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Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Arrowhead RV Park, Ile Des Chenes, Manitoba

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $38.00
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This park has apparently added a new section since the previous reviewer called it a gravel parking lot with small trees. The new section is a gravel parking lot with no trees. The spaces are rather narrow and close together, but when we were there the owners took care to provide separation between rigs. The Wi-Fi worked fine, but the $3 daily fee is a bit steep. The place is very clean and well-maintained, the staff very friendly and helpful. The sewer hookup is a bit high and makes for difficult draining from the waste tanks on some rigs, mine included. The park is located in Manitoba farmland, a short drive from the attractions in Winnipeg. As long as it isn't too crowded, Arrowhead is a fine spot as a base of operations for visits to the city. FYI, a new campground at a nearby provincial park was reported on TV to be opening in mid July, 2011, and it might be worth checking out if you are in the area. We camped at Arrowhead RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

The Willows Campground and RV Park, Kenora, Ontario

Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $35.00
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This new campground continues to be a work in progress. It consists of about 1/2 wooded sites and about 1/2 in an open area. A Wi-Fi hot spot has been added near the office, and may be accessible from the lower sites. The staff is hard at work adding new sites and improving the facilities. Restrooms are adequate and the setting is rustic. We spent 4 nights here and during two days the electric power failed several times briefly, but this issue was apparently resolved. Sites seemed reasonably level. We would definitely stay here again. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We camped at The Willows Campground and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Happy Land Campground, Kakabeka Falls, Ontario

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $38.00
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Happyland is located about 10 miles west of Thunder Bay on the trans Canada Highway. Sites are level, and most are heavily wooded, providing good privacy. Some may be a bit narrow for both slides and awnings. There is a rail line fairly close to the park, but I was awakened only once by a train during our 3 night stay. There are a fair number of seasonal guests here, but most seem to be in a separate "residential" area. This is a very nice park and I would definitely stay here again. Just a couple of minutes west of the park is Kakabeka Falls which is the second biggest in Ontario (Niagara is #1). We camped at Happy Land Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

* This review belongs to a park that has been removed from RVParkReviews.

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $38.00
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This is a nice small campground with some seasonal residents. The sites are mostly wooded, but with room to maneuver. Our site was quite level. There are a few pull-through sites with easy in-out access. We were told there is a Wi-Fi hotspot, but we didn't use it. Rest rooms were reasonably clean, but not spotless. We stayed one night, but had time to walk to the nearby falls. Our site was right next to the Trans Canada Highway and a busy railroad track. There was some road and rail noise at night, but it wasn't a significant issue. We camped in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Glenview Cottages & Campground, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $38.00
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This is a very nice wooded campground a few minutes north of town. Grass sites appear to be level, at least ours was. No cable TV but some US and Canadian stations come in on the antenna. The road noise reported in other reviews is not really bad, and is to be expected at any campground along the Trans Canada Highway. The only negative I found was that some of the sewer connections are raised too high to afford complete tank drainage. I needed to lift the hose to empty it. This was not a major problem since there is a conveniently located dump station to completely empty the tanks when exiting the campground. We camped at Glenview Cottages & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Serpent River Campground , Spragge, Ontario

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $35.00
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I agree with previous reviews. This is a decent older campground along side the Trans Canada Highway. Our grass site was level and roomy, the rest rooms are spotless. The staff is friendly and helpful and there is a "chip truck" on site serving fries and other food. The noise from the highway is a presence, but not terrible. We stayed here for one night en route west. And the Wi-Fi worked well. If you like to watch TV in your rig, you'll need a sat dish. There's no cable TV and no on air reception. We camped at Serpent River Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Bayview Camp and Cottages, Callander, Ontario

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $45.00
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This campground is in a beautiful lake front setting. There are quite a few seasonal campers here, and the sites for transients were a bit problematic. Our site had a big hump in the middle of it and a very branching tree on one side, making maneuvering into a level spot problematic. Staff was very helpful in that they willingly trimmed some branches for us. Other daily sites seemed a bit narrow, and as I write this, a motorhome managed to squeeze in next to us. There aren't a lot of quality campgrounds in this area of the Trans Canada Highway. This one is quite adequate for one night, or even longer if you enjoy boating and fishing. We camped at Bayview Camp and Cottages in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Headquarters Campground (Parks Canada), Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $28.00
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Fundy National Park has several campgrounds. We stayed in the Headquarters Campground next to the visitor's center and the town of Alma, which is right on the bay of Fundy. This is one of the best National Park campgrounds we've stayed in, both in the US and Canada. We had full hook-ups with excellent Wi-Fi, a first in our national park experience. The only road into Fundy is Hwy 114, which is in very rough shape. Both our sofa and TV set were sideways when we got here, and opening the cabinets was a bit of a challenge. We were here in Spring, and as apparently typical for New Brunswick, the most plentiful wildlife in the park is the black fly, so be sure to have plenty of bug spray with you. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Headquarters Campground (Parks Canada) in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Sunset Point RV Trailer Park, Lubec, Maine

