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We stayed 5 weeks, rate is based on the monthly rate plus electric. Awesome changes in progress! Campground is being completely renovated, bath house upgraded, sites leveled, trees cleared, roads graded, new washer/dryers, everything. Roads & sites are gravel, a few too many trees for our rooftop satellite to lock on but we positioned our carry out to get a signal. All utilities, electric, wifi, sewer, and cable worked well, water pressure dropped a bit when the pool was filled, otherwise worked well. Employees are awesome, went out of their way to accommodate us and make us feel welcome. Our site was a hair tight going in, but no issues leaving. We tow with a Freightliner, there was room to park it on the site. When the weather warmed, there was a huge blow up water slide and bounce house for the kids. Some neighborhood noise, but not that bad. We plan to stay here again.

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There is a security gate! If you leave the park, take the security code with you. We did not know this and came back at midnight after attending the Grand Master's visitation banquet. We did not have our code and no one answered the after hours number. Other than that, this is a premier Florida park. Palm trees, paved roads, concrete sites with paver patios - sites are huge, separated by palm trees! Water pressure, electric (with surge protector), DirecTv satellite, cable, Sprint cell service all worked fine. The sewer dump was a bit far, we had to use our extra long sewer hose. There are sites with either driver side or passenger side hook ups. All sites are back-in, no pull thru at all. Some of the sites are owner owned with an owner association - did not affect us. The pool has a Tiki bar, it was open on the weekends. The welcome pack has two wifi codes capable of hooking two devices to the Wifi, no streaming. Since this is off season, the office was closed on the weekend. Dog friendly, but some sites are a pretty good walk to dog walking grass. I did see one "no dogs on the grass" sign. There is a 10 year rule. I would come back but only in the off season. Our 5th wheel is 40' and we tow with a Freightliner hauler.

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We stopped for one night after battling I75 traffic. Campground is right off I75, very convenient. The office was open until 7. The clerk took one look at our 40' 5th wheel and Freightliner hauler and rerouted our drive to our site along the exit roads. Worked very well. We were able to avoid some low hanging trees that needed trimming. Streets and sites paved, concrete pad for picnic table, grass between sites. Water pressure, sewer, electric (with surge protector), cable, satellite (DirecTv), and Sprint cell service all worked well. We did not stay long enough to evaluate the wifi. Dog friendly.

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Came here to wait for Hurricane Matthew before heading south, stayed three nights. This is a former KOA. Rate reflects a 10% KOA discount, but could not use KOA points or update KOA account. Just a hair big rig tight at the pull thru site but driving thru the campground was OK. Our 5th wheel is 40' and we tow with a Freightliner hauler. Water, sewer, electric (with surge protector), Sprint, Satellite (DirecTv) worked fine. Our site, #96, was fairly level, no wheels off the ground, and long enough to park the truck in front of the RV. Pool was open but we did not use it. Dog friendly with a dog park! Sites and roads are gravel, entrance was paved. Employees were very helpful and professional. Had fresh baked cookies as we parked. You can order pizza, wings, etc - particularly nice for the first night! Office is open late and there was an escort to our site. The Park is about half seasonal RVs. Ducks and peacocks roam free. There is a petting zoo with sheep, pigs and goats. The Moose Lodge is one block away; restaurants, Walmart, Home Depot, one exit south on I75. Would camp here again.

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Have stayed here several times because it is the closest campground to Central Florida R&P. It has all the amenities you would expect KOA to have including an escort to your site 24 hours a day. Employees are friendly and helpful. Roads are paved, grass between sites, sites are either concrete, gravel or grass. We were able to wiggle back and forth a bit to get a satellite signal between the palm trees, electric was a little low but not enough to trip our surge protector. Water pressure a little low and they were working on the sewer system. It is big rig friendly, just a hair tight. We arrived after hours, the employee that escorted us to our site changed it because he wanted us to have more room. Pool and dog park are great and there is stuff for kids. Will stay here again.

