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The CG is a few miles off 476 so it might be a tad long for an overnight, which we were. Germans Road to the CG is narrow and only wide enough for one big rig at a time. CG is immaculate with a nice pool area and children's playground. All sites are back in. The transients are in the back of the CG with easy maneuverability for most big rigs. We were fortunate that there was no truck with the fifth wheel across the street from us so getting into the site was easy, otw it would have been a challenge for our 45 footer. Wide, level gravel site plus a nice area of grass with a picnic table and even a designated space for the tow. It gives you a feeling of space. WES all fine and excellent wifi. Good 50 amp service with very hot summer temperatures. Most of the CG is made of permanent, well maintained units. Have no idea what is around the area.

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At least 12 miles off the Mass Pike but the secondary roads are fine for a big rig. We were an overnite passing thru Mass. Doesn't seem like there is a lot to do nearby. 6 flags is 27 miles. They created new big rig sites last year and ours was an EZ in and out (97). We had shade and nice grass which was helpful because it was hot with a picnic table and paver fire ring. These were the high points. Our outside nice grass area was within 12' of a cabin. If it was occupied we'd be on top of each other. As it was mid week there wasn't a problem. Would be a great site if a family had a camper and others stayed in the cabin. 50 amp electric under 120 coming in on each leg so had to juggle what was on or off. It really struggled all night and one of our a/c units went out because of low power. Cable tv needed a call to the office. Someone had switched the wires. Go figure. We waited over an hour for someone to show. Wifi hotspot weak. Some devices could not connect and when one is on too long it throws you out even if you're not using much broadband. It happened just as I was writing this review! Upfront sites for transients are narrow, close and full sun. Way overpriced at over $50. Not many campgrounds or parks in the area that can accommodate big rigs. Would not return unless desperate.

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One of three campgrounds in the Wells area with similar names, Sea Vu, Sea Vu South and Sea Vu West. West is listed as an RV Resort. It is located a short distance away from the Route 1 craziness with easy access from I-95. It's a "resort" because every site is a 42' x 72' back in, so it's very manageable for big rigs. Half the park is permanent, well maintained camp homes. The transient side is open with a few trees and lots of space between campsites. Even mid week in August, it wasn't real crowded. Paved interior roads. Nothing fancy. No landscaping but roomy, grass, level sites with picnic table and fire ring. Gate security. You'll want to remember to get your $10 deposit back for the gate card before leaving. Nice, large pool area. W, E, S all fine; electric was very strong. We enjoyed that it was off the main drag but near everything. Only has two wifi hotspots; one at the pool and the other in the office. Not very strong and they don't guarantee you can get it at your site. With campground rates increasing (at least in the NE), poor wifi is disappointing and really not acceptable in today's environment of mobile devices especially at $70/night.

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We needed a space to visit friends in the area. EZ access for big rigs into pull through sites. There are no major highways but the secondary roads are very good. Sort of a barebones CG. Sites are level dirt and fairly close to each other. Picnic tables and fire rings. E and S fine. Water pressure is a little weak. Free Wifi is fine. Newfound Lake is across the street. Some of the sites that we assume are for seasonals are very nice, spacious, and private with grass "lawns" Owner is nice and a character. Would stay again.

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This CG hasn't been reviewed for awhile and it may be that there isn't a lot to do in the area. The entrance is a little shabby looking and there are a lot of permanent rigs not well maintained. There are two levels and both have sites which are grassed and level but very close to each other. We were in the lower level and depending on the site, you may be looking right into the many seasonal units. We asked to move over one site so we were looking out over an open field which made it much more pleasant. On the lower level, two sites share a service pole so your table and your neighbor's table are within 10' of each other. Big rigs can maneuver easily. Would stay again if we needed to be in the area, but it wouldn't be a destination. Pool and putt putt. W, E, S fine. Wifi is 1.00/day per device. Didn't use it. AT&T cell service is weak. Owners are very cordial.

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EZ access for big rig into pull through sites. Very well maintained campground right off Rt 4. Very good Wifi. W, E, S all fine. Our site was level gravel with a picnic table on grass and a fire ring. Other big rig sites had a paver patio, table and stone fire ring. Very nice. Owners are helpful and attentive to the park. Very well stocked camp store.

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This campground is a destination because it is quite a trek off I-87. The roads are fine even for a big rig (45). It's a very popular campground so be sure you have reservations. Sites are level dirt/gravel and the surrounding area is dirt. Vehicles going by stir up the dust. Lots of trees so no satellite but good cable. With that being said it is a very pleasant campground with ample space between sites. Lots of tent areas. WES all fine. Picnic table and fire ring. Lots of activities for kids, breakfast served daily and a snack bar. Nice pool and playground and bathrooms were very clean. River runs along side the campground. Staff very helpful. Wifi worked surprisingly well. Would return to enjoy the area more thoroughly.

