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Rate reflects PA rate. Park and site were easy to access as were the utilities. The site was reasonably level. Verizon barely worked there. It has been some time since I have been there but I recall my stay as pleasant and considered staying again on my return route. I just feel that the prices charged are excessive for only water and electric--and I stayed an extra day over the weekend and the weekend rate was increased significantly. But I have found this to be typical of parks in the eastern US so I am not singling out this park in particular. Only explaining why I only gave "satisfactory" on "value". The swimming pool was delightful. It looks new and is well maintained. The laundry room did not have near enough washers and dryers for the size of the park. They have an ice cream shop on the premises so beware.

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The park was easy to access considering the back roads of Vermont. It is right on Lake Champlain with the entrance road running between the lake and the park. Most of the sites are seasonal with a smaller number reserved for "overnighters". Utilities were easy to access. Do not recall that they had wifi--Verizon worked nominally, if I recall correctly. My site was very short with a hill right behind which left my front end almost in the road--and I am only 24 ft. It was also very unlevel. However, all that is worth putting up with being so close to the lake and just down the road from the Lake Champlain bridge. The park itself is pleasant and tidy. Although I was not thrilled with my site, the lake is beautiful, the visit was pleasant and I would definitely return.

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This is a good park for visiting Seneca Falls which is a few miles down the road. It is not a good park if you want a reasonably quiet place to stay. If I did not know better I would think they were having a rock concert in the park but it has been going on for about four hours so I think it is someone with extremely loud speakers. It can be heard all over the park and I guess this is OK with management because it has continued so long. Apart from that, my site is not so level and there is no wifi unless you go to the office. My Verizon works OK. Easy to hook up to water and electric--there is no sewer hook up in this pull through area. Good thing I am leaving tomorrow, I would not want another day of this.

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Sent a request from their web site to reserve a spot--no response after a couple days so I called. Their web site said the "in season" ends on September 3 (odd since the holiday weekend ended on the 5th). I was making a reservation for the 6th. No, the web site has not been updated, the season ends on the 15th. I did not have time to search for a more "honest" campground, so I had to pay the "in season" rate. Their web site also says they honor Passport America. Well they do kinda--they give 5% discount to PA members. Good Sam was 10% so took that. What did I get for my $40.50? They were kind enough to give me a pull through which is just the middle of an empty field infested with ants. I will concede the spot was reasonably level and utilities were placed for easy access. No free wifi for that price apparently. They did not give me a code and when I went to use my iPhone, I was directed to a link to sign up for wifi-- $5 a day. I went to the office to clarify--the office closes at 5PM--really??? --but it was 4:45 and they were already closed. The rest of the park is rustic and well packed with seasonal sites.

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Basic park. I was in site 1 right next to the office and I could see very little of the rest of the park as sites are interspersed among the trees. There were few trees in the area where I was parked and the afternoon sun in August was harsh. Avoid this spot--particularly because they charge three dollars extra a day for use of air conditioner. Water electric and sewer were provided and they were easy to access. My Verizon, if I recall correctly worked OK. Not a place, particularly in the area where I was parked, that I would want to spend any amount of time but good for a stop over. The spots further into the wooded area may have been nicer. The owner of the park is quite gracious and helpful.

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This is an adult only park so it is mellow and low key--delightfully quiet. The park is rustic with the sites as nature created them--apart from the water and electric. It is what remains of a homestead, and the stone foundation of the farmhouse that burned down is in the middle of the grounds-- and at the entrance is the family burial plot. Makes for an unusual RV park--but a delightful one it is. The internal roads offer pleasant walks and they can be taken out into a more secluded area of woods and fields that are being conserved. My site itself was reasonably level and utilities easy to access. Pump out service is provided at a nominal fee. They have a heated swimming pool. If I recall correctly my Verizon worked OK. This park was a delight; I did not want to leave.

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The resort, which you enter before going into the campground is gorgeous and one could say "classy". There is a campground behind the resort that looks like many others one would find--rustic under the trees with amenities. I think they put me in the "overflow" area. It is across the road from the main campground. Just a large field with back in spots all around. I could not find my water outlet because it had been grown over by brush. Electric on wrong end. No phone or wifi--had to go to the office to use. It was populated by a rough and somewhat messy--but friendly crowd. Learned they were stay overs from a motorcycle rally. The bath house looks to be one toilet and one shower --no separate men and women.

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This park is good for an overnight stay, if you are planning to visit Milford or Port Jervis, or if you want to recreate on the river. The spaces are tightly packed and the place is very busy. It was a bit tight getting into my spot as they had cones to block off an area that I needed to swing around to get in--and I am just 24 ft. The other spots look easy enough to get into. The site was not level but not too bad. My Verizon worked well.

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The rate I noted is based on monthly. This is my second summer at Oak Grove; I call it "my little hamlet". It is a mobile home community with a large area for RVs in the front. Most of the RV spots are full timers or seasonal but if you are lucky you might just get a spot for the season or however long you choose to stay. It is nestled in an old oak grove--thus the name-- with pasture land on two sides of it. The park itself is well maintained--extremely well maintained. Several maintenance crew members are working five days a week supervised by the park owner. It is close to shopping and more shopping and dining and the post office or anything else you might want. Super clean restrooms and showers and the same for the laundry room with plenty of washers and dryers and bargain prices. There is a sparking clean swimming pool. My only complaint and it of course does not reflect on the park or its management, are the bugs--I hate bugs. But what can you expect in a humid grove of trees? They happen to be in abundance in my spot--other residents tell me they have no problems. The cool of the evening is the best time to sit outside but it is mosquito time so I do not spend much time doing that. But it does have great streets for bicycle riding so bring your bike. And of course, with the bugs come birds--song birds in abundance in early summer. If one is parked by the road the street traffic could be a problem but my spot is three rows in and it is generally not an issue. Site is reasonably level but I had to level a little on one side--utilities easy to access and cable is available. You will need cable for internet as they no longer offer wifi. Of course Verizon wifi works well here. People come back here season after season. It is a lovely, lovely park. Make your reservation early.

