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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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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.

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This was our second visit. The first was two years ago when the new owners took over. They are doing an excellent job getting this into great shape. The Wifi actually works compared to other parks. The 12 cable channels were very clear. This is a great overnight with easy Interstate access. Very close to Pilot Truck Stop. There is some train noise but this is true of all parks in the area. What is also fantastic is that their pull through sites are really that. So many pull through sites make you unhook if you are in a motor hone. Not here. And if you don't want to unhook and still go out for dinner, the owners will take you and pick you up. All this for $31 on Good Sam.

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The good aspects of this park: Lowest rate in New Orleans, good staff, good cable, 15 min to airport or French Quarter. The not good is: at least two very, very loud trains in the middle of the night, poor wifi, sites close. If you have a large fifth wheel or large motor home do not book on line. This is a small park with basically two roads. The entrance road has plenty of room for RV's and tows, the other street does not. If you are on the other street forget getting out early in the morning as both sides of the street is filled with large pick ups and you will not be able to get out. We will not be back.

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This is not a park for large motorhomes. The road in is a one vehicle wide lane. The interior roads are one lane and there are trees to maneuver around. The sites are dirt. It rained when we were there. There was a lake around the front of our motorhome. You are in a forest. Lots of bugs.

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The park itself is average. They try hard to entertain the kids. The staff is very good. We had no trouble with the WiFi. But as other reviews have stated the road there off the interstate is about eight miles and most of it is not good. But if you take it around 30 to 35 mph and watch the road it is OK. Our car GPS took us another way which was just as bad.

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This is a good park for fishing and boating. Sites were level. Wifi average to poor. Cable fair. Watertown shopping 25 min away. On the first morning we were engulfed by thousands of may flies. When I asked about them I was given a sheet that also included the Canadian geese info and advised against walking on the grass to avoid their dropping. Also advised about the smell from the lake. WE did not have the smell but lots of bugs and geese.

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You are way out of town. If you do not have satellite the TV is terrible as there is no cable. WiFi was actually good. Grass and gravel roads and sites.

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If I could give this a negative number I would. The park has dirt roads with some gravel at the sites. When it rains it is a sea of mud. There is no way to keep your rig clean. Wifi worked half the time and with no cable the TV was extremely poor. There is miniature golf course for the kids. However half of the holes have plywood instead of Astro turf and the ones with Astro turf are bad. Big rigs beware. It took us almost a half an hour to get into our site due to all the trees. The office staff is not friendly. If you have a reservation here, try to cancel.

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This is a new ownership park that also rents sites. The staff here is very good. There is a large pool, tennis court, pickleball courts, and shuffleboard. There is also a lake with paddle boats. Park is located about two miles off Interstate 75 and you should follow the directions on their web site as your GPS may take you a different route. Roads and streets are concrete and sites are of decent size. Shopping that includes Costco, Publix, and Walmart are within a few miles. The park is very quiet with no train, highway, or airplane noise. We have stayed in this area before and found this listed on another web site and this is now our choice when in this area. We are full timers in a forty foot rig and this is one of a very few excellent ratings I have given.

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This place looks good but what you don't see can be really bad. There is a bar within 70 feet of the RV sites that has bands on Fri, Sat & Sun nights from 9 pm to 1:30 am. Sleep impossible. Also one of the office staff very rude. Told me when I complained about the poor WIFI that it was the customers fault for having to many gadgets. Also when I complained about the music I was told that it was a resort area and I should expect. The sad news was that the office person told me that the owner of the park was part owner of the bar and knew how loud the music is. And, the big deal about the Ramada was worthless. The pool was not heated and right next to the Ramada is a great public beach with ample parking.