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Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
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Lake Dardanelle State Park, Russellville, Arkansas

Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $31.00
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Stayed two weeks while waiting to close on home. LDSP is beautiful. The foliage was fantastic, the weather cool, and the site was on the lake. You can't beat this experience. Level site, good water pressure, good electric. Only problem was hard to get satellite with the trees, and our antenna only picked up a few channels. We were outside by the fire anyway, so it did it not matter. Price was expensive, but it's the atmosphere you are paying for. Quiet was not the word. Silent, wind in the trees, sound of the lake. It is the nicest campground in the area. Would definitely return. We were in the A loop. We camped at Lake Dardanelle State Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Morrilton RV Park, Morrilton, Arkansas

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $28.00
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Stayed at park for a month. First, this is a great overnight stop as it is right on I-40. Having said that, road noise is tremendous. Road into camp is not well marked and it is strewn with potholes. While we were here, some were filled in. There's a small playground, but not much else. The store has just about everything you might need for camping less food, but there is a convenience store within walking distance. The staff is great, the laundry is priced at $1.50 for wash, $.75 to dry. The sites are all gravel and not level, but we expected that. Water and electric were fine. The boxes looked very new. Roads were gravel. Lower rows, closer to the highway, were used for overnighters so we had new neighbors each day which kept it interesting. WiFi was OK. Tuning your TV antenna will bring in all the networks from Little Rock so we had plenty to watch at night. Sitting outside was kind of pointless with the road noise. All in all, this was not that bad. Would definitely stay here again and I do recommend it for any overnight along I-40. We camped at Morrilton RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Mack's Pines, Dover, Arkansas

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $21.00
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Stayed here three nights. Mack's looks like a has been park. The owners are friendly and helpful but elderly and the park has suffered over the years. Water and 30 amp are good but only a few sites with sewer and they are very small and very tight. Not much to do, but it is peaceful and quiet. Our 40 footer was too big really so anything other than a travel trailer or pop up is probably too big. The store and cafe are closed but in the day must have been real good. If I had come here 10 years ago, I would have loved it, but with no sewer, no 50 amp, and no TV or Wi-Fi, it limits your abilities. We camped at Mack's Pines in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Parkers Crossroads RV Park and Campground, Yuma, Tennessee

Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $28.00
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Stopped for a night on our way west. Friendliest and most helpful staff. Owners are great and really nice. Showed us places to eat, local attractions, the works, we were very impressed. Guided to site, staff helped hook up. Unusual! sites are tight and up on the hill are laid out kind of strange, staggered like a diamond. Water pressure as extremely high, I disconnected and went on pump for the night. Everything else great. Would stay here again, but water pressure is concern, I was leaking all over the place with good connections and washers. Definitely would come back just for the owners and staff and deal with the water issue. We camped at Parkers Crossroads RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

New Green Acres RV Park , Walterboro, South Carolina

Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $32.00
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Spent four nights here while we moved from South Carolina to Arkansas. Water, cable, electric, sewer all good. Sites are wide and long but not level. Staff very friendly and good. Wi-Fi was non existent. We were told to "try going outside to get a signal". A lot of comments describe the park and its road noise as it is situated right next to I-95, but I did not see a lot of comments about the trashy trailer park next to it. Not very nice looking, and kept our storage doors locked at all times. Good for overnight up and down I-95 but really not much else. We camped at New Green Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Coastal Georgia RV Resort, Brunswick, Georgia

Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $36.00
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This is without a doubt one of the best kept and cleanest parks we've been to. All the other reviews are spot on about the good things, so I will try and add a few things that would have made this a ten of ten. First, the site was not completely level. I put the level dead center of the pad and it was off just a hair. The distance between sites is tight when entering and having a guide is probably a good idea so you can swing wide without taking out the grass or bushes. And really that's about it. The road noise from 95 is not bad at all. This park caters to everyone but there was more bus conversions and tag axles than campers and fifth wheels. All in all, it would definitely be worth your while to stay here, for a month or just an overnight. Either way it's worth it! We camped at Coastal Georgia RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
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Pecan Park RV Resort, Jacksonville, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $30.00
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This is the third time we've stayed at Pecan Park in the last year and a half. This time, I was disappointed to a certain extent. At check in, it was apparent that our reservation, made on PP's website was lost. OK, no problem here is your site. Went to the site and there was a permanent resident's truck parked there. Additionally, the permanent residents travel trailer looked like it was from 1966 and was filthy. So we drove back to the front and got another site. Pulled in, started hooking up and all of a sudden, permanent residents started checking us out because we were in the back where they mostly are. I felt under a microscope the entire time we stayed here. The permanents "patrol" the grounds for lack of a better word. Some of the trailers here are in pretty bad shape and for a "resort", you'd be surprised. The Wi-Fi was very poor. We had to wait until after 10pm to get anything other than a dead slow connection. The back of the park is far away from the pool, so don't expect to walk to it. All in all, I had rated PP very high before. Not this time. My wife and I have decided not to return and we come to Jacksonville often to see the grandchild. We camped at Pecan Park RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Asheville West KOA, Candler, North Carolina

