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Burn ban in effect but fires were allowed for cooking and had to be extinguished at end of meal. The spring is beautiful with swimming and kayaking along the outlet to the Suwannee River. Concession at the spring had a great barbecue with chicken, pulled pork and ribs all done on site. Sites in our wooded area were a bit small but not crowded together. Wifi available at the concession stand.

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Spacious sites that are open to view from one end of the campground to the other. Bring a big fan to use outside with plenty of bug spray. Also a lot of ants. Nice connection to the Chattahoochee River from the small Lake Seminole. Majority of campers are fishermen and at least one had a very loud air-boat while we were there.

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One of the best State Parks we have ever stayed at. Paved sites and roads with miles of paved walking cycling paths through the forest and swamps with lots of opportunities to view wildlife. Lakes available for fishing, kayaking and canoeing. Also bath-house on the Gulf and a long fishing pier at the end of the long sandy beach. Swimming pool,tennis courts, volleyball, nature center, laundry,camp store etc. All of it in excellent condition.

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Great for a complete getaway as it is miles to the nearest town, wifi only available at the campstore , spotty cell phone service and our site was heavily treed so no satellite TV. Our site was spacious and fairly private with enough room for a sleeping tent, dining tent, motorhome and parking for two cars. Lots of wildlife, we saw bobcats, deer and many birds.

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There are really two campgrounds. One is in the woods on the Intracoastal Waterway and the one we prefer is right on the dunes of the Atlantic Ocean. The dune sites are close together along a narrow sand roadway with no shade or privacy. It is the location that makes this a heavily used campground. There are several walkways over the dune to a sensational Atlantic Beach and an outdoor shower to wash off the beach sand. At the south end of the campground is a gate that leads to a dog friendly beach. Some sites are a bit short for anything over 30 feet but most will accommodate a 40 footer.

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Nice state park with boat ramp on the Crooked River. Mostly empty campground in early August with good paved roads and some pull-thrus. Park includes marked kayak trails on Crooked River with mini golf and a playground for kids. Our site had great views of the river at sunset. Sites are treed, but we managed to get satellite reception which was good as the normal cable was knocked out by an earlier storm.

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Heavily wooded campground that was less than 1/4 full in early August. Other than 4 back-in full hookup sites, all the 70 others were pull thrus. The sites were all very large with a raised tent platform and cable TV hook-up. There is a boat ramp to the Inter-coastal waterway less than a mile away and a shopping center with banks gas station and a Publix market less than a 1/2 mile in the other direction. This is very convenient for a visit to Savannah. You get to pick your site as they are not assigned when you make a reservation.

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Paved roads and gravel sites mostly open with some shade although 1/4 are in the woods. Very interesting state park with long sandy beach open to dogs. Large beach area at north end dog free. Ruined Huntington winter home available to tour for $2. Far enough from Myrtle Beach to avoid beach crowds but close enough for a visit if desired.

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This county park campground is less than a mile from exit 31 on I-81 and is convenient for us to visit friends and relatives in the Syracuse area. The park is located on the southwest shore of Oneida Lake and has an excellent boat ramp, children's playground, ball field, archery range, beach volley ball court and a swimming beach that rents kayaks and paddle boats. The park hosts several fishing tournaments and triathlons including the annual "Iron Girl." The campground has 30 sites in the woods with no hookups and is occupied mainly by tenters. The 24 sites with water and electric are out in the open on a gravel circle with no privacy or shade. There is a restroom in the camping area but the showers are located about 300 yards away at the swimming area. The showers were clean with lots of hot water while we were here. We would stay again because of the convenient location.

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We have stopped here many times because of its proximity to I-95 mid-way along the East Coast. It is very clean with friendly management and a great pool & hot tub plus a dog park. The sites are all pull-throughs and fairly close without much privacy but are well maintained with full hookups and excellent free WiFi and cable TV. They have $30 Overnite Express sites for those wanting a safe overnight stop off I-95.

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Pets are allowed in loops A,B&C but not D,E,or F. Roads are paved and sites are gravel with elec. only. Water spigots are scattered throughout the loops. The camp store is located near loop C. Campground is heavily wooded but a careful selection of site allowed satellite TV reception. The long Lake Ontario beach front is the main attraction of this park but it wasn't heavily used this July.

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Gravel roads & sites in a treed gully. Sites are very close together with no privacy and most sites won't allow satellite reception. Had good wifi with full hookups but no cable. Friendly management gave directions to a free boat launch on the Potomac. Close to I-81 good for an overnight stop.

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Nice city campground on Georgian Bay. Some sites are on the water but are very close to each other. Upper sites away from the water are more spacious and partially shaded. Meaford is a nice quiet little beach town and the full hook-up campground is a very good place to base a visit to Georgian Bay.

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Two camping areas on shore of Lake Huron. One is largely wooded and the one with the camp store and swimming beach is largely open. Beach is stony/pebbly near the water and sandy further back. This park has the modern Michigan rest rooms with very nice individual tiled shower rooms with adjustable shower heads and plenty of hot water even with heavy 4th of July weekend usage. As in all Michigan State parks you need to pay a camping fee plus fees for your motorhome and additional fee for your towed vehicle.

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This campground has suffered from a lack of maintenance. It obviously was once a top place to stop for a few nights with a lot of infrastructure. It still has a heated indoor pool, hot tub, sauna and workout room all in good shape. The roads and sites are what need some upgrading. It is an easy on/off US-10.