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It is $300+ a month and higher for premium An old place where too many campers are crammed in, an example of what some settle for as many return each year taking advantage of cheap prices. This was our first time here, it was the only place we could get for a month, and while all the staff are very cordial and do their best, the RVpark leaves much to be desired. Parking so close to the adjacent space on grass & dirt. no place to sit other than squeezed alongside your rig. Lots of permanents too . There are some premium newer sites across a channel, but those were booked and so we had to take what we could get to stay in the area. Terrible mud and grime gets on all connecting hoses from the rains. There are good things, most people are friendly, a pool and hot tub, water aerobic classes, which are crowded I heard there was yoga but never could figure out where it was held. There are activities from in the rec hall, but these are all bring your own plates, utensils, etc. We skipped that as always crowded too so missed out on the "fun" It is gated so that is some security and a deposit is collected for the remote to open one gate. One walking gate is kept open all day long.. Internal roads are very narrow and rough and when it rained our row was along a minor creek because the water did not drain. . Too many people there and walking becomes a chore dodging automobiles and golf carts. There is an extra charge for cable which does not work well so we canceled.Wifi is awful unless one goes to the rec hall. Electricity is extra and had we stayed the month would have been about$100. The laundromat is dumpy, rusted machines from salt air, inadequate for the population and several machines do not work but take money from unsuspecting. The park is not responsible for the refunds nor do they post out of order signs. Several of these longtimers park any which way and their vehicles in front of rigs make it difficult to navigate around them.

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A lovely new RV park that is expanding/ very expensive but paved sites. Pull through, There is an additional charge of $8 for wifi. There is a pool and restaurant, camp store but those were not open when we stayed.

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We really enjoy staying here, it is a great s[ot to spend time and see sites all around the area. We spent almost a month in December-January and then another overnight in January. It is a better value to stay for at least a week, but on our return trip we had to move on to another destination. Sites are gravel and level and nicely maintained. My only slight criticism is there are too many dogs per site. we do not have animals and really do not want to listen to yappers. This is not a problem with the owners or the park but with the people who stay there, I think they should limit to one dog per site.

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We stayed overnight and have in the past. It is decent and the owners staff are cordial, grass parking in a big field. A great value and we noticed it is no longer inthe Good Sam Directory/ The owner said he could not afford to pay for that so it was good we knew about it from previous trips/ it is a good bargain. lots of permanent types all around the perimeters.

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As others have commented, there are no other RV options in the Pittsburgh area. That said, we have been visiting annually for over 8 years and are very glad to have Mt Top, new family of owners are doing their best. They have added 19 spaces and gravel to several perimeter sites. Yes, it needs sewer or greater availability of pump outs than weekly. Perhaps they will arrange that. Certainly the dump access and egress is rough. This trip I noticed many tenters/several RV campers use the shower in the basement of the home. I used the laundry this visit for a load of sheets, it was ok. For all the rigs, perhaps they could add laundry machines and showers, but it will take time. The sites are level and it is a gorgeous setting overlooking the valley. Very safe and secure. Spacious. The access road Sun Mine is owned by the county so not under control of the RV site owners. The owners are very helpful and cordial. They set up a table in the basement for books swaps and free stuff. We replaced our coffeemaker while there and donated the one we had which was too small for us. As I said, it is the only place around and they are doing their best, it will take time. They get filled for events like the recent US Open, Steelers games, concerts, etc.

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We needed a spot for overnight and this worked perfectly. Pull through and level and we did not have to unhook. A very quiet RV park filled with many seasonals and perhaps full timers. Lots of family amenities, miniature golf, basketball, swimming pool, and plenty of children using all these and riding their bikes. We stayed here once before in 2012 and this time again we decided we must book a longer stay to take in local activities. Very easy access off I 70. Quiet times are respected. Lots of spaces available in a kind of filed area.

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It was our first stay while we visited Charlottesville and nearby areas. This RV park is very convenient and had a just big enough space for our coach. They pick up trash at the site several times a day which is a nice bonus. I like to walk for miles each morning but the hills here are very very steep, and there is not any convenient path along lower sites other than going round and round in circles, but it is the hills of Virginia. Lots of tent sites some right next to RV's. Spaces are close backins. Barely room to park the tow vehicles adjacent, so roads get hard to navigate with vehicles sticking out. No convenient way to hook up but to block the road. The office staff are very friendly and helpful and there is a nice little store with necessities. As packed as it was quiet times are readily observed and it was quiet at night. Lots of tents, trailers, RV's many locals come and go. No TV reception, must have satellite. Amenities for children who were fully using pool, jump house, corn toss, etc riding their bikes and fishing. There were standing water ruts but it rained hard during our stay so not much could be done. We were thankful to have a space convenient to the activities we planned and we enjoyed our stay..

