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great pull throughs. good location for visiting Tallahassee. Appears to be well run. Wifi is excellent. Good cable tv.

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Loved this campground as a place to visit the outer banks. It is dry camping, so come prepared. Sand spurs are everywhere...BUT...it is steps from the wild Atlantic and convenient to historical sites both north and south. Pick your site carefully if you have a large unit. Our 33' and jeep just barely fit.

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Loved this park! What a Florida jewel. There are two camping areas: one beach side and one on the intracoastal. The beachside is right on the beach, but the sites are tight. The intracoastal side is new and the sites are very nice. Staff was very helpful and friendly. The beach is very nice and mostly deserted when we were there.

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Nice camp ground. All pull through...lots of space. Great historical site with lots of interesting history. Great bike riding...especially Red Bird trail. Staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful.

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Great place to ride a bike. The beach and pier were nice. Lots of shopping nearby. Lots of trees...be aware of falling limbs in strong winds. Great rangers...I observed a female ranger getting soaked in a downpour while helping a "new to RVing" camper back a TT in. Nature area needs a little updating. We had trouble finding the right road to our site...listen to the directions carefully and be aware there maybe a discrepancy in the road nomenclature.

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The resort is mostly filled with permanents (weekend retreats). 10 to 12 spaces for transient RVs on a grassy ridge. W/S/E. Laundry room machines need repair. Bathhouse very clean. Nice pool. Staff is exceptionally friendly and accommodating. Convenient to Little Washington.

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Nice facility. Adequate spacing. E/W only. Dump station is convenient. Good location to visit Lex and UK. Campground is part of larger park; however, entrance to the rest of the park is separate (fee). Nice grounds. Good for bike riding. The park was full when we were there but it didn't feel crowded. Dump station was convenient and fully equipped. Hosts were friendly and helpful. Not much parking at the check in station; be careful not to get blocked in.

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Very convenient for an overnight off of I75. Sites are older but electric has been upgraded. Hosts were very helpful and friendly. Gate is locked after hours with no admission...get home after curfew and you are walking! Some roads and sites were a little tight for our 33ft. Great value with the Access pass. For longer stays we prefer McKinney, which is nearby and is much more peaceful.

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Lovely setting. Lots of space. Long, winding narrow road from interstate to park. The site we picked was impossible to back into without going the wrong way on a one-way road. Attendant wasn't on site when we pulled in but stopped by later.

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Great campground to use as a base for visiting the historic triangle. Exceptionally clean laundry room at the office building. Some of the sites are exceptionally unlevel. When reserving, ask for details on the site you are assigned. Our original site was described as "steep" and would not have worked for us. Lots of trees...be aware of falling limbs in strong winds. Great bike riding park.

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Nice, cost effective place to use as a base for visiting DC. A metro stop is fairly close that will take you into the heart of DC. Our site was a pull through, dirt, moderately unlevel. Lots of trees so that you don't feel close to your neighbor. Electric only. Water is a bit of a problem and only available at the check in office where maneuvering is tight for rigs over 32. Careful with GPS. My Garmin would have had me go 2 miles past the entrance. Google Maps was dead on. Fortunately it is well marked...so follow the signs. The entrance/store/check in is not well designed. Very tight for rigs over 32, especially if towing. Water is available only at the check in, making a traffic mess.

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Older state park, in need of updating. Only a few sites are adequate for size 32 and larger, and those tend to be closer together...the ones near the bathhouse are very close together. Electric only. Water near the dump station, but placed in an awkward place. Also water near the bathhouse...if you have enough hose! We used the camp as a cost effective way of visiting Gettysburg NMP. The camp host was exceptionally outgoing and represented the park well.

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If you need to be in the Owensboro, this is the only game in town. There is one other RV park, but you don't want to stay there. Lots of activity going on here and plenty to keep you busy. Downside: long drive from town on rural roads with no shoulder and aging infrastructure at the park. No sign of capital improvements...pads are broken and electrical equipment is showing age. Management is friendly, flexible and responsive. Most of the sites are permanently occupied as weekend get always. Some full timers. Ask the park for directions, my GPS always gives incorrect data to this location. Be careful driving in, narrow, twisting rural roads with no shoulders and blind hills. All in all a good place if you need to be in the Owensboro area.

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This is mostly an overnight park off of I75. The rate was substantially lower in the past and then it was an ok place for overnight. Now that they have raised the rate we will likely reconsider our options. There are two sections. The front has trees and cable; the back is open, no cable and gets soggy if there has been a rain. Within walking distance of a couple of good restaurants. No amenities. Good price on gas; propane is available.

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Great park to visit Natchez. Clean, lots of space.