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Paved roads, concrete pads, decent sized sites, but a little close. Mix of transients and permanent sites. Transients towards the front section, so be sure to get them. Very nice pool, good for biking as close to bike paths. Clean, well maintained, friendly helpful staff. Close to town. On balance, clearly the best campground in the area !

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Just been informed that the property is sold and it will no longer be a campground after May 1, 2016. They would not accept my reservation for a return visit.

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Only has five 50amp sites, and they are very nice indeed. Mostly paved roads, gravel sites, lots of trees. Ideal for families with kids, a zillion things to keep the kids busy. Somewhat steep angle turning off Rt 52 in a 40' motorhome, likely to scrape at the rear. Go another street down to Dairlyland rd, then Lake House to Martinfeldt and come in the back way. Very busy in summer, and on weekends. Overall, a very nice campground and clearly the best in the area. It was perfect for our 4 day visit to see friends in the area.

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Easy off/on to I-78. Neat and clean campground. Sites are not huge, but adequate with gravel sites and grass between each. Long, level sites, nice shade trees. Very pretty views out to pastures with horses. As to the noise, not any issue to us, we simply run an A/C unit for "white noise" to cover it up. The Wi-Fi was horrible, and Wi-Fi in these times is another utility that is a must have, like the other utilities. Good overnight stop.

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A unique and delightful campground, not a fancy resort. Right next to a working Amish farm, with all the smells and activity related to a farm. Tight spaces, but not a problem in or out. Perfect location to visit Intercourse and the surrounding area. Quiet, picturesque, bucolic rural campground. The clip-clop of horse drawn carriages thru the day and central location to visit the area makes this a wonderful place to stay. We will be back....

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Very tight spaces, like sardines. This is not a camping resort, but rather a campground to use when visiting Hershey Park, or the annual RV show. If you are looking to visit the area and the surrounding Amish countryside, go elsewhere. An abundance of barking dogs.

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Easy off and on from I-88, beautifully maintained, friendly & helpful staff. Nice pull thru sites with a picture postcard view of the lake and nearby hills. This is a delightful campground, mostly very well kept seasonal sites, and thankfully, some overnight sites as well. Nothing fancy, but at the same time, a great place for an overnight visit, or a great base if you are visiting the area. Peaceful, pretty and tranquil ! We loved it.....

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Easy off and on the interstate, gravel roads and sites with grass. Spotlessly maintained, friendly professional staff. Nice pool, decent camp store, cute lake area. Clearly the best choice in the Erie area. Not every site is a 9, but most are and thus the variety in the ratings, I suspect.

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A hidden gem of a campground, right next to the MetroNorth train line into New York City. Spacious sites, gravel and grass, lots of trees, and paved roads Only 30 AMP electric in all sites. Right on the Hudson River, beach and picnic grounds nearby to the campground. The park is City Owned, well run and well maintained.

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Mostly permanent campsites, in very poor condition. Junk everywhere on those sites. Very narrow sites, gravel and grass. Very muddy, no paved roads. A few overnight sites so close to each other that it seemed that the slides were touching. We checked it, drove into the sites, were very dismayed at the conditions, and left to find another campground. GoodSam gave high marks, but I was so perplexed at how this could have been that I have lost all respect for the GoodSam ratings system. Worst RV campground I have ever seen.

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Paved roads, paved sites and grass. Some trees, very well cared for, spotlessly maintained. This is a large resort campground, with lots of activities for all ages. Excellent cable, terrible Wi-Fi. Likely among the worst Wi-Fi we have ever had, and, in today's times, inexcusable. Easy off/on I-10, well located to visit Baton Rouge. Would certainly come again when in the area.

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As noted, this was a mobile home park. Now many of the sites are available to RVs. The sites are very large. Paved roads, paved parking spots, many with concrete patios. The cleanest, best kept mobile home park I've ever seen. There were no bathhouse facilities, nor pool/playground, but that was OK with us for our stay. If visiting the Raleigh area, this is a very easy place to stay. It's on the south side of town, but you can be anywhere in the area in 30 minutes or less. Easy off and on I-40. No Wi-Fi or cable, but over the air TV was very good. We'd surely stay again if in the area.

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Very hard to rate this place. If you stay here for a Nascar event, it is great. Right across the street from Charlotte Motor Speedway. A lot of permanents trailers, many seasonal sites, transient overnighters have mostly gravel and grass sites. A few paved ones as well. For visiting the area, I'd pass. For Nascar, excellent.

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Easy off/on I75. Spacious sites, lots of trees, paved sites and roads. Very helpful staff. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Quiet and peaceful. When in the area, would definitely come back.

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A very nice campground. Large sites, lots of trees, well laid out. Good Wi-Fi, no cable, but decent over air reception with careful positioning of antenna. Great staff, helpful in every way. The caverns were fantastic. Good location for visiting the area. Anecdotally, the best choice in the area.