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my wife and I have been avid campers for over 40 years and are now full time RVer's. We have a 42' fifth wheel we live in.

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Great over night park, service and staff were great. We enjoyed the break so much we stayed another night so my wife could get her shopping fix in Jackson. They have some great long pull throughs with concreate pad. WiFi is good, Verizon worked well. No issues with big rigs, they also have RV repair and do hand wash jobs on rigs. Would stop again for sure.

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This is a very nice campground, all sites are FHU sites with 50AMP, there are 44 sites but only 39 for the general public. All sites are back in sites. There is a dump station and water fill site. I wouldn't call it a full big rig campground, there are many short sites, big rigs can get around the campground, be carefull. All streets and sites are paved, this is a nonreservation park, all sites are first come first served. Verizon has a great signal, over air TV is good, dish may work in some sites. Plenty of things to do in the area.

     

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Crooked River State Park

St Marys, Georgia

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Great park, only a few miles off I95, just past the Navel Sub Base. Park is large, very well kept, all paved roads, gravel, level, large sites. All sites have water and electric, 2 well placed bath houses with laundy. I view this park as big rig friendly, based on the assumption you know how to handle what your driving, we have a 42' fifth wheel and had no issues. Verizon signial was good, over air TV was good, dish could be tricky in some areas. They have cable but it doesn't always work well. Lots of trails and great walking and biking. We would stay again.

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This review is for the newer North Inlet Park, on the north side of the inlet. This park was put in after the bridge project was completed, it used to be the overflow area for the South Inlet Campground. All streets are paved, all sites are FHU sites, all are back in sites, all sites are blacktop with gravel table pad with table, all are the same length, all have 20/30/50 amp. I believe there are 80 sites on the north side. Bathhouse is nice, tiled and heated, park is open year around. There is a large laundry house, $1.50/washer, $1.00/dryer. Verizon cell and data work well, great over air TV, great dish viewing. If your looking for shade, there isn't any. Your close to the ocean and the bay. You do get a lot of road noise off of route 1, but it's tolerable. There is a great playground and walking areas, also great for riding bike. Big rig friendly, sites appear short but plenty of room for rear overhang, our fifth wheel is 42' and we had ample room. You are permitted to park car or truck off the pad. Sites are about 40' wide so you have room but not a private setting. We used to stay on the South Inlet side years ago, this side is quieter and nicer. We will stay again when in the area. In season you will need a reservation, very busy.

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Great park, there is a large lake with swimming beaches, fishing and boating (no power boats). The camping area is away from all else, there are RV and tent sites, most main roads are paved, RV sites are gravel. Most RV sites are level, gravel and some areas have 30amp, a few have 50amp, most are good size. We have a 42' fifth wheel and can fit in most sites, no water or sewer yet, dump station is very nice. They are adding a new section that will have 16 FHU sites, 14 pull through and 2 back in, very good sized. Expected to be open late 2017. Verizon cell and data were good, no air TV, dish works in some areas. Clean restrooms and showers, over all a nice park.

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Very nice Park, very clean, about 15 miles off 85, good road to it, well marked. Most sites are gravel, level, fire pit, table and post on large patio. Very clean bath house and laundry. A few paved sites, most sites are large, some pull thus. No problems with big rigs, limited air TV, most are open to dish use, good Verizon cell and data. Nicest tent areas I have ever seen at any park. They have a summing pool during the warm season. Not far to food and other things. Over all a great park, most GA parks are pretty nice. Would stay here again, very peaceful.

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Another great COE park, very easy to get to off Interstate 85. Big rigs should have no issues, might be a few sites that would be slightly difficult to get in but not many. Roads are big rig friendly, most sites are paved, sites in the first loop are all gravel but nice. Our Verizon was not the greatest in the first loop, our neighbors ATT was fine, our Verizon seemed to be fine in the other loops. Dish will for the most part be OK if yours is portable, over air TV is limited, about 10 channels. Water and 50 AMP at all sites, water pressure was great, showers are very limited. Very nice lake, great boating, beach is a short drive. Our price reflects senior discount. We would camp here again.