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A nice CG off the interstate which makes it very quiet. Owners certainly give a lot of attention to the grounds and were welcoming upon arrival. The seasonal units surround the lake but everyone has some access for catch and release fishing. WES all worked fine. GPS takes you down a small road (Tannery) which may be a little troublesome for big rigs. Keep going straight and it goes to the campground. Wifi is available at a nominal daily charge which is unusual in this day. Would certainly stay again. Over night sites not exciting, but more than suitable for an overnight.

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Rather large campground with EZ on/off from Rt 15/US87. They were very nice in getting us 50 amps and extending our stay for one night. Space is level gravel with picnic table and fire pit. We appreciated it was a multilingual KOA as we don't speak French. WES all fine. There are a lot of trees so be sure you can use your satellite TV in your site. Wifi was ok but not great. If your device is off for even a few minutes the connection is lost and sometimes you reconnect, sometimes not. It's a peaceful setting but not far from the city.

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This resort opened fairly recently. It's easy access off I-81 of about a mile. It advertises waterfront and water view, although there are only a few of each. The 8 or 9 waterfront sites are lovely but probably reserved well in advance. We had a water view site on a "ridge" overlooking the tops of other campers. The first site, 110, we were assigned had a tree in front and blocked out any view. Upon request, we moved to 114 which was better and we could see the water. It is a very clean CG with concrete pads, nice picnic table on a paver patio and a fire ring. But: there are very few sites from which you can see the water. For $112/nite we were somewhat disappointed. WES were fine. Roads are paved. Space between sites at the closest point is about 15-17feet. Although some sites seemed to have more space, and there were several side by side spots if two campers wanted to camp together. Wifi was not available.

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Road is a little dusty coming in but the CG is very pleasant and well maintained. Owners on hand are very nice and helpful. Most units are permanent but very well maintained like second homes. We had a level, gravel site, HH26. Room between sites is ample. Electric service and water good. Picnic table and nice fire pit. Nice pool, play area, fitness center, ping pong , volleyball and badminton available. Great wifi. We came in to spend one nite but stayed for 4. Would definitely stay again.

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The roads into the campground are narrow. It's not a big problem but one has to pay attention in a big rig. Be especially careful if you are northwest of the campground as there are some very low railroad bridges in the area. We came upon one on Rt 322 with only a 12' clearance. Had to unhook and backup and take another route. Attractive CG and we had an easy access site, 81. Appreciated that shrubbery between the sites, hid our neighbors sewer and water connection. Nice table and umbrella. The biggest problem with the campground is that the electric presents a challenge. It was a very hot weekend so there was a lot of demand. But the incoming in one of our 50 amp legs was only 108 or less. Not suitable for anything; the other was 120. Management said that the power company had been on site for several days but to no avail and that in two weekends in a row a tree fell on the wires. Several units, including us, had to run generators . Wifi is very good. Would stay again if the electric is fixed. Price is a little high but it is close to Philly.

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We came in after their unusual office hrs of 8:30-4:30 and chose one of the 5 sites made available. The CG has an old FL atmosphere with sand and some grass in level sites. But there were several issues: The sewer connection was all the way to the rear and even with an extension we couldn't reach it. So the pull thru turned out to be a hassle as we had to unhook and back up to connect. Cable TV did not work. The Wifi thru Tengo wanted an email to send the coupon code which I assume we would have received during their business hours. Inconvenient and easer to use the iPhone. Excellent electrical power, quiet but needs a little maintenance to make it more than just an overnite destination. There are some open sites in the rear which may eliminate some of these problems.

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Since the sites are around an open field, maneuvering a big rig is very easy. Most sites are in full sun except for some back ins by the trees which enjoy afternoon shade. Apparently there are some sites in the trees also. It's a pleasant enough atmosphere and is close to downtown Savannah and about 7 miles off the interestate. No cable and no wifi except at the clubhouse. Weak, unstable or nonexistent wifi is getting to be the norm for parks as the need and usage increase. Frustrating. Some sites are very close and others are more than ample so pick your spot if you can. Fire rings have been added since our last stay but the picnic tables need to be replaced. The price has gone up $5 every year. If you need wifi, Red Gate is a problem. But if not, it's a nice CG.

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We've stayed here several times and continue to enjoy it. We've been fortunate enough to get a site close to the ocean so that at nite we can hear the waves breaking. The sites are not spacious but adequate and have a covered picnic table. They are a combination of sand and grass. It's the perfect location for us near golf, restaurants we like, and good shopping. The only drawback is slow or non existent WiFi even though a router was installed on our pavilion. Maneuvering in our 45' coach can be a little tricky as there are many fifth wheels and the trucks have just enough room to get off the road. If the occupants aren't diligent about staying on their site, the turns are tight. Lord willing, we'll be back.