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This is a campground located behind a biker bar. Each campsite is quite long with full hookups and picnic table and fire ring. Access is easy with paved roads and gravel pads. There is a small number of park models and seasonal spaces. We understand that this campground is full on the weekends with party people but during the week it is a beautiful, quiet, affordable, super clean campground near Kennebunk, ME. Do not be intimidated because the campground is owned by the bar - it is a great campground (The bar is also quite interesting and the food was OK). We will be back.

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Large spacious campsites with fire ring and picnic table. Lots of trees. Pads and roads are dirt. No sewer connections. This is a seasonal park with lots of seasonal campers. The rate is good for the area. The access road from the highway is paved but rough (watch out for the frost heaves). Interior roads are narrow, steep and rough. We had a "pull-thru" which had a turn which was too tight for our 35ft fifth wheel. Ended up backing in. Extra person was $10 per night and a one hour visitor was also $10. Beware! This campground charges $40 for the dump station if you are not registered.

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This is a very nice KOA located next to a river. Gravel roads and pad with lots of grass. Escort to site and help backing into site. Everything you would expect at a good KOA. Nice shade. Path to the river. On Saturday Night they were sold out and alot of tenters which produced slow and intermittent wi-fi and lots of campfires. Between the road noise and the campfire smoke we had to sleep with the windows closed and AC on a beautiful night in New Hampshire.

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Dirt/sand roads and pads with patching grass between sites. Each site has a fire ring and small picnic table with a pot of blooming flowers on each table. The pull thru sites might be the longest we have ever seen. The office has a small store and restaurant. We stayed 3 nights (Sun, Mon and Tues) and were the only ones in the full hookup area besides the workampers. Utilities all worked fine - WiFi very good - cable OK. The park had kind of a run-down feel to it. Maybe the weekends are busy and the park would be fun. The major negative was the road noise.The big truck noise picks up after dark and runs till morning. Exceptional value with Passport America (4 day limit and no weekend). We would stay again for an overnight stay passing through the area.

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This is an older but clean park close to everything you need in the area. We stayed in the heavily treed area in a pull thru with 30 amp service (this is the UP - you should not need 2 AC's running). There is newer section of the park which has FHUs but no trees. The passport america rate for 4 days was a great value. Our site was water/electric only but the dump station was convenient on the way out. Wi-fi was adequate. Would definitely stay here again.

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We really loved this park. It is right on the St. Lawrence seaway. We had a pull-through site. The rate was Passport America and cash payment. This park has a large number of seasonal sites but very well maintained. The land is owned by some kind of Canadian Parks commission and all seasonal sites must be vacated in the window - the RV and all patios, sheds must be removed. This keeps the seasonal RV sites very clean and uncluttered. We would have stayed here longer but the park was full for the Canadian Civic 3 day weekend.

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Price quoted is in Canadian Dollars. Nice park on the Sturgeon River with seasonal sites next to canal. Large open area behind the seasonal sites for short term stays. Each site is quite large with easy internal road access (road from highway to park is a little rough but no problem if you take it slow). The park was not busy the night we stayed and the "free" wi-fi was quite good (no need for the $2.50 "fast" wi-fi). This is a very quiet park. We would not pay extra for a pull-thru next time as the back-ins were large with easy access.

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Very nice campground right on Highway 17. Nice friendly easy checkin. Security gates at entrance. Gravel roads and grass/gravel pads with lots of grass between pads. Easy access with large, long, spacious pull thrus. There are two sections to the park - the back section is seasonal and the front section is short term. The sections are separated by the pool and large playground. The wi-fi was fast but a little difficult to sign in at startup and did cut out a couple of times. NEGATIVES: Lots of highway noise that did lighten up after dark. We had to sleep with windows closed and a small fan on for white noise. The water pressure was quite low. This was a great overnight stay and we would definitely stay again.

