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Interior roads narrow with low hanging branches some open sites, some in the trees. Our site in A loop was a pull through long enough for our 29' class c with dolly & toad, although we had to unhook the dolly & reposition everything in order to fit onto the pad. Bathrooms were clean, but no showers, or other hookups, dump station & water fill available. Good location to view east side of the park. Rate reflects Senior Pass. We would stay here again.

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We were in site #50, a level pullthrough, with water & electric and a picnic table & fire ring, and lots of well cared for grass. If there is a problem with this campground, it's the one way roads, to get into some of the sites, with your door & awning on the right side, you have to go the wrong way. Sites are fairly spacious, and trees at some. This is the North Fork campground, and is located farther up the river vs the actual lake. Bathrooms were very clean. If ever in the area, we would absolutely stay here again.

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The campground has 19 sites that have been upgraded to water & electric, all sites have picnic table and fire ring, some have shade structures, and some have a wind fence. More shade structures are needed, as there are no trees over 6ft. tall for shade. Campground is first come, first serve, with self registration, which is a poor system, as locals hold sites, when we arrived, there was a dirt bike parked in one site, no tent, no camper, just a registration envelope tab on the site post, which may or may not indicate actual payment. The site we finally got, had a pontoon boat parked on it when we arrived, it had been paid for one day, and was expired, after getting a hold of the host, we found that the boat belonged to folks on another site. Rather than paying for more days, they were gracious enough to move the boat & let us have the site. The site was rather unlevel, but the water & electric worked well. Dump station & water fill available. As it is the only campground nearby with any hookups, we would stay here again.

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Campground is 5 miles north of Medora, interior roads are paved, narrow, with low branches, and one way, which makes it a little inconvenient for sites on the outside of the loop. Sites are gravel, partially shaded, with picnic table & pedestal grill. Our site, 29, was a very level pull through. Sites in lower area are for tents and smaller units like Pop ups. Upper area is . mostly pullthroughs, and more suitable to bigger TV's. Being a National Park campground, there are no hookups, also no showers or dump station. The buffalo walking 6ft. From our awning, after dark, was an added attraction. We would definitely stay here again.

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Check in went a little slow, as owner tried to find us a pull through, which was what we asked for when we made the reservation, 5 months before. We were led to a pull through site, on the lower level, which was partially shaded & fairly level. It was however barely long enough for us once we unloaded our toad. When I asked where to park the toad, I was told to park it in a small back in site behind us. Sites in this area were extremely tight, our picnic table was 2' from our slideout, & extended into the neighbors site. We did have full hookups, of the list of cable channels, we could only get 7 of them, some were duplicates, the WIFI was weak & slow. The laundry was clean, with washers for $2. And dryers for $1., but had to run twice to dry the clothes. Didn't use the bathrooms or showers, so can't comment on them. With the number of other campgrounds in the area, we probably wouldn't stay here again.

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Kind of hard to rate the place, no staff on site, self registration, "office" is a bench in the laundry room, sites are all pull throughs, fairly level gravel & grass , some with full hookups, but be sure to look first as all do not have sewer. Saw only about 9 picnic tables In the whole campground, & no fire rings. There are trees, but too small to provide any shade, but satellite should work very well. The pool looked clean, but looked like a storage area for lawn furniture. This place works well as an overnight, especially with the Passport America rate. If in the area again we would use it again as an overnight.

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We were here to visit family, so we didn't do any touring, the campground was clean & well taken care of. Sites are gravel & grass pull through & back ins, some sites are shaded some open, all with full hookups, all worked well including cable & WIFI. Owner was very friendly & helpful, Laundry had 2 washers & 2 driers @ $1.00 each. The 4 bathrooms were a little unique in that each one were a separate room with a shower, with changing area, toilet & sink, and a lockable door, all very clean. There is a playground & specific dog walk area. To some, being right next to the interstate may be a problem but we hardly even noticed. If we were ever in the area again, we would definitely stay here again.

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Friendly, helpful staff, easy check in, good power & water, no sewer in pull through's , but dump station available. Water in some site due to heavy rains just before we arrived. Park is mostly seasonals & permanents, a few in poor shape, but overall not a bad place, swimming lake, & fishing pond, cabin rentals snack bar, mini golf & playground. Passport America rate, makes it a good value so we will stop here again.

