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The "pull-thru" sites are all crescent shaped expansions of the roadway, which means that the services are on the wrong side of the RV and the curbstones make using the RV stairs awkward. That said, the roads are a good distance apart and since the pull-outs alternate, the neighboring campers are a good distance away as well. There a number of trees, many are relatively small in this very dry area. The Tropical Cafe is very pretty but it is the only place to get a WiFi signal. The pool is $5 per person per day, which seems outrageous.

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Very well designed and well kept RV park. Long level gravel sites are separated by wide grassy areas plus a gravel eating area. The WiFi was excellent, even at the back of the park. Cost $30 for Backin $35 for pullthrus - all have 30 and 50 amps. Highly recommended.

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The park is on a slope with a significant number of trees across the park. Driveways are gravel and not all that level. Water pressure low but useable. WiFi was very weak most of the time. Price was for water/electric site. It seems high but there are not many parks around here.

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Everything in this State Park is top quality and very well maintained. The RV sites are paved, long and level. The sites are also wide with typically a mature tree by each site. There is a pretty view over a lake from the campground. Most of the sites in June were seasonal but they were all well kept and quiet. The only surprise was that there is a $5 entry charge per night for a RV vehicle and for the tow vehicle, if it is detached. We would be happy to camp here again.

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This "resort" is an older seasonal trailer park in the woods beside a lake which has a beach that is heavily used by local people. Perhaps they might put short term RVs in empty seasonal sites but we asked for a pull through site and these are situated on one side of the very busy parking lot for the beach. If you want a short term site do not go here.

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CAUTION - when driving from I-80 - follow the camping signs thru town NOT the Rte 82 signs since there is a low underpass with 10 ft clearance on 82. This place is in a very nice park-like setting with many tall trees. The driveways are gravel, some level some not too level. The grass areas between sites are relatively narrow. The Wi-Fi was acceptable (1 PC free, others a dollar each for 3 days). The park is quite quiet at night.

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All sites are full service pull throughs, there are 5 rows of sites, one row has side by side hookups. All driveways are gravel some are level, many are not The park layout is relatively long so some sites are a long way from the office, washrooms and laundry. The WIFI was weak at 4 sites from the office. The park was not very full so there was no problem using the roads with a motor home.

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This is a quiet, older park with all pull through gravel sites. Some are shaded, most are not. Very friendly owner, free excellent WIFI, easy access to garbage and recycling bins, reasonable sized grass area with a table. We would stay here again.

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We opted for a riverside site and they were large back-in sites with a level paved driveway and excellent services. We didn't see the other sites. The place was very clean and well maintained. Reservations are mandatory for the riverside sites. The place is a real credit to the community. If they installed WiFi it would be a 10.

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All sites in this park are in a heavily wooded area so the size of the sites and the ability to easily turn into and out of the sites varies somewhat. The office is quite flexible as to which site you select. The water, electric and sewer services have all been upgraded in the past year or two and all driveways have new crushed stone. The trees help to quiet the noise of the highway and it was a pleasant place to stay but the WiFi was weak.

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This park has two totally different areas, which confuses some of the previous reviews. The area near the office consists of short narrow full service sites that seem to be taken by seasonal campers - all the facilities are here. The second area is a considerable distance away in a meadow, closer to the river but still not in sight of the river. Some sites are placed around the edge of the meadow against shade trees, others are laid out in a square grid in the center of the meadow. Some are pull-thru, some back-in, all have water and 30 amp. The sites are very large and on level grass,separated by fences. There is an RV dump station and nice looking pit toilets. There also appears to be a third area with a small number of sites along the river - I assume these are all seasonal. The meadow area is very well kept and pleasant, providing you were not expecting to have more facilities.

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The sites are setup on an angle and a reasonable distance apart. The roads and driveways are gravel and there is grass between sites and some with trees but there is no watering system so the grass is pretty dry in July. On the full service sites the sewer connection and the water connection are at the extreme rear of the long driveway. It was nice to see garbage containers at each site but the WIFI was weak, even close to the office.

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This park has modern full hookups set in an area covered with lush grass with some mature trees. There are no driveways. This allows considerable variation in where campers and visitors park their cars so when its busy it looks quite chaotic.The services are good except that your neighbors sewer connection can extend several feet into your sitting area. Be wary of the claim that is close to downtown. There is a very long staircase between the park and the business area.

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This is an older park that has very large trees shading most sites. About half of the sites have a reasonably level driveway, the others are sloped end to end or are quite lumpy from the large tree growing to one side. The short term visitors tend to get the poorer sites. The water and electric are okay but the WiFi is quite weak, becoming useless at peak times. This park is clearly a favorite with area families and many make use of the small golf course.

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This was a pleasant, rural RV park. No highway noise, train in the distance but no whistle. All sites are long pull-throughs, about 25% have 50 amp as well as 30 amp service. The roads and drives are gravel, most driveways are fairly level. The grass area between the angled sites is a reasonable width and the Wi-Fi is quite good. There are a few medium to large trees but most sites have no shade. The short drive on the gravel road from Route 203 was not a problem at low speed.