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Joy RV Park

Cocoa, Florida

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A one night stay going home from Camping World. Our site was perfect, a pull through with 50 amp and water. We were right in front of immaculately kept bathrooms, showers and laundry. (I have never seen such clean facilities!)The only thing keeping this from a "10" was that, being just west of I-95, it is very noisy. I would definitely stay here again for a couple nights while visiting the area or going to Camping World.

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Chose this park for location to Mammoth Cave which is five miles away. What a pleasant surprise! But we had a very good spot overlooking a large, well mowed field! The people next to us overlooked our sewer hose so reviews could be dependent n your site. The park is neat and quiet. The sites rate from tent site to large full hook ups. Antenna reception gave us about 10 channels, AT&T phone was acceptable, wi-fi was OK. We stayed a week and tried to extend it but they were filled. Took a few of the park cave tours, went to Bowling Green to the Corvette Museum, and into Cave City. We would definitely return as we are leaving with things left undone, like a Green River float. The host has a list of recommendations which you are given upon registration which we found helpful.

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Stayed for a week. When we called for a reservation they said they had one site left "in the back." When we got there it was way in back and too small. They gave us another which was OK. The park is large and rambling. I cleaned a bag of garbage, socks and plastic water bottle, etc., out of the fire pit. We were in the largest portion which looked like a run down trailer park. We had to drive to the pool and laundry as we were so far in the back. The pool and laundry were good. Our site was listed as a pull through but my husband noted large branches the day we arrived. He notified the office and they said they would "have someone look into it." A week later we backed out of our pull through. I would probably not stay there again unless I got a site up front on level ground.

     

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Hardeeville RV

Hardeeville, South Carolina

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One night stay. Take Exit 8 from the north or the south to save time. Quiet campground with roomy sites. Not a destination place unless you want to use it to explore Savannah. No one in registration when we arrived so we had to call a few times. It was easy in and easy out which is what we wanted. Would stay here in our fifth wheel again.

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We stayed in the loop furthest from the water as our fifth wheel was too long at 35 ft. The Intracoastal Waterway loop was great with large, mostly unshaded spots. The gravel made for very level spots. Drainage was tested (and passed) with the downpours from the tropical depression forming. No pooling of water. Only the sites on the inner loop have sewer, which is funny because they encircle the rest rooms. Probably an ecological decision. Flagler Beach is how all Florida beaches use to be with lots of easy, public access. Would return again and stay longer. Rate is the senior Florida resident rate. No wi-fi. Minimal antenna reception.

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Stayed for two nights. Nice resort style park with hot tub, pools, club house, and evidence of socials during the winter. There are different loops, some more natural than others. We were close to the wi-fi antenna so we had good service in our rig. Cable was excellent. The workers were nice. I would come back during season and pay full price if I had the chance. This is half a mile off I95.

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Five miles from the interstate but well worth it. We had a pull through site for our one night of riding out tropical storm rain. Friendly people with pride in their park. EXCELLENT DRAINAGE on their gravel and sand sites. With a couple inches of rain, there were no puddles in the morning. We had wi-fi but no cable. Lots of open spaces for dog walking. I would return!

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I have reviewed this before but since their seems to be a big change , I thought I'd review it again. It seems this park has gone down. I am a big fan of COE parks so I do have a standard of comparison. First, the good: large sites, bathrooms and showers are always clean, either the park ranger, attendants, or police patrol frequently, good boat facilities. Not so good: no maintenance of the sites as evidenced by the trash left on the sites and in the fire pits between campers, garbage roadside not picked up (I reported a dirty diaper that was still there a week later), soda cans and plastic bottles litter the grounds, Firewood is no longer sold as it was being stolen, roads not cleared of debris after storms, rotting railroad ties. Maybe it is showing its age, but neatness is ageless. Only two TV channels as stated. Good AT&T signal for phone.

     

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Fries New River Trail RV Park

Fries, Virginia

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What a unique park! Nestled in a "holler," the owners have created an oasis for RV'ers. We had site 4, up a hill in the "balcony." The sites are large, well maintained, and secure. There is a garbage can at each site. The owner has just added two more sites and has plans for a laundry room. We had a truck issue and our dog had some mysterious transient illness. The owner gave us good referrals for both. Our original reservation was for a week but we kept extending and left at sixteen days! Can't wait to return.

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We chose this for its accessibility to the interstate. Easy in and out. Small, neat park with many permanent residents. Little did we know we would end up there for three nights as our jack motor broke. The owner was very helpful in connecting us with a repairman, saving us much time and aggravation. The park is on Pellicer Creek. While we didn't see anyone fish or boat, they do have a pier and small dock. We did have good wi-if and AT&T phone reception. It was a ways to downtown St. Augustine but perfect for one or two nights!

     

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Oconee Point COE

Seneca, South Carolina

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We are familiar with and are fans of COE parks. This was a first visit to Oconee Point for us. We had site 2 which had a small shore for our kyack. Water pressure and electric were fine. Antenna TV gave us several stations. AT&T cell signal was good. The sites are among the largest and most neatly maintained I have seen! For this reason even on weekends when the park was filled, it was quiet. The closest bathrooms were old but cleaned daily; the showers were about two blocks away and very good. We swam in the lake each day. Except for the heat and Mother Nature, we had no complaints!

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Pulled in for one night and was met by the owner who lives on the property. The area was very rural and grassy. We were told to select any site. They had a dump station but no sewer. Drinking water was poor tasting. One other site was being used. Night time lighting was poor with maybe one lit pole. As it was one night this was sufficient for us. There was a small lake and some kids were swimming in it but we were there for the convenience.

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Definitely a "resort" type atmosphere. Large sites with cement pads. A few shady spots, but most in the open. Gorgeous pool and clubhouse. No camp store, but the Dollar General down the road is like a small grocer. Security was excellent and the workers were very hospitable and concerned about our needs. I would definitely recommend this. We did eat at TONY'S, in Cedar Key, known for its clam chowder. Worth checking out.

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Repeat visit to this park. In spite of the rain, we had a good dry site. Good drainage. Being here for a few weeks, we have the park almost empty during the week and full on the weekends. It is always quiet, regardless. Not having sewer, we use their facilities part time. They are older, but very well maintained. We kayaked on the lake. My husband and grandchildren fished and were successful. Our phone had a good connection. We got one national network and several smaller ones with our antenna. Security seemed good with frequent patrols by either the park rangers or the Sheriff.

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Beautiful state park located about 11 miles from Elkin and 13 miles from Sparta. Nestled in a valley, surrounded by trees, you don't want to leave. A nighttime walk with a flashlight reveals the iridescent reflection of the eyes of the deer who come out to feed. Our site was out in the open. There was lots of rain which drained off. A creek wound through the park which provides a wonderful "white noise." The bathrooms are well maintained. We could not get AT&T phone connection and only three PBS stations with our antenna. But with this place, who cares? You can drive through the park, fish (with a license), swim at Widow's Creek, hike up Stone Mountain or to the Lower Falls. The closest store is a few miles away so if you need ice that is where you get it. This was an excellent week stay.