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This review is to at least slightly refute other more recent reviews. And this review has to be taken in the context of our trying to park at other nearby RV parks. We tried for 1 1/2 hours to park at Holland NY (Three Valleys Campground). Grass sites, muddy, almost got stuck, and expensive to boot. Given that, we arrived late at Sleepy Hollow and were delighted that the back-in site (roomy) was graveled properly. It was a Friday in late June and there were lots of kids playing in the nearby campground but they were promptly shut down by 10 pm. Saturday, also a lot of kids, but not unruly nor out of line. Monday came and there was not a kid in sight. The store was well stocked, staff attentive, and all in all, a good RV park. One of the bathrooms was 'just okay' but the other one, which had a couple of showers, were good. Other reviewers talked about locals, and there were a lot of them but as I mentioned above, in the context of things in Western NY, this was a more-than-acceptable camp. The price represents Passport America ($15.50). We would return.

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We stayed here for a month. The park has gravel interior roads but a paved area in each site, and tables. Some sites have trees that shade your patio area, on some other sites the tree just hasn't gotten big enough yet. We enjoyed our stay and will stay here again. The rate represents the monthly rate. Two monthly rates: pull thru $335 plus electricity (.115 cents/kwh) and back ins $315 plus E. Laundromat $1.25 per wash/dry. Club house, laundry, baths all excellently maintained. They have a local phone available in the club house but it stopped working during our stay. While it did work it was convenient to make toll free calls, which allowed us to save our cell phone minutes. Wi-Fi is available but we used our Verizon air card with complete success. There is a very nice county park, Berry Springs, just down the road. The easiest access to New Life is via I-35. Take the Toll Road 130 exit but don't get on the Toll Road. Stay on the southbound service road and at the stop sign turn left on County Road 152.