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Access from I-80 is dicey at best. Small narrow road that is about 1 ½ mile long access from the interstate. Access to campground is by card reader only but they have a speaker system that you can speak to the office with when first time entry. This campground advertises as being big rig friendly but there only a very few sites that a big rig will fit in. Some campsites are pitifully covered with gravel that has just been poured on it and left there with little attempt being made to smooth and level it out. The first one we tried to park in, that was assigned to us by the office, was so unlevel our rear wheels would have been off of the ground even with extra pads under the tires. We could not get level. We looked around and found one we thought we could fit in which was a back in grassy site. Even then it was difficult to back in because of the narrow street but we were able to do it because there wasn't anyone across from us at the time. Utility services easily accessible from the rig with the water being very hard. Verizon wireless accessible with a strong signal. Satellite access was iffy in this campground due to large trees. Large amount of permanent parked sites with most pleasantly set up and landscaped. Residents very friendly to transient's. Downtown Guilford, CT was a nice day trip with shops and restaurants. Waterfront area was nice with a view of Faulkner's Island. There is a state park close by with trails that we did not visit. Restrooms clean and functional. Small laundry on site that we did not use.

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Do not even think of trying to enter or check in before exactly at 1:00pm. Staff was very rude and unpleasant. After check in was accomplished stay was pleasant. Access from major highway is easy. Interior roads are paved with all campsite pads paved. Easy to navigate in the campground and very big rig friendly. Area 1 is the most big rig friendly with all sites being pull through with some being more level than others. Utilities placed in easily accessible position. Many of sites are waterfront or waterview. Some sites could be difficult to get level on if in Big Rig. Many restaurants in the area. No Wifi but Verizon signal is decent. Satellite access was ok with some trees maybe posing an issue in some sites. All campsites have fire rings strategically placed. Biggest issue is that even though pads are straight, the grassy area beside of pad is severely sloped making it almost impossible to level a picnic table on many of the sites. Did not use restrooms. Park has some historical value. Access from major highway easy with all interior roads being paved.

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Easy access from major highway. Call for directions as entrance to the park is easier to make coming from the opposite direction that the GPS will direct you. Check in was pleasant and easy. Gated community with card access. First on the list is internet access. While they have Tengo here with free passes, if it is a holiday weekend and the park is full, internet of any kind does not work. Verizon is also non existent on these days and wound up being almost useless to us the entire time with a poor signal on our Mifi. Satellite access no problem in most sites. There are several transient sites interspersed throughout this park among many small cottages and permanent parked RV's. Residents are mostly friendly. Sites are nicely landscaped and pleasant to look at. Four paved RV sites face the busy Old Wharf Rd. with a white fence separating sites from the road. Our site was one of these and a little difficult to get in and out of with our Big Rig. Paved pad was just long enough for the coach. Had to park our car beside of the coach on the grass. Utilities are easily accessible. Small shade trees in the park. Most all sites have concrete pads with all having picnic tables. No campfires permitted. Did not use restrooms. There is a sidewalk alongside Old Wharf Rd. across from the campground that has many walkers, joggers and runners. Park is pet friendly until mid June and no dogs allowed on "small" beach area after Memorial Day until later in the season, no exceptions as the sign says. Lots of things to do close by as this is a historical area. Many seafood restaurants in the area. Grocery stores easily accessible.

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Sadly this park is in a great location for overnighting but that is the only good thing I can say about it. Easy access from Hwy 37. Check in was ok but not the best I have ever done. We were led to our tiny site that was not even long enough for our motorhome. There is a huge parking lot in front of several of the sites and the only way we could fit was to hang out off of the front of the pad. Owner did not want us to hang off of the back of the pad as the site behind us was close. Pad was concrete with our neighbors really close by. Traffic noise noticeable but not too bothersome from the nearby busy highway. Hookups acceptable. Interior roads paved. Pool under reconstruction. Did not check bathrooms or laundry.

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I can't say enough good things about this park even if we were here in off season. Access from the PA Turnpike was easy. Check in was smooth and efficient. Campsite accessibility was easy. Sewage hookup is away from the power and water hookups. Long, fairly level pull throughs. All sites face easterly with all being in full sun. Packed gravel interior streets with all sites being packed gravel/grass. Patio area is all grass with picnic tables. Cement fire rings on all sites. Campground really clean. Small pool that was not open. New office being built. Small catch and release pond. Open air pavilion for gatherings and a few cabins on property. Our rate reflects a Passport America discount. Seasonal sites are in another separate area from the transient area. We will be back to this campground.

