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Went back after our last visit a couple of years ago. Kids like the park and asked o go again. Still find the pool area over whelming. They are soaker pools and very busy with children, crowded as they are popular. Children sliding and jumping and not paying attention to others, parents need to be more on the ball. Still love the place. Large adult only hot pool. Service is A1.

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Mostly seasonal sites, wide variety of lots for over night and short stays. Staff is friendly and helpful. Sites are a little rustic. Great value for the money. Depending on your rig and neighbors rig you may not be able to use your fire ring as you are close. Satellite dishes have a good sky canopy. Its a great place to stay for day trips in the area.

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Stayed for a week with two other families, summer tour of the east. Staff friendly and helpful. Place is spotless, road in from main road is a little rough, but it belongs to the municipality. Keeps the traffic at a safe pace. Sites are grassy, full service available. One pet peave is other campers cutting through your spot for a short cut to the washrooms/showers. Can't teach respect I guess.

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Plenty of water taps on rings roads through the park, sites are clean mostly grass. This is a state run park. Main areas are large. Dump Station is far in another section of the park. Large beach. Planning to go back in the fall.

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This is a State owned park. Very clean, on the shores of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Firewood available, they bring to spot. A variety of lot sizes, 4 dumping stations, power for big Rvs, tent sites. Grass is maintained, no dirt sites. Paved roads. We have been coming here a few times a year. No stores close by, pick up essentials in Ogdensburg or Massena.

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Great park. Lots of activities, very clean. Friendly staff. 3 dump stations, onsite pump out available. Secure gate access, recycle and garbage area. Firewood available. 20 min drive to Brockville. Boat launch. Store. Lots of seasonal sites too. Beach roped off area for swimming. Pavilion, picnic area.

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This is a Good Sam Park, members receive 10% off. Tell them you are a member when booking. Bring your card and show on check-in. The rate I posted was based on after discount, taxes and using 3 services, 30 amp, sewer, water. Pool is staffed by two lifeguards. Adults only swim one hour in afternoon time posted. Park is located on the Rideau Canal Waterway and has a lake. Boat launch on site. Roads are dirt throughout the park. So please follow the 5 MPH posted speed limit, children and animals and golf carts share the roads and no one wants to taste the dust as you rocket back and forth to your camp spot. It's a quiet park, been there four times this year. They can accommodate large groups together. Special event section too. There is 24-hour gate access, with a $5.00 deposit for transponder to use designated gate. If you want a specific site and it's available during your registration there is an additional $10 fee. When you arrive there is a driveway on the right that campers can park next to each other while registering. Store on site, two gas stations less than 1 km south from the park. Garbage and recycling station at exit area. Horse shoe pits, basketball nets, park for children, beach, duck and geese pond, you will see the birds roaming around. There are a a large number of seasonal campers and it's a friendly place. My only disappointment is the registration girl, needs to smile and roll her eyes less. I'm not going to name her, others are cheerful. Yes, each time we have visited it has been noticed, by us and others.

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Quiet; you don't hear the traffic. Staff keep the grounds neat and empty the recycling/garbage bins routinely. Firewood available $ in park expensive, no fire rings. Green house 2 min drive on Kingston Road better deal and local wood so it meets local requirements. Water pressure is good, all grass pads, paved roads throughout, sites well numbered. Dump station at main gate, 5 min drive to shopping, Tim Horton, McDonalds, Pioneer gas and Shell station just out side main gate, a quick right turn all on left side top of hill. 401 interchange located there as well.

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Beautiful place. All paved roads, tennis courts, live theater, indoor pool and outdoor pool, close to outlet shopping and free trolley to/ from shopping outlets and free trolley to/from lake George village. Firewood very expensive in the park, Recommend seeing outfitter near outlet mall better value and quantities. Outfitter will provide state issue certificate for the firewood to meet local regulations. Nothing but great things to say about this place!

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We expected more. Grass wasn't cut, garbage on our site, fire ring broken. Lots of staff, not sure who was looking after the place. Pool was busy and clean. Another disappointment was the old trailers that appeared to be stored near us. Be prepared for 24 hr freight trains, rail line goes next to the park. Water park and drive in located down the street. We were disappointed considering this is run by the Toronto conservation authority.

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We stayed opening weekend. We picked this site as it was affliated with KOA. We thought it would be neat to try an island. We were disappointed. Our power kept going off, cable was grainy. But we were camping. Grass and grounds could use a tiddying up. Pool hadnt opened yet so no feed back to offer. My impression was this place has potential and appeared to have been taken over by new owners. The other sites on the middle of the property were not suitable for small rv's or travel trailers. Small and sloped. Marina appeared to have been over hauled recently and looked fantastic, no boats present. We may try it again in a year or so and see if there has been improvement. There are some recent newer structures on the property. Some of the old buildings and docks scattered acround the property, some history from days gone by from when GE and other corps owned this property.

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Great large gated park, lots of activities for the kids: a petting zoo, W wagon rides, a pool and splash pad. Cabins are for rent as well. The store has essentials, they will deliver your fire wood to your spot. Staff is pleasant and friendly. It's a five minute drive from Tobermory. There is a golf course across the highway.

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Place was busy, we had to stay in overflow field which was fine. They allowed us to bring our generator, a few other units had theirs as well. Difficult to fill our fresh water tank at the designated fill spot due too cars parking to use the main building. I would recommend they relocate the fill hose. We did get some complaints from Tent folks when we used our generator. We didn't run it all day or night. Camp rules state from 8am-10pm perhaps tent folks should be given a heads up that these devices are permitted. They have a wonderful splash pad and pool area, the place is great. Close to Sandbanks Provincial Park and 7km from Picton. Difficult to locate with GPS as the address and physical location are different.

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Great overnight park or short stay, mostly back in spots. No sewer, do have a dump station and fresh water fill up area. Located on the Rideau River. Beautiful village all services in walking distance. Parks Canada Lock Station next door. Free firewood, trailers are close together. Great value for the price and the Lions Club its a great organization.

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Had a great time, staff very friendly and a 'make it happen' attitude. Pools are a little small for the amount of people. Lots of organized events, great for families. Most activities included with your stay. Quiet park in the evening. They escort you to your spot and ask if all is OK and if you need assistance in parking your unit. We will be back.