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This campground was a total disappointment and is overpriced. It is not being maintained well. Roads have deteriorated. Sites are unbelievably short. There are issues with adequate and intermittent power. In desperate need of rehabilitation and redesign to accommodate modern rigs. Short RV's may find it adequate. We will not be back to this facility.

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Very nice RV Park located near the Gulf on the Suncoast. Sites are short for a long rig but manageable. Seems like a popular park. Friendly staff and well maintained. We definitely want to visit this park again!

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A typical nice KOA. Off the main highway a bit so no road noise. Courteous staff. Fairly level sites. Looks like they are fixing the place up a bit and it's a good place to visit if traveling on I-81 or in the area. We will be back!

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Simply the best! One could complain about high price, and no wifi, but how can you when everything else is so perfect! This is probably about our 50th visit and we are addicted to this place! And--- we will be back!

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Sites are short but paved and adequatly spaced. A fantastic place to park and camp with the RV in the Tampa bay - central FL area. Very dog friendly but the dog runs are very small. Nice treatment of customers by the management with free newspaper delivered to site, 2 free meals a day (B+L) at the adjacent Lazydays dealership restaurant. This is as good an urban RV park as you'll find anywhere. We'll be back often!

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A wonderful stopping place for RVers along I-75. Very clean campground. Sites are paved and some may need a bit of leveling. No cable but good wifi. CW is next door and that's where you check in (no reservations but lots of pull through sites) We will definitely visit here again.

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Adjacent to interstate. Very well maintained KOA. Family oriented with playground, pool, and off-leash dog park. Well landscaped. Some issues with drainage causing a few sites to be muddy. Friendly staff. Fairly level sites. Would stay here again.

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Located 1 mile off the interstate. This was one of the nicest RV Resorts we have ever stayed at in all of North America. Paved roads, concrete pads, multiple sewer outlets on each pad, nice grassy space between each RV site. These RV sites were not crowded at all. Heated swimming pool with separate kiddie pool area. 2 Jacuzzi pools, tennis court, golf course nearby, large fenced in off-leash dog park area, campground store and cafe. Friendly staff. Exceptional value for high quality stay. If possible, we would rate this resort a 15 on a scale of 10.

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Located 10 miles off the interstate, north of Yellowstone National Park which makes for a very quiet and restful campground. Campground located on the Yellowstone River and has trails that provide easy access to the river for fishing or rafting. Some of the cabins in the campground overlook the river. Campground well laid out and maximizes use of space which makes for somewhat tight campsites. Indoor Heated Swimming pool was nice but needed some maintenance to the decking around the pool. Off-leash dog park available on-site not well located and a bit small. Pull-thru and back-in FHU sites available. Breakfast available 6 days per week in office/gift shop/club house. Friendly staff. Would stay here again.

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This campground was hard to get to from the highway, but worth the extra effort to find. Back-in sites were surrounded by grass and trees. Pull-thru sites were in a gravel parking lot with some trees. Convenience store, laundry mat, unheated swimming pool, and clubhouse available. Free WiFi in Clubhouse area. WiFi available at campsites for a fee. Off-leash dog area located in park. This is a membership and public campground. Staff very friendly. Would stay here again if in the area.

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Conveniently located to Edmonton which has a lot of activities and sights to see. Very nice campground. Well laid out with FHUs. Staff exceptionally friendly and helpful. Large off-leash dog park adjacent to campground making this location very pet friendly. No WiFi on site. One of the best campgrounds we visited in Canada. Would recommend this campground.

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Convenient location. Well manicured campground. No FHU, but nice sanitation station. Nice walking paths around campground. Staff friendly. Would stay here again.

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Convenient to the Alaska Highway. Many services available at Fort St. John. Restaurant and gift shop onsite. Laundromat was adequate. Gravel sites were level, but not laid out very well. Sewer connection for site next to us was less than 5 feet from the door to our RV. Nice grassy areas to walk dogs.

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Convenient to the Alaska Highway. Restaurant and gift shop onsite. Campsites not well developed. Primarily a dirt and gravel campground with a few trees separating some campsites, very typical of the northwest. WiFi only available in the clubhouse. No FHU. No TV reception. No designated dog walk area. For an overnight stay on the Alaska Highway, it is about as good as you can get. Would stay here again if we had to.

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Gravel parking lot infested with marmots. Was advised when we called they had full hook-ups, but sewer was not available on any sites. Dump station sewer ran over onto ground when we drained our grey water tank (thankful we chose to not dump black water). Advertised WiFi only worked in adjacent restaurant. Property in need of major overhaul of campground facilities.