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Jacksonville North KOA: 30.755365, -81.653941
Camp Lakewood: 39.146839, -88.565566
Harvest Moon RV Park: 34.374446, -84.917653
Duck Creek RV Park: 37.024806, -88.583041
Tom Sawyer\'s RV Park: 35.129871, -90.173977
Benchmark RV Park: 32.427484, -88.643975
Milton KOA: 30.622034, -86.958360
Lake City RV Park: 30.155092, -82.643314
Seasons in the Sun RV Park: 28.663758, -80.876658
Club Naples: 26.154410, -81.669613
Silver Springs RV Park: 29.220809, -82.055295
Long Point Campground: 27.873296, -80.469501
Tomoka State Park: 29.349087, -81.088583
Sumter Oaks: 28.602326, -82.180935
Lazydays: 28.012782, -82.304092
Flamingo RV Park: 30.456236, -81.708320
Auburn RV Park: 32.553275, -85.511655
Barnes Crossing CAmpground: 34.322434, -88.703357
Sam\'S Town: 34.819249, -90.411814
Turkey Creek RV Villages: 36.630682, -93.217664
Two Rivers RV Park: 36.225214, -86.696235
River Plantation RV Park: 35.851808, -83.565005
Barnyard RV Park: 33.977139, -81.157554
Magnolia RV Park: 34.432885, -81.754825
Mama Gertie\'s Hideaway: 35.585834, -82.404698
Knoxville North KOA: 36.170408, -84.079464
Pla-Mor Campground: 41.456032, -86.102138
Cullman Campground: 34.213395, -86.906242
Brickyard Plantation Golf and RV Park: 32.011309, -84.113166
Louisville South KOA: 38.004836, -85.679261
Indian Springs Campgrounds: 39.154529, -84.817433
Blueberry Hill RV Resort: 28.665277, -82.136808
Woodsmoke Camping Resort: 26.456096, -81.823725
Frog City RV Park: 30.244944, -92.196186
Hollywood Casino - Bay St. Louis: 30.335146, -89.354033
Advanced RV Park: 29.595664, -95.380681
Ft. Stockton RV Park: 30.893442, -102.795403
Buckhorn Lake RV Resort Park: 30.118644, -99.199237
Lake Conroe KOA: 30.385238, -95.669830
Harrah\'s Gulf Coast: 30.393025, -88.866745
Triple C\'s Campground: 30.610759, -84.809695
Bentsen Palms RV Resort: 26.188557, -98.378641
Lucky Eagle Casino RV Park: 28.610812, -100.441582
Maverick Ranch RV Resort: 29.265098, -103.774623
Camp Newmar : 41.445955, -86.022973
Lake Eufaula Campground: 31.825173, -85.045847
Hollywood Casino - Tunica, MS: 34.813085, -90.415463
Sioux Falls KOA: 43.607185, -96.706358
Oakwood RV Park: 43.111951, -93.413166
Little Bear campground: 41.583161, -91.258746
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Jacksonville North KOA

KOA Jacksonville North

http://koa.com/campgrounds/jacksonville/

Review:

This is the very first campground that we stayed.  It is a typical KOA.  The facility was well cared for and the staff was friendly and helpful, especially when they found out this was our first camping experience.  The sites are packed sand, level and shaded with some space between them.  Satellite reception may be an issue because of the canopy cover.  The pool and other amenities appeared to be average for a KOA.  Wifi and cable were typical with neither being an exceptional offering.

The park is located right off of I 95 and at the Georgia/Florida state line giving you easy access to both the Georgia and Florida coast along with the city of Jacksonville.  Overall I would rate the park as above average and would stay there again.

We paid around $40 with our KOA member card which seems to be the going rate for most of the KOA's.  We stayed in a 27 foot travel trailer.

