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Nice park with easy highway access; good for an overnight stay. Sites are the longest I've ever seen with room for my Motorhome and Toad with plenty of space left over. Lots of shade and grass at each site. Cable is okay but ended up using OTA since it provided a better picture. WiFi is mediocre but Version service is good enough that hot spot worked good. Park is clean, well maintained and electric and water excellent. Overall, a good park with lots of space. I highly recommend.

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Great campground with top-notch service in Twin Mountains, NH. We made reservations at the last minute for July 4th weekend and even though they couldn't accommodate us for Friday and Saturday night, they did offer a dry-camping site in a field within the camp and didn't even charge us. The sites are gravel with grass in between but the are pretty tight. Full sewer, electric and water on each site. Analog cable TV was good and WiFi was excellent (even when we dry camped in the field). Laundry offers 2 washers and 2 dryers and was clean. Highly recommend this park and truly appreciate the owners focus on customers.

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Naples KOA is a small park with very personal service. Our site was spotless, the overall campground very well maintained and community areas constantly spruced up. The pool was heated and used extensively. Many of the campsites are seasonal but there were plenty open for travelers. Electric, water and Sewer available at each site. WiFi was awesome, cable TV was HD and Verizon service adequate. Highly recommended.

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This is an excellent KOA located close to Freeport Maine and is well maintained and very clean. Roads leading to the park are marginal, at best, and need to be navigated very carefully (obviously Maine needs to put some money in road maintenance). Campsites are either in the open (pull throughs) or in the woods (typically back-ins), some have dumps but all have electricity and water. When making the reservation you can choose what type site you want--obviously cost of the site is dependant on the amenities. There's a lot for kids to do with train rides through the campground on weekends. WiFi is inadequate for a park this big. I could always log on but sometimes the signal was so slow everything timed out. Verizon coverage was poor but OTA Television was great. We enjoyed this KOA so much extended our stay three days. Highly recommended.

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Sun River Campground is an older, rustic campground that is run by a very friendly gentleman that accommodated our needs. There is no WiFi and the Verizon signal comes in and out. OTA television provides 10 channels, none of which are network channels. There's a river running adjacent to the campground that has a swimming area and a playground is available for children. We didn't use the bathrooms but they didn't appear to be in good repair from the outside. Water and electric only with a single dump station at the end of the road. The sites are dirt and a bit tight but we were able to park our 35' Class A and still have room for the toad. Overall it's not bad but don't expect luxury accommodations--truly, this is rustic.

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Lake Champagne campground is a beautiful Vermont campground. It sits in the Green Mountains and is surrounded by hardwood forests and grassy fields. Access to the park is easy--it's well marked and, although the roads are narrow, travel to the site causes no difficulty. Analog cable TV is good, Verizon service is 4-bar and everything in the park (electrical boxes, etc) are new and in top-notch condition. The sites have thick, plush grass and are very well maintained. Staff was top-notch: Check-in was simple, even without a reservation, and when we had a problem with cable reception it was fixed immediately. This is a really nice park and we will stay here again.

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Hidden Acres is a very nice, quiet campground that is framed by Vermont beauty. The roads are a little narrow, but absolutely no problem to navigate. Some sites are in wooded areas; others in the open. Most sites don't have sewer hookups but 3x weekly honey-truck service mitigates this shortfall. 30 amp power appeared stable, OTA television reception was limited to NBC, PBS and several Christian stations and Verizon 4g-3bars was good. Sites were grassy, fairly level but did require some front-to-back adjustment. Check-in staff was friendly, helpful and knowledgeable of the area. Cost is PA and is available for 4 weekdays. We liked this campground and would stay here again.

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Little Wolf campground is located on Little Wolf Lake and is one of the most beautiful locations we've camped at. Every site has a lake view and many of them are situated on the lake. We took one of the lakefront sites, faced the motorhome towards the lake and woke to an awesome view. Lakefront sites have water and 30amp electricity; the remainder of the sites have sewer too. The site we're in isn't very level but the jacks compensated well. Verizon is 4g, 5 bars. There's no TV signal, but with the view, who cares. Staff is great! Showed us all the available sites and let us choose the best one for us then followed-up a couple of times later. There's no public bathrooms or showers, but that's fine because we never use them. We will definitely stay here again.

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Cold Brook is a camp destination for city dwellers; almost every site is filled with a permanent resident. It's very crowded though the sites are more than adequate, typically 50x50. Kids and golf carts everywhere, but keep in mind the park is designed for kids and golf carts. We were HAPPY to get a space since we waited till the last minute on Memorial Day weekend. Good cable TV; WiFi is pay-as-you-go that drops signal continually requiring log-in again before continuing (but, I've seen worse). Verizon service is 2-3 bars. The site we are in is all dirt and very dusty. Some of the sites have landscaping rocks, but ours didn't. We were glad they took us in on Memorial Day, but we won't come back again.

