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Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
We stayed in the 400 circle. Very open and good for satellite reception. We thought we were going to have a satellite that's why we requested it. the site was fairly level, not crowded, pull through and open. it was 90-95 each day and VERY HOT, can't blame the campground on that :) The AC's were cranking and we never lost power. The water pressure was good. Had free wifi and was good enough that I could tap into NBC on my PC and stream the shows. We were told that in that area you could get ABC and a few channels with the antennae, but we didn't try. We had a horse pasture between our area and the other part of the campground. There were no short cuts to the pool/store so you must drive or have a bike. the walk was approx 1/4 -1/2 mile . Pool was 4ft deep but satisfied us. The store was nice had souveniers as well as some RV stuff. Other pull throughs were closer and some in the shade. Will go back but will request a site in the shade. We camped at Artillery Ridge Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We visited the Gettysburg Battlefield. The campground also gave us 3 tickets to local attractions. We ate at Li's Buffet. Basic chinese buffet. Also had ice cream at Friendlys.
Date of Stay:
April, 2018 -
Gated campground. Our site 153 was a pull thru..didn't have to unhook our 36ft 5th wheel from our truck, although I should have entered it from the other end instead of the way the employee told us, as I needed an extension cord for the electric. Most sites were very nicely kept..a few could have used some cleaning up. Restrooms were block wall with shower curtains. Didn't use them. Didn't check out the laundry facilities..Garbage bins were every few campsites..so no dumpster..employees emptied them in the AM. Cable was very fuzzy on the lower channels (would have given it a better rating if this was better) Internet was free and worked very well. We camped at South of the Border in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
January, 2018 -
This was our first year as a snowbird and Angler's RV Campground was our first stop for a month. Our site was level and shaded..although January I wished it were sunnier :) had a nice pad to it. People were very friendly..although due to the temps didn't see to many outside (23 one morning) Liked our site..but not really suitable for our RV because of the number of slides we had so we couldn't back further due to a pole that was there and it would have interfered with our slide so the front of our RV was pretty close to the camp road.Liked the fact that no one was in back of us for privacy and although the main road was there it wasn't to noisy for us. They allowed boats on the sites if they were big enough as many campgrounds do not..unfortunately we didn't bring our boat. Nice dog park..Very quiet during the night. restrooms were all inclusive (toiliet/shower/sink) so you had your privacy. Store was well equipped with RV items if needed (which we did) so it saved time going 25 miles or so. Propane you could get on site also. Had a cable that you could attach to that was attached to a very high antennae for over the air channels..although we could only get NBC as a main network station Wifi we could not get at our site..so I used my 4G...A few dinners for activiites.. My suggestion is if you like TV..get some sort of satellite (which we plan to do) or have unlimted data on your cell phone to watch on your PC's. telephone signal was strong with AT&T. I will make reservations the next time we come to Fla for the winter. We camped at Angler's RV Campground (formerly Rainbow Country RV Campground) in a Fifth Wheel.
Dollar General for staples and extras was about 2miles. Gas/Convenience store across the intersecting street. Stated they had Pizza (think it was frozen with fresh toppings) that they cooked there. "shopping" district was in Chiefland approx 25miles where we got propane and groceries..various eateries. Cedar key was close by with some unique shops and restaurants.