 

2970 Scrubby Bluff Rd, Kingsland, GA, United States
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Camp Lakewood

Camp Lakewood

http://www.camplakewoodcampground.com/?page_id=303

Review:

Camp Lakewood is our go to place when we visit my mother in Effingham, IL.  It is a well maintained park that is completely gravel and the sites are level.  It is next to Lake Pauline which makes for a picturesque setting.  It is close to Wal Mart and other shopping and restaurants. The park is heavily wooded and we always need to ask for a special site where our satellite will work.  They only have a few.  It has recently changed hands, but the new managers appear to want to continue to make it a great place to stay.  Rates are around $40 per night and they have cable and typical camp wifi.

There are a few long term residents, but their rv's are well maintained.  I would rate the camp as above average and recommend it as a stop if traveling I 70 or I 57 through Effingham.

 

1217 W Rickelman Ave, Effingham, IL, United States
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Harvest Moon RV Park

Website:

http://www.harvestmoonrvpark.com/

Review:

Harvest Moon is located off of I 75 north of Atlanta.  It was our first stop on our trip to Illinois in 2014 and we camped there in our travel trailer.  It accepts Good Sam, but you will have to call for rates.  The park is well maintained and situated on a hill, but the sites are level and there is sufficient space between units.  On top of the hill in another section there are quite a few long term residents.

This park is great for overnight while traveling I 75.  It is dog friendly and all the utilities worked satisfactorily.

The park is a notch above average and we would use it again if on this part of I 75, however, we try to avoid Atlanta at all cost.  We have experienced some terrible traffic congestion in Atlanta and try to find alternate routes.

 

1001 Poplar Springs Road, Adairsville, GA, United States
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Duck Creek RV Park

Website:

http://www.duckcreekrv.com/Home_Page.html

Review:

Duck Creek RV Park was one of the first places we stayed on our first trip to Illinois in our travel trailer.  It is located off of interstate 24 near Paducah, KY.  The hosts are friendly and actually give you a little rubber ducky when you arrive.  I still have that duck and it rides with us in our motor home now.  Unfortunately, they really should have given us rubber boots so that we could float the duck without getting our feet wet when it rained.  We had a significant rainfall and our site was partially under water where the utility connections were located.  Needless to say my feet were soaked by the time I unhooked everything for our departure.

There are quite a few long term residents and the park is next to a 4 lane highway which was quite noisy at night.  It did, however, seem to be well maintained.  It seems that much of their business comes from quilters as Paducah seems to be quilting capitol of the US.  The sites were level, but somewhat close although acceptable.  The water, electric and sewer worked fine.

I would give this park and average to a notch below average rating because of the noise.  It was unacceptable in the trailer, but might be tolerable in the motor home as it has more insulation.  We would stay here again, but only if nothing else in the area was available.  Actually, we now boondock at the Harrah's Casino in Metropolis, IL which is only a few miles away.

 

2540 John L Puryear Dr, Paducah, KY 42003, United States
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Tom Sawyer's RV Park

Website:

http://tomsawyerrvpark.com/

Review:

Tom Sawyer Park in West Memphis is one of our favorites.  I keep wanting to go back as it is just an unusual place.  It is nestled on the Mississippi River in in West Memphis, AR just south of Menphis, TN.  We enjoyed watching the barges go up and down the river.  On foggy mornings you could barely see them and they would be blowing their horns.  We loved it.  The park is well maintained and we parked on a level concrete pad.  The utilities were adequate.  On the river concrete pads are $40 and gravel $32 with a Good Sam discount.

In Spring the river floods so it is important to check to make sure that they are open and operating.  There are some long term residents, but they are located in another part of the park away from the river.

We didn't use the bath facilities, but Liz used the washers and dryers which were ok, but there was not enough of them to accommodate everyone and it took several trips to find and open machine.

The only reason we haven't stayed again is that we tend to stay in Tunica, MS at the Sam's Town Casino RV park.  That is a very nice park too and has the casino as an attraction.  Overall, I would rate this park as above average.

