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This campground is divided into three areas situated around a mill pond. The area on the north side of the pond appears to be all seasonal. The area on the south side is mostly seasonal with transient sites mixed in. The west side area we stayed in bordered the pond, was all grass with a number of trees and was all transient. It's also close to the office/store and swimming pool. The electric and water configuration is a bit helter skelter in this area and we had to run our water supply under the rig to a spigot shared with the next site over. The power pedestal was nearer but in an odd place too. In fact, the layout seemed deliberately wide open for the placement of most any rig because the site locations weren't clearly defined. Big rigs could have a problem if other neighboring sites fill ahead. Once you get in your spot, you are camping. Only 30amp power is available and voltage stayed between 111 - 118v. Water pressure was adequate around 40 psi. There are no sewered sites and no dump station. They have a honey-wagon to take care of pump-outs for $5. Wi-Fi is available but very finicky. We were able to get a one bar signal for our hotspot which performed better. Cell phone coverage is hit or miss depending on your service provider. Over the air TV station reception was very good with all the network and public channels represented. The owners were very welcoming and friendly. The store is well stocked for incidentals you may have forgotten. Donuts and coffee are available to purchase with your Sunday newspaper. The park is family oriented with lots of kids enjoying the pool. Fishing in the mill pond is free for catch & release. While we were there a youngster caught a 30" Northern Pike. Overall we had a good time during our two night stay. Pricing is above average for a park of this caliber but we would come back for a couple nights again, only during the week next time.

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This campground was the July monthly choice for our local camp group and the transient area of the park where we camped was wide open, treeless, bordered by a soybean field and with a great view overlooking Lake Winnebago. There are 38 sites available for transients. The rest of the park is primarily seasonal and their sites are located in a heavily wooded area. Given the warmth of the days, some shade would have been nice but there was a steady unobstructed breeze that helped cool us off. The campground's utility layout is puzzling at best. All the sites in our area had a pedestal located near the front corner on the curb side of the rig if you backed in. It's like they were designed for a coach park. The option we chose was to pull forward into the site so the utilities were on the proper side but you had to drive onto the grass to get your rig setup properly on the pad. There was plenty of room for that maneuver at every site. Evidently the owners don't mind so most everyone in the group did likewise. Those who didn't, ran power and water under the rig to the other side. There is no sewer, but they have two dump stations conveniently located side by side as you exit. The pads are gravel and most of the sites will require varying degrees of leveling due to the sloping terrain in this area of the campground. Patios are grass. Site length is very generous and site width is incredible with 60+' between rigs. Water pressure was good at around 45psi. 50a electric was stable and heavily used due to the heat. The park is geared to families with an on-site restaurant, a pool (always full of youngsters when we were there), put-put golf, disc golf, game room and lots of golf carts. The park was full the weekend we stayed and some of our neighbors pushed the limits of the quiet time rule by an hour. Once they left on Sunday everything was peaceful and serene. We would come back to this campground again but during the week.

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We happened to stay with our local camp group during the park's Veterans Weekend for free. We were warmly greeted and efficiently checked-in. Our campsite was located in a large grassy, open area typically used by groups. Each site had 30/50A electric and a water hookup. Electric was stable and water pressure 45+. Site width was generous and you didn't feel you were camping on top of your neighbor. Wi-Fi was available but a bit finicky to connect to. Once connected it was reliable. A dump station is conveniently located for use on departure. The rest of the campground is mixed into the pine forest. The park is family friendly with a huge pond for swim and play, a rec room and a nice little ice-cream store. Prior comments about golf carts are true and it gets a bit dusty when the wind blows in your direction. It was unusual the park allowed youngsters to drive the carts around at night without any lights. At any rate, the open camping area worked great for our group and we'd come back again.

