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    This state park is absolutely beautiful. You feel like you are surrounded by saw palmettos which are everywhere and makes the park enchanting. The bathhouses are first class. Lots of places to ride bikes. A very nice palmetto nature trail, a cypress swamp and each site affords privacy. Lots of wildlife and birds too. Saw an alligator sunning himself, 3 wild hogs in the swamp, turtles, a hermit thrush, yellow-rumped warblers flying out over the pond to catch their insects, pileated woodpecker, red-bellied woodpecker, an opossum–that is just within 3 days. I’m sure I will see more since I go out everyday with my camera to capture nature. I highly recommend this state park.

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    Great new state park (3 year old).Even strong wi-fi is available across the park!All brand new ameneties. The cabines for 6 at 120$ a night are also great.

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    We had a nice walk this afternoon on the nature trail. The trail surface is mostly gravel and is well maintained, just a few spots where the swamp is trying to edge its way in. Good birding, and a few aligators in the lake – one mother and juvenile (3-4′). What a bargain for just $1 entrance fee.

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    Absolutely overrun by mosquitoes. I understand that it’s normal to have some of them around but this is insane! You can’t go outside without about 50 of them getting into your RV. Sites are decent mostly flat and gravel.

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    Nice for the price. Not great hiking though.