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Great park with new owners. Used to be a KOA but private owned now. We stayed for three nights on our way to Destin, Fl for a week. The owner was there and led us to our site. Lots of trees, nice pool and deck area. A nice dog park in the back area. They had Wifi but worked best at the area near the pool. They are renovating all the sites and adding all new power boxes. Leveling the sites with asphalt. A nice shower/ restroom area in main building. Very nice laundry area too. Very friendly, family owned place. We liked it so much we stayed two more nights on the way home. Only a mile south of I-10 at Chattahoochee exit. Park entrance is on the left side of road.

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Checked in June 18th for a 12 day stay! We like the large sites, some are closer together than others but nice. Many are gravel and some concrete. Some pull they sites too! Pool is closed due to structural damage, haven't seen anyone working on it yet! Free Tram service to the beach every 30 minutes 9am to 7 pm daily. Also to Campbell Lake 3 times a day. Bathrooms older but clean. Large separate tent area. Full hookups on all sites, cable tv too. Shaded sites and full sun sites. We reserved almost a year in advance due to such high demand. Park is full all the time. Beach is great to spend time at and is the biggest attraction here. They have kayak, canoe, and paddle board rentals, shuffle board courts too. Small dock on a pond for fishing and Campbell lake for canoe and kayak time.

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Nice Park but confusing for check-in. Stayed overnight on a pull thru site. Site was paved and nice.

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Stayed here for a total of 6 days. Sites were OK. We had a full hookup site the first 4 days, then moved to water and sewer and cable site for 2 days. Layout was confusing as the way it is setup. Have to come in on the road both ways depending on which site you are on. Bathrooms and showers were older but clean and good enough. Lots of shady areas on most of the sites. Very quiet the whole time. Plenty of room for big rigs, but some trees are close to the road on both sides so have to watch carefully.

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Biggest issue was that they have the dumpster right at the end of this site, why I don't know! I did mention that they should have it on the other side of area away from campers. It stunk badly and it was packed full. Also the next site was close and I couldn't pull up as far as I wanted to because of campers there. Volunteer wanted me to move up after they left so they could empty dumpster, not going to happen, I leave tomorrow. Caught a big bass right near the boat ramp though! Bath house very clean, camp area #1 was immaculate, only two of us in whole section besides the volunteer.

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We stayed here a couple of days. Gnats were terrible so we couldn't be outside like we wanted to be. Very pretty and clean park. Bathrooms were older but clean. Aircraft and tank display was very interesting to see. They have a large Marina and several boat ramps. Also available is an R/C aircraft flying field for your use.

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We have been here for six days now on site #175 which is a pull in site with a huge stone fireplace. Looking out over Douglas Lake and seeing the Smoky Mountains in the background is beautiful! All sites are paved with full hookups and 30/50 amp. Cable tv and WIFI included in the price. We got a pay for 6 get a free night price. Our site was $69 a night...... Beach area on the lake for swimming, with a huge floating trampoline and another in water inflatable. Also a large swimming pool with slide and a kiddie pool too. Large bathhouse with separate rooms with sink, shower, and toilets. laundry room is large also! Staff is very accommodating and friendly. Also has a dog run so you can let dogs off leash for a bit. There isn't really any shade as it's still a newer place, but tree's have been planted. Sites are all quite large, I believe 50' so lots of room. Overflow area for cars to park. Also have a boat ramp and a lot for trailers to be kept. Dock with jet ski ramps and boat slips for rent while there. We have enjoyed our stay here and don't really want to leave.

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We stayed on site 20 near the bath house! All the sites are large with fire rings and clothes lines. all sites are full h/u sites. Nice walk to the river to canoe, kayak, or tube down. Fishing dock on the river also. Shuffleboard, small store on site. Dump station and large area to park to check in. There are three sections all with paved roads...several handicap sites are available which are all paved and the rest are gravel. One of our favorite Florida State Parks.

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Stayed over a three day weekend. Campground is an easy drive from Interstate 75. Four horse sites are there for horse trailers separate from the other 30 sites. One bathhouse sits in the center of the circle, 2 washers and dryers located by the bathhouse. Fire rings at each site along with tables. Most spots were shady and privacy between sites was nice. Only 2 handicap paved sites available next to bathhouse. Clean, close to town of Wimauma, restaurants, Walmart, Grocery Stores. River runs right next to campground but is a small river at the park area. Very quiet and no noise at all.

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This is an older State Park as the roads in the campground are narrow. We reserved a handicap site #7! It was OK, not paved and short to get a 40' Rv backed into. Bath houses were clean. There are no sewer hookups but a dump station is available. The spring is nice and lots of things to do : canoes, kayaks, boat tour , tubing and swimming.

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We are amazed at the size of this park! Bath houses were very clean. They are renovating 39 sites that will have 50 amp service and water, sewer too! Also they will be lake-front sites! Park is beautiful and lots of boat ramps and areas to keep boats in the water. A beach is on site on the lake and a large marina too! Great place to stay. Our RV is 40' long.

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Great place right off the exit and turn in! Perfect for overnight stops while traveling. Clean sites and all pull thru ones! Only suggestion is to have a coupler and an extra sewer hose, as some are a bit away.

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We stayed one night, campground about 10 miles from I-55. Lots of shaded sites, with some big enough for 40' RVs. Bathrooms were clean and showers hot. Sites were marked well and 10 had 50 amp! Lots of things to do in the area, hiking, fishing, site seeing ! They have 25 first come first served sites also! Great area to relax, very quiet and not any road noise.

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This is a County owned campground! We were traveling so stopped a pull thru site for 1 night only. $25 for a night was fair. Campground was about 4 miles off of I 55. Sites were gravel and some were kind of close to level. 50 amp power, water and sewer hookups. Once we got set up we decided to checkout the bath house. Men's and Women's were both filthy and stunk. All the toilets were full of caked on feces, broken balloons were all over the floors, and it looked as if it hadn't been cleaned in a year!The floors were covered with paper towel pieces, and horribly dirty! First and last time for us, we will never be back because of the condition of the bath houses. Too bad as campground is nice and area seems nice too.

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This is a great place to visit! The sinkhole walk is amazing and very cool. There is a big spring with two pools for swimming. Playground and volleyball area, too. Bathrooms were old but clean. Sites were plain and we had a pull-through site which was pretty level. Lots of shade and plenty of space.