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We paid price for premium site across the road from the ocean. All we saw were trees and other rv's. We'd been better off staying in a select pull-thru away from the water, but they were tiered somewhat and saw more water than we did. They also have a $3 resort fee and then another fee thru Tengo for internet. Not sure we would stay here again at these prices, though they all seem to be getting it in this area. Gravel roads were dusty; Laundromat was not air conditioned and there were no benches outside to sit while waiting. Washer price: $2.50/dryer $2. Campground was only half-full. On the plus side, good location for touring Acadia, with lots of lobster stands nearby. Natl. Park was very busy with limited parking.

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This campground is very spacious and neat with beautiful grounds. They were constantly mowing. We had a 100-ft. pull-through that was almost level. The numerous groomed trails were great for walking our dog. A nice plus was having our currency exchanged right at the campground office, with a better rate than at a bank. Wi-Fi was fairly good. The only negative I could see was, though we didn't use them, the laundry and bathrooms could use an upgrade, especially the floors. Would definitely stay here again if up this far in northern Maine.

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We have been stopping here for several winters now and are worried. They have lost their top-notch grounds keeper and it shows. In addition, the Wi-Fi is just terrible this year, and no one seems to be doing anything to correct it. The campground is still a beautiful setting, but there is a brand-new RV park a few miles away that may be more enticing.

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We always stay at Twin Grove for one night on our way south for the winter and then again on our way home in the spring. This stay was for a Saturday night, and they required a 2-night minimum stay, which they told us they were firm about. We altered our plans and did stay the 2 nights; what was disconcerting was that 5 campers came in after us on Saturday and left the next morning. Rules evidently don't apply to everyone! Also, the Wi-Fi was iffy at best; it kept going in and out of connectivity the entire 2 days. Wi-Fi seemed to have worked better when KOA owned the park. Aside from these two items, this is a beautiful campground and one of the few open year-round in the northeast.

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Convenient location just off interstate. Best part is that someone meets you at your rig window as soon as you pull in to tell your site no. and then guide you there. You go back to office to register at your convenience. No backup in the driveway or out on the road. Nice, level sites with concrete patio, easy in and out. Best part was beautiful fire pots. Lots of area to walk dogs. Will definitely stay again if in the area.

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Ditto from previous rater. This place is downright dangerous. We have stayed here every year for 5 years on our way south but probably won't be back. The Publix supermarket directly next door has built a driveway through the KOA entrance. You need to pull way in past that driveway and walk a long way back to the office to register. I felt so sorry for older/disabled people. You can no longer access the fuel pumps with a big rig because the driveway directly in front has been blocked off for a sidewalk. I wouldn't be surprised if this KOA is closed within a year. Someone is going to get hurt here.

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For a "new" park this needs a lot of work. No vacancy sign is always out because it appears as though only 9 sites are available for overnighters; the other 30 sites are long-term'ers, with the grass and weeds growing up around them. Roads are dirt and dusty. Patio consists of a dozen concrete slabs pushed together which are very uneven and dangerous. No picnic table, no cable TV; sites were very uneven with large stones so it was hard to level. Office was locked when we arrived at 2 p.m., so had to call to get our site number. Laundry only had 2 each of washers/dryers, with a dirty sorting table and big coke machine taking up a quarter of the room. We will not stay here again.

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This is THE place to stay: small campground with long level sites with 50 feet of grass between. Wifi worked great; no cable but that doesn't concern us. Free breakfast of pancakes, eggs, and coffee. We paid a little more for meat and the sausage patty was huge. Owner is working all the time, inside and out; what a great person. The cafe also serves dinner: hickory smoked baked potatoes are to die for.

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Though beautifully landscaped grounds, the office staff was unfriendly and not helpful. Upon checkin we were given the code for Wi-Fi and were not told that it wasn't working. The next day it was supposedly repaired, but over the course of 3 days we were connected to the internet for about an hour total. We had to go to the site of a camp host to retrieve a map of the area and restaurants. Camp hosts were particularly helpful since we got no help from office staff. We almost left a day earlier than we had planned. Close to Wal-Mart and Camping World. We will not return.

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We enjoyed our 7-night stay here after a rough start. Though we had made reservations several weeks ahead, upon arrival they had us assigned to a site way too short for our 40-fter. We moved to a new site, got set up, and realized it only had 30 amp. We had requested 50. It was cool enough that we didn't think we would need our a/c, so we stayed there rather than move again. The young girl in the office needs a little supervision/orientation as to lengths of units for which sites and what people require for amps. The new pull-through sites are nice but not finished yet. Bathroom looks antiquated, and the laundry was a steep $2, with only 2 washers and 2 dryers. WiFi worked good. The location was great for visiting many areas of the national park, as well as being only 5 miles from Pt. Angeles. We went twice to breakfast and once to dinner at Cafe Garden, which was an awesome restaurant. If in the area, we would probably return.

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We were very pleased here. We had a long level, big-rig site with lots of grass between sites. There were lots of mowed grassy areas to walk the dog, and the views of the snow-capped mountains was spectacular. Easy on/off I-90 but quiet. Wi-Fi was lightning fast. No swimming pool or playground, so probably not the place for kids.

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Pull-through sites are improperly designed, with double wide for two RV's. There is no way another could pull in next to us with our slides out. A 5th wheel came in to be assigned next to us and couldn't fit. Pet area was not clean; no grass area for our dog at our own site. Wi-Fi was good! We will not return.

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Very comfortable campground overlooking scenic mountains, with easy on/off I-90. Though the roads were not paved and dusty (we were in Wyoming), everything worked great. We had a level pull-through site. Owners are former full-timers, so know what we like and dislike and they are on-site. Wi-Fi was fast and cable TV was clear. I did not use laundry or restrooms but they looked immaculate. We visited Devil's Tower and then had lunch at Cindy B's, which was great. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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First time here for us, but we loved this place. It is in a beautiful country setting, conveniently located off the interstate. The pull-through sites are easy in and out and long enough to accommodate big rigs. Wi-Fi worked great, and there were multiple dog walks. The grounds were immaculate; they were mowing lawns and filling the swimming pool while we were there. There were several truck stops at the exit for refueling. If in the area again, we would definitely stop.

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Don't know why they have such a great "10" rating with TL Dir. Very steep hills getting in and out of campground. We had been here 6 yrs. ago and nothing within the campground has been upgraded. We were put in a site with a sewer connection so far behind us that we had to use 2 hoses. On the plus side, our second visit to Biltmore was great and we had a terrific dinner at Stone Ridge Tavern on 191 a couple of miles from the campground. WiFi was good in the campground. There was a dogwalk area but neighborhood dogs seemed viscious and we were not comfortable at all.