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Very friendly owner-managers. Small park with mostly "stayers". I would have upgraded the cleanliness rating if the grass had been mowed, but it was lush and about 8-10" high. Very good for a one or two night stay. Concrete level pad with full hook-ups for $25 cash or check. Interior roads are gravel. No restrooms/showers, no wifi, no picnic table. Trains across Hwy 124 (Fannett Rd) were not too frequent or too loud. Roosters crowing and running free around RVs were obnoxious. Cannot provide site number because there are no numbers. Owner graciously escorted me to site and offered to help set up. Probably will stay here again if in Beaumont because it was more appealing than nearby rv park alternative on I-10 and the owners are very friendly and helpful.

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Large, level park with mix of shade, partial shade and no shade sites. Some with concrete pads and some with grass. Interior roads are gravel. Full hook-ups. Very clean laundry. Valet trash pickup each morning. The site I was in on the south side of the office was close to the office where I got very good, free wifi. Price of $35.50 was average for three nights, with tax, of standard rate of $39.95. First night ½ price with Passport America, 2nd and 3rd nights were 10% off with GS.

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Sites are paved and located in a circle or along the road leading to the circle. There is a mix of back-in (5) and pull-thru (10) sites. Sites 9 through 13, all pull-thrus, look out beyond the vegetation-covered dunes to the Gulf. There are lots of mosquitos even with the good breeze. Cell service is very limited although my Sleek brought in a useable Verizon signal on my phone. Free park wifi was sometimes good and a wifi signal enhancer helped. There is no shade, so obtaining a satellite signal is no problem. Boardwalks to beach and through marsh afford wonderful walks. Park Police overly aggressive with beach goers regarding alcohol or glass containers. Kayak rentals available at entrance check-in kiosk. Very quiet park during week; many beach goers on weekends. Very dark at night. A wonderful get away.

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One of my favorite parks. Sites are very shaded. They are paved and offer water & electric. Satellite TV signal was achieved from site #10. That site was empty in spite of the park being almost full; it was empty likely because it dips in the middle. However, it was easy to level the RV by backing through and up the backside of the dip so the front and rear axils were level. Verizon was good for 3 bars. The park has miles and miles of wide, mostly level walking paths through palmettos or tall forest. Great for walking or biking. Kayak rentals are available.

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Small park. Best sites are 1-10 as they have full hook-ups and are level, but they are in a close circle. Sites 11-20 have water and electric and are now paved, but they all slant toward the parallel creek. Many of the 11-20 sites are pull through - meaning the RV leans from one side to the other downhill toward the creek. Verizon yielded only 1 bar. Free wifi only so-so.

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This place is packed in August with people trying to find cool temps. However, the overnight sites are far more spacious than those for "longer term" campers. The on-site manager is motivated to serve customers, which was a very nice welcome. Near-by businesses are practically "on call" to take care of vehicle or RV mechanical needs. Manager readily offers info on area sight-seeing opportunities. I would stay here again if I was passing though Flagstaff. I stayed 3 nights. There is a laundry, but I did not use it. Get a full-hookup site if you need to dump, as there is no stand-alone dump. The newly upgraded free wifi is very good. Propane and diesel are within short driving distances.

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A good overnight stop. Pick your site and go to the hotel check-in across the highway to check-in. Ask for the WiFi code at this point. Weak, but occasional accessible in the campground. The campground is on a slope so be prepared to level side-to-side on the gravel-sand full hook-up sites. Electric power was strong. Verizon signal was there, but weak. This is one of the few places to park overnight between Grand Junction and Flagstaff. I'd pick this place for an overnight if visiting Grand Canyon.

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Good for a night over when travelling through eastern Colorado on IH-40. Park is small and appears cluttered. Overnight sites located away from some of the apparently permanent residents. The owners live on-site and are some of the most helpful and friendly we've encountered. Grass sites are level with full-hookups. Some shade. Verizon signal strong. Passport America rate is $15. Nearby fully-stocked market. Diesel at IH exit. Propane 10 miles west on IH-40 at Flagler.

