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I am a married Christian with a wonderful wife. We enjoy traveling in our motorhome. Historic sites and museums are some of our favorite places to visit.

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My wife and really enjoyed our 2-night stay at River Country Campground. It is one of the prettiest and cleanest RV campground we've ever visited. From check-in to check-out our stay was very pleasant. A host was dispatched to choose a site and ensure it met our needs and desires. This is a wonderful park to walk around the water's edge and enjoy the daylight and after dark scenery. The park is gated and you will always feel safe and secure. We even observed a couple of Gadsden Police cruisers checking the security of the park. We visited the International Motor Sports Hall of Fame Museum at the Talladega Super Speedway and the Noccalula Falls Park. We will return to explore more of the area. Thanks for providing a wonderful campground! We will definitely return again to explore more this beautiful area of Alabama has to offer.

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This park is under new ownership and I truly believe the new owner is trying his best to make improvements. The location is excellent and access the Northern section of the Natchez Trace is excellent. This section of the Trace was very pretty. I was really worried that I was going to get my motorhome and towed vehicle stuck in the mud of our assigned site. The creek and waterfalls located near the park were very pretty. I might consider staying at this park again in the future after upgrades are made.

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This is a very nice RV park and the layout is very interesting and makes it very easy to navigate into and out of our site and the park. The location is excellent, which allows access to the Natchez Trace and Downtown Tupelo. The Wi-Fi did not work at all during our stay, we could connect but the signal was so weak that we wouldn't access any data. In my opinion, this park should take credit/debit cards as most RVers don't travel with a lot of cash. They did however take a personal check. I would stay at this park again.

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This is a very nice RV Park that I would call a gem in hiding. We enjoyed a 2-night stay and were treated very well by the check-in staff and campground host. A short drive to the bank of the Mississippi River is very enjoyable. The Civil War museum and historic buildings are very enjoyable. My wife and I found this park a couple of years ago when passing through the area. We knew at this time we would desire to return and camp at Grand Gulf. I would be happy to stay at this park again in the future.

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This RV park is OK for a quick stay while traveling on I-10. The site was a pull-through level grass parking. The park was occupied mostly by permanent residents and winter seasonal patrons. The hookups were convenient and well located at our site and the Wi-Fi worked well. In my opinion, this park is average but acceptable.

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My wife and I just returned from a 4-night visit to Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park. This is a park that we've wanted to visit for quite some time. We certainly weren't disappointed. The sites are very roomy and the manner in which the sites are arranged RV'ers are afforded a high level of privacy. The employee checking us in was very nice, polite and helpful. We will return to this park again as it is about 100 miles from our home. I would've given the park a 10, but I just can't give a 10 w/o sewer connections at the site. There are a several interesting places to visit in the area. Plains, GA (Home of former US President Jimmy Carter), (Andersonville National Historic site which includes the former site of Camp Sumter "Civil War" military prison, the Andersonville National Cemetery, and the National Prisoner of War Museum, which opened in 1998 to honor all U.S. prisoners of war in all wars) and the (Habitat for Humanity Global Village & Discovery Center in Americus, GA).

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This is a very nice park and we enjoyed our stay while in the area to attend a production of Swamp Gravy at Cotton Hall in Colquitt, GA. The website said Complimentary WiFi of which did not work. That is an amenity that I look for when choosing an RV park. Even without WiFi I would stay at this park again. The owner was very nice and helpful and we were assigned a very nice lot on the lake.

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This is a nice campground, but it is definitely overpriced. Most of the sites are in the open and on top of a hill. It was very windy and we weren't able to spend much time outside due to being exposed to the wind and the danger it posed by preventing us from extending our awning. If Wi-Fi is important to you, (as it is to me) then this is a campground you should avoid. Their website says "Free & reliable Wi-Fi throughout the property". That certainly is a joke, their Wi-Fi is almost non-existent.

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This is a very nice RV park and the staff was very helpful and friendly. They escorted us to our site lot and insure the hookups were within a proper distance to my RV. I believe an "8" is a very fair rating for this park. The lots are grass and very level. It would be nice to have a concrete parking pad and patio.

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Red Gate Campground is a very nice and clean place to stay a for a few days while visiting Savannah. It is quiet and the sites are very convenient to back into and are pretty level. The Wi-Fi could use some improvement as the signal was weak and a couple of times it would quit working for a few minutes. We picked up local TV channels on the RV antenna, but a cable TV system would be nice. The pool wasn't available however, the manager said they were close to having it open.

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Williston Crossings RV Resort is "Top of the Line." My wife and I spent four restful and relaxing days at this park. Most sites are level concrete pads with very convenient electric, water and sewer hookups. The Wi-Fi signal was good and the cable TV channels were acceptable. The only suggestion I have is they need a playground for families with children. I'm quite certain the resort is active during the winter months with snowbirds.

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This is a very nice and clean RV park. The cable TV worked very well with lots of channels. The Wi-Fi signal was great. The concrete pad provided a level and clean RV parking space. The park location is convenient to many of the area attractions. We enjoyed our visit to the Flint River Quarium. This is a nice park for a few days relaxation.

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This is a nice park; it is clean and very well kept. It is a place where the other RV'ers are like neighbors. The location is very convenient and the Old Town Tours will even provide pickup service for their tours. There was no cable TV service however, there are several local stations your RV antenna will pickup clearly. The Wi-Fi service was weak in our RV, but at the clubhouse the service was great. I would gladly stay at this park again.

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The best thing I can say for this park is that it is in a very good location to enjoy many of the Charleston area sites. The campground could use some improvement in several areas. The Wi-Fi service was terrible; the signal was weak and lost connection frequently. The cable TV service was fuzzy on many channels and I couldn't pick up ESPN at all. The campground would be wise to install some security lights around the park. After dark you couldn't see anything without a flashlight. All of the sites are dirt, none have a concrete patio or pad. This park is more expensive than it is worth. I would not stay at this park again.

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My wife and I enjoyed our visit to this park. It is very clean and the staff has been nice and helpful. We would not hesitate to stay here again. This park is about 60 miles from our home.