Lucky Lady from Florida

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Traveling back home and decided to spend a few days near Pigeon Forge. Honestly this wasn't our first choice, but after a long drive this was so conveninet to I-40 we decided to give it a try and am I glad we did! This was a great campground. Friendly folks, good size site, full hook ups, an internet that worked plus cable. They have a nice size pool which looked immaculate and laundry which was very clean. Trash is picked up at site daily. Easy to find and the roads within the park easily handled a motorhome with tow. We plan on returning and staying longer.

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This is a great little park. Each time we've been here they've improved upon some item. They have nice spacious sites for big rigs. Its easy to find and convenient to interstate. The owner/operators are so nice and ready to help you any way they can, very knowledgeable about the area. We stayed here overnight but next time plan to stay longer.

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We've stayed here before because it is convenient, has pull thrus, and full hook ups. It is a bit of a mess right now, thus the $25 dollar charge because they are under construction. New owners have big plans and I hope they go through with fixing it up. The park itself is well set up, everything worked at our site. They need more gravel on the sites which are now pretty much overrun with grass. They do not have cable and I could not find the wifi they say is available. Still a good spot for overnight, just nothing fancy. This park is in Lake City, not sure why Key Biscayne is listed on their park name.

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Great park, great staff. Spacious concrete sites, super water pressure, picnic table, grill and trash pick up at site. I'd rate this park a ten, but for the lack of signage directing you to the park. It's non existant when you get off the interstate. Driving a 40' motorhome w/tow thru the nearby community forced me to deduct a point. It was an ugly trip. But I must give kudos to the staff for their safety procedures during the tornado watch that was issued during our stay. I've never experienced that type of door to door attention and we've been caught in some bad weather while camping. Really good planning on their part.

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Second time we stayed here this year. Just use it as an overnight stop. It's easy on easy off I-90, has a nearby diesel station, restaurant and grocery store. Gravel sites a little mucky from rain this time, but no problem getting level. Cable only offers 5 stations but fine for overnight stay otherwise you can use your satellite. Wifi was fair. Stayed here in a 40' motorhome w/tow; did not disconnect.

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Park could use a little TLC. In its day was probably considered a resort, but I don't think so now. Pros: good for overnight stay, site and most of the roads were asphalted, didn't have to unhook, they did have full hook ups, and staff was super friendly. Cons: not too much around, lots of workers and permanents, looked like all the water connections leaked. Camped here in a motorhome, would not stay here again.

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We stayed here 4 days because it was such a central location. Day trips to the Redwood Forest, coastal towns and Crater Lake. Nice, clean campground. Concrete pads, 50 amp, Cable, and a wi fi that worked! Only used the laundry which had nice washers and dryers, very clean. Some noise from I-5 but by the end of the day we were so tired it didn't bother us at all. We camped here in a 40' motorhome with tow. Hook ups are conveniently located and site was long enough for coach and truck.

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Nicely RV park with a lot of permanents. Staff was very helpful/friendly and provided great information and cookies! We stayed here a week and made day trips all over Washington. We had a back-in space which was kind of tight for us, but nicely kept. Their cable was OK, wifi was bad, laundry was super clean and the park itself was easy access from highway. You could walk to local coffee hut.

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Park appeared to be an old mobile home park that they're fixing up. We had a great site (#27) that was nice and wide and long enough for our motorhome. There were some large trees, but we were able to maneuver around just fine. Water pressure was excellent and this really is the best park for access to Glacier Natl Park, which is why we were there. We'd stay here again if ever in the area.

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Nice little park right off exit on I-29. Pull thru long and spacious. Owners are friendly, hands on, and escort you to your site. We camped here in a 40' motorhome with a pick up in tow. We did not have to disconnect. You can walk to a number of restaurants and diesel fuel is available - all at the same exit. Wifi is provided, no cable.

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Park is nice, clean and staff very friendly and helpful. Cash or check only. We just needed an overnight spot and the pull thru we got was nice and long. We camped in a 40' motorhome with a pick up truck in tow. I'd rate this campground much higher, but for the tight turns required to get to your site. Just staying overnight we didn't want to disconnect. Plus the "rock" decorations that these parks insist on having are just accidents waiting to happen. We'd stay again, but would probably disconnect.

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Very nice park and well-maintained. Bath houses were spotless and lawns were kept manicured. This is a great park for families with kids. Lots to do, activities, mini golf, playground, pool and a lake to fish, etc. If you're there to visit the area be aware that everything is about a 30 minute drive away from the campground at a minimum. As others have stated the initial entry into the campground is horrendous. We arrived in a 40' motor home with a toad and pretty much blocked everything while I hurried to check us in to get through the gate! Bad set up. Our site was long and wide enough, we did hear the quarry somewhat during the week and the speedway over the weekend, but nothing real noticeable. We camped here to visit with relatives and that would be the only reason we return; just not our cup of tea.

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This is a great campground, with the Passport discount you cannot beat it. It's clean, has full hook ups , and pull thrus. This is not the place to stay if you have kids and are looking for a family vacation. We stop here going in and out of Florida and it never disappoints. Yes, they have some rules, but get over it. We're not playing TBall and everyone doesn't get a trophy. Restrooms are spotless, satellite is IFFY, but they do provide Internet service. Great place to stopover from I75 and/or 10. Unfortunately, owners want to sell, so if they do I'm sure things will change.

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Love this park. Easy access for 40 ft. rig with tow. Nice sites, pool, staff and campers. Stayed here overnight last year and wanted to stay longer this time. Beautiful trees for shade, however they do not impede parking your rig! Lots of stuff for kids and adults alike. Convenient to grocery stores, restaurants and highways. Following GPS instructions we thought we were entering a housing plan. Keep going and you will be pleasantly surprised.

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This is a great looking campground which appears to be well maintained. I did not use the bathhouse facilities, but did go in to check them and they were absolutely spotless. Nice shower facilities with plenty of room. The site we had was plenty big for our 40 ft. rig and tow vehicle. All staff encountered we're friendly and eager to help. Nightly rate shows Passport discount. Included 50 amp service, water, sewage and cable. Each site has picnic table (in good shape) and fire ring. If you stay for any length of time be aware they only have 1 washer and dryer.