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Previous review by JGS is spot on. I confirm those comments.

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Great for big rigs and families. Well groomed campground with large wooded sites that are separated nicely. Water and Electric (50 amp available) with central dump station. Gas station/store within walking distance has most anything you want (fresh steaks to alcohol). Very reasonable kayak and canoe rentals. Great beach and swimming area. No ATT cell service and most sites cannot view satellites for TV. Good free WiFi hot spot at office.

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Plenty of room for Big Rigs. Easy in and out. Full hook-up with 50 amp service. Rate reflects some days with Passport America or Good Sam discounts. WiFi was very good at full-hook-up sites. Clear view for Sat TV.

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Rate based on week long stay. Campsites are all back-in sites with some 50 amp, 30 amp, and primitive campgrounds. Wides spaces on grass with fire rings and picnic tables. Nice hiking around the area and easy drive to Niagara Falls and Canada. Fresh water points all around camp site and some may be close enough to hook to to refill tanks. AT&T service was marginal. Some shade and with careful planning you can get satellite TV.

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Spent Memorial Day weekend here. The campground has several campsites large enough for big rigs with 30 amp (and at least one 50 amp) electric hook-ups. There is a central fresh water point and no dump station. Big rigs need to use caution entering this area as Pennsylvania DOT has randomly placed "10 Ton Load Limits" on almost all roads (even gravel roads ???) not designated as truck routes. Most bridges do not have any weight limit signs, but a few do creating more confusion. Avoid Gregg Road as it is very steep, washboard, and mostly gravel. We entered this area from Marienville, PA. The campground is well maintained with hiking, trout fishing, swimming, and canoeing/floating nearby. There is a bathroom at the main campground picnic area with a nice hot shower and several flush toilets, all kept very clean. AT&T cell coverage can only be found at the upper primitive campground. The pool is actually a creek fed swimming area built in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Great place to teach the kids about our history and experience a swim with the fishes.

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Rate is for weekly stay for 40 foot motorhome in deluxe campsite creekside. Level spots with shade trees and very little highway noise. Close to restaurants/shopping/fuel. Nice grass areas, 50amp full hook-up with 48 cable channels, picnic tables, BBQ, trash can at site, and laundry room. Trees blocked satellite TV, but that is site dependent. Very nice location for overnight or lengthy stays. Expect it to be full during college football season.

     

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Swan Creek

Tanner, Alabama

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Several full hook up sites with 50amp, water, sewer located on front side of park. Mobile homes are on back side. Quiet and level sites. Some have better concrete pads than others. Good laundry room. Very large underground storm shelter is on site. Good Verizon/ATT cell service. Clear line of sight for Sat TV and local channels are clear. Not much around the park, but easy drive to Athens or Decatur. Price based on weekly basis.