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I think that last review was a little harsh. Granted there are some sites with bulging site pads and decks in bad shape but most are fine. It is an older park and the bathroom and laundry are not fancy, marble counter tops. This is an average old campground. Roads are paved, sites are paved, many have a wooden deck that is fine. Utilities worked fine and, maybe because of our booster, the WiFi was fine. Laundry is only $1 each. The biggest downside of this place for me is if you got one of the sites with the utilities on the wrong side (be sure to ask when calling) or one with a tree making it tough to get in your site. Some sites are back-to-back. Verizon signal was fine. Otherwise this place is fine if you aren't all snooty. We live full-time in our RV so we see a lot of places, we've seen much worse. I would stay here again if was in the area.

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Did not see an issue with low branches when pulling in by the house. There are about 5 well setup, well packed (with some stone), level, 50 amp, FHU sites as the first ones on the left. Others are seemingly just grass and not necessarily very level. Call to see what is available. I was happy with those first sites. There is no WiFi but my Verizon Mifi worked just fine. There certainly is nothing special about this place but it is quiet and safe. Note that there are go-cart races across the street on Saturday. This can be noisy but otherwise it is very quiet. I would stay here again.

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Road getting to park, and also interior roads, are narrow but navigable when going slow. Interior roads mostly gravel, sites are gravel and not very level. Site spacing is decent. Pull-thru sites angled well so even though a narrow road can get in ok. Utilities worked fine. Sewer placement causes a pretty long run of hoses at a lot of sites. WiFi worked pretty well at site. Verizon signal 1 dot. Although fairly close to interstate traffic noise not bad. Would stay again if in the area.

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This is a challenging place to get to if you don't plan your route carefully. Office help gives directions on phone - pay close attention. If coming from west you'll have to get turned around and that will be a challenge. We came in from the east so didn't have to deal with that but the sign for the park is very small and you have to take it slow so be cautious. This is a Mobile Home park slowing converting to RVs. Interior streets are paved with lots of, not very visible, speed bumps. Sites are stone, varying degrees of level depending on site, very spread out (spacious). Utilities placed well. Water pressure very high so use a regulator. Wifi available at our site and was fast. Verizon signal strong. Traffic noise from very busy Hwy 78. We would stay here again if in the area. Note: Dec 2015 review must be the other park based on comments made.

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Easy to get to if you follow directions on their website. Interior roads are paved. Sites are dirt and pretty level. Utilities well placed and worked well. No WiFi at sites but worked well sitting at covered picnic tables near office. Nice bathroom.

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Easy access off of I-95. Interior roads are mostly paved. Sites are dirt with concrete pad for picnic table. Many sites not level with a slant to the street. Utilities all were well located and worked fine. Wifi not great, just enough for basics. Verizon signal good. Nice pool and deck at lake. Would stay here again.

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Very basic, old fashioned campground. Paved interior roads but dirt sites. Roads are very narrow and marked one-way. The narrow roads could make it tough to maneuver into some sites. Trees prevent any grass from growing and make satellite reception difficult. Utilities worked fine. All were positioned midway in the site we had. Many different sized sites and some are on random angles to fit between trees. Wifi worked fine for us. Verizon signal strong. Call for reservation to ask specifics of sites versus using the online map. They have some sites that can only be reserved over the phone.

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Easy in and out. Paved roads and sites. Utilities worked well. Picnic table on a concrete patio. Nice facilities, friendly staff. The breakfast and lunch meal certificates were a bonus and the food was actually ok. The sites are definitely short making what would be considered a nice wide street narrower due to cars and trucks parked in front of RVs. Wifi worked well at our site and Verizon signal was good.

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We spent a month here so we observed a lot. Easy in and out. Roads are paved. Excellent office staff. Very nice, newly redone facilities. Most sites are level but grass or dirt (or mud if rains). Most sites are pretty long. Very high percent of sites have live oak trees for shade but in spring were VERY messy. We had a lot of rain and some sites were very muddy. Some sites have patio slabs which would help with mud. Road noise from I-4 ranges from very bad to just annoying depending on how far away you are (and how good your hearing is I suppose).

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The last two reviews summarize a lot of valid points. This park is hit or miss for transients (we visited on Coast to Coast) as far as a doable big rig site. We got pretty lucky to get a site not too bad for maneuvering. Other points not mentioned by others are the electric is strong, water pressure varies but even at low times is usable. Trees (pines and/or live oak) can drop a lot of stuff on your rig. The park is very well maintained and most permanent setups are nice. Nice pool. Good laundry. Almost daily activities if you are into that. We've stayed here before and saw good improvements since the last time.

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This park is easy to get into and out off. Roads are paved, sites are dirt. Our site was very long, narrow and level. There are turns but there was plenty of room to swing wide and make the turns with our 40 ft fifth wheel. Electric worked well, sewer was fine. Water pressure varied between 24 and 40 psi. WiFi was variable - great at times, non-existent at times. Satellite is hit or miss with the trees. Did not use the cable TV that was provided. Verizon signal strong. We had a smooth check-in process. Bathroom and laundry were fine. We would stay again if in the area. Rate is Good Sam discount.

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This park is easily accessible with I-10. The interior roads are tight up front with a little more room in the back. Some roads paved, some not. All sites are grass and pretty level. Utilities all worked well. Good Verizon signal. WiFi was variable. Three individual restroom/shower rooms were ok. Laundry room clean with six of each. Not a bad stop but nothing special. All people very friendly.

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We came in on Coast to Coast and thus were given 30 amp and no sewer even though I made a reservation for 50 amp FHU two months previous. Coast to Coast check-in is 4 pm (according to the C2C website) versus members is noon. The site assigned to us was way too short and impossible to maneuver into with my 40ft fifth wheel, so I went into the one next to it and told them I did so. I'm just glad that site was open. Just keep in mind, C2C members, there are different rules for us and I would suggest calling ahead to verify if you are going to get a site you want. What you reserve via C2C is meaningless. The vitals: water good, electric was solid. Did not use the pay WiFi. Verizon signal good. We got satellite through the trees but I consider it lucky. Roads are all dirt thus either dusty or muddy. Sites are level but mushy after rain. Some sites are difficult to maneuver into due to trees. Bathroom/showers are old but clean. Laundry has 3 of each at $1.75 each. One advantage to the no sewer area of the park is it is quiet and no traffic driving through. Dump station was not standard as it was just a pipe sticking out of the ground with no concrete around so it was a muddy mess of whatever others had done there.

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This is a nice park with spacious, paved sites and paved roads. Sites are of varying size but most look like you would have lots of room to overhang over the end of the pad if that works for your rig. Site 43 in campground B is a long, and pretty level, pull thru so is great for a big rig. We even got DirectTV satellite from this site. Electric and water were good. No sewer. Restrooms are old but clean and maintained. Very quiet and peaceful. Dump station well done on the way out. Definitely would stay here again.

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Easy to get on/off of I-10. Gated rv park. Very friendly and helpful staff. Our initial site was too short and we were nicely moved to a different site. Nice newly done bathrooms, very clean. Utilities worked fine. Comes with cable tv but we did not use. Wifi speed was variable. Paved roads and concrete pads to park on. Only some sites with picnic table. Satellite view will vary by site. Not very easy to maneuver a big rig. We had an issue with vehicles blocking the road and low branches on the road that we would normally leave on. We were lucky and able to back up and go down another row. The park is full of long-term people that just park their vehicles anywhere and any which way they choose. Might have been ok if we would have pulled out on a week day when they were gone to work.