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This is a brand new park with Grand Opening prices - our 40 foot lake front space is $451 plus electric per month. We were one of the first to check-in. Some of the more unique things I saw and experienced during our visit: fresh popcorn and coffee all day long, tire inflation station on the way out, cell phone charging station, no coins or bills needed for laundry, storage sheds for rent, very wide park roads - backing our 38 foot in was done with ease on the first try, various sized sites and pricing so you pay only for what you need, we had enough of room to put all three slides out, park toad next to coach and still have plenty of room to walk around. We have been here a week now and the quiet is very noticeable - no trains - no planes and no highway noise. So quiet in fact that only real noise is the pond aerator pump if your space is around the water - it is on a timer and does not run at night. All park access and egress points are code lock controlled and that was one of the few problems. The main entry gate keypad is located close to gate so it is necessary to get out of vehicle to use it. If staying very long you will want to get a remote - deposit required. I ended up carrying our remote on bike rides as my bike would not trip gate opener on the way out and there is no keypad for exiting, also some of the facilities are undergoing last minute construction but nothing that bothered us in any way - lots going on and it looks like everything will be finished in short order, dog walk gates on the south side of park lead to a hike and bike trail around a lake. Aldi supermarket within walking distance from park entrance, major regional mall just north of park on hwy 6, Westpark toll RD just minutes to the south from park entrance and very convent access to highway 59 or I-10. As fulltimers, Houston is our home base for annual family, friends and doc visits and Highway 6 RV resort will be home Houston home for years to come.

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Park clean, well organized with good utilities and connections. My major problem is with rules and regulations. Individually each item could be overlooked - but collectively the result is we would not stay here again. 1. wi-fi worthless. I was only able to use it for an hour or two very early Sunday morning. 2. Must wear a red rubber wrist band when walking or hiking around in the park. 3. There was a "$50.00 five day advance notice deposit." printed on invoice. Explaination not real clear but apparently you must notify them five days before departing that you will be leaving as planned? We were only staying one week so we called on the first day to let them know when we were leaving. 4. They required copies of BOTH of our drivers licenses. On departure we insisted on getting them back with our deposit. 5. They required an emergency information contact name and number. 6. Not real sure when they were used but they had two wheel boots. Just like to ones PD's use for illegal parking. 7. Web site rules and regulations includeed this statement "If law Enforcement is called for any reason other than medical or fire emergency you will be asked to leave at that time with NO Refund or prorating of your site cost." This can be read to mean that if "I" call PD for gunfire at neighbors site - I would be told to leave and forefet remaining balance. 8. Lots of normal rules and regulations - most not enforced as far as I could see. Example - dump hose elevated on stand not enforced. Other rules kinda weird like three plant limit. Otherwise as previously reviewed it is a nice park. Just needs some management/owner policy reviews to be more in line with what travelers expect.

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Information signs are typical brown with white letters showing signs of age. Very difficult to see and read. Site spacing is fantastic - park nearly full and we could only see six or seven other RV's. Our space #61 strangely shaped in that entrance was just barely wide enough for toad and coach and other end was much wider. Be careful selecting site. I saw several that were probably long enough for 30 footers but half was a steep grade/ramp up. Shower water was HOT with no adjustment. Entrance booth seemed to be closed most of the time. Check-in at nature center (closes at 4 PM) a couple miles from entrance. Overall we enjoyed our week stay.

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Reserved by email requesting one night with FHU. Not noted anywhere (website or Passport America notes) and we did not find out till we were almost there but FHU requires two day stay minimum. On arrival greeted by personable workcamper who had no notice of our reservations. Park anywhere except space 24 she says. No park map. Spaces really weird, with street side to street side parking, many with tables, fire pits and in one case a fence blocking entry. Our first choice shared water with existing 5th wheel but no double tap for our water. Finally settled for spot on the end. No way for our 38' to enter spot for correct location of utilities so we ran water and power under coach. All set up and ready to relax when owner shows up. Hey you can't park there. We had to disconnect everything and move. And Oh by the way don't park car in the space, park your car in the new car parking area on the far side of the park. We have been here before and felt like we got our monies worth. Not this time. Note: The train still is running. Otherwise a quiet place for an overnight stop. Did not comment on restrooms as the only thing available is a port-a-potty.

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Not much has changed from recent reports except: East gate on Cahaba Valley DR is now open in the winter until five PM and that is good news. New Park management has decided on 4PM check-in time. Something we have not experienced in almost 50,000 miles of camping. Planning and driving a big rig to meet 4PM arrival time in Birmingham rush hour traffic! Been coming here once or twice a year for over five years and will come again. Price is with water, electric, sewer and 15% senior discount.

