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Tifton KOA

Tifton, Georgia

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Surprised this is a KOA, very small store, pool water green. Mostly permanent sites. roads sand. Sites level dirt with picnic table. WIFI good, cable fuzzy but a lot of channels.

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Older campground on lake. Roads hilly and gravel roads. Site small on a slope. Lots of seasonal/ permanent sites.

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About 1 mile from I 81. good interior gravel roads,, site level but grass overgrown. Pizza and wings delivered to site. Bowling alley on property.

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Stayed here 1 night, Close to highway with lot of noise. Pull thru site was level. Good cable tv and internet. High price even with GS discount.

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Staying here for a week, 7th day free. Grounds are very well maintained, staff friendly and helpful. Several seasonal sites that are well maintained. Sites are gravel and level. Free wifi and cable ( 26 channels). About 4 miles from the center of Gettysburg. Will stay again when in the area.

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We have been members of this campground for 29 years, the price per day without membership is $60 plus. We have seen it go downhill. They now allow yearly site rental and sale of cabins. Most sites are maintained but others are poor. Cable TV very poor, said they are upgrading. Water has a horrible smell. Grounds are well maintained. Restrooms are dated.

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Stayed here as it is close to Charleston (10 miles). We were assigned a site in what appears to be an older section. Mostly permanent units. A lot of trees and no so level. The rest rooms and laundry were clean, the pool looked very nice and clean. It has a handicap lift. Staff very friendly. We would stay again when in the area.

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Older campground, staff friendly. Hilly terrain but sites are fairly level. Sites are dirt. Cable extra ($2) Wifi free for 1/2 hour then $5 a day. They delivered 3 free large chocolate chip cookies to site soon after we arrived. They have decent pizza and wings at a reasonable price delivered. The sites in the 100's do not have trees and would be good for satellite. we would stay again if in the area. Stayed in a motorhome.

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Stayed one night. Most of the sites here are pull thru with full hookups. Free cable and WiFi which were good. The roads and sites are dirt. Friendly staff and quick checkin. Stayed in a Mootorhome. Will stay again when in the area.

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Very friendly staff, clean grounds, free WiFi, no cable but good antenae reception. Gravel roads. About 2 miles off I 75 exit 129. Stayed in a Motorhome.

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Small family owned campground at exit 150 on I64. Well maintained grounds, no store but there is one about 200 yards from entrance. Manager Russ was very friendly. Has both 30 and 50 amp service, about 5 channels on antenae. Free WiFi. Will stay again when in the area. Great spot for overnight. Stayed in a Motorhome.

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Stayed here for 5 nights using Passport America. Older campground well maintained. Staff was very friendly while checking in. Campstore well stocked. About 2 miles from center of Gettysberg, expensive ($85) 2 hour horseback ride thru the battlefield. WiFi slow, could not get satellite at our site. We would stay here again while in the area.

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Good spacious pull thru site. Escorted to site. Camp store for needed supplies.

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Fairly new campground, large pull thru sites. Free breakfast consists of bagels, cereal, toast juice and coffee, no tea. Large hall.

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Stayed here for 4 nights. Good paved narrow roads. Sites are close to each other and mostly dirt. Short walk to beach from loop 5.