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Long Beach RV Resort, Barnegat, New Jersey

Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $35.00
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We are seasonals at Scrubbie Pines for the first time this year and we love it. Beautiful sites, large sites, with nice stone. Brand new pavilion and basketball court. Great pool. Activities every weekend, whether bingo, a dance, talent show. Family oriented. Great mini-golf course, bikes of all sorts to rent. The store is unbelievable. That is what sold me on wanting to go seasonal there. Fully stocked, items to buy as gifts and the staff is more than friendly! My kids look forward to going every weekend! ONly 10 miles from LBI! We camped at Long Beach RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Hersheypark Camping Resort (formerly Hershey Highmeadow Campground), Hummelstown, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $31.00
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Clean campground and convenient to Hershey Park. Bus picks you up right in parking lot. We camped there years ago in a pop-up - the sites are small. We ended up with a site that had no shade at all and was right under the train tracks. All night, the freight train would go by. We camped at Hersheypark Camping Resort (formerly Hershey Highmeadow Campground) in a Tent.

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Driftwood Park Model , Clermont, New Jersey

Date of Stay: January, 2007 - $41.00
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We were seasonal campers at Hidden Acres for years and before we became seasonal - we camped there in a pop-up for years. In the past 2 years - it has gone downhill. The new owner did not take pride in the campground like the original owners. Homeless people were given run down campers to live in all summer and the sites were dirty and full of junk. There was a rule in the contract that your site must be kept neat and orderly and your camper must look the same. I never saw so many campers with blue tarps over them and junk all over the site. Sometimes, the grass in the playground would be as tall as my knee - which became tick city! The recycling bins were filled for a whole weekend, with cans on the ground. The store is never stocked, you have to get in your car and go to WaWa or Acme just for a container of milk or eggs. And honestly - some of the seasonals there became out of control. Quiet hours start at 11. People stay up past that, which is fine, but these people would be loud, yelling. Their kids would be roaming all over the place. And the underage drinking, law suit waiting to happen! We camped at Driftwood Park Model in a Travel Trailer.

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