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The park is well maintained but we encountered an issue with park quiet time rules (10 PM - 8 AM). A noisy work crew started work on a roofing project on a park building at 615 AM rudely awakening us. We complained to management and received a $10 rebate, which we didn't feel was sufficient. Many of the residents are permanents.

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These owners are nice people, but keep noisy roosters on site. No sleep whatsoever. They should make a decision to either get rid of the roosters or close down the RV park. The sites are large level cement pads situated on a graded gravel access. Many of the clientele are permanent residents.

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This park is in a remote area about 13 miles from FDR's Little White House. Seems a bit overpriced for something so remote. We were also taken back by the staff when they announced a charge of $5 per hour after checkout time. They didn't seem very friendly.

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This park is an a very picturesque location and has a very "woodsy" feel. We had to try three different sites in order to find one sufficiently level for our small motorhome. All in all we were very pleased with our two night stay.

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This park is overpriced for what you get. The sites are ample sized but mostly dirt and grass. We had to constantly sweep sand out of our RV. Utilities are adequate and the location is OK, but not near any beach access. We stayed for 3 nights which was far too long.

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The entire facility is definitely top rate. However, it is situated next to two freeways and road noise is unbearable. We had to relocate to another spot after our first night due to being in a location that backed up to a freeway. The park representative was cranky and quite out that she had to accomodate our move request, but followed through nonetheless. Access to Washington D.C. Is good from this park.

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This was the best value RV park that we encountered in the Outer Banks. However, it is somewhat remote from the key areas of activity. However, we were very pleased with our site and facilities.

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This park was in a nice quiet location a couple miles from the interstate and was quiet save for weekenders with kids. Interior sites need some work such as additional gravel and leveling. All utilities were in working order. A bit pricey.

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The park is in a very picturesque location far from any road noise. Access to the park is somewhat difficult, but is only 15 minutes from Philadelphia metro. Park could use some upgrading, particularly site pads and bathroom facilities. Too many weekenders with children and dogs.

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This is a very picturesque park in a rural setting. One of the nicest we have encountered. Sites are large with good utility service. We would definitely return.

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This park is in a very picturesque rural location, although a little too close to interstate road noise. The interior sites are spacious and very nice with good utitlity service.

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This park is located close to interstate and significant road noise. Additional blue stone is needed on sites. Restroom/showers need updating,

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This was a complimentary very spacious pull through site. Good utilities with wifi but no cable TV. Perfect for a one night stay over.

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The site was level, graded and had some grass. It was adequate for a nights stay and easily accessible from I40. We would stay here again.

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This park has gained a number of full timers with unkempt sites over the past few years. However, the park is better than average and worth the $20 per night Passport Fee. It is primarily gravel and dirt and all utilities performed adequately. However, there are better choices in Albuquerque for better maintained parks.