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This is a campground in transition located at exit 5 off I75 and right on the other side of the Camping World Store. One can tell there are improvements going on. Some sites have been resurfaced so that they are more level which makes it better for large rvs and the numbering system has changed. This will be an even better park when improvements are completed. There appears to be 2 sections; one is more wooded and on the other side of the lake for longer term rvs and is where the cabins are located. Behind the office is an area where the overnighters probably in most cases go. We got in late but before dark so we went into the wooded area. We are about 5 hours from our residence in S. Florida so this is a good final night or first night out stopping off place so don't pass this one by for price and amenities.

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Most of the sites are grass. The overnighters are put on pull-thru concrete pads but we had to look at the 10 or so available to find one that we could level our 40 foot on and have the tow car behind us because we did not wish to unhook. We stopped over just for the night. A lot of the campers look permanent and appear occupied by working people and not vacationers. We would not choose this park as a destination park but it suits our needs for an overnight.

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We have stayed in this park before. Many of the campers are seasonal or long term. We were one night. The park had had an unusual amount of rain so the site was a little soggy on one side but we were able to get in ok and get out our slides. The park is nice but a little pricy in that the price does not include cable. There are a lot of local channels though and shopping, groceries, and gas are within a few miles as well as places like Home Depot. We would stay here again.

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We have stayed at several other parks before, including this one; however, it is far superior to any others we checked out. Some would be ok during normal Kerrville weather but the area is having deluges of rain the entire time--which is sorely needed by the area; however, this is the only park in the area with adequate drainage. The water runs off very quickly and the pads are concrete, with rocks and grass. There are fishing ponds, meeting areas, workout areas, etc. Almost anything one would need at a resort can be found here. Everything is extremely well maintained. We will definitely return.

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We were here to visit family near Zavalla for the Mother's Day weekend. There was a county park closer to our venue but it was very unkempt. This COE park is very clean, big sites, good spacing, and quiet. The only down side is that with all the trees we could not utilize our tv but since we were gone a lot, it was not a problem. There was no sewer hookup but that was not a problem. Staff was extremely friendly and competent and gave us info on area needs. The bathrooms did need a thorough cleaning but we made do with that. The baths were small cubicles that appeared not to have any venting. There was a skylight but the only opening was the door. We would stay here again for a few days. Since we do not fish, we did not ask for nor have a waterfront site. The site was plenty long for our tow car and 40 foot motorhome and trees were trimmed adequately so that we were not hitting trees going in or out of the park.

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Was in area for business. Only stayed one night. Had made reservation online. Was hard to contact by telephone as office closed early and opened late so left several messages. A security guard saw us to our site. Very clean good drainage and concrete pads of varying lengths. Was close to our meeting place. No time to check out amenities. Be alert when walking your pets. There are lots of stickers and they had to be combed out every time they went out even if just within the confines of our site. Lots of places to eat shop and buy groceries close by. About 13 miles off the interstate 45.

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Exit 1a in Mississippi--close to casinos and all historical stuff like the National Military Park. Complimentary transport to the casino. We stop here every time if it is between 3 and 7 pm. Park is easy to access. Some of the concrete pads have sunk and need to be redone and they are narrow for motorhomes and we could not use our automatic levelers. The staff is nice and friendly and the price is excellent.

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This campground was formerly the Oxford Dandy RV KOA park. It was taken over when Dandy RV store was taken over by Camping World which is next door. The park is satisfactory and we stay here as it is right off I-20 and about 90 miles west of Atlanta. The sites are gravel and there is a concrete pad; however, the pad is not placed adequately for use by motorhomes of more than probably 30 feet. There is a fenced doggy area and plenty of dog poop bags. Electric and water pressure is ok. Trees have been planted and they are particular about vehicles staying off the grass. We expect nothing to change much at this park and will continue to stay here when we are coming thru the area.

