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Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Fort Chiswell RV Park, Max Meadows, Virginia

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $30.00
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This is a very popular campground for RVers heading south. We were here 4 days and every afternoon rigs were coming in. Very convenient to I-77 and I-81, but far enough off the highway for a quiet night's rest. The restrooms and showers are modern and spotless. The cable TV is fine, and the Wi-Fi is okay most of the time. Sites are gravel and reasonably level, with enough space between sites. A majority of sites seem to be pull-throughs. No issue here with seasonal campers, at least in mid-October. Staff was friendly, but no escort to sites, but I didn't think an escort was needed. Overall, this is one of the best campgrounds among the hundreds we've stayed in. We camped at Fort Chiswell RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Candy Hill Campground, Winchester, Virginia

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $44.00
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This is a older, but well-maintained campground. Most sites are gravel, and although there are large trees among the sites, the low branches seemed to be well-trimmed and didn't present a problem. There are just a few pull-through sites, and some of the back ins are a bit tight, but knowledgeable staff was on hand to assist. Sites are reasonably level. Interior roadways are well-paved and signage to the campground is quite adequate. We were here in off-season, although the campground seemed quite busy. The entrance area is a bit narrow, so I can see how it could get backed up during high season. Some sites have hookups on the off-side of the rig. Our sewer was on the left. The water, power, and cable were on the right. But this wasn't a big issue in hooking up. The rates are a bit high, but I've paid more for less. We camped at Candy Hill Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Northampton / Springfield KOA, Westhampton, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $37.00
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After reading the previous two reviews I needed to check to make sure I stayed at the same campground. Although the pull-through sites are a bit narrow, I've certainly seen narrower. The back in sites seemed roomy and many are in decent shade. The park is well-maintained, the staff is friendly and accommodating. There are all sorts of scheduled activities for kids, including rides on a fire engine and a tractor-pulled wagon. Yes, the campground is in a rural area -- it is, after all, a campground. Using Springfield in the name is a bit of a stretch, but it is 20 minutes from the center of Northampton. Signs leading to the park from every direction are plentiful, and anyone following the directions provided on the reservation confirmation shouldn't have any issues getting to the park. Wi-Fi worked well, and the cable TV is adequate. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Northampton / Springfield KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Family and Friends Campground, Standish, Maine

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $36.00
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If you are looking for an "RV Resort" look elsewhere. If you are looking for a rustic campground in the woods, read on. The interior roads are steep, unpaved, tight, and very rough. The trees are trimmed back enough to permit big rigs access with no roof damage. And some sites look like they will accommodate big rigs without too much hassle. Other sites however, will make entry and exit a serious challenge. On the plus side, the Wi-Fi works well and the cable TV is terrific. The trees make for good privacy on most sites. I don't think satellite dishes will work well with all of the trees. There are a fair number of seasonal campers here, but that's really not an issue. We stayed here during the week and the nights were quiet. We camped at Family and Friends Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Timberland Acres RV Park, Trenton, Maine

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $45.00
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This is a long, narrow campground with a mix of campsites. We were in a pull-through in a mostly transient area, and the one bath house was about half a mile from the site, and if I'm exaggerating it isn't by much. There are quite a few seasonal folks here, mostly in the wooded, back-in sites, and some of those sites seem to be available for transients. The grounds are well-maintained, the bath house was clean and large enough to handle the number of campers. Wi-Fi worked well, but off-air TV reception is very limited. Location is convenient to both Ellsworth for shopping and the usual services, and Bar Harbor/ Acadia National Park. The $45 rate shown doesn't include the Good Sam discount, but this is one of the more reasonably-priced campgrounds in the popular Bar Harbor area. We camped at Timberland Acres RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Rockwood Park, Saint John, New Brunswick

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $34.00
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This is a nice campground in a Saint John Municipal park located 5 minutes from the center of town. Sites are gravel/grass, fairly level, and reasonably roomy. Although there is no pool, there is a swimming beach on the nearby lake. WiFi was weak from our site (#38). The roadways coming into to the park from the Trans Canada Highway and the city are through a residential neighborhood and quite hilly. The signs showing the route are small and may be hard to spot. There is a restaurant in Rockwood Park, a short hike from the campground. There is an attendant or security guard at the campground gate 24/7. This is a good location for exploring Saint John and the Bay of Fundy area. We camped at Rockwood Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Annapolis River Campground (55+ park), Bridgetown, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $35.00
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This is very nice campgroound along a narrow portion of the Annapolis River. Sites are grass and reasonably level. I checked "no" on "Family friendly park" because the owner considers this park a seniors camp, although there appear to be no formal age restrictions. About half the sites are taken with seasonal campers, but we found them to be quite friendly. There's a nominal fee for wifi, which worked very well and a fee for cable TV, which was a pleasant surprise for campgrounds in the maritimes, where off-air antennas generally get just one or two channels. The cable here is full-service, including digital channels from the US. Restrooms are rustic but clean. Most transient sites are in an open area, but we were able to get a river front site, in the shade, for our 3 day stay. The owner is quite helpful and accommodating, but be warned, credit or debit cards are not accepted as payment. We camped at Annapolis River Campground (55+ park) in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Wayside Campground, Glen Margaret, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $30.00
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This is a mostly rustic campground that has been in business under the same family management for 50 years. The 5 pull-through sites closest to the road are in an open area, but there are many nice sites back in the woods. The traffic noise in the front sites isn't too bad at night. The restrooms are rustic but clean, and there is a fee for using the shower ($1 for 10 minutes). The staff is friendly and helpful, and the location is terrific, about 10 minutes from Peggy's Cove and about 40 minutes from Halifax. There are several wi-fi repeaters, and the wi-fi was decent at our site. TV reception on the antenna was very poor. The owner told me that there are about 40 seasonal campers among the 150 sites, so that didn't seem to be an issue. We camped at Wayside Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Nimrod's Campground, Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $28.00
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This is a rustic campground operated by a local hunting and fishing club. Several end-to-end sites are right on the lake (our rig is parked 15 feet from the water). Sites are grass, some are in shaded areas, most seem reasonably level. Previous listings show some 50 amp service but the current campground map has 50 crossed out and replaced with 30. Washrooms and showers are rustic, but clean. Lots of water activities are available including swimming and canoe rentals. The park is 5 minutes from Sherbrooke, a small town with two service stations with diesel pumps and a small supermarket. The lakefront site we're in is very nice and we would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Nimrod's Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Triple Falls RV Park, St Anthony, Newfoundland

