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I rarely give a 10 rating, but have for this park for what we used it for; an overnight stop on our way home in south Texas. The campground is near I-20, but far enough away to eliminate any traffic noise. The sites are concrete, mostly pull thru, level and a picnic table. Many appeared occupied by long term residents working in the local area. The facilities are amazing; the largest restrooms/shower single person combos I've ever seen. The laundry had commercial washers/dryers. We would definitely camp here again.

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Spent two days to tour Hot Springs National Park. The campground is on a hill with shaded terraced gravel sites that are reasonably level. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring, although there was a burn ban in place so camp fires were prohibited. Facilities were clean and adequate and appeared fairly new. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site, which was helpful as the interior roads are steep. Be cautious if pulling a toad, we bottomed exiting the campground. We would camp here again.

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Spent one night at the campground. The staff was friendly and helpful offering dinner suggestions. It is located next to the interstate; however we were given a site at the rear of the property so traffic noise was not a problem. Our site was gravel, level with some shade. Facilities were typical KOA. Our kids enjoyed the pool. We would camp here again if passing through, but would look at other campgrounds if staying several days.

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The campground is located off I-59, but far enough away to prevent traffic noise. It is convenient to Lookout Mountain and Chattanooga, which is why we selected it. The staff was helpful and friendly. We were not escorted to our site, but it was within sight of the office. Facilities were typical KOA, but adequate for our needs. The laundry facilities were very good. WiFi was slow. Sites were gravel and reasonably level. We would camp here again, but would look at other campgrounds near Chattanooga since we've now done Lookout Mountain.

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Spent five nights touring the national park and local area. The campground is convenient to both. It is definitely a family oriented campground with numerous kid friendly activities. The staff can arrange offsite tours and activities plus provided shuttle service. A scenic campground with a trout stream along one boundary plus a catch/release fishing pond. Our site was level with a concrete pad, patio, picnic table and fire ring. Restrooms were clean and adequate, but hot water was erratic based on the time of day due to, I suspect, usage. Laundry was excellent. WiFi was non-existent at our sight, but not that much of a problem as we were out much of the time. We would camp here again.

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Spent one night at this campground. We were assigned a site, but could not get 50 amp power to our unit. The staff immediately move us to another site while they repaired the power pedestal. Another unit moved in to that site within an hour and didn't appear to have any problems. The campground is off the interstate, but traffic noise is not a problem. Facilities were typical KOA and appeared clean and adequate. Our kids enjoyed the pool, which had a slide. We would camp here again.

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We spent three nights at this campground while touring Shenandoah National Park. As noted in previous reviews the local road leading to the campground entrance is intimidating, but proved not to be a problem either arriving or departing. The campground is very picturesque on a forested hillside with level gravel sites with picnic table and fire ring. The staff were friendly, helpful with local knowledge and we were escorted to the site. The campground is big rig friendly as we saw several 45' motorhomes towing trailers entering and leaving. Facilities were typical KOA, clean and adequate. Our kids enjoyed the pool. WiFi was poor and satellite was non-existent due to the trees. The campground is convenient to Harrisonburg for shopping, banking, etc. We would camp here again.

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Overnighted at the campground. It is near the interstate, but far enough away that here is no traffic noise. A very nice park in a small valley between two ridge lines. Our site was located near the park entrance and was set up for overnight stays. Gravel, level and full hookup, with picnic table and fire ring. The major part of the campground had more picturesque sites; fishing pond, shade, views, etc. The staff was excellent and helpful. The swimming pool was larger than most KOA pools. We camped in a Motorhome and would camp here again.

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Spent two weeks while on an extended trip through the southeast US. The campground is a mix of gravel and concrete sites. All the concrete sites appeared level (ours was) and had a paver patio, picnic table and fire ring. The gravel sites were mixed as far as level and amenities. Plenty of tent and cabin sites which would be great for a family get togethers. Our nightly rate seemed high, but, included the July 4th weekend, and the facilities, children activities and location were worth the rate. Daily activities included games, ice cream and movies. The campground offers discounted admission tickets to several local venues and is minutes away from Colonial Williamsburg, the Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Battlefield. Washington, DC is three hours away via Amtrak. We camped here in a Motorhome would camp here again.

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Spent two nights in order to visit Savannah, GA. The campground is next to I-95, but traffic noise is not a problem. Our site was typical KOA; level with a mix of sand/gravel and a picnic table. We had a problem with the 50 amp power supply, but the staff was quick to fix the problem. They offer pizza, which was ok, and a wine tasting of local wine, which was excellent. We camped in a Motorhome and would camp here again.

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Spent one night en-route to Virginia from Georgia. Selected the campground, because it was convenient to I-95. Apparently the campground is up for sale. Our site was not level and a mix of sand/gravel. Staff was friendly, but we were not escorted to our site. Restrooms/ showers were clean. It was ok for an overnight stop, but would look for other campgrounds before using this KOA.

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Spent two nights in order to tour Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Site was level and a mix of sand/gravel with a patio, table and chairs. Staff was friendly and helpful. The showers were dated and in need of upgrading, otherwise the facilities were satisfactory. Use the campground directions to the campground rather than GPS. We would camp here again.

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Stayed for a week with our two kids. Excellent facility on Santa Rosa Sound with a private beach and pool. Site was a level concrete pad with patio and picnic table. Our site faced toward the southeast which allowed for afternoon shade without having to use our awning. Really nice shaded pavilion with fishing pier was great for morning coffee. WiFi was slow so used our hot spot. The facility is close to Pensacola for tourist activities including the Naval Aviation Museum. We would stay here again.

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Overnighted en-route to Florida. Sites were close, but level with a patio and picnic table. Very shady with nice oak trees. Staff was excellent. We would camp here again.

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Spent two nights in preparation for our summer trip. Site was narrow, but a level concrete pad. Off the pad the site was grass that sloped off to the next site. Facilities were excellent; clean and well kept. On site restaurant was a plus; good family food, BYOB and reasonably priced. We will stay here again.