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In the middle of nowhere, 20 minutes to Hershey, 20 minutes to McDonald's or Walmart. Old campground, sites are first come first served, no guarantee that you will receive 50 amp site or sewer. Very steep interior roads and hills, very tight turns, drive over low curbs and corners. Do not arrive in the dark. Review Google Maps and campground map before arriving! H loop has 50 amp full hookups. Other loops supposedly have 50 amp, but there is an additional $3 per night post-arrival charge because they are newer than 10 years old. Some sites are level and some are incredibly too unlevel for diesel pushers. Wifi only in clubhouse. We came here only for Hershey RV show. Probably never again. They need to allow reservation of specific sites or make all sites big rig friendly before we return.

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Still the lowest priced 50 amp full hookup big rig oceanside campground in Rehoboth Beach and Ocean City! North Inlet section has year round dog friendly beach. AT&T wireless signal is only 1 or 2 bars. No WiFi. Be careful of tiny thorn seed balls from brushes.

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Kind of expensive for Hagerstown. We paid extra $10 to pick site & $25 to checkout late 6pm. The 700's sites are more level than the 200's. Visually sites look level, but when parked, front is lower than rear. Front tires almost off ground. Sites are not level, but at least they are as flat as can be for the land. Laser tag $5 day, $10 night. Zip line similar charge. Water slides free. Clean resort. Nice pool and playground and activities, store, and restaurant. Not much to do in Hagerstown outside resort.

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Book 2 nights get 3rd night free deal by calling on phone only. Rate can be tricky because they have so many fees for people and dogs, and rates/deals by phone are different than online, some rates do not allow KOA discount. Every person and every dog wears a paid paper band. Our site was level but most sites are unlevel and almost impossible to get to for big rigs. Do not try to pull through our site, even though pull through site, it is much easier to back in. Do not arrive at night, interior roads super hard and unlevel to navigate. Wifi actually worked most of the time, speed was good, it took awhile for iPad to lock onto signal though. Att wireless signal 1 or 2 bars. Trash in fire pits and on campsites. Pay $20 extra to pick site, bundle of wood, and elastic picnic table cover. Otherwise they pick your site number.

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Minimum 3 night stay policy. 35 minutes to Rehoboth Beach with no traffic, much longer with traffic. Many times no one picks up phone, have to leave voicemail for callback. Online chat, very long for someone to reply. Wifi is terrible, not workable. Our site was pretty level. Speedy checkin did not work, still had to wait in line inside to checkin. Pool size was actually decent. Dog beach was great, just watch out for biting horse flies. 2 hour private pontoon boat rental $203 was excellent. $99 1 hour jet ski rental available too, all onsite. $65 for golf cart per day. No water shuttle to Rehoboth Beach. Very large camp store. Nice concierge desk. Every site had a second driveway for car or truck.

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Muddy site, gravel site needs to be replenished & re-leveled. Tree needs to be trimmed away from gravel driveway so it doesn't scratch sides of RV. Excellent dog beach. Dog wash free. Decent swimming pool, splash park, and hot spa. Closest full hookup RV park to Ocean City. Later 3pm checkout instead of 11:30am costs $25. 3 night minimum stay. Beware of dynamic pricing structure. WiFi terrible & unreliable. $120 jet ski 1 hour rental onsite. $200 pontoon 2 hour rental onsite.

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Most of the sites are unlevel. There are level sites. But then there are also ultra-unlevel sites here. The percentage of unlevel sites is too high compared to all the other parks I have reviewed. Our rear wheels were lifted off the ground by our auto-levelers. Not good for diesel pusher big rigs. Location is great for visiting Lancaster. The WiFi worked well. Shares an entrance with Dutch Wonderland. Checkout is 11am. Check-in is 3pm. Thus we booked Sunday night too, even though we checked out by Sunday afternoon. They say you can request late checkout on paper but not guaranteed.

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Excellent camp hosts. Park staff lawn mowers need to be trained to be more careful around large motorhomes, they almost hit us at an intersection! RV sites are big rig friendly. The pull through sites below the camp hosts are not level. Very beautiful campground. Lowest priced big rig 50 amp and water campground to Shenandoah & Luray. Dump station. No wifi. Att data signal excellent. Avoid arriving in dark, no street lights, very dark, except for annoying bath house security lights that are on all night.

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In general still the lowest priced big rig 50 amp full hookup RV park near the beaches of Delaware or Maryland! Can make reservations up to a year in advance. Very friendly cancellation policy. As before, the North Campground allows dogs on the beach year round. The South Campground allows dogs on the beach off season. There are no signs for the North Campground, make sure to Google Map, to know where to turn in! No wifi. Free wifi at the library or McDonald's in Bethany Beach. Noon checkout. 1PM checkin.

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Excellent moutain and lake views. Beautiful private fireplaces and long concrete pads for big rigs. Too far, at least an hour, from Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Smoky Mountains. Rates are too high for March. Tiny dog park. Most sites are slightly out of level even with concrete pads. Bundle of wood is $7.50 with credit card. Lake level is ultra low during March, pool not open. Wifi worked well with empty campground.

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Most beautiful and high class RV resort in Florida. Note that site reserved is not guaranteed, just site type. There are two websites, two realtors that rent sites online. Call both for availability. Avoid sites on western side, noisy highway 41 traffic. No wifi at sites, just clubhouse. Do not tailgate into park, new double gates will come down on car. Fill water tank, no water for one morning.

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Very lush & varied landscaping. No wifi at the sites. Online reservation system antiquated, does not show available dates, around dates that are full. We were able to check in early at 8am. Loop roads are tight, making backing-in tricky. Best place to stay in and around Disney, driving to parks is faster than Disney transportation, park parking free for campers.

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Confusing signs. When you get off exit, DO NOT follow signs to State Park. Follow signs to Campground instead. Otherwise you will end up in State Park instead of campground. No warning signs. DO NOT try to use the dump station before entering gate. The u-turn is too tight for big rigs! Our surge protector said that there were slight grounding and reverse polarity issues at our power pedestal. Checkout is 1 PM. Strong AT&T signal. Do not arrive at dark, no lights. Something for everyone, lodge, spa, dining, casino, golf, hunting, hiking, beach, etc. Great park for friends to get together.

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30 amp and water only, Loops A and B. No sewer hookups at sites. Loop A roads are paved asphalt, Loop B roads are gravel. Campsites in both loops are gravel. We camped in Loop A with 43. ft. motorcoach. We had to disconnect our toad because the loop turn at the very end was too tight. If you have a big rig do not go to the end of Loop A, make the first left turn out of loop A instead. They should have a sign, forbidding big rigs from going to the end of Loop A. None of the sites were perfectly level, but some were level enough for levelers. Loop B appears to have wider roads and sites, but the roads are not paved. Olympic sized city pool with the waterslide was a lot of fun. The pool area beach and fossil beach are both dog friendly, but fossil beach is much less crowded.

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Continues to be the lowest priced 50 amp full hookup campground by the ocean in the states of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. The north campground is great for dog owners, because the beach is dog friendly year round. The current camp host at the north campground is much nicer than the host that was there earlier this summer. The host earlier this year walked around with her little dog in a stroller, not very friendly, known as the witch.