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Creekside Campground, Edinburg, Virginia

Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $27.00
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Unlike the previous reviewer, we had absolutely no problems with the owner and his son. Both were extremely friendly and eager to help. Sites were tight. They are very close together and not very deep. Wi-Fi was good when it worked, but intermittent. We were in site 26, right on the creek, and loved the view out our rear window. Be sure to follow the signs to the campground and not the GPS. It is a little further but an easy drive. The most direct route will take you thru very narrow streets with sharp turns and across a one-lane 10 ton bridge. This is a good park to use as a base to explore the surrounding areas. Be prepared to drive a little for variety in dining if you stay more that one day. We camped at Creekside Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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States Visited: 4
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Quechee / Pine Valley KOA, White River Junction, Vermont

Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $38.00
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This is a good basic campground to use as a base to explore the area, or to sit back and relax. The interior roads are gravel and well maintained. Watch for the large speedbump at the bottom of the hill at the entrance. The park is very clean and well planned. Sites are on two tiers. The lower tier is fairly level with wide sites. The upper tier requires a steep climb to sites on the side of a mountain. Previous reviews reported a limit to WiFi time, but we had no problem with this and the staff assured me there were no limits. We camped at Quechee / Pine Valley KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

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States Visited: 4
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Alpine Lake Camping Resort, Corinth, New York

Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $55.00
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This is a beautiful park with many pluses. There are two large lakes with scenic views of the surrounding mountains. The park is very clean and the management was very helpful. Most of the sites seem to be seasonal but there are good sites available for short term stays. Interior roads are paved. Some roads are one-way and could be marked better. Cable is available only at the premium sites by the lake. Satellite is limited by trees on some sites. The price seemed a little high to us, especially since we visited in the off season, but the price is in line with other parks in the area. For families who use the amenities, the price is justified. WiFi is available through Tengo. There is a small restaurant on site, in season, which has good, basic short order. Other local restaurants are sparse. Golfers will love Brookhaven located 5 miles south. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

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Four Mile Creek State Park, Youngstown, New York

Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $21.00
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This is a great park for relaxing or exploring the Niagara area. Sites are large and have a gravel bed for parking. We had heavy rains while here and saw only a few sites with standing water or mud. Beautiful view of Lake Ontario. There are several lake sites on the 30 amp side. On the 50 amp side, the lake lots are reserved for tenters. Sites are a mixture of shade and open with a large open commons area in the center. We had no problems with sat. and phone reception. Park is about 12 miles from Niagara Falls, but the 4 lane parkway is a straight shot between the two with several nice vistas. There is a bike trail paralleling the parkway most of the way. Camp store is open on weekends only out of season. We camped at Four Mile Creek State Park in a Fifth Wheel.

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States Visited: 4
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Town & Country Camp Resort, West Salem, Ohio

Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $30.00
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We were here in early Sept so the crowds were light. There were plenty of sites available, the park was quiet and clean. The entry is tight but managable. Small trees line each side of each campsite. I did not have any problem getting into site 3, but I can see where this will be a problem in the near future as the trees grow. The only problem we had was with the staff. I specifically asked the staff about the automatic gate and was told I would have no problem entering the c.g. later that night. When we returned after dinner, we discovered the gate was not automatic and we had to park outside and walk in. There was nobody in the office all the next morning. Finally at 3 p.m. I found a staff member and was able to get a passcard. WIFI is OK, but be sure to get code at check-in. I would stay again, but only as an overnighter. We camped at Town & Country Camp Resort in a Motorhome.

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