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A very out of the way state park with some rough road getting in once you are off the main road. Easy enough with my 24 ft and a towed but I imagine those coming in with big rigs might find a bit tedious. The site was packed sand--well packed--was very level and easy to back in. Water and electric were easy to access. Aside from the occasional plane from what I believe is a nearby Navy air base it was otherwise quiet and pleasant. Even so, the planes were not especially loud and I never found them a bother--and I like quiet. I was able to get a decent wifi signal on Verizon. There is also free wifi at the park office up the road (which is on a lovely lake and is a former CCC built bathhouse for visitors to the lake ) . You can go to the office and get your parking permit and then drive back down the road and up the hill to your site. Or if you have received your confirmation in your email, you can go into your site and staff will come and collect--that is what I was told at the park office when I went in to pay. There is a host at the campground who can assist as well. It is not the easiest campground to access but it is worth the effort--whether at the camp site or down by the lake it is a lovely spot.

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This is one of the loveliest, most pleasant parks I have stayed in. I was here for three days. It is about ten miles off the freeway through the town of Richmond Hill until you get to your site. It is a bit of a drive even after you pay at the park office--but the views are gorgeous. The roads are paved though the sites are packed dirt and sand. They are pull through which was very convenient. Site was level and hookups were easy. They have a table and fire ring. The sites are very spacious with the forest being the view from the door. The park offers river and wetland views, hiking trails and biking trails. And it is very quiet--there is no noise whatsoever except for the occasional plane that flies over, or a vehicle driving in. It was nice to hike to the river and sit and listen to nothing but birds and wind. I was lucky to see dolphins in the river one evening while there. I was able to get a good wifi signal with Verizon.

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The rate I have noted here is a combination of two weeks Passport America and two additional weeks at limited services. The park is easy access from 95. (One may find the close proximity of 95 to be bothersome with the highway noise--did not bother me much though I was right by the lake which is closest to the highway.) RaceTrac service station and mini mart is right next door. Sites were not quite level but not too bad. The pull through sites are on concrete, other sites are on grass with a small concrete patio. Utilities were easy to access. Wifi was iffy but my Verizon worked pretty well. The park wifi appeared to work best in early morning--likely due to less people using it; at those times it worked well. There are many full timers here but they were all quiet around me and the ones I could see kept their spots neat. Maintenance could have done a better job of cleaning up the debris from trees littered about. This park is right next to the flea market and there are vehicles frequently going in and out through the park to get to it, but the flea market is fun to go to --and there is a farmers market there as well--at least it was going part of the time while I was there. Basic park at a reasonable price for this area. If you want to see St. Augustine on a budget, this is about the best you can do.

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The overall park itself is great. Right off highway 17. Very pretty, close to the beach and pier. A great place for bicycle riding. The RV section I had a few issues with but even so my stay was enjoyable. Perhaps my site was designed for a larger rig--mine is 24 feet--or it was just poorly set up--the water and sewer were so far from each other that if I used one I could not reach the other. The site was level and being near the rest room where the wifi was, got excellent connectivity. The restrooms and showers were spotless. The water pressure in the shower was very strong. Sent water everywhere. And the water was barely lukewarm--but I am sure that was just a one off and I reported it to maintenance. But beware if you use the shower. The park is under the flight pattern for the airport but the planes were not as noisy as one might expect. They did not bother me and noise usually does. The park is easy driving distance to stores and restaurants.

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The nightly cost I noted is based on the monthly rate. To start, I will give the good: I have been here nearly a month and have found my stay to be quite pleasant. It is a clean and quiet park. Staff is gracious and helpful. The ladies room was spotless. I had need to use the shower one night and found that to be spotless as well. It is conveniently located to access all you need in Washington and there is a little market right across the street. (I did not use it so dont know what they sell in there.) There is a humongous grassy area for dog walking. The waterfront along the river is lovely and a short walk from the overnight/transient RV area. Each spot has a picnic table and fire ring. My complaints are minor but annoying nonetheless. The wifi is usually good but not always. My Verizon wifi is iffy sometimes--sometimes good. The area for the overnight/transients is just an open grassy field. Could not keep the dried cut grass out of my rig, it's made a real mess. And then when it rained, it was a muddy mess. There is some gravel in the RV spots but it really needs refreshing. There is no gravel on the path to the dumpster and after the rain it was muddy and slippery. The spots are very close together. A few pot holes on the roads through the park. Not a big problem unless you are riding a bicycle. The laundry room only has two working washing machines and three working dryers. For a park as large as this, that means guests are jockeying for use of the laundry room. I wound up using the laundromat in town one day. All that being said, it is a nice, gated park and I would stay again if I were coming though the area.

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Dont let the looks from the road fool you--this is a pretty nice park. Nice in that it is well maintained--maintenance was busy with various projects around the park while I was there-- it is older but they are not letting it feel old. The sites are roomy with a patio, picnic table and fire ring. My spot was perfectly level and hookups were easy. It is a busy park but everyone's site was tidy with no shabby looking units and it is very quiet. I was parked in the middle of the park and I could hear some of the highway noise if I was outside or had my door open but it was not intrusive. Minimal artificial light at night. Access to the park is pretty easy but depending on which direction you are coming from you might have to go several miles once you get off your highway. Nice washers and dryers in laundry room at a great price. Plenty of grassy areas to walk my dog. I would definitely stay here again if I should be coming back through Wilson.