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $35.00
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This is a very nice little campground. All sites are on the bay, and all sites are grass. The only downside is that the sites are a bit close together...so close that the hook up podium is right next to the next site's picnic table. The host does alternate sites when possible, but when the place is full, expect to be really close to your neighbor. The wi-fi was weak, but adequate. The restrooms were very clean, and the staff very helpful and friendly. We would definitely camp there again. We camped at Sunset Point RV Trailer Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Smuggler's Den Campground, Southwest Harbor, Maine

Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $40.00
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Very friendly and helpful staff and nice campground. We were in an unpaved site which was reasonably level, but the recently refurbished gravel parking area was a bit narrow and too close to the connection podium for easy extension of the slides. The concrete pads on paved sites looked fine. Wi-Fi was quite good as was the cable TV. On the downside, and this may have been because it is very early in the season here, there was no brochure listing cable channels or local services as is often provided by quality campgrounds. Our $40 rate was the early-season rate for an unpaved full-hookup site. We camped at Smuggler's Den Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Wild Duck Campground & RV Park (Adult Only), Scarborough, Maine

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $39.00
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I concur with the positive reviews of this site. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10 is because the spotlessly clean restrooms are a bit compact for the number of RVs in the park at peak season and because the park charges $1. per day per computer for WiFi, which worked reasonably well. This adults only park is very quiet, very clean and well maintained. It is close to Portland, Freeport (LL Bean) and other area attractions. We would definitely come here again. We camped at Wild Duck Campground & RV Park (Adult Only) in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Ames Brook Campground, Ashland, New Hampshire

Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $37.00
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The restrooms and showers here are very nice and well-maintained. There is a $2 daily fee for WiFi, which is discounted for monthly guests. The WiFi was fast with a strong connection. The sites are very wide with room for a tent or shelter as well as a tow vehicle and RV. Cable TV connection is very good. The only down side has to do with the unpaved interior roads which are quite hilly, rutted, and bumpy. This is not an RV resort but it is a quiet, rustic campground in the woods with mainy seasonal guests who take pride in their sites with gardens and various types of shelters. We camped at Ames Brook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Avalon Landing RV Park, Milton, Florida

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $35.00
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I agree with the positive reviews of this park. It is a well-run, clean and pretty little park with 37 level gravel sites and a wide paved road. We've been here twice and would certainly stay here again. Wi-Fi works fine, cable TV is okay with a limited number of channels. Supermarkets and Wal-Mart are a few miles away. Great bird watching and fishing from their own dock, and access to open water from their boat ramp on Indian Bayou. Avalon Blvd. is a free section of a toll road to the beach, and traffic noise is minimal even though the park is close to the road. We camped at Avalon Landing RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Hilltop RV Park, Fort Stockton, Texas

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $25.00
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This is a new park, opened in 2009. Gravel sites are big enough to keep our fifth wheel hitched for our one night stay, but you will have to do some leveling. Park is located on a hilltop on the edge of town with great views of the desert and great sunsets. Owners and staff are friendly and helpful. The bathroom facilities are clean, but quite limited--a single full bath for men, and a single full bath for women. If you really gotta go, and someone's taking a shower, you'll have to wait. No cable TV but the park is in a great spot for satellite reception and the regular antenna picks up a few stations. Walmart, grocery shopping and restaurants are near by. We camped at Hilltop RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 151
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 19

Tucson / Lazydays KOA, Tucson, Arizona

Date of Stay: December, 2009 - $42.00
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This is a well cared-for RV Park with all of the amenities you could ask for. One surprising bonus was the many citrus trees throughout thr park, which provided us with fresh oranges for breakfast. I assume this bonus is seasonal. The site was big enough to not feel cramped, and had adequate room for the tow vehicle. The park has a decent restaurant on-site, good laundry and bath house facilities. Other reviewers commenting on airplane and railroad noise must have very acute hearing. The trains and planes were barely noticeable. The adjacent, co-owned Beaudry RV Center is the largest RV service facility in Arizona. We were able to have technicians come to our site to evaluate our needed repairs, and didn't bring the rig into the service center until the work was ready to be done. This was clearly one of the best RV Resorts we've utilized and will definitely return. We camped at Tucson / Lazydays KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

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