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Pine Cone Resort, Freehold, New Jersey

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $45.00
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This is the cleanest park I’ve seen in New Jersey. There is plenty of space in its wide roads (sand) to move around big rigs. Most every site is large and easy to get into. They were reasonably level with the tree branches trimmed up high. The pool area looked very nice even though it was closed for the season. The playground and activity fields were nicely kept and very roomy. WiFi was perfect everywhere in the park (trust me I took the laptop to every corner). Downsides were the game room (a bit dated) and the showers (you have to pass thru one stall to get to the next). The store is nice but not much selection, (don’t worry there are grocery stores nearby). There was a sign at the dump station ($10) per dump but I was never charged that fee (I guess it’s there to keep from overuse). My “go to” quick weekend campground is about 40 minutes from my house. Pine Cone is about an hour away and will be my new “go to” spot. Its worth it. We camped at Pine Cone Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Ocean View Resort Campground, Ocean View, New Jersey

Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $69.00
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We stayed here for Labor Day weekend. This is a massive campground: about 1200 sites with a good share of them seasonal. Nice sized sites and every one had sewer hookups. Bathrooms were clean and the store well stocked, although a lot of items seemed to have been there a while. There is an ice cream parlor which was great at night for a treat. If you stay here, try to get a site off of one of the main roads because there is tons of traffic in and out. The swimming lake is pretty cool too and I thought it had more people there than the pool. All and all: a nice place. We camped at Ocean View Resort Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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Allentown KOA, New Tripoli, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $48.00
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This is a very small but well maintained park. The bathrooms are clean and the grounds are well kept. Most of the sites are either long and narrow or short and wide. If you take a close look at the map, the black dots are where the hookups are. Many of the pull through sites are “buddy” sites. If you go with your family you could end up being awning to awning with a stranger. Great if you like to meet people but bad if you want privacy. They do take site requests but cannot guarantee them. Study the map and choose wisely. We camped at Allentown KOA in a Travel Trailer.

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Sill's Family Campground, Adamstown, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $36.00
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The previous reviews were right, these are probably the nicest campground owners you will ever meet. The roads were paved and the bathrooms were clean but nothing can change the property itself. The sites in my opinion are all tight to each other. If you are looking for even a bit of privacy this park is not for you. The very few sites that did have space were taken by the seasonal campers. The property is set into a hill and even though the sites are fairly level it made for a difficult bike ride around the park. Even if you can get past these shortcomings just know that there is the constant noise of the highway just outside of the park. Access to the pool was also very odd. You could take a bike down the hill to the pool or walk but it is a hike back up the hill to get out. There is no car access to the pool. While we were there the pool was closed anyway which seemed odd for July. If you bring children you should know that the playground isn’t much more than a swing set and a slide. I really wanted to like this campground but I could not because of its layout. We camped at Sill's Family Campground in a Motorhome.

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Holiday Trav-L-Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $45.00
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We booked our site for 7 nights but we didn't want to leave so we asked to stay for another night. It is a big busy park but there are enough restrooms, stores and pools to keep it from feeling crowded. A lot of reviews mention the jet noise. For the 8 days we were here only 2 of them were very active with planes. To be honest it was kind of cool to watch and hear them go over. They also stayed in the time frame of 8am until 10pm. Virginia beach is close but I found it to be a bit too much of a bike ride so I used the free parking lot on 9th street. We are a family of 4 and the kids are 8 and 11. Wi-Fi will cost you $15 a week or $5 a day and only the super sites have cable TV. We found this to be a great vacation location and we will be back someday. We camped at Holiday Trav-L-Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 3
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Avalon campground, Cape May Court House, New Jersey

Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $46.00
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This is a great CG. Nice size sites, lots of activities, great playground for the kids, 2 pools. The bathrooms are clean and 25 cents gives you more than enough time to take a shower. We have stayed here 4 times and the only concern we ever had was that one site they put us on was a bit short for my 32 ft. TT. We parked across the street. No problem. We will be back. We camped at Avalon campground in a Travel Trailer.

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