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This campground is for Military and DoD civilians (active and retired). Although there are two campgrounds (Sigsbee and Trumbo) we stay at Trumbo when we come here since it is closest to Duval Street. Trumbo only offers dry camping. There are dump stations and water hookups, but no electricity and generators are allowed between 7AM and 11PM (and some people run their generators the whole time). That being said, residents are friendly, the campground clean and the hosts helpful and knowledgeable. Many people spend the winter here and welcome new faces that show up for a week or two. WiFi is available but isn't very usable at the ends of the campground--it's best just as you enter the park where the modem is located. (4g on Verizon was strong.) Most sites have an ocean view with many directly overlooking the water. There's no reservations except for active military, but the general policy is that no one is ever turned away when the campgrounds are full--it may be an overflow lot, a parking lot or whatever but having to turnaround and go back isn't a possibility. (There aren't many commercial campgrounds in Key West and they're always full.) Trumbo is a nice park and we highly recommend it.

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We stopped at Boardwalk park in February, the peak month in this part of Florida, without a reservation. We were given the one spot left and were happy to get it since it was getting late. I found the management to be very friendly and accommodating. However: the park was pretty bad. It was VERY crowded with snowbirds and the campers in the area of the park we stayed in, were definitely not well maintained. Our 35' class A isn't real large, but it was difficult to maneuver it into our campsite, with the roads and sites so small. Our campsite was directly beside the intersection of two busy roads outside the campground and the noise was relentless all night. On top of that, the cost seemed very high for the value received, but again, this is peak season. The staff appeared to be contentious about keeping the park clean, but the overall lack of maintenance in the park was apparent. For example, my sewer hookup had two broken pieces of concrete covering it and my water was buried someplace else. I didn't hook up to either, but I did hook up to electric which was in a small box (without circuit breakers or on/off switch) that was located 6 inches off the ground and was very difficult to access. Considering the park's location and ability to attract campers, I think they could do a lot better.

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Alligator Park is one of the nicest parks we've stayed at in Florida but is primarily a resident-occupied park. There appears to be lots of back-in spots open for transients in the park's central area (there's no pull-through spots) and each site has a concrete pad and grassy sitting areas. The park is extremely well maintained with the grass cut to the perfect length and everything very clean. WIFI is available for additional cost but a user fee in such a low cost park isn't offensive. Verizon worked well as did OTA television. Check-in was easy; the staff helpful and overall process quick and efficient. I can't think of anything I'd change at this park to make it better. My wife and I will definitely stay here again.

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This is a beautiful county park that is not well-marked but worth coming to. It's close to I-95 but far enough away that noise is minimal. There are some sites with water and 30 amp electric but far more dry sites. The nicest sites, which are on the bank above the river, have the hookups but dumping is at the dump station. The grass was all well mowed, the park was extremely clean and there is lots of open space between the sites. I would have rated this park at an 8 or 9 if the check-in was better. There is no one at the check-in station but there is a sign giving you a number to call if it's before 5PM. I called before 5PM but got a recording telling me to go to the website. Okay, went to the website. Had to register in the website (name, address, etc.) then attempt to register for the site. It is IMPOSSIBLE to register. The site I was in (6) didn't even appear on the site map. I tried all different combinations and never registered. Finally sent an irate email to the "contact us" icon. Nothing. Later the park manager arrived and accused of not paying but later apologized after he saw I tried to register. He stated the website had been broken for 8 years and all his staff (volunteers) had been let-go by the county. I will stay here again but with the knowledge that the check-in will be difficult.

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Wildhorse campground is a big operation. There are lots of sites, all lined up for easy access and exit. Check-in is efficient, quick and easy. There's plush grassy areas surrounding the campground for dog walking and the casino is within easy walking distance (but they will send a free shuttle if desired). OTA television was good and the free Wi-Fi was excellent when log-on was possible (logon tended to be overloaded during peak times). Verizon service was excellent. The ambiance at Wildhorse RV park was all business with very little character to the park; it was organized and clean but there was nothing to suggest a longer stay. It's a great park if you're passing through and need a spot for the night. We'd stay here again.

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I think this is probably the nicest campground on highway 65 to Las Vegas, but still nothing special. The campsites are full hookups, have a little foliage between sites but are all dirt. (In this area of Nevada, the water situation precludes grass and my evaluation takes that impossibility into consideration). Although right beside the highway, the highway noise is minimal. There's a very small creek that runs beside the campground and wild burros that walk in the creek and pleasingly serenade the campground occasionally. Being this is Nevada, there's casinos everywhere, but I didn't check them out (one's right next door). Staff at the Space Station RV park are very friendly and helpful; check-in quick and easy. Cable and excellent WiFi are included in the price. Verizon service is good. I'd stay here again if passing through Beatty.