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"Do you have WiFi?" we asked before checking in. Slight hesitation, then "Our WiFi is provided by (name of company)," the clerk replied, and gave us the info sheet on the provider. When we couldn't log in, we phoned the provider, who informed us they had disconnected the campground after they failed to pay their bills for internet service for months. In short, the clerk lied to us. Unacceptable. We stopped at this campground in March - it is open all year. It has a large number of permanent sites and easy to access sites for larger units just stopping overnight. It has a pool and rental golf carts. Few fire rings available.This is no longer a Yogi Bear Jellystone Park.

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We just stayed here overnight. We were surprised there were NO mosquitoes as we sat out until it was dark. Wifi worked fairly well outside. We did not use the facilities, but checked them out and they appeared to be clean and adequate. Nice separation of sites with trees and bushes.

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We overnighted here in this heavily wooded campground. Easy access off the main highway around Lake superior on the north side. We moved our vehicle when the WiFi wouldn't work even if we were standing under the wifi point. The bathrooms were clean and adequate. Showers were in a unisex building with adequate locks on each large shower space.

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This is an especially nice place if you don't lose any money gambling. There is a bus that will pick you up at your spot and bring you to the Casino for dinner. The bathrooms and showers are top of the line. And the Wifi was good. Great place to stop overnight just off I35.

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This is a small fishing resort on a very pretty lake. We just stayed overnight. It is about 4 miles off the main road. We were very close to our neighbors. It was acceptable for an overnight.

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We stayed on Labor Day weekend and it was very busy on Sunday and everyone left by Monday noon. There is a nice pool and lots for kids to do. The place was well kept and clean. They loaded us an extension cord without charge. WiFi was just OK/slow if we sat outside in direct site of the antenna.

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The lights in the shower are on a motion sensor and shut off half way through our showers. The showers are in the main building at the front of the campground and can be a long walk from a campsite. There are additional ones that were more primitive further into the campground. There is lots of room to maneuver to dump tanks. Several of the campsites are centered around a single electrical post and we had to back up fairly close to others to make our extension cord reach. It is a pretty place - farmland - and lots of trees.

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This campground is right on the river - you can fish from the bank. Good over all facilities. But the WiFi was pretty worthless and we were right by the office.

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Nice separation between sites with trees. Only 14 spaces. Good for overnight or bear hunting. Some highway noise. Small store.

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This was an overnight stop in a very pretty place. It was quite busy with lots of permanent campers. The facilities are older but adequate.

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This is very handy location just off the interstate. There is some traffic noise and lots of geese poop. But the facilities and WiFi were good. Nice little store.

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We stayed for two weeks here. We were packed in quite narrow spaces that were built before slideouts were invented. But the place is clean, has good clean facilities, lovely pool, good Wi-Fi and it seemed like there was something planned everyday if you like that sort of involvement. We checked out other sites in the Ft Myers area, and concluded we would probably return here, if and when we return.

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This campground is a bit scruffy, but is very convenient to the Interstate for overnight stops. The facilities, six complete little bathrooms, were worn but clean. Nice little lounge with book exchange.