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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.

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Great state park with long sandy beach on Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay. Modern Michigan State Park restrooms with individual shower rooms. Should note that like all Michigan State Parks you need a separate"Recreational Pass" for both your motorhome and "toad" at extra charge. Paved interior roads and roomy shaded grassy sites, but no privacy between sites.

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Modern restrooms with individual shower rooms that Michigan is building in their State Parks. Separate Recreational Passes required for your motorhome and towed vehicle at additional fee. Two camping areas i.e. Upper & Lower. We stayed in lower near the water and views of the Mackinac Bridge. Beach area has spectacular views. St. Ignace is a nice tourist town and home to several ferries to Mackinac Island with many restaurants and summertime activities.

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The camping fee of $23 was somewhat misleading if you aren't a Michigan resident. You also need to purchase a recreational pass for your motorhome which is $6.00/day or $31.00/year. Then you need to purchase an additional pass for your towed vehicle which costs $6.00 and is good for the duration of your camping stay. The campground is heavily wooded and satellite TV impossible. The weekend was so crammed with campers and their guests it was very difficult to maneuver to our campsite. The sites are grass and dirt and the many rutted sites indicated that rain would make a lot of the campground unusable. Lots of paved rec trail for cycling and walking/jogging and lots of beach. The bay water appeared to be very dirty and in the morning a lot of scum had washed up onto the beach.

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All campsites back-up to wild areas and most have privacy between sites. Area well maintained with miles of paved rec. trails to gain access to long Lake Erie sandy beach, swimming lake, wildlife center etc. We were here during the annual mayfly hatch in early June. The flies were everywhere in great abundance but were harmless. The redwing blackbirds were well fed by the unavoidable largess.

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Campground is located in a great county park with a meandering paved recreational trail around a lake used by fishermen and kayakers / canoeists. The roads and pull-through sites are paved but have no privacy. The older section is treed and the sites are more varied with some privacy. An evening storm knocked out the power while we were there and the camp host and camp office had no idea when it would be restored. Power was still out when we left the next day and we were told they had lost power a few days earlier for many hours.

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Very basic Escapee park. Shady dog park but no pool and some sites are extremely narrow. Our pull through full hookup site next to the bath house was nice and wide, but no privacy between sites. Gravel roads and sites with a small picnic table at each site. Campground has large pavillion with BBQ grill and fire pit that no one used during our brief stay. Tengo wifi extra charge.

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Beautiful campground and all sites are waterfront w/ 50amp & water. Paved somewhat narrow roads but plenty of overhead clearance. Sites are all paved with gravel tent / picnic area and concrete picnic table. Only a few sites are big enough for 36 ft motorhome. A couple of pull throughs but most are back in. Lots of mature trees and our site ( #14) was secluded on it's own private peninsula.

     

Tifton KOA

Tifton, Georgia

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Shady grass full hookup closely spaced sites. Sites have no privacy separation and are not quite level. Pool needs some work as the water was somewhat murky. Weather was very hot (mid 90's) and may have some effect on pool water. WiFi available was acceptable but we were close to the Office and it may be weaker elsewhere in the campground. Most KOA's we've visited over the years were better maintained than this one. As an example the gravel roads were rutted and the picnic tables were in poor shape with no patio pads. It was fine for an overnite stop as it is close to I-75.

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Small campground that was very dusty during our stay. Access to Griffin Lake via the "Dead River". Canoe & kayak rentals for fishing or wildlife viewing. Guided tour on pontoon boat out into lake on weekends. Sites are not large but abundant vegetation makes them semi-private. Most sites are heavily shaded which makes satellite reception difficult. Conveniently close to Leesburg and The Villages for shopping & entertainment.

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Spacious sites with good privacy because of vegetation between campsites. Paved roads and walking path to the recreation area on the lake. We were here to visit the Blues Festival in Bradenton and didn't use the swimming beach so can't comment on that. Very convenient to Bradenton which has a great River Walk area and not far from grocery stores and other shopping. Only drawback was the noise from the nearby racetrack.

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County park accepts only Wisconsin checks or cash which you deposit in a slot after choosing your site. Treed campground with lots of room between sites. Managed to peek at Dish satellite through tree branches. Large boat launch and pier with gravel swim beach. Green Bay was green when we were there so we didn't swim, but did kayak. Campground sits atop Niagara Escarpment for some interesting geology.

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Campground is close to I-39 and I-80 with many pull through gravel sites. There were a lot of kids when we stayed overnight but campground was quiet at night. Sites are close together with mowed grass in between and room for a picnic table. Little to no shade for most of the pull throughs.