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08/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
What a gem of a park. We called ahead to make sure there was space available and once we arrived, the owner escorted us to a great, shady site. Once set up, we went and did the paperwork, which was a treat. The owners are continuously striving to improve this park, which is conveniently located just off I-75 between Cordele and Macon, GA. Nice clubhouse, nice sites, a large swimming pool and a huge dog park make this a great stop, whether for just overnight or even for a few days to explore central Georgia. The price reflects Passport America, which needs to be paid in cash. I like this campground a lot.
08/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a wonderful small park located near Clayton, Ga. The owners are a delight and take great care of this CG. No pool, no playground, means that it's mostly couples and older ones at that. So it was very peaceful and quiet even though it's located very near the major highway - 441. The sites are mostly all gravel and can be just a bit tricky to maneuver into, but it can be done. Gates close early and open late, but there is a small bridge which enters the park for vehicles only that can be accessed most of the time. We extended our stay because of the "niceness" of this park and we will definitely use it again. Our rate reflects the Passport America rate, which was suggested and given with a sincere smile.
08/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Twenty five years ago, we camped here in a pop-up. This time we went back in our 5th wheel. We enjoyed our stay since we had a back-in right on the creek with a covered porch at our disposal. The camp is getting a bit older, as are we, and could use just a little more TLC. The road to our site needs some new asphalt and it can be a bit tight for a larger rig. It is, however, very convenient to Cade's Cove and the Smoky Mtn Nat Park. The Wi-Fi was not very good at our site, but we had cable. I would return to Tremont CG but I would also look at some of the newer parks first. For the value, I believe it was just a bit overpriced and they give no discounts unless you stay for a week.
08/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
Inevitably, one of the prettiest and most serene parks we have ever visited. This park is clean, situated near a large lake and the campsites are very nicely kept. Half have water and electric, the other half have just electric. None have sewer. We thoroughly enjoyed the peace and serenity of this CG and would highly recommend it. We wish we could have stayed longer. By the way, the Wifi can be 'iffy' at times.
08/2014
rating [ 7/10 ]
Although this campground is very nice, I still enjoy some amenities and I look for them. Once we arrived, in the pouring rain, we settled in and with nothing much to do, tried our TV. No signal, and there is no cable hook up. We were promised Wifi, but that signal is very, very weak atour campsite, which was D-2. And the cell signal for our phones is awful. (That you can't bame on the CG). This is a very nice, small park, with a stream running thru it. It lies just on the fringe of the National Forest, so it is very secluded and surrounded by nature. We arrived on a Monday for just one night and didn't see many children, although there seems to be a lot of things for kids to do. The Rec Room was pretty neat, open air with pool table and tables for relaxation.
07/2014
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a very cute, small and quiet campground. The owner was very friendly and helpful. It's an older campground, but relatively well maintained. we only stayed one night as we were travelling further, but we enjoyed our stay there. We paid $25 using our Good Sam discount
07/2014
rating [ 5/10 ]
We discovered this Campground at the Tampa RV show and were excited to find it. It, apparently, is a semi-private CG located within a 5500 acre gated development. The sites are beautiful and very secluded. However, getting a reservation was a two day event, three weeks prior to our visit. Once we finally arrived at the gate, they had our anme, but the gate guard couodn't give us correct directions to the camping area. Pulling a 36' Fifth Wheel makes it quite difficult to make U-turns on narrow mountain roads. Once we finally (!) arrived at our camp site, the water and power hookups were still under lock and key, so we waited an hour before the 'ranger' came to unlock, only to find 30 amp service, and we need 50. Although we were told they had 'full hook-up', we had no TV, not even with our antenna. Wifi is very iffy on the mountains and it too, was not available. However, the area is just beautiful. The sites could use a little care, but they were adequate. We enjoyed our stay, but wish we would have received the proper information prior to our visit. By the way, the roads leading to the campsite, although paved, are very narrow and curvy, and can look quite scary at times, especially to my wife who's my navigator. It was hard for her to navigate with her eyes closed. LOL. I would not return.
08/2014
rating [ 7/10 ]
We found this park after a frustrating encounter with two other parks that had restrictions which were not advertised. This park is nice, especially, it seems, for locals, and very easy to find. Plenty of kids playing and family gatherings all around. Our site was not exactly level, but it was OK for one night. The price reflected a Good Sam discount, but they only accept cash or a personal check. That could be a problem at times.
