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The state park ranks as an overall 10 in all areas. Unbelievable access to the beach. We were in site 6 and we could see the Atlantic Ocean from our MH. There were tents directly across the street from our site but it did not block our view of the waves crashing on the sand. The campground was very quiet in the evening. Must visit see areas in the park are the visitor's center, the lighthouse and the marsh walk in the evening to catch the sunset. I hope to return to the area again very soon. If you are in a big rig the roads getting to the sites are tight.

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For an urban campground, the grounds were clean and very quiet. The campground is made up largely of permanent residents. However, the front area where short term campers was spacious. Easy in and out in a large rig. We had full service, very good TV channel selections and great water pressure. The dog walk was clean and well kept. There are several restaurants near the campground and it is only about a 15 minute drive to downtown Columbia and USC. I would stay there if I returned to the Columbia area.

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Very quiet park off I-20. Owners were very helpful and were on site when we arrived. We were parked at the front of the park in a pull-through site. The owner gave us easy directions for getting back onto I 20. The sites are large. We camped overnight. We did not have to unhook. TV reception was excellent as was water pressure.

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I had read good reviews of this state park. Do NOT attempt to camp here in a large motorhome. I had called in advance and said I was in a 37 ft motorhome towing. I was told no problem. This state park is not equipped to handle large motor homes and the site map is not correct. The sites are unlevel and the water is on the wrong side of the motorhome. There were several empty sites when we arrived but only one that we could get the MH into and we were unable to level the MH.

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This RV park has easy access from the interstate. It has good password protected wifi. We were given a late checkout and were not charged. This is a good place for an overnight stop to visit Paducah. This park has a limited area for dogs.

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The road getting to this park narrow and it goes over a very narrow one lane bridge. If you are coming into the campground in a large motorhome be aware it is very difficult to navigate the very narrow road. The campground overlooks corn fields. The campground is 7 miles off the interstate and I would not recommend staying here if you are planning on doing activities in the Springfield area. There are other campgrounds much closer to the historic sites in Springfield.

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The camping sites are very close with no views. The park is very busy with boaters, folks going on snorkleing and diving tours. There is a glass bottom boat tour which we took but the ocean was rough the day we went out and we saw very little on the tour. We had spent the previous three nights at Bahia Honda State Park in the lower keys and this park was a bit of a let down after visiting such a jewel park.

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We stayed here in a 35 ft MH towing a jeep. We were fortunate to have had two nights on the water. Absolutely breathtaking views and the sunsets gorgeous. We had to move to campsite 36 on our third night. No views but shaded and somewhat private. This campground is very difficult to get reservations but would love to return and stay on the water again.

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Second time we have stayed at this park on our way to Florida. Easy access on and off highway. Very friendly, helpful staff and campground in immaculate condition. Owners are onsite and very helpful when we were having wifi problems. Highly recommend this private campground.

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Beautiful, spacious campground. We were in a site with full service. The campsites were very clean and ours was spacious. Easy access to Savannah, Tybee Island, Fort Pulaski and Wormsloe Historical Site.

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Do not use GPS to find this park. It will not take you anywhere near the park. It is a typical KOA. It is difficult to find and is not right off the interstate. The owner/manager was very apologetic about the GPS sending us in the opposite direction. She said that this had happened frequently. There appeared to be some permanent residents but the park was clean and quiet. The wi-fi doesn't work very well and the cable had very limited channel selections. We were there for only one night as we were enroute to NC.

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A very nice small state park on a lake. We were there on a fall weekend and the park was full. Sites are close but it was easy to get into the park in a 35 ft motorhome. It is very wooded and there are nice sites on the lake. We were in site 37 which was a lake view.

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A hidden jewel in NC. Fall colors were gorgeous. Large level sites and all have fire rings and plenty of scenic views. We were in site 56 which is on the stream. The park is immaculate and the park rangers patrol the park. The bathrooms are new and clean. It is a very quiet and peaceful park. My husband fished in the trout streams. The Hutchinson Homestead is not to be missed. One of my very favorite state parks!

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This park would have received a 10 if our site had been level. If you are 35 ft or longer I suggest you reserve a pull-through site. We had a back in that looked level but we were never able to get our 35 ft MH leveled. Also you are not assigned a site. Upon arrival you go select an available site. Excellent cable with plenty of TV channel selections. No internet service. The sites are good sized and are not crowded. There is a lot to see and do. Mentone is a lovely little town to visit. I would not recommend eating at the Lodge. Mediocre food and bad service. The falls and and the canyon overlooks are very scenic.

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This state park is located on beautiful Lake Jocassee. The park was difficult to get into with our 35 ft motorhome. The road leading into the park is very tight. The sites are very close together and most are not level. The park does not enforce the dog leash rule. We have a small dog and across from our site were four large dogs who were never on a leash. The bathrooms were clean but old and needed updating. THe positive was the lake. We took a pontoon boat tour from a private company and that was the highlight of our stay at Devil's Fork.