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Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Bass Lake RV Campground, Dillon, South Carolina

Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $16.00
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We used this campground for an overnight on our way north from Florida. The left turn from the I 95 exit is a challenge, have to get across 4 lanes of busy highway. Our site was long and level, 30 amp (no 50 available). We were able to keep toad connected. We were close enough to the office to get wifi at our site, but we were under a large pine tree so no roof sat for TV. The staff was pleasant, walked us to our site, and pointed out the bath house and laundry. We did not use either, as it poured rain all night, we opted to use our own. The rate was PA $16, cash only for 1 night stay. Basic campground, good for an overnight. We will use again. We camped at Bass Lake RV Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Treasure Coast RV Park & Campground, Fort Pierce, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $35.00
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Top notch in most aspects, except the WIFI. The WIFI is unreliable, and slow, if you can get on. Terrible, plan to bring your own access if internet is important. Everything else is great, the pool is sparkling clean. Dog owners have only a small area in the front designated as a dog walk - not close at all for most campers and their dogs to get to - and there is no fenced area for the dogs to be off leash. Dogs are welcome, just a small area for relief! We camped at Treasure Coast RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Small Country Campground, Louisa, Virginia

Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $25.00
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We used Passport America, super site w/50amp,w/s for $25 per night, no limit to # of PA days. The roads to the campground from I-64 are narrow, but manageable. Check in was OK, but we were not given any info about Sat TV or Wi-Fi. The big rig sites are a gravel parking lot, nothing pretty about them other than good utilities. If you have a Sat dish, this area is where you want to park. The campground layout can be confusing, site access is ill defined, some sites are way out of level. Some of the wooded sites are not big rig friendly, but suitable for smaller units. Family friendly. We camped at Small Country Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Luray KOA (formerly Luray RV Resort Country Waye), Luray, Virginia

Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $46.00
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This is a great campground, and could be a "10" with a couple of tweaks. First, it would be nice to get a welcome packet for campground layout, etc and include local sights/dining, etc. Big rigs can get around OK, but the interior roads are very narrow, no way 2 vehicles can pass each other. We found the owners to be very friendly and helpful. They take great pride in their campground, the grounds and landscaping are very well maintained. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Some sites are sat friendly, so if that is important, tell them when you make your reservation. The book exchange is one of the most organized I have ever seen, excellent selections. The signage to the campground is excellent. Overall, a great camping experience. We camped at Luray KOA (formerly Luray RV Resort Country Waye) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Mayberry Campground, Mount Airy, North Carolina

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $24.00
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This is our second stay here, we used PA 2 nights and regular rate for 2 nights. Cash for PA nights, CC accepted for regular rates. We asked at check in which sites have the strongest Wi-Fi signal, we were told it is good everywhere. Not so, the site we selected had a very poor signal, wish we had better info from the staff before we selected our spot. Verizon cell signal is extended network, so we could not use that connection. Now, for the good stuff, hookups are laid out logically and are in excellent working order. The pull through sites are long and level. The owners are hard working, friendly folks. Easy access from I-77 and I-74. We would return. We camped at Mayberry Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Tom Johnson Campground, Marion, North Carolina

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $30.00
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We needed a minor repair on our slide out, and decided to extend our stay to sight see the area. The sites are spacious, and some back up to a creek. Level concrete pads and paved roads make easy site setup. Hookup location is good and work as expected. This CG is not a 10 because; no picnic table at site, no Wi-Fi at site, and the only bath house is a long way from most sites. We camped at Tom Johnson Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Creekwood Farm RV Park, Waynesville, North Carolina

Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $29.00
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Our rate is based on the weekly plus PA (3 nights). The park is right off I-40, easy access. There is some road noise, not from I-40, but from the road in front of the CG, logging trucks entering a lumber facility across the street. You can hear the mill, but both trucks and mill are daytime only. Check in is friendly and efficient, and since most sites are back ins, if you are a MH towing, unhook at check in. The back in sites are 90 degree from a narrow road, but the CG staff is very good at guiding you in. The site size is good, not overly spacious, but more than adequate. Creek side sites are more costly, they are beautiful. If you don't want to pay extra, you can access the creek area via a footbridge. The staff and guests are very friendly. There is entertainment (about once a week), Saturday breakfast, and bingo/cards. There is no pool or playground so the crowd is on the older side, but we did see some kids. The cable and Wi-Fi worked perfectly. The owners/staff keep the CG well manicured. We will definitely return, the location is great and the CG is lovely. We camped at Creekwood Farm RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Raccoon Valley RV Park - Escapees Rainbow Park, Heiskell, Tennessee

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $15.00
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This is an Escapee park that is open to any camper. It is an easy on/off I-75. I would rate a park like this - basic, clean, full hookups - a "7", bumped it up to an "8" because of price ($15) and friendly staff/guests. The rate is based on weekly Escapee member, 50 amp w/cable, and tax. That is a real bargain these days. Site was long and level, but some are not as level. Hookups worked, but awkward positioning. The cable had lots of channels and was very clear. There is a $ Wi-Fi, we did not use that, our Verizon signal was good so we connected with that. They do not take reservations, just show up and stay as long as you want, very relaxed atmosphere. We will return when in the area. We camped at Raccoon Valley RV Park - Escapees Rainbow Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Spring Lake RV Resort, Crossville, Tennessee

