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Called ahead and hosts waited for us to find them. Very pleasant. This is mostly a summer/recreational lake type of campground with very few of us passing through during the week. Lots are not level so evening up the camper was a challenge.

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Found this via GPS and reached owner by phone to reserve a spot. The park is remote, it was late and we just decided to tough it out and stay after finding this. Not even a building for restrooms; the only residents there were those who might not have had anyplace else to go. Park has a 'For Sale' sign and apparently hasn't had any maintenance or grounds-keeping for several years. We used our own water supply as what came out of the tap at the campsite smelled and looked very bad.

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Thanks to the local Chamber of Commerce, we ended up here as all 'regular' rv parks in the area were full and we're glad we did. The park only had 3 other campers, very quiet, large lots. There is a playground and boat launch but little else. We've enjoyed other COE camping areas - we feel they're underrated.

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Stopped here not realizing how busy campgrounds are in the southwest in September. VERY helpful staff offered us to try a spot a previous camper had not liked and left. Said if my husband could fit the 5th wheel in we could stay - he did! Big park full of Grand Circle caravan big rigs but plenty of room. Good restrooms, too. Great place to base to see Monument Valley and Arches Nat'l Park.

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Found this in Woodall's guide and loved it! Park is spacious and restrooms VERY nice for a state park setting. The bonus was getting to explore the windcaves and trails areas.

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Nice, quiet little park that we found in Woodall's.

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This RV park is in a lovely open meadow with large lots, very quiet and peaceful. Service is friendly. We stayed two nights while touring the area. Minor inconvenience is having to go to the pavilion for the booster for wifi and cell phone service.

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Park is very open with good, level lots, clean restrooms and laundry. However, the highway noise is bothersome for sleeping.

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We have stayed here twice before in our 6 years of rving and there have been no changes to the restroom facilities - very old and dark, wouldn't try to shower. The campground is being expanded and lots are lovely. The owner is a fun person but relying too much on gimmicks (which are cute) but needs to improve the basic facilities.

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Advertised beach area very small and littered with duck/goose droppings yet children were playing there and in the equally nasty playground area. An area next to the shore was used as a dumping area for broken down camp equipment such as chairs, etc. Restrooms not kept up in good shape. Site next to ours was being used by departing campers as a sewage dump.

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We now plan on stopping here before the final push home to Maine. It's a nice park with level lots and pleasant hosts. They even have an adults-only swim hour each afternoon.

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A really nice park. Lots, while without water are shaded but can be challenging to back into (most uphill and require a turn). Restrooms/ showers can be a hike if you don't get close. Lots are nicely leveled. Kids play area and swim area are not withing walking distance of the camping area, necessitating a drive around to the area.

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Beautiful wooded area in the southern part of WV. Lots, while without water, are deeply shaded in the wooded area. Restrooms/showers can be a hike if you don't get close and water from the shower heads in the women's restroom ran constantly all the time we were here keeping the bathroom floor constantly very wet. VERY few lots would take the big rigs and all wooded lots are a challenge to back into (uphill and turning). Swim area not within walking distance of the camping area, necessitating quite a drive.

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Lots all back-in, quite grassy and uneven. There had been lots of rain in the area so no gravel/stone/cement meant walking and setting up in muddy areas. Restrooms need updating.

     

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Woodring Campground COE

Oakman, Georgia

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A really nice area on the lake. Lots are quite steep to back into. Restrooms/showers are far enough to have to drive to. We didn't see how a big rig could get into any of the lots. Swim area not within walking distance of the camping area, necessitating a drive to reach it.