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2 night stay in this quiet campground. 50 amp service, water and sewer. Owner led us to site. But why did they park another motorhome side-by-side with us and a few others, when there were many other sites available. Some only had 2 feet between slideouts. My Verizon mi-fi was roaming and you can't access the campground Wi-Fi from the sites. The lawn could have been mowed but it had been last week. Some workers staying at the park that were all quiet. During heavy rain, 3 inches of water at electric post.

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Very shady sites with lots of greenery between sites. Site 6 was flat. You can't really see wildlife unless you walk the trails. Visitors Center is closed but temp trailer is open with information. Tower near visitors center is nice but not much seen - a few horses. Code for gate - push button so no getting out of car. Some people saw bison near one trail.

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In Section 2, the bathroom is on the side of the campground near the Handicapped sites. The other side of the campground, near the canal has to walk around the hill in between the 2 roads. All sites in this section have curbs that you drive over to get into your site. The curbs made it hard to use my mobility scooter to visit friends - I could get over the curb into the site but had a very hard time getting back to the road. Sites on the canal side are shady.

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Just an over-nite but pull thru site. Everything looked good, road is dusty so that knocked it down a point. Site level, utilities good and at good position. Owner was nice and helpful. Campground out in the woods, about 10 miles from anything.

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Very narrow roads and with the rain, not easy to use. Office staff friendly and gave us suggestions on what to do. Laundry small but worked well. Owner working on roads after the rain stopped and in some cases during the rain. Lots of seasonals. Was quiet and a mile from Rt 17. If you are not comfortable with narrow roads, stay away. If you can drive your RV, this place is Good.

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Level sites near south end of park are not level. Travel trailers had a better time leveling. Site was big but dirt. Train track runs next to the park but only heard a train once during the day of a 4 day stay. Typical Michigan lake with typical beach. Gaylord has everything you need.

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New campground on private point on Sweets Bay, north of DeTour Village. Full hookups only, no bathrooms or showers available. Good electric and water hookups. Some sewer hookups allow Class As to pull head in for a view. Gated park at end of narrow road, reservations only as no turn around in front of the gate. Shallow bay but access to Saint Mary's River. Able to put our canoe in the water and follow the channel out. Two docks rebuilt so far. Boat ramp. Wonderful wildlife when we visited - bald eagles, sandhill cranes, snipe, swans nesting, deer, blue birds... Sites are mostly level with a view or with privacy. Our Verizon cell wouldn't work in Campground but understand AT&T does work. Was able to connect with Wi-Fi and cell in town and up the road on Sweets Point. (Deducted 1 point for that since we didn't know). Firewood on sale for $4 - self serve, a nice bundle. Hated to leave - want to go back.

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A small basic campground in back of the gas station on Ocracoke Island. New manager is trying to clean up the campground. He is trying to control the free roaming dogs and feral cats in the area. A few 50 amp sites and most sites are for 35 foot or less. We get the E/W site and use the dump station a few times during our 2 week stay. In October, lots of surf fisherman were there - us included. We had no problems and it was very quiet. The bugs were not too bad until the last night but I hadn't sprayed around our area for a few days. We plan to stay here again next year.

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4 full hook-up RV sites but small and close together. Our 32 foot MH was about as big as would easily fit. Hook-ups at back of site. Has dock on Caribou Lake and we heard good fishing. 4 miles west of the town of DeTour Village but a easy drive. No showers or bathrooms. Mainly for fishermen and small trailers. 1 site would only fit a pop-up or Roadtrek. I found out about it from the Chamber of Commerce - not in any books that I could find. I would stay again if level of site improved and no one was using the pop-up site. It was quiet - could hear loons - deer walked across lawn in am.

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Fairly big park on Lake. Lake sites available. Electric and water hookups. When asked if the water was drinkable, the lady checking us in didn't know! It was not - there was a notice at the local gas station that covered the area. We had no problem getting into our site at 32 feet but not sure if big rigs could manage some turns. We didn't check out any of the facilities since we were only there 1 night. Gravel roads and many families. Would stay again if we needed to.

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Nice RV park with many sites tucked into trees. A separate area for caravans and tents. Very clean laundry (4 washers, 4 dryers) and very clean washrooms. People very helpful. Location great for touring the northern area of Newfoundland. Wi-Fi works within range or you can sit in the laundry area at a desk. Verizon cell phone does not work here, but does work up at Fishing Point in St. Anthony: where you can complete your phone calls and watch whales. Has a dump station, however no sewer connections at the campsites. The gravel road is dusty, but that is the norm for campgrounds in Newfoundland.

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20 serviced sites (E&W) in a gravel parking lot. But the pull thrus are separated by grass plots. Looks like they are trying to upgrade. Unserviced sites are in trees. Wi-Fi was new this year and sometimes worked. Have a small beach for kids on the pond. A handicapped boardwalk goes around the lake - a nice walk. City water and the dump station is on the way out at the city public works yard. Kids checking us in seemed to know what was important to us. Strange laundry in town - all sorts of machines take all sorts of coins but can get change at the dry cleaners attached to the laundry. Important directions - turn left at Church Road and follow the gravel road to the campground.

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If you get site 6 or 7; the rating would be a 10! In a motorhome, pull head in to site 6 for the best view. Gravel parking lot on a bluff but with a view that is so very wonderful. Those in the front row are exposed to wind - not a bad thing if the bugs are out. No showers available. One washroom near the laundry (only 1 washer has plumbing lines but 2 dryers did a great job. All connections are at the back of the site so extra sewer hose might be needed. They do have a dump station. Narrow roads to get there and no place to really park to check in. The bakery nearby is reasonable and good. While there, we had a sewer line blockage (a rental unit had just left). Response time was quick. Would go back here in a heart beat!

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Wonderful campground near everything in Twillingate. Turn left at the T intersection in town and follow the signs. Sites mostly level. Can be full during the town Food, Fish & Fun Festival but seem to accommodate people. Owners very helpful and pleasant. New Wi-Fi system works within range. Cash or check; no credit cards. Downside - gravel road is dusty.

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Has everything we need - E/W/S and a nice site. Would have been a 10 if there were a few more feet between sites for the big rig slideouts next to us. WiFi works great. Close to town and all services. So early in the season, the restrooms and pool were not open yet. Neither was the petting zoo. Owners very nice and helpful.