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PPA rate. Park was OK. Not a resort park, but adequate. Quite a bargain for St. Augustine.

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Very nice people and right on the Gulf. The folks in Carrabella were super also. Only things I didn't like were they wouldn't let 5th wheels right on the water sites and the park is all gravel. Not a problem; but lowered my rating.

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This is a lovely little park. Good electricity and water. Owners are excellent and friendly. Big Stone Gap is a beautiful, mountainous location in SW Virginia. We will definitely be back.

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The rate is a C2C rate. We loved this campground and the hosts are fantastic. They'd have to be, to have gotten me to sing on karaoke night. I haven't sung in public since 5th grade. All the other campers - many that come often - were fantastic too. They invited us to play cards, go to brunch, and a ton of other stuff. They treated us like we'd known them for 10 years. We will definitely come back here.

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This park has a beautiful entrance and great rangers. Unfortunately, this is where the goodness ends. Once you get to the campsites, it all changes. The sites are disgraceful: overgrown, poison sumac growing right where you need to plug in the utilities and totally uneven. Why can't TT invest some of this cash it charges me for maintenance fees? Oh well...

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This is a nice COE campground. Most of the park was closed due to heavy rains earlier in year. However, this meant only 3 other campers in park - to our pleasure. We had the only concrete pad (site A6) and it had a beautiful, large concrete patio. We would stay here again. Very peaceful.

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This is a huge park: maybe 800 acres. The 50 amp sites were fairly level and electricity was good. Sites are very close to the water - though not waterfront. This could be one of our favorite TTN parks.

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This campground was a surprise, to say the least. It's out in the middle of nowhere. However, it is very nice and even has a golf course. Some of the campsites are right on the course. There are a couple very small towns within 10 miles, but if you arrive on a Sunday, most of everything is closed. We would stay here again, but unless we want to just commune with nature, not for too long. Not much to do in the area.

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This is a lovely campground that has sites overlooking a beautiful lake. The roads are good. The campground has just about everything; indoor heated pool, outdoor pool, heated indoor fishing dock (I heard they were pulling 50-60 lb catfish out this summer), small store, etc. We stayed on a site that had a gorgeous view overlooking a good sized lake that had a lot of character. We could see ourselves staying a month here, but, we only have a week. DARN!

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Another lovely NM State Park. 20 miles from Roswell, but close enough to get there when needed. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is an OK park. The sites are gravel and very close to one another. Many units are, by the look of them, there all the time. I would stay again, but not for any length of time.

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This is a very small park with mostly full-time residents. However, they are the friendliest people we've met. The owner is excellent and helps you navigate, or whatever you need. He cares enough to even have installed satellite hookups for both Dish and Direct - over and above in my opinion. Our site had a beautiful view of Clear lake and the mountains. Within 30 minutes of setting up, 5 residents had already come by to welcome us. If you are in the area (it's gorgeous), give yourself a treat and try to stay here. We stayed a month and considered longer.