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Sites need gravel and some turns are tight and narrow. Wi-Fi was unreliable and laundry room needed cleaning. Would probably return, but they need to upgrade Wi-Fi.

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New owner, took over last Nov. Good overnight stop, of course a lot to do in the area. Wi-Fi was excellent, good cable TV and very large dog park plus a lot of extra areas to walk your dog. Would return.

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Narrow roads, short sites, untrimmed trees, no gravel nor grass. Overnight stay, would not return. Cat on freezer in office and owner's dog roaming at large, definite negatives. New owners, hopefully things will improve.

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The park has an excellent host/manager. This is the most modern KOA we have ever stayed at. Not fans of KOA but this one is exceptional. This area is a great recreation area. We used this as a family destination/meeting campground. Very nice lodges and cabins. Excellent Wi-Fi and services. Would definitely stay again.

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Nice campground for seasonal units or weekend campers. Too far off of the interstate for overnight camping, and roads leading to campground are very narrow with little to no shoulder. Nice restroom facilities, trash around cabins/tent area, narrow roads.

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This place is in need of a lot of TLC. Sites are very uneven and sewer was difficult to reach in comparison as to where water & electric hook-ups are. There is an extra charge for everything, visitors arriving to have dinner are charged an extra fee. Extremely worried about not having more than one unit/vehicle on site. Visitors MUST park on grass around perimeter of campground. Monitor and nickel and dime you to death.

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Sites are not level and sewer is difficult to reach. Nice campground hosts in office, owner's are non-existent. Not much grass and bathhouses are fairly clean but old. Ok place to stay when touring Springfield.

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A little out of our way, but well worth the time to get there. Not your average KOA; large sites and spacious campground. Great and friendly staff/owners eager to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Very big rig friendly; a Prevost pulling tri-axle trailer checked in after us. Would definitely stay here again due to office staff, although I felt it was a little on the expensive side.

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This is a seasonal campground, not brig ig friendly. Big rigs would not be able to cross the bridge; they would drag. They advertise WI-FI, but it is non existent. We had to turn around in their garbage dump area to go back to our site. Extremely steep entrance; most units will drag entering campground. Waterfront sites are taken by seasonal units.

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Easy on/off from interstate, no pull through available but owners took us to a secluded back in site. Little bit of an effort to get there but worth the time. Good electric, level site. Would stay again.

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Totally disagree with previous reviews, written by locals who like to stay here to due cheap rates. They ask you when you check in to give this campground an excellent rating. Looking for more federal funds. LOTS of tenters, bathhouses were totally unacceptable, and no one is available to have the noise from tenters radios turned down. Definitely not an easy campground to get into. The locals have all of the full hook-up sites. Would never stay here again.

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Was skeptical with liquor sales in office upon check-in. When led to our camp site through numerous seasonal areas we were afraid. Poorly manicured and hard to maneuver, not Big Rig friendly. Way off the beaten path.

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LONG level pull-through sites, (90' in length). Excellent electric, table at every site. Super friendly owner, definitely engaged in his business. Trailer Life and other directories need to reassess this campground. Highly recommend, excellent overnight or weekend campground. Campground is very clean, enjoyed our stay. Good place to walk your pets.

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Campground is showing it's age. Laundry was not as clean as has been in years before. Electric slowed down in afternoon when a/c units were all in use, electric monitor went into red area. There is NOT Wi-Fi available at each site. You must register with the office and take a "kit" that contains a modem back to your site that needs to be hooked into the cable connection. If you want Wi-Fi you have to go to the Meadow Trading Post. Modem and Wi-fi cost an additional $9.95 per day and you have to put down a $125.00 deposit for the modem kit. They also do not offer any discounts, read on the Good Sam website that they allow that discount, did not honor our discount upon check-in. Told us had to register that when making reservation which are not rules of Good Sam. Also no where on Ft. Wilderness reservation site to list Good Sam discount. We would stay again, atmosphere of Disney.

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Previous reviews are very correct. There is an extremely narrow road getting to campground. Check in very difficult, took a long time and the staff could not tell us how to get to our site. When asked how to pull onto the pull thru site she told us hook-ups were on the "right" side, meaning "correct" side but she did not know how to get there. Wifi is non existent. The campground is full of old units, seasonal. We wish someone could explain why such good ratings in the directories. Other overnight campers had same opinion as us, and would never return. We locked the door and went to bed early but that did not work due to the constant trains going through the campground.