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $29.00
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Like previous posters, this is a great little campground. At check in, the owner offered us some free tomatoes from their garden. We were escorted to our site and guided into our back in. All hookups are in good working order. The free Wi-Fi is excellent and cable TV is clear with a wide selection of channels. Our Verizon had a good signal and our satellite dish had a clear sky. We would definitely return. We camped at Spring Lake RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga, Rossville, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $33.00
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This campground served as our base to visit Chattanooga area. We had a pull through site. Glad we disconnected at check in, as our site was not long enough for RV plus toad. We had all the campground electrical boxes in our "front yard." We could not even extend our awning, other sites were much better. The hookups are located near the back of the site. Water/electric/sewer all good however, our cable TV did not work. The staff called the cable company, by that afternoon we had cable. The Wi-Fi was terrible, useless. GPS tip: it will bring you to a mobile park, keep going. The campground is a bit further down the road. There is good signage. We would return. We camped at Holiday Travel Park of Chattanooga in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Timber Ridge Resort, Cleveland, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $20.00
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Rate is Passport America, $20 plus a daily $5 activity charge, for a total of $25 per night. We did not use any of the recreation, but still a good price. But, we have a mixed review of this campground. We had a reservation, arrived at the security gate, checked our reservation and gave us our activity passes. That was it, no campground map or any other information. We should have been told to unhook the toad by the boat launch, but not knowing, we didn't. You are not assigned a site, just drive around and find one. This campground is not big rig friendly, it is doable, but we were out of our comfort zone trying to maneuver around the campground, unhook the toad and pick a site. All sites are back-ins, the roads are narrow and hilly, and lots of trees. It is a challenge to get into a site. If you don't have a golf cart, you need to drive to the recreation - pools, boats, clubhouse, etc. Now for the positives; the staff and guests were very friendly and helpful. The utilities were in good working order, good cable TV(too many trees for sat dish). Our verizon cell had a strong signal. There is no Wi-Fi at your site, I think there might be a hotspot, but with little campground information, I don't know where. The location is great for touring the northern GA mountains. I don't think we would return, simply because it was too tight for us. We camped at Timber Ridge Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Stone Mountain Park, Stone Mountain, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $45.00
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We used Passport America for 1 night of our 3 night stay. Check in was good, but the staff told us we had a back in, it was a pull in - caused some confusion as we got to our site. The site was level, utilities in good working order. There were 2 dead trees, one of each side of our site, that were marked with a big red X. I imagine they will be cut down at some point, they need to come down now. There was a tent area near the big rig sites, but no path for the tent people to access the bath house, so they cut through the RV sites - occupied or not. I don't blame the tent people, the campground needs to provide a path. The free Wi-Fi was very weak and slow at our site, even just checking email was a test of patience. Oddly, our Verizon signal was also erratic and weak, could make calls but several were dropped. We enjoyed our stay, we used the free shuttle, it was right on schedule every time. If you are a big rig, don't follow your GPS, use the directions from their web site. We would return. We camped at Stone Mountain Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Americus KOA (formerly Brickyard Plantation Golf Club & RV Park), Americus, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $15.00
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This is a basic campground, not fancy, but it is well maintained and all utilities are in good working order. There is Wi-Fi, a bit weak but OK, and no cable. There is plenty of open sky for sat dish. We paid the Passport America rate, making this a good deal. Our site was long and level, park on gravel with neatly mowed grass between sites. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We did not play golf, the gnats were so bad. The gnats are everywhere, it is NOT a campground issue, it is just the season and the location. Deep Woods made being outdoors bearable. The park is pretty far off I 75, but Rt 280 is a good road leading to the park. We would not use this campground for an overnight, but it served as a great home base to visit the sites in the area. We would return. We camped at Americus KOA (formerly Brickyard Plantation Golf Club & RV Park) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Eagle's Roost RV Resort, Lake Park, Georgia

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $34.00
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We used this campground for an overnight stop, and think we caught them on an "off" night. At check in, the staff was very nice, we were told they were upgrading the electric in 1 section. Evidently other sections were also affected. We were directed to a premium site, and power was good. The office staff took our cell number, knowing we were going out to dinner and we have a pet that would be left in the RV. They would call if there were any more power problems. Very thoughtful. We did get notice that the following morning power in some sections and the water at all sites would be off. We left a bit earlier in the morning to miss all of that. The cable TV was clear. When we got back from dinner, it was very fuzzy: most channels were unwatchable. Maybe part of the electric problem? Our site was a concrete driveway, plenty long, and level. Upgrades are a good thing, and giving them the benefit of the doubt, we would return. We camped at Eagle's Roost RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 124
States Visited: 30
Helpful Reviews: 1

Elite Resorts at Citrus Valley, Clermont, Florida

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $18.00
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I have reviewed this park before, and I want to add a few more details. First, the summer rate is a great deal, $120 for the week. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our site was a level pull through, utilities positioned a bit awkward (but not so on the back ins), all in good working order. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are excellent. A couple of things keep me from giving this park a 10. 1. There are no picnic table at the sites. 2. There are very few (6) lounge chairs around the lovely, clean pool. 3. And last, there is a lack of attention to the grounds around the sites. (The common areas had nice landscaping.) The grass is clumpy crabgrass. They do mow, but do not "edge." I know this is an ownership park, and it does appear that the lots individually owned, are landscaped by the owners. The "transient" spaces need a bit more attention. The location is good for Disney. We would definitely return the next time we are in the area. We camped at Elite Resorts at Citrus Valley in a Motorhome.

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