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05/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
As so many others have stated, this is a top of the line resort. The process was very easy from arrival to departure. Convenient access to public transportation, with the bus station on the premises, and tour info readily available. The sightseeing overview given daily at 4 PM is helpful in getting up to speed quickly. The Star Diner is a little pricey, but a very good feed, with more than ample potions. What kept this from being a 10 in my book? The Internet service. Unfortunately during my 2 week stay, the Wi-Fi proved to be slow and unreliable. But that was about the only negative I experienced, other than sore feet, but that's because of there being too much to see in the area.
05/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice sized sites, although my pull through had quite a slope to it, but was very level side to side. There was easy access to the Interstate, and not far to the area's attractions. It was an added bonus to buy Williamsburg tickets at the campground, and get out of standing in what can be a very long line at the visitor center. Staff was very helpful and pleasant, and overall it was a positive experience. As a prior reviewer said, it does take a bit of planning to pull in and out with a big trailer, (mine is 58' overall), but it is manageable. I would stay here again, happily.
05/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
I didn't get a chance to enjoy the park as much as I would have liked, due to other activities in the area, but is was very peaceful, and the staff were very helpful. The only thing that kept me from giving this a 10 was the Wi-Fi, which while it worked well, required re-logging every 2 hours. And also, there is little to no cellular service out there. I would stay here again.
04/2012
rating [ 8/10 ]
Overall a nice campground, although the "big rig access" should be taken with a grain of salt. My trailer is 44 feet long, and I found it very tight, although doable in Loop A. Forget about the other ones, the sites there are entirely too small. One thing to bear in mind, it will cost you $1 a trip to go from the mainland to Pensacola Beach, and $8 to get back to the campground, although that last figure is for a week.
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