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We have traveled 42 states including Alaska and 3 Canadian provinces so far. Love hitting the road. State Parks, BLM, Forest Service camping is our favorite place to stay. We like being out in the woods.

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Campground is located in a narrow valley with a small stream passing through it. There are signs warning of the possibility of flash floods. We chose a site away from the creek because of that. All sites are fairly level gravel surfaced. The center of the campground has pull through sites but they aren't real large. Our truck and trailer combination would be sticking out both ends if I didn't unhook. We chose a backin site that was very spacious. We had a large grass lawn with picnic table. utility posts were located on a site next to us. I used 35 feet of hose to reach the water. My electric cord was fully extended also. Any longer and I would have needed my extension. The park is very neat and clean. The attendant was very helpful.

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This park is good for an over night stop along the Interstate. There are 5 pull through sites up near the office that are level with crushed stone. Utilities were adequate with 20, 30 and 50 amp service. These are full hookup sites. Ours, however, had a sewer problem so it couldn't be used. The manager said they will be making repairs. I was on site 5 so if that's a problem you might want to avoid it. I was informed when I called them about the situation. It was the only vacancy they had at the time. The price was right so I took it. There are camper sites on a lower level. These look like extended stay sites. I am not certain how many sites are available on a daily basis so call ahead. We used the laundry. The machines were clean and in good operating condition. The premises were clean. A wash or a dry was $1.25. The park has new owners. It is apparent they are making improvements. They seem to be very competent and attentive to your needs. I would stay again.

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This park is heavily shaded in most areas. Nice in hot weather but there is little grass as a consequence. Most sites are on the small side. There are a few that will take a 35 to 40 foot unit. Water and electric hook ups were in good working order. Many sites have paved pads. Sites have large concrete picnic tables on concrete pads. There is a playground for the kids. There is an extensive hiking trail system from the campground. Negatives: no near by dumpster and dump station is down the road not within the campground itself. This campground is called the "west" campground. The "east" campground is located near the marina and dam. It is more open and grasses. The sites look quite narrow but will accommodate large RVs. The road going into that campground is very narrow. Caution must be used not to run off pavement. The road into the west campground is very good however there are a couple of switchbacks that are manageable.

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This park is 7 miles off I 75. It is clean with paved and large grassy areas. We had a full hook up pull thru site It was level grass and gravel. Attendant is super sweet and helpful. Office is a bit odd location. She met us pulling in though. Many staying here are extended stay burn not trailer trash. Things are kept nice. The park is quiet. I would stay here again.

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This campground has many wooded and shaded sites. There is a river walk that is worth a stoll. Our site was full hook up 30 amp service. There was no cover on the electrical box. It had rained, so our site was wet. We tracked lots of dirt in. My wife went to walk our dog. Two large unleashed dogs dashed out at her. When she complained to the owners of the dogs they were very rude. She made a complaint to the campground owner who addressed the situation immediately. It is not their policy to have dogs running loose. The owner also made up sheets with suggested drives you could take through the area to see all the sights. They were very useful.

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The view is wonderful. Beautiful grounds, very well maintained. Sites are very narrow. I couldn't put out my awning without it touching the coach next to me. We were socked in with fog and rain while there. We still enjoyed all the lighthouses and gift shops nearby. We had 30 amp service and water. There are no full hook ups. A man will come by with a tote and dump your tanks for $10.00. Overall it is a nice place with nice people attending it.

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Very helpful staff. Nice campground with open areas and trees. Sites are a bit close but this area is a high traffic area. When you need a place to stay here that is not an issue. Very well maintained grounds.

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Neat clean park with a water view. Most sites are in the open. There are several more shaded sites along a tree line. Navigating around the park is easy on well maintained dirt roads. The road from US 1 to the park has a narrow bridge. Two cars can pass easily but with an RV you might want to wait for a vehicle crossing. The bridge clearance is 13'6".

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This park covers 200 acres with a lake, river walk, free use of canoes, wooded campsites as well as pull throws in the open. The park is very well managed. Utilities hook ups are excellent. Very quiet park out in nature. Close to historical Bennigton, VT.

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The campground has a nice location on the river. The sites themselves are not that great but mine was level and I had a view of the river. I was only traveling though and only was looking for a place to spend the night. The fee was high for just a quick overnight stop. I think this might be nice if you wanted to spend a few days. I still think it is pricey. I have camped all over out west and never paid anywhere near this much. The east coast is high priced for what you get.

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We stopped here because it was late, and it was the first thing we came to after coming through customs. It was cheap but very muddy. We thought we were going to get stuck getting out. They do have a dump station. This place is OK in a pinch.

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This is a very well maintained and operated RV park. They have a laundramat with large capacity washers and gas dryers. They have a very nice gift shop and there is a restaurant adjacent to the park. The riverfront is park like with benches and grass along the bank. You can also fish here if you like. The sites are small and closely packed but typical of this kind of campground. We did not use the park Wi-Fi but it was available.

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Quartz Lake does not have any hook ups but there is a dump station. Quartz Lake is very popular among locals for fishing. We saw large catches of salmon and trout come in all weekend. It is a very busy place with boat launching being the major traffic. There are several parking lot type campsites by the lake with picnic tables and fire rings. The loop campground has gravel pads and are heavily shaded. There are also several hiking trails in the park. This is a nice spot for those of us who like being out in the woods and not afraid of not being connected to services. We enjoyed our stay. Weather was sunny and warm. People were swimming in the lake and tubing.

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Campground is located 7 miles east of Floodwood on Rt 2. This is a new campground which is kept in very nice condition. All the sites are grass covered and offer shade. It is a very peaceful place set among a perimeter of trees. The owner states that they want to put in utilities in the future. At present this is a dry camp but still a good place to overnight. This is an on your honor business. You pick your site and leave payment in a box. The owner lives nearby and comes by daily to check on things. I give this a 5 only because they do not have hookups. With hookups I would rate this much higher.

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We stayed here to visit our son who is stationed at Cherry Point. If it had not been for that we would have left for a campground outside the base. The place was infested with ants that invaded your RV. It was necessary to spray a barrier around your home to keep them out. There was a huge nest of copperhead snakes in the hedge behind our site. Each night they were out looking for snakes. Ten were captured while we were there. They seemed more interested in preserving the snakes than the safety of the people staying there. Small kids played near the hedge daily. Many snakes escaped back into the hedge before the game warden arrived to catch them. The park hosts did not want us to kill them. We stayed 4 nights. The people staying there were very friendly as were the camp hosts. In a commercial campground the problems listed above would have been taken care of immediately. That is my major complaint. The campground is located in walking distance to the commissary and other base features. It was priced right too.