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RV park right on St Rosa sound, great views of the sound and beach access. Good 50 amp, water pressure as well. AT&T works great. Camp Internet not so good. Place was spotless. Garbage pickup each morning. Interior roads paved, sites are concrete with picnic table. Above rate reflects monthly rate with Good Sam discount. Very friendly staff. We stayed here in a 40 ft motorhome, will definitely return.

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Another little city park gem. We stayed here for 12 days, great 50 amp, water pressure was good, sewer, AT&T good. On a small lake. small shade trees. When we first checked in we mentioned that there was a site next to us that was missing a sewer cap and that the place could use a mowing. Next day service crew was out, mowed and replaced cap. BTW we were the only rig in the park. Awesome sun rises over the little lake. Friendly staff. We stayed here in a 40 footer. OOPS, almost forgot to mention that the site was easy 80 feet long and about 20 wide.

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Stayed here 4 nights in a 40 foot MH, Friendly check in service, good 50 amp, water sewer, wifi very slow, could not get cable to work, BUT that was probably my fault, haven't used cable in years. Too many trees for Satellite dish. I was parked in site 42, long enough site for coach and car although it was a bit slanted. It appears that a lot of the sites are for seasonal or permanents, that's ok as they were all clean and pretty well kept. This place is in an area that is still being developed housing wise, lots of construction and lots of traffic, BUT the park was a quite place. We would return.

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This place is without a doubt the worst campground I have ever stayed in in 14 years of full timing. I called a week ahead of time for a reservation. The gentleman took all my information, quoted a price of $25 for full hookups. We drove 350 miles that day and entered the place under a severe T-storm warning. The lady at the desk could not find my reservation. She said go unhook, find a spot and come back and we'll fill out the paperwork, no problem, been there before. I got the very last spot in the park.The interior roads are gravel and filled with potholes. They say they are big rig friendly... NOT, really tight. The sewer was at the very back and uphill, HUH, decent water pressure, decent 50 amp.We will NOT return and would advise to stay away from here.

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This park is now called Made in the Shade. Park is well maintained, let water run, rust accumulated in pipes, once cleared it was fine. First 30 amp plug was dead, other in box was fine. Open for satellite, no cell service either Verizon or AT&TDid not use the pool or the pavilion.

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small mom and pop operation, well maintained. good 50 amp, let water run as it was quite rusty, plugged up my filter and had a swampy taste. slow wifi, no cell phone service either AT&T or Verizon. Satellite Tv ok,. Alvin C. York home was 6 miles away. Lots of winding roads to get there.

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We stayed here several years ago with a group. That being said the place has declined some in the meantime, trees have died and not replace. Grass needs mowing, had to look for sewer outlet. 50 amp good, water pressure Very good, no WiFi, road noise almost nonexistent. We would return.

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Stayed here in a 40 ft RV. Big, long sites, stayed on the river section. 50 amp good, decent water pressure. WiFi slow need a closer repeater. They're a Passport America park, BUT no sign visible and I forgot to mention it, hence the full price. Nice setting, the road could use some more gravel as well as several sites. It rained really hard and got fairly muddy. AT&T had decent signal. We'd return.

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Read the preceding reviews, must have gotten lucky. The park was quiet, no dogs barking. The seasonals had a bonfire but were quiet. Did not check the showers or bathrooms. I was greeted politely by the lady at the counter, as a matter of fact she called me earlier the day to find out my arrival time and to advise me that there was a severe storm warning for 4:30. Sure enough I arrived at 4:30 and was in the middle of the storm. Sat in parking lot until it let up. Was given a shade site so no TV, decent 30 amp. Did not hook up to water as we are here for one night before moving on. AT&T had good signal.

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Small family business, very friendly staff, the rate reflects a weekly rate of $150 per week, the park is basically a well maintained lawned area with gravel pads, picnic table, fire pit, 30 amp, water and sewer. Wifi was STRONG and we were at the back end of the park. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome. The interior roads are gravel and well maintained and accommodated us quite easily. Great little undiscovered jewel.

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We have stayed here in the past. Of all the TT Parks that we have stayed in this one is by far the best. The tennis courts have been upgraded as has the pool and pool area. There is a new spa and volleyball area. The roads have been filled of potholes and the place in general is well maintained. The power (50 amp) is good and costs $3 per day extra. Good water pressure and there is sewer at most sites. No problem negotiating a 40 footer in this park. We will be back.

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Clean park on the Susquehanna River in Montgomery. Easy access. Good 50 amp, good water pressure. Pad was gravel, almost level. Did find several nails in the gravel near the hookups. The last time we visited here it was filled with oil field workers and rather noisy. BUT it settled down after 10 PM. The staff are VERY friendly. Because of our size, (40 footer 3 slides) we were placed near the entryway. This resulted in some traffic noise as well as the dump station being our best view. The park behind was was awesome. We stay here each time we come home to Loyalsock. Closest and best park.

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We stayed here in a 40 foot 3 slide motorhome. We are TT members hence the $1.00. The park is typical TT, 30 amp, water and some sites are sewer too. The interior roads are gravel, the sites are gravel too. The site we had was very un-level. ATT was good, water pressure and electric also good. The park staff, especially at check in could not have been more pleasant . We would stay here again.

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The current owners have only been here for 3 years. They were extremely friendly. It appears that they are really trying to improve the park, HOWEVER, the interior roads are gravel, the sites are gravel, but you don't know where the site ends and the grass begins. The sewer outlet was confusing, my site had 2, one covered by an old car trim and the other was covered in rocks. Water pressure was minimal. The 50 amp power was very good. The picnic table was almost unusable it was so rickety and needs painting. There was also a fire pit that we did not use. It appears that this park caters more to month by month then off the road and the price was really big for what you get. I did notice last year the price in the review was $25.. ?..

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We have been full timing for 14 years and have stayed in MANY RV parks, this park is among the best, friendly staff, grounds well maintained, good wifi, good water pressure, strong 50 amp. Interior roads are well maintained gravel as are parking pads, each site have picnic tables and fire pit. There is a small convenience store on the property. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome and would definitely return.