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TravelPod Member ReviewsOutdoor Resorts at Orlando, Inc. Clermont
Although we were only here for a couple of days, it's a place we could easily enjoy staying for a longer period of time. People seem quite friendly, even though we were clearly "transients" in what is almost a 95% seasonal/ permanent park. It's beautifully kept up, and our site, which backed up to a canal which leads to Lake Davenport, was lovely, although not very well suited for big rigs pulling in and out frequently, with a dead-end at one end of the street, and tight quarters for backing in and pulling out around trees and permanent dwellings!
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