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Approx. 30 minute drive to downtown San Antonio. Utilities good and in the right location, but sites really close together. The site next to use was used for car parking, so we didn't have an RV sewer line next to our picnic table. Site was long enough for 36' MH and towed car.

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This is an older park, and the upkeep is not what I expected. The sites were fine, and utilities were good and positioned good. With that said, the people are what makes this park, they were so friendly. Lots of activities if you are so inclined. If you are an escapee, you need to experience this park.

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Large park with lots of permanent campers, but not lots of interaction. New owners, who are making improvements, and are nice people. We were in site 58 (?) up front close to the entrance. Some road noise from route 90, but it was not bad later in the evening. The previous review is correct, route 90 is terrible from New Orleans to New Iberia. Wife used laundry room close to our site, and it was okay, 3 washers 3 dryers and small folding table, but no where to hang clothes. We would stay again at up front sites.

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Sites are paved, plenty long, and hook ups in good location. Lots of marshy land around the park, so it can be damp. We used this location to visit New Orleans, a little far out, but traffic not bad if you wait until after rush hour.

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This is an out of the park, located right across the street from Bay St. Louis. Cost reflects 5 night stay with 3 week days and 2 weekend days. Cost for week days was $25, but weekend was $45 for Friday and Saturday nights. Believe weekend rate is to high for what is offered. That said, the sites are concrete, plenty long, with concrete patio and picnic table and grill, and plenty of room for towed vehicle. Plus the view of the bay is outstanding, and beach is well cared for.

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Big Park, almost 500 sites. Some of the nicest biking/walking trails anywhere. A 5 minute drive to a very nice beach. We did not use shower house, but checked them out, and they were clean and plenty of room. We came south after Christmas with no reservations, and couldn't believe that it was almost full, so call ahead!!

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Just an overnight stay. Easy in and out. Electric and water was good. Approx, 4 - 5 miles off I-95. Lots of permanent campers, but all was quite in the evening.

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Just an overnight stay on way further south. Paid $40.00, with $5 discount for Good Sam. Price too high for what we got. That said, we had a 60 foot site, so we didn't have to unhook Toad. Electric was good, as was water. Campground was only about 1-2 miles of I-77.

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Campground was "OK", but too expensive, for not being on the beach. They did have a shuttle that dropped us off about a block from the beach. Site were a little close.

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Outstanding Campground! Site we had was HUGE, and not close to neighboring sites, felt like we had the campground all to ourselves. Water and electric hookups were good. Had reservation for one night, but liked our site and the campground so much, we stayed two more nights.

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Nice little hidden campground, that could handle our 36' motorhome with tow car. Interior roads and site pads were blacktop. The sites had nice spacing, so you don't feel crowded. The camp hosts were very friendly.

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This campground is a jewel. We stayed in site 8 loop A, in a 36' tucked back in the trees with privacy, and across from restrooms and showers. We chose this campground over the two N.P. campgrounds at Bryce. Campground hosts were friendly and helpful. Roads and RV pads are paved, and the picnic table and fire ring are on a concrete patio. If it had full hookups, it would have been a 10. The RV was shaded from the trees, but the patio got a fair amount of sun.

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Just a one night lay over. Had a long pull thru graveled site that I did not have to unhook "toad". All utilities were good, water pressure was excellent. Good selection of cable channels.

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$15 rate reflects national parks senior pass. Maintenance in the campground is poor. All sites are overgrown with grass/weeds. Understand that campground is ran by concessionaire, which is why it is in such rundown shape. They do have water spigots inside the restrooms, that you can hook your hose to, to fill your water tanks. Good place to stay and see park. They do have some full hook up sites available, but call ahead. Fuel at campground check in is cheapest around. Generator hours are 6am to 10pm.

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Dry/dispersed camping at it's best! The views are excellent! Pick out a spot that has been previously camped at, and enjoy. The site of many old cowboy western films, plus one of my favorites......."Tremors"! To get to Alabama Hills,Take Whitney Portal Road at traffic light in Lone Pine, drive 2.5 miles to Movie Road, turn right, and when you get off of the pavement, start looking for a camping spot. We drove about 1.5 miles on Movie road, turned left at the "Y" for our camping spot. Movie road and some of side roads are dusty and bumpy, so use caution.