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This is the friendliest park we've ever stayed at. The office staff was friendly when we checked in, the outside guys were friendly when they hooked us up (a first for us), and the staff even presented our rally group with a nice, big cake. Unheard of ! The setup is weird, but it somehow works. Our rally group was parked end to end with just enough space in between to wrangle our towed in and out for our daily adventures. The only disadvantage is that your rig ain't going anywhere until the rig in front of you pulls out, but since we were a group, we have no problems with this. There are a bunch of animals in the park from horses to macaws and even an emu. The macaws were loud and rowdy, but calmed down after dark. We'd love to go back here again. Great campground --- but they don't accept credits, so be aware to bring your checkbook or sufficient cash.

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Too many ATV riders and too many folks who refuse to abide by park rules. Most of the ATV riders watched their speed while in the park but some drove way too fast. Others had radios/music players that were way too loud. There were several non-ATV campers who let their dogs run loose, which is c9ncern for those of us with small dogs...which we keep leashed as we're supposed to. The 50 A campsites range from somewhat unlevel to impossibly uneven. The 30 A sites are somewhat better . Since the weather was cool during our stay we were able to get by with less current but in hot weather this would have been a real problem. The clubhouse is very roomy and recently renovated.

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This is an older park with a lot of perms and long-term residents. The road are quite narrow and tree-lined, so we had to be very careful in piloting our 37-foot RV plus tow around the loop to get to our site. The site seems to be a mix of gravel, sand, and grass. It was level enough that we didn't need to lower our jacks to level. Electric power was good, but their hand-out sheet asks guests to turn off AC when not in our units. On 90 degree plus days, that would make it nearly impossible to cool our unit down to a livable temperature. There is no cable TV. I noticed a lot of permanent satellite dishes around the park but we given no info on how to use them or even if we COULD use them. The WIFI was very good---after I hooked up my booster. Before that, not so much. The price seems a bit high considering there is nothing to do here.

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No cable, but OTA channels were OK for an overnight stay. Couldn't access the WI-FI but we have our own Mobile Hotspot so no problem. The sites are all on grass. Ours was level enough that we didn't have to use our levelers for an overnight stay. 50 A. power worked fine and sewer was available but we didn't need to dump. Office was very polite and helpful.

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The staff here is always very friendly and helpful. Out pull-thru site (full hook-ups) was almost perfectly level so we didn't bother leveling for a one-night stay (although we stayed a second night because of the hurricane). A free waffle breakfast is offered every day but Thursday, when a free dinner of hot dogs,beans, etc is offered. Cable TV was fine as was the WI-FI. I-95 is very close but we just ran our floor fan at night to cover outside noise.

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This has been our most pleasant stay at this campground. We used to have to buy $1 tokens to get back into he campground after the office closed. Now you can get an electronic pass with just a refundable $25 deposit. Big improvement ! I also have seen improvement in the friendliness of the office staff. They are much more pleasant than they used to be. I guess all those negative comments were finally listened to. As noticed in previous reviews, there is no on-site sewer, but they do come and pump out your tanks on Mondays and Fridays. This is the first time we have camped here in a bigger Class A, and we could only run one AC at a time because they only have 30 Amp. Wiring at least some sites with 50A would be a really nice thing for those of us with bigger rigs. It didn't help that we stayed here during record-breaking heat ! DRFCG is really two different campgrounds. From Sunday night until Friday afternoon, it is pretty quiet here with a lot of empty site. The weekends are rowdy, with a lot of tent campers, but security is pretty much on the ball and quiets down those who get too rowdy. WI-FI is pretty much restricted to the public buildings at the top of the hill. Our first two weeks here I was able to access it fairly well with my WI-FI booster, but then the signal strength seemed to fade. Cable (via DISH Network) TV is very limited, less than 20 channels with only SD and kind of weird oversized picture. All in all, this campground has the best rates in this area ($700 per month), and we will, no doubt, be back next summer for a month or so.

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Our site was not even close to level. Tried to use our levelers but had to settle for spending the night listing to port. WI FI was pretty good but no cable TV and only a few OTA channels were stable enough to watch. After dinner we thought we'd like to play some mini golf. I found out that it would cost us $6. After paying $45 for an uneven campsite with no cable TV I really do think charging for mini golf is over the top.

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We only stayed overnight on our way back home to Florida. The lady at the desk (owner,manager) is a bit on the curt side, but not outright rude. The roads are somewhat narrow, and so are the sites, but we had no problem navigating our 31 foot Class A plus Jeep Liberty tow in and out without unhooking. There are a lot of long-term campers here who apparently have rightly figured out that $450 a month is way cheaper than renting an apartment or house. Everyone was reasonably quiet, and that's all we ask. There is supposedly a dog run and a bathhouse, but we never found either. Full hook-ups at a reasonable price. I would stay here again.

