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The Oaks at Point South, Yemassee, South Carolina

Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $10.00
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This is a nice, quiet campground with level sites that are all pull through. There is a "lake" that is more like a small pond at the rear of the campground. There were alligators in the water, but they were timid, probably because people are taking the advice of the owners and not feeding them. The sites are gravel, so expect some dust if the weather is dry and mud if it rains. We didn't spend much time here during the day because the camp is located between Charleston and Savannah, which are both nice day trips. We camped at The Oaks at Point South in a Travel Trailer.

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Bethpage Camp Resort, Urbanna, Virginia

Date of Stay: May, 2008 - $60.00
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Nice, clean park with plenty of activities. We stayed during the Memorial Day weekend so it was very crowded. Although the prices were higher during the "premium" weekend, it appears as the price of the campground is put back into the upkeep of the park. General positives: MANY activities including boating,kayaking(for a $12 per hour fee), fishing, swimming in two pools, beach, and playground for the kids. Other activities offered included arts & crafts, scavenger hunt, and miniature golf ($5.00 per person). Very large, level sites. General negatives: Speeding golf carts, children on bikes cutting in front of your vehicle, noisy even after 12:00 on some nights. We did have an issue when we tried to rent a kayak. We were told to go down to the dock and see if there was a double man kayak available. When we came back after checking, they were in the process of renting it to the couple in front of us. When we said something about doing what THEY had told us to do, and then not getting a kayak, their reply was simply: "Sorry, it's first come first served." We thought that was a bit rude. Generally, this was a great place to stay if you like lots of activities, especially for kids, and like to party. NOT the place to stay if you want to enjoy a relaxing few days. We camped at Bethpage Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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American Heritage RV Park, Williamsburg, Virginia

Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $45.00
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This park is exceptionally clean. Bathrooms and showers are brand new and spotless. While we were there, they were in the process of laying blacktop at the entrance to the campground. Although we did have to ask for a fire ring, we were told that the camp has plans to install permanent fire pits at each site. This campground also has a fenced dog exercise area, which is especially nice if you want to exercise your pets off leash. Although not a lot of activities are available, this is a clean, quiet place to camp. We camped at American Heritage RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Lake Anna State Park, Spotsylvania, Virginia

Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $34.00
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Excellent campground with roomy sites. The facilities were spotless and well-maintained. The only down side was the lack of sewer hook-up. But, the quality of the rest of the campground more than made up for this. Will definitely go back in the spring. We camped at Lake Anna State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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American Heritage RV Park, Williamsburg, Virginia

Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $37.00
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Nice campground with level, shaded sites. Although the sites seemed somewhat close together, we did not feel that they were any closer than some other, nationally known campgrounds. The park was clean, quiet, and did not appear to attract party campers. This campground has a fenced dog run to exercise your dog, and plenty of open field space surrounding the campground for volleyball, football, etc. It took about 10 minutes to get to Williamsburg from the campground. Although the bathrooms were being remodeled, they were spotless, and should be beautiful when they are finished. Overall, we thought this was an excellent campground. Our biggest complaint was that there was almost nothing in the camp store if you forgot something. Also, there are no camp led activities if you are looking for things to do with kids at the campground. This is mostly a campground for relaxing after a long day of activities in the Williamsburg area. We will definitely return. We camped at American Heritage RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Shenandoah Valley Campground, Verona, Virginia

Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $34.00
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This is a nice campground in the mountains. Positives include tubing down the river, nice pool, ability to purchase meals and snacks such as funnel cakes. Negatives include crowded sites, partying campers, and restrooms that were not cleaned early enough after a busy Friday night. Overall, this is a nice campground. It would be more pleasant during the week when you can avoid the party crowds during the weekend. We camped at Shenandoah Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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Cascade Lake Recreation Area & Campground, Pisgah Forest, North Carolina

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $15.00
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We stayed here for four days with two teens. Our experience was excellent and we plan on returning next year. Our site, located on the lake, had its own dock. The view of the lake was serene, no matter what time of day, because there is forest on the opposite side of the lake. We rented a canoe from the office and enjoyed the peace and quiet on the lake. Because the campground is centrally located between Dupont State Forest and the Pisgah National Forest, hiking trails and popular waterfalls were within easy driving distance. Our only major complaint was that the lack of a cell phone signal or internet access made it difficult to contact people at home. We did notice staff driving around on golf carts; however, they were friendly and we did not feel that we were being monitored in any way. In fact, one night they were checking on some people who had rented a canoe because they hadn't yet returned it, and they were worried that something may have happened to them. We camped at Cascade Lake Recreation Area & Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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Anvil Campground, Williamsburg, Virginia

Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $39.00
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This is a small campground located close to major tourist attractions. Although the staff is friendly and the grounds are clean, its location between a highway and railroad tracks make it difficult to recommend. Because there is no fencing blocking access to the train tracks, I would not feel uncomfortable allowing young children to play unattended. Trains also passed several times each night during our stay, interrupting our sleep. We camped at Anvil Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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