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Not a lot of choices in this area. This park is WAY overpriced at $45 per night. No activities here. The sites were level gravel with W/E only. Big rigs have "fun" trying to navigate the dump site through the trees. The only "facilities" here were a few portable toilets scattered about the park. The roads to the park are rough, steep, but navigable. The main driveway is dirt/gravel and a bit rough. My main gripe is their continued use of their website. It boasts a very large and modern gym on the premises, with pictures. There is no gym. The owner said someone "hacked/pirated" their website & posted the gym info with a link to redirect the user to the hackers. She said they were trying to steal her customers. Why she does not discontinue her site and start a new one is beyond me. But she now benefits from the bogus info as it would be a nice draw for customers to the campground. All fishy...

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A little off the beaten path, in the hills above Falconer. Very friendly staff and long termers. The showers & toilets are "rustic" but clean, no sewer but 1 dump site in park. They have some funky gray water system with busted up pvc pipes you just shove your drain pipe into. Must drain gray only, very slowly to avoid backup. And shortly after you see your gray water spreading across the gravel driveway. Site was gravel pull thru and level.

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This place has terrible interior roads, skinny with sharp 90 degree turns into muddy, gravel sites separated by muddy grass. Impossible to get a big rig into sites without driving over mushy, muddy, grass, I almost got my 40' MH stuck, rear wheels spinning and digging big ruts in the mud. Many utility posts appeared to have been hit by rigs and were leaning. Many sites looked way off level too. They offer propane but when I requested it, the staffer said the guy who does that was not available that day. Baths are dated, but were clean. Not much to do in Erie but visit Presque Isle State Park. We will not return.

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Good family camping park. Sites level gravel with patio and fire ring. Campground has pools, store, clean restrooms/showers, fishing pond, access to the petting zoo, playground, gift shops, restaurant with dinner-theater all next door at Cornwell's Turkeyville. FHU's and some sites pull through, others back-in.

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Sites spacious and level, 30A electric only. Nice path to Lake Erie, clean facilities, fishing ponds for the kids, would give it a 10 if it had FHU's.

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Very good for a few days stopover. Concrete, level (!) pads set in cul-de-sac with FHU's. Spacing is good with lush green grass. This is an FMCA members only site, there are 15 sites with another 8 overflow sites with electric only. No facilities and grass was kinda tall while we were there. The rate is misleading, first 2 nights are free, $20 per night for up to additional 5 nights.

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Beautiful, well maintained campground. Easy to navigate interior roads, sites are paved asphalt. Nice playground for kids, pool area (when weather dictates filling it), bathroom/showers clean. Good location relative to Lexington. Many sites are slanted/canted and finding level can be frustrating. No sewer hookups but 2 dump stations in park. Lots of trees, may affect satellite reception. The water in showers is not adjustable as to temperature, and between the heat & high pressure it felt like showering with a pressure washer. Garbage dumpsters are a good walk from many sites. Still, we would return here.

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A previous review is accurate: leveling is a quest. The family/staff are very pleasant & accommodating. Would stay here again. Sites are very close with sunny/open exposure. The site surface was gravel and featured a picnic table.

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Great stop for cave tours. Dry camp only, but plenty of water faucets and restrooms nearby. Lots of trees, no satellite service. Spotty cell service. Lots of firewood stacked throughout the campground, free for the taking. It takes an effort to find a level friendly site.

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As is normal for south FL in winter (peak season), due to popularity and folks/snowbirders willing to pay, they get away with charging exorbitant prices. This is a combination KOA/Thousand Trails-Encore park. Club house, playground, tennis, dog run, shuffleboard, horseshoes, pool (a bit murky), hot tub, and some scenic small ponds scattered. They stack the sites like cord wood. Garbage is only picked up on certain days, but lazy neighbors will put trash out even on non-garbage days, so tight spacing gives one a lovely view of garbage. Pine Island is certainly no destination spot, not much to do/see here, no beach area to enjoy. It is a very long drive to civilization (AKA: normal shopping) in Cape Coral or Ft. Myers. We will not waste our time or money returning to the area.

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Due to location, popularity, & folks willing to pay, they get to charge outrageously exorbitant prices. Interior roads very tight, as is site spacing. Bath/shower not kept up well, shower needed wipe down & toilet needed attention due to blowout. Heavy sewer smell encompassed the park. Sugar ants were problematic. Pool was well maintained but not enough chairs. State parks are more reasonable in price, will stay at one of them if we return, Bahia Honda SP looked nice.

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Large Broward county park with lake & lots of activity opportunities. Clean facilities and interior roads (once you get to the campground ), but the road into the park and the confusing signage to get you to the campground is tricky. Some of the utility hookups are at the end of the long sites, I saw rigs with as many as 7 sewer hose sections to reach the septic hook up. Busy snowbird park.

     

Joy RV Park

Cocoa, Florida

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Very clean facilities and friendly staff. Watch out for fire ants. Pool is well maintained but not much else to do at the park. Close to Kennedy Space Ctr and Cocoa Beach. A bit too pricey for what it is, paying for location.

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Only rated average due to layout of the park, sites stacked up like cord wood. Our neighbors both smoked heavily, sitting at their patio which was directly below our windows, had to close windows in upper 70's heat. Clean toilets/showers, clean pool (unheated), nice laundry room. Happy their rates were not north of $60+, as are a lot of KOA's.

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Passport America is almost useless, they only accept it a couple of months out of the year. They do have several other discount programs they accept as well. Pedestal utilities need repair, our water leaked out their backflow fitting.We had W/E pull-in site. The men's toilet/shower was pretty disgusting at least 2 days in a row. Used paper towels missed the garbage, shower matts looked to have been dragged through the dirt, and someone had a massive blowout in the toilet that went unattended to. And despite the large "No Smoking" sign on the door, I left needing a cigarette, the smell of cig smoke was overpowering. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Bare bones stop, no amenities in the park.