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This park doesn't make a great first impression, but it has its charms. Our site, located in the row for daily and weekly campers, was fairly level and had a nice little green grassy area, concrete patio, and aluminum picnic table. There were also full hookups. We were escorted to our site, something that all parks SHOULD do but too many don't. OTA TV reception was good, but we decided to borrow a converter which provided many more channels as opposed to the OTA 12 or so. There is a $50 deposit on the converter, which is refunded when you return the unit to the office. The bad news: all cable stations are SD because of the convertor. I found it difficult to find areas where I could walk our dogs. Our grassy area was small and there are few other places that are not being used as campsites. Good news. Very few kids. Most of the sites are occupied by perms of long-term residents, but they were quiet and polite. As are most people in Augusta, the manager and owner were friendly and helpful. We had to check out a few days early because of a medical issue, and they gave us a very generous refund. It seems to me that this park is a work in progress, and it will continue to improve. We will be back .

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This is a nice park way back in the woods. When we checked in at the gate, they told us to just "find a campsite with no tag on it." Unfortunately, EVERY campsite had a tag. We were about to give up when one of the campers told us the folks whose tag was still there had left. They just couldn't be bothered to take down their tag. The park staff needs to keep an eye on this. Being a state park, it had no sewer or cable. OTA reception was fine, so no problem there. No Wi-Fi either, so we just used our hotspot. There were a LOT of tent campers, but quiet hours were observed. We would probably camp here again.

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What a total zoo! We had the misfortune of staying here during a concert weekend, and the park was quite crowded. The girl at the reception desk gave us terrible directions to our site and we ended up at the dead end maintenance building. A nice young security worker was nice enough to escort us to our site, which was surprisingly small for a pull-through. While other RVs were escorted from the office to their site, we were not. Not sure why not. There were kids and dogs everywhere, but by 10 PM the park was quiet. TV cable was OK. Wi-FI was TengoInternet, so we knew it would be terrible. The roads into the campsite area are very narrow, and too many trucks were parked right out in the road where they did not belong, so navigating our Class A and tow was challenging. For $60 plus per night, it it not a place we ever plan on re-visiting. The "Sweetest Town on Earth" left a bad taste in our mouths.

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The was our second stay at Streamside. The new owner is very friendly and tries hard to make your stay enjoyable. One of the big problems last year was the WiFi, which was seldom accessible. That has been fixed and WiFi is very good now, day or night. There is still no cable TV and OTA stations are sometimes OK but often reception is poor to none. It would be nice if they could offer cable or satellite. There are no showers, but the laundry is very convenient. The golf course the encircles that campsites has been expanded to 12-holes from the original nine, and is in pretty good shape. There are a lot of perms in the park, but all are well-kept. When we were there, we had a lot of rain and tons of mosquitoes, but a little Deep Woods Off takes care of that.

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This has to be the friendliest park we have ever stayed in. The owners work very hard to make everyone feel wanted. Our impression was that most of the folks camping there were mostly long term, but everyone was friendly. The rate (Passport America) was very reasonable. The only drawback is that there are no sewers. Since we stayed at Site #1, which is right across from the dump station, we just ran our macerator hose across the street when our tanks got full. They will pump out your tanks every two weeks, but I am not sure who can go that long. The showers and bathrooms were right across the street. They were small but clean. The official quiet hours are 10 PM to 8 AM, but people started stirring and making noise around 7 AM or earlier most days, and I heard car door slamming around 6:30AM once or twice. The campsites pretty much all surround the frog pond, which is nice to look at but those frogs are sure noisy at night. We just let a floor fan run all night to mask the outside sounds. We will definitely be back.

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This is our third stay here. Being in the Northeast, rates are high. For ten days, it cost us over $440. The park has a lot of old growth trees, which make it very pleasant. We always reserve the corner space, which is quite roomy. There are no sewers, but they will pump you out twice a week which works fine. The office staff is not particularly friendly, which is something they need to work on. Grounds staff is much nicer. When the office is closed (5 PM on weekdays), you have to have a token to raise the gate to enter the park. These tokens have to be purchased at the office for $1 each. With the rates they charge, they could well afford to simply GIVE you a token for each day you book. A bigger problem is when you have visitors, they will be charged $8 EACH to enter the park. This is supposedly a fee to cover "use of facilities." The only real facilities are the swimming pool (which is quite nice) and the worn out, filthy, rotting miniature golf course (which costs an ADDITIONAL $1 each to use). However, since the campground is so close to our daughter and grandkids, it's just too handy a location to pass up.

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Talk about camping in the wild! This park is literally in the middle of nowhere. No Wi-Fi, no cable, no water, no sewer...just electricity. Still it was a pleasant change of pace and very quiet.