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rating [ 6/10 ]
Rate reflects Passport America rate. Pros: WiFi is pay-as-you-go. Good, fairly quiet park except in am some traffic noise. No cable but get several stations on antenna (didn't bother with sat dish, so many trees),. Pretty scenery under the big pines. Cons: Bathhouse, laundry & clubroom is filthy & rundown. Shower drains backup when washers empty. Site not level for 40 ft RV (and few can accommodate a big rig at all). Interior roads poor shape for big rigs and roads to the campground narrow & bumpy. Will find a more convenient location for Birmingham sightseeing next time.
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice facilities, level concrete pads. Wi-Fi did not work well unless you were in the office area. Only two showers for the entire park, people always waiting for an open one. Walk to beaches & restaurants, but the noise from the bands until 2 am (or later) on Thurs-Sat was tough to handle. We stayed a month, wished we hadn't committed to that length before knowing about the loud music. Lots of locals come to camp & party on weekends too. Will try somewhere else next time.
rating [ 7/10 ]
Please note that this RV park does not have any restrooms or showers. I guess we just take that for granted for a park that charges $30 a night regular rate (50% discount for certain memberships).
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very enjoyable park, loved looking across at the horses in the green pasture. One more note on directions, however. When you take the Nicholson Dr exit off of I-10 East (aka Hwy 30, exit 155A) be sure to veer to the right at the fork just as soon as you exit I-10 and not to the left or you will end up on Highland Dr and be in a real predicament to get back to Nicholson Dr. Take the right fork, you will not have enough time to read the sign that is partially covered by trees.
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