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Large park with wide interior roads and many pull thru sites. Center of sites are concrete and the front and back of sites are black top. No issue hooking up sewer hose as I parked coach towards front of site and parked tow vehicle in the back. I saw units hooked to tow vehicle and hooking up the sewer hose was not an issue. There is plenty of room between sites, but no grass only stones. There is grass around the perimeter to walk dogs, and the fenced in dog run is large. There is a hot tub for adults only separate from the pool. There are a number of bath houses around the park and a very nice club house. The shower I used was private. It was large and had the toilet, sink and shower in a well lighted area. The park is close to I-40. but highway noise is not an issue. We would return to this park.

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This park seems to be a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for. Interior roads are wide and concrete. There is no issue turning into the pull thru sites. Water, electric, sewer and cable TV all worked fine. WiFi was slow. Plenty of grassy area between sites on both sides. Noise from I-40 may be an issue if you are sited up front or on the north end of the park. Our site was in the middle of the pull thru sites and the highway noise was not disturbing in any way. Yes, pool is small, but was still enjoyable as it was not heavily used. Shade in the park does not exist. Because the park is neat and clean with wide roads and large sites, we would stay here again, even at the higher price.

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Staff was very friendly and helpful. Great park for a nite while traveling on I-80 or I-65. May be muddy and have soft ground if the area received rain. Pull thru with water and electric on larger sites with plenty of room. Full hook up may be tight and smaller. Cable TV and WiFi worked with no issues. We will stay here again.

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Received a friendly welcome upon entering the office. Check in was quick and easy. Was escorted to a large full hook up pull thru site. Good water pressure and no electrical issues. Cable worked fine, and the internet was typical for a large park, slow, but it worked. Bathrooms and showers were clean, and it was nice to have latches on doors that worked properly. Very pet friendly park with a large fenced in dog park. Would use this park again for a stop over.

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Roads and sites are narrow. 50 amp is not at every site. Grounds are neat and clean. Parking of tow vehicle may be an issue if you have a 40 foot coach. Staff was friendly and helpful. Permanents in the park were friendly and respectful. Bathroom could use some work. Latches are doors were loose and so were shower heads, but everything seemed clean. Good park for a night or two while traveling.

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First of all, do not confuse Lake City Campground with Lake City RV Park. LAKE CITY CAMPGROUND is a clean well groomed, dog friendly campground. LAKE CITY CAMPGROUND is a quiet(no road noise or trains), friendly campground. We were assigned a long level pull thru site, easy in & out. Shade is limited, but there are a few well trimmed trees. No low hanging branches. A lovely pond with beautiful white ducks can be found in the middle of the park, and feeding the ducks is allowed. Electric worked well. Water pressure is low, very manageable, and the friendly host informed us about the water pressure when we checked in. Cable TV worked well, and there was a a wide variety of basic channels. WiFi worked as well as any found at various campgrounds. Sites also had a fire ring and a decent picnic table setting on a brick foundation. Lake City Campground is a beautiful park for one night or many nights. It is worth the 5 mile drive from I-75. We will be back.

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We have a 42ft fifth wheel and had no issues on the road from I-75 to the RV park, and turning into the park was easy. The drive into the park is a single lane black top smooth road. We were assigned to the first pull thru site. The site was long and level. There was good water pressure and no issues with the 50 amp hook up. Leaving the park will not be difficult. There are no sharp turns or other obstructions in the way. The park is located about 2 miles from I-75 out in the country. There are a number of permanent trailers but it is quiet and relaxing. This is a nice one night park.

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Staff is very friendly and helpful. Park is dog friendly. Show tickets can be purchased in the office. There is also a daily shuttle to downtown Nashville that stops at the park. Grounds are neat and clean. Gravel sites are fairly level. Interior roads are black top, somewhat narrow, and some turns are tight. However, big rigs are able to navigate the park with out issue. Hook ups worked well, and there was very good water pressure. WiFi worked at an acceptable level. There is a very good selection of cable TV channels, but they are not HD. Cable did not have any program interruptions. during our stay. Pool seems small and there seems to be a nice playground for the kids. Road noise from I-65 may be an issue in some areas of the park.

