Diane Yeager

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We had not visited Disneyworld for over 30 years. I made the reservations via phone with Disney. Had no idea as to site except being on "pet" circle, which cost $15 extra per night. Our site 1918, assigned at check-in, was quite a walk to the internal bus, then a ride to the Outpost to catch another bus to theme parks. Forty minutes each way to any theme park, so returning to the rv for dog walk or lunch is not feasible. Our three day park pass was only 2 1/2 days since check-in is 1 pm. Riding in a van, the driver said the best time to visit is 2nd half of January and all of February. Sites are small and utilities are adequate. There is some separation between sites, but some are too small for big rig and tow vehicles. This park is too expensive unless all amenities are to be utilized.

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Williston Crossings is definitely a destination park. First it so large that many sites are seasonal, and they are installing park models in the newer section. I called ahead to make sure they could accomodate in a pull-thru with tow for overnight, since they have only 41 pull-thru sites. The person who talked to me wanted lots of information on the phone, including VISA #. I did not want to give that information before I even got there, and she indicated they usually didn't do that. She did give me a site number, but by the time we got there, that had been changed, which confused our escort. The park is beautiful, with large sites and has every amenity, including being within walking distance to the town. This a great park for an extended stay but not our favorite small park.

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Although this park is very close to I-75, it was reasonably quiet, and a very nice overnight or longer term stay. There are many amenities: pool community room, hot tub, clean laundry, & showers, clubhouse, games, dog run, tent camping, cabins, and shade. That is a lot of value for the Passport rate, which must be cash. We deducted for only air channel tv was adequate. Sites for smaller rvs were too close together.

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This is a typical KOA. It has all the amenities a family could ask for, but the sites are small and not necessarily level. They also have a very noisy location, with coal mine, trains, and I-24 to contend with. For all of that, it is easy in, easy out, with very clean showers and laundry. Staff is considerate, giving us a second choice when the first site was uphill. It was a convenient one night stop.

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All the sites at this park appeared to be level. The utilities worked well. The lake is stocked, and can be fished without a license, but must be paid for by the pound. The shortcomings are the laundry and showers which have been provided in the basement of the owner's house. Woodall's indicated N/A in the ratings. The facilities may be temporary to provide service, but the entry and stairs are so steep, I hesitated to repeat my visit. All other amenities seemed to be new and complete, pavilion, storage, wi-fi, and propane. The Passport rate made it a good value if visiting in a self-contained unit. Hopefully a shower house is in the future.

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This park is off I-74 just far enough to be very quiet, but GPS confuses the directions. Blue camping signs will assure getting there. Price reflects Good Sam discount. The new owner of this former KOA park is working hard to improve sites and facilities. Our water, sewer, and electric functioned properly. Air TV was fine even under the beautiful trees. The pool was closed for the winter, but other amenities were available, such as a stocked lake, trail, laundry, showers, game room, two cabins, and a book exchange. Some cosmetic improvements will assure the success of this park

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Rate includes Good Sam discount for premium site. I verified that this is NOT a Passport America park. All utilities worked perfectly. We enjoyed cool weather, so shade was not an issue although western sites are protected in the afternoon. Sites are level but narrow, and along with a lot of concrete account for lower rating. Clean showers and laundry. Park is near shopping center and medical clinic.

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This was a lovely RV park. Clean and well arranged. Utilities all worked perfectly. It rated a 10, but no one ever showed up at the office. So cash or check only unless you wish to leave a written credit card # in an unprotected box, and if there had been any problems there was no one to help. This was the second park on this trip that was unattended. Fortunately a passing dog-walker shared the restroom code. Have to call for rate and Wi-Fi. Showers were individual rooms and laundry was clean in the same room along with 2 exercise machines and book exchange.

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This was a convenient place for us to stop. First you pass through Lamont from the south and are closer to Capps. I called ahead and was told there was room. Upon entry, the sign says "pick a site" and leave money in drop box at front door, or fill out envelope with credit card number. I tried all three doors to the building around 3:30 and all doors were locked up tight, including office and restrooms. After selecting one of the few unoccupied level sites, I called the phone again and was notified that the office was only open from 9am to 2pm. Drives were gravel and had adequate full hookups. Do not plan on using any campground amenities, since doors are locked. We would not return to this campground

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This campground is typical of COE parks. It is beautiful, scenic, well laid out, and clean. Sites are very large, and most are separated from neighbors. The only lack is sewer hookup. Showers were older and could use some bleach. The park offers nice walking and water sports. Rate is senior pass discount. Such a nice bonus for older citizens.

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This campground must be a work in progress. It is a little further off the highway than expected and down a winding lane that has not been graded recently. Full hookup sites are back in. Pull thru sites have "available" water, Our site had full facilities. Utilities worked fine. Showers were clean, individual bathrooms. Big rigs would find it challenging to negotiate and chose a site. I would not return here.

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Our favorite spot in north Florida. Beautiful grounds, lots of shade, dependable utilities. Just lacks sewer hookups. We continue to return.

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This is our favorite kind of park, family owned, large enough to have all the facilities and small enough for comfort. Our only negatives are that the sites are a little to close together, and the showers a little far from some sites. There are seasonal residents here, but no park models (hooray). Rate is for 7 days. Although there are only 2 washers & dryers, there was never anyone waiting. $2 wash & $1.50 dry. We found the park from Helen with GPS, but there is no sign on the highway. Close to Hiawassee which has lots of activity, and beautiful lake.

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This rate is Passport, which is very reasonable for an overnight stay. Directions were confusing in Woodall's, and entrance is not obvious since the park is downhill from the road. That being said, it is a nice park with nice separation and good utilities except cable, which was reportedly not working. Antenna reception and MiFi worked well. Showers were centrally located and dog park was available. Much of the park needed mowing, but they had had lots of rain. We would short stay here again.

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Rate is for Florida senior. The Hickory loop is open enough to negotiate with our 26 ft RV. I'm not sure a big rig could utilize this park, especially the other loops. It is very shady, which makes TV and cell reception more difficult. We were able to receive only 1 major network and several PBS channels. Showers are clean and centrally located. Utilities are adequate. Due to flooding, the springs were closed. We had deer wandering through our site both morning and evening. Walking the dog at night, I also heard some animal in the open dumpster, but since bears have been sighted in this part of Florida, I didn't check to see...maybe it was a raccoon. We would like to return when we can access the whole park.