 

 

1286 S 8th St, West Memphis, AR 72301, United States
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Benchmark RV Park

Website:

http://www.benchmarkrv.net/index.html

Review:

This park is ok for an overnight stop especially in the Meridian, MS area where there don't seem to be too many parks.  The gps brought us in on a secondary road which had a few turns but it should be ok for most rv's.  The park is on a giant hill, but the sites are level.  We had a 27 foot trailer at the time and we had no problem pulling into our spot.  The host is not available all the time so if you make reservations over the phone, you will be assigned a spot and pay during his hours of operation which is for a couple of hours in the morning and evening.  Water and electricity were fine as was the general condition of the park.  There were a few long term residents, but their units were well kept.

The park is dog friendly and is an easy drive to Meridian for restaurants, groceries, etc.  If you are using Passport America he only accepts cash and actually I would say that this is one of the better Passport America parks.

I would rate it as average to a little above.  We would return if we were in the area.

 

6420 Dale Drive, Meridian, MS 39342, United States
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Milton KOA

Website:

http://gulfpinesrv.com/Default.aspx

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Rain Milton, FL
Rain Milton, FL

Milton Gulf Pines is a typical Florida KOA with packed sand sites that are level and provide a reasonable amount of space between units.  We have stayed at this park on numerous occasions as it is in the right location on I 10 for our travel needs.  Its priced like most of the other KOA's, in the $40 plus dollar range.  The park is well maintained and has a covered pool, making it usable all year.  Except for the first couple of rows which are next to the highway, it is relatively quiet.  There is plenty of room to maneuver any size rig and most of the sites are pull through.  There are a few sites that might be problematic for satellite reception so you should check with the camp host.

Milton Rain Storm
Milton Rain Storm

It does get a little muddy when it rains so that can be a problem for keeping the inside of your home clean.  Water stands for a time in certain locations making it nasty for a while.  Overall however the water soaks in and a good day of sun brings everything back to normal.  We have not used the bath facilities so I cannot comment on them.  There are quite a few long term residents and some snow birds.  The park seems to stay relatively full all the time.

It is popular with our dog and the hosts are certainly dog friendly.  We will continue to use the park on a regular basis both because of its location and the facility itself.  I would rate it a little above average overall.

Don't be discouraged by the pics.  I just don't happen to have any during a sunny day.

 

8700 Gulf Pines Dr, Milton, FL 32583, United States
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Lake City RV Park

Website:

http://www.lakecitycampground.com/

Review:

We visited Lake City on our first return trip from Illinois as it's location on the panhandle makes it a convenient stop.  The park is close to I 10 and has easy access.  The sites are in moderately good condition and and level.  We had a pull through that was asphalt and adequate.  There are quite a few long term residents and lots and lots and lots of rules.  The host was friendly but made it clear that the rules were enforced and that an eviction with no refund was the punishment for non compliance.  Examples of rules: Blocks must go under jacks, no attachments to water spigots including water regulator, no washing of rv's including windshields, not walking the dog near the pond to name a few.  I think the attitude got us the most.

I would say the park is average to a notch below.  We will only stay here again if it is an emergency.  Actually we prefer to stay at a Cracker Barrel somewhere over this place.  At least there we wouldn't have to cook dinner.

 

Lake City RV Park, Southwest Main Boulevard, Lake City, FL, United States
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Seasons in the Sun RV Park

Website:

http://www.seasonsinthesunrv.com/index.html

Review:

This park is located near I 95 on the Space Coast of Florida.  It is near many attractions including the Kennedy Space Center, Port Canaveral and Merritt Island.  It has a lot of snow birds and one section on top of the hill is mostly long term or seasonal residents.  On the lower level there are available level, concrete padded sites for short term stays.  The hosts are friendly and the park is well maintained.  The streets and sites are sufficiently wide for all types of rv's.  we stayed here in our travel trailer.  The other residents were friendly and our 3 day stay there was enjoyable.  It is dog friendly and has a dog park and adequate space to walk the dog.  It is next to a KOA that appears to need some work.  This park is the clear choice if you want to stay in this area.

