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Very adequate overnight spot going north or south on Interstate 75. Previous reviews seemed mixed but actually correct. Interstate is 100 ft. away. Noisy at times and could feel vibrations of some passing trucks. Partially blocked by motel. Quieter as evening went on. No spot in park is really immune from the noise. Lots were large but with slopes. Level, side-to-side, but leveling required front to back. Cable worked very well; wifi, slow, as in most campgrounds. Shopping and restaurants in close proximity. Very few transient rv'rs, most folks appeared to be long term. Front desk was friendly.

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Excellent amenities. Big sites. Right on water's edge, bay side. We staged from her to do Miami, the Everglades, Marathon and Key West. The caveat here is the park has been purchased to redevelop into individual Vacation Homes. Development did not go as originally planned so has reopened as RV campground. Supposedly this RV resort will only be open until May 1st. This was high season, so rates were highest we have ever paid. Was able to get reservations within a week of arrival. Only 1/3 full.

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Older resort. Units mostly permanent. Very tightly packed in. Mostly Canadians from Quebec. Everyone was very friendly. We were within 3 miles of big box shopping. Half-way between Naples and Marco Island on 41. We staged from here to Ft. Myers, Naples, Marco, and the West entrance to the Everglades. Worked very well. Franchise Campground one mile down the road was $40 more per night, so if we return here we would look to get in here. Activities ongoing all the time and we were well received.

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First rate camping amenities and staff! Spent a week here. Located in south Lakeland so near Orlando and Tampa. Strawberries were in season so many visits to Parksdale Farms for shortcake. Park is half snowbirds, half campers. Most snowbirds were from Ontario and extremely friendly. Lots of camper community activities ongoing all the time. Plenty of space available. Owner had raised rates previous year, so more spaces were available, but the current rate is certainly in line with other rates we paid throughout Florida. Will make this our Central Florida home from now on.

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First of all, there are 2 Shipshewana Campgrounds in Shipshewana. North is the smaller but in this reviewers opinion the better. The other puts campers right on top of each other, and has much less shade. North is 3 miles north of town. Shady. Bathrooms were spotless. Ice cream store on premises. This is a great Amish community with buggies everywhere! We had a great visit, as our camper is a Jayco, so we were able to take a factory tour while we were here, also. Great services. Artsy town.

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First of all, PA members pay half of what I did. Second, online registration and web page design are very slick, implying a 'great' resort. Not so. It does have a swimming pond, putt putt. Playground for the kids and a small store, but they are old and tired. Hence I would grudgingly say it is a 'resort'. Roads in are washboard. Almost all seasonal to permanent sites. Transients are put into a field, which is OK. Honey wagon runs for free on MWF. Bathrooms are cinder block and I barely fit into a commode stall. The location really is good. Lake Ontario is 12 miles north, Lockport is a must, the Falls are 20 miles away, and Buffalo is 29 miles away. Services are within 5 miles, and there are several wineries within 5-8 miles. Service was helpful. Spent 3 nights here. Would do so again.

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If you are looking for a safe, quiet place to sleep while going from east-to-west NY this will do. Fulton is near the top of central NY so does not get much rv traffic. This is a city park. Hit it in dry season so everything looked dead. Warnings everywhere not to swim in the lake or allow animals anywhere near the water. Permanent problem with blue algae, which can cause ALS. Most of campers appeared to be lower income, permanent residents. However everyone was plenty friendly and staff was helpful. Probably least appealing campground we have used, but decent enough. Fulton is on the Erie Canal, has interesting history.

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Saw the bad review in July. Our experience was satisfactory. Spent two nights here. They advertise on really clean restrooms and they were new and spotless. Mostly seasonal. Map is bad. Most roads end in cul-de-sacs. Our site was large, level. Water pressure was very good. WiFi everywhere is spotty, because of so many users, but ours was mostly OK. Transients are put in fairly accessible sites. Staff we dealt with were friendly and helpful. I booked via phone but was never sent an e-mail confirmation. They replied confirmations often go to spam and Google has not worked with them to fix the problem. I never saw it in my spam, so do not know. We would stay here again. It is closest to Lake George Village.

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High-season rate. Sites very big and level. Hiker hostel on site. For shear beauty while sitting fireside this campground has few equals. Built on the slope of a hill, facing a mountain across the way was absolutely perfect. Thirty minute drive to Mt. Washington, Cog Railway, Mt. Washington Resort (patio dining with view of Mt. Washington) and North Conway. Could sit at your campsite and watch the Saturday evening movie! Mostly seasonal campers, but they were mostly in wooded spaces while transients were on the open hillside.

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Echo other reviews. Adequate facilities. Toilet pits, concrete showers. Lots of tent campers so park facilities were heavily used. We have a tote cart for sewer, so had to 'tote' my cart over gravel about 1/4 mile. We camped in a meadow, which was actually very quaint. Water pressure was not very good and on our second night water pressure went away altogether. Better next morning. In talking with camp staff water seems to be a periodic issue. Still, scenic, convenient to Freeport and we would stay here again.

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Seasonal rate. Well laid out. Mixed shade/cleared. Christmas in July was going on while we were here. 'Santa' owns the park. He held court, in costume and real beard while we were here. Santa even cooked pancakes for anyone for breakfast! Easy to maneuver around and into sites. Did not check out restrooms. We drove into Boston. CG right on I495. North on 495 then East on 90. Took us right downtown. Service here was exceptional. I needed a tire and they called several places to get me pointed in right direction.

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Good spot to do day trips to Newport, R.I., Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Plymouth and Cape Cod. Caters mostly to seasonal campers. Family owned and maintained. Staff were friendly and helpful. See homemade video located on webpage. Campgrounds do not quite live up to the video. An average campground. Very dusty during our stay due only to lack of rain. Campsites are right on top of each other and extra care is required to back into tight sites. They do not rent to campers older than 2002 because of the age. Humorously, lots and lots of rules. The sinks were push down cold water.

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Closest park in for visits to Annapolis and D.C. Have stayed here twice in past two years for that reason. This park is on bottom of my list of positive experiences with KOA parks. Staff was indifferent and otherwise pre-occupied. Large group of scouts tented, so staff could not keep ahead as pertains to cleaning restrooms. Did not pick up trash on site as other KOAs have done, no community building or evening activities. Their big plus is a bus ride into and out of D.C. Daily, for $13 each. I can settle for less campground service for the less stress of commuting into and out D.C.

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Most affordable campground in vicinity of New York City. Went into the City by train to Penn Station; one hour ride, which we picked up just south in Dover. Park is scenic, well kept. Staff and hours of operation are part time, so repeated efforts to contact are required. Bathrooms are 'rustic', showers less so. Hilly, but sites are level front to back and a little off side-to-side. Not an issue with one or two minimal ramp. We have a 27 ft. 5th wheel and backing into site was tedious. Sites are big and well layed out, just a little too sharp of an entry given trees opposite which are right at the road. Would stay here again. No shopping or amenities to speak of outside park. We enjoyed a relaxing afternoon just 'camping'!

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Excellent stopover. Two years old. Friendly, excellent staff. I needed to borrow a ladder and they brought me one in 15 minutes. Level pads. Back in and pull throughs. Had a deer walk through campsite! About 3 miles off I-85.