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Long level, spacious grass and gravel sites, 30 amp worked great, fire pit and picnic table at each site, our WiFi hot spot worked OK but the parks WiFi was slow. Verizon worked great. We enjoyed walking down to "beach" but it is mostly rock, not sand. It's in the bay of Fundy so you do see the rise and fall of the water. There is enough to do for several days and rental DVD's at the office for a small fee when you want to watch a movie. They have a putting green, Rec Room, laundry facility that were clean but we didn't visit the restrooms. They also had events but we missed them. A large amount of seasonals but a good amount of daily and weekly along with tent camping. We enjoyed our stay and the staff is very friendly and helpful.

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A seasonal campground with daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates. Dirt roads are a little rough in spots so go slow. Some gravel sites, most are fairly level, 50 amp for larger rigs. The family is in the process of revamping the entire camp so it is in transition but still a great place for kids to ride bikes and swim/kayak/tube along the river. The sites along the river only fit tents, the upper section could fit some bigger rigs and a few on the lower area could fit up to a 45 foot. They have sewer tanks that they pump out and a dump site by the entrance. It is a family run campground, friendly and vintage but clean. They have horse shoe pits, tether ball, a small rec center with a pool table, grocery stores and restaurants are a short drive. We stayed for over a month and enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.

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We had a great view of the river. Our site was level, 50 amp worked well, it was an end site so lots of room but the sites were all fairly roomy. Easy access to all the entertainment and Elvis sites in TN. It was mostly quiet but we did hear tug boats occasionally during the day. The processing plants in the area were smelly when the wind blew our way. Looks like it floods but we were well above the river. Easy access to groceries and the freeway. A bit overpriced so we probably won't stay again.

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Two 50 amps, one gravel, one paved. We got the paved. Pulled in and chatted with Curtis, friendly helpful staff. Had to park our car behind us on the far side of the road but it is nice weather so we didn't mind. We could reach out and touch the neighbors that pulled in a short while later but we have privacy shades so no problem. Not a destination park but Passport America price was reasonable for our two night stay, the park and restrooms are old but clean and the permanent residents keep their areas neat. We would stay again.

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This is an overflow for Tiffin repair parking. It is not owned by Tiffin, that's why you get a discount if you pay by the week. Each week, pay for five and you get seven days. For a full 50 amp hook-up and the ability to use the laundry facilities, restrooms and showers at Tiffin, it's a great deal. It's less dusty, less noise, just as safe and closer to town. If you go out the back way, you eliminate the traffic problems getting to and from Tiffin repair bays. No amenities other than full hook-ups on site but we don't use any at Tiffin anyway. Park in the back and you don't hear the road noise either.

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This was our second stay. Our first time the park was under different owners and managers, we only stayed a few days but we enjoyed the quiet with only a few neighbors in the back area. Loved the friendly helpful manager. 3 years ago the roads were in fair condition. We were here for a month this stay, the monthly price excludes electric and has gone up along with the amount of people living full time in need-of-repair trailers, no free WiFi, no social gatherings, not much for kids except catch and release fishing and room to run. The roads are full of holes, filled up with gravel only after the rains have stopped for two days, per the management. Staff is friendly, sites are OK but we did sink and had to readjust several times in our second site. We moved from our first site in the front section because we had no room to park our car and the trimmed branches still blew against our roof. All sites are gravel and mostly level and hook-ups work fine. Maintenance is poor, next to our parking spot had huge ruts the entire month from the previous people and I asked several times for it to be repaired. We left with the muddy ruts still across the grass. The roads are dark and only a few lamp posts work. We didn't bother visiting the bath house located in a park model trailer or either of the small laundry rooms but I did see people using them. It's fine for an overnight or two because it is convenient to The Woodlands and the freeway. I would have thought, for the price increase, that it would have included free WiFi and working lamp posts but our hot spot worked well and the wood ducks and water foul by the ponds were peaceful to watch.

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This is not really a park, It is an open field of hard packed grass with full hook-ups and a picnic table at each site with a fence around the open field. We stayed overnight and would probably not have stayed if I had seen the place before hubby made reservations. You drive in on a dirt and gravel road behind the Marathon gas station and you pay at the gas station. The 50 amp full hook-ups worked fine, our hot spot worked great as did our cell phone reception. Our one and only close neighbor was friendly and the lady that checked us in was pleasant. I looked in at the open air partially covered washers and dryers and they were serviceable. I didn't open the doors to the restrooms to look inside. There are several full time residents under the trees in the back area. No frills but everything worked and It is convenient to the freeway. OK for an overnight.

