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We stayed in the campground over Mother's Day weekend so it was full and crowded. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to get into our site connected but had to take the car off to get out. Internal roads and sites are gravel and overall the campground is a bit tight. There are some larger sites than the one we were in that would have made getting in and out easier. The center portion of the campground packs campers in side-by-side like sardines creating an urban camping experience. This section in particular is tough to navigate as cars and trucks stick out the ends. Our site was long enough and utilities are well placed and functional. Did not try the rest rooms or wifi so cannot comment on that. There were tons of activities for the kids and it looked like everyone was having a really good time. Not sure we would stay here again given the tight quarters but for smaller rigs it would be a good stop if you can stay out of the middle section.

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CG is easy access off I-80 and easy access through the park. We drive a 45ft MH towing and were able to get in, around, and out with the car attached and with no difficulty. Roads and sites are gravel with a concrete pad at the site. Sites are level and utilities work well and are conveniently placed. Some of the sites have the water connection at ground level which seems like it could get a little muddy. Did not try the wifi, rest room, or laundry facilities. Verizon hotspot worked great. Only drawback to the park is it's closeness to the highway which created quite a bit of highway noise. Plan to run the air or fan. We would return here again.

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We stayed in Fort Collins for a week visiting with friends. The CG is a bit off the beaten path and one must drive through a section of downtown Fort Collins to get to it. The roads are adequate however so the trek is not a problem. The entry to the campground is a bit bleak as it is adjacent to some construction companies and there is old equipment around. Once within the CG however, it is very nice, peaceful, and quiet. We drive a 45ft MH and were able to easily navigate the park. We took the car off at the entry as we were staying for awhile. Our site had a concrete pad and was just long enough for the MH and car. Utilities worked well, sewer connection to the back of the pad and required an extension in order to reach. Wifi slow so I used my hotspot which was good enough. Campground has tons of activities for families and there were lots of kids over the weekend, having a grand time. Did not use the rest room or laundry facilities so cannot comment on that. Nice park and we would return here if we were in the area

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We pulled into the campground without a reservation but were able to get a spot for the night. Office personnel very friendly and helpful and we were escorted to our site. We drive a 45ft MH towing and we were able to get in, around, and out of the park without difficulty. Our site was just barely long enough to keep the car attached but worked out OK. Internal roads and sites gravel/pea stone type of mix. Utilities well placed and worked fine. Sites a bit on the small side but not so much that you feel claustrophobic. Did not use the restrooms or wifi so cannot comment on that. We would return again if in the area.

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CG is convenient to I-25 with good enough access. We drove our 45ft MH towing into, around, and out of the park with careful driving. Everything in the park is gravel and could be muddy or dusty depending on the weather. Utilities work OK but placement is a bit weird and varies by site. The back of the CG has long pull-throughs and we were able to stay connected for the night. It is located right next to the highway but surprisingly quiet. Friendly and helpful office personnel. Did not try wifi or restrooms so cannot comment on that. Hotspot worked well enough for casual browsing. Not a destination campground but a good spot if you are just looking for a night's sleep.

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This is a great little park just of 1-10 with super easy access into, around, and out of the park. Sites and most everything around is dirt but the sites are long and wide enough. We stayed one night in our 45ft MH with tow attached and had no trouble getting around the park. The place has a desert vibe with blooming cactus at this time of year with pretty views of the hills. Office staff were very nice and really efficient. We would definitely stop again if in the area.

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Resort is easy access from I-10 with pretty good access through the park. We have a 45ft MH and were in the park for three days during a fifth wheel rally. I think this limited the spaces available and our site was a really tight pull in and tight car parking. Almost everything hung out a bit into the road. That said, we got into and out of our spot with some careful driving. When walking around the resort, there were larger pull-throughs and pull-ins that looked larger. There are a few trees and the one on our site had not been trimmed recently. We scraped the coach getting in but called the office and they sent someone right away to trim the tree. Utilities worked fine and well placed. The sprinklers around our site dripped constantly so there was a bit of a puddle all around. Nice walking area along the water in the middle of the resort. Was not able to connect to the wifi so relied on the hotspot. The park was nice enough but does not fit our personal taste so we would not make a point of going there in the future.

