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I rated the park a 10 for only one reason--the waterfront site we had. It was beautiful and the whole family enjoyed watching the tide come in and out. Had it not been for this site, I am not sure the park would have much appeal over any other park in the area. The staff was friendly and escorted us to the site. We had 50 amp and water, but no sewer at the waterfront site. They do offer a pump out service and not sure if there is a charge as we were not there long enough to use the service.

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This was our first time to the park. The good: Upon arrival there is a large staging area to park and register. The office / store is nice and updated. The rest: We requested and received a pull-through site for our 40' coach. We were instructed to go through the park the wrong direction to make the turn into our site. The roadways are narrow and in order to make the turns you will brush trees and bushes. Our site was narrow and over hanging branches rested on the coach while parked in the site. The sites in this area are not too level, but the coach had no issues with the auto leveling system. The front part of our site was washed away and never replaced. Due to the site design there was no way we could pull through and exit our site. This park seems as it was designed for camping units many years ago and never adjusted to fit the size of today's units. For the price we were charged, I can't say the activities at this time of year could support.

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Chose this park due to the closeness to the outlet mall as that was the purpose of the trip, only a 5-10 minute drive. We arrived after dark. The office staff was friendly and escorted us to our site. The site was a long gravel pull-through that left lots of room for the coach and toad. The sites were of average size. The park was clean and well cared for. Trash picked up at your site daily. Our roof mounted Direct TV worked fine, but as others have mentioned it may be to the lack of leaves on the trees.

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We spent a few days at this gem of a resort. Check in is a little disorganized as a previous poster mentioned. Great site overlooking the lake and great amenities included with the site rental at the resort just right down the road. Verizon cell service was sketchy and Wi-Fi seemed very weak in the area of the park we were in. We have three children and they loved the kids pool at Rumbling Bald Resort.

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We were in the area to see Duck Dynasty and arrived an evening earlier than expected. I phoned ahead to check for a site and they was one available, but the office would be closed when we arrived. They left our paperwork on the board and asked we stop in the next morning to pay. Nice pull through that accommodated our 40' coach and toad. Gravel site, with no problems leveling. Full hook ups. The park is right off the interstate and noise did not seem to be a problem. There is also a Pilot truck stop across the street, so you can top off on your way out. Great park for an overnight!

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We were passing through town and it happened to be the Country Music Award weekend and several of the other campgrounds were booked. We spent one evening here at Seven Points and it worked out well. The campground host was polite and helpful. Our site was shaded, paved and the hookups were close. Our site also had a separate table to place your grill, etc., rather than on the picnic table. The site easily handled our 40' coach. No SAT service was available due to the heavy trees, but several other campers had portable dishes set up. Our Verizon mifi worked well. This park is only a 15 - 20 minute drive from all the attractions of Nashville.

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We visited the park during the Columbus Day holiday and was also one of their four Halloween weekends. We reserved a super site and was by far the best sites in the park. They include a large concrete pad and concrete picnic area along with the fire pit. Plenty of room for our 40' coach. The park was kept clean and employees were around several times a day picking up trash from sites. Being there on a weekend we had minimal noise from the jets and our children loved seeing them fly low to the ground.

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We visited the park in late August. We paid extra to stay in the Sunset Acres section of the park. Our site was crushed stone with a stamped concrete patio which included a fire pit, picnic table, glider swing and lamp post light. It is a central location to all the attractions in the area. We did not use the restroom facilities so I can not comment on them. The Wi-Fi was sketchy at best.

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We spent the weekend at Candy Hill. Upon arrival at the office we were greeted by very friendly employees. We were escorted to our site and the older gentleman guided us into a back in spot. The site pad was paved and we had full hook up. The pad was not completely level, but nothing the automatic levelers could not address. The ground were mowed and well kept. We were unable to get a satellite signal and used the park's cable RV. The pictures was o.k., but frosty at times. On Sunday they featured a car show which was a plus before we hit the road.

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We used this campground as a place to park the coach while staying with family in the area. The park was recently purchased by Sun Resorts. We had a pull through site (grass) with full hook ups. The clubhouse / office has been remodeled. The roads were being repaved while we were here. Checked out the bath house for this review & they were all new too. Close to I-75 @ exit# 101.

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This was our first time to the park. Their website is a little misleading. We paid for a super site. When we arrive the site was covered with cut grass. The site was small. When our awning was extended it was almost touching the unit beside us. The park is about 50% sites and 50% seasonal park models. The park models were well kept, but the golf carts were out of hand. All night long they drove around and the later the evening go the faster they went. The positives... The park is well kept for the most part. The pool area is nice and the location along the river is a nice spot. In the future I would seek a site on the main campground portion away from the seasonal sites as they appear to be larger.

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We spent three nights at this state park during the Easter holiday. The sites are paved with a small grass section which has some bare spots that show the sand. We did not use the showers or rest rooms but took a look for this review. They were clean, heated and recently updated. The sites were not huge, but saw 45' motorhomes in the park with no issues. The main attraction is fisherman who can walk a short distance to the Indian River Inlet and fish. During the warmer months the beach is only a short walk. A nice campground for the closeness of Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Dewey and Bethany beaches - just not a frills which the $40 per night (out of state) reflects.

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We were in town visiting family and spent a great fall weekend at Pohick Bay. We had a full hook up site. The site was level with a picnic table and fire ring. The interior roads were paved. A camp store stocked with the basic even in November!! They have a very nice pool (closed when we were there) It seems to be a well run park. The mini golf was closed for the year, but asked at the ranger station and they allowed our kids to play. The park is also close to the Metro.

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We spent two nights at the park. The staff was friendly and escorted us to our site. The gentleman even brought firewood to our site. The park was well kept and landscaped nicely. Each site had a fire ring and picnic table. The free WiFi worked. We were even able to get Direct TV thru the trees. Our trash was picked up every morning at our site. The store sold more gifts then camp store items, but I also understand their busy season is now over. Two nights of full hook ups was only $57. We will be back!

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We just returned from a weekend in Watkins Glen. The campground was great. The staff was friendly and helpful at check in. Our rate per day was $68. We stayed in the Sunset Acres part of the park. Theses sites are large pull throughs with cement patios, lamp post with hanging flower basket and a glider swing. Adjacent to the patio is a concrete area with a fire pit. That park was clean and well taken care of. The trash was picked up everyday at your site. Plenty of activities for kids. Wi-Fi was free and worked well. We will for sure return.