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A nice campground right on Cumberland Bay off Lake Champlain. We had a back-in with electric hook-up, no water at each site, but was available at dump station and various water spigots throughout the area. Sites are sandy and mostly in the pines, with great view of the lake. Bathrooms and showers were clean but strange as the men's shower had only a screen door, which wouldn't be bad in the summer, but not at 40 degrees. Our site was pretty level and only took 2 lynx blocks to get level. This is one of the nicer NY State Parks we've stayed in and the only one so far with electric hook up. We were here for 3 days and basically were one of only 2 campers here for 2 of them, quite sure though that it's packed in the summer. If we are in the area again, we will stay here.

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Our rate was with Passport America. When we arrived, we found that there was no one in the office, with a note on the door stating that they would return at 4:30. A lady stepped out of a permanent travel trailer and said to just grab a site and check in later, so we took a nice grassy site in the open with electric and water. There are no sewer hook ups, but they do have a dump site. There are a few trees around for shade, but not enough to block satellite. OTA TV worked well, with about 11 channels. The site we picked was a little unlevel, so we drove in, which made leveling easier. Campground appeared clean and well maintained. We didn't use the bathrooms or showers, so I can't comment on them. If in the area again, we will stay here.

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Campground is in the small village of Bethlehem, NH, great base for touring the White Mountains area. Check-in went fast & easy, owner was friendly & helpful with directions, to attractions & place to shop & eat. Ice & Firewood available on site. Interior roads are dirt, and all sites are fully wooded. Ours was a pull thru with full hook-ups, un-level with a lot of rocks & tree roots, which I guess you can expect when you camp in the woods. With FHU's we didn't use the bathrooms or showers, so I can't comment on them. There are a number of permanents, but nice separation with the trees. We got quite a few TV channels on the OTA batwing antenna, not sure satellite would be an option in the woods. Our rate was with Passport America, if in this area again we would stay here.

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Quiet NPS campground near Bar Harbor, all sites are wooded fairly short, including our pull through, just long enough for our 29' class c & toad. Staff at the check-in are friendly & helpful. Some nice hiking trails right from the campgrounds. Our rate was with the Senior Pass. There are no hookups here which is normal for a NP campground, there is a dump station & water fill. There are clean bathrooms, but no showers, nearest showers are just outside of the entrance for a fee. If in the area again, we will stay here.

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Very nice, clean, very quiet, campground, we had fairly large pull-through, with full hookups including cable and Wi-Fi. Site was un-level but manageable with leveling blocks, sites are partially shaded, but not fully wooded. Wi-Fi worked but a little slow. Bathroom/showers were clean. Check-in was fast and went smooth, as the lady at the office was friendly and helpful, with great recommendations of where to eat and what to see. Our rate was with Passport America, for 2 of the 3 days. If there is a downside to this place, it's that it's 18 miles to Bar Harbor, but not that big a deal to us, as we go farther than that to get groceries at home. We would stay here again.

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We overnighted here on our way to New England, we had a pull through with electric in Beechwood loop. Site was crushed stone & a bit unlevel, but got level fairly easily. Most sites in this loop were paved but pretty short back-ins, more suited to pop ups & other small towables. Loop is mostly wooded with no OTA signal. While we didn't use the Bath/Shower facilities we did check them out, they were very clean & modern. The dump station is a nice double site with no waiting. If we are ever in the area again we will stay here.

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Great base camp for touring the Boston area, close to Lexington/Concord. Campground is divided, with sites in the open, which seemed to be longer term, and those in the wooded area. We had a full hook-up site in the trees which was a little un-level, with a lot of tree roots. No fire ring, but there was a community fire ring which was centrally located. The gentleman in the office was extremely helpful and friendly. Bathroom/showers were clean & modern, and there were 4 laundry machines. While there are no military planes stationed at the base, there is a lot of noise from the commuter jet & small planes as you are only a few hundred yards from the runways. Considering the rate & location, We would probably stay here again.