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Nice park on the outskirts of Frederickburg in the Texas Hill Country. Off the beaten path so one travels state roads to get to the CG. Easy access into and out of campground, internal roads are a bit on the tight side but OK if taken slowly. We took the car off our 45ft MH before getting into our site and had just enough room for our car. I did see some coaches come through for the night however without unhitching. Utilities are good and well placed. Wifi was slow so I switched to my hotspot which worked a bit better. The CG is really clean and neat. Office staff person was a serious type but helpful enough. We would stay here again, great location for visiting that area of the Texas Hill Country, lots to do.

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Eastlake is just to the east of Houston off the Sam Houston Expressway. It is just off the highway although the access roads are a bit narrow but manageable. The Resort is predominately concrete with concrete internal roads and pads but wide and navigable. We drove our 45ft MH with tow attached through the park, into our site, and out the next morning. Spaces are close together, although large enough for slides to go out. It appeared like the majority of residents were permanent with a few over-nighters here and there. Utilities worked fine and were placed in convenient locations. Did not use wifi or facilities so cannot comment but in general things throughout the park were clean and tidy. Office staff were friendly and helpful. The park did not appeal to us but is fine for an overnight stay, although a bit pricey.

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We had a one night stop-over while traveling with friends and heading west. Easy access from I-10 and acceptable maneuvering within the CG. Our three coaches (45ft, 44ft, 42ft) were all towing and got around the park, into the sites, and out of the park with no major difficulty. The owners were very friendly and customer service oriented and helped all three coaches get into the right spots. Utilities were good and well placed. Did not use the rest rooms or wifi so cannot comment on that. Internal roads and sites are gravel with grass between. It is located right next to a truck stop but we were not bothered by night time noise. We would stop here again if passing through.

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We have stayed at Bella Terra several times and it continues to be a lovely location for spending some time. It is a bit of a drive from I-10 so not a good overnight but great for a few day stay. Easy access in and around the park with wide paved roads and concrete or paved pads. Lovely clubhouse and pool open 24 hours. Utilities good and closer to the back of the pad. We drive a 45ft MH and had no difficulty navigating the park, although with the car off. We say several coaches going through the park with the tow on. I am sure we will return in future travels.

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CG is easy access in and out from I-10. Internal roads and most pull through sites are paved although the longest ones have a run up through the grass. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and are able to navigate their long pull throughs with ease. Utilities work good enough although one needs to pull off the water filter screen in order to have enough pressure. Cable works OK, Wifi works well, especially early morning and evening. We have stayed here several times and although the CG does not seem to be making any improvements, it is a very convenient, quiet site for a stop-over when traveling through the area.

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Nice resort located at the entrance to Everglades City. Internal roads are paved with paved sites. We were driving a 45ft MH without a tow and had no difficulty navigating the park, I don't think one could keep the tow attached as the sites are relatively short - plenty of room for the coach with cars parked to the side. Utilities well placed and worked well. Did not use cable or wifi. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Clubhouse very nice with nice but small pool. Resort is located just across from several air boat tour companies so a bit of noise through the day.

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We stayed for two nights while traveling south to Florida driving a 45ft MH and towing a car. The CG was easy access on and off the highway and access through the campground was easy; we were able to navigate the park with the car attached with no difficulty. Internal roads and sites are gravel and sites are long and mostly level. Utilities are well placed and work well. Two sewer hook-ups per site, on each end. Wifi did not work at all for us but our Verizon hot spot was good enough for email and light internet surfing. Campground staff were very nice and helpful. We would stay here again if in the area.

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The campground is very easy access from I-75 as it is right off the highway with good roads. Internal roads and sites are gravel and were a bit dusty as it had been quite dry when we were there and campground and sites were easy to navigate. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to navigate the park and site without difficulty. As previously noted, the campground is across the road from the ticket office where one registers. There is a section of the campground for seasonal rentals and another section for overnight stays. There are three different lengths of sites in this section with several being 100 ft. Utilities and sewer hook-up were good and site was level. No amenities to speak of but an easy overnight stop. Wifi worked fine for email and internet surfing. We would stay here again.