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This was a great place to stop for 1 night! Easy on/off Hwy 40. However, right next to the highway, so noisy, but we didn't mind because our A/C covered up most of the noise. Didn't bother us in the trailer. Swimming pool looked clean and well kept. Site was gravel, but fairly level, clean, well kept and spacious. Easy gravel roads to navigate. Trail to lake is short, but it was a nice walk after being in the vehicle traveling all day. WiFi worked well! They said it was new. No cable, but the local stations came in very well. Power great. No problems. The only reason not rated 9 or 10 is because of price and highway noise. Mainly the price. Considering all the parks we've been to, this one was pretty expensive for what you get. If you are price sensitive, you might want to drive a bit further or shorter to another RV campground. However, Checotah was exactly where we wanted to stop (tired), so we didn't mind the higher price being only $10-$12 more than the usual we pay, especially if it's just one night.

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Very spacious, peaceful campground. Long road into the site. (A bit scary at night for 1st time visitors: very dark.) Once in the park, it is very spacious. We had a gravel site, but there were cement pads intermittent in the park. Pretty level. The River is right there! We walked over in the morning and it was very peaceful. If it weren't for the A/C on the motorhomes right there, there would be no noise. Wildlife, birds, peaceful atmosphere. 3 sets of sites. We were in the set with very mature trees, well maintained, with river views. There was a loop out on the riverbank, but they did not have trees. Restrooms extremely clean and very nice. Great shower with nice water pressure. Only 2 of them in a loop, so we had to wait just a minute, but worth it. A/C in the restrooms. No amenities on site (no pool, etc.). Tons of mosquitos in the evening/night, which you would expect on the river. Coming from Disney, we forgot about them! Would recommend this RV park for the Memphis area. Very close to the city. There are not many to choose from, and we were very happy we found this one.

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Nice campground, level site, easy to get in and out. The managers meet you at arrival and take you to the site. Enough room for our 35ft plus our vehicle. Power was really good (had a short glitch on/off because of a storm that rolled through). Restrooms really clean! Shower was large and there were several. No A/C though (that is why 8 instead of 9 or 10). It was really stuffy and hot in the restroom/shower area. Nice pool and hot tub, but couldn't use because of the storm. Looked great though. Well maintained. Easy on/off Highway, far enough away to be quiet. Some FT'er's, but nicely kept. Great for overnight or maybe 2 nights if you want to see something in the area.

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Very nice campground. Level pads with plenty of space between sites. Lots of seasonal workers, but their sites were clean and neat. Has an Adult Only pool which was great! Half covered for shade. Nice tables to sit and relax. Restrooms very clean. Pond in the middle which added to the peacefulness of the camp. Nice to take a short walk. Only reason for 9 instead of 10 rating was the neighborhood/location.

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Wonderful place to stay the night. Stayed there in both directions when traveling to Florida. Highly recommend it.

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What can we say about this park? It was something you have to see to believe. Private docks and Tiki Huts on the water behind your RV. Unbelievable. Each pad is privately owned. The owners rent out their spaces when they are not there. Each site is custom designed by the owner with different looking pads and landscaping. All sites have 50amp, water, sewer and cable. Our site had an outside TV in the Tiki Hut and an outside mini-kitchen with a small refrigerator so your drinks stay cold just steps away from the water. The sites are actually on a bay, not directly on the ocean. The water was clear and fairly shallow, but deep enough directly off the docks to jump in and swim. The owners put together a binder telling guests about the local spots. The staff were extremely helpful in our setup and was available to answer questions by phone. They met us at the gate upon our arrival to take us to our spot. The pool is very small, but we spent most of our time on the dock. A must see if you are taking your RV to the Keys. Well worth the extra money.

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This park used to be a KOA. It is in the farming country just outside of Homestead. Not a good location if you are using it as a vacation spot. The pool was great. It was very large and there was beautiful landscaping around it. The restrooms that were near our RV were located in a trailer and not very clean, but that's probably because there was a large teenaged group nearby staying in tents. There are some seasonal RV's there, but they kept their spaces neat and clean. The trees were very mature and well maintained. Our site was on the grass. We prefer cement pads, but it worked out just fine. The staff at the park were very nice and helpful. We had no problems with anything.

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Crystal Lake is an ownership community. It is gated and the front guard shack is manned until 7pm. There are sites on the lake for mostly motorhomes and some for 5th wheels for purchase. Some of the owners rent out their spaces for guests. In addition, there are many double-wide mobile homes. The park is absolutely beautiful! It appears that it is a snowbird community that is very active during the winter. The park was really quiet when we visited. We had a spot on the lake. Most lots are personally landscaped and the pads are cement and/or paveds. The roads are very wide. The people running the rental service were extremely friendly and helpful. The pools were amazing and open all night. The main clubhouse is open and the showers were so large and clean. They were designed with tiles that made it feel like you were in a 1st class, 5 star resort. The pool area is enclosed with screens so there is no worries about bugs. It was not a long drive to Naples and the surrounding areas. The only issue is that you need to go to the clubhouse to use the internet. That was fine with us since we loved the clubhouse and worked our schedule to work after/before a swim in the amazing pool. The internet connection was great, so it was worth it.

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This was a very large campground with many mobile homes that appear to be used seasonally. Our site was okay. Nothing great, but nothing bad either. We were surprised to see that the facilities are advertised to be used by the local community. Although there is a snack bar and bar next to the very large pool, people outside the park can gain access to the facility by purchasing an arm band. It is a great place for kids. We did not have kids with us this time, so I would not really recommend it for "empty nester" couples.

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It was so difficult to pick an RV resort near New Orleans. They all looked pretty horrible. We decided on the KOA (it sounded the best) and we were glad we did. The actual grounds are fine. There were some really beautiful trees and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The only reason it's not the highest rating is the area isn't the greatest and that there are no pull-throughs. However, their staff was GREAT in helping us back in to our site. Long drive to New Orleans, but that's to be expected from an RV camp.

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Our experience at this KOA was not favorable as the management is not available when you need them. The person they had to help us was not given the power to move us to another site. We had some trouble with the electricity (the power went out) and they were not helpful. When the electricity came back on, our brand new RV would not accept it. Later we discovered that our rig is so advanced, that it will only accept proper electricity. Anyway, we tried to move, but could not and had to run our generator all night. When asked for reimbursement of fees, we were basically told NO. The site was not that great either. Gravel site. Far away from Gulf Shores and other sites. Not in a really good spot unless you plan on just camping (no sightseeing). Restrooms were clean. Swimming pool looked fine.

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This RV resort is one of the best we've ever been to. It was CLEAN and very well kept. The grounds were immaculate and there were beautiful palms and various flowering plants. The landscaping was just amazing. We had a pull-thru cement site with ample room for both of our slides and our truck. The swimming pool area was beautiful and it appeared that all were having a good time. The site is very close to the beach and all that Panama City has to offer. We would come back again and stay a full week. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The restrooms were so clean and perfect. They even have a "doggy" bath that was so clean. We don't have dogs, but were impressed with it anyway. If you are deciding which RV resort to stay in around Panama City, you will not go wrong with this one.