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Very friendly reception. Site was gravel, long, level and close with each site alternating direction so your neighbor is potentially door to door. As the park filled the owner kept most alternating sites open between which was nice and made it feel roomier. Water pressure was average and fluctuated up to 40psi, 50a electric was good, cable tv was very good, especially the HD QAM channels which show up outside the range of their published channels. Over the air tv reception was limited to a couple channels. The layout of the park is kind of crazy with lots of gravel which makes it hard to distinguish the access roads winding throughout and the sites. Fortunately the owner guides you to your site and advises you how to exit. WiFi was some of the best we have had in a while. We would stay here again.

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Site was gravel with concrete pad and reasonable width. When the rig was backed in however it was about 8 ft from the unit directly behind. Access roads are in rough shape with pot holes abundant. Water pressure started off at 40 psi and dropped to 20 psi in the morning. 50a electric was stable but this is one of the few parks we've stayed at where there is no breaker at the box. Sewer connection was at the back of the rig and required two hoses. Wi-Fi was tough to connect to so we used our hotspot instead. Cable tv was available but the over-the-air HD channels were plentiful and strong. The park hasn't changed much since our last visit. It's good for a couple days stay while visiting Nashville, but we wish they would put some money back into the park and at least give the impression they care about improving it.

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Site was gravel with a concrete patio and sloped down at the nose of the rig. Water pressure was around 40PSI and 50a electric was stable. Our site width was generous. Restroom facilities were clean and maintained. The grounds and pool were clean and maintained. Wi-Fi performance was spotty so we used our hotspot mostly. Cable was available but the over-the-air channels were plentiful and strong. We would stay here again.

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Wild Frontier is a small well-kept campground with only one park model on the grounds. While there are a number of seasonal campers, there was a lot of transient movement during our stay. Water pressure was around 55psi, 50a electric voltage was strong and stable, sewer connections were to the rear of the rig and reachable with a single hose. Every site has an asphalt pad and patio. Our site and many others were generously long and accommodated our 39' rig and truck very well. Site width was reasonable and consistent thru the park at about 30'. For recreation there is a small swimming pool, bean bag toss, horse shoe pits and a few activities organized each week. The office has a small camp store and the staff were very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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Our rating is based more on the convenience of this camping location to St. Augustine than on any other factors. Each site has water and 30a electric but no sewer. About half the sites are on asphalt and the rest are on bare ground which are more accessible for back-in. The campground is located at the rear of the Elk's huge parking lot which is also used for parking when the Amphitheater next door has major events. You might want to check their event schedule for the time you plan to stay because the lot is packed to capacity and so busy it is very difficult to enter or leave the grounds. As a side benefit though, you can listen to the concert from the convenience of your RV.

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This small-medium size park is located on US 1 with the intra-coastal waterway just across the road. It has a mixed bag of sites and your rating will depend on your rig size and where you are located. Those on the north side are close and best suited for smaller rigs although there were a number in the 35' range while we were there. The sites in the middle of the park are more generously sized. Some have concrete pads and patios but not all. 50a power was stable and electric was included in your monthly rent. Sewer connections were solid, water pressure was around 45#. Recycled water was available to wash your rig and car although we didn't use it because it really smelled "recycled". The recently built salt water swimming pool was heated and very nice. Be aware there is a railroad track right along the west side of the park and the trains rumble thru frequently. The park has a number of organized activities for the winter residents and we felt welcomed. We enjoyed our monthly stay and would come back again.

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This is an owner park with the majority of sites containing double wide homes. There is a section devoted to transients but each site can be a little different in amenity - meaning some have a concrete pad and patio, some have concrete patio only and a few are all grass. Your rating will depend on the site you get. With the abnormal amount of rain received this winter some sites were a real mess for much of the month. The sites have very good depth and handled our 39' rig and truck with room to spare. Site width was decent and you didn't feel overly close to the neighbors. The park is well maintained and the HOA does a good job of insuring none of the homes look unkempt. The salt water swimming pool was heated although not open unless temps were above 70. Sewer connections were good. 50a electric was stable and we paid a $50 usage fee up-front. They also kept our $15 PO Box key deposit to cover any overage and promised to make an adjustment at the end of the month. Water pressure was ok at around 45#. They have their own sewage treatment plant and with the right wind direction the smell is noticeable. The park offered a number of regular activities (cards, bingo, dancing, exercise etc.) as well as a few Saturday breakfast and dinner events, some with music. The residents were very welcoming and always ready with a friendly wave. We enjoyed our monthly stay and would come back again.

