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I was the only rv there besides a pop up in a different area. Host said I could choose a different spot since not many campers. But all the waterfront sites looked fine to me. The park is well kept and easy to move around in a large rv. It has a fence because of the steep bank of the beautiful river. No major roads are near, it was very quiet. the host was extremely accomodating. Nice park.

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This place is not very close to any towns or major roads so it is very quiet. The sites seem to be reasonably flat. There was a view of the Lewis Smith lake although it was springtime and the trees were not full yet. Bought groceries in Double Springs area. I had made a reservation on reservations.gov but the host said if I wanted a different spot they would work with me since the campground was not full. I stayed where I was because they all looked pretty good to me. I would recommend this place to anyone that wants to see some back roads of Alabama.

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Nice smooth road from highway 19/98 to the park entrance. There is a courtesy phone in the office where you can call the manager. He comes to the office right away. He escorted me to a good level site. I was able to easily hook up my electric and water. I took my dogs to the pet run so they could do their business. It is was very quiet there and I had a good restful night. Very friendly gentlemen who runs the place.

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Cheap rate with your federal senior pass. This campground is on beautiful Lake Shelbyville and very close to Lithia Springs Marina just outside the park. Many beautiful campsites with many right close to the lake. Park is clean. Sites are not crammed together. It was built years ago when rvs were smaller so the turns at the ends of the legs are very tight. You need to know this in advance of picking a site. But overall the park is very nice and a good value.

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A beautiful area with tall trees. Been an rv park many years and has over 400 park model permanent units. Bought out by large company (ENCORE) and now has very,very poor management. Prices keep going up with services and amenities falling. This season brought lots of rain and the place became very muddy. Some sites flood with every heavy rain. Very few paved sites. A very average park that is priced way too high.

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I stay here on my way to and from south florida each winter season. Its near Chattahoochee Florida. The town is in Florida but the campground is in GA. There are some state parks near this park but this one is much cheaper if you are 62 and have a senior pass (America the beautiful federal pass). many sites right near the lake, some away from it. This camp area has trees but does not have heavy vegetation. Its mostly mowed grass with nice gravel sites. Many sites are very level. Interstate 10 is not terribly far away.

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An old established RV resort with tall pine and palm trees. There is a section with permanent park models homes, all very tidy and well landscaped. A large heated pool, tennis courts. This place is for snowbirds who intend to stay all winter and many do. Everything is nice about the place. The only major improvement needed is the office personnel. Very poorly trained office workers who act as though you are lucky to be in the park. The rates keep going up and they don't even offer free WiFi. But the beauty of the park makes up for the negatives.

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My rate reflects the senior discount for age 62 and up with senior access card. This is a nice Army Corps of Engineers campground with one section recently redone. Many of them have sewer connections. This is a great place to stop over for a night when traveling through Montgomery. It is some distance from I-65 but not bad at all. No highway sounds at all. No grocery stores nearby but there is a nice convenience store not far with some carryout food. The new area has paved sites for large RVs and they are very level and not close together. A dock you can walk to and boat launch. You can make reservations online through the rec.gov site.

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This park is a great stopover point for passing through Evansville. Very friendly staff, nice sites, quiet and very scenic location. No highway sounds because of it's location. I will certainly stop here again.

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This campground is only a minute from I-57 and is a great place to stop over while traveling. It is also a great warm season family and fisherman's campground. Right on Rend Lake. Some of the sites are not very level but many are. There are areas with full hookups. There is some traffic noise but not bad. Deer wander through at times. It is not open year around.

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I gave this park a 10. If you want to spend time in the Kentucky-Barkley Lake area this is a great spot. And it is half price for those 62 and older with your senior access card. The price above shows the regular fee. There are many different areas; some older, some newer; some are level, others not so. Located at the north end of the trace which travels through the LBL (land between the lakes). The park is woods mainly, with one open area for folks who cannot survive without satellite dishes. Not so very far off interstate 24 for those traveling through. Not open year round. Restaurants located nearby in Grand Rivers.

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The cited nightly rate is based the monthly rate. Very clean park also is a working pecan grove in a nice hilly area. Nice buildings for gatherings, even a chapel. A pool but it was closed for the winter. Beautiful lookout deck over Johnson Creek. Deer come out each evening to feed in the pecan grove. Nice concrete pads and paved roads throughout the RV park. There is a beautiful building that was once a home and is for the use of the campers. Campers meet for coffee in the mornings while we were there. Friendly staff. Some highway noise. Lots of beautiful drives to enjoy in the Texas Hill Country. We would stay here again if ever in the area.