My overall rating is above average.  Again we did not use the bath facilities so I don't know there condition.  If the bath is like the rest of the park, they should be fine.  Sorry, but I do not remember cost for this park, but it seems that it is in line with most others for this part of Florida and season.

 

Seasons in the Sun Motorcoach Resort, Seasons in the Sun Boulevard, Mims, FL, United States
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Club Naples

Website:

https://www.sunrvresorts.com/Community/CNA/AboutUs.aspx#open

Review:

This is a great park for the Naples area other than the sites are very close together which is typical of southern Florida Parks.  I had a difficult time maneuvering my 27 foot travel trailer into it's assigned spot.  The roads are narrow and there is barely enough room to swing the front end of the truck around.  When we departed I had to ask the neighbor across the street to move their vehicle so I could pull out enough to swing the tail end of the trailer around so that it missed the RV next to us.

However, once parked the staff did everything to make our stay comfortable and enjoyable.  The park is extremely well maintained and the pool and club house area is immaculate.  There are a ton of snow birds there with some of the sites made into what appeared to me to be permanent installations.  Steps and screened porches had been attached to the 5th wheels.

They claim to be dog friendly, but don't let your dog pee on the way to the dog park or someone might get irritated.  It seems that they only want your animal to do his business in the dog park.  We didn't have an issue but it created a little added tension walking the dog.  The only other item to mention is that the park was full of French Canadians who weren't very friendly.  They stuck to themselves and would only speak or say hi if they were forced into it.  So I made sure if Montana had to pee, I was near a French Canadian. : - )

I would rate the park above average.  The only reason that it doesn't get an excellent rating is that the sites are close and the streets are narrow.  The daily rate in December was in the $40's which I thought was reasonable.  We would stay here again, but now that we have the motor home, we would probably look elsewhere in the area first.

 

Club Naples RV Resort, Beck Boulevard, Naples, FL, United States
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Silver Springs RV Park

Website:

http://www.silverspringsrvpark.com/#!about-us/cl3g

Review:

This is an older park that has many long term residents and parts of it are in need of repair.  Our site had a concrete pad, but the edges were exposed and might damage a wheel if you approached wrong.  The streets were narrow and people have added porches to their units that hinder some corner turns.

We will not stay here again!

 

3151 NE 56th Ave, Silver Springs, Florida 34488, United States
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Long Point Campground

Website:

http://www.brevardcounty.us/parksrecreation/campgrounds/longpoint/Home

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Long Point Park, Brevard County, FL, United States
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Tomoka State Park

Website:

https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/tomoka

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Tomoka State Park, North Beach Street, Ormond Beach, FL, United States
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Sumter Oaks

Website:

https://www.escapees.com/parking/rainbow-parks/bushnell-florida

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Sumter Oaks RV Park, County Road 673, Bushnell, FL, United States
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Lazydays

Website:

http://www.lazydays.com/RVResort

Review:

This is an incredible place that every RV'er should go to at least once.  It is a dealership first, supported by a 300 site campground.  It is located near Tampa, FL and they provide a shuttle to the casino in Tampa.  The dealership has over 100 salesman and  a total of 600 employees.  They have 220 service bays to take care of rv's from numerous manufacturers.  They have a nice pool and two restaurants on site.  They are certainly committed to making your stay there pleasant and memorable.  The campground is clean and well cared for, but the spaces are close together and caution needs to be taken backing into most sites. 

The cost to camp is near $50, but you do get two complimentary breakfasts each day.  I would compare the breakfast to what you might get at a budget hotel.  If you getting service and you purchased your coach from them, I believe you get a discount.

I took the Driver's Confidence Course that they offer for motor homes.  It is free for RV purchasers, but cost me $75.  Having never driven one of these beasts before, it was definitely worth the money to me.  You receive two hours of instruction in the morning and then share driving with about 4 or 5 others for two hours in the afternoon.  Driving is done in the campground which is challenging because of the tight turns.

I would give the park above average overall rating, the only two negatives being price and tight rv sites.   

