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Great place for an overnight. No way to reserve but it was 80% empty when we got there. Easy in and out. Honor system payment by cash or check put in collection box. Quiet. Plenty of room to walk dog. Verizon hotspot and phone worked well.

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New owners have had the park for just over a year. They're working hard to improve it. Very nice people, except Mrs. Owner was very annoyed when we checked in because she didn't know we had Good Sam. (It took less time to correct the rate than she took in making sure I knew I'd inconvenienced her.) Be sure to ask her about any discounts when you call. AT&T doesn't work here at all. Owner said Verizon would work at office but our hotspot and phone did fine at our site. Good wifi at our site. Mostly seasonals but everything is neat and clean. They're working on increasing the number of short-term sites. Pull-thrus are close to the road and close together but noise wasn't bad. They're tight to get into. Convenient to Fort Ticonderoga, Crown Point and nearby state park. Would stay again if in area.

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One of the nicest parks we've been in. Peaceful and quiet. Easy in and out, convenient to the lighthouse, Colonial Pemaquid and Hardy Boat tours. Many seasonals but they're neat and tidy. Antenna-TV, Verizon hotspot and phone all worked well. Good wifi at office. Neighbor told us it would have worked at our site had a large MH not been moved to a parking spot between us and the office (parking, not camping). Owner's daughter runs office.....very nice and helpful. Will definitely stay again if in area. Like the previous reviewer, we were in #7 which was easy to manage with a hard-to-maneuver 38' fifth wheel.

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Opinions about this campground are mostly positive, but not ours. The good.....easy to find and nice staff. The bad.....noisy (30 feet from the highway and so close to neighbors you hear every word if you're outside); big-rig space so narrow we had only 3 feet between our slides and our neighbors, had a tough time getting in and out, couldn't put our awning out because of trees being too close; mostly unusable WiFi; no Verizon hotspot and poor phone. Their advertised "rock-backed fireplace" is literally that.....A ROCK next to a rusty truck wheel rim. No room to park our truck beside or at either end of our fifth wheel. The corker was arriving 50 minutes early and being told we'd have to pay a $10 early check-in fee, then having them take 35 minutes to get us into our space because they put us in the wrong one first, then had to park someone else, then finally got back to us. Their early check-in charge is on their reservation email in tiny print close to the bottom of a three page document, much too easy to miss. We hope they enjoy their extra $10 because making customers angry the minute they walk in your door is not good for business. We will definitely never come back.

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Huge park (400+ sites), everything beautifully kept. Mostly permanents and seasonals with a few sites for short-terms. Price reflects discount for week. Some sites look tricky to back into because of trees. We had about 2 inches clearance to get around a corner on the way to our site. We were at the far end in #D-B which had more privacy than most and was easy to get into with our 38' fifth wheel. Decent antenna TV reception. Satellite reception would be iffy because of trees. Campground very convenient to a lot of places. Very nice staff. Would have rated higher except for major drawback of having no wifi at sites. Very quiet except for outside music event in Pavilion across from us on Saturday evening. The bass was horrible inside our RV. Watch out for dangerous bicycles and skateboards zipping around the roads with riders who do not warn they're about to pass. Would stay again if we could get the same space or one of the 5 pull-thrus so we could be sure of getting in easily.

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Easy access, convenient to Saratoga area. Spaces are grass and sandy dirt which tracks in no matter how many times you wipe your feet. Girl who checked us in was curt and unfriendly. Wifi available only at office. There are seats outside but it was 90 degrees and the glare was so bad I couldn't see my laptop screen. Inside the office is tiny with no place to sit and only place to put laptop was on top of ice cream freezer. Totally unacceptable for the price. Worst of all, the power is around 130 volts which kept tripping our surge protector. Could keep power running only by turning on both AC units to drain off some of the excess amperage. Could not leave with power on in case it tripped and left our pets in the heat with no AC. Checked 5 power boxes at unoccupied sites and found same high voltage at all of them. Will never stay here again!

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Satisfaction with this campground will depend on what you're looking for. Way off the beaten path, beautiful, very quiet and peaceful, but a long way to get to anything. It consists of grass hillsides with 95% seasonals. The area for short-terms is a sloped and bumpy grass field with no marked spaces, difficult to get level especially on wet grass when blocks keep sliding. We had full hook-ups, all worked well. Verizon phone barely worked (one bar, calls dropped), hotspot didn't work until a mile out of the campground. No over-air tv at all. Good wifi at office but it was too far to walk carrying a heavy laptop. Took a 4-minute drive at 5 mph over rough road to get there. Very nice owner. Laundry is just one household washer/dryer set. Had to drive 15 miles to laundromat in Bath. Would be nice for a weekend getaway if you didn't want tv or need wifi at the site, but for us this place did not work. We will not stay there again.

