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This place is a dump, a real pit! $73 a night for power, water, & sewer. No amenities what so ever. The ONLY thing this campground has going for it is location relative to the Village of Ocracoke. The campground only accepts reservations made on-line. In fact, the only way to communicate with them is via email. They claim they do this to cut costs. That policy can cause hardship if you do not have access to email. However, the campground is managed out of the adjacent market.

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This was an over night stop for us. Staff was friendly, cable and WiFi worked well. Close to I-95, but far enough away that road traffic wasn't an issue. We would/will stay here again.

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We really enjoyed this park and more specifically our patio site. Would have liked to have stayed longer, but oh well. WiFi worked well.

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This was out 2nd trip to Cape Hatteras and our 1st stay at this KOA. Last time we stayed at a "Resort" just north of the KOA. Amenities at the KOA far exceeded those at the "Resort". Further, the grass was not overrun with sand burs. You can actually walk around in the grass barefoot and not worry about stepping on stickers. The pool at this facility is huge and has 2 slides. The campground has 2 beach access ramps with rise showers on the campground side of both accesses. We stayed at a concrete pad site and had mucho real estate. For the price paid, KOA really needs to upgrade their WiFi system! We were relatively close to a hot spot and still suffered with painstakingly slow service. One feature I really liked about this Campground were the number and different kinds of cabins available. The people next to us were having a 4-family reunion; 1 family in their RV and the other 3 in deluxe cabins. Inspired me to consider doing the same thin in a couple of years. We would/will stay here again.

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This was just an overnight stop for us. We arrived after night fall and left at first light. The "pull through" actually consisted of 2 back to back sites. A dead tree next to the site, impeded our entry forcing us to unhook our tow. We would probably stay here again.

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We drive a 37 foot class A and didn't find the drive up the hill as dicey as some of the other reviewers report. Nor did we find backing into the 2 different sites we occupied very hard to accomplish. The only problematic issue was the steady, soaking rain. The views are spectacular! This is a very busy campground with a lot of return guests. I recommend making reservations as far in advance as possible, especially if you want a premium site, or if you intend on staying there while visiting the Blue Ridge area in the Fall.

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Had a site right on the water. Even though waterfront sites only have power and water, we loved it! The staff was cordial and the grounds well maintained.

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Location, Location, Location! You are a 5 minute walk away from the subway and one subway stop away from the Freedom Tower, 911 memorial Museum, and One World Trade Center. The Park's urban location rather than its' amenities (or lack there of) is why I rated it an 8. If its' location wasn't so great, this parking lot would be rated poor. By fluke, we arrived on 9/11 and were able to get an excellent view and photos of the spot lights representing the twin towers.

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Nice clean campground. Friendly staff. Level sites. Convenient to Montreal. One nice feature is the RV self wash. We would stay here again.

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Stayed two nights. Enjoyed the campground and its' setting. Laundry room is small (2 washers and 2 dryers). Owners are friendly and provide each guest with a list of things to do and see in the area. Site was long and level. We would stay here again.

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We loved this campground and its' staff! If you stay here, you must treat yourself to the lobster dinner offered by the management. You lace your order in the morning and it is delivered piping hot to your site at about 5 PM.

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This is a former U.S. Military MWR facility. When we made reservations, we weren't told that some (a few) sites had water, power, and sewer. We got a water and power only site. Sites are spacious, but the water and power hook-ups are on separate sides of your coach. And, even when parked in the center of your site, a reach to get to. It took 48 feet of my 50 foot water hose to reach the spigot. Site was dirt base and fairly level. Not many other campground options in the Newport area.

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Nice campground. Well maintained. Staff was friendly. As mentioned by the previous reviewer, sites can be tight to get into. Site was level. Cable TV was good, but WiFi was iffy. Great location for exploring Cape Cod and environs. Most sites appeared to be occupied by full timers or seasonal clients. This was especially true with waterfront sites. We would stay here again.

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Nice Park with easy access to I-10. Large grass/dirt pull thrus. Big, clean swimming pool. Complementary breakfast. We would stay here again.

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Easy access to I-12, no road or train noise. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. You can fish the stocked pond without a license. One of the full timers caught a 5lb bass. Great pool and playground. We opted for a lakeside site and really enjoyed our stay here. Sites are spacious and have extra paved parking area. We would stay here again.