     

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Deerlick Creek COE

Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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This is another great COE Park, our cost reflects the National Park Pass discount. As with most COE parks all sites have water and electric, all sites have a level concrete pad, gravel patio, fire ring, picnic table, grill and hanging post. Great park, lots of shade, wide main roads. About 3/4 of the sites are large and big rig friendly, the River Bluff Loop should be avoided if you have a rig over about 25'. Be aware in warm weather there are snakes and scorpions. Verizon cell and data have a good signal, TV antennas get good reception, dish may be limited. We would camp here again.

     

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Gunter Hill COE

Montgomery, Alabama

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COE Parks overall are great but this one is assume to say the least. Our cost reflects the old guys discount card, the Catoma loop has 75 FHU sites, all sites are padded, long sites with a gravel patio, picnic table, fire ring and hanging hook. this park has wide paved roads, paved paths and a lot of water front sites. If you have any issues maneuvering through this park, no mater how big your rig, you shouldn't be driving. They even have free fire wood. We have a 42' fifth wheel and there isn't a site we couldn't fit on with our truck and with room leftover, there are quite a few pull throughs. Verizon and MiFi worked great. TV antenna got 40 channels, dish might not work in some areas unless you can move it around. Your about 20 minutes from Montgomery, shopping and restaurants are close. Great Park.

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Great park, rate was National Seniors pass, somewhat isolated, one grocery store a couple miles away. Larger shopping area is 18 miles. All paved roads, big rig friendly, some sites are hard surface pads, some are compacted gravel. All sits are pretty level and most will take any size rig. There are two bath houses and both are in the B loop. A and C loop all have a great view of the lake. Verizon cell and MiFi worked well, good antenna TV, most areas have a clear site for dish TV. We were in our fifth wheel, would stay again.

     

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Greenbrier State Park

Hagerstown, Maryland

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There are two areas: a day use lake, picnic area and a camping area. The camping area has 4 loops, only one loop has power (Cedar Loop), this loop is the best geared to RV camping, a big portion of the other loops are for small units and tents. This is not a big rig friendly park. Few sites will accept big rigs. It is clean and well run. Cell service is good TV antenna service is fair. Satellite service is spotty, hour in the mountains. Overall a nice park. We were hosts here for 3 months; hosts have full hookups. We were in a 42' rig.

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This is a great park with some considerations, there are no hookups except for the Host sites, no hot water at all even at showers, restrooms are clean but primitive. On the plus side, there are sites for every size unit even the biggest Riggs, all sites and roads are paved and your either on the ocean or the bay. Cell service was fair, of course there is no internet unless you have your own. TV reception on a boosted antenna was really great. Our price was with a National Park pass, which is half price. They are open year around, reservations can be made from mid April to mid Oct, otherwise first come first serve. I can say in the summer don't try without a reservation it will be FULL. We like the ocean side, less bugs and gen are permitted in all sites, bag side allows gen in A loop only. All rules are STRICTLY ENFORCED. Have fun

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This is a great park for a base to see all the area sights. They have made some changes for this year. They now have WiFi that works pretty well in sites 1 through 31, not as well on the other side. They are working on that issue. They have leveled and put new gravel in all sites. They now do reservations on about half the sites. They are putting in a kiosk for registration and credit card payment but it isn't operating as of this post. Big rig friendly, busy through the day in the park area but very quiet at night. Shopping and eating very close, within walking distance. All in all a great park for the cost.

     

Butte KOA

Butte, Montana

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Close to the interstate, easy on and off. Was just bought by new owners and they are really cleaning the place up. Great for overnight or for visiting the area. There is a lot of Western history in the area.

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Lots of great camping at Myrtle Beach, but this is surely one of the very best places to stay. Very big rig friendly, large sites, and very clean everywhere. We stayed during their slowest time, WiFi was very good. 24 hr access so you can come and go when ever. All the staff were very friendly and very nice. Great store and laundry. Really nothing bad to say, will stay here anytime we are in the area.