NiekaKnitter

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This park is very convenient for access to the greater Seattle area; just blocks off Exit 17 on I-90. Local paved walking trail directly across from park entrance. Sites are gravel and close together, but no worse than other urban area RV parks. There is grass, trees and wild rabbits! Some sites are tricky for 5th wheels, but doable. Manager is very willing to work with customers to get the right site. Clean, reasonably priced laundry; clean restrooms. Highway noise didn't bother us. Park will pick up your empty propane tank, refill it and deliver back to your site for modest service charge. We will stay here again.

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Nightly rate finally went up $5 to $25, but the new reservation system and good WiFi made up for it. We were here 3 months from August to October. Excellent park; half the sites are reservable and half are first come/first serve. Stays busy. Fair amount of road noise, especially sirens, from Oak Harbor area. Have camped here before; will camp here again.

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Park has just completed new restroom/shower facility with disability units. New gravel in most sites on Loop 2. Full hookup section (premium sites) is okay, but needs renovation. Pleasant woodsy atmosphere. Will stay here again.

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2nd stay here this year. Clean, level, spacious sites. Some have more privacy than others. Bells ring the quarter hours and concerts daily. Nice playground, walking and bicycling trails. Crafters doing demos most days.

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This was our 3rd visit to this park this year. Very convenient to anything in Orlando. Clean, quiet. Not all sites have sewer hookup. Some pads are quite slanted, either side to side or front to back. Rate is for non-sewer site. Reserve early as this park is popular, especially during busy times for the theme parks.

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Another nice Florida state park. Sites are generally level with moderate privacy. Park sponsors coffees and potlucks, has crafts classes. The CCC Museum was small but very interesting. The tram ride was worth the price. Lots of hiking trails, wildlife to observe. This was our 2nd visit and we'll be back.

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Clean wooded park. North side of camping loop has noise from Hiway 26. Paved sites, ample grassy areas around sites; some sites have more privacy from bushes and trees than others. Good phone and personal wifi (Verizon) coverage. Would camp here again.

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Clean, quiet in-city park. Narrow but adequate spaces; mostly paved, some grass. Long-term parking around perimeter. Well kept up. Owner likes animal statues. Will stay again when in area.