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Two weeks before we arrived, this park had problems with the electricity on our site. Someone replaced the receptacle. They connected the hot wire to the ground plug. I was lucky I had a surge guard that showed problems. I never connected my RV to power until the park maintenance fixed the problem. He first thought the neutral and hot were reversed and switched those sides. I retested and found the problem. There is no telling if anyone before me damaged their RV. The lots are spacious and shady. Site surface was asphalt and features a fire ring and picnic table.

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We stayed 7 nights. The park is isolated from city amenities. It is 15 miles from dining and shops. It was difficult to sit outside with all the bugs. We need a screen room. Fishing was good everywhere, the beach, the inlet, the piers and all over. We always saw people catching fish. It took about 1 hour for someone to fill a 5 gallon bucket with fish. Lot spacing was nearby with some shade. Site surface was gravel and features a fire ring and picnic table.

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Great place. Fishing and golf walking from my site. Site, staff and campers were excellent. We will stay here again. Sandy and dusty. It would help if some would obey the speed limit.

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We booked our site with Encore at the RV Supershow in Tampa. They advertise a price then add a resort fee. Knowing this I asked what the bottom line would be and received a price. Once I arrived they added tax. I have stayed at Encore parks before without the added tax. Our site had the storm water drain in the middle. It did not rain while we were there and had no problems. We were told we had a FHU site. Turns out the sewer is a honey wagon that comes by twice a week. The site was to have a picnic table. We did not have one when we arrived and I asked if they could bring one to our site. There were tables at unoccupied sites. We stayed 7 nights and never received a table. At the RV Supershow we booked two other Encore parks only to have them call us 3 days later and say those parks were not available. Nothing with Encore appeared to be what it appears.

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We stayed 7 nights in two different sites. Both sites were well groomed. Site 13 has full hook ups, level, shady, table, sandy, good tv reception. Site 22, no sewer, shady, sandy, table, no level spot for the trailer, barb write fence (?), shady, good tv, road drains through it. Park staff were friendly and helpful. If you are not off by 1pm they are there to help you. They have you sure cleaned and ready by 3pm.

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The location is one of the best in Florida. Close to everything and easy access to Tampa. Just stay away from rush hour. The park is excellent. Two laundry and bath houses. Pool and shuffleboard. Everything is well maintained and clean. Sites are nothing special. But work. The location and shared areas are worth the price. Staff are friendly and excellent to work with your needs. Other campers are friendly if you are friendly. They organize events during the week. Stayed here before and will return next year.

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Very nice park, full concrete pads, pool, clubhouse, quiet, friendly and many other good reasons to stay here. The only reason I don't give it a 10 is you have to drive to everything, store, shopping, dining, etc. Inside the park is nice for walking but not big enough to bike. We enjoy walking or bicycling to lunch. There was our third year here.

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We were traveling and stayed here over night for the second time. Both times the park has been outstanding. It is not luxurious but a very nice rv park. We will stay here again whether it is just passing through or for a longer trip. The only contact we had with any staff was over the phone and that was excellent. The long timers are very friendly. Sites are mostly gravel and level. Free cable. We had our pick of mostly shade of sun. Close to highway without the noise.

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We have been staying here for over 20 years. They are mostly overnighters during the week. There are a few permanents some are junky. The cg is well maintained, sites are level rock, and there is community actives. We stayed for 5 nights on site 44. The is a good site if you can pull though backwards.

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Nice county park. Some sites will be hard to level for longer than 30'. Friendly workers.

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There are nice level sites and most have shade. Most are pull through. There are a few sites with area workers. The only problem is one of them drove a honey wagon and the smell was not sweet. This is our third year at this park with our RV club. We will be back for the next 2 years. We had two nights of severe wind warnings. They were very good to get everyone up and provide a safer place to stay till the winds placed. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel.

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We were traveling and stopped for the night. Just off the highway without the highway noise. Sets in a valley. I guess the noise travels overhead. There is a 1/2 mile dirt road to the entrance. Don't let this deter you. This is a beautiful setting, well maintained and friendly staff park. We will stop here again. Would be a nice place to stay for a few days while visiting the area. We stay at another park a few years ago while site seeing the area. That park was nice but I would prefer AOK when in the area.

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I start out with a rating or 10 based on my expectations. Those expectations are from what I read on reviews and what others tell me about the park. I expected the park to be close together and it is that. The way the sites are set up you overlap with the neighbor behind you. If you both have rear doors your doors will be about 8' apart. If both sites have slides that meet you will not be able to walk between the campers. All that I expected. What I did not expect is the mosquitoes. They are so bad you can be outside for any time at all. Then we had several enter the camper every time we open the door. We enjoy visiting with our neighbors. That can't happen here. Could be they have had unseasonable rain. The next problem was they are working some loops repaving. The construction trucks make potholes and the mess. They have tore out 200 yards of asphalt between the bath house/laundry and that road is a muddy mess. If you walk to shower you are muddy when you return. Then on our 6 day they had a scheduled water outage from 1 until 6. They did not notify anyone. We returned from our hiking expecting to shower and cook diner. Not possible without water. These things happen but it could have been handled very different. At other CGs they have taped notices to all the campers doors when they have a power or water outage. The road could be graded to reduce the mud and pot holes each night when the construction crew leaves. There is no place to wash you truck in the park. All the equipment is parked along side the road. Seems they suffer from Poor Prior Planning.

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Camped here last night. No services. They do have vault toilets. 32 degrees this morning. Never unhooked the truck. This place is a 10. Moose in the cg. Beautiful meadow with the sun shining over it this morning. The thunder of running water (Karen tells me) when we went to bed. There were only 5 other campers in the park.

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When we arrived they had a lot of rain. The area around the bathroom was flooded and muddy. The bathroom has earth worms all over the floor and the floor was muddy the first night. After the first night the bathroom was very clean at any time of the day. They did an excellent job the last 2 days. The CG is loops with the sites being wide spots beside the road. Odd but it worked fine. Our site had electric only. There is a dump station near by. We would stay here again.