Honeybear & Sugarbear

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This is a wide open park, and big rig friendly. This is the most unique park I have been to. They have a small motel, several little cabins, some permanent park model trailers. Everything is arranged well, and very pleasant to the eyes. If you are in a 5th wheel RV, you back in to your site, if you are a Motorhome you drive in to your site. This is so that everyone has a great spot to enjoy the view pond. Each site has a concrete patio pad with a picnic table. The parking sites themselves are gravel, level, but only wide enough for your RV. With that being said, the yard for each RV is very generous is size and manicured grass. The staff is great and friendly. I was truly impressed with this campground. Now for the down side. It is off the beaten path, but in the middle of many excursions. The 1 1/2 mile road to the campground is very very narrow. But the road is paved and very little traffic. Just go slow.

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We stayed here in a motorhome and pulling a 24' trailer. They had an 80' sight that would accommodate us. The sites are close to each other. When we opened our slid out, there was only a foot between us and the small pull behind camper's Awning, that was extended, next to us. There were several open sites, but they said that this site was the longest. The sites are level. They had ducks and geese galore. Lots of geese droppings. The roads inside the park were rock and mud, and sand. We needed just an overnighter. This was o.k. It was easy to maneuver with our coach (43') toeing a (24') trailer. It is just off of I-95.

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This is just a small campground in Williamston NC. They only have grass sites. The ground is firm, but you still need to put pads under your landing gear. The owners are on site and very friendly and helpful. The wifi is GREAT. This campground has no amenities, but the sites are really level and is Big Rig friendly, with 100' long sites. No Bath house. But for $22.00 G/S price, you can not beat it. We have family that lives about 30 miles away. This is the closest campground for us, that we would want to stay at. We have camped here several times and really like the campground and the location to the Walmart, and the City of Williamston. (just a few miles away). Can't say enough good things about it. Clean, Level, Friendly, easy in, easy out, and great WiFi.

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This is among the bad RV parks we have stayed. No gardens, No Pool, Bath house was dirty and looked like it has not been cleaned in over a week. The grass was so tall it had gone to seed. The ant were plentiful. And the worker could care less. I can say my dogs did not get fleas. ( which I was very worried about) There are several better campground around. I will not stay here again!!! I can not believe that they charge $44.00 a night for this place. We only stayed, because it was close to the Hilton Hotel and beach. We spent a week with our grandchildren. We know we only need a place to sleep, we would be gone all day. It was adequate for our needs. It did have long pull through sites as we tow a 24' trailer with us.

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The BIGGEST thing that got this park a satisfactory rating. (THEY CHARGE $5.00 PER PET) ARE YOU KIDDING!!!!!!!!! DO YOU THINK YOU ARE A HOTEL???? This park is nice. But not to the extent that we have to pay to have our dog stay with us. WHY DO YOU THINK WE HAVE AN RV, TO TRAVEL WITH OUR PESTS!!!!!!!!!!! I did not know that when we checked in. We still would have stayed. We were meeting my brother and Sister-in-law for a week of vacation. But next year it will be somewhere else, NOT KOA.

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This park is about 10 miles from Falls Creek Falls. Yes, the sites are not all that level, and you will need the Blocks on the back end of your RV. But with that said, the other campground in that area, does NOT have level sites either. With this campground, the sites are all gravel, and wide open with only about 4 shade trees. No maneuvering around trees, narrow roads or having limbs rubbing down your RVs. Between the 2 parks, this one is great, hands down. Great WiFi. Cell service is spotty. 2 brothers have just open it and are doing what they can, as they can. We will be back again. We camped here with our Good Sam's group. 6 RVs.

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I will give this a rating of 7, because it was not bad, but aged. They had long pull-through sites for our motor home and trailer. It was easy in and easy out. They had speed bumps that will rearrange your cupboards and out friend could not get his trike across the speed bumps. He had to go round. They say they have Internet, but only in the office. The outside repeater was not working and was not sure for how long. I would try to find a better one than this one for the price that we payed.

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This is a small quaint campground behind the Quality Inn. You check-in at the Quality Inn lobby. It is small,and dusty. It had pull through long enough for our 42 ft motor home and a 14 ft cargo trailer so we did not have to break loose. I don't think you could have gotten anything any longer on those pull-throughs. It was on the Navajo Reservation. It was adequate for a couple of days. The wind was blowing really hard while we were there. Not much to complain about, for the price you are paying.

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We call ahead the night or so before heading to the next campground for availability. We called 2 other campgrounds in Williams AZ, and they were both full and one suggested we call Railside RV Ranch. WOW. I am so glad the others were full. This was a GREAT find. This will be our regular campground when we come through this area again. We were pulling a 14 ft trailer with our motorhome and they had long pull-through level sites. Great Wi-Fi. There is not enough room to give them the praise they need. ALL campgrounds should be judged by this campground. They really know how to run an RV park.

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This is a nice campground. Not many amenities. The roads are dirt, the WiFi is very good, and the cable is great. Plenty of shade. It is an easy off and on I 40. We would stay here again.

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This is a really nice campground. Not many extras, but it was clean and close to the interstate. We used this as an overnight stay. The interior roads and sites are gravel and mostly level. I would stay here again if I pass this way again.

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This is a great park. I just gave it an 8, because the sites are very small. But it is very clean, and the man running the office was just as nice and personable as you could ever want. They are very funny about cleaning up after your pets, but that is because not everyone cleans up like they should. And I for one, am glad they are picky. Their only down fall is the small or close sites. The Wi-Fi was great. I will stay here again.

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This is an old park. It has several permanent campers. The trees are over grown. There were trees that the leaves and limbs scraped the top and sides of our motor home. We will not stay here again.

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Oh my goodness, is this just the best campground for people who enjoy spending quality with your dogs. They have an agility course, rally course, hiking trails, swimming pond for you and your dog. Front office has corgis that invites all new camping dogs. Has a shower room just for your dogs to get washed up after a swim in the pond. Even a raised tub for the small dogs. 2 grooming tables. Saturday night pot luck dinners and games. Staff was very friendly, and everything was so clean. Me, my husband, and Deogi I will be back many more times.

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This was a very quiet campground. No activities. Staff was friendly. Park was clean. They have a 2 acres dog area/ picnic area. That area had many holes, and while I was running my dog, she tripped in one of these holes. Just beware. The bathrooms were clean but during hot days they were really hot. The swimming pool is very small. The park is old but looks good for its age. For us it was too far from Myrtle Beach. (It's a 35-45 minute drive.)