08/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is one of the nicest KOAs I've been to. Very pleasant staff, escort to site and very clean. They even have a food service n property that delivered us a pizza soon after we were set up. Highly recommend this park. Our price reflects a military discount that we received.
04/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
A very nice State Park, not far from I-75 in south Georgia. We only took the 30 amp service without the sewer hook up. Various hook ups are on a first come basis, but we didn't know that. Check with the ranger at the office as you enter. They are very friedly and helpful. We used our Georgia State Park Pass for our discount and will get a night free for camping a specific number of nights in Georgia State Parks. These guys and gals know how to do state parks the right way. We'll be back.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
We thoroughly enjoyed our week at Bisell's. We had a prime spot, very level, and the park was great to explore the area from. Not too far to Niagara Falls, close to the many vineyards and farms of the area. We would definitely go back. Our rig is 38' long.
07/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Far enough from Toronto but close to what Toronto has to offer. This park is OK, but they do squeeze everyone in when they are busy. Finding the park can be a challenge if you are new to the area. All in all, an acceptable campground. We'd go back if we ever go to that area again. We used our Good Sam discount.
07/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
A nice, large park near Islamorada. A great spot if you like fishing. Most of the spots are grassy or sandy and relatively flat. Quite a few spots are on the water, for a price, of course, but most have some sort of ocean view. The management is fine, the prices reasonable and we enjoyed our stay.
12/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is an older park, only about 18 miles outside of Key West. It's an older park but the folks are quite friendly. There seem to be a lot of permanents there, and quite a few seasonal renters. I wouldn't recommend a big rig, since many of the turns are quite sharp, and one of the roads is a dead end, with no way of turning around. In other words, if you want to check out the park, go by car, bike or on foot. Just don't drive your rig in and expect an easy way out. There is always something going on at Lazy Lakes or at the adjacent KOA, which apparently has a full bar and is open to LL visitors. It was expensive for us, but everything in the Keys seems to be expensive. It was nice to spend Christmas in the Keys, though. Our rig is 38' long.
04/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
Ocala Sun is always our first and last stop when we travel from SW Florida to points north. Nice, flat grassy sites with full hookups. The staff is super friendly and the rates are great. (We use our Passport America discount). This is conveniently located just off I-75. They can get quite busy during the winter months and may not honor the PA discount for various reasons, but the campground is very nice, friendly and extremely convenient. Our rig is 38' long.
05/2014
rating [ 7/10 ]
Perfectly located between Mobile, AL and Tallahassee, FL, this park is just off of I-10. All sites seem relatively level, with mostly pull-throughs and some back-ins. It's probably an older park, but it makes up for that with the friendly and accommodating staff. We used our Passport America discount and were only charged $15.00. However, they only take cash or checks, no credit cards, but an ATM machine is located in the office. Very friendly and convenient. We were back on the Interstate in less than 5 minutes. Our rig is 38' long.
05/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
A greaat campground when visiting the Natchez, MS area. The park is located right on the banks of the Mississippi River, where you can watch the barges maneuver up and down the river, day and night. Also, from the park you have a wonderful view of the bridge across the river, which is illuminated at night. We would have given River View a '10', except we have two long haired dachshunds and the property was covered in burrs, which we had to continuously pick out of our dogs hair. We used out Passport America discount for the first night, and Good Sam for the rest of our stay.
05/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
One of our favorite parks anywhere. Every site is a waterfront site, since they have at least 3 lakes on the property. Very easy back-ins and a few pull-throughs as well. We love this park. We always end up staying longer than originally planned. We used our Passport America discount, which made it even better.
05/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
Finding a hidden gem doesn't come along often, but Fairfield Bay was one. Almost all sites overlook Greers Ferry Lake and all are in a beautiful forest park. Some have 50 amp but most have 30 amp. Water is available at most all sites. Check with the city and make reservations. If you are looking for natural beauty, peace and quiet, with lots to do in the area, check this place out. To the best of my knowledge, however, only 2 pull throughs exist, so call ahead. You will not be disappointed.
05/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
Unfortunately, we only used Sun RV Park as a stop before heading home after a 3 week trip. This park was exceptionally clean and easy to get in and out off. Almost all sites are pull throughs. We arrived late and found it easy to get to our site, paying the following morning. A very friendly office staff. We also learned that they have entertainment occasionally, which we unfortunately missed. We will definitely be back. PS, we used our Passport America discount.
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