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This campground does not allow electric heaters and there is no option to pay extra for using electric heat. I asked park for clarification and they did not answer. Also wifi is $2 a day "PER" computer. Some parts of park subject to flooding and boats parked at floating dock may not be reachable. Otherwise not much changed from previous comments. Rate reflects Passport America plus $5 river front spot and $2 wifi fee.

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After 15,000 plus miles of RVing we may have found one of the rare destination campgrounds. Fifty five acres on the Kenebec river in Bingham Maine. with 2,000 foot turf runway, tent sites, platform tents, various size cabins, no limit big rig sites with great Wi-Fi and cable, well stocked bar, decent small cafe menu and a full range of outdoor activities including ATV trails, white water rafting, moose safari and more.

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GREAT small park. Yes, sites spaced close, so holidays and prime season could find you close to neighbor. BUT, great views, small boat canoe/kayak launch. If you go to the lighthouse, you get bragging rights to "been farther east than you have." Also easy access to Canada and FDR summer home - must see. Be sure you go to Sunset Point in Lubec. There is another RV park with same name not too far away.

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We decided to go for two days just to see. Not bad, not great but I would call it a real campground. Quite a few seasonal sites but most of them are neat with flowers and a personal touch with decorations. Didn't see one site that I would call open, in fact setting up a satellite would be very difficult if not impossible, if sat. important better ask in advance. Verizon MiFi and cell phones working well. TV - strong signals but few channels. Electric at 117 volts and water pressure good. Sites are reasonably wide but not well defined leading to various ideas on how to park. This is a work in progress campground. Looking around there are many signs of major efforts to rebuild and update facilities. Small sandy swimming beach, good boat ramp for trailer launching. Main building just remodeled and looks very nice. Restroom I looked at was not modern but very clean. Few children around so far and the ones we saw were very well behaved and quiet. Once off interstate paved roads are less than smooth and dirt access road is typical. Interior roads are graded but could use some more attention. Due to dense trees there is very little grass so outdoor rugs/mats are very useful here. Apparently this campground has a strong following as office reported only a couple tent sites still avail. for the 4th weekend. If you canoe or kayak this is a good place. Moose Island is actually owned by the campground and is a nice paddle. And the true test for any campground, would we return someday? Yes!

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VERY continent location for touring Acadia and mainland attractions. Our site had wooden deck with table a reasonable amount of room. Plenty of room to navigate paved roads in park. Card access security gate after hours. Most notable difference was TWO water faucets at each site-nice touch.

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If towing DON'T miss camp entrance once on side road. Terraced sites generally level, but some work required to setup. Access to water front was disappointing, very long walk and not well marked, if driving to water, no place to park. Had planned to kayak but no way to get our kayak to waterfront without a lot of extra effort. Quiet, well maintained park, just about every site shaded. Best thing, staff and work campers. Extremely helpful with local attractions and information for our next stop.

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Adult only, quiet, shaded, reasonable rates, well maintained and cared for. Raked every site between campers. Tidal marsh is great kayak trip near high tide. Small boat ramp to marsh at office with rentals. Close to many attractions and beach.

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Rate reflects Passport America discount. In general facilities are in disrepair. One building falling down and one (had indoor pool I think) had big tarp on roof and signs that roof failing. Isolated and quiet are the best things I can say. Entry road was dirt and very long and VERY narrow with MANY potholes. Door to what I think was laundry had door knob removed and would not open. Would not stay here again.

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Found another one of those rare RV spots worth spending extra days. Glen’s Cove is a campground, not a resort or fancy place to stay. But if you want low cost camping, fishing, power boating, canoeing, kayaking, biking or a just quiet place to stay and great people to visit with on the office porch or around the campfire in the evening then this place is worth looking into. Concrete boat ramp, dock and slips with electric for up 25 foot boats, enclosed fish cleaning station and plenty of room for trailer parking or boat and RV storage. Very large St Mary’s river waterfront common area for watching the freighters go by, napping in the hammock or enjoying campfires and lively discussions just about every evening. Pet friendly and playground for the kids. Most sites are well shaded and a few on the hill are satellite friendly. Fire pits, picnic tables, 30 amp and water at all sites plus a dump cart and small tractor for all to use for the dump station. Sites are pretty level, grassy with gravel. The camp access road and all interior roads are well maintained gravel. Showers and bathrooms are scattered around the park and there is a honor system laundry on the hill near the entrance, all are older but well maintained and clean. Camp store is well stocked with fishing gear and rental movies. Twenty-five RV sites, 5 tent sites and four waterfront cabins. Wi-Fi and rental motors and boats available at the office. Owners live on site, are very friendly and go out of their way to be sure everyone has a great camping visit. Camping rate reflects Passport America discount, seven days or more is $18.