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If you get the right site, this is a great place to stay. We had a beautiful backin wooded site and the sites along the waters edge were good too. But some of the sites are doubles - two campers on one long site and they are VERY tight. And some of the sites are along the road which is very dusty. The staff is great. You can walk down several paths to see the marsh and the waterfront which is quite nice. The park is very quiet.

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This park has a lot of permanent residents but everyone is very friendly. You can get three over the air TV stations from Maine if you are lucky. No wifi. Nice pool and activities on the weekends. You can walk down to the beach and it is just beautiful. Your dog will love it - not too many rules here and a very pleasant place to stay. There are not too many sites with a full hookup 50 amp, but if you can get by with 30 amp for a few days, there are some lovely sites on the water.

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We stayed here before and just loved it, but you can't go home again. Last time we were here it was September and there were not many people in the park, so we got a great site on the waterfront. This time the park was packed and the sites are very close together. The only thing we asked for when we made our reservation was that we face the water and we did not. We went to the office and asked to be moved, but there really wasn't anywhere to move - the park was jammed. But the staff is nice, they have a restaurant that is open on Saturdays and they have fish frys on the weekend. It is very convenient to go to Eastport. I probably would not stay here again just because the sites are so close together, but is the only option in the area. They say they have wifi, but is impossible to use - we even went up the office and it was so slow we ended up going to the library to connect.

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This is a nice place to stay, shady and lots of fun for the kids. We had to move out of a 30 amp site to one of the few 50 amps because the voltage was so low, but they were very nice about it and moved us right away. There is a firetruck for the kids to ride and lots of beautiful places to walk - you can go right down to the Androscoggin River and it is just lovely.

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This is my new place to stay. Everything about it was wonderful: large sites looking at Lake Champlain, beautiful pool, nice rec room, bands, dances, catered dinners, spotless bathrooms, friendly staff, excellent camp store, convenient to everything, great place for your dog. There is also a nine hole, par 3 golf course in the park.

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The only thing this place has going for it is the view of Lake Ontario. You pay a premium for a "lakefront" site but most of them are blocked by bushes and are peripheral at best. The entire park is filthy. There is goose poop everywhere and the sites located at the front of the park smell like sewage and rotten lake matter. There is trash all along the lakefront. There was an old tire along the road the entire time we were here, and no one removed it. The dog park was disgusting: very small and full of waste. The second day we were here, there was a dead fish in the dog park and it was never removed either. The manager came out and yelled at the children on the jump pillow with a bullhorn. The staff was mostly rude and was not very happy to be asked about anything. The park was very overpriced and the sites were extremely narrow. I would never stay here again.

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They only have about three, 50 amp full service sites and they are right out front, so at first I was a little disappointed in our site. But by the time we left, I had decided I would be glad to stay there again. There is a large field in front of the park that separates you from the road and a beautiful farm across the road, so it is quiet at night. The family that owns, could not be nicer or more accommodating and work hard to keep the place spotless and come up with all kinds of stuff to do on the weekends. They had outdoor movies, bingo, free watermelon, cooked pizza to order. Our stay here was an excellent experience.

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This is an older park but they are doing their best to make everyone's stay pleasant. We were in the front in the big rig area which is basically a big open field in site of the road. The sites that are more shaded are very tight and would be hard for a large camper to navigate. There was not much road noise at night, though there is a train that comes through blowing its horn every weeknight about 3 a.m., so that can be a little hard on your sleeping! But we enjoyed our stay. They have all kinds of things for kids to do on the weekends and we would stay here again. It is convenient to Watkins Glen and Corning. It is very dog friendly also.

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If you have children, you will love it here - there are all kinds of things to do. But because of that, it is very noisy and busy. There is a lot of road noise also. But the staff was very friendly and helpful and the showers were spotless with plenty of hot water. Also, they give you an arm band when you check in and they are very adamant about you having that with you at all times.

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We stayed here before about five years ago and loved it. We have a larger fifth wheel now and the weather was hotter, so we found the 30 amp service to be completely inadequate. Also the sites were made for much smaller campers so we had very few options. When we told the management that we could not stay because of the voltage problems, they could not have been nicer and refunded our money immediately.

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We felt this park was very overpriced. We asked for a pull thru where we would not have to disconnect and we barely fit. The campground is directly on a very busy road and is quite noisy. There is also a cattle auction facility at the front and it is noisy and draws a lot of flies. I would not stay here again.

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This campground is basically an open lot beside the road. There are a few trees but not many. The sites are level and big enough for comfort. Lots of worker type seasonal residents. Pretty significant road noise. Very convenient to the town of Appomattox and the Confederate Museum.

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This campground is somewhat dated, but it is neat and clean and quiet. We just stayed overnight and we would stop here again.

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On the plus side, the park is well maintained and there are lots of amenities and activities. If you have children, you might love it. But I would not stay here again. The office staff is not overly friendly or helpful. No one takes you to your site. They put large RVs in spaces that they will barely fit in, and everyone parks their vehicles all over the road, making getting around difficult. The management does not enforce quiet time and there are TVs blaring, kids screaming and dogs barking all hours of the day and night. There is one very small area to walk your dog all the way at the back of the park and no fenced dog run. The Wifi barely worked and was pretty much unusable. When I asked the office about it, they did not seem to care and said it was just because it was crowded. I felt like we paid a premium price for an overcrowded, noisy campsite.

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We stayed here for two months. It could not have been nicer. The staff is friendly and the park is well maintained. We really felt like we were living in a nice community. There were not a lot of strangers wandering through and the owner kept an eye on everything. There is a nice pond and a pasture with mules and guinea hens. You do hear some interstate noise but it is not overwhelming. The Kingsland and St. Mary's area is nice and you are only about 30 minutes from Jacksonville and the Amelia Island area. We would stay here again.