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Very nice overnight stay. Gravel roads and pads. Hugh cottonwood trees for shade. Nice pool. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Other reviews say this park is tired - it is just an older KOA park that is being upgraded. We were in the premium pullthru site - new utility pole with good 50amp service. This site is long enough for large rigs and quite spacious - it appears that every other site in this area has been eliminated. This sites cost more but are worth it if you want the space. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring. The park is not fenced and in an older part of town but we never had a worry about security. The large trees have been trimmed up so they do not create a problem. Maybe if the old KOA a-frame office was upgraded the whole park would be feel newer. We would stay here again.

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This is a very excellent campground - heavily treed with tall pines - dirt roads and pads - picnic tables - nice staff - escort to site - and dancing. Nice layout with sites fit between trees - not just row after row of pads - makes for large pads and nice spacing. Mostly backin but a few pullthrus. Maybe half the sites have sewer but they do provide a $10 pumpout on demand. Love the primitive forest feel. Some 50 amp sites. The wifi was a little slow on the fourth of July when the park was full.

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Very nice state park on the Jordanelle Lake. Roads and sites have been recently repaved. Pads are large and widely spaced. There are no trees. Each space has a large fire ring (most with wood) and picnic table. Park City, UT is directly across the highway from the park (as a matter of fact, the condos and timeshares of Park City are encroaching on the state park). Most spaces are water/electric only but there are a few full hookups which are reserved for workcampers. The volunteer/workcampers are super nice and friendly and proud of their park. CONS: the wifi never worked. The pads were extremely unlevel front to back. The site assigned to us was too steep to disconnect our 34' fifth wheel. The lady in the office was very helpful and gave us a list of available spaces to choose from (one out of the four was mostly level). This park is very busy on the weekends - reservations required - no way choose a level site on the online reservation system. We would not stay on a busy weekend without help with site selection.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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We were hoping to stay at Lake Powell but all campgrounds were full so we drove another 100mi to Kanab and this campground was a welcome sight. Gravel roads and gravel pads with tall shade trees. The wifi is super fast and reliable. The restrooms and showers were spotless . The only small downside was the pool closed at 7:30 and the sun did not go down until 9:00. The managers/owners were friendly and helpful. Wish we could have stayed for a few more days. We will be back.

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This is one of many "snow-bird" parks in Apache Junction. The park is small with paved streets and nice size level sites. This is a long term park with mostly park models. Our friends are staying here for 3 months and we visited for 4 days. The residents were friendly - the man in the office was brisk and short but accommodating. There is a charge for the wi-fi but the Verizon LTE was very strong and OTA TV was good. This park is very clean and the park models are well kept and not at all junky. This is not an overnight park but would be good for a longer stay. The rate quoted is the Passport America rate which has no restrictions.

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To start with boondocking is not our choice in camping. We were with a group of 5 other rigs and got a very secluded spot about 3 miles off the highway over a rough dirt path. There were plenty of available camping sites for multiple rigs closer to the road but you would have to eat the dust from those of us that camped further away. BLM charges $40 for 1 to 14 days. We stayed 3 (which was more than enough). They only accept check or exact change in cash (my $100 bill was not acceptable). A credit card machine would make the whole check-in process much faster and more secure. The people working the desk were not friendly or helpful. A generator is a necessity. Between the dust and our campfire smoke a shower is necessary every day which leads to packing up your rig and go waiting in a long line to dump and fill up with water every few days. We can now cross "going to the Quartzsite RV Show" off our bucket list. We will not be back.

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Arizona has really upgraded the state parks in the last few years. This park is a great example. Small park with only 37 sites (8 for tents or small rigs, 10 large back-ins and 19 large pull-thrus). Large grassy dog park. Paved roads. Level sites. Grills and picnic table at each site. Secluded. Surrounded on 3 sides by tall rugged rock walls, north side open access to the river including a boat ramp. Easy access to dump station on the way out. The only nice addition would be wifi - Verizon cell service is limited with no data access. The rate is $28 per nite and a $5 reservation fee. Reservations are highly suggested.