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I'm going to save some typing and just copy and paste from their website because I agree with every word. "Looking for a quiet, convenient location to relax after a long day on the road? Or a base camp for sightseeing in the Hershey area? Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA fits the bill! Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA is OPEN YEAR ROUND with full service accommodations for RVers and only a mile off I-78 or I-81. We're only 25 minutes northeast of all Hershey has to offer! We offer a FREE HERSHEYPARK SHUTTLE from Memorial Day through Labor Day with the purchase of discounted park tickets from our general store. Our campground is truly big rig friendly with long, level pull-through full hook-up sites, some as long as 100, which can accommodate RVs of any size, as well as tents. Under a canopy of leaves, our sites are nestled along the Swatara Creek, where you may enjoy fishing, swimming or splashing in a canoe, kayak or tube rental from the campground" Additionally, they have a deli-like snack shop in the office building that has great coffee, sandwiches and such.

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This is a great place for a one-nighter and probably longer. We've been using RVR@CC for a few years now as one of our favoriteeast coast stops. Clean, convenient and comfortable. I like this place enough to break my own rule to not spend another dollar in North Carolina. i.e. H.B.2

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Character, this CG has lots of it. This is not the kind of park that you want to use as a "quarter mile off the interstate pull-in sleep and leave" kind of place. You'll want to stay for at least a couple days. Though the entrance driveway and interior roads are somewhat hilly the sites themselves are level. Many of the fire pits are large cut stone structures, almost art. The pool, recreation area (tether, basket and volley ball plus bocce and horseshoes etc) and dog walk are set off to the side so even if they were full of screaming kids, the rest of the park would still be tranquil. Charming "gaslights" along the roads enhance your evening stroll. Good wi-fi and cable. What's not to like?

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Because we were "lucky enough" to qualify for all of the extra charges (+2 adults, cable & AC) the $42 advertised price got upped to $68 incl tax. And that's not counting the quarters for the shower. It is very convenient to I-95 which makes it great for in-n-out travelers. And for seasonals it's a lower priced alternative to the resort type CG's nearer the beach. All in all, an average New England CG. No brags, no bitches.

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The name "Woodlands" is very accurate and descriptive. We had one of only 3 or 4 sites that was not heavily treed and shaded. This is the direct opposite of their sister CG (Oceanside KOA) about 1.5 miles away. We prefer this type of layout. The "forest" setting provided us a new found appreciation of star gazing. The trees blocked all outside sources of light so the view of the sky was spectacular. Only going to Cadillac Mountain could have been better. Since star gazing is what I remember most, you can rightly assume I have no complaints about the CG itself. This is where we'll be when we return to Acadia.

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What a wonderful place. Love the fact that it's the exact opposite of one of those big flat paved parking lot cg's. The winding (and hilly) roads add so much charm. The "alphabet" section we were in (site B) has tiered, level, wide, wooded FHU sites. Everybody and everything here is geared for your pleasure. For once I'm not complaining about having ANY tv. Can't wait for the opportunity to go back.

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Mixed emotions. If you're in the center areas of Frontier Town you're either going to be choking on dust or mired in mud, depending on Mother Natures mood. To avoid it you have to pay the extra high fee of getting a site on the outskirts or one of the waterfront sites in this very large park. The setting of the sites around the marina are great. (we've been in Z3, Z4 & Z8). They're beautiful and serene. But that's why there is a steady stream of walkers and (speeding) golf carts on their way to the "point" to enjoy the view. That's my gripes. The good points of Frontier Town have been documented by others and I agree with them also.

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The perfect RV park for one-night stopovers. Wide level sites. Easy check in even if you get there after the office closes. Reasonable rates, Only about a mile off I-95. A great one night in-n-out. And for those who want to stay longer there are sites with gazebos a/o fire pits and even cabins. Did not use any of the facilities but would I'd be shocked if there was anything that wasn't spotless.

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Our 2nd (and probably last) time here. Must have been in a much better mood the last time we stayed here. They advertise "free cable" but you must put a $40 deposit on a receiver box the nwire it into your system in order to get anything. Too much hassle for a one night stay. The parks in the area cover a wide spectrum of quality. This one falls somewhere just below the average.

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YB parks are not meant to be one night stopovers but we stayed here thinking it was a better choice than the 3-star park down the road where we stopped in past trips. Actually we would have been happier at the other (much cheaper) place. Since we didn't use any of the facilities the only benefit of YB's is greener grass. I guess what angered me most was that they turned off the wifi when they went home for the night leaving us with no internet and no antenna TV. (YBs don't usually have cable) In nice weather, when the G'kids are with us, YBs are great. But when it's just the DW and I traveling in the off-season, I see no reason to pay the high prices.

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If you're traveling and just stopping for the night you should not worry about getting here early to spend a relaxing evening watching tv or working on the internet. There's almost zero TV reception and poor, close to no, wifi signal. Other than that the park suits our needs as a convenient stop on our route to Biloxi.

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Not meant as a one night stopover but we're happy we did just to see the beautiful setting. Perched on a plateau overlooking the lake it's probably the prettiest CG/Resort anywhere. First class in every respect. One other word comes to mind: snooty.

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This was our 1st time here and we liked it enough to make a permanent change to our route in the future. It's a little south of where we usually stay but well worth the difference. As General MacArthur said "I shall return." Lots have sunny/open exposures. Site surface is gravel and features a picnic table.

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Roller coasters and chocolate ..... sweet. Lots of good adjectives could be used to describe this park but truth be told it's the connection to Hershey Park that's the best part. Having a shuttle to the Amusement Park is a huge benefit. It saves time, money and frustration. Specially in the car parking aspect. Our only negative comment would be the closeness of the railroad tracks. Only about 50 feet from our site.

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Our 4th time here. One was a four-day sightseeing trip with the G'kids which worked out fine. The other three were one night stopovers. The location makes Cherry Hill a convenient way to try to beat the DC commuter rush BUT the $55 plus $5 for the 2nd person, which they bill as "extra", is ridiculous for the middle of the winter when there are zero services provided. It's no more than a place to park and does not warrant those exorbitant fees.