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Road noise is going to be an issue because the pull thru sites are about 100 yards from I-65 north bound. We knew about that issue and accepted it for one night. Check in was easy and staff was friendly and helpful. I had no issue pulling our 42ft RV with a long bed dually around the curves and corners. It is necessary to drive past the pull thru sites, make a right turn (which displays a sign saying, "Swing Wide"). After the turn we were heading in the correct direction for turning into the site. Another wide turn was required to get into the site, but workable. Both roads and sites are gravel, and the sites could use some leveling. Good water pressure, and the water is soft. There is WiFi for a fee, and we only received 5 channels over the air (no an issue for us) easy in and out and back to big road. This is a good park for a night while on the rode.

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Roads are paved and manageable. Site was blacked top and fairly level. Backing in was not an issue. Location is close to the interstate highways and road noise may be an issue. Staff was friendly and helpful. This is our second visit to Bear Creek and we would return again. Beautiful view of the country side.

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Check in was quick and staff was friendly and helpful. Grounds were neat and clean. Site was gravel and big enough for our 42ft fiver. Fairly level, but low in the front. Water pressure was very good, and cable TV worked well. WiFi slow when park was nearly full. Picnic table was in very good condition. There is a very nice fishing lake on the property with about 50 swans and some geese. Nice area to relax and enjoy nature. Ample room to walk dogs. Roads are some what narrow, but big rigs can navigate with care. Seasonal rigs are separated from the transient group. Noise from I-95 is not an issue at all, and it is easy on and off. Park is about 25 miles from historic downtown Savannah, and easy to get to. We would stay here again. Camped in a fifth wheel.

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Easy to locate RV park from I-10, exit 303, and 7 miles from junction of I-10/I-75(towards Jacksonville). Owner was very friendly and helpful. Escorted to site and helped park coach. Grounds have large shade trees over some sites, and other sites have no shade. Sites are clean and grassy with a fairly level gravel track to site your RV. Good water pressure, and no electrical issues with 30 or 50 amp hook up. Cable worked great, and a few channels were even available using the antenna. WiFi was okay, but as in many parks, it was not secure. Traffic noise from I-10 was noticeable in sites 50 - 67, but not disturbing. Exiting the sites and park is easy, and directions were available showing a shorter route back to I-75 if hat was your direction of choice. This park is big rig friendly. We would not hesitate to camp here again.

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This was a one night stay. Staff was friendly and check-in was okay. Interior roads are rough, narrow and in need of work. Sites are not too level front to back or side to side, and could be improved with gravel being added. Utilities worked fine, but sewer hookup is surrounded by concrete and is rather high. Had to raise and support sewer hose to get it to flow.

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Staff is very friendly and helpful. Escorted to site and received help backing in. Sites are all gravel and too close together. The park has many permanent units, but this did not create a problem and the people were friendly. All sites and interior roads are gravel, and there is little grass to be found in the park. There are many large shade trees, but leaves are an issue. It appears the leaves have not been raked up for a long time, and in wet weather the are brought in to the coach. Picnic tables are weathered but very usable, and they are located close to your coach because the sites are too narrow. We used this campground as a base camp while touring Nashville. Thus, we did not spend a lot of time at our site. It seems to be a classic case of "you get what you pay for". I think I would evaluate other facilities before returning.

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Located at I-65, exit 64. Off the main roads, but easy to find. Nice park for a night while traveling north or south on I-65. Staff was friendly and check in was quick. Park is well shaded, but is almost 100% gravel. Pull thru site was easy to get into and fairly level. Interior roads are some what narrow but constructed in such a way that big rigs can make the turns if driver pass close attention to each turn, and a spotter would be helpful. Water had good pressure, and there were no electrical issues. Only 2 full hookup sites shown on the site map. A fairly large number of seasonal units, but that was not an issue. Park has a good size pool that is open Memorial Day to Labor Day, and a nice playground for the youngsters. WiFi was available only around the main office, laundry and pool area. Told it is being reworked in the entire park and should be operable in a few weeks. There is no cable TV, and the many trees block satellite reception. There were many TV channels available over the air. We enjoyed a quiet night and would return to Woods N Waters.