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Excellent access to Columbus. Nice RV park but almost fulll of local seasonals, perhaps live ins who take up most of the better spaces. We booked a big rig site because we had never been here before and with our 42 ft coach & toad wanted to get adequate. The person on the phone was not helpful about the sites, told me to look at their site map online when I called. I did not have that accessible at the moment so I booked the big rig site which she assured us was level. It was note, it was on a hill, the sites adjacent were occupied by people staying for the season it appeared. We were able to level but could have used another 50 amp site that would have been level. People 2 sites down from us had several enclosed in a fence outside, the dogs that yipped and barked all day and night. Very annoying. The second day I stopped at the office to complain and the people did take their dogs inside. Lots of amenities for families, pool, etc.. A few park models that are sold out immediately. Tight narrow roads around. Laundry was clean. Many golf carts and vehicles per space and they are often alongside the narrow roads blocking access, one has to stop and beep the horn or ask that they move. Seems the park could do better at that but if the spaces are occupied as they were during our stay, not much will change. If we visit here again we will know to use their site map first.

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As others said, difficult to find we passed the entrance and had to turn back. Affiliated with the Hilton Hotel on the hill above. Nice paved streets but the site we had was gravel and a bit sloped, difficult to pull into with our 40 ft coach and towed mid size truck. We were not completely level. We only stayed overnight, it was expensive for the stay. No enforcement of the doggie poop pick up rules and some dogs running lose. Many permanent or semi permanent residents, several park model cabins which were all occupied by workers in mines and the area. Nothing here, must unhook and drive up the hill and down the road. It is very pretty but would be better with a small store, snack bar, etc. We were only overnight so it worked out ok.

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This is a very old campground more suited to campers, small trailers, etc. But we were only there for 1 overnight while traveling. The price was discounted if we paid cash, which we did. They were soon closing for the season and seemed dis-interested if we stayed there or not. Cable is fuzzy reception to none. Noisy traffic with a nearby industrial site. Very difficult to maneuver our 40 ft coach and toad a mid sized truck. Would not stay here again, a parking lot would be better. Trees should be cleared or advertise that this is for small campers. The only reason I rate satisfactory is it was not totally bad, but just not worth it, rather below mediocre.

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We stayed free but this review requires at least $1 so we added that. By signing up as a Cabela's Club member at the store we were given the night gratis. Gravel roads more amenable to smaller campers, smaller coaches than our 40+ft coach + towed truck. Gravel sites. Walked up to the store to pay as the office was closed, it is all self service this off season time of year. Stayed only overnight while traveling; it was easy off and back onto I 80. No service at the office and no wifi. Water and 50 amp hookups. Could not beat the free night, but the posted prices seemed high for no personal service, appx. $48 as I recall. Many were staying in the free lot of the store.

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Very clean, nicely maintained, level pull thru site for our 40 ft coach + toad truck. We only stopped overnight and did not need to unhook. Easy access off I80, exit 420. We received Good Sam discount along with military. This is a patriotic park, run by a military family. Very friendly staff and welcome. Likely if there were a race going on the noise from the track would be heard, but it was quiet during our night. Would stay here again when traveling.

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All big rigspaces are pull thru and 55ft long, our 40 ft coach and truck toad just made it into the space. We were there only for overnight so did not want to unhook. Looks like there are several semi permanent residents. 50 amp Power & water worked well and site was level. Easy place to walk around.

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This is an old RV park with lots of what appears semi permanent residents, but no problems, tight spaces, but overall very pleased. First, not many RV Park choices this area, so we took a chance. It is very quiet despite being packed. No unrowdy behavior. Sure you can hear the occasional train, but so what? The laundry and sites are kept clean. Gravel site, tight but level. Good 50 Amp, water, etc. Convenient to the freeway I 80. They have made a lot of progress from way back. Filled most days we are here. Give them a try sometime, it's not a luxury place but they are doing their best. Good Sam discount only on separate days, they have a weekly discount rate.

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All paved roads and sites. No one onsite to assist finding the assigned space nor to check in. Have to go up to the casino hotel desk for a receipt. We were assigned a spot alongside the road which did not work for our 41 ft with slides, so after calling the desk again we were given a back in site. It was difficult to maneuver, but we made it. We were only staying overnight. We'd have preferred a drive thru which they claimed were all booked, but we saw many vacant spaces. They need a better way to assign or match spots to sizes, many smaller trailers were in the larger spaces. Quiet and secure and if one is interested in the casino a shuttle pick you up and brings you back to your site. We were only overnight so did not use that. Cable works well. This is probably the best value for the money in Bay St. Louis. We would stay here again.