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Pleasantly surprised after reading other reviews. New owners are working hard to make this a nice campground. The trees have been trimmed and I had no problem maneuvering a 45' coach, although the roads are a bit narrow and I did have to go on the grass a couple of times. Most of the interior roads have new gravel as do some of the sites. WiFi was not working when we arrived, but was back up with a good connection and fair speed the next morning. Most sites are 30 amp only and without a sewer connection. There is a fair bit of highway noise but with a fan running inside we couldn't hear it. Very easy on and off from 401 but the road for the camp is right next to the east bound on ramp and easy to miss. We would definitely stay again and look forward to seeing anticipated improvements.

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This is a very rustic campground and typical for northern Ontario. Roads are dirt and sites are grass. Very rough road heading to our site. We had, I think the best site in the park. Not level but satisfactory. Nice view of the bush.

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Nice KOA park. Great for big rigs. WiFi is very slow. We reserved a 50 amp full service sight and they put us on a 30 amp site. Even thou it was wired with a 50 amp plug and breaker, it didn't work. When we called the office they said "oh, that's a 30 amp site". For one night we put up with it.

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This is an old park set up for old RVs. They can accommodate a 45' RV but it's not comfortable. Low hanging trees, narrow roads and sites. All of the RV sites are lower than the patio areas for some reason. Site 43 was just made a 50 amp site but we couldn't hardly access our basement storage due to how high the surrounding patio is. The sites are very close together with fire rings in bad locations. You may enjoy your neighbour's camp fire, loud music, family dynamics? We've never seen a park with a worse layout. Our pull through site was actually two sites back to back and all of the pull through sites are like this. The site next to ours did have two RVs, each facing opposite directions so that the one at the rear of ours had their patio on the mound, right beside our patio. The water connection is set up to service four adjacent camp sites. We needed a 50' hose. Also this campground is right on the very busy 401 hwy. Steady hum from the traffic. First and last time here for us. KOA Toronto north is a much better choice.

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As others have said, it is very close to the interstate and very noisy. Also four trains had gone by in the first two hours. Bring ear plugs. The overnight sites in "A" section are very close with hardly enough room to put out the slides let alone having a place to sit outside. I would say it's a half step up from sleeping at the Flying J or Walmart. Internet works but slow and cable TV is ok. I won't stay here again.

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Very accommodating staff. They figured out a way to park us with our 40' RV and 24' trailer even though the longer pull throughs were not available. Good place to hang your hat for a night or two if passing through.

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Friendly office staff. Site are very narrow and close to your neighbor. We moved the picnic table so we could use the cement patio for our lawn chairs. There was no other spot level enough at our site for a lawn chair. I wouldn't stay for more than a few days in order to see Fredericksburg. WiFi was slow.

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This park is close to Savannah and close for visiting the old downtown area. Our site was level with easy in and out. It was very close to the road which is heavily traveled and noisy. The sewer connection was terrible. At least a foot off the ground. The office is not staffed but there is a phone number to call. There was heavy rain while we were there and some of the sites were under water.

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Above average KOA. Our site was one of the premium ones with a BBQ and patio that we did not use but it was all they had left. Thus my low value rating. The parking surface is white sand or fine gravel that sticks to your feet so like Mom use to say "take your shoes off" when you go inside. It's about 10 miles or so from down town but not a bad drive.

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Typical KOA, we use them when we have to. It was difficult to find their drive way coming from the west after dark. We drove to the sign but by then you have gone past the drive way and have to drive to the next town to find a place to turn around. If you are coming from the east just drive past the sign and turn in but be careful as it's almost a 180 degree right turn and down a ramp. Our site was very wet and muddy but no problem getting in or out.

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Clean and quiet. Long, level pull through. Easy in and out. Lots of Snow birds here this time of year but we had no problem getting in for a couple of nights on our way through.

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This is a real RV resort. Lots to do for the kids and young adults but I can see that it might be a little rowdy during busy times due to the type of activities offered. Site was paved, level and just long enough for our 40' MH and 20' trailer. The water connection was very low to the ground and close to the post which made it hard to tighten for an old guy like me who can't bend over like he use too. We would have stayed here longer as it was the off season and very quiet but the WiFi was nonexistent and the office staff said the site we were on had very good WiFi. We did have a very good wireless connection but no internet access the whole time we were there. I called to complain but nothing changed.

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Well, it is a beautiful campground, no question about it, but I don't think it's worth $65/night. $10 extra to park next to a pond. Very quiet, clean and friendly. We enjoyed a free strawberry social and a Friday afternoon happy hour while we were here. There was also a $5.00 Saturday morning breakfast.

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A very nice campground. We were in the first pull through row on a corner and the traffic was very heavy. If I was to go back I would request a site in the second row, center. They only offer pull through sites in the first two rows. There are a lot of seasonal campers but it's one of the nicest parks I've been to with this many seasonal campers. Lots of traffic in and out especially on the weekend when all the dune buggies are there. It was better after dark. Our rate was based on a weekly rate.

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Our second stay at this park and love it. Clean, comfortable and affordable. It's a little off the beaten path (I-30) but not too bad.