasonable speed, free internet, and looks like sat TV available from most sites. Interior roads and sites are paved. Most sites are on lake or have a great view. Welcome Center staff were friendly, but did not provide a campground layoff site map. All sites are back in with a picnic table and grill.

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Rate reflects Passport America. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Escorted to site. Entering park driveway is tricky for long RV. We disconnected tow car on highway prior to entering. The turn is tight and narrow, but doable. Interior roads and sites are gravel. Some sites have some grass. Park free WiFi is slow. Verizon cell and DirecTV signals were good. Park had many pipeline workers staying there during our visit, but no problems with them were experienced.

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Follow directions to park as detailed on park's website. We disconnected tow car in Galax and used 2 way radio with tow car as pilot car. Cell service (Verizon) is very weak. Park free internet is outstanding. We've stayed in sites 11 and 14 with no problems getting DirecTV. Sites are wonderful as well as the owners. Stream runs by each site. Interior road and sites are gravel with outstanding landscaping. Great shade morning and mid to late afternoon. Lot of things to do in Fries and near by Galax.

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Camped in a 45 foot motor home. Interior roads and drives are paved. Roads are a little tight and drives are narrow with a drop off of each site, so be careful. Park appears that maintenance is lagging behind. Office staff was friendly. Noise from nearby interstate.

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Interior roads and sites are gravel. This park is poorly laid out for transient campers. Park caters to seasonal campers. We were escorted to our site. All sites are back in. Interior roads are narrow and little room between sites. Since this is a newly remodeled park, the gravel overlay has some soft spots underneath it. While backing in to our site (assigned site was way too short to handle our long RV) our front tires sank into the gravel. Glad we keep moving or we might have been stuck. Included WiFi worked well. Sat TV was no problem, because there is no shade. Verizon cell had 2 bars. We feel this park is overpriced by at least $20. Probably would not stay again.

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This is an excellent park. The drive to the park must be carefully driven, if you have a long RV. We camped in a 45 foot motor home towing a car. Follow the directions on their website to the letter. We would suggest to disconnect a towed vehicle in nearby Galax, if driving a long motor home. The owner's are wonderful. The park is beautifully located in a hollow. Nice fog in the morning burning off later. Shade is enjoyed for most of the day because the park is located in a hollow. Sat TV was not a problem. Included WiFi and digital cable TV worked well. Verizon cell was weak or non-existent. Park is very quiet except for the babbling creek right next to your site and occasional dogs barking in the distance. Fries is in the middle of bluegrass and old time music. Take advantage of it and the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway.

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About 6 miles west of I-526 on Old Savannah Highway makes for easy access. There is occasional noise from the airport and train, but didn't bother us. Interior roads are paved. Most sites have gravel or grass drives with good amount of green space between sites. Sites toward the back of the park have partial cement drives. Park is very well laid out. Sites are available with good amount of shade or almost completely open. Included Wi-Fi was very strong at our site. Verizon cell had 4 bars. Satellite TV was no problem from our site. Park just got cable TV although we didn't use it. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers were clean.

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The drive to the park is long, narrow, curvy and filled with low overhanging trees. Low tree limbs in the park also attempted to green stripe our RV. Office staff was nice. There are many seasonal campers. Our site was in the pull through section. It had gravel drive and some green space between sites. Park is very quiet except for barking dogs and scenic. Probably would not camp again because of difficult drive for a long RV.

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Easy access on US 40 west of I-270. Interior roads and site drives are gravel. Very small amount of grass between sites. You'll be close to your neighbor using the pull-through sites. Back-in and perimeter sites have more space. Very friendly office staff and led us to site and helped us park. Few trees, so little shade, but satellite TV was easy to get. Verizon wireless had 3 bars and free Wi-Fi was pretty fast.

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Easy access off Highway 39 and Township Road 357. Interior roads are chip/tar and sites drives are gravel and very level. There is some green space between sites in two sections of the park. The third section is all gravel. Fire ring with free firewood and picnic table are provided at each site. There isn't much shade, so satellite TV is no problem. Free Wi-Fi worked well from our site. Verizon cell had 3 bars. We camped on site: K. Office staff friendly and helpful. Park is in the heart of Ohio Amish communities.