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We stayed here over the 3 day Labor Weekend and the rate was $240 for the 3 days and the park was very busy. There were many activities for both children and adults including live entertainment in the pavilion. This park is only a couple of years old with easy access and large pads. There is limited shade due to young trees. There is a large section of seasonal sites. We would stay again on a non holiday period with a more affordable rate.

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This is a large campground with an open area (few trees) with long pull thrus with easy access for short term stays. There is a smaller treed area with is mostly seasonal. We were meeting up with friends to visit Bar Harbor and Acadia and was late with the reservation and was lucky(?) to get a spot in the seasonal section. The roads were narrow with sharp turns and lots of vehicles parked on the road. Our site had a rickety wooden deck. The families on our road had late night parties with kids and dogs running wild. The exit from our pullthru(?) site had a narrow 120 degree turn. Our left tires on the fifth wheel fell in a hole and we broke our leveling jack on the exit. We would be willing to pay a few dollars more and get a campground closer to Bar Harbor if we are ever in the area again. Our friends stayed in the open area and were very satisfied with the experience.

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Beautiful peaceful campground next to a golf course. Nice large grassy backin sites. Great value with passport america (2 nite stay midweek). All utilities worked fine.

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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 a lovely large RV park situated behind a strip mall with movie theater, brew pub and a motel. Sites are large and spacious and lots of green grass. Utilities all worked great. Easy access. Absolutely nothing negative. Very busy - reservations recommended during the summer peak season - especially weekends. Rate is average of PA for one night and GS for the second night.

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There are few camping choices in this area. We had made a reservation and when we arrived in the mid afternoon there was a note on the office door that the owner was away and that we were in space 2. This site was directly across from the office and backin access was very tight with trees. We noticed tire tracks from the other side and which looked like a pullthru access. We drove around the block and accessed site 2 from the backside. Just as we got into our space, the owner stuck her head out of the window and yelled that we could not do that! Since we had already "done that" there was not much else to do but hook up. There had been a lot of rain and the grass access was soft and we were lucky to not get stuck but a warning would have nice and yelling at us after the fact was unprofessional. This park is heavily treed with narrow roads and a steep access from the highway. We had to get the wi-fi code from another camper and it only worked for a few hours. The park is run down and as stated the owners were grumpy and not friendly. The entire town of International Falls appears to be depressed and rundown.

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This is all about location, location, location situated in downtown Duluth, on the water and walking distance to the primo shopping and eating district. The park is in a kind of a low end run down marina that converts it's boat storage lot into an RV parking lot in the summer. The surface is paved with permanent 50 amp power polls and a temporary water pipe that is hung off the chain link fence (water pressure is very high - USE A REGULATOR). Half the sites have a sewer connection. The sites are very narrow and the road is narrow if there are cars parked for the marina. The road dead ends with no turnaround - you have to back out. There is a portable restroom and bathhouse - we did not use. There are a couple of grassy areas for pets. Checkin is across the street in the boat repair shop. I almost forgot - there is a picnic table with each site that just gets in the way since the sites are so tight.

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This is a beautiful Corp of Engineers (COE) campground right on the Mississippi River just below the Pokegama Dam one mile north of Grand Rapids, MN. All sites are backin with water/50amp electric (there is a dump station at the end of the road). Lovely grass between gravel sites with large trees. The ranger at the office was very helpful and knowledgeable about the operation of the dam. The only drawback of the park is the railroad is only 1o feet from the park with the horn blaring. This was a very rude awakening the first night. The rate quoted was with the Nat'l Park Senior Pass. Except for the train this was our favorite park during our 4 month cross country trek.

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Typical KOA?- easy access, online reservations, escort to site, well maintained facilities, mostly level pull thru sites, utilities all worked fine, wi-fi adequate, dog run. In addition this KOA had a gated security entrance, nice large site with plenty of spacing between sites and hot food delivered to your rig. Our site had large trees that were well trimmed and did not create any problems. Yes this might be a typical KOA but what more could you want for a one or two night stay?

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This is basically a field next to a Day's Inn Motel. Check in is at the motel desk. We had a long pull-thru site - all utilities worked fine. There are very few choices in this part of North Dakota and it works for an overnight stay. The site was level and we did not disconnect the fifth wheel from the truck. We thought that the price was high but there were very few choices in the area. We have added North Dakota to our map and probably will not be back. We would probably travel across Canada next trip.

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This appears to be a family owned and run campground in the middle of a tourist town owned by the Medora Musical. The employees work long hours during the active tourist season. They provide the BEST escort to the site that we have ever had. This gentleman stood beside by drivers door and told me exactly how to back my 35' fifth wheel into our fairly tight site (I could have done this on my own but it would have taken a number of adjustments but with his guidance I made it perfectly on the first attempt). Thank you very much. The store is quaint and the campground is well cared for. We have nothing bad to say about the experience. The facility for the Musical is gorgeous. The best part of the performance was the sunset and viewing elk on the mountain ridge.

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Nice park - convenient to freeway and the Yellowstone north entrance. Interior gravel roads and site pads with nice grass between sites. Access to park is via a narrow road and a sharp turn but no problem if you take it easy and take the turn wide. This part of Montana is in a drought - the nice grass areas are expensive and difficult to maintain. Therefore, there are rules to protect the grass but we did not find encounter any "grass or rules police". This was a very nice overnight stay. The price seemed a little high but it was July and very busy.