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $36.00
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First time in a KOA and what a good place to start. First, the staff was excellent. They were helpful and very friendly. The site was gravel and level, plenty long enough for my 40 foot fifth wheel. Water pressure was strong, more than any other park I've stayed. Cable TV was awesome, well over 100 channels. Wi-Fi was strong too. Pool was nice and clean. Well kept. The campground itself was very appealing, with trails around it. My wife and I traveled most of them. The rear lot was mostly for smaller trailers; the coaches and fifth wheels were in the front lot. The road into the grounds was steep, no doubt but we made it in first no problem. Turn from the campground to the road out was a little tricky, but we made it no problem. The only drawback was the highway noise from I-40. I personally did not mind it, but this campground is not for those looking for solitude. It's great for overnighters and we saw many of them, but being that close to I-40 was convenient to sight seeing. The noise was loud, but not unbearable. For my first time in a KOA, I was pleasantly surprised and completely satisfied. I would definitely return here. We camped at Asheville West KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Pecan Park RV Resort, Jacksonville, Florida

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $38.00
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This was the second time we've stayed at Pecan Park and it was just as good as our first. I've left a big review for Pecan Park the first time, but in a nutshell, and not to repeat myself, the only drawbacks are the jet noise (I personally didn't mind it, you are in the flight path for JIA) and the flea market next door. It's only on the weekend and then they close early. NO shade, but the best attributes are the friendliness of the staff, the clean and crystal clear pool, the size of the sites, the level sites, and good WiFi and cable TV. We will definitely return when we visit our relatives in Jacksonville. I will take this over NAS Jax anyday and I am military. We camped at Pecan Park RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Pecan Park RV Resort, Jacksonville, Florida

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $42.00
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OK, first about Pecan Park is if you do not like jet noise, stay away. If you are like me and love aircraft, you'll be in hog heaven. Second, if you like shade, stay away. If you are like me, and enjoy Florida for the sun, you'll be in hog heaven. If you mind a flea market next door, stay away. If not, you'll be in hog heaven. OK, Pecan is right in line with JIA, it is close to I- 95 but the noise is not that bad as some make it out to be, I was in the first row and it didn't bother us at all. There are too few trees, but that's what awnings are for. On the plus side, the pool was the most crystal clear water I've ever seen in a public pool and it was great, even in April. The park is huge, no doubt, but stop in the office on your way out or in! They are open 7 days a week and the staff is friendly. No carrying your garbage to a dumpster. Have it out by 10am and they will pick it up. We will definitely return, it's pricey, but we love it. Again, cons: jet noise, no shade and flea market. Pros: BIG sites, wide, grassy areas, good electricity, cable, sewer and water. Some of the long term residents are in the back, but during our walks, they were very friendly. I lived in Jax for over 20 years and always wanted to stay here, now I have moved and love it! We will definitely be back! We camped at Pecan Park RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

RVacation RV Park, Selma, North Carolina

Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $39.00
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Stayed here for two nights. The other reviews are spot on, it's neat, clean, accessible, but it's hard to describe. I'll list the pro's and con's to make it easy. PRO: Wide open spaces, easy roads, almost all pull through with full hook ups, lots of over air TV channels available and the best looking registration clerk ever seen! CON: It's a very busy campground, lots of overnights going north or south on I-95 so there is a lot of activity. The highway noise was not so bad, the train horns from the switching yard of Selma wasn't too bad if you don't mind a big Norfolk Southern horn at 7am. The maintenance guy is why I rated this a 6 and not higher. For whatever reason, the site next to us HAD to be leveled with a tractor, the grass mowed with the biggest mower I've seen (even though it's cold, wet and the grass is not growing!), AND, to top it off, he had to blow all the leaves from the grass next to us for 30 minutes in the middle of a relaxing Saturday afternoon. I was very disappointed that he moved MY stuff to clean the spot. He could have asked. So, maybe it's just me, but I thought it was rude. We camped at RVacation RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Ozark View RV Park, Omaha, Arkansas

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $18.00
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My wife and stayed for two weeks at Ozark View and it was excellent. The owners are great and very helpful and friendly. The grounds are peaceful, quiet, and neighborly. The location of this park makes it perfect for Branson or Eureka. We will definitely return! Thank you for everything. We camped at Ozark View RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
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Croft State Natural Area, Spartanburg, South Carolina

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $16.00
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Croft SNA is a good place to go and get away in the woods. It is nestled deep in the state natural area and although the roads were a bit tight, we had no issues bringing a 40 foot fifth wheel in and out. The lake is at the bottom of the campground, and the views of it are not so good from the sites, but walk down to the embankment and watch the sunrise. It's convenient to shopping, but again, off the beaten path. I would stay here again. We camped at Croft State Natural Area in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 14
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 1

Aiken State Park, Windsor, South Carolina

Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $16.00
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Good site well off in the woods. Restrooms weren't that clean. Spacious sites, very peaceful. Wouldn't recommend in the summer, very hot and buggy. Good fire rings in all sites. Level and easy access to sites. Road is a bit tight but travel trailers shouldn't have a problem. Small fifth wheels with 30A should be good too. Far off the beaten path, and it takes some time to get to places, but good place to get out and relax. We camped at Aiken State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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