meanderingman

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We were full-timers for 15 years--coast to coast, border to border, Mexico, Canada, Alaska--so we've seen a lot of RV parks. As we age, we are turning into Snowbirds--spent this winter searching for an annual Snowbird location beginning in Florida Keys and moving north; this is it! During our 2 month stay, we did not see or experience any of the awfuls that others complained about. The heated pool includes a hot tub. Strong Verizon signal, water pressure 40#, excellent park maintenance and appearance. Our $20 daily rate was on the monthly rate - electricity was extra. The rates drop during the summer. Everyone - staff and "guests" were friendly and helpful. Many guests are French Canadian, speak little or no English - not a problem for us. There were a lot of motorcycles - we're not bikers, did not feel they were a problem. We've reserved our site for 6 months next fall.

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This park is very near the Lewes-Cape May ferry. Lovely, peaceful campground. No hookups except water. No generators--hooray. Dump station. Parking is parallel on the blacktop street next to sandy shaded sites. Spacious sites have picnic tables and fire pits. The park was an Army base during WW2 and there are many historical sites to tour including barracks, bunkers, and towers overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Well-marked trails and bike paths.Robust single stream recycling. Off season registration is unbelievably stupid, dysfunctional and illogical. We watched carefully for registration signs as we entered the park, did see an office building on the right, but no registration signs. Pulled straight ahead to a manned building on the entrance road. The person there instructed us to go past the building, then make 3 left turns which took us to the front of the office building, no place to park a rig, and no signs. A staff person walking by motioned to make two right turns--then there was a place to park and walk to the entrance of the office building where we were told that we must first visit the campground and choose a site, then return to office to register. Registration process took 45 minutes.

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The name says it all—deep, cushiony grass covers the entire park. We enjoyed 3 quiet, peaceful days here. The park is surrounded by farm fields and the fields are surrounded by forests, about 5 miles from town and U.S. Highway 17 (worth the drive). Excellent maintenance—mowing is done by mowers attached to relatively quiet farm tractors, doesn’t take all day. Open all year, 40X100 foot very spacious level pull-through sites with no parking obstructions (easy in and easy out) have conveniently placed full hookup facilities including all-season water spigots, 50# water pressure, 30 & 50 amp power. Medium size tree at each site. Very clean bathrooms with 2 washer and 2 dryer laundry. No speed bumps! ? No highway or train noise! ? TV reception: major networks + 3 PBS stations. One bar Verizon signal. Friendly staff, no discounts from $30 30 amp sites and $35 50 amp sites. Playground. In mid-April, the swimming pool and pond were not open. There is a restaurant and a small amusement park across the road from the RV park. No recycling. ?

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Park is on a slight grade, minor leveling may be required. Owner-operators are special people, helped us with a landing jack problem. When that failed they referred us to a company that helped us with hitch-up. Robust recycling program. We would come here again.

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BEWARE OF BACK-INS! When we arrived, we were shown a diagram of the Northwoods Camping Area that looked like back-ins on both sides of the loop access road. We chose an outside site(460)for our 32 foot fiver. When we got there, the access road was narrow and had deep ditches on both sides, severely limiting maneuverability. We are 15 year full-timers, had never been unable to access a back-in before this one! About half of the outside back-ins have this problem. Sign in staff should have been able to advise us not to put our fiver in that site. We were surprised to find the the inside sites between the access road loops are pull-throughs. Lovely campground with large, well spaced sites. Credit cards accepted. Some leveling required. Picnic tables & fire rings. Ten channel Broadcast TV. Strong 4G Verizon signal. Deluxe restrooms have handicapped access and a small room with washer and dryer. Recycling: Environmentally handicapped; beverage can and bottle recycling only.

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Well maintained park that has spacious sites. Someone here has a sense of humor: "Please Pitch Pet Poo Properly." Robust recycling program: comingled steel & aluminum cans, paper, plastic bottles, cardboard, separate container for glass. We did not like the stupid and mean spirited statement we had to sign at check in agreeing that any harm to ourselves or our property would be our own fault.