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Located along the Alabama River, this COE campground is worth going out of the way for. Sites 1 - 75 were all developed in the last four years and are beautifully done. Access roads are blacktopped. Lots of space between sites which are a mix of pull thru and back-in. All sites have concrete pads with gravel patios that include a fire pit, picnic table, and a standing barbeque grill. 50A electric power was solid at 121v. Be aware that water pressure was high and I capped it at 55psi with my regulator. The sites also have sewer but we didn't use. There was a bathroom facility conveniently located which we didn't take advantage of but was clean. This was just an overnight stop for us but we would definitely come back again and stay longer next time.

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Easy access campground from I65 that was perfect for an overnight stop. This is a former KOA campground with gravel roads and site pads. Our pull thru site was reasonably level, sloping slightly down from front to back, and clean. 50A power was stable around 118v. Water pressure was decent at around 45psi. We were warmly greeted and the check-in process was smooth. Aesthetically the park is rather plain but it served our purpose and we would stop again.

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Staying in the 300 section is like camping in a field but with water, electric and sewer all of which functioned well. There are very few trees in that area which is great for satellite users. Access roads are mainly gravel / ground asphalt. The interior sites throughout the park are predominantly pull-thru with site pads mainly grass. Most every site has a picnic table. Some have campfire rings. The sites are reasonably level and the grass was in fairly decent shape. Wi-Fi always took a while to connect to and was ok once connected but I reverted to our hotspot after getting logged off in a few hours. Exiting from the 300 section was confusing and we ended up pulling thru the site across from us to find our way to an access road. The recreation areas (basketball, volleyball, tennis courts, putt-putt golf) are looking tired and not really inviting. Overall, the campground was clean and in reasonable shape. We would come back again.

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Camp Eriez is a fishing village, but don't let that fool you. There are 15 pull thru sites dedicated to the overnight stays. All the access roads are black topped and the site pads are around 55' long, level, and gravel. The patio is grass. Site width is about 35' with a full grown maple tree planted mid-site for shade. Each site has a campfire ring and all the picnic tables were in great shape. The 50a power was stable, water pressure was around 45psi, there is no sewer at the site however the dump station is conveniently located. Our hotspot got a decent signal for internet purposes. Being the end of summer, some of the grass in the patio area was beaten up. We arrived after a rain storm and the sandy soil had absorbed all standing water. The campground and surrounding seasonal village is well kept and maintained. While some of the seasonal fisherman have their collection of gear, the place had a purposeful, lived in feel but was not junky. The swimming pool had just closed for the season and will undergo renovations for next year. They have a little viewing area overlooking Lake Erie equipped with benches for watching sunsets. We were pleasantly surprised with this campground and would definitely come back again.

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This casino run campground is beautifully landscaped with sites organized into little village groupings. Site width is very generous and the pull-thrus are long enough to accommodate both the truck and 39' rig comfortably. The access roads are blacktop and wide enough to handle back-ins easily. The pads are blacktop also but it would have been nice to have a hard surfaced patio because the grass along our pad was a little thin with dirt exposed - I'm thinking muddy if it had rained. Water pressure was excellent. The 50amp power handled both A/C's running to keep up with a 90 degree day. Each site has its own garbage can. Cable TV was free with an excellent selection of channels. There are ponds with catch and release fishing and walking trails throughout the grounds. The park is neat, well kept and fun to bicycle around. The pool was clean and refreshingly welcome as we used it to beat the heat. While there are a lot of trees on the grounds, section 300 was a bit wide open to the sun and the rig took the brunt of it during the afternoon. We really enjoyed staying in this campground and will be back again.