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Smokey Hollow Campground

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Fun, kid friendly park. Lots to do. Friendly staff, permanents and semi annuals. Nice sites. Clean facilities. Shopping cart and tram rides were alot of fun for all. Food/drinks were great. Will definitely go back
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I brought my whole family for the week of July 4th. Ages ranged from 7 months to 78 yrs! There was something to do for everyone! Service is great and cabins are beautiful. I’m sure it’s not easy to run a huge place like this. Lots of people and problems trying to make everyone
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My daughter was doing one of the events at Smokey Hollows and one of the seasonal residents was not paying attention and ran over my daughter with a golf cart. The resident showed NO remorse, went to blame my wife and we were told by the park staff to file a report in the
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This is our first visit at Smokey Hollow. We stayed here with a group of 4 other families with a combination of cabin and tent sites. Our kids are all 9 and under. We’ve been to KOAs, Yogi Bears, but Smokey Hollow has now become our favorite! The campground has great trees and
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Used to take my grandkids there. They loved it! However, it is no longer affordable for our families. Seems like the new consulting service has - Skyler and Assc.- have gotten a bit greedy. I base my opinion on the similarities of his touted success story properties. Add in
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They were open by 8:30 in the morning. I believe they closed at 10.
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Shower prices start at 50 cents, and go up from there, depending on how long a shower you want. From 5 minutes to longer.
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"Bring a beach chair to the beach as they are usually all taken up by people who put towels on them never to return"
"Again - not a hotel. Rental places around the pond would be noisy."
"Try the alternative housing types: yurt; covered wagon; rock star bus."
"Rooms that are lake front will usually see more traffic and have more noise. Avoid if kids playing out from sunrise to sunset bug you."
"the yurts!"
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