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This is an FYI to RVparkreviews and other users of this website. This location bribes users for reviews. I just received this: The way we keep getting better and better is to pay close attention to our guest reviews on the many review sites, like Google, Yahoo and Good Sam. In order to get as many reviews as we can, we would like to remind you about our Apple iPad Giveaway, and ask you to take a moment and review our park. With EACH review you make, you will be entered into the final iPad Giveaway of this year, which will take place on December 31, 2012.

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Mostly long term tenants but they are polite and maintain clean rigs. The park is off HWY 70 heading towards White Sands and is just past the relief route around Alamogordo allowing faster access to various parts of the city. Good Verizon data card signal. Spaces are narrow but not too bad. Dirt and sparse gravel. Quiet at night. From our spot you could see the white dunes off on the horizon and it was neat to occasionally get a sonic boom from the F-22s. A unique place to stay.

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Take the time to check out this park's website, a very funny read. Easy access to highway. We stopped for an overnight stay. Has cement pads that were perfectly level.

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Easy access to interstate but far enough away to be quiet at night. Large park with easy to access pull through spots.

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Easy on and off overnight park while traveling the interstate across PA. Park closes for the season as of November 1.

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We stayed for a month at this park and as others have noted it is as close to perfect as you can get. Rather than rehash what others have said we will highlight what we found great about the park. The indoor heated pool, spa, and sauna; the quiet nights, family friendly location, adjacent State Forest with great mountain biking trails; the easy access to shopping and Gillette Stadium. There are incredible fall colors in this park, which is managed like a professional business. The weekends are a bit crazy so we just planned to be away from the park Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon (every single spot was filled on every weekend). During the week this place was heaven. A previous poster mentioned the during week construction: unlike them we were not notified of the impending noise and found the constant drone of the tractor a bit annoying. Verizon cell signal is okay but not fast for data cards. Has cable TV hook ups AND good digital over air signals.

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Wow and I mean wow. This place deserves an A for marketing and F for actual product. We made a reservation through the corporate website based upon the pictures and even referenced reviews from this website. Folks this is not a good RV park. They are way overpriced, we found a coupon on their website to get our cheap rate, and their spots are simply dirt/ wild grass spaces with multiple roots and poor entrance/ exit clearance. Maybe all the parks in Maine are this bad hence the glowing reviews, but come on. I agree with one of the reviews below that this place should not call itself a resort. We went to use their jacuzzi and the water was milky with chunks of stuff floating; time to drain and disinfect. The staff responded that they would turn it on for a few hours to clean it out. Verizon signal is great and easy access to Rockland and Camden.

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A nice little campground nestled behind a quaint roadside motel. Nothing amazing but not too bad either. Fast internet connection, good cell phone reception, pretty views of the mountains, and a short path down to the river. Owner is very nice too. Best price and best place in the area. Only for self contained rigs no showers or baths available.

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A very tranquil setting in the picturesque Green Mountains. Excellent cycling from the campground. Easy access to surrounding areas and two covered bridges within a 5 mile radius. Seasonal campers are weekend warriors with nice clean rigs and sites. Park would receive a 9 but their pricing structure is aggressive with up charges for almost everything on your rig, +3 for AC for example. Strong Verizon signal. Only downside is the weekend tent campers turn the place into a smokehouse with all the camp fires.

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The previous review was spot on with the seasonal sites. Remove them and their clutter and this is a pretty forested campground with RV Spots. They have a "new" section right by the office for short term stays that offer long pull through spots and 50 amp service. Park advertises a laundry, but 4 machines for 100+ spots does not qualify as a laundry. Pool is not heated but is well kept. Great cycling roads from campsite and 15 minutes from Windham Mountain. There is a lake with lakefront spots but those are only open to seasonal campers and tents. The lake is not visible from anywhere else in the campground. Peaceful and quiet in the evening. Not the best but definitely not the worst. Verizon signal is weak but steady; no Wi-Fi; water has a taste but cleans up if you have a filter.

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This is the park to stay for a wonderful trip to NYC. Located adjacent to the Metro North Croton Harmon station, you are 50 traffic free minutes from Grand Central terminal. Located along the Hudson River north of the city the park is beautiful and peaceful. Ample cycling routes start from the park, plus the grocery store 2 miles from the campsites (spots are 1.5 miles inside the park) makes for easy shopping. Verizon signal was strong for both cell and data. 30 amp hookups operated with proper voltage. Words of caution: This area of New York is hazardous to tall RVs. Route your trip with caution. Best access, although you will pay tolls, is 287 to 9n through Terrytown. We arrived via an alternate route that was very dangerous being unfamiliar with the area. Also local gas stations are small so larger rigs should not arrive low on diesel; fuel prices are expensive too so plan accordingly.

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This park suffers from a common trend on this website, review bias. Just because a campground has full hookups and a pool does not mean it gets 9-10 stars. After reading the reviews on this site we were looking forward to our stay at the park. When combined with the high daily and weekly rate our expectations were pretty high. Driving up to the entrance the park appears clean and well kept but after checking in the gravel entryway fades in the rear view mirror as you are led into the dirt (not gravel or sand just dirt) and trees. I mention trees because there are a good amount of them, not so many to be overwhelming, but they are located in the most inopportune locations. This is a good park for the locals who use it as a campground on the weekends and the seasonal who stay for the summer. This is not a good over night park or vacation park for visiting local beaches. Cell service is bad throughout the park. Verizon only works with a repeater and is still weak. Water quality is so-so. Electricity was good. Pool is not well kept and they have really weird hours for use. Park allows campfires which is great if you like burning things but is not good if you do not like being smoked out.

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This park would easily be a 7 or higher if the electricity worked properly (low voltage = serious problems for sensitive electronics) and the internet connection worked. As is this place came about 5 minutes from destroying our AC when we first arrived and the internet connection was useful 1 out of every 10 clicks. The spaces are tight, but we were able to fit our 37 foot 5th wheel into a spot with careful maneuvering and angling. During the day we disconnected all electricity and spent the day somewhere else, returning around 8 when the voltage peaked back up. The park has a wonderful pool, easy access to highways and shopping, 40 minutes into DC, and one of the nicest camp-hosts we have ever met. Verizon signal is weak, and data speeds are super slow. Stay at your own risk.

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What a surprising little campground. As noted by others, there are long term residents but they are all nice as long as you don't mind looking at their older rigs. Beautiful grassy areas with pull-through spaces; ours had a wood patio that lined up perfectly with the stairs. Owners and managers were super polite and accommodating. WiFi is blazingly fast at 5mb steady. There is a family of ducks that live around the rigs and demand offerings of food when they waddle by; very funny. Park is 1 mile from the entrance to route 194 which is an incredible bike ride or drive through Appalachian farms and valleys. Only word of caution relates to the state of NC; they are hurting for cash and have increased law enforcement to build a ticket-able base. We were stopped one block from the park by Sheriffs running a "driver license" check-point; they were polite but it was obvious that had our eggs not been in a row we were going to be cited for something. We will definitely return to this park in the future.

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Nothing great but not bad either. The only down side is that they have really old laundry machines in a small room with no AC. Spots are gravel/ dirt, and the pull through spots are enormous. Verizon signal is okay, with an amp it is steady. Located off I-340, 5 miles north of town. Quiet at night with convenient access to city.