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We stayed in the handicap site, #66, across from the restroom in the new area. Our site was level, many were not. Some were under trees, some out in the open. We loved our beautiful wide, long, level cement pad near the water. There were dozens of big rigs around this huge Broward County Park and we enjoyed the three nights we stayed. So much to do! The staff was friendly and so were our neighbors. There is a large school with a well lit field across the huge lake that may bring some noise during games but I am a lite sleeper and slept just fine all three nights. It is a huge park, lots of boaters (no swimming) walkers, tennis, racket ball and bike riders. The restrooms were spotless but newer than the rest in the park and I didn't check the old restrooms out. It is a bit more than we normally pay per night but it is a great park and near everything...groceries, shopping, dining, theaters. We would stay again if in the area.

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We enjoyed our two stays at this resort although we did have a few problems, none that were bad enough to cross this clean friendly park off our list. It is big rig friendly except after a downpour when the trees sag a bit. With careful inspection of your route in and out, it is possible to keep from scratching the sides and top. Hubby wasn't paying attention and on our way out the second stay, he scraped one of our sides. They could do a better job of trimming. When we arrived the first time, our site was occupied but another was available so we parked at an open space and stayed the night. Next morning we adjusted the paperwork. Not a problem. Some of their long term people do not pay attention to the directional arrows but they will go around if you stop. Our site was level, long enough for our 65 feet, cement, all hook-ups worked, the area was clean, well lit and well manicured, the neighbors were friendly, our hot spot worked fine. Both of our stays were only overnights going to and from Walt Disney World but I wouldn't mind being here for a few weeks next time through.

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Loved this RV Resort. We stumbled upon it while looking for a place to leave our RV while renting a villa at Windsor Hills Vacation rentals as we live in it full time. Some shaded sites, lots of open sites, narrow but long sites, lots of long term people, many nicely cared for pre-fab small homes, area was neat and clean, prices were reasonable, it was quiet, our site was level, our hot spot WiFi worked great, full hook-ups all worked, our first site was cement but our second was gravel. People were friendly, the staff was friendly, the facilities are clean, lots to do and many activities if you are so inclined. My only complaint was the careless golf cart driving of their guests. While in our towed, I almost got run off the road twice by elder patrons driving the wrong way, completely ignoring the large arrow directional signs and speeding by me to cut in front of me and turn. Other than that, we both enjoyed our stay.

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This is an older park, clean and neat but lots of potholes in the roads, some fixed, some not. Friendly staff. The park has a play area for kids, dog play area, catch and release fishing in the pond and a large function room. Nothing much going on in the winter months. It has a covered indoor pool open seasonally but nothing stating what season. Level cement pads with adequate space in-between, picnic tables and the 50 amp works well. WiFi is slow. We are staying for a month so we are in the back section. It is very quiet but very dark with minimal lighting in the back section. Easy access directly off 105. We would stay again.

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We have been overnight here a few times and it was OK. We ask for a quiet area and got one every time but this last time. The main building has been freshly painted but it is still an older park and some resident owners take care of their places better than others. They have shaded sites and full or partial sun but all sites, except for two or three, are gravel and it gets dusty when the wind is blowing hard. For members, they are very reasonable for daily, weekly and monthly. We are members and like that they have events, social activities, laundry facilities and a weigh station but not much for children. This last visit we were planning to volunteer at the Care Center but too many responsibilities changed from the original job description and the site was so close to the main road that we didn't sleep from the all night 18 wheelers passing by. We left to stay at another quiet park.

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We only stayed here on a weekend once, then decided weekdays, at one third the price, was a better time to stay. Level sites, clean facilities, cement pads, easy maneuvering into the pull through sites, reasonable weekday prices, friendly staff, they are an older place with lots of prefab cabins to rent but the sites are spacious and it is very quiet on the weekdays. Laundry facilities on site, playground and pool also on site. They have a motor coach that will pick you up at your site for gambling but the casino here is smoking so we don't go. Have stayed here the last three years for five days at a time and are happy with our stays.

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Level pull through site, crush rock roads and sites, WiFi was not working while we stayed, friendly staff, some activities, dog area, quiet at night, some noise from trucks and airplanes during the day and very dusty if windy. They have a bar and bar food, reasonable transportation into New Orleans. Not sure about anything else. They are in the industrial area but completely fenced. No worse area than the high priced parks in the questionable part of town. Not a resort but a decent reasonable place to stay to visit New Orleans.

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A few pot holes at the entrance but nice level gravel roads inside. Cement pad, grass in between, picnic table by each site. Easy maneuverability, everything looks very clean and well cared for, individual bathrooms with a shower and sink, friendly office, nice and clean small dog park, close to shopping. Great stay. Would stay again but will ask for a site further away from the road.