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $27.00
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This campground is convenient to St. Anthony and the nearby attractions. The best sites are occupied by seasonal campers, but the transient sites aren't bad. We're in a grass site that is reasonably wide and long enough to accommodate our 32 foot RV and the tow vehicle. The sites seem reasonably level. Wi-Fi was awful, and our site is 50 feet from the office. Antenna TV signal is poor. Our cell phone shows no service here, but I don't know if that's provider specific (we use Verizon). Restrooms are clean and modern. We would camp here again if in the area. We camped at Triple Falls RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Gros Morne RV Campground, Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $30.00
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The areas of this park suitable for big rigs is a gravel parking lot with hookups. Other, mostly unserviced sites, are in attractive, shady spots that appear to be very nice. The restrooms are modern and clean, the staff friendly and helpful. The location is terrific for exploring the Gros Morne National Park. The Wi-Fi at our site was not accessible, but it was very strong a short walk away in a covered pavilion. Grocery supplies in Rocky Harbour are limited, so if you plan to stay a while, be sure to stock up before you get here. We camped at Gros Morne RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Grand Codroy RV-tent Camping Park, Doyles, Newfoundland

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $30.00
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This is a very nicely laid-out campground in a rural area. Sites are roomy and separated from neighboring sites in a way that assures privacy. Very convenient to the Nova Scotia ferry so its a good spot to stay upon arrival on the island since the ferry gets in late in the afternoon. The owners and staff are Newfoundlanders -- extremely warm, friendly and helpful. Wifi is among the best campground wifi we've experienced. Restrooms are clean and well cared-for. The park is nestled in the Cordroy Valley which is a very pretty setting of mountains and rivers. Antenna TV reception is quite limited. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Grand Codroy RV-tent Camping Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

North Sydney/Cabot Trail KOA, New Harris, Nova Scotia

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $49.00
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This is a nice campground on a terraced mountainside with a great view of northern Lake Bras D'Or and the Seal Island Bridge. The Wi-Fi at our site was very strong and off air TV provided 3 stations. Sites are wide and reasonably level. Bathouses are clean and modern. The firewood sold at the campground is a big bunch, complete with kindling and paper. The daily rate of $49 doesn't reflect the KOA member discount, but (in my opinion) is quite steep, especially early in the season. The location is convenient to the Cabot Trail and not too far from Baddeck. Decent grocery shopping is in North Sidney, about 12 miles away, which is also where the Noufoundland ferry terminal is located. We camped at North Sydney/Cabot Trail KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Seal Cove Campground, Murray Harbor North, Prince Edward Island

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $36.00
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This is a very nice campground on a picturesque bay. Quite a few grass sites are right on the bay. The new owners are very friendly and helpful. Restrooms are a bit rustic, but quite clean. Wi-Fi is currently available only at the office but they expect to have it at the sites later this season. Sites could be more level than they are, but getting the rig leveled was not a problem. Fresh lobsters are available from the owner who picks them up at the boat. The campground is about 20km from the closest town of any size, which is Montague, where you'll find two supermarkets and other services. All in all, this was a very nice and relaxing place to stay on this wonderful island. We camped at Seal Cove Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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Review Count: 147
States Visited: 49
Helpful Reviews: 16

Lane's Cottages, Montague, Prince Edward Island

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $32.00
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As previous reviewers reported, this is a gem of a little campground. The total number of sites listed (26) is made up mostly of cottages and tent sites. I counted only about a half-dozen RV sites. Although the facility is right in town, it is surprisingly quiet. It sits on a ridge overlooking the town marina, and is convenient to shopping and the local sights. The only negative occurred when checking in. I pulled into the driveway which provides access to the cottages, motel, and RV sites, but getting to the RV sites required driving through a very narrow parking area in front of the motel. Barely enough room to squeeze through. Also, the 2012 season may be the last for this campground. The owner is planning to break ground for a hotel on the property in September, and that will mean closing the campground to make room for a parking lot. We camped at Lane's Cottages in a Fifth Wheel.

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