1. David McDonald

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    Drive-in style park that sits under large, tall pine trees. Late arrivals are on your own. Hairpin turns flanked by large pine trees. Tall dark pine trees flanking narrow roadway damaged my passenger mirror and 4 cargo/basement doors on driver’s door along very dark and sharp turn at fork in the road. No WiFi codes, because they forgot to leave a map (why not just post a map on the window?) and no cable in site A2. Thank God the place was empty which allowed us to use the 5000′ pull thru that had each site front to back, all on the same row. Very noisy from I-75 being so close and the trees are too tall to block any of the sirens that wail all night long.Oh yeah, cash or check only – no credit cards.Probably great for all the full time residents “up the hill” but big rigs beware, my adventure costed me $$$thousands$$$ in damages that could have been avoided with a little assistance from the management, or some lighting along the roadway, or directions posted on office window, or friendly residents who were aware of the dangers, or a map.We found a great little place just up I-75 called the “Inn & Out RV Park” with fuel, great food, true pull-thrus, quiet spaces, friendly staff, open ’til midnight, and they take credit cards.

  2. Chaplain Christina Johnson

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    I lived here as a kid I do not know if Harold is still there He had awesome birds. One was a big Blue one named Holy had a hole on top of its head and when you said Midnight Jump Holy would Jump I Loved that bird and The Owner always treated me with Kindness

  3. Jessica Dickerson

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    This is a simple campground with no fuss but full amenities. The nose to tail sites make it easy to maneuver even the longest motor home. The open space is great for kids to run and play and they have a virtual zoo of animals to observe. Exotic birds are in an area near check in, then there are goats, donkeys, horses, peacock (can be disturbing around 7:00 a.m. – tends to squawk but not much) and even an emu. I’ve probably missed something so come check it out for yourself. It is just off I-75 but the highway traffic is not disturbing. This is our third time staying here and we come here every time we come to the Gainesville area.

  4. A Google User

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    The nose to tail parking was easy to manuver. The onsite propane was also convenient. Big open fields for kids to kick soccer ball. We would come back.

  5. A Google User

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    The nose to tail parking was easy to manuver. The onsite propane was also convenient. Big open fields for kids to kick soccer ball. We would come back.