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Very close to Grand Canyon National Park. No discounts. Price is for 30 amp FHU. Staff are friendly and helpful. Mostly level gravel sites. Short walk to two restaurants and a grocery store which contains a post office. Quiet. Amazing single stream recycling bins on site! Two bar Verizon signal, 35 pounds of water pressure making it weak and slow. Wi-Fi is free. Nearest TV station is 200 miles away. Wetook a break from the Awful News. We would stay here again. Gasoline at nearby station is $1 more a gallon than we have been paying.

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Sites are not small with about 20 feet between sites. There are a few obstructions to parking (trees, posts, rocks, fences, etc). Good maintenance, all weather water hookups, and attractive surroundings on creek. Everything works. Friendly and helpful staff. Quiet and peaceful. Frequent social activities. We will come here again.

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Pros: open all year, easy access from highway, Wi-Fi, cable TV, Passport America, friendly staff. Cons: everything else. Fifty three sites have sewer hookups; others use "honey wagon" service during peak season.

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955 Weldon Road, Jefferson Township, NJ. 17 RV sites, 8 tent sites, 4 Adirondack Sites (9X11 lean-to). RV sites and tent sites on different loops. Lovely forested 3200 acre park. Paved interior roads and RV sites. Spacious, well separated sites, each with picnic table and charcoal grill, no ground fires. Open all year. Water to sites is off in winter, comes on in May--on some sites, may be 30 feet or more to water hookup. Dump station. We had about a dozen HD over the air channels, two bar Verizon signal. Bear warnings posted. We will come here again.

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Salt Lake City KOA Friendly and helpful staff. At check-in we were advised of 110# water pressure and offered a loaner pressure reducer. The welcome pack included a two page single spaced directory of stores, services, and attractions with marvelous turn by turn directions; the best we have ever seen. We were very pleased with services of a nearby IHC InstaCare Medical Clinic. Good laundry. Paved level pads and wide paved streets make for easy parking. Grass and mature trees between larger than average sites. A table at each site. A good place; we would come here again. Free shuttle buses to Temple Square run from the RV Park. Good single stream recycling program; cans, cardboard, newsprint, milk jugs, paper. No glass.

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Lovely setting, 3 riverside tent sites & 10 RV sites on higher ground. Grassy area with mature trees; dirt roads and pads. 30 amp power, all weather water hookups. No sewer hookups or dump station. Nine broadcast HDTV stations, weak & intermittent Verizon signal. The hot springs section is undergoing a major renovation and expansion. We would go there again. Environmentally unconscious; no recycling.

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Good Sam Park. Free Tengo Internet is exceedingly complex; after a half hour of failure to set it up I used my Verizon Air Card. Although it is very close to Interstate 84 and an on/off ramp, it is amazingly quiet. Paved roads, gravel pads, grass between larger than average sites. Mature trees, good laundry. We would come here again. Water pressure 45#. Environmentally unconscious; no recycling.

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$10 with Golden Age Pass. Credit cards accepted. There are reservable and non-reservable sites Paved roads and pads. Gravel between sites. Larger than average sites, each with table and fire ring. Open fire ban may be in effect. Highway and train noise. Pit toilets. Eight pull throughs are all riverfront. No broadcast TV reception. Marginal Verizon signal. Many boats and fishermen. Boat launch, boat trailer parking, day use park nearby. Water pressure 65#. We would come here again. Accidental recycling incidental to collecting aluminum cans for a charity.

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Don’t take exit 22 off Interstate 84; 1 ½ miles of 10% uphill grade with switchbacks and hairpin turns—use exit 18 instead. Cash or checks only. Wide gravel streets and mostly level gravel pads. Easy parking. Very good laundry. Larger than average sites, grass between sites. A table at every site; no fire rings. Mature trees. Excellent maintenance. The several permanent residents have well maintained sites. Relatively quiet. Helpful & friendly staff. One to two bar Verizon signal. Fourteen channels broadcast TV. Robust 7-9 Mbps Wi-Fi. Robust single stream recycling program. Discounts: AAA, Seniors, Passport America, Escapees. We would happily come here again. Many interesting Columbia Gorge features nearby.