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I can't say enough nice things about this quiet, sleepy mobile home/rv park. We have relatives in the area which makes this a great home base. Easy access from Hwy. 64 if you are headed to the OBX. Interior roads are gravel while the long pull through sites are all grass. There is a city park close by which has 2 paved walking paths. One is a 1/2 mile and the other is 3/4 mile. A wonderful place to go walking and also has a very large children's playground. Walmart within 1 mile. Strawberries are coming right now and right down the road is a nice Strawberry stand. Larger shopping and restaurants in Greenville makes for a nice day trip. Owners very accomodating and are very nice. Call and give them about 30 minutes notice before arrival and she will meet you and guide you into your site. Some sites are more level than others. All hookups are in easy access. No trees so no shade in summer but do not let this deter you from staying here! Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Also gives a weekly and monthly rate discount.

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The only good thing I can say about Wind Creek is that it is easy to get to from Hwy280. This park was packed due to local school's spring break week. Check in was confusing. Given wrong site info and directions to site was incorrect. Not easy when you have a 40 foot RV. Finally found our site but there was a huge culvert on either side of a very narrow pad. RV rear almost went into culvert. No other sites available. Sites are very small and cramped with the pads being paved but very narrow. There are exposed tree roots all over the site making walking treacherous. Told we had a 50amp site but it was only 30amp. Verizon cell signal very good but no satellite signal due to trees. Park WiFi down due to maintenance during visit. I would not recommend this campground to Big Rigs. Maybe the waterfront sites that are much more expensive are OK but we did not get to check them out since we were there only for an overnighter. Exit was almost impossible to go South on 128 due to a very narrow lane with curbing. RV tires rubbed the curbing. Sadly we will not be back. Will not return.

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This is a 55+ mobile home community that is about 20 minutes from Cleveland and has been owned by the same family for many years. It is a totally safe community and has some of the friendliest residents that I have ever seen. Reservations may be made by phone call. If no answer, leave message and the owner will call back. Sites are slightly shaded, all back in with full hook ups and mostly level. Most sites need to be repaved as the pavement is breaking up but this was not a problem. Need to be self contained. There is only about 7 or 8 transient sites available and once the word gets out about him, I think he will be a very busy person. Grocery shopping close by with a Giant Eagle within 3 miles and Walmart about 5 miles. You really can't beat this place for access to Cleveland and all it has to offer. Access is easy. As previously posted, he will leave an envelope with your name on it taped to his office door which is on the right when entering. Make an immediate right to the transient sites. Verizon signal was strong and the site we were in had marginal satellite due to trees but local channels with OTA was good. No amenities at all except it is a great place for our morning power walks. We would definitely go back in a heartbeat!

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Check in was very efficient and friendly. The campground is clean and well maintained. The owners are very accommodating and make you feel welcome. All sites in this park face due west with full afternoon sun. Afternoon shade available in tent sites around perimeter of park. Interior roads are gravel with a lot of washout. Our back in gravel site was very unlevel and required extra pads under front wheels to keep them from being off of the ground. Entire site was on a slope which made sitting in our chairs outside next to impossible especially in the afternoon when our patio was in full sun. Campground is adjacent to a very busy highway with a lot of trucks using the engine brake. WiFi available but weak and slow. Verizon signal was fair with satellite access good at our site but the farther up the hill you go, it would be next to impossible to get a good signal because of trees. Hookups conveniently placed and efficient. Nice dog walk area in field that has mowed areas for walking your dog. Playground for children. This is a fairly new campground, opening just 5 years ago. The owners are some of the nicest we have ever met. I just wish the sites had been designed a little differently to take advantage of the afternoon shade on the patio side. Some sites are pull through but some there are also back in's which is what we had. Access to the campground from the north or south is down narrow and hilly country roads that is heavily traveled with Amish buggys. There are no cabin or trailer rentals available.

