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Mostly (95%) fulltime residents in an industrial part of town with railroad tracks thru the park and adjacent to the airport. Sites are small, very unlevel and 90 degrees to the main road with residents cars parked down both sides of the road. Extremely difficult to back in. Neighboring dogs (not in the park) barked constantly. I would only stay again if I had no other choice. They did have good utilities but were oddly placed and I had to use 30' of sewer hose. Camper parking is recent construction with much mud covered with straw, crushed stone mixed with sand pads. Lot's of stuff to track into the RV. Fulltime resident sites much better but unavailable for short term rental. Had to park toad along fence at front of park and between utility trailers they appeared to have for sale.

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As others have said, it's a pretty tight campground. I guess water front property comes at a premium and they try to get in as many as possible. Having said that, it's not as tight as some other places we've stayed. We were in a travel trailer so we just unhooked at the office and they moved us to our site using their tractor. Backing in problem solved. Short walk to the beach and downtown area. That's a good thing because the traffic is terrible going to the beach plus parking at the beach is expensive and hard to find. The walk is not hard and you can see a lot from the top of the bridge. Lots of eats and drinks close by. I would absolutely stay here again if I was in the area. February is peak season in this part of Florida and we had to change sites mid stay but again, the tractor did all the work. Everybody at the campground was friendly and helpful. Space for dogs is kind of limited but we managed.

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We've stayed here many times going to and from FL. Great place for a stop overnight or even for a few days visit. However, they seem to have relaxed their pet policy somewhat. There are several long term parkers and a couple of them allow their dogs to run free. One camper had a very large and aggressive acting bull Mastive tied to a less than reassuring piece of rope allowing the dog to even reach the center of the roadway. Almost had a heart attack when it attempted (unsuccessfully) to reach my small dog I was walking on the leash. Fortunately we were on the opposite side of the road so it came up about 5' short. We will definitely continue to stop here. Easy in/out. Good cable, WiFi and other utilities. Turn at Arby's.

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Just an overnight stay. We've been here before and it's a good place for an overnight. Neighboring lots are nearby. Site surface is gravel and grass with sunny/open exposure. There is a picnic table at each lot. We would stay here again. Poured down rain all the time were here.

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We stopped for the night and found a broken leaf spring on the trailer. Ended up staying 6 nights waiting for parts and repair. CG accommodated our needs and folks were very helpful getting our repairs done. they suggest a mobile tech who did a good job at a reasonable price. We would stay here again if in the area.

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On the river. If possible, get a riverside site. Great park close to Dubois and the mountains. Stayed for 5 nights and would go back for sure. A little dusty and there was a forest fire in the area when we were here, so we had a smoke smell from time to time. Only about 1.5 hours from Yellowstone and Jackson if you've never been to those.

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Spent one night while passing thru. Sites are close together. They parked us on what looked to be rows used for long term stays. numerous construction trucks parked on sites and in roads. There were other pull thru sites available but for some reason they didn't put us in one of those. Acceptable for one night but typical narrow and over priced KOA campground.

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Super nice owners. Very clean campground and well kept. Sites might be a little close but it was never a problem. A good bit of long term rentals but none that looked like permanent residents. Just local folks using it for the weekends. You have to walk your trash to the corner of the back lot to place it in the dumpster. but the CG is in bear country so who wants their trash in the campground. We stopped for a night when passing thru and ended up staying 4 nights. Salida is a fun town with tons of restaurants, bars, art galleries and antique shops. Plenty to do in the area. Lots of back country roads to explore. We plan to return in September if we can.

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We reserved a premium site in loop 700. On arrival, site was dirty and we had to clean up the trash and blow debris from concrete pad. It's hard to believe that a modern campground like Ft Wilderness doesn't have WiFi available at the site but they don't. Obviously it's a nice campground but not up to what you might expect from Disney.

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We reserved a premium site in loop 700. On arrival, site was dirty and we had to clean up the trash and blow debris from concrete pad. It's hard to believe that a modern campground like Ft Wilderness doesn't have WiFi available at the site but they don't. Obviously it's a nice campground but not up to what you might expect from Disney.

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Great place to stay when passing thru on I-65. Not the best part of town but real easy on/off I-65 with easy access to all the other routes thru Montgomery. Level gravel and grass pull thru sites and no need to unhook. Good utilities and clean park. Some full time residents but they are segregated away from the nightly campers. Everything seems to be well maintained. Would definitely stay here again.

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New campground. Excellent facilities. Bathrooms are individual baths similar to a home bathroom and are very clean. Pool was not open but looked to be in excellent condition. Roads need a little work but the owners are on it. Apparently they were required (by the county) to pave the roads prior to opening and the base was not packed well prior to paving. Sites are out of level from front to back so you need some way to level a motorhome. Owners are about as nice as any owners I've ever met. We stayed an extra night and would definitely stay here again.

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Flat and mostly open. Grass sites, level with good hook-ups. Great place to ride a bike. Some sites are shaded, but most are in the open. Close to Indiana Toll Road. We would stay here again. visit the RV surplus stores in the area and take a manufacturer's tour.

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A nice park not too far from I-75. Almost all sites are rented out on an annual basis and occupied by park models. Lots of kids and activities. Almost everyone has a golf cart and there is a constant parade of them throughout the park. Nightly sites are "lake view", gravel and level with only one pull through that I saw. There are lots of campfires and the smell of wood smoke is everywhere day and night. I would stay here again.

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It has flat, open, gravel sites. It is easy to get around the park without having to unhook the toad. There are lots of rules and signs posted. It is very near I-65, the airport and railroad tracks so it is pretty noisy. It is a good overnight stopping spot when on I-65. There were friendly and helpful hosts. We would stay here again for an overnight.