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Okay park that is right off the coast. You have access to a free fishing pier and beach. There are very few 50 amp or sewer sites available. Most are 30 amp w/water only concrete back-in sites. Water faucets are on wrong side every other space. Some are spacious (ours 119) and some are tight. Very little parking for toad. Nice people and store. Dump station and free good wifi. Will stay here again even though rather expensive for what you get. Its location can't be beat!

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Extremely nice State Park. Huge full hookup 50 amp pull thru and back in gravel sites. All are level and have fire rings and nice tables. And a state park with Cable! Large trees prevent satellite. Interpretive Center and many trails for exploring. Convenient to Savannah (about 15 minutes to downtown). Cell service good for hotspot. Will stay here again.

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Nice KOA with long dirt full hookup 50 amp sites. Lake for fishing and trails for hiking. Friendly people. Good free WiFi and cable. Cell phones excellent. Would stay here again.

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Okay park to stay when visiting Columbia. Long pull thru full hookup 50 amp dirt sites with cable. WiFi is for purchase only, but cell service is great to use as a hot spot. People friendly enough. Would stay here again.

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Nice place to stay when visiting Atlanta. Higher priced sites recommended located on the top level. We stayed in a "mid range" full hookup 50 amp site in "L" loop. Some of these are hard to enter and egress when sites are full with campers and vehicles. Some asphalt is broken and not level and are shorter than they say. Good WiFi and cable with nice store. Fire rings and table at each site. Beautiful lake and much to see at Stone Mountain.

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Best Corps of Engineers Park that I have ever stayed. Large pull through concrete full hookup 50 amp sites. Playground and lakeside sites available. It is only 15 minutes into Montgomery and 35 to Selma just off the "the March to Montgomery" Highway 80. Fire pits and hangers w/picnic tables at all sites. Friendly!

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Very nice place to stay. People are nice and there is a free shuttle to the casino if so inclined. Level decent sized full hookup 50 amp sites. About 4 blocks from I-20. Will stay here again.

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Rate reflects membership.They have done many upgrades to this Thousand Trails park. First time here in 3 years and was impressed with the changes. They still need more open sites for travelers. Most are taken by "permanents" 50 amp at most sites now w/full hookups. Pool and golf/tennis/pickle ball courts upgraded. marina upgraded also with rentals.

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Third stay at this campground. It is always a good stop for a night or two. Our gravel site was fairly open and had a fire ring and picnic table. Recommend to anyone in any size rig.

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Nice KOA. Mostly a gravel parking lot with all the amenities. Level pull thru 30 amp F/H/U sites. Some 50 amp sites. Dog walks and bags. Very friendly staff. Propane and store. Right off freeway about 4 miles from town. Would stay again.

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Nice park about 1 mile from freeway. People are very friendly. Level gravel 30/50 amp F/H/U pull thru sites. Wifi okay. Concrete pad and tables but sites are pretty close together. Dog walks and bags. Would stay here again.

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As others have stated, this is a very nice KOA. The one glaring exception is the wifi. They advertise thay have wifi, but tell you AFTER you've checked in that there are problems in the new sections. This is not true. The wifi is not usable even at the office. We are very used to poor wifi at campgrounds, but most at least have something at the office. At these rates, this KOA could put up a couple of more towers. Bandwidth is cheap these days. Many people let them know this to no avail. Everything else about the park is very fine. Believe that I'll spend my dollars elsewhere next time.

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Rate reflects weekly stay. Strange RV campground. There are fences around the grass at every site to keep people from parking on it. This makes it very hard for big rigs in the back in sites. It is doable but you must have a spotter and take your time. There have been many discussions on these fences on social media with many saying that they could not negotiate the fences, so be prepared. They say that they have 50 amp sites, however these are all taken by "permanents". You will have a level 30 amp F/H/U gravel site. There is plenty of space between sites (due to the fences) and all have tables and fire rings. You can walk dogs on the Western edge beside the highway and not much else. Nice store & fuel with a deli on premises. The campground does not refund ANYTHING FOR ANY REASON so plan your stay accordingly. Staff is friendly but limited. Wifi is iffy. We stayed here because it was in between Banff N.P. and Calgary, but it is really too far (hour and 1/2) to use as a base for Banff/Lake Louise. Will choose another place next time.

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Very Nice KOA. Price is for 50 amp pull thru. There are level F/H/U and some water/electric only back ins. Grass and table/fire pits between very close sites. It is 25 miles to the entrance of Jasper N.P. People were really friendly and tried hard to make sure you enjoyed yourself while in camp. Dog walks and pet areas. Cable and wifi good. This is a very busy campground. Try to reserve early.

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Gravel pull thru 30/50 amp F/H/U sites. Mostly a gravel parking lot on top of a hill. This made it extremely windy. Thought it might just be that week or time of year, but people said just a windy part of Canada. Most sites are level. Several "permanents" mostly on the perimeter. Cable and wifi good. There are no areas to walk pets other than on the gravel. About 2 miles from town.