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This is a Sun Resort property and you would think that they knew how to add additional sites to a park. Apparently the people responsible for the site development either never have stayed in a park or did not visit this park before doing the site plan. They have added 30 or 40 sites. Gravel sites with concrete patio and place for tow vehicles. The problem is with the grade. They could have removed another two feet of dirt and still had decent drainage. They did not so almost all class A coaches are on a grade that forces the front wheels off the ground. Since that can led to damage including a cracked windshield I would make sure I did not stay in the sites, The rest of the park has tight sites and only a very few of the pull thru's would allow you to leave you tow hooked up. Additionally this is another park mostly with fifth wheels and the trucks are in the street and it make for difficult getting a large coach in and out of the site.

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Over the last four years I have stayed at between 35 and 40 KOA's, usually for the ease of location. Some Good, Some Bad, most just Average and then on occasion I find a very good one. Fredricksburg is one of them. The staff here is the best I have ever had at a KOA. The park is very clean. The road and site are rock but they have been are very good. The sites are a little tight and you take your time on a couple of turns but I have a 40 foot and I tow and have no problem. The large KOA sign was knocked down in a wind storm and they are in process of replacing so I suggest you call first as my GPS did not take their address and I had to find a place to turn around. I go through this town and will now make this my place. It is about six miles out of town so you need a car or there is good cab service.

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Great park! Staff is excellent. Grounds are well maintained. Paved streets and sites, most with tables, covered patios, etc. Gated entrance. Activities during the week. A couple of dog parks. No playground or tennis court. Stayed in site 240 facing the lake and was next to a small parking lot for the large pool and clubhouse. Very quiet at night. About a 10 min or less drive to the beach, grocery, Walmart and other stores. Lots of restaurants and fast food close by. Excellent Cable with over 50 channels including 3 HBO.

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Out of about 25 KOA's we have stayed in during the last 5 years, this ranks near the bottom. Roads, while paved, are very narrow. Tight turns for big rigs towing. Some extra gravel on the sites would help. Playground has old, tired and broken equipment. A couple of items looked very dangerous. The small lake looked like a cesspool. The bounce was so dirty and looked like it had not been cleaned for years. The pool was good size and looked good. Lots of bugs, bring repellent. Will never be back.

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Great family park with lots of things to do. Playground, large pool, tennis courts, basketball hoops, marina with boat launch, very good store and plenty of spots to put your trailers. This was so close to be rated excellent. But when the "face" of your resort, the person who works the front office, is unfriendly and close to rude, it places a bad image of the stay. This happened to me three times. The blonde lady, probably in her 40's, needs to be retrained or let go. Would still go back but they need to fix her.

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This is a very old park. At least two thirds of the park are full time residents and many have very run down units. The cable and wifi worked well. Unless you get a site in the "A" row I would not stay. In the back of the park is another section for short term stays called the B row. If you have a large motorhome or 5th wheel it is difficult to get in and out. Main road is paved and sites are gravel.

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There are new owners to this park and they are doing a great job. First KOA in a long time that I have seen them adding gravel. Sites are close. The main drive is a large circle and it is paved. Perfect for kids on their bikes. There is a large clean playground for the kids. INDOOR SWIMMING POOL which was great on the rain day. Nicely stocked small store and there is a large grocery ten miles away. North entrance to Yellowstone about forty minutes. Park sits on the Yellowstone River. Two cautions; follow the KOA directions as my GPS took me a difficult way. Second, if you are over 40 feet it is a tight squeeze. We were in a 40 and took it slow and made it. Some kids had filled up the dump station with rocks so they were using open pull throughs till it was fixed. The way they are updating this should not take long. All the staff was great. Did not go over for breakfast but heard it was super.

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Let's start with the good. The staff is friendly and the park is close to the Interstate. And the bad, the park is within 50 feet of the Interstate exit. Combine the regular noise on the Interstate with the noise on the exit good luck getting a decent nights sleep. The exit is grooved to remind people to slow down so it is very noisy. Maybe if you were in the row farthest from the road it would be better. The WIFI is typical KOA, BAD. The cable TV is full of snow. Sites are close together.

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Let's start with the good. The staff is friendly and the park is close to the Interstate. And the bad, the park is within 50 feet of the Interstate exit. Combine the regular noise on the Interstate with the noise on the exit good luck getting a decent nights sleep. The exit is grooved to remind people to slow down so it is very noisy. Maybe if you were in the row farthest from the road it would be better. The WIFI is typical KOA, BAD. The cable TV is full of snow. Sites are close together.

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Roads and sites are gravel and very narrow. The free Wi-Fi could not be used as my computer flashed a warning about the security of their system. Probably they have no security or the cheapest available. TV channels limited for reception. Easy off the interstate but would not stay again.

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This is a mixed review. The staff here is great. The streets and sites are paved BUT the streets are some of the narrowest I have seen. To compound that the park does not enforce trucks in front of the big fifth wheels being in the road. Also, there is only supposed to be a max 6 people per night, which is not enforced. Wi-Fi is spotty and cable has limited channels. If you are in a forty foot motorhome or larger you must be put in the section next to the main section. Those sites are angled and it will allow you better in and out. With a pickup in the site behind us it took a very long time for us to wiggle out. The pool is decent size and the beach is right across the road. There had been a lot of rain the water in the Gulf was brownish. While this is only 60 miles from Tallahassee plan on an hour and a half. The shopping is a small IGA and a Dollar General. This is really a park for families with young children so for that reason along with the problems of the roads we will not be back.

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Large parking lot of crushed shells. Forget your GPS as it did not work on either RV or Tow. Good WiFi and Cable. Very small beach area, there picture does not really show it. There are other things like a Tiki bar and small marina. We will pay a little more to get a better place. If you are 40 feet or over you may be sticking out into the street.

     

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Miami Everglades Resort

Miami, Florida

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Park is in the middle of nowhere, at least 15 minutes on country roads to anything. Sites are grass and ours was not level and became a lake during the rain. Lots of biting bugs. Office staff not friendly. Weird layout with 8 roads into the sites and one to exit, all one lane. There is a large play ground that includes a tennis court but it is not fenced so never saw anyone playing.

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Sites and roads are crushed shells. When it rains (and it rains a lot in Florida) it is a mess. Good luck keeping the inside of your RV clean. Lots of bugs including the "no seeums" so spray yourself every time you are outside. Not close to any beach. WiFi does not work. There are very good parks on the Fort Myers side of the bridge which is close to Fort Myers beaches. Suggest you stay in Fort Myers and pay the toll to go over to Sanibel. Traffic is horrible. There are concrete pads but instead of digging out the area underneath they put them above ground level and the steps on my RV would not go out. Had to have my entrance in the shells and track all the dirt in.

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This park is about 8 miles off I-65 but is an easy drive on 4 lane roads. The staff is great. The entry roads are paved and the rest are hard pack gravel. The sites are wide and again packed gravel. We "upgraded" to the long and wide pull-through site, only $31. Wi-Fi and cable good. Extra large patio.