RE:Cypress Cove, Lake Como or Paradise Lakes, Which is your favorite and why?

Thank you for writing this complete review. Very helpful.
I would like to thank you as well! It was very informative.
I do wish CC had nature trails, we may need to visit LC for a day just for hiking and to check out both LC and PL, Then on to CC for the remainder of our Nacation.
My wife and I really love it there!
It's going to seem different without Gary the bartender though.

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RE:Cypress Cove, Lake Como or Paradise Lakes, Which is your favorite and why?

Thank you for writing this complete review. Very helpful.I would like to thank you as well! It was very informative.I do wish CC had nature trails, we may need to visit LC for a day just for hiking and to check out both LC and PL, Then on to CC for the remainder of our Nacation.My wife and I really love it there!It's going to seem different without Gary the bartender though.

We went in October (for Nude-a-palooza), after Gary had left. Cheeks itself is completely redone, too. We ended up spending lots of time in Cheeks since it was a rainy weekend. Really messed up the band schedule on Saturday. They still have the concert on the schedule for this year with TBD after it. Cant imagine it will happen, though. Either way, we have to cancel our trip. Cant leave New England unless we want to quarantine 14 days when we get back.

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RE:Cypress Cove, Lake Como or Paradise Lakes, Which is your favorite and why?

We don't really have a lot of resort experiences. but once we met the CC. We fell in love so much that we have returned there so many times that I don't even remember them. I share the opinion that natural trails would be wonderful. also having the land and place to do it. otherwise it is simply a paradise!

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RE:Cypress Cove, Lake Como or Paradise Lakes, Which is your favorite and why?

We visited Paradise Lakes 3 years ago. It has had a reputation so we later learned there was more of an open sexual nature but we saw none of that in a pool at 3am once . No biggie to us really. I'm not picky about food but one is held captive back then to ordering out of the bar and let's say I didn't or couldn't finish anything. They do have a restaurant that is open a couple days a week and it was "OK". No outside food or beverages were allowed to be brought in. We ubered to local seafood and other places and that was a nice part they let uber into the gated community.
It was a fun atmosphere with friendly staff and so was the owner we met. If your on a budget it is a lot cheaper than Cypress

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