Beas

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The road to the campground is sandy but rough. I think a class A or an Airstream might drag the bottom. The sand road makes it passable. They were both camped there during our stay. The sites are small but nice, mostly shady, and quite. The staff were not much help. They did not know anything about the trails or the area. I thought this was odd.

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We had a premium site with a nice concrete pad. The staff and neighbors are friendly. I am not sure about the laundry hours they were not consistent. The only time they were open at 7 was when they were left open all night. Fortunately that was the day we did laundry. Also, the bathrooms require a code to open the lock. No one told us that until we were here for 5 days.

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We stayed a month. The park facilities and amenities were top rate. Great location. The office staff were helpful. Propane is cheap. The sites need work. All concrete pads were cracked and broken. When it rains it is a muddy mess. One day the tow truck was needed to pull 3 vehicles out of the mud. I would stay here again.

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The sites were sand/shell, wide and nicely spaced. Hiking and bike trails are well maintained. The spring is a good place to have a daily swim. Park staff were very friendly. This is one of the best State Parks in FL.

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I waver on my ratings. This is not a resort. It is a very good campground. No sites have shade all day. Mostly sites and roads are gravel. They are well maintained with no ruts and are level. Staff are friendly and helpful. The first 30 sites are the smallest, have the most shade and grass. The next 30 sites are for big rigs and have little grass and mostly gravel. The last 30 sites are all gravel. We stayed in site 67. It has a nice tree on the front of the site for your truck. We were here in July. This is our second stay at this park. We will stay here again.

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This is an RV campground and I rated it as such. It is well maintained and manicured. The Host was very helpful. The wifi worked perfect. The bathrooms were clean. The CG has rock roads and sites. As such they are not perfectly level. We leveled by using a 2x. Most sites have a tree. The area was quiet. We will stay here again.

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We stopped by for 2 nights and got snowed in for 2 more. They are listed as being open during the winter. But clubhouse was closed 4 of the 5 days we were there. They did not clear the snow covered road. The park sits on a small hill that is slippery when snow covered. The sites are small and not level. Some sites will take lifting a tire off the ground to level. We could not use Wi-Fi because no one was there to give us a password. We were just wanting a place to hook up to electric while visiting relatives. Better than staying in store parking lot. I can see how this campground could be nice in summer. Has lots of trees and sits on a golf course. I would not plan on staying here unless you have seen the sites. We will stay here again.

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It is all relative. Nothing here to complain about. Ranger programs, nice bike trails, big sites. Like most state parks, this is not a resort, but is a nice campground. Will stay here again.

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It is all relative. Nice big sites, clean restrooms, quiet, and friendly. A few minutes to downtown and the local forts. Fulfilled my expectations plus free cable at all sites and showers are heated.