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Stayed a total of 3 nights. Rate reflects a Passport America rate for 2 nights, then Good Sam for one night. Check in was efficient but fair for friendliness. Was not aware when we made reservations that we would not have sewer hookups as I asked for full hookups so all we had was W/E. Most transient sites are at the entrance to the campground which is very noisy and busy. Some interior roads are gravel, site pad was gravel with a grass patio and picnic table. Most all sites are permanent parked units. Some leave a lot to be desired as to visual appeal. Most of these units are in a heavily forested area. Few cabins for rent around a pond. Site was in full sun facing west. Plenty of room for slides and parking toad. WiFi available but very weak. Sites required minimal leveling. Verizon signal was good as was Satellite TV access. Has small dog park.

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As the choices of campgrounds close to Pittsburgh is very limited, I chose this one mainly because of several factors. One was that it is a $22.50 Passport America campground which the rate reflects for 2 nights per night. Then we were able to use Good Sam for the weekend. The other is because it seemed to be promising as their Facebook page is active and the owners have just purchased it a year ago and promises upgrades to their campground. Sites are on a wide open grassy field. Interior roads are gravel but access to the campground is up a narrow hill. The interior signage is very confusing as to where the office is. But while we were there, we did not notice any signs of improvements, as a matter of fact, they do something that is quite disturbing. The campground sits literally on top of a mountain which was about 1200 feet above sea level. There are permanent/work assignment campers around the perimeter of the place which are allowed to let their "gray" water drain off of the side of the mountain. There is a honey wagon that is available for a fee once a week. Also another negative was the location of the dumping station leaves a lot to be desired. After dumping, you must travel down a short very narrow interior lane that passes directly underneath a low hanging high voltage power line! Pittsburgh downtown access was down a very busy 4 lane road. If you visit, follow their directions on the website. If you follow GPS, it takes you down a road that there is an overpass with a 10 foot 8 inch 1 lane bridge! We investigated other options while there and will not be back to this campground.

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Campground is on lake with a dam but no sites are lake view. Interior road is paved but sites are gravel and grass. Has picnic table, fire ring and lantern pole at each campsite. Has bath houses but did not visit them. No reservations accepted. Honor system for payment. Senior pass was $15 per night for 50 amp. full hookups! For us, in a 40 foot motorhome coming in site unseen, we were very apprehensive. But it turned out very well. Verizon wifi and cell access non existent but depending upon which side of the road and which site you are on, Direct TV was fine for us in Site 21. Only 3.5 miles from I-79 at exit 79! Great place to overnight but would not consider it for a destination. Reason for high rating was easy access from interstate, price and hookups for the price. No shopping close by but saw the 79er restaurant at exit 79 off of I-79!!!

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Stayed here for a week while visiting with family in the area. While it is not a fancy place with any amenities, it is very shaded and a perfect spot for anyplace that you would need to go to in Greenville. We have found that the 2 most important places to have close by is Lowe's and Walmart and both are very close to here! There is no cable TV or wifi but does have 50amp full hookups. Rates are reasonable with a discount being given for stays of 7 or more nights. Picnic table on site. Sites are sand/gravel. Lots of grassy areas to walk the dog.

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This campground is a hidden jewel. There are plans for a Phase II in the future. The owner has put a lot of work into it and it shows. He will even come to your campsite and blow the leaves off with a blower if you desire. He patrols often with a golf cart. Site pads are all gravel as is the interior roads. All sites have picnic tables. A couple of sites have a nice swing with a concrete pad. Lots of shade trees. Satellite access can be iffy but you must choose your site. Verizon access is excellent. Some are more level than others. Pull through sites are long. Office is brand new and has a small meeting room with kitchen facilities. Lots of shopping and restaurants nearby. I could go on and on but enough said. We love it here and will return.

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It is not a destination park but is a great place to stay if you need to be in the Charlotte/Fort Mill area. Rate reflects Good Sam Discount. There are a lot of permanent park campers in here, most are in good condition. There is a lot of improvements/construction going on right now. New office has been constructed. Not good for children as there is no pool or playground. There is a nice dog park area with a bag station for waste. Sites are asphalt paved with a gravel patio area with picnic tables provided. Some sites have a long sewer run so be prepared with an extension. Electric service consistent throughout the day with no interruptions and water quality is very good. Satellite access is perfect as well as Verizon LTE. Be warned of Google GPS as they call the address "Grace Drive". Google has been notified of new address. There is a long winding access through a subdivision area to get to this campground from I-77/Regent Parkway. Despite a previous review there are no problems whatsoever of driving a big rig in this campground. Our site was a back-in and we had no issues at all. We will definitely stay here again.