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WarWick Woods Campground is one of the best campgrounds around. They are family friendly and pet friendly. The pool is open posted hours, and there is a lifeguard on duty. The lots are heavily wooded and lots of privacy, yet a neighborhood feel is in the air. The owners went out of their way to accommodate my stay here in the summer of 2009 after I had a "run in" with another campground owner in this area. My ever changing schedule was always at the forefront in my mind and for the owners. The campground always has something going on during the weekends for the kids and adults. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone and I already have. They don't have sewer hookups at most of their sites because the granite in the area is just below the surface so they have a "honey wagon" pump the trailers 3 times a week and more if you need it.

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I wish I had read the reviews of this campground before I stayed there. The owner is as everyone else has stated. He is the most vulgar and rudest individual I have ever had the unpleasant chance to meet. His rules are extreme, and they change on a whim. He desperately hates out of town workers, even though we filled his campground up in the spring, before "camping season" even began. He won't turn on your water if you have the wrong hose, etc. He also meters your electricity and charges for it if you get a weekly or monthly rate. His bath houses are locked up, and if you do get a key, they are filthy. This is definitely not a child friendly campground, or even a pet friendly for that fact. I personally heard him bless out other campers and staff to the point of tears. Having just returned from Iraq, I wasn't intimidated by him, but I bet he carries a firearm concealed so be wary around this powder keg. As far as the campground is concerned, it is real nice, for a trailer park. The roads are paved, there is cable, water, sewer and electric. The sites are tiny and stacked upon one another on a hill, which is very windy. If you stake your awning down, stay out of the grass. Try not to make reservations during non business hours, because he will tell you to call back, only with more coarseness and DO NOT show up after hours, he will not let you into a site, even if you have a reservation. Do not expect to have visitors because only 1 vehicle per site is allowed. I would not even recommend this place to my worst enemy.