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Great little park just off (NE) I 80. Office is open until 9:00 pm. We were greeted with freshly baked cookies, a really nice touch and much appreciated. The site we were on was level for all intents and purposes. there appears to be a small lake for fishing or boating in front of us. Very friendly staff. Definitely recommend.

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Stayed here as an overnight stop. Just a quick in and out. Staff left instructions because we were a late check in. Met them the next day on checkout. Friendly and well informed. What I saw of the park left a good impression. Site was flat and level in both directions. Didn't even need to un hook. A bit pricey though even with the Good Sam discount.

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This is an excellent campground well maintained and clean. The transient sites are all back in and have only water and electric. A dump station is available and easy to get too. An absolute recommendation and endorsement for a no-frills campground. The check in process is different since you select your site, hook up and wait for the camp host of the day to welcome you and collect the fee.

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Clean campground just a short way off (PA) I 80 Site was level side to side but not front to back. We were escorted to the site after a quick checkin.

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The campground is near Point Judith Rhode Island. It consists of three areas (1,2,&3). Area 1 is nearest the water, area 2 & 3 further inland. The campground is very well maintained. The best sites, parking wise are in area 1. The sites in area 2 tend to be slanted. Area 3 is tent only. It appears that all sites now have water, electric and sewer. We were in area 2, spot 20. Site not recommended since the waste stack is uphill from the site and stuff has a hard time flowing uphill even in RI. Sites in this CG are hard to come by, some requiring a reservation a year in advance. The best sites (area 1 along the water) never seem to be available no matter when you try to book. Nonetheless a highly recommended CG.

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Jekyl Island is a state park that is sustained solely by user fees. There is a toll to get onto the island which is not horrific but must be paid each time you enter. The campground is excellent. Our first site rather close to the next unit however due to an extension to our stay we were moved to a really more secluded site that was just great. The staff is very competent and friendly. When we arrived we were escorted to our campsite by the host. Don't miss if you are in the area.Jekyl Island itself is full of history with restored building and main area. Strongly suggest taking a Segway tour.

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I believe this is a former KOA. Campers are packed in one on top of another with barely 10 feet separating the units. There is also the issue of hookups. Some have the water and electric on the opposite side making for interesting routing of cable and hose. The campground is situated within a stone's throw of an amusement park and along a main street making it a less than peaceful location It is however in the midst of the action making it a relatively short walk to the beach. The pool is clean and well kept. The taxes are a killer here with additions for "transient Tax", "Bed Tax (I brought my own but was still taxed)", "County Sales Tax" etc. The store is well stocked and the staff competent. This is a one time visit for us.

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This is a very well maintained park. About 50 - 60% of the spaces are occupied by seasonal campers. They are all in excellent repair and attractively landscaped. We were in the lower area near I89. There was some road noise but negligible. The upper area may be quieter. It appears that they may be expanding their cable sites into the lower rec area but not done yet. Only objection is the Pay for WiFi. WiFi is only available near the laundry for 1 hour a day. After that time is allocated on a 4 hour continuous block. Use it within the time frame or lose it. Highly recommended and we would return.

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This campground is mostly seasonal campers. The staff is nice and welcoming. This campground is in need of some TLC and updating. The showers are fiberglass and walled with painted OSB as are the restrooms. They were clean but dated. There are no lights in the laundry room. The site was good having trees/foliage etc. separating the sites. Some tree trimming would be in order. The WiFi was spotty at best Sometimes we got it, other times not. Seems to be a bandwidth problem). Forget TV reception, one station at best. We also paid an additional $10.00 per day for 2 additional adults. State taxes are also high. Still, a pleasant experience.

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This is an older more mature park outside of Mobile with easy access to a number of sightseeing attractions. There are mostly long term and seasonal residents here. The park is easy to find and has level parking surfaces and good hookups. We used this campground as a base of operations.

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This park, just south of Montgomery as the name implies, is being expanded. The hosts are very friendly and hard working. The campground itself is very open with no shade. AC will be working overtime. It is close by the interstate but I heard very little if any noise. It is well maintained and clean. There is a Pilot/Flying J just across the interstate. Just a short drive into Montgomery.

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This is one of the nicest parks we stayed in on out journey through the southeastern US. It is high upon a hill outside of Birmingham. Has a golf course and recreational area attached. Watch the turn at the entrance. If you are not careful you will wind up down a private dirt road and have a difficult time getting back out (first hand experience). You are in close proximity of Birmingham an up and coming urban city being rebuilt with tons of history if you are willing to do some research. Avondale on the eastern side of the city is the trendy area with good eats and fine entertainment. Do the civil rights walk and visit the museum for a look back.

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This is a campground in progress. The owners are relatively new and are working hard to make this an excellent stay. The site was fairly level and partly shaded. The Passport America discount made this an exceptional value. Getting into the campground was a bit tricky being at the end of a narrow (but paved) road. Almost thought we were lost. No cable and we couldn't get satellite due to the surrounding hills. The area itself is quite scenic. Would return if the opportunity arose.

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This is an absolute must stay if you are in the Monroe/Charlotte area. The campground is immaculately maintained and truly scenic. Our spot, # 57 backed up to the lake. There is also a recreation area attached to the campground with no additional fee if you are staying. We had a bit of a bother when making our reservation since you make an online application and they should get back to you within 24 hours. Somewhere ours got lost and I had to follow up a few times to get the situation straightened out. They also want you to pick a site which is difficult to do since we did not have a campground map. I also do object to the additional "Reservation Fee" but it's not that much and it is just the idea of it..

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This campground is a work in progress. It is under development and the owners are doing a nice job. The sites are open and level with 50 AMP outlets. You can borrow a 30 AMP adapter if you need one. The campground is the closest one to New Bern and an easy drive.