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This section of the FT is quite a nice walk, and I assume that most individuals looking at a site on the trail, are looking at Gator Hole. As far as backcountry campsites go, you really can't ask for much better than Gator Hole especially as a beginner, or a more leisurely camping group. It is only…
HBR State Park is what it is, as far as camping goes. The car campground is as expected from places like this. Lots of RV campers, sites that are quite close to each other, and rock-hard ground from being packed down by heavy vehicles day after day. If you plan on ground sleeping in the campground,…
A lot of shady characters and drugs. Dirty bathrooms. Dumpster only trash receptacle.
Stayed here for a month, upon getting there attendant saw my dog and kinda snarky with the rules. Expect the water to just shut off on you early in the morning every other day due to maintenance. No one cleans up after their dogs and the trash cans/dumpster is always full. Sites flood pretty bad.
Our favorite so far. These sites are beautiful! Concert pads and large grassy areas on each one Most had shade trees. Only 27 sites. The bathhouse was always clean. Ranger Arron was very nice and helpful! Alot of jeepers camp here. Lots of clay roads to ride on. We'll definitely go back!
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This was a very nice swimming and paddle boat park on the Hillsborough River when I was a kid.As a family we visited many times. Now everything is closed down except camping, hiking, canoeing if you bring your own. But still a nice place to camp. Better if not during rainy season here in…
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We love State and County parks. This is our favorite county park it is very clean and close to restaurants grocery stores. It has a nice spring to swim in. Several sites are on the river.
Very nice place to stay. Stayed a month and a few days. Paid mthly rate plus elec.... Staff was very friendly and helpful! Lot's of shade!!
First of all, locked gate. You have to make a free reservation to get the combination. I camped at the primitive side. At the fork bare right then immediately turn right. You'll see the Port-a-John. Port-John was clean with TP. But who doesn't carry TP with them. The grass needed to be cut, it was…
Overall, very nice. Each site is well kept with water & electric. Sites include a cement slab for parking, picnic table and fire pit. Warning!!!! Do not park any vehicle on the grass (not even part of your tire!) The campground host will ask you to move your vehicle / trailer and inform the…
Nice little resort. About 100 sites including park models. Place is very clean & well maintained. Sites are close but everyone is very friendly.
We loved the large sites. And pretty private. Wooded areas between sites. Nice clean restrooms and showers. Only 2 showers in the ladies bath house. It's old but clean. But it's sapose to be no pets. And a camper near us had a very large dog in a cage that barked all day. Very annoying. Bad area…
Upon arrival during evening hours, your greeted by a gentleman with dementia, who will have you up a tree if you can't drive your rig.
If at all possible, DO NOT PAY BEFORE learning the rules; and there's lots.
Despite what your told over phone, or in person, don't bet on it. Your assumed…
Very friendly and helpful staff! The park is small, parking is crammed, and there’s a lot of older trailers but overall it’s a great location. This is our go to location when we have appointments at Bay Pines VA!
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I’m a long termer. The males that “run” this park are over aggressive, spending all their time enforcing rules like the ex cops that they are. They have a problem with me being a 38 year old retired Vet. Highly not recommended. I’m looking to leave immediately.