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Over all we consider Woods-N-Waters a middle of the road campground. Roads are gravel and several tight turns were needed to get to our site. Our pull-thru site was gravel and fairly level. No sewers are available for pull-thrus. We were not able to connect to the WiFi. We noticed a low rumble and felt a vibration on many surfaces both inside and outside our coach which we assume was coming from the nearby factory. The county road leading to the campground is narrow and had a sign that says "No Semis". On the way out we passing another RV going in the opposite direction and it was a very tight fit to stay on the road and not hit mirrors.

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Close to I75, good county roads leading to campground. We had a pull-thru site with shared hookups that worked well. We arrived late in the afternoon and there were not many sites big enough for our motorhome and toad as the park was pretty full. We could not extend one of our slides as the power pedestal was in the way. The site was not real level and we had to watch the tree next to the site. Service was friendly and helpful. Would stay again but will check the sites first. We travel in a motorhome.

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Average KOA campground. Friendly service and good hookups. Did not use WiFi. We had a gravel pull-thru site that was somewhat level. The only concern is the county road leading to the campground, I would not want to meet another RV going the opposite direction as the road is narrow with no shoulder and trees right next to the pavement. We would stay again when in the area. We travel in a motorhome.

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Very nice RV park easy on and off I75. Excellent cable TV with lots of channels, good water pressure and 50 amp service, we had a pull-thru site that was packed gravel and fairly level. The friendly manager will meet you at the entrance and direct you to the site. This is a fairly new small RV park and once the word gets out it likely will fill quickly during peak travel periods. We will stop here again when traveling on I75.

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During the "snowbird" season rentals can be difficult to get for more then a short stay. Sites are large with plenty of room between sites and backing-in a large coach is not a problem in most areas. Full hook-ups, paved sites and roads. There's lots to do and shopping is close by. There is an on-site RV repair facility if you are having issues. The rates were for a monthly stay.

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Stayed on a Premium site. Our site had the hookups at the front of the site and luckily we have an extension for our power cord as our 35' coach cord could not reach. The water and cable connections also required an extension. We noticed this is not the case at all the sites however, we did not have a choice of the site we were given. Large coaches may have trouble backing in. A place to unhook a toad is limited. Over all, we'll be back. Once on site one does not need a car as shuttles are excellent for getting around all of Disney World.

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Site was paved, just wide enough to get motorhome on to and not level, had to use jacks to lift front of MH. WiFi was very good. Water pressure seemed moderate. Grounds staff was very helpful. Park is older and really set up for a time when RV were smaller. Lots of trees and we had to watch when opening slides. For a one night stop this is a great location along I75.

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Stayed one night. Easy off and on I75. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. Site was gravel, level and just long enough to get RV and vehicle on to. When busy things could get tight. Water pressure was good. WiFi didn't work for us. Entrance is wide and an easy place to unhook a tow. Note, the park is in Georgia but the road to it starts in TN. We camped in a motorhome.

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Stayed here for one night. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. The roads are a mix of dirt and clay which when wet tracks on the vehicles and into RV's. Site was level and gravel based and was not wet. Water pressure was high, used a pressure reducer. High pressure is good. Roger's Cap Rd. is narrow and hilly, meeting others going the opposite direction makes thing interesting. Camped in a Motorhome. Would return if in the area.

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This is our 2nd time at HHIMCR. We really like the area, lots to do and see. This is a member owned resort and it's very expensive to rent a site, the highest we've ever run into. There are lots of trees for shade. WiFi and cable are excellent. Lots of friendly owners. On the up side HHIMCR is located in the middle of everything. Publix, Walgreens & a hardware store are very close, plus lots else. Noise levels are very low given the location. The ocean is about 1.5 miles away. Great bike paths everywhere. The lots vary in size and shape. All are paved, water and electric connections work well. The roads are some what narrow and winding. On the down side stuff falls on the coach all the time. The pads are often covered with leaves, sticks, pine cones and so on. The resort works at keeping things cleaned up but the rain makes that difficult. Roads are often covered with tree "stuff" which will track into the coach if not careful. In the spring tree pollen is a real issue. Everything turns yellow. Rain keeps it down somewhat but it is sticky and does not wipe off well. We will return but not often as we would like because the cost is very high. This is a high maintenance resort so the rental costs are high. The rate reflects a monthly rate.

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This resort is in tradition to become a member owned facility. Sites are available for rent but if the site you rented gets sold you'll have to move. I met some long term renters who were several hundred miles away for a few days and had to return an move within 24 hours or else. We met several RVers who will not return. The resort is not far from Disney. Lots are generally wide and paved and easy to access. Roads are good and the place is fully gated. They claim WiFi is available but in the month we stayed there we could never hook up to it. TV is provided through a decoder box that is obtained from to office for a $50 cash only fee which is returned when the box is returned. The resort is a nice facility but just seems cold and not real inviting however, we did meet some nice people. We might stay there again if nothing else is available in the area. Rate quoted is a monthly rate.

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Over all a very nice RV Resort. The WiFi was one of the best we've used in any RV resort, connections were strong and fast. Nice location across the road from the beach, may be 250 yards away. Paved roads and sites. However, travel within the resort is tight. We had to work at getting our 40' coach on to the site. No real problem just had to go slow and watch all sides. Longer coaches can get in but with even more care. Some of the sites are level but most will need the use of leveling blocks. Propane is not available at this resort. Friendly helpful staff. Some RV supplies are available in the office. Cable is limited but quality is good. Most tourist type sites will require travel. Carrabelle has an IGA and Ace hardware. We will return again as we only had time for a 10 day stay and need more time to fully investigate the area. Picnic tables are wood and showing there age.

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Over all the connections; water, electric, and sewer were good. Note: the water pressure is high and needs to be reduced with a pressure regulator. Office warns of this. Sites are gravel and level. The parks location is not in the best neighborhood. Care needs to be taken if walking, after dark, to a nearby restaurant. The parks offer propane sales but the connection from the propane tank would not connect to our coaches propane port. We've had no trouble with this at other places. Would stay here again with caution.

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Very nice new RV resort. Large level paved pads, good water pressure and sewer hookups. Fire rings and picnic tables are provided at each site. Wi-Fi worked well for the first part of our stay and then locked up. Access is by wide gravel roads that are well maintained. The resort is still in the construction stage, 50 or so sites are fully operational. About 100 more sites are planned as is a club house and swimming pool. There is a nice shower building with laundry facility. Lots to do in the Frankfort, Beulah, Benzonia area. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a short drive as are several good bike trails.

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Very nice RV Resort. Great family park. Lots for kids to do. Good everything - pool, playground, utilities, paved roads and sites. In some parts of the resort trees were planted close to the road and now have grown to the point that backing into a site can be a challenge. A few pull-through sites are newly available. The Good Sam discount is now gone, as is daily garbage pick-up. Sites are not overly big so parking at the site can be an issue for bigger RVs. Some campers park in the lot near the Welcome Center and walk to their site. Lots of modified golf carts that travel at speeds well over the posted limits so kids and at times adults need to be careful. We have stayed here several times in the past and will return.