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Only 2 miles off I75 and close to Valdosta(north of the city) is a very clean and economical park. There are pull-thru sites for those going or coming from FL. Ducks to feed and a pond to fish in and areas to walk if you are here more than overnight. One comes through one small town but trees are trimmed back so no problem with overhanging shrubbery. Sites are gravel and spot 1 was level enough that we didn't even put down our levels. We would recommend this park to other large rigs who are looking for a peaceful place to spend a night or a few days. Early this am heard rooster crowing and an owl hooting. Garbage can right at your site. Use your antenna or satellite for tv. They provide WiFi.

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Stayed with a FUMC group. Lots of the sites have concrete pads and are owned but there are spots for overnight and long term rental. There is a very nice area next to the office with a kitchen that we used for cooking and for eating. The den/book area is there and also a nice sitting area. There is also a very large facility where they play bingo, have church, and other activities. There is a fenced dog area. Many of the sites have large oak trees so there is shade. The pool and pool area looked nice and clean but we did not use it. We stayed 3 nights and when we walked we could smell the orange blossoms in adjacent areas. There is a golf course not 1/4 mile down the road and there is shopping and fast food eating several miles down the road toward Wauchula. We enjoyed our stay. We backed up on 2 slices of concrete but the site itself was grassy.

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One of the best Passport America policies in the book and one of the best locations for an overnight in and out of FL. Intersection of I-10 and I-75 (off I-10 a few miles). Nice people who run a very tight ship and a clean campground. Get 10% off with your receipt at some good, local restaurants if you are in town long enough. Always stay here coming and going to South FL. Concrete pads, cable, Internet, easy off and off interstate. No frills but that is OK.

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Close to I-20 and the Mississippi River; free transportation to the Casino for gambling and eats; friendly staff, low price for a concrete pad with 30 amp (all 50 amp were already taken). We stay here everytime we are through here in the mid to late afternoon and have never been disappointed.

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First, the positives--close to downtown; shuttle to and from the French Quarter several times a day-$6 per person, friendly staff, some discounts available here at a better rate than the vendor--the Hop On Hop Off bus for example, new and upgraded eating BUT this place is hard to find towing a toad with a big motorhome and the rv park itself is in an industrial area. Probably better to call and get directions rather than use the gps-we used map quest, google maps, AAA maps, and GPS maps and none worked really well. And the main drawback--it is like being in the dust bowl of Kansas and I am being totally serious. The roads had gravel many years ago and now just dust, dust, and MORE dust no matter how slow people drive. If it is raining,well then, it is mud. This has not improved since the last time we were here. We don't plan to stay here again unless the interior roads are paved and/or gravel(lots of it) has recently been put down. There are plenty of poopy bags for man's best friend and a grassy, fenced in area as well. I would rather have paid $5 more per day and had a nice park interior. The rate we did pay was Passport America.

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Rate reflects Passport America. This is a handy park between Columbia, SC and Spartanburg, SC. Right off I-26. Not a whole lot around as far as eats--Blue Ocean, Hardees etc is at exit 54 and downtown Clinton is about 7 or 8 miles so there you have eateries as well as gas/grocery stores. We stay here going and coming from FL. The 2 main drawbacks is that many spots are not level and it is often full with area construction/installation people as this seems to be an area of a lot of new construction. Therefore, plan to call in advance for a spot. Many of the rigs looked familiar from when we were here several months ago and there are usually none or only 1 or 2 vacant, even during the week. The staff is friendly and helpful.

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This is a beach and marsh accessible park about 25 miles off the main hwy 17 about 40 miles from Charleston. It is very laid back and rustic. The bathroom building is new and in very good condition. If you don't like salty tasting water that imparts its salty flavor to your tea or coffee, bring you own drinking water or plan to bring it. Remember that is the same for ice cubes as well. Having said that, the sites in the Oaks area are fairly private. There is 50 amp available which is not at the Ocean campground--they only have 30 amp. No sites are concrete, but are fairly level. The big downfall is that the roads in and out are not being maintained AT ALL. There are potholes so big that we are hesitant to drive our rig through--it might just disappear. If you like your vehicle and rig a rockin' and a rollin' you will love this campground. It rained 2 of the 3 nights we were here and the mudholes were so deep that they held water the entire time. These roads need a lot of work. We will not come back. There are parks that are closer in to Charleston that are no more expensive and are in a lot better shape for campers.