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We stayed here using a free 3 night offer from FMCA. We did have to attend a 45 minute tour with a salesman; however, there was no pressure. The sites are spacious and the Park very well maintained. Good location for visiting Ft. Pierce or St. Lucie. Lots of organized activities. We enjoyed the hot tub. Only complaint was that the free wifi was slow. There is no cable in the Park at this time; however, some stations are available over the antennae.

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We were in sites #36 and #38 and we had marginal Verizon phone, and acceptable data with MiFi. No sat TV because of dense trees. These trees also afforded us a lot of privacy These sites were full hook-up and a nice size. There are numerous bike and hiking trails. Some bike trails are double-wide dirt and gravel and intersect the Arboretum's roads. It seems this is also a prime area for single-track mountain biking. The staff are A+. It's just a short drive to Asheville and all of the retail stores. We would stay here again.

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This place was excellent! Good location for visiting the Opry and downtown. Camping World right next door. Nice packed gravel sites with a concrete patio and grass surrounding the rest. Ample space. Very friendly staff. I don't know if it was just Labor Day Weekend or if it's normal; however, they had a happy hour on Friday and a Pizza Party on Sunday. Plenty of 1st rate food and excellent live entertainment both nights. Free WiFi worked well; excellent Verizon cell and data. Cable was fuzzy. I would always stay here while visiting Nashville.

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Electric (30 amp) and water. No dump on site. Toilets are pit (not too inviting) and no showers available. Excellent Verizon cellular voice and data. Site #8 was blocked by trees for satellite service. This was a beautiful park and the shaded sites were beyond spacious - probably 70 feet deep and 80 feet wide. The sites face the lazy Milwaukee River. There are only 3 sites with electric and water (8,9,&10); and 7 dry sites. Reservations are made by phone. Never got the host directly on the phone (he's always out working the park), but he did return calls. Be patient.. Site #8 had electrical issues but we worked through them by reducing the power to the battery charger. The park is only 30 minutes from Milwaukee. We visited the Harley Davidson Museum and Riverwalk. The Miller Brewery Tour was missed. We would stay here again. This park would be a 10 if it had clean restrooms and showers; 11 if it had sewer connections.

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Located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and northernmost town of Copper Harbor. Full hook-up. No cellular voice or data within 5 miles. Free Wi-Fi in park works well in non-peak. We were able to Skype to make a few important calls. The campground is very nice and the sites roomy. There are only 10 or so full hook-up. Others are without utilities. The area is very scenic with many biking and hiking opportunities. We also kayaked the lake which was right behind our site (but no view). There is also a historic Fort (Wilkins) up the road. We took in the Delaware Copper Mine tour which was very good. The restrooms were VERY clean and there is a nice community lounge. I would use Lake Fanny Hooe again.

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The cost per night includes the $10 SURPRISE access fee. Electric only for $22; PLUS $10/day or $35 yearly State park Access Pass. (This was a surprise that had us considering leaving and eating the 1st nights charge) Water and dump station are on site. There is a nice boat launch and lake for boating or kayaking with lots of wildlife. The main shower house was nice and pretty clean. The restrooms scattered among the loops are block out-houses. The sites are generous. Trees blocked my sat dish but some local channels were available using the antennae. We had minimal cell and data with Verizon. We hear AT&T worked better. Nice park if want seclusion; we'll look elsewhere next time and file this under "been there; done that".

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Very nice RV Park right on the river where, from many sites, you can watch freighters (some 1000 ft. long) approach or depart the Soo Locks. Our site (#8) was spacious for our 40 ft. rig and had a nice view of the river. Water and electric only. A dump station is on-site. Needed electric cord and hose extensions to reach the outlets. Free (but slow) Wi-Fi. Verizon 3G, so data was also slow. Showers were clean. Short drive or bike ride into town to the Soo Locks Visitor Center where you can view the freighters close-up. Biting bugs were almost non-existent, even in July; however, we did need heaters several nights. A very good Park!