Lazydays RV Resort, County Road 579, Seffner, FL, United States
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Flamingo RV Park

Website:

http://www.flamingolake.com/

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Flamingo Lake RV Resort, Inc., Newcomb Road, Jacksonville, FL, United States
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Auburn RV Park

Website:

https://www.rvauburn.com/

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Auburn RV Park at Leisure Time Campground, South College Street, Auburn, AL, United States
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Barnes Crossing CAmpground

Website:

http://www.cgbarnescrossing.com/index.html

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Campground At Barnes Crossing, Tupelo, MS, United States
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Sam'S Town

Website:

http://www.samstowntunica.com/stay/rv-park

Sam's Town, Casino Strip Resort Boulevard, Tunica Resorts, MS, United States
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Turkey Creek RV Villages

Website:

https://www.escapees.com/parking/rainbow-parks/hollister-missouri

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Turkey Creek RV Village, U.S. 65 Business, Hollister, MO, United States
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Two Rivers RV Park

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http://www.tworiverscampground.com/

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Two Rivers RV Park, Music Valley Drive, Nashville, TN, United States
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River Plantation RV Park

Website:

http://rvcoutdoors.com/river-plantation/

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River Plantation RV Resort, Parkway, Sevierville, TN, United States
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Barnyard RV Park

Website:

http://www.barnyardrvpark.com/

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Barnyard RV Park, Oak Drive, Lexington, SC, United States
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Magnolia RV Park

Website:

http://magnoliarvparksc.com/

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Magnolia RV Park & Campground, Fairview Church Road, Kinards, SC, United States
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Mama Gertie's Hideaway

Website:

http://www.mamagerties.com/

Review:

See my post Hideaway for a Getaway.  This is one of our favorite places to stay and certainly above average in overall rating. 

Mama Gertie's Hideaway, Uphill Road, Swannanoa, NC, United States
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Knoxville North KOA

Website:

http://koa.com/campgrounds/knoxville/

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Clinton / Knoxville North KOA, Knoxville, North Charles G Seivers Boulevard, Clinton, TN, United States
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Pla-Mor Campground

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http://www.pla-mor.net/

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Pla-Mor Campground, U.S. 6, Bremen, IN, United States
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Cullman Campground

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http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/alabama/cullman

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Cullman Campgrounds, County Road 1185, Cullman, AL, United States
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Brickyard Plantation Golf and RV Park

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http://www.brickyardgolfclub.com/RVPark.htm

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Brickyard Plantation Golf Club and RV Park, U.S. 280, Leslie, GA, United States
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Louisville South KOA

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http://koa.com/campgrounds/louisville-south/

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Louisville South KOA, Louisville, Kentucky 44, Shepherdsville, KY, United States
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Indian Springs Campgrounds

Website:

http://www.indianspringscampground.com/

Review:

Indian Springs campground is in Ohio near Cincinnati off I 275, but right on the state line of Indiana.  The campground is convenient to the Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg, IN and also to everything Cincinnati has to offer. It is dog friendly and has a large lake that you can walk around.  The park is well maintained and the sites are level with adequate utilities.  I'm writhing this review after the fact and unfortunately I do not remember the price, but nothing sticks in my mind that it was over priced.  We did not check the bathrooms as we use our own facilities.  There are a good amount of long term residents that seem to be located on the side of the lake.

Overall, I would give it an average rating with a tick towards the above side.  We would stay here again if in the area.

 

Indian Springs Campground, State Line Road, North Bend, OH, United States
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Blueberry Hill RV Resort

 

Website:

https://www.sunrvresorts.com/Community/bhl

Review:

Blueberry Hill is a typical above average Florida RV park located conveniently to I 75.  We used it for a layover on our way to Ft. Meyers and found the staff friendly and the park well maintained.  It appears to have a mix of snow birds and short term clients.  It has an asphalt surface and the sites are adequate, but not huge.  It is certainly dog friendly and the hosts came out to play with our dog when they saw him on check in.  Prices are average for Florida in the winter and they do take a Good Sam discount.  It was a little difficult to get in to the park due to road construction, but that should only be temporary.