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Former KOA that time forgot. Needs updating and maintenance. Employees were friendly enough. I would say big rig OK, but the roads are sand and sites are grass. It rained while we were there. We were able to leave without getting stuck but others were not so fortunate. The highlight was a continental breakfast that included waffles - excellent! Water pressure good, laundry room clean, and no problems with electricity or sewer.

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Great for big rigs. Sites and roads are concrete. Sites are long enough to disconnect and have room to park. Grounds are immaculate and well cared for, trees are around the perimeter so no problem obtaining a satellite signal. Excellent water, electric, sewer, WiFi, laundry, and showers. Not good for kids - no planned activities or playground. There is a lake for fishing. It is next to Shady Pines RV sales and service. They have a good selection of parts and hard to find stuff. Would be a good place for a small rally. There is a nice common room and kitchen. Have stayed here before and will again.

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Thousand trails campground open to non-members. Do NOT follow your GPS through the neighborhood, go to the big Thousand Trails sign. We went through the neighborhood and it was very tight. Campground is nice, set into the hills, camp sites are spread out, and roads are paved. The area is in a multi-year drought. The lake was so far down its banks it is hard to see. Tons of wildlife, deer, hawks, etc. We had a back-in site, plenty of room, gravel, full hook-ups. Water pressure and electric were good. We paid extra for 50 amp. Lot of trees but we were able to get a satellite signal. San Antonio is not far. Would camp here again.

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Rate includes Good Sam discount. Friendly staff does what they can with what they have, but it needs updating. Former KOA. Grass sites, gravel roads, satellite locked on, Sprint cell worked. Big rig tight - best to stay up front. Camp sites are wide but not not exceptionally long. Road to the campground is a little questionable, a sign verifying one is going the right way would be helpful. Would stay here again.

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Rate includes KOA discount. Grass sites, gravel roads, big rig friendly, long sites, long enough to disconnect the from the 5th wheel and not worry about blocking the road. Stayed up front for one night, did not use restrooms. Satellite locked on easily, Sprint cell worked. Easy on/off the interstate, little bit of road noise. Would stay here again.

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Rate includes Good Sam discount. Nice park, friendly people, stayed up front, easy on/off I-10, some highway noise, only stayed one night and did not use the restrooms. A little tight but big rig friendly. We did not get any sense of unease.

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Rate includes KOA discount. Gravel roads, concrete sites (100 amp available), friendly staff. Only stayed one night, did not use any of the amenities except the free newspaper and included breakfast!! Very easy on and off the Interstate; stayed up front so there was some highway noise but worth the convenience. Would stay here again.

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Rate includes KOA discount. Super clean, nice people, easy on/off the highway, convenient. Stayed one night, long enough to relax in the pool and do laundry. Yes, there was highway noise but the convenience was worth it. Paved roads, concrete sites - long and level - grass between sites, short walking trail to the Colorado River. Sprint cell worked well, clear satellite signal. Big rig friendly. Entrance is in the front, exit is out the back into a residential neighborhood. Follow the sign posted at the exit. It says no waterfront sites but tents can camp very close to the Colorado River. Would camp here again.

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Rate is a rally discount. Great place for a rally, fully equipped kitchen, meeting area, BBQ, directly across from drive through sites. Sites are gravel, concrete patio, blacktop roads, dog park, big rig friendly. EXCEPT, do NOT follow your GPS into this campground. There is a railroad track on Southcross Road with a small steep hill that will cause significant damage. Follow the directions in the Good Sam book. There is free Wi-Fi for two devices, Sprint cell & MiFi worked well; satellite is hit or miss depending on the site. Employees are great. Would stay here again.

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Sadly we used this campground as an overnight stay, it is definitely a place I would go back to and spend a week. Good handicapped access, good access to restaurants, employees helpful... everything you would expect from KOA. The point of our trip was to deliver my parents from the polar arctic north to sunny Florida so the overnight stay was short.