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If you bicycle, you'll love it here. The interior roads are narrow, but once in the site (#204), it was extra-wide and deep enough for our 40 foot motorhome. No road noise in our section, but a real family park with lots of kids. The bike trail is adjacent to a rear gate and town is only 4 miles away. The trail goes way beyond town, another 17 miles to Suttons Bay. It's also an hour from Sleeping Bear National Park with GIANT sand dunes and a bike trail. The sites are electric only and the 2 dump stations can get backed-up at peak times. We were there over the 4th of July and for the National Cherry Festival - a good time to bike to town. The unisex showers are very popular and the floors get dirty from the beach sand and campground dirt. Plenty of hot water though. The restrooms seemed to be cleaned (and not very well) at inopportune times like 9 AM. There are several restroom buildings so you could divert to the next one. As others have said, you do need a Michigan State Park Access Pass - annual cost was $31. Adequate Verizon voice and data. We would stay here again.

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South Haven is on the shore of Lake Michigan. If you like to bicycle, this park is right off the Kal-Haven Rail-Trail and you can easily bike into town. You can also launch a kayak into the Black River from here. Small park but reasonably priced for full-hook-up ($200/week). Sites are adequate and several pull-through sites are available at no extra charge. A no-frills Ma & Pa park. Verizon MiFi and voice service were good. Would stay here again.

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Stayed in site 105D which actually is a double. Not sure if we paid extra or not? Rate includes reservation fee and any out of state fee. NICE location on a cove with a beach just a hundred yards away. Arrived on Sunday and hardly anyone in the Park. Needed a long hose extension to reach the faucet. Good Verizon cell and data! Launched kayak right from our site.

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Rate includes internet fee and non-resident fee. Park pass allows free entrance to any NY State Parks during the length of your stay. Four Mile Creek State Park is close to Niagara Falls. Very nice park on Lake Ontario. Electric only; however, water and dump are available. Fifth wheels, try to get 224 or 226 to have your rear window overlooking the Lake. Excellent restrooms and cell & data services are acceptable using Verizon. An easy 20 minute drive to Niagara Falls attractions. Fort Niagara is closer and very interesting.

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First, I would not pay too much attention to the "3" rating unless you are hauling a bunch of toys. We have a 40' MH and a toad. We only stayed 4 nights and were placed on a large site that used to house a trailer/Park model; among the other trailers. No RV's in sight... It was fine! Neighbors were friendly and hook-ups worked. The Wi-Fi was too far away but the Verizon data and cell was great. The location is close to Vero Beach and Ft. Pierce. Shopping abounds. They do have an area just for RV's; maybe for the monthly rentals? In any case, no complaints and we would stay here again.

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We were here as part of a Rally and the daily rate was reduced to $28. Many reviews are correct in that most of the park is homes. We had a shaded, grassy site (#13) along the perimeter. Road noise was there but not a problem. Cable was suppose to be included but there is a park-wide issue. Wi-Fi was extra but Verizon voice and data was excellent. Nice facilities and friendly people. Close to all possible retail needs. We would stay again at the reduced rate, never at the published rate.

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If you stay here, it is for the scenery and wildlife experiences; because it is dry camping. The big improvement over our stay 2 years ago is that we had decent Verizon cell & data. The sites are generous, although some are not too level. The restrooms are clean; however, no showers are available. Were were here in mid-Sept. and the elk were bugling every evening in the meadow. The only negative that comes to mind is the single dump station just before the CG exit. It can get crowded and there is no staging area; just park on the road and wait. You can fill up with water there; but I chose to bring mind in and avoid a conflict there at the dump. We would definitely stay here again in our 40 ft. MH

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First, if you are in a large rig, and want to visit North Cascade National Park, look no farther. Alpine is a gem just a few miles from the Newhalem Visitors Center. 44 miles from there is Washington Pass. Alpine is well maintained; however, it is mostly grass sites. Our site (#12) did have a concrete patio. The sites are adequate, but not spacious. The owners and hosts were very friendly; however, slow to answer e-mail and often out of the office. Alow-key operation. Verizon cell and data worked very well. There were several families with children which is to be expected Labor Day Weekend. It was very quite after 10 pm. The rate we paid reflected the 2011 rate which they honored since I made my reservations early. We would stay here again.