We enjoyed our stay and would recommend the park.  If convenient we would return.

Blueberry Hill
Blueberry Hill
Our Bus at Blueberry Hill
Our Bus at Blueberry Hill
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6233 Lowery Street, Bushnell, FL, United States
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Woodsmoke Camping Resort

Website:

http://woodsmokecampingresort.com/

Review:

Woodsmoke is a popular RV Park for snow birds.  If you plan to stay there from mid December through the beginning of March you need to make reservations as soon as you can.  The park was full when we were there over Christmas 2015.  It is clean and well maintained, but like most Florida parks the sites are relatively close.  We did feel like we had enough space, and most residents respected that space.  There are certain sections where folks have built semi-permanent homes that they return to every year, but they are well maintained with only a few exceptions. The park is dog friendly and has two dog walk areas located on each end of the park.  It is really located in Estero, but is next to Ft. Meyers and close to the beaches, shopping and all the congestion you would expect in South Florida during the winter.

We had a nice concrete pad and the prices are comparable to other South Florida parks.  The streets are narrow but adequate.  I would advise unhooking your tow vehicle before heading to your site.  On one of the turns we had to back up a little to make it because the end unit occupant had a trailer that stuck out into the roadway a little.  If we wouldn't have unhooked the tow, we couldn't have backed up.

The park has special events every week so there is plenty to do if that is what you like.  We preferred to tour the area. We took our dog to one of the best dog beaches we have been to in Bonita Springs.  Our dog, Montana, ran in the water with other dogs until he could hardly stand up.  Look it up on the internet as it's worth the trip.

Overall, I would rate the park above average and we would definitely return.

19551 Tamiami Trail South, Fort Myers, FL, United States
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Frog City RV Park

Website:

http://www.lafayettervpark.com/

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Frog City RV Park, Daulaut Drive, Duson, LA, United States
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Hollywood Casino - Bay St. Louis

Website:

http://www.hollywoodgulfcoast.com/RV%20Marina

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Hollywood Casino & Resort Gulf Coast, Hollywood Boulevard, Bay St Louis, MS, United States
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Advanced RV Park

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http://www.advancedrvpark.com/

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Advanced RV Resort, South Sam Houston Parkway East, Houston, TX, United States
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Ft. Stockton RV Park

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http://fortstocktonrvpark.com/

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Fort Stockton RV Park, Fort Stockton, TX, United States
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Buckhorn Lake RV Resort Park

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http://www.buckhornlake.com/

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Buckhorn Lake Resort, Goat Creek Road, Kerrville, TX, United States
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Lake Conroe KOA

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http://koa.com/campgrounds/lake-conroe/

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Houston North KOA, Montgomery, TX, United States
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Harrah's Gulf Coast

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https://www.caesars.com/harrahs-gulf-coast

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Harrah's Gulf Coast, Beach Boulevard, Biloxi, MS, United States
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Triple C's Campground

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http://cccscampground.com/

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Triple C's Campground & RV, Flat Creek Road, Chattahoochee, FL, United States
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Bentsen Palms RV Resort

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http://www.bentsenpalm.com/active-adult/rv-resort/

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Bentsen Palm Village RV Resort, South Bentsen Palm Drive, Mission, TX, United States
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Lucky Eagle Casino RV Park

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http://luckyeagletexas.com/

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Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino Hotel, Lucky Eagle Drive, Eagle Pass, TX, United States
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Maverick Ranch RV Resort

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http://www.lajitasgolfresort.com/maverickranch.html

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Maverick Ranch RV Park, Lajitas, TX, United States
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Camp Newmar

Campground at the Newmar factory in Nappanee.  24 full hookups and additional overflow spots on Delaware Ave.  It is first come first served and non-Newmar vehicles can park there for the factory tour.  From spring to late fall sites are at a premium as Newmar customers are taking delivery of new coaches and others are getting service done while heading north or south.