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Only two campgrounds in Cedar Springs and both have big negatives. This one is clean and tidy with 90% seasonals. Pull-thrus are double-length spaces so are not pull-thru if you arrive after the other half of the space is full. Our site was good during the week, but Fri-Sat-Sun the place was over-run. The campground evidently only enforces rules when they want to (as in one tent or camper per space). There were 5 tents in the space behind us, 2 were in our space right up under our back window. They were eventually made to move those 2 tents but still put them on the same space. It was so crowded we couldn't have pulled out without getting 4 vehicles moved. Wifi was spotty. Noise from Hwy 131 was really awful. Will not stay here again.

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This park is a gem. Right on the bay with wonderful view of the water, although not from all spaces. Very convenient to Petoskey. Good wifi and over-air TV. One end of park has noise from the hospital's HVAC system, the other end has the water-treatment plant which sometimes smelled bad but it didn't last long. Sites around the end next to the water-treatment plant are much bigger. Would definitely stay again if we could get one of the end sites.

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As a previous reviewer said, sites range from tiny to huge, level to unlevel, shady to sunny. We had a hard time finding a site we could get into and had to remove a site-number pole to do it. Water hook-ups are mostly at the back of every other site serving four sites per hook-up so have enough hose to cross from opposite side if necessary. Much depends on your neighbors' behavior. Our neighbors were very nice but inconsiderate, constantly burning a campfire which was so smoky we couldn't sit outside or open our windows. Surprisingly quiet for large number of campers. Wifi never worked at our site. Lovely town with lots of history. Would definitely stay again if in area.

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Small camping area behind motel on Hwy#62, but no traffic noise. Spaces are all long pull-throughs on asphalt with grass between. Poor picnic tables (wood is curving so much many aren't usable). Excellent wifi and antenna-tv reception. Most are short-term for sightseers. A few not-nice permanents. Nice owner. Limited area to walk dogs. Price is very high for what is offered but it's based on Niagara Falls being only 14 miles away. Would stay again if in area.

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Beautiful park in quiet location, convenient to I-90 and Lake Erie. Well landscaped and very clean. Mostly seasonal spaces. Short-term spaces are all pull-through but not at all level front to back and some have trees to negotiate. We parked towards the back of our space and did okay. No antenna-tv reception. Must pay for wifi - $3/1 day, $5/2 days, etc. Also must pay to use AC. They do not allow electric heaters at all so beware in cool weather. The very long list of "DO NOTS" plus no tv and extra charges for wifi and AC irritated us so much we will look for another campground if back in the area.

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The only campground convenient to the boat tour to Isle Royale. Only 4 pull-thrus. #7 and #9 both have outstanding views of the lake and have no one near them. Wifi erratic, no antenna-tv reception, only ATT&T works there. We were told if we had Verizon we'd probably connect with a Canadian tower and incur huge unexpected charges so we turned our phones off. Laundry has only one washer and dryer but they worked okay and were reasonable ($2.00 & $1.50). Manager works out of marina and wasn't there when he was supposed to be. Several people arriving Friday afternoon with reservations had no way of registering or finding out what sites they were in and no one knew where he was. They were extremely upset. Trading Post nearby has gas and minimal groceries but it beats driving 35 miles to Grand Marais. We enjoyed the solitude and beautiful view, but if you've seen Isle Royale and Grand Portage National Monument, there's no reason to go back. If we were going to do it again we'd stay in Grand Marais and drive up to Grand Portage to do those two parks in one day.

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Beautiful location on the river but a lot of sites have no view of the water. Many have only a view of other campers. Sites are angled so that it's difficult to get a view of the water if all your windows are on the right side (passenger side). Our pull-thru had to be backed in to because of the location of the electric box and fire pit and it appeared to be the only one without a picnic table. 30 amp power was steady. Wifi was barely okay. Very nice dump station. Noisy kids all over until 11:00 pm but after that was very quiet. The place books up very quickly so get reservations as early as possible. Far more positives than negatives. We will definitely stay again when in the area.

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Small and very tight park with a few real pull-thrus. Owner said wifi wasn't working properly and seemed very unconcerned about it. No antenna TV reception. Heavy tree coverage would make satellite reception difficult. Convenient location for seeing Voyageur National Park. Nothing else to do in the area. Site #17 is easiest to get in and out of for big rigs. It's narrow so steps come out over a slope which is tough for mobility challenged. Adjoining nice neighborhood and Little League ballpark are great places to walk dogs. They can even be off-leash at the ballpark. Would stay again.