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Nightly rate is $26. plus $7 per vehicle. During Aug the vehicle fee is waived for all military and vets regardless of state of residency. Electric only. Water spigots throughout campground. No shade. Toilets are vault except for central Camper Services Building which had clean laundry and pay to shower facilities ($1 for 3 minutes). Sites are level and dirt. Roads are paved. Sites are well spaced. No shade. Fire ring and picnic table at campsite. This is a very large park with two campgrounds, each of which have multiple loops. Not all campsites have power. Campground host and rangers frequently make rounds. Verizon signal good. No WiFi in park or at visitor center. Marina store has basic supplies. Nice Visitor Center. Garmin GPS from Steamboat Springs to park stops at a turnoff to a boat ramp about 1 mile before the visitor center. Stayed for 10 days seeking cool temps during August.

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Nightly rate is $24. plus $7 per vehicle. Aug vehicle fee waived for all military and vets regardless of state of residency. Park has four campgrounds. Not all sites have electric. No water or sewer hookups. Water spigots throughout campground. Water appeared to have some iron. All roads in entire park are dirt. Dirt sites are somewhat level. Sites are close together. Small trees between campsites are not yet tall enough to offer shade. Fire ring and picnic table. Toilets are vault except for bathhouse in Pinnacle City Loop. Power was not strong when campground was full. Many tents and small rvs. Good swimming, fishing, sunbathing at lake which campground borders. Many paddle boarders enjoying calm lake. Free WiFi at Pinnacle Campground bath house. Verizon signal very weak. Groceries and gas available in Steamboat Springs about 15 miles from park. Campground host and park rangers make a visible presence.

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Nightly rate is $24 plus $7 per vehicle. Aug vehicles fee waived for all military and vets regardless of state of residency. Electric only. Water spigots throughout campground. Dirt sites and roads in campground. Level sites. Sites are very well spaced. Picnic table (some covered). Many with some shade. Near lake. Some water-side sites. Birding opportunities through out park. Verizon signal okay. Extended from one overnight to three nights because it was so quiet and pleasant.

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Very helpful and friendly park staff and camp hosts. One of the few CCC camps in Florida. The cabins and other structures are attractive. There are trails throughout the park. The riverfront offers fishing, swimming, plus near-by hiking trails. There are two campgrounds: Dogwood and Magnolia. Magnolia is the more "improved" with larger sites and split rail fences to define the campsites. Campsites are somewhat close together with sand/dirt, somewhat level surfaces. Roads in campground are compacted dirt. Trees provide shade but we were able to get a satellite signal. Verizon signal was strong. Small nearby town of High Springs offers groceries, fuel, and restaurants.

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Located mid-way between Jupiter and Hobe Sound, FL. Pine Grove Campground: Level asphalt site with full hook-ups. Verizon signal strong. No shade as hurricane took out all the pine trees. Some highway and train noise. Four clean bath houses. Each has one washer & dryer, but each costs $2.50 a load. Fun pontoon boat tour ($20) to historic site where park ranger gives tour. (Make certain tides are in, or the historic tour is not part of the tour and it's just a boat ride for the same cost.) Interesting and new visitor center. Many bike trails through-out the park. The River Campground is under construction and may open in 2017.

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Campgrounds in the Keys are pricey, so snagging a site in a state park is like winning the lottery. John Pennekamp Coral Reef SP is VERY busy with a near constant coming and going of campers. The sites are full hookups. Sites are close with vegetation between them and to the rear. The park staff provides nature walks. The visitor center has a small aquarium that is a nice surprise. While there are some trails to walk among the mangroves, this park has a lot of concrete and pavement. While I'm glad I stayed there, I will search for other parks in south Florida that offer more space and give a me a feeling of being in nature rather than such an urban environment.

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This park was obviously updated within the last few years. It has a clean, updated appearance. Full hook-ups at the level sites along with picnic table, fire ring and stand-up grill. Site #3 is a pull-thru that offers a line of sight for satellite signal. Verizon hot spot was okay. Sandy site surface meant a LOT of sand tracking into the motorhome. The springs are upriver about a mile, but the drive there is about 7 miles. The headwaters springs are worth a visit: lovely gardens and manmade waterfalls and a nice gift shop. It you snorkel, tube, kayak or do some stand-up boarding, this is the place for you. Otherwise, there is not much to do except walk the tram trails. There were surprisingly few birds or other wildlife for viewing. It's about 10 miles to the local town of Dunnellon. I'd return here.