Newmar Corporation, Delaware Street, Nappanee, IN, United States
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Lake Eufaula Campground

Eufaula, AL is a nice little town on the Georgia/Alabama line.  Liz and I had a great dinner at one of the downtown restaurants and really enjoyed our stay in the area.  The campground, however, is only average and could really use some TLC.  The sites are hard packed dirt and it was rainy when were there so muddy places were an issue.  There are quite a few long term residents who were slack in keeping up their sites.  The only way to get 50 amp service was through a box that plugged into two 30 amp plugs and then allowed you to plug your 50 amp cord into it.  The staff was friendly and answered all our questions. 

http://www.lakeeufaulacampground.com/home.html

 

 

Lake Eufaula Campground, West Chewalla Creek Drive, Eufaula, AL, United States
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Hollywood Casino - Tunica, MS

Hollywood Casino has a great campground with concrete pads, full hook ups, with pull through sites available.  It is located adjacent to the Casino/Hotel and costs $25 per night.  there is ample green space for pets and each site provides adequate space between sites.  The access roads in the park are wide and easily maneuverable in any RV.  I would rate it above average.  Sam's Town across the street also has a park priced about the same, but the site spacing is a little closer.  Either Park is above average in overall rating. 

http://www.tunicatravel.com/hotels-tunica/rv-parks/hollywood-casino-rv-park

Hollywood Casino Tunica, Casino Strip Resort Boulevard, Robinsonville, MS, United States
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Sioux Falls KOA

http://koa.com/campgrounds/sioux-falls/

This campground is a stones throw from I 90 and consequently has a lot of traffic noise.  The sites are fairly close but acceptable for a 40 foot motorhome.  We had a pull through site which was long enough for our coach and tow vehicle.  Many of the sites are satellite friendly.  The park has a lot of staff who work hard to get you into your site and make sure everything is right.  The sites are packed pea gravel and ours was level.  The roads in the park are also gravel and there is a small amount of grass between most sites.

Because of the location, it is a very popular park and was nearly full when we were there.  Water, electric and sewer hookups were convenient and worked fine.

I would rate this park as average and one to use as a stop over but not as a destination.  We didn't use the showers or rest rooms. We stayed for two nights.

1401 E Robur Dr, Sioux Falls, SD, United States
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Oakwood RV Park

http://oakwoodrvpark.net/main/

This park was above average overall.  We intended to stay for one night but ended up adding one more for windy conditions and then two more for an Iphone replacement.  The front part of the park has many seasonal and long term residents while the back is more for the traveling RV'er.  Our space was long and easily accommodated the coach and tow vehicle.  The sites are gravel and ours was level. Water, sewer and electric worked fine. 

The sites are different in that neigboring rigs are pulled in from opposite direction and share the same utility area.  At first I thought that the rigs were too close, but as it turns out the closeness on the utility side allows more open space on the door side of the coach.  We actually liked the setup. 

The park is several miles from the highway and requires several turns to find it, but it sets near Clear Lake which is a beautiful and popular vacation destination in Iowa.  It also has a lot of music history as it was the last place Buddy Holly performed before being killed in a plane crash leaving the area.  Very interesting memorial there.

We found the area worth visiting and enjoyed our several day stay there.

5419 240th Street, Clear Lake, IA, United States
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Little Bear campground

http://www.goodsamclub.com/travel/campgroundsandrvparks/generalinfo.aspx?cgid=800002710

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This campground is fine for an overnight stay.  I would rate it as average. The hosts are friendly and it does have a pool.  Our site was level and long enough for coach and tow vehicle.  The sites are packed gravel and the same for the streets.  It is a relatively small park with some long term residents. There is  a pool and plenty of space to walk a dog.

It is right off the highway but the traffic noise was minimal.  The best way to get into the park is through the BP gas station.  The regular entrance is tight but passable for a big rig.

1961 Garfield Ave, West Liberty, IA, United States

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