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Clean park in pleasant area. Good wifi. We supposedly had cable, but I did not have a male adapter that was apparently needed. Lots of permanent residents, apparently. Owner was helpful, but not here on the weekend. We did not need him, and he was available by phone. No problems, and we would stay here again. (Lot spacing was nearby, and sunny/open. Site surface was sand, and featured a picnic table.)

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We arrived after the office had closed, but they left us a packet of info with a great map of the place, with our spot clearly marked. A very clean park with concrete slabs. No individual sewer, but a central dump site we did not use. We had wifi and cable tv. It rained very hard overnight, but the roads in the park quickly drained. We would definitely return again to this nice place.

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This is a beautiful park, along a river, with lots of palm trees. Most of the trees do not provide much shade for campers (location #1 is best for shade). Lots of lush, green grass. There were few other campers here, and I liked the privacy! I went for long, scenic walks with the dogs, with nobody worrying about if I picked up after my dogs! There is a very clean bath house with clean restrooms. In the same building is a laundry mat. There are lots of through the air TV channels. There is no WiFi (my hotspot works fine), and there are plenty of mosquitoes at night, but a little spray solved that. The management is very friendly, but firm about dogs being on a leash. They are watchful, and noticed that my water hose was leaking. They do a good job of maintaining the grounds. There are lots of picnic tables and a playground for kids. I will definitely return if I get a chance.

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Very nice park and very nice staff. A man escorted us to our site. They even had places to wash our dogs if we wanted to do so. Concrete slabs with plenty of space, with private restroom/shower facilities. I would definitely go there again!

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We arrived after dark shortly before 8 PM, and there were still office staff available. They were friendly. The big problem we had was that the roads through the camp sites were poorly defined, and we had a lot of difficulty finding and getting into our site. I did not see any slabs or gravel. The sites were packed dirt or sand. For awhile, it was a nightmare getting to our site. The next day, the